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Enos the Bessie Kapaun wedding photo 1915.
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Emil Kapaun at age 4.
A missal written in Latin used by Fr. Kapaun
A charcoal sketch of Fr. Kapaun.
Ceramic figurines are part of the items stored in Pilsen, part of the Fr. Kapaun collection.
Fans, most likely sent home from Japan.
China sent home from the orient
A small crucifix was included in the items returned to Kapaun family after Fr. Kapaun's death.
A pocket watch was among the items returned to the Kapaun family after the death of Fr. Kapaun.
A silver necklace sent home from Fr. Kapaun's tour in Burhma.
One of Fr. Kapaun's many pipes.
Benediction Cope and Humeral veil worn by Fr Kapaun
Fr. Kapaun's Surplice. The trim was crocheted by his mother Bessie.
A small crucifix was included in a box military ribbons.
Calvary patches from Fr. Kapaun's belongings.
A chalice pall used by Fr. Kapaun
Fr. Kapaun's jabot and collar.
A pin that was included in Fr. Kapaun's belongings.
Fr. Kapaun's Chasuble.
Military regalia, including ranks, that Father Kapaun received during his military career and are stored in Pilsen.
Two handfuls of millet and cracked corn were all the prisoners of war were given to eat while in the Chinese prisons.
A package of millet equal to what the prisoners were given.
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