||Date estimated. Birds-eye view of Manhattan and greater New York. From askArt: "Josef Ferdinand Klemm (Austrian, 1868-1916) was a noted painter, lithographer, designer and image restorer. He is primarily known for his finely detailed designs of cultural and historical mural study-decorations for schools that included landscapes, cityscapes, medieval cities, the Acropolis (Greece), various architectural renderings, memorial and national monuments, interior scenes, historical and cultural human genre/civil activities, as well as educational/industrial cut-away diagrams/wall-charts, geographical scenes, etc. Josef Klemm was born December 25, 1868 in Vienna, Austria to the Austrian bookseller and publisher Joseph Klemm (Austrian, b. Apr. 4, 1821-d. Feb. 27, 1882) and Johanna (née Fessl) Klemm." This copy came from a school in Helsinki, Finland.