Portrait of Mère Saint-Joseph. Without a doubt the same artist, Monsieur Jacquin, painted the portrait of Mère Julie in 1813. The three original portraits were located in Namur, Ghent and Gembloux. The one in Namur was burned during the bombings of World War II. The portrait that has been preserved is the one of Ghent.
Nouveau mois de Marie, par l'abbé Louis Debussi, Gand, 1828 (P.J. Van Ryckegem, imprimeur-libraire). Note à la première page: "Pensionnat des SND 3ème classe prix de style mérité par Mlle L. Lahieu, Namur, le 29 août 1829 Sr St-Joseph, Supérieure générale".
Histoire abrégée de la religion avant la venue de notre Jésus-Christ, Lyon, 1811. Note à la première page: " le livre a été donné à Mad. J. Benoit pour prix de calcul. Sr St-Joseph".
Pictures of Saint Aloysius Gonzaga and Saint Stanislas Kotska, venerated by Mère Saint-Joseph as patrons of youth. They decorated her bedroom in Namur as precious souvenirs. Mère Saint-Joseph gave them as a gift to the house at Bastogne at the time of its foundation in 1836. There, they were carefully kept in the Superior's room until 1953. In December of that same year, Bastogne gave them to the Julie museum.