SDSU's Lost Murals - Saving Campus History
Past students created the campus murals. Today's students love them, but need your help to save them.
The Rock 'n' Roll Mural is the latest conservation project to be undertaken by the Library & Dr. Seth Mallios, Anthropology department chair. Also called The Back Door mural, it is a historic connection to the campus of the 1970's - a time of great sounds. Musicians like Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Ray Charles, Jimmy Buffet, Canned Heat and the Ramones played at SDSU. This mural is a connection to those times and the ongoing history of rock 'n roll at SDSU.
You can continue to be part of SDSU. Don't miss this chance.
Or send your check (payable to The Campanile Foundation) to: Special Projects, SDSU Library, 5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182-8050.
An upcoming project:
Murals we have already saved:
We are grateful to our many supporters who have helped to create this wonderful living legacy in the SDSU Library.
For more information or help, call 619-594-2447, Lynn Hawkes.