University History Artifacts

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Images of various three dimensional artifacts from the Benedictine University Archives

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Items in the University History Artifacts Collection

[Poem "America" by J. W. Riley]
A patriotic poem by J. W. Riley, published as a full page in the Studensky Listy.

[Illustration "Mother's Grief"]
An illustration of a woman and child mourning an infant in its cradle, this was a full page in the Studensky Listy. The caption is in Czech and translates to "mother's grief."

[Alumnus soldier John Halvelka rises at 4AM]
Alumnus John Halvelka writes of a soldier's life and envying the students' lives.

["Our War Aims" speech by President Wilson]
An excerpt from a speech entitled "Our War Aims" given by then-President Wilson, published in the Studensky Listy

[George Vano, soldier, writes of naval ships and journey]
Excerpts from a letter from alumnus George Vanos include a description of a naval procession and details of his journey across the Atlantic to France.

[Extra! Report from the Front!]
The Studensky Listy gives details of fighting on the Front. An air battle is described.

[Listing of soldiers' names; Mach's details of being at sea]
A listing of those associated with the college who are currently in the armed forces, as published in the Studensky Listy. Also includes an excerpt from a letter from Joseph Mach telling of being at sea.

[Program for Rev. Biskup]
A patriotic program was held for Alphonse Biskup, prefect and professor, before he left to join the Czech army.

[Photo Alois Turek in Navy uniform]
This full-page photograph of Alois Turek in his Navy uniform was published in the Studensky Listy. The caption reads "Graduate of 1905 trading course in college St. Procopius now dwelling with American Navy in France."

[Photo A. Biskup, headshot in clerical collar]
This photo is a headshot of Alphonse Biskup, O.S.B. wearing his clerical collar.