Al Capone's legacy lives on

This bowl was made from the felled limb of a Japanese weeping cherry tree that gangster Al Capone donated to Union Memorial. The hospital is selling some Capome artifacts on eBay to rasie money for charitable surgical services, while others will be auctioned off at Union Memorial's Champion's of Care gala April 21.
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( Courtesy of Union Memorial Hospital / March 26, 2012 )

This bowl was made from the felled limb of a Japanese weeping cherry tree that gangster Al Capone donated to Union Memorial. The hospital is selling some Capome artifacts on eBay to rasie money for charitable surgical services, while others will be auctioned off at Union Memorial's Champion's of Care gala April 21.

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