Arcola Bridge, Lake Minnetonka Greeting Card

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Arcola Bridge, Lake Minnetonka Greeting Card by Graphic Designer Rich Sladek.

4.5" x 6.25" folded greeting card, professionally printed on uncoated smooth white 130# thick card stock. Blank inside for your own personal message. Includes white envelope and individually packaged in a clear plastic sleeve.

The Arcola Bridge over the entrance to Crystal Bay from Browns Bay was built in 1881. It provided supplies and patrons to James J. Hill’s Hotel Lafayette, completed in 1882. The bridge is about 550 feet long and welcomes bicycles and pedestrians every day. Next to it is the steal-beam Arcola Bridge for Hennepin County Road 15 built in 1962. They are the longest bridges on Lake Minnetonka.

Inspired by vintage-style travel/national park posters of the 1930’s, Rich is working on a collection of original graphic poster art illustration showcasing current and historical Lake Minnetonka and beyond.