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Harrisburg Gypsy Tour Panoramic Print

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Riders pose at Red Bridge Park in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania during the September, 1936 Harrisburg Motorcycle Club Gypsy Tour. The term "gypsy" (since replaced by the word "rally") was used because the riders would travel long distances and often sleep in tents around a campfire along the way. A faithful reproduction copied from the original photo and hand-printed on archival-quality black and white photographic paper. This unique panoramic print is ideal for your home, office or shop. Professionally framed and includes mounting hardware. Measures 46-1/2" wide x 7-1/2" tall.

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