Collection NP018 - Helen L. Warkentin Photograph Collection

Orphan boys Two East-Indian children At a picnic An East-Indian An East-Indian couple Picnic in India Missionaries at Ootacamund Family  John N. C.  and Anna Hiebert Funeral of Helen Hiebert Funeral of Helen Hiebert
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CA CMBS NP018

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Helen L. Warkentin Photograph Collection

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  • 1887-1975 (Creation)

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709 photographs

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(1887-1975)

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Helen was born in Hoffnungsfeld, Manitoba (near Winkler, MB) and attended the Winkler Mennonite Brethren Church. She graduated from the Mennonite Collegiate Institute (MCI) in Gretna, Manitoba in 1915 and spent 1 year at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois. In December 1919 she was ordained in the Winkler Mennonite Brethren Church and in June 1920 left her first term in India. She returned to Canada in 1927, and left for India in 1929 for her second term. She continued working in India until 1957, her fourth term. She died in Winkler, Manitoba.

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