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Plaque on right masonry fence
Photographer: Joel Seewald
Taken: July 20, 2017
Caption: Plaque on right masonry fence
Additional Description: The beauty of Michigan State University's campus has long been treasured by students, alumni, faculty and friends.
The Campus Beautification project is an effort to plant hundreds of trees south of the Red Cedar River. This endeavor honors the legacy left by professors William J. Beal and Ernest E. Bogue in the late 1800s, when they made the same effort on the north campus, creating the environment that all who know MSU cherish.
These trees will add to the richness and beauty of this campus for future generations of Spartans. The individuals listed on the following plaques have contributed at least $5,000 toward this program.
Submitted: May 15, 2019, by Joel Seewald of Madison Heights, Michigan.
Database Locator Identification Number: p474718
File Size: 7.051 Megabytes

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