|Dimensions||21 × 14 × 5 in|
The University of Florida, founded in1853, is home of the “Gators” and Gatorade. The “Gators” was chosen as the school mascot in 1911 after a local vendor sold school pennants with an alligator printed on them. And an assistant football coach asked a team of researchers at Florida to come up with something to help players in the heat of Florida. So don’t spill your gatorade while doing the “gator chomp.”
The buildings in the University of Florida scene are the University Auditorium, Centory Tower, Tigert Hall and Green Pond and the Colonnade. The University Auditorium houses the Andrew Anderson Memorial Organ which has 99 ranks and nearly 5400 pipes is one of the largest recital instruments in thee U.S. Century Tower was built on the 100th anniversary of the University of Florida as a tribute to alumni who died in WWI and WWII. Tigert Hall, built in the late 1940’s and 1050’s. Is an historic administrative building.
Students have fond memories of their time on campus making this a great gift for recent graduates, supportive past alumni and fans of all ages. Let the memories begin!
Your school’s artwork is created using archival inks and paper and framed in a high quality, black, metal frame. The frame measures 18 inches wide x 9 inches tall.