This is a vintage image from an antique postcard of Harvey's Famous Restaurant (established 1858) in Washington, D.C. circa 1935. The restaurant no longer exists, but was at 1107 Connecticut Ave, NW, when this postcard was printed.
From the history of Harvey's on one of their menus:
Before the Capitol was completed...before the Washington Monument was even under way, Harvey's was known as THE place to eat in Washington. The genial, corpulent George Harvey opened his "Oyster Saloon and Restaurant" (Ladies invited) in premises that had been a blacksmith shop. He was truly a culinary genius and a host whose hospitality was unforgettable.
An image of the history of Harvey's, scanned from a vintage menu, can be found in the images section of this listing. It lists more of Harvey's history and some of the famous people who ate there.
This canvas will always look as tight and flat as the day it was made. It's frame was built with a solid face to support the canvas and prevent deforming. Pre-installed hanging hardware is built into the frame, along with protective felt bumpers. The hanging hardware is placed at the top of the frame.
.: Item is a framed premium gallery wrap canvas
.: Canvas is an ultra smooth, 400gsm 100% cotton fabric
.: Surface finish is matte
.: Frame is made from recycled plastic
.: Frame color is walnut
.: Dimensions are 18" wide x 12" high x 1.25" deep
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