Note with photos:"Children on the streets of North Philadelphia. There is an average of sixty family units per block." Afro-American children in doorways of apartments & on the streets with wagons & boxes. C.f.1994-14.2110.
Note with photo: "Betty Klippenstein (from Sask.) with youngsters from the pre-school training program, Our Wonder House, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. C.f 1994-14.1447 & CM 16-6-7B for Mary's letter to Betty.
Mrs. Charlene Cartter, Rosa Buller (center) & Mary Ann Schroeder, volunteer teachers to Afro-American children in Our Wonder House pre-kindergarten training school, Oklahoma City. C.f.1994-1447 & 1459, CM 13-37-11 & 16-49-3A.
Leo Driediger, VS director for the GCMC (right) hands some papers to Erwen Graber (left) while Mrs. Graber (middle) watches. They were going to Philadelphia to work with African Americans. See CM 6-42-5.
Used in CM 16-6-7B with Mary Klassen's letter to Betty K. Mary (from Ont.) supervises a finger painting session for young black children at Our Wonder House in Oklahoma City, a VS project of the GCMC.BCS. C.f. 1994-14.1459.
Note with this photo & 1994-14.2111: VS worker Elva Busenitz, Newton, Kan. illustrates a Bible story to Afro-American children as part of the sidewalk children's program in summer in Philadelphia, Pa. See art. in CM 16-49-3A.
Infor. on back: Ronald Janzen, Stanley Von Gunten, Dwight Bond, Rick Ortman, Reynold Entz & Ken Graber at VS orientation discussing idea of life in service together. See CM 15-10-3; 15-36-3; 3 went to Mennonite Youth Farm, Sask.