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THEY WERE BUILDING THE CHAPEL AT THE QUADRANGLE OF GEORGETOWN
IN 1880. A MAN CAME THROUGH AND ASKED FOR A MEAL, WHICH HE WAS
GLADLY GIVEN. AFTER HE HAD FINISHED HE WENT TO THE QUADRANGLE,
GOT SOME BUILDING MATERIALS, AND MADE A STATUE OF A MONK IN THE
SIDE OF THE WALL, AND IT'S STILL THERE.

Submitter comment: MR. BALDWIN RECALLS HEARING THIS WHILE ATTENDING GEORGETOWN IN
1927-31.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; LATHRUP VILLAGE

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Human Being

Date learned: 12-08-1963

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