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- Tags: St. Patrick's Day
St. Pat's Auction 12
A person on a stage holding an object and speaking into a microphone. Tables of various items are on and near the stage. An audience looks on and one person is standing nearby.
St. Pat's Auction 9
A horizontal photograph of a group of seven people raising two flags: the American flag and a flag of a three leaf clover.
St. Pat's Auction 6
Three people holding money and standing with a priest near a table with a statue and various knick-knacks. A record player, lamp, and stuffed toy are on the ground.
St. Pat's Auction 4
Two people on stage in hats, one with a microphone, speaking to a crowd of people. Various objects are on display on and near the stage.
St. Pat's Auction 3
A person pie-ing (?) another person in the face. Four people are looking on, three wearing hats and one with a pipe in their mouth.
St. Pat's Auction 2
A person looking at a table of various garments and accessories. A sign reads "O'Pickle and Von Berg Ready-To-Wear Apparel (Donated by Good Germans)". Some of the materials presented here may reflect outdated, biased, offensive, and possibly…
St. Pat's Auction 1
Six people on a stage, clapping. Five are wearing hats. One is accepting a statue that wears a robe of three leaf clovers. The statue is holding jugs which read "Loras" and have candles in them. The number #113 is printed on the on the edge of the…
Call Me Pie Face
A newspaper clipping from the Loras College student newspaper, the Lorian, regarding the 1955 St. Patrick's Day Auction. Accompanying the article is a photograph of a group of students smashing a pie into the face of another student.
St. Pat Supplies Punch to Auction
A newspaper clipping from the Loras College student newspaper, the Lorian, regarding the 1954 St. Patrick's Day Auction. Accompanying the article is a photograph of a group of students holding an antique statue named "Matilda."
Lots of Lettuce for the Missions... Did You Buy That?
A newspaper clipping from the Loras College student newspaper, the Lorian, displaying two photographs from the 1954 St. Patrick's Day Auction: 1) a group of students holding an auctioned-off football, and 2) several priests seated in rows holding a…