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1889 Creighton University Main Entrance
An interior view from the old main entrance with central feature being a scuplture of The Madonna and Child set within a decorative and ornate alcove. A decorative border runs the lower length of the walls.
1882 St. Joseph's Hospital with Count John A. Creighton at gate
Exterior view of the front St. Joseph's Hospital with Count John A. Creighton at the gate.
1888 St. John's Church
Exterior view of front and east sides of St. John's Church.
1889 University Grounds
Exterior view of the University grounds looking east in which "Creighton University" is spelled out by colored leaved plants.
1891 First Creighton Graduating Class
First class graduated from Creighton College. Back row, left to right: Michael P. O'Conner and Francis J. Ottis. Front row, left to right: Patrick A. McGovern, William P. Flynn, and James C. Kinsler with honor medal on ...
Star of Castellar : school themes
(s.l., s.n., 1899)
To my Alma Mater Creighton University. These school boy pieces written during his undergraduate year 1895-1899 are presented by the author.|John Thomas Smith. New York C., May 28, 1945.|CONTENTS:|BIOGRAPHICAL: In Memorial ...
17th Annual Report For The Year Ending December 31, 1896 .. Creighton Memorial St. Joseph's Hospital Omaha.
(s.l., s.n., 1897)
The Creighton Memorial of Omaha|Known also as the St. Joseph’s Hospital, is the direct result of a bequest of $50,000 left by Mrs. John A. Creighton, who died on September 30th, 1888. The happy and holy inspiration which ...
White metal mortar in vase form with acanthus leaf designs on side and double scroll design handles.
White metal mortar in vase form with acanthus leaf designs on side and double scroll design handles. Italian #829 circa 1880 with bronze banded pestle 7 1/8" length. Mortar is 3 1/8" height and 4" diameter.
Bronze mortar and pestle, c1875, 1 from set of 3
Three bronze mortars of bucket form with double handles with bands in center of mortars and banded pestles approximately 3 1/8" length. Mortars are 2" height and 1 3/4" diameter. European circa 1875.
Brass mortar and pestle, c1875, 1 from set of 2
Two brass mortars and pestles. Inverted bell shaped with small pedestal base. Approximately 3 1/2" height and 4 1/2" diameter and pestles are 7 1/8" length. European circa 1875.