The Carolyn Craig Franklin Library Garden Courtyard and Fountain

The Carolyn Craig Franklin Library Garden Courtyard and Fountain (HM2EIF)

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N 34° 1.225', W 118° 17.009'

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"Take Time to Smell the Flowers"

—USC — University of Southern California —

This library garden courtyard and fountain are dedicated to the memory of Carolyn Craig Franklin (1919-1993).

They were donated by Dr. Carl Franklin, Vice President Emeritus and Professor of Law at USC, and their four children: Craig, Sterling, Larry and Priscilla.

The Franklins joined USC in 1953, he as a law professor and she as an energetic volunteer, she served as President of Faculty Wives, 1970-1972, and Town and Gown, 1980-1982.

She was awarded the USC Presidential medallion posthumously by President Steven B. Sample for her outstanding service to USC.
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Date Added Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 at 1:01pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)11S E 381497 N 3765162
Decimal Degrees34.02041667, -118.28348333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 34° 1.225', W 118° 17.009'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds34° 1' 13.5" N, 118° 17' 0.54000000000002" W
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