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Hammel Museum
A Giclée Print
Reproduced from a G.E. Grey Line Drawing

Built in 1886, the building now known as the Hammel Museum was constructed to house the Illinois Brewery Company. It is now preserved and managed by the Socorro County Historical Society. Its essence is captured in an original line drawing by G.E. Grey. Reproductions are rendered on acid-free, 100% cotton rag paper for archivability, and signed by the artist.
— G.E. Grey

Open Edition Giclée Print, $30.00
11 x 8.5, unframed, unmatted
long-lasting inks and paper
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