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Berkeley University Lithograph Print – PANORAMIC GRAPHICS PRINTS Originally, Berkeley boasted small teaching faculty and handful of students, but it quickly expanded and soon become a prime destination for top students from California, United States, and the world. By 1873, California’s undergraduate enrollment consisted of more women than men, which made it unusual at the time.
“Black Rhodium Hamsa Hand Beaded Men's Bracelet $150.00 This ancient symbol of protection is all style accented in 18k vermeil gold and framed with hand strung black rhodium beads and an adjustable braided closure. ”
Marblehead Old town House and Market Lithograph Print Art By Rich Ahern Built in 1727, Marblehead’s Old Town House provided a space for many of Massachusetts’s earliest revolutionaries, such as Elbridge Gerry and John Glover, to debate the virtues of American independence from Great Britain.
Medium Color Marblehead Lithograph Print – PANORAMIC GRAPHICS PRINTS Located north of Boston, Marblehead began as a small fishing village. The fishermen from Marblehead played a major role in the American Revolution, and they formed the earliest units of the U.S. Navy.
Monticello University of Virginia Lithograph Print – PANORAMIC GRAPHICS PRINTS Jefferson drew inspiration for the design of his home from his travels in Europe, specifically modern trends in Paris. Among its many recognizable features, Monticello’s octagonal dome definitely impresses all of the site’s visitors, but Jefferson rarely used the room because the high ceilings made it hot in the summer and cold during the winter.
Monticello Lithograph Print Art By Rich Ahern On the top of a small mountain in the Virginia piedmont, Thomas Jefferson lived with his family in this home on his 5,000 acre plantation, which he designed and constructed. He named the home Monticello to mean “Little Mountain.” For his entire life, Jefferson worked on Monticello to make it a perfect home, but he never finished the work due to his many pursuits. He spent most of his time away from the home because of his service abroad in…