The Treaty of Greene Ville was signed in 1795 between the American government and thirteen Native American tribes. Ohio born illustrator and artist, Howard Chandler Christy, was commissioned to paint representation of the signing for the 1945 observance of the 150th anniversary of the signing. The working model that he used to depict the scene hangs in the museum galleries. This model was used to paint the large-scale version that hangs in the statehouse in Columbus. Both the magnet and the treaty bookmark use the painting as the primary image. The second bookmark features the 1/64” to 1ft model of the fort on display that was created by miniaturist, Andrew Janicki. All three are made in the USA.