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Streetcar Terminal Tapestry featuring the photograph City - Oklahoma Ok - A Magazine For The Ride Home 1939 by Mike Savad

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City - Oklahoma Ok - A Magazine For The Ride Home 1939 Tapestry

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Our lightweight, microfiber wall tapestries are available in three different sizes and feature incredible artwork to complement any wall space. Each tapestry has hemmed edges for secure hanging with nails and/or thumbtacks.

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Great image!

Congratulations! This beautiful photo is now featured in the GROW YOUR AUDIENCE (GYA) group home page. Please feel free to add this to the Featured Images archive discussion and thank you for sharing your wonderful artwork with our group!

Congratulations on your feature in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Beautiful scenery, Mike! L/F

Tapestry Reviews (3)

Average Rating (3 Stars):

December 12th, 2018

The material was sent in a bag and was extremely creased

December 4th, 2018

I am the artist who ordered these items. I was disappointed with the fleece blankets. The image printed crooked on 4 of the 5 blankets and the 'plush fleece' is very different from the plush fleece blankets I ordered previously. No where near as 'plush'. These blankets were unsellable. Also, one of the tapestries showed up with a thread that was pressed right into the fabric which made it unsellable as well. The reason I didn't ship these items back was due to the fact that by the time I received the order, there was insufficient time to return the order in time to meet the '30 day' from the date ordered deadline. This is the first time I've been disappointed with an order featuring my art by way of FAA. Sadly, it makes me hesitant to order again.

November 12th, 2018

Got my tapestry from german customs today. I SO love it! Just wonderful to see art that large.

Artist's Description

Colorized photo from 1939 Original Title: Tobacco and Magazine stand at Streetcar terminal Location: Near park and Harvey Ave, Oklahoma City, OK This is a typical streetcar terminal. Its a bit like a bus terminal, but cleaner and less crowded. Streetcars were popular in the past, people could get from one end of the city to the other pretty easily. In later years (around 1960 or so), they replaced many of them with buses, which do the exact same thing, only they produce more exhaust. They also have the ability to drive on roads that have no tracks. And less tracks makes it easier for other cars. The station we see here sold magazines, tobacco and probably some other items.

About Mike Savad

Scrooge McDuck, a penny pinching miser, that kept to himself most of the time. People around him largely ignored him, unless they wanted something from him. People didn't see him as generous in any way shape or form, he was a business duck and that's it. Then one day he was harassed by former employees, all of which died for unknown reasons. Each one gave him a guilt trip to help others or he may one day become a ghost and have to haunt others similar to himself. Not wanting to have that fate, he gave out his money to everyone. Because in the end he didn't want to be the one guy people spoke badly about, especially in the afterlife. This is a tale of the holidays, a true tale, that if you don't give nice gifts to people, they...

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