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The University of Georgia President’s Club Garden is located behind Old College on North Campus. Established in 1973 and named in honor of all UGA presidents, it was designed to honor UGA’s major donors. More than 2000 plaques installed on the brick walls in the garden represent the generosity of gifts bestowed to the institution. One of the most beautiful spots on North Campus, it is a popular spot for students, staff and faculty to find a quiet place to relax, study or catch up with friends.
|Subject:||Old College Exteriors|
|Photographer:||Andrew Davis Tucker|
|Credit:||University of Georgia|
|Date:||Feb 18, 2016|
|Category:||campus scene building|
|Description:||The south face of Old College and the sundial in the Presidents Club Garden on a warm winter day on North Campus.|
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