Ford Buildings – Berry College Metal Print
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Ford Buildings – Berry College Metal Print by Mark Tisdale.
This Berry College metal print features the Ford Buildings. This landmark on the campus at Berry College in Floyd County, Georgia, was built with money donated by Henry and Clara Ford of Ford Motor Company fame. They were constructed in Collegiate Gothic style to be the Princeton of the south by Boston architect Harry Carlson. The first part of the complex completed was Clara Hall named for Mrs. Ford. In Henry Ford’s lifetime the buildings were known as Martha Berry School for Girls but since his death they have been referred to as the Ford Buildings.
History aside, this Berry College metal print features what is simply a beautiful scene. This part of the Berry Campus is a lovely combination of great architecture and landscaping. I mean, look at that reflecting pool – classic!
I would love to hear what attracts you most to this Berry College artwork featuring the Ford Buildings. Did you attend Berry College? Or perhaps you are looking for a gift for someone who did? Does this scene capture the striking beauty of Berry’s campus for you?
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