A colorful bird’s eye view map of Michigan State University’s campus featuring highlights of the Women’s Dormitories, the Kellogg Center, Beaumont Tower, the Auditorium, the Library, the Men’s Dormitories, and the Spartan Statue. A quote from the 1862 Morrill Act is around the border and text on the inside reads “A Pictorial Rendu of Michigan State Pioneer Land Grant University founded 1855 at East Lansing”
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A Pictorial Rendu of Michigan State, 1955 Print

Regular price $35.00

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. Printed on archival velvet paper in Lansing, Michigan.

*Original image dimensions may alter final print size*

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