A bird’s eye view of Denver, Colorado, made early in the 20th century. It showcases the city from the perspective of looking south from 23rd street viaduct and has multiple inclusions of notable places, such as the Stockyards, the University, and the Auditorium, which could sit 12 000 people at the time. The map also includes a directory of hundreds of points of interest. In the true fashion of bird’s eye perspective maps, this one incorporates street names as well. It’s printed on archival paper, and guaranteed from fading for a lifetime thanks to the giclee printing technique.