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A Girl's Dream , 1994

by Gianfranco Maria Guerra

 

Mediums: Bronze

Location: West; Boys Town 13603 Flanagan Blvd In parking lot near the town hall/police department

Owner: Father Flanagans Boys Home

Additional Information: This piece was created for the girls who reside at Boys Town. The artist says that it represents a new life.


Angel of Hope , 2010

by Ortho Fairbanks; Jared Fairbanks

 

Mediums: Bronze

Location: West; Boys Town 13603 Flanagan Blvd.

Owner: Father Flanagans Boys Home

Series: Installments across the country

Additional Information: The Christmas Box Angel of Hope was first introduced to the world in the international best selling book and hit television movie "The Christmas Box," written by Richard Paul Evans. The Original Angel of Hope statue, inspired by the book, was dedicated on December 6, 1994 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Donated by the Compassionate Friends Greater Omaha chapter, this piece is one of 100 identical pieces nationwide. It stands as "a symbol of hope for all parents and loved ones who have experienced the death of a child, not matter what age."


Father Flanagan Statue , 1940

by Eugene Kormdendi

 

Mediums: Stone

Location: West; Boys Town 13603 Flanagan Blvd. Between Fieldhouse and Vocational Center

Owner: Father Flanagans Boys Home

Additional Information: The four boys in this state represent four different races. Father Flanagan actually posed for this sculpture at Notre Dame University. He lived to see it created and upon his death, the artist donated it to Boys Town.


He Aint Heavy, Father, He's M'Brother , 1977

by Enzo Plazzota; Mariani Belfiore

 

Mediums: Bronze

Location: West; 13603 Flanagan Blvd. Outside the Hall of History

Owner: Father Flanagans Boys Home

Additional Information: This piece was commissioned by Boys Town founder, Father Flanagan after he was inspired by a drawing he saw in 1941. Eventually the title of the piece became the Boys Town motto.


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