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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

My Tuesday's Treasures hosted by Tom







Tom's Tuesday Treasures.
I have just joined this meme.
Hope I can come up with what Tom has in mind.
 This is the campus of St. Catharine College in Springfield, Ky.
I graduated from high school in 1956, at which time it was just an academy for girls.
It is now a huge university covering acres and acres.
This is the Motherhouse of the Dominican Sisters of Peace.
Our school was to the right of the center and the sisters lived in the section to the left.

Nazareth Campus








 
Linking up with Tom

7 comments:

Tom said...

What a lovely cobblestone grotto, it sure looks like a treasure to me. More importantly are all your treasured memories here at St. Catharine. Thanks for sharing this week and please return real soon. Have a blessed EASTER.

Arti said...

The campus of St. Catharine looks so beautiful and I think all students spent a great time their.
The old car is a real eye-catcher.

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Welcome aboard!! This is perfect for Tom's Treasures.

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Wonderful photos! That car is almost invisible with all that foliage.

Marcia said...

Anything goes if it's considered a treasure by someone. Obviously this is a treasure of a place for you.

Rose said...

I think it perfect for Tuesday's Treasures. Such a beautiful place.

Pondside said...

What a beautiful place. Treasured memories, I'm sure.