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Catalog Number 1929.004.004
Object Name Collage
Description Collage of two sepia-toned photographic prints of the Belle Isle Cedar Mount, mounted on beige cardboard, used as a reference by the Peninsular Engraving Company. The top image is rectangular, and show's the mount's waterfall as viewed from across a neighboring pond. The lower image is oval-shaped, overlaps the top image, and shows the tunnel through the base of the mount. Park-goers are in and around the pavilion at the peak of the mount in both images. Small "Please" signs are posted around the landscaped lawn of the mount in the lower image. "White line between pictures," is handwritten in the margin near where the photos overlap. A stamp from the Peninsular Engraving Company is on the verso:

Do not Mark Copy by Write Directions on Separate Paper.
This Drawing or copy No. 5428 is submitted for your consideration. We earnestly request that great care be exercised in your criticism and direction for changes, AS THE PLATE TO BE SENT YOU WILL BE MADE FROM THIS DRAWING OR COPY, AND ALL CHANGES ON FINISHED PLATE MUST BE MADE AT YOUR EXPENSE.
Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit, Mich.
Date c. 1905
Print size 9.125" x 13.75"
Collection General History
Search Terms Cedar Mount
Belle Isle
Peninsular Engraving Company