What did it take to mount and install the thirty-two lengths of wallpaper that make up the complete set of Zuber’s “Les Vues d’Amérique du Nord (Views of North America)”? A lot! Check out this video that shows the work by wallpaper installation specialists and SFO Museum staff in the paper mounting, review, and exhibition installation. The first edition of Views of North America was offered in 1834 and designed by Jean-Julien Deltil (1791–1863). The entire panoramic wallpaper requires 1,690 printing blocks, 223 colors, and thirty-two lengths totaling forty-nine feet. “Zuber: The Art of French Scenic Wallpaper” is online at:http://bit.ly/ZuberScenicWallpaper. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKA0zYj8P_s This video was posted on August 12, 2020.