Current Location:
Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons -> 2nd Floor (LIB)
Location Notes:
LIB; 2nd fl., across from Multi-purpose rm. 203 and 202

Visit the Dune Beaches by South Shore Line

Artwork
Identifier:
2007.038.1
Artist:
Otto Brennemann
Credit:
GVSU Collection
Medium:
Poster
Date:
2004
Description:
Woman standing and looking over a beach with her right hand in the air. There are people on the beach with umbrellas. Text bellow image.
Historical Context:
Often referred to as "Diana of the Dunes," this beauty's wave hails the beach-combers of 1926. This reproduction is based on the original poster from the campaign of the South Shore Line Interurban in the Calumet region. This posters today are used as part of a story book by Ronald D. Cohen and Stephen G. McShane, an illustrated story of the Chicago South Shore and South Bend Railroad.

Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus Term:
posters