Cow HollowThe Greater Hood
Cow Hollow was once inhabited by farmers and fisherman, as the waterline was much further inland than is it today. During the gold rush, this area became its own "gold mine" to raise cattle, with its grasslands and large freshwater pond. First there were dairy farms, which eventually made way for slaughterhouses as food demands increased. Today, Cow Hollow is a bustling, affluent neighborhood full of boutiques and cupcakeries, but its name keeps its history alive.
Larger sizes printed on enhanced matte paper. Notecards printed on 16pt uncoated cover stock - white A6 envelope included. Available in 6 sizes.
Made with genuine artist canvas, warp-resistant constriction, mounted on high-density wood fiberboard, and ready to hang with a sealed finished backing. Available in 6 sizes.
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