As with our previous three historical figures, the history for Mother Teresa is far too expansive to list here, so I’ll point you to her Wikipedia page. Her name is definitely synonymous with charity, and she won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. In case you’re wondering about Human Rights Day (started by the United Nations in 1948), click here for more information. A very cool piece of history to hold, for sure. And again, it will ultimately end up in the hands of a lucky Upper Deck customer: I’m willing to bet it’s the first Upper Deck signature from an individual beatified by a Pope.
Now that I’ve revealed all four, let’s take one last look at all of them together:
Our building has some amazing items within its walls, for sure. In case you want to see more, don’t worry: I’ll keep sneaking around with my camera to snap more photos for our loyal blog readers. And brag a little in the process, of course.