This illustration of the rank of cities by population at each U.S. census 1790-1880̴Ì_looks like a flow chart gone wild. Stylish arrow-feathers mark each city's entrance onto the list, and arrow-heads, each̴Ì_exit. And certain populations, like New York's, remind us where the phrase̴Ì_"off the charts" came from.̴Ì_This is a̴Ì_one-of-a-kind, dynamic,̴Ì_chaotic collection of information.
All prints are on matte, archival, acid-free paper, and all framed prints are framed in satin black wooden frames.
We've done a little bit of cleanup to prepare the image for printing, but this is a faithful reproduction of the source material, and bears any scratches, smudges, or tears that were in the original. How charming!
Attribution: Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division →