Relief, Arched Entrance
Mucozo Tower

The main entrance on Sledd Hall's south facade is part of a structure called the Mucozo Tower.  The Tower has an  arched entrance leading to an inner courtyard.  Both sides of the arch are profusely decorated with reliefs representing images symbolic of Florida's Spanish and Indian past.  The relief was designed by W. K. Long, a UF art professor.  The relief includes images of Chief Mucozo who befriended Juan Ortiz, also portrayed.  Ortiz was one of the first Spaniards to land in Florida.

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