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Three Totems , 2009

by Diane Mattern; Peggy Ritschel

 

Mediums: Concrete, Metal

Location: West; St. Robert's Church Sculpture Garden 11900 Pacific Street located between church and school

Owner: St. Robert's Church

Additional Information: Inscribed with the words Faith, Love and Hope


Tribute to Caregivers , 2006

by John Lajba

 

Mediums: Bronze, Concrete

Location: Mid-Town; UNMC 42nd and Dewey 1/2 block to the west of 42 and Dewey, or east of the Hixson-Lied Center,

Owner: University of Nebraska Medical Center


Unknown

by Dan Whetstone

 

Mediums: Concrete, Metal

Location: Mid-Town; Westside High School 909 South 76th Street Located at the NE corner of the school

Owner: Unknown


Windsor Lion Fountain , 1994

 

Mediums: Concrete

Location: Downtown; 1020 Jackson St. - South Entrance

Owner: Windsor Square Building


Woman with Child

by Jonathan Haschka

 

Mediums: Concrete

Location: Downtown; Bemis Park near 32and and Cuming

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: The Bemis Park Neighborhood Association funded a walkway/planter bed near this piece in 2002.


World War II Veterans Memorial , dedicated 1948

by Leo Daly

 

Mediums: Bronze, Marble, Concrete

Location: Mid-Town; Memorial Park, 6005 Underwood Ave. Just south of the Rose Gardens

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: The monument is a hollow shell with about 8-inch thick concrete walls. The names of the men and women from Omaha and Douglas County, who died while in service, are on bronze plates attached to the colonnades. In May 1948, the Memorial Park Association paid $112,450 for the site and presented it to the City of Omaha. It was the first time thousands of area residents contributed to a public improvement. No city, county, state or federal funds were used. President Harry S. Truman gave the dedication message on June 5, 1948. A bronze plaque commemorates that event.


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