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Kisu-No-Hi’s Lutece Raffle 1902 Poster



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“R.Lutece - Raffle 1902” by Kisu-No-Hi

On July 6th, 1902 Zachary Comstock declared Columbia’s secession from the United States and the city of Columbia disappeared into the clouds. The anniversary of this event became a city-wide holiday celebrating Columbia’s independence. Created by community artist Kisu-No-Hi , this colorful illustration depicts Rosalind and Robert Lutece enjoying their time on this prominent day in history. 10 years prior to the infamous 1912 Columbia Fair and Raffle involving the false shepherd Booker Dewitt.

We’re fortunate to work with Kisu-No-Hi to spotlight this piece of art with you. A share of the purchase price of each poster sold goes directly back to her. Thank you for supporting the community!

Check out more of Kisu-No-Hi’s work at kisu-no-hi.tumblr.com !

Measures 18”x24”. Printed on 100lb. gloss text.
Kisu-No-Hi’s Lutece Raffle 1902 Poster



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