Width: 16 Height: 20
A unique deposit of clay was discovered in the Sacramento valley in the last of the 19th century. The Gladding-McBean clay factory was started and became the largest clay factory west of the Mississippi. It is unique in its ability to produce anything from delicate church wall art to huge sewer pipes. The many mechanical product drawings were kept in a dark attic. My Sony digital camera is unique in its ability to accurately capture images like this in very dark spots. The image is 14-inches on the long side and printed on Hahnemuhle gloss paper, which should hold the image without change for over 200 years. It is mounted in a simple 16x20 Artglass black frame with UV99 glass to protect the image from sun or harsh light.
Pickup location: Los Altos Hills
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"Mechanical Drawings, Filed Long Ago" by Tom Green