The Great Conemaugh-Valley Disaster

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This illustration portrays 'The great Conemaugh-Valley Disaster -- Flood & Fire at Johnstown, PA' and was published by the Chicago printing firm Kurz & Allison, c. 1892. The illustration portrays the Johnstown Flood disaster that occurred on May 31, 1889 in which more than 2,200 people were killed following the failure of the South Fork Dam. During the late 1900s Kurz & Allison published and marketed commemorative posters of historical scenes.


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Paper: Mould-made 100% cotton, acid-free. Archival ink. Printed sizes vary based on image dimensions. Prints have margins. Learn more
Canvas: Acid-free canvas. Canvas is not mounted. Learn more
Metal Signs: No margins. Size reflects sheet size. Actual final sign size varies depending on image dimensions. Learn more
Frames: Custom made. Acid-free mats, UV-shielding plexiglass, archival back. 3-5 weeks for delivery. Frame sales final. Learn more
T-Shirts: Custom made 100% cotton. Shoulder-to-shoulder taping, double stitched sleeves and hem. T-shirt sales final. Learn more
Size: Inches
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