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George Petrie and his Dad

Happy Auburn Football Father’s Day.

Here’s George Petrie and his Dad, Presbyterian minister George Laurens Petrie, in 1920, when Petrie was serving as Dean of Auburn’s Academic Faculty in addition to his history professin’.


Photo: AU Archives.

Related: Auburn players, coaches reading the Auburn Creed at George Petrie’s grave 100 years after Auburn’s first football game.

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