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Vintage Norfolk, VA (1902) Postcard: Monticello Hotel

Vintage Norfolk, VA (1902) Postcard: Monticello Hotel

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NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Built in 1898 at Monticello Street and City Hall Avenue, the Monticello Hotel was destroyed by fire on New Year’s Day in 1918, a day so cold that water from the fire equipment froze before it could reach the fire. Rebuilt in 1919 with two additional stories, that structure was demolished in 1976. The Norfolk Federal Building occupies the site today. Photograph by William Henry Jackson, circa 1902.

  • Dimensions: 4¼ × 5.6 inches (qualified USPS postcard size)
  • High quality, black & white
  • Quantity discounts apply

Design Details

Design dimensions: 5.6 in. × 4.25 in. (14.22 cm × 10.8 cm.)

In this category: Vintage Norfolk

About the Designer

J. Thomson

Studio Ten Design is the creation of artist/designer Jay Thomson. 

Now based in Norfolk, Virginia, Jay spent more than 20 years in Philadelphia, PA. He has designed surface patterns for the Spoonflower and Zazzle online marketplaces for over ten years. His interest in surface design grew from a desire to learn how to make his own clothing, since nothing in the stores available at the time suited his style. For over twenty years, he's been making his own shirts and other apparel items. 

Now his designs are available printed on a wide variety of fabrics for home and apparel, wallpaper, home goods and gift ware.

Designed by Studio Ten Design. Printed, cut and sewn in the USA by Zazzle.

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