8.00" x 7.00"
10.00" x 9.00"
City - Kingston, NY - The Kirkland Hotel Poster
by Mike Savad
City - Kingston, NY - The Kirkland Hotel by Mike Savad - 8" x 7"
Luster Photo Paper
Rolled in a Tube
City - Kingston, NY - The Kirkland Hotel poster by Mike Savad. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
This was the Kirkland hotel, it was built in 1899, when Margaret Conklin purchased the land that was once owned by a lumberyard. The design was... more
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This was the Kirkland hotel, it was built in 1899, when Margaret Conklin purchased the land that was once owned by a lumberyard. The design was relatively new at the time, compared to its counterparts that had a more conservative restrained approach when it came to hotel building. It was built in a Tudor-style, built as a trapezoid and has four floors. It's located on the corner of Main St and Clinton Ave in Kingston, NY, just outside the Stockade district. She later sold the hotel in 1917. Who then sold it to another person in 1922, then again in 1948, and yet again in 1950. At this time the basement was converted into a restaurant called the Dutch Rathskeller restaurant. By 1968 the hotel itself closed, then by 1972 the restaurant closed too. Then in 1976 another restaurant opened and they called that the Cleaver Steakhouse, which was located in the same basement, then it failed later that year. In the mid 1980's the attempted to make this an historical landmark, which it eventually...
About Mike Savad
My name is Mike Savad, I create one of a kind images. Photo realistic, is what people think of first. I specialize in job themes, such as Pharmacist, Doctor, Firemen, Lawyer, etc. Steampunk is another favorite. I'm certain you will find something that you will like. My art is inspired by Norman Rockwell and Paintings from the time of the Renaissance. Be sure to visit my Scene in Color section. I expertly restore and colorize black and white images. See the past come alive with color. Each image is painstakingly cleaned and repaired, colors are researched and shaded in. Images are designed to coordinate with the rest of my collection. The past was far more colorful than you would have imagined. Want something fun to do? Sometimes I hide...
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