Last Corps Trip poem
Benjamin Knox Gallery
The Last Corps Trip poem written by P.H. Duval class of '51 flanks both sides of the interior frame and is superimposed over the historic Lawrence Sullivan Ross statue and the Twelfth Man statue/bonfire. The neutral gray of those images makes the poem stand out with elegance. The poem is famous for being read at bonfire and musters all over the world. Benjamin and P. H. Duval were friends and collaborated on multiple projects like this one that also helped develop multiple scholarship endowments for the Corps of Cadets.