This is perhaps the most attractive of the many views of Missouri towns. In the foreground Concord coaches and a steam ferry are meeting the train on the Illinois side of the Mississippi. Beyond the log raft in midstream is the town where a few years earlier Mark Twain loitered at the river landing and dreamed of his future as a steamboat pilot.
The museum quality edition of this view is printed on a heavy, cover stock paper and in a larger size to highlight the coloring of this fine lithograph.
Size: 20 x 23 1/4 inches – Color, Cover-stock Paper: $30.00