Henningson Memorial Campanile (Omaha, Neb.)
The Henningson Memorial Campanile is the bell tower which stands at the center of the University of Nebraska at Omaha Dodge Street campus. Funding was donated by Margre Henningson Durham. The tower was completed and dedicated in 1989.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Audio recording of the groundbreaking ceremonies for the Henningson Memorial Campanile on the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus, May 12, 1988.
Speakers: Dr. Del Weber, James Moylan, Terry Fairfield, Harvey Aronson, Margre Durham.
Recorded by University Relations, University of Nebraska at Omaha, May 12, 1988.
Tim Fitzgerald interviews Philippe Paccard about the Paccard Bell Foundry in Annecy, France, and the making and installation of the bells and carillon for the Henningson Memorial Campanile on the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus. Recorded on November 23, 1988.
A red UNO flag with the Henningson Memorial Campanile graphic in black and white. The flat is approximately 48 x 60 inches in size.
A black wireless charging mouse pad gifted to dinner attendees in honor of the Investiture of UNO Chancellor Joanne Li. The mouse pad reads in white text "Honor the journey and inspire the future! Investiture of Chancellor Li 2022 University of Nebraska at Omaha" with a gold ring around the Henningson Memorial Campanile. Includes 1 wireless charging mouse pad, 1 USB charging cable, and 1 user manual.