A Pictorial Rendu of Michigan State, 1955 Puzzle
This beautiful and artistic illustration of Michigan State University in 1955 was created by landscape architect and Michigan State alumnus, Carl D. Johnson. His professional work and architectural projects are nationally recognized, and he is considered to be one of the leading pioneers in advancing the landscape architecture field. He is, perhaps, more notably known for his namesake, Carl, the White Pine Tree that occupies the rotunda at the Michigan History Center.
Features a historical image from the collections at the Archives of Michigan. This 500-piece jigsaw puzzle is printed, pressed, and assembled in Lansing, Michigan. Approximate dimensions are 17" x 24"
*Disclaimer: This puzzle is hand-pressed by a Michiganology team member. Therefore, each puzzle comes out differently and will not fully match the image on the puzzle's box.*