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Early Auburn band instruments (with awesome Auburn logos)

Auburn’s was not always the $11 Million Dollar band Bama students know today. But that didn’t mean it’s earliest and humblest of instruments couldn’t look awesome, like this drum from the early 1900s with a fantastic Auburn Tiger logo lost to the ages.

Auburn logos later to applied to marching band drums had a bit more staying power.

Loveliest Village collection photo via @SuiteAuburn.

Related: And The Beat Goes On: The True Story Behind Auburn’s Interlocking AU Logo.

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