Reproduction of Original Vintage Poster for the North Shore Rail Line. This poster, designed by Arthur Johnson in 1925, depicts Giacomo Puccini's iconic opera "Madame Butterfly" and was created to promote the Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad.
Often called the North Shore Line by encouraging travel to Ravinia - a beautiful outdoor concert venue located in Highland Park, Illinois. This rail line was one of the last interurban railways operating between Chicago, Illinois and Milwaukee, Wisconsin until it went out of service in 1963.
A limited quantity of these posters were recently discovered in our warehouse. SPECIAL SALE -- WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Poster size: 23 1/2 x 36 inches.
This item is also available as a 5 x 7 notecard set, a 10" x 12" framed small format poster, and a 2 5/8" x 3 5/8" magnet.