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    • A 4" x 8" stiff card advertising "Kompositum Fabel: Die Fabel ist tot - es lebe die Fabel!" 

      Unknown author (2003)
      Sorry, but I cannot make out the colored illustration on the card. Should I be trying to--or able to? The verso includes an invitation to the opening, with speeches and music.
    • A baseball cap in Creighton Bluejay blue 

      Unknown author (1999)
      Now there is a gift I never expected! They are urging me to wear it to France later this summer....
    • A brass Fox and the Grapes button 

      Unknown author (1890)
      A tree with a high picket fence replaces the grasses on the left, there is nothing on the ground in the foreground, there is less of the scene pictured on the right of the fox, and the fox has his left paw on the first ...
    • A brass Fox and the Grapes button with no dark background 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Identical with the Goldbarg button of the same dimensions, except that this one shows only the bright brass color. See my comments there. Like that, this has a patterned design on a separate metallic back with a self shank. ...
    • A brass The Fox and the Grapes button 7/8" in diameter 

      Unknown author (1890)
      A tree with a high picket fence replaces the grasses on the left, there is nothing on the ground in the foreground, there is less of the scene pictured on the right of the fox, and the fox has his left paw on the first ...
    • A Call to Character Tape One 

      Unknown author (1995)
      See my comments on the book of the same title and year, from which these selections are taken. I was disappointed that only a few fable materials are taken: on this first tape only the morals from student fables collected ...
    • A Call to Character Tape Two 

      Unknown author (1995)
      See my comments both on the book of the same title and year, from which these selections are taken, and on Tape One. I was disappointed that only a few fable materials are taken: one selection on the first tape and two ...
    • A Contemplation on The Man Born Blind: The Fourth Sunday of Lent - Year A 

      Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      From a talk given at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Omaha, NE|Lent Parish Mission: March, 2011|At the beginning of this gospel, the disciples see a man blind from birth and they ask, "Who sinned, this man or his parents?"|The ...
    • A Contemplation on The Raising of Lazarus: The Fifth Sunday of Lent - Year A 

      Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      From a talk given at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Omaha, NE|Lent Parish Mission: March, 2011|The one you love is ill. As we have seen, often John does not use a name: The woman at the well. The Man Born Blind. Lazarus ...
    • A Contemplation on The Woman at the Well: The Third Sunday of Lent - Year A 

      Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      From a talk given at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Omaha, NE|Lent Parish Mission: March, 2011|We talk about Lent as a time of invitation from God. What does God want to give us this Lent?|We begin by looking at the story ...
    • A cream-colored plate 9¾" in diameter 

      Unknown author (1890)
      There is a chip at about 9 o'clock along the scalloped edge of this lovely plate. The design, showing the moment just before lift-off, is repeated elsewhere in Brown-Westhead, Moore and Company productions. The design ...
    • A cream-colored plate 9¾" in diameter with a 6½" blue-and-white circular design 

      Unknown author (1890)
      This plate seems to be in a set with the similar presentation of TT which I acquired at the same time. There is a chip at about 12 o'clock along the scalloped edge of this lovely plate. The design shows the moment just ...
    • A cream-colored plate over 9" in diameter 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Perhaps the loveliest plate I have. High quality artistry throughout. Especially attractive is the attentive pose of the mouse in the foreground. The two characters he looks at present just what the fable wants from them: ...
    • A Deafening Noise 

      Gillick, Larry, S.J. (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2014)
      I am not a musicologist and actually I do not know what that is really.|How does a D-minor differ from a D-seventh? I do know a few finger shiftings on a guitar. I figured one thing out though. The note which begins a ...
    • A Fable about a man who rode around in a Jaguar . . . . 

      Unknown author (1958)
      This full-page advertisement presents a dramatic cartoon of a man riding around inside a jaguar (the animal, that is). The story is about a young man who read this magazine and bought a jaguar car. Though the neighbors ...
    • A Family Christmas for Newlyweds and Beyond 

      Alexander, Andy, S.J.; Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      Text from the first half of "A Family Christmas Guide for Newlyweds - and Beyond"|A young bride looked distraught. "It's not fair," she said. I want to be with my family for Christmas Eve and his father is pushing us to ...
    • A folded-over cardboard booklet 

      Unknown author (1999)
      Centuries of mystery captured in a legendary fragrance! The great grandson of Evalyn Walsh McLean invites you to experience FABLE, an elegant, hypnotic blend of floral, woody, and delectable essences. Notes of Plum, Ivy, ...
    • A Happy Time 

      Gillick, Larry, S.J. (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2015)
      "Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream." This is the opening line of a little ditty which forms what is called a "Round". I assume we all learned how to sing more loudly than any others who were involved in this ...
    • A Mardigras Prayer 

      Alexander, Andy, S.J.; Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      Mardi Gras ("Fat Tuesday") and Carnival ("Farewell to Meat") precede Ash Wednesday and Lent around the world, even where Lent has ceased to have much religious meaning. It was natural to develop a festival, a "last fling," ...
    • A metal coin 

      Unknown author (1900)
      The verse reads "Wann Dein Spiel der Gegner preiset,/ Dann gieb doppelt auf Dich Acht,/ Und erinn're Dich des Raben,/ Den zuletzt der Fuchs verlacht." That is, "When your opponent praises your play, pay doubly close attention ...