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Illustrated and published by prolific cartographer and artist T.M. Fowler, this stunning birds eye perspective of Scranton shows the town in a period of significant growth and transformation. Fowler’s work primarily focused on Pennsylvania, and he is considered the most prolific mapmaker of the region. His birds eye perspectives were wildly popular from the middle of the nineteenth century until the 1920s. These unique illustrations were displayed in a show of civic pride and were also used as marketing material to attract industrialists and workers alike. Their distinctive style immediately transports the viewer back in time and creates an indelible link between past and present.

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