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November 23, 2010


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Arrows Sent Forth

Great post, I never knew much about this piece. Dominique, you'd be interested to know that Father Hesburgh lived in the library for quite some time (he may still, my husband isn't sure). He lived on the top floor.

Dominique King

Nicole-I didn't know Father Herburgh lived in the library.
That's the beauty of blogging...I get to satisfy my own curiosity about things. I was surprised to learn about the connection with the mosaic on the Detroit Public Library, too :)

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