Today, I’m mixing things up and showing some love for the University of Southern Mississippi. The free printable is of the Lucas Administration Building. So far, I have only posted illustrations for Ole Miss or Mississippi State, so I thought it might be time to branch out for all you golden eagles. According to USM’s website, the Lucas Administration Building was completed in 1930. It’s pretty iconic, and it is the first thing I think of when I think of Southern. (I’m sure this is due in part to the dome of this building being part of the university’s logo.) Anyway, it is a really beautiful piece of architecture.
Lucas Administration Building – Free USM Printable!
Lucas Administration Building – Free USM Printable NOTECARD!
To print the 8×10 illustration, simply follow the link above. You can save the image to your computer or print directly from the browser.
To make the print smaller (roughly a 5×7), you will follow the link. Then, you will have to save the file to your computer. Open the file in Adobe and then use the settings shown in the image below. [Change to Page Sizing and Handling setting to Booklet. Make sure the Auto-rotate pages within each sheet setting is checked.]
Lastly, to print the notecard version, follow the notecard link above. You will have to save this file to your computer before printing as well. If you print from the browser, the alignment is off and half of one of the notecards disappears.
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I hope everyone is having a great week! Enjoy your Tuesday.