Veranda rooms: The campus
Images and a model show the various stages of construction of the buildings on campus.
The large butcher block was made from one of the trees on the property.
Cleavers, knives, taps, spigots, and a sack sower are among the tools that would have been used in the kitchens.
The wooden shingles belong to the original roof of the Cottage, a residence built to house visiting priests. Later, Cornelia Connelly, founder of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, lived here.
The original barn, built in the 1830s, was almost completely destroyed in a fire in 1914.