House Museum of the Great War Veterans Society in San Francisco
Before the entry of the General Cadet Association into the Society of Veterans, there was a separate cadet museum (see photo-chronicle)
Over time, part of the cadet museum (*) was taken away by P. Gattenberger and the further fate is unknown, part of the cadet museum was included in the exposition of the Museum of the Veterans Society with special stands. There is also a separate cadet room dedicated to the cadet corps in Russia and abroad.
* – according to the memoirs of S. Zabelin. Perhaps we are talking about that part of the meeting that belonged to him personally
On the wall under the ceiling is a plate with a cadet badge (Bila Tserkva), with cadet drovers in a circle.
Below is a painting heavily damaged by time and dampness, painted in coal, depicting a parade of Kuban Cossacks with banners. ahead of the general with his retinue.
Below is a cabinet with albums and stationery.
In the corner of the shelf, filled with numbers of the magazine “Cadet roll call”.
Window. To the right of the window is a large map of the whole world, on which the cadet’s movements during and after the civil war are marked. At the bottom of the map are the epaulettes of all the cadet corps of Russia.
Part of the wall is occupied by a large window. On the wall hangs a large portrait led. Prince Konstantin Konstantinovich. above it is an enlarged Cross Icon and below it the motto: “Scattered but not dissolved.”
In the corner is a large cabinet with a cadet archive. On the cupboard are anniversary cups and glasses. higher on the wall are plates with cadet emblems of various cadet congresses.
Under the ceiling portrait of general. Boris Viktorovich Adamovich, one of the directors of the cadet corps in Yugoslavia. On both sides of the board in frames with shoulder straps of all cadet corps. Below is a map showing the cadet’s arrival in Yugoslavia.
As part of the image, a cadet of different ages. In the middle is a golden double-headed eagle on a black background and in a round frame. Memorial plate “Canadians at the 12th Congress” (held in San Francisco). Below is a shield with caps of all cadet corps.