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You can own a set of four fine full-color reproductions of work significant to the history of Georgetown University when you purchase the Georgetown Bicentennial Suite of Prints - and proceeds from your purchase will support the Art Collection's general operating funds. These prints are suitable for framing, and will make a handsome addition to your home or office art library, as well as an appreciated gift to anyone for whom Georgetown is a place of meaningful memories. Included in this Georgetown Bicentennial Suite of Prints are:
Archbishop John Carroll, by Gilbert Stuart, ca. 1805; print size 19" x 16"
Sculling on the Potomac, by J. Love, 1888; print size 16" x 19"
Southeast End View of the G.T. College, by James A. Simpson, 1831; print size 19" x 19"
Georgetown College, by James A. Simpson, ca. 1833; print size 19" x 19"
The suite of four prints is only $20.00, and is enclosed in a handsome gray and blue portfolio. Your order will include shipping and handling charges, and will be sent to you in a protective cardboard package. To order by post, submit your request via the Special Collections Information Request Form. Thank you for ordering the Georgetown Bicentennial Suite of Prints.