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C.W. Pettit

    In 1900, Norfolk and Southern Railroad expanded considerably by acquiring the Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Southern Railroads. The acquisition included six steamboats known as "stern wheelers." The C.W. Pettit, a passenger vessel built in 1895, was condemned and dismantled March 1904. In 1900 it was moored at Wallaceton, near Glencoe and Beechwood, two of the area's most impressive antebellum plantations.

Limited-edition run of 750 24" x 30" lithographic prints
signed and numbered by the artist
Price: $100, including shipping and handling

Remarqued print featuring art drawn or painted by the artist
Price: $200, including shipping and handling

Printed on 100 percent acid-free archival paper

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