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Toomers...my fav little corner :)

Toomers...my fav little corner :)

City of Auburn Webcam @ Toomer's Corner

City of Auburn Webcam @ Toomer's Corner

I'm not an Auburn football fan but I started my college years at Auburn.  This is Toomers Corner the way I will always remember it.  I loved those trees and Toomer's Corner was my favorite part of Auburn when I first visited there.

I'm not an Auburn football fan but I started my college years at Auburn. This is Toomers Corner the way I will always remember it. I loved those trees and Toomer's Corner was my favorite part of Auburn when I first visited there.

Auburn University - Loveliest Village on the Plains

Auburn University - Loveliest Village on the Plains

Langdon Hall looked like a church in this picture, taken several years after it was moved to the campus in 1883.  In fact, it had been built before the Civil War as a chapel of Auburn Masonic Female College.  It originally stood near the present intersection of Gay Street and Magnolia Avenue.  It was named in 1889 for Charles Carter Langdon, who had been mayor of Mobile, Alabama secretary of state, and a trustee of the college from 1872 until his death in 1889.

Langdon Hall looked like a church in this picture, taken several years after it was moved to the campus in 1883. In fact, it had been built before the Civil War as a chapel of Auburn Masonic Female College. It originally stood near the present intersection of Gay Street and Magnolia Avenue. It was named in 1889 for Charles Carter Langdon, who had been mayor of Mobile, Alabama secretary of state, and a trustee of the college from 1872 until his death in 1889.

1952 - Mac and Elizabeth Lipscomb purchase Toomer's Drugstore from state Senator Sheldon Toomer     1962 - Fans begin rolling power lines outside of the drugstore with toilet paper to celebrate away game wins     1972 - Don Haisten graduates from Auburn with a pharmacy degree     1984 - Mark Morgan purchases Toomer's Drugstore from the Lipscomb's

1952 - Mac and Elizabeth Lipscomb purchase Toomer's Drugstore from state Senator Sheldon Toomer 1962 - Fans begin rolling power lines outside of the drugstore with toilet paper to celebrate away game wins 1972 - Don Haisten graduates from Auburn with a pharmacy degree 1984 - Mark Morgan purchases Toomer's Drugstore from the Lipscomb's

Snowy Auburn - Doesn't happen very often... but when it does, it's absolutely beautiful!!!

Snowy Auburn - Doesn't happen very often... but when it does, it's absolutely beautiful!!!

Farm men and women gathered in front of Langdon Hall in August 1929.  The Auburn Alumnus said a record number attended Farmers' Week events "to get practical information about their farm and home problems, and. . .get inspiration concerning a bigger and better rural life."  Nearly everyone wore a hat.  Attendance was promoted in the Digest, monthly publication of the Extension Service.

Farm men and women gathered in front of Langdon Hall in August 1929. The Auburn Alumnus said a record number attended Farmers' Week events "to get practical information about their farm and home problems, and. . .get inspiration concerning a bigger and better rural life." Nearly everyone wore a hat. Attendance was promoted in the Digest, monthly publication of the Extension Service.

Halftime with Aubie from Auburn Art.  This is available on a canvas which I prefer to the framed version.

Halftime with Aubie from Auburn Art. This is available on a canvas which I prefer to the framed version.

The main building, later named Samford Hall, is shown under construction in 1888-90 after Old Main burned.  Samford housed administrative and faculty offices, and classes were taught there from 1890 until about 1969.  While Samford was being built, classes were held next door in Langdon Hall, hidden from view here by the Chemistry Building (now Hargis Hall) at right.  Hargis was completed while the main building was still under construction.  Young George Petrie taught six hours--French…

The main building, later named Samford Hall, is shown under construction in 1888-90 after Old Main burned. Samford housed administrative and faculty offices, and classes were taught there from 1890 until about 1969. While Samford was being built, classes were held next door in Langdon Hall, hidden from view here by the Chemistry Building (now Hargis Hall) at right. Hargis was completed while the main building was still under construction. Young George Petrie taught six hours--French…

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War Eagle! Samford Hall [Josh Carnley] RollTideWarEagle.com sports stories and free football tutorial that inform and entertain. Check it out. It's new. #AUBURN