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From the back cover: Feel your heart pounding with the big bass drum! The glorious Georgia autumn Saturdays march back to life with this archival collection of twelve football program covers from Bulldog games gone by. Each month presents a 50-yard-line seat to historic games and treasured memories. Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based inks, these faithfully restored images suit dorm and dens alike. When the year is over, the archival-quality pages remove easily so you can proudly display your favorites in a standard 4"x6" frame. The Golden Age: 1920s - 1960s
About the Images
The images featured in this calendar are archival-quality reproductions of the covers of the actual souvenir game programs that were sold at the games many decades ago. In some cases the images have been digitally repaired and restored where creases, tears, marks, or other damage would have otherwise distracted from the appreciation of the artwork as it appeared at that time. Some images have been cropped and/or resized to fit this format.
The period from the 1920s-1960s is considered by many collectors to be the Golden Age of college football program cover art. Talented men and women created sublime, provocative and often whimsical works of art for any given Saturday—using oil on canvas, watercolor, pastels, and pen and ink.
Editor's note: Some of the most memorable images were created by staff artists and syndicated by advertising companies as stock art, which schools then customized by overprinting their specific game information in black. Think you are seeing double? Rest assured, ALL of the images featured in our calendars are faithful reproductions of the actual physical programs that were sold at each school on gameday during this unforgettable era.
A selection of new and previously published favorites from the Collectors' Series. Each year brings 12 cover reproductions from actual programs that were sold at the stadiums during the early 1900s to the 1970s.
This is an officially licensed product. Part of the proceeds of each sale goes back to the school.
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