The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's most recognizable landmark is undoubtedly the Old Well. Originally the sole water supply for neighboring dormitories, the well was given its present decorative form in 1897. Campus legend suggests that a student who drinks from the Old Well on the first day of classes will receive good luck for the school year.
Photography by Jill M. Davis, Class of '95.
This item is an Officially Licensed Collegiate Product, offered with the approval of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A portion of the sale price of this product is contributed to the general scholarship fund of the university.
Photos are printed on lightly textured watercolor paper, and hand-folded and cut. One of each photo and four envelopes are included in the Set of 4 Cards (Two of each in the Set of 8, four of each in the Set of 16, five of each in the Set of 20.) Cards measure 5.5 x 4" (A2 stationery size)
Sets include an information card telling a little bit about the photos in the set (last photo). Standard packaging for sets is a sealed clear cello bag. If your order is for a gift, or if you'd just like a little frou-frou for yourself, check out the “Gift Bag Upgrade” listing here: https://orangecatart.patternbyetsy.com/listing/43402796/gift-bag-upgrade-add-on-for-note-card
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May 10, 2018
These turned out very nice... thank you!
Dec 20, 2011