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World War I Memorial Door

On Memorial Day, May 30, 1924, University President Rev. Matthew Walsh dedicated the World War I Memorial at Notre Dame before saying a military field mass in front of it.  The memorial is an addition to the east transept of … Continue reading

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Sorin Hall Porch

“It was not like that in the olden days, in the days beyond recall, When everybody got ducked that lived in Sorin Hall.” [1906 Dome yearbook] In the latter part of the 19th century, enrollment at Notre Dame continued to … Continue reading

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Campus Statue Project

In the 1940s, during the midst of World War II, Notre Dame embarked on an ambitious campus beautification project, which would fill twenty empty niches on buildings around campus, including many that had stood vacant for decades.  In 1943, classes … Continue reading

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