Creek Street in Ketchikan, Alaska by Hamilton Gelhar. Creek St is famous for being the place where men and salmon went upstream to spawn. Creek St was the red light district and prostitution was legal up until 1960. Now Creek St is visited for different reason. Tourists from all over the world flock to the boardwalk during the summer to see salmon spawning in the creek and seals chasing down their dinner.
Photo card is printed on glossy Red River Paper. Blank inside and envelope included. Wrapped in a clear plastic sleeve.
Photos are printed on archival Epson Professional Luster paper and signed by the artist.
All matted photos come with White top mat and a Black core inner mat
*5x7 matted photo has an outer measurement of 8x10 with mat
*8x10 matted photo has an outer measurement of 11x14 with mat