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Bidgood Hall

College of Commerce and Business Administration

 

Bidgood Hall

The sight of Bidgood Hall, on the campus of the University of Alabama brings to mind many memorable moments to students and graduates of the School of Business.  Though it means a lot of things to a lot of people, this stately old building stands a monument to the many noble professions in the field of business.

 

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints


Reese Phifer Hall

College of Communication and Information Sciences

Reese Phifer Hall

This beautiful old building on University Boulevard at the University of Alabama is home to the College of Communication and Information Sciences.  It remains as a constant reminder to all who graced it's halls of the tremendous advances in the field of communication in the past century.

 

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints

 


President's Mansion

President's Mansion

The University of Alabama President's Mansion was built between 1839 and 1841 as a more suitable residence for the University's new president, Basil Manly.  According to history, Louisa Frances Garland, wife of president Landon C. Garland, valiantly saved the stately residence from destruction when Union troops destroyed the campus on April 4, 1865.  The mansion, which has undergone a number of restorations, assumed its predominately white appearance in 1908.

 

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints


Gorgas Library

Gorgas Library

As the University of Alabama's main library Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library, houses more than a million books and offers a broad range of services to students.  Named for the wife of former University president, General Josiah Gorgas, it provides computerized cataloging, access to other databases, and access to the Internet.  Amelia Gorgas also later became the University's librarian.

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints

 


Farrah Hall

 

Farrah Hall

Farrah Hall, on the campus of the University of Alabama, was named for former Law Dean Albert J. Farrah.  It remained as the School of Law until 1978 when the present Law Center was completed.  It now houses units of the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Continuing Studies.  The Law School has graduated over 8300 students and has been ranked among the Top 50 law schools in the United States.

 

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints


Graves Hall

Graves Hall

Bibb Graves Hall, located on University Boulevard at the University of Alabama, was opened in 1929 as the home of the College of Education and named in honor of former Alabama Governor Bibb Graves.  The building has, since it's origin, housed science labs and classrooms for Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Secondary Education, Special Education, Clinical Experiences, and Counselor Education.

 

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints


Hardaway Hall

 

Hardaway Hall

Hardaway Hall, on the main University of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa, is home to the College of Engineering.  It houses the Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics and the Mechanical Engineering departments classrooms and laboratories.  This old building also houses the Center for Advanced Vehicle Technologies.

 

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints


Gorgas House

Gorgas House

The Gorgas House was built in 1829 and is one of four structures on the campus of the University of Alabama to survive the Civil War.  The house, situated in the center of the campus, is now a museum and is open for public tours.  It was named for General Josiah Gorgas, president of the University in 1878, who became ill and was given the house by the Board of Trustees.  His wife Amelia Gayle Gorgas, became the University's Librarian.

 

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints

 


Denny Chimes

 

Denny Chimes

Located on the Quadrangle on the main campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Denny Chimes was dedicated in 1929 and named in honor of former University President George H. Denny.  At the base of the tower lies the Alabama football captains walk of fame which bears the hand and foot impressions of the Crimson Tide team captains dating back to 1949.  The chimes 

themselves were restored in 1986 and are programmed to ring on the hours.

 

These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints


Campus Images

Campus Images

Three familiar sites on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa are the Capstone itself, the Round House, and the old Observatory building (now Maxwell Hall).  the Capstone was erected on the mall as a memorial to the Cadet Corps composed wholly of students who bravely fought in vain to save their Alma Mater from destruction by Union forces in April of 1865.  The Round House which was built in 1860 as a sentry post and the old Observatory were two of only four structures on the campus to escape complete destruction by invading Union troops.

 


These are outstanding quality artist prints of famous academic buildings and landmarks on the beautiful University of Alabama campus and are great artwork for the home or office.  They also make a great graduation gift. Each print is 13" x 21" on heavy emerald white acid free paper  and is matted as shown. A brass name plate is included and each print is individually inspected and signed in metallic ink by the artist. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed.

$75.00 each single print
$140.00 any pair of prints

 

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