Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: Picnic in Riverside

Inside the atrium on the main floor of the Ho Chunk Centre in downtown Sioux City, Iowa are portraits depicting the history of Sioux City and surrounding area. These portraits were created from digital scan of hard copy photographs at the Sioux City Public Museum Research Center. The scans were then put through a software process to make them look like painted portraits and hung in the atrium of the Ho-Chunk Centre.

Picnic in Riverside:



Previous articles in series:
Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: Brownie Walters Clown Band
Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: Interstate Fair
Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: Construction of Romanesque Revival Style Building
Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: Farmers Threshing Grain
Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: The Winnebago Tribe
Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: Riverside Boating
Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: Western Union Telegraph and Cable Office
Ho Chunk Centre Atrium History Portraits: Store Merchants