Union Pacific Long Iron No. 1

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Creighton University
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1976
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Hitchcock Building Communication Building. (Union Pacific Long Iron No. 1) was dedicated this morning (Sept. 7) at the railroad's Omaha shops at Ninth and Davenport Streets. On Hand were its creator, Creighton University sculptor Rev. Lee Lubbers, S.J., and UP hammersmith Charles Cupit, 2336 Avenue G. Council Bluffs. Lubbers worked with Cupit, in the railroad's blacksmith shop to create the sculpture with a steam hammer by stamping the work from a used railroad car axle and says they are now on display at locations in Philadelphia, Lincoln, and the Creighton Campus. Fabrication of the sculptures was done last November and April. UP railroad photo.
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