Black and white photograph of the interior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, ca. 1883.

Interior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church

Interior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, ca. 1890s.

Black and white photograph of the exterior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Currie, ca. 1883.

Exterior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church

The exterior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Currie, ca. 1880s.

Black and white photograph of the dedication ceremony of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Currie, held on September 23, 1883.

Dedication of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church

Dedication ceremony of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Currie, held on September 23, 1883.

Black and white photograph of First Baptist Church on South Ash Street, Crookston, ca. 1900s.

First Baptist Church, Crookston

First Baptist Church on South Ash Street, Crookston, ca. 1900s.

Black and white photograph of Muhammad's Mosque, and Church of God in Christ, Minneapolis, 1975.

Muhammad's Mosque, and Church of God in Christ

Muhammad's Mosque, and Church of God in Christ, Minneapolis, 1975.

Black and white photograph of Greater Sabathani Baptist Church, 3805 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, 1975.

Greater Sabathani Baptist Church

Greater Sabathani Baptist Church, 3805 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, 1975.

Color image of a Japanese bronze Amida Buddha, undated.

Japanese bronze Amida Buddha

Cast bronze Amida Buddha figure shows evidence of blackish red paint and gilding [this is a National Bureau of Standards color]. The figure is seated cross-legged on a hexagonal base with the left upturned palm in the lap and the right hand resting on the right knee with fingers touching the ground. The head of the figure has Asian features with elongated ear lobes and topknot typical of Buddha representations. The statue is marked "Bronze/ 19th Century/ John Bradstreet/ Collection". The sculpture was acquired by Samuel A. Trubshaw as a collector for John S. Bradstreet & Co., Minneapolis, Minn.

Color image of Our Lady of Victory Chapel at St. Catherine University, 2009.

Our Lady of Victory Chapel at St. Catherine University

Our Lady of Victory Chapel at St. Catherine University, 2009.

Black and white photograph of Sister Antonia McHugh, St. Catherine College’s first dean and first president, 1936.

Sister Antonia McHugh

Sister Antonia McHugh, St. Catherine College’s first dean and first president, 1936.

St. Catherine University

St. Catherine’s University is a prestigious women’s university in St. Paul. Since opening in 1905, it has grown to include a student body of over 5,000, graduate programs, a Minneapolis campus, and an extensive physical plant. The school’s inclusive atmosphere and diverse curriculum have made it one of the premier institutions of higher education in the United States.

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