„Vivat Arconia!”. Pamiątki po Pawle Jarnuszkiewiczu (1857–1934) w zbiorach Muzeum Narodowego w Krakowie
Słowa kluczowe:Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie, Paweł Jarnuszkiewicz (1857–1934), korporacja studencka
The ninth of May this year marks the 140th anniversary of the establishment of one of the oldest student corporations, “Arkonia”, founded by Poles studying at the Riga University of Technology. In this context, the article discusses a few pieces of previously unpublished memorabilia of one of its founding members, Paweł Jarnuszkiewicz (1857-1934). ey were donated to the Museum on 25 November 1988 by Barbara Jarnuszkiewicz-Maldini (1925-2000), daughter of Brigadier General Czesław Jarnuszkiewicz (1888-1988). This relatively small group of items connected to
her grandfather, father of her mother Maria Wanda née Jarnuszkiewicz, consists of: a cap and five ribbons in the colours of Arkonia together with a badge from one of them, number 10 of “Biuletyn Arkoński” from 1933, a manuscript of a poem commemorating the day when the corporation was founded, and an excerpt from number 13/14 of “Gazeta Cukrownicza” from 1934 with a posthumous note dedicated to Jarnuszkiewicz.