Monks Unveil Panorama: Jerusalem, 100 Years Ago

Photographs that escaped a bombing by anti-war activists at Harvard made their way to a Franciscan order.

On October 14, 1970, a bomb tore through the offices of Harvard University’s Center for International Affairs. In a letter sent to several newspapers, “the Proud Eagle Tribe, a group of revolutionary women,” claimed responsibility for the incident, which it said was aimed, in part, against then-U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, “who...