UF Art in State Buildings
This fund was endowed in honor of Samuel P. Harn (1893 to 1957), who was born in Bartow, FL. His wife, Gladys, and the couple's three daughters, Margaret , Mary Ann and Gladys, contributed funds in 1983 to build the Harn Museum.
Established in 1990 by Mary Ann and her husband, David A. Cofrin, this endowment stands out in its ability to provide recognized scholars who have distinguished records in teaching and research.
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This fund was established in 1984 by Ann Carter Garnett Marston to support visiting artists and a scholar lecture series.
Ann Carter Garnett Marston, wife of former UF President, Robert Q. Marston, was UF’s First Lady from 1974-84. A graduate of Averett College in Virginia, she was an active supporter of elementary education, fine arts and civil rights. She was influential in obtaining an especially fine carillon for the Century Tower and was a main force in the restoration of the Memorial Auditorium organ. Marston was tapped for honorary membership in Florida Blue Key, was made an honorary director of the University of Florida Foundation and was instrumental in establishing an endowed visiting lectureship known as the Ann Carter Garnett Marston Lectureship in Fine Arts.
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