You don’t have to tell a Texan what’s great about Texas.
But one thing I think is just great is the story of their first flag. Lorenzo de Zavala proposed this flag in 1836 at Washington-on-the-Brazos – the convention that drafted the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico. But then some delegates wanted to muddy it up with a rainbow and some more stars and whatever else. It never came to be. But Mamie Cox, a hundred years later, found the papers, drew up a design, and called it a day. And I think it looks just fine without the rainbow.
. 2nd edition
. Hand pressed in Somerville, MA, on May 23, 2012
. 13" x 20"
. 110lb Lettra letterpress paper
. Numbered run of 150
. Professional framing available
. Proudly Printed on 100% Cotton
. As is the nature of any handmade item, there are slight variations in inking & each one is perfect in its own way.