"Here We Stand" - Texas A&M, 1911

What do you stand for?

It was 1911. The first Chevrolet hit the road that year. The Army adopted a certain Colt pistol that has become a modern icon. Ronald Reagan was born. And this photograph was taken for The Long Horn.

That's what the yearbook of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas was called at that time for some unfathomable reason (it was rechristened Aggieland in 1949.)

It's caption in the 1911 yearbook was "Field Battery, Company L"

Here they stand in front of Old Main, which was lost in flames the following year.

Aggies cherish their history, but I don't need to tell you that. That's because they know what they stand for, and how to take a stand.

This print will make your favorite Aggie smile.

The edition is limited to just 254 copies, one for each county in Texas.

It's 24 by 18 inches, so it can fit in a standard size frame without a mat if you choose.

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Physical Details
  • 24 by 18 inches
  • Limited Edition of 254 Copies
  • Each one is hand-numbered
This is a high quality fine-art print.

The paper is acid free, cold press cotton watercolor with an elegant ever so lightly textured finish. This surface allows the inks to 'bite', reproducing the shading and tonality of the original map vividly, beautifully, and exactly.

The inks are guaranteed color-fast for 80 years, which means you won't need to lay out the extra money for UV glass. You can hang your map in direct sun and it will be just as bright when they are passed on to the next generation it is the day it ships.

It's an instant heirloom. Get yours before they're gone...and get one to give to a friend. He'll owe you!

  • Shipping is $5 for this item.
  • Allow two weeks for delivery.
  • Ships in a sturdy tube.

Guarantee: If you don't love it, we will buy it back. No time limit.