Is this really from notre dame?

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2 Responses to “Is this really from notre dame?”

  1. relinquishers says:

    If you think that this is from Notre Dame the Catholic school, then no it’s not them. The adress says it all because Notre Dame is in South Bend, Indiana not South Euclid, Ohio.

  2. necklace's says:

    Notre Dame College must be a small Catholic college in suburban Cleveland. The University of Notre Dame is located in Indiana, so, no, it’s not from THAT Notre Dame.