This is an original woodblock print from Harper’s Weekly from July 30, 1887. “A Deer Hunt on Belle Mead Farm, Near Nashville” is in excellent condition. The original artwork was by T. DeThulstrup. The Belle Mead Estate was owned by William Giles Harding. At the time of this print, the estate consisted of 5400 acres. The site is now a museum on 30 acres.
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