National Geographic : 1937 Mar
© National Geographic Society Autochrome Lumiere by Luigi Pellerano "BRILLIANT" STUDENTS ALL, ARE THESE BOYS OF THE GERMAN-HUNGARIAN COLLEGE" Because of their scarlet cassocks, Romans call them " boiled lobsters." Here they gather after Mass inthe courtyard ofthe College, second oldest in Rome. The Holy City has many institutions in which Catholic students from all over the world are trained for the priesthood. One cantell bya youth's dress whether he belongs to the American College, the Belgian, the Irish, or some other.