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Great poster. Indeed, a print would not be inappropriate in my office, given the effort I am regularly exhorted to make. The Panama Pacific Exhibition is still remembered in Maybeck's magnificent Palace of Fine Arts, a popular backdrop for tourists in the City. In a museum in a small mining town in Northern California is a photograph of my great-grandfather visiting that exhibition -- and that museum is almost identical to the museum in Arrowtown in your South Island, both towns having coincident gold-mining histories. (Connections are fun.)
Hi Hippolyte,They're not cheap, but Cordair Art in Burlingame, California, do have "limited edition prints" available.http://www.cordair.com/nahl/index.aspx:-)
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