Item 2021_006 - Bird's Eye View of Lennoxville, P.Q. 1881

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Bird's Eye View of Lennoxville, P.Q. 1881

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    • 1881 (Creation)
    • 1881 (Creation)
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      Wellge, Henry (1850-1917)

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    1 print : ink on paper ; 37.9 x 67.5 cm

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    (1850-1917)

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    Henry Wellge was a German born lithographer who immigrated to United States in 1871. His name first appeared in Milwaukee in 1878, and from 1879 to 1884, he worked for Joseph J. Stoner, lithographer and publisher. From 1884 to 1886, Wellge was in a partnership with George E. Norris, and that firm eventually became Norris, Wellge and Company. He was known for his "Bird's Eye View" maps of Québec and many cities in America. In 1886, he formed his own company, Henry Wellge and Company. He died in 1917.

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