Almost all seminarians, if left unattended in a sacristy, will go rummaging through the cabinets, drawers, and closets to see what old vestments or liturgical items they might find. Some seminarians get over this desire to explore once they are ordained. I did not. So I went rummaging through the old archives and records of the parish, and I discovered this picture of what the old Holy Name Catholic Church looked like. The church was built in 1902. The murals were added by a Theodore Braash in 1943.
It was replaced by the new church in 1975.