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From left, Roy Wenzl, Travis Heying and Bo Rader visiting Pilsen, Kan., home of Father Emil Kapaun.
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Travis films the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C.
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William Fuchess of Clemson, S.C., shows Travis Heying photos from Korea.
William Funchess of Clemson, S.C., sorts out war time images as Travis Heying copies them on the floor of Fuchess' home.
Travis Heying filming at Kapaun Mount Carmel High School.
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Paul and Paula Kear look through scrapbooks in the basement of St. John Nepomucene Church in Pilsen, Kan., as Travis Heying films them. The Kears were visiting the church and the home of Father Emil Kapaun for the first time.
Travis Heying films services at St. John Nepomucene Church in Pilsen, Kan., the boyhood home of Father Emil Kapaun.
Travis looks at war time photos of Father Kapaun with Herbert Miller of Pulaski, N.Y.
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