The FitzRandolph Gateway Gold Plated Ornament by Design Concepts

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This ornament is from a series of Princeton historic landmark ornaments. These beautiful gold plated solid brass ornaments are certain to become a treasured heirloom.

The FitzRandolph Gateway is the main entrance to the Campus from Nassau Street. It was erected in 1905 from the design of McKim, Mead, and White. It was a bequest from Augustus van Winkle of Hazleton, Pennsylvania in memory of Nathaniel FitzRandolph, who gave the land on which Nassau Hall was built. FitzRandolph was son of one of the original seventeenth-century Quaker settlers of Princeton who rode among his neighbors soliciting donations and personally gave twenty pounds and the tract of four and one half acres.

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