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This is a glicee print of Left Field Lounge at Mississippi State University. It is one of seven in the collection of prints that illustrates the historical and traditional places/buildings/things of Mississippi State Uinversity. Each print has the name of the place/building/thing along with a description.

I created these original illustrations in 2006 as a student at Mississippi State University.

Text under title reads:
The The left field lounge at Dudy Noble Field has become an annual tradition at Mississippi State. In 1984, Sid Salter, a journalist for the Clarion Ledger, described the left field lounge as “part picnic, part class reunion, part fashion show, and part cult worship.” The left field lounge became a popular gathering spot for MSU students in the late 1960s. Far from its humble beginnings, the left field lounge is now college baseball’s largest tailgate party. Dudy Noble Field has also been chosen as one of the best places to watch a college baseball game.

The print is from an original watercolor and pencil illustration done by me. They are printed on 11 x 17 inch archival paper using archival inks.

*** If you would like faster shipping, please contact me prior to placing your order so that we can calculate shipping costs. All prints are shipped with a cardboard backing in a flat mailer protect from getting bent or damaged.***

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Left Field Lounge at MSU

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Archival Inks, Archival Paper, Watercolors, colored pencil, pencil
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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