One of BYU’s earliest study abroad programs, Semester in Salzburg is highlighted in a lovingly rendered program diary created by program historian Louise Dean. The four faculty directors of the program included Ray Hillam, who later became a BYU Kennedy Center director. The program ran from February to May 1965 and included skiing the alps, seeing the Beatles, and studying behind the Iron Curtain in Budapest and Prague. The collection includes a touching memorial for two students who died during the program.
Salzburg Album 1965