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Mackinac Bridge
Mackinac Bridge Color Note Card - #58cgc
This color note card by Maggie LaNoue
is 5 " x 7 " and vibrant color.

Price $4.50 plus shipping & handling

Color Note cards by Maggie LaNoue comes with a legend of the subject of the art on the back of the card. The cards are printed on acid-free Strathmore pastelle cover stock for archive quality.

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The legend of Mackinac Bridge is as follows:

The Legend of The Mackinac Bridge
Michigan lost its bid to acquire a seven mile strip of land that included Toledo when in 1837 President Andrew Jackson signed a bill to give the disputed land to Ohio, and instead give Michigan the land lying north of the Straits of Mackinac. Despite great financial and physical problems, the Mackinac Bridge opened November, 1957.

As aptly stated by the Detroit News in this link: “The Mackinac Bridge is more than a gigantic physical structure, more than a mighty engineering feat, more than a link in the nation’s new system of modern highways. The Mackinac Bridge is the manifestation, in steel and concrete, of the spirit of Michigan -- a spirit adventurous, unafraid, respectful of the past but eager to meet the future, the spirit of a people for whom no task is too difficult, no job too big.”

(Text used here pending permission.)


See also the hand signed
Giclée print of the Mackinac Bridge.



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