Bicycles

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A cycling party on the Fehderau property. On the

  • CA MAO M2004F 29
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  • 1914

A cycling party on the Fehderau property. On the left is Nicholas J. Fehderau's brother-in-law, Jakob Dyck; second from the right is Ernst Gosemann. The family's summer kitchen is in the background.

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A group posing with two of the cyclists who made

  • CA MAO 1994-1 71
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  • 1891

A group posing with two of the cyclists who made the trip from Indiana to "the Twenty" (the Jordan-Vineland district) the first Mennonite settlement in Canada. With bicycles, l-r: Aaron C. Kolb and William P. Coffman.

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Abram Dick in Alternative Service in Russia

This photograph shows Abram Dick, 1890-1970, probably while he is serving in the Asov Forestry Camp. He is wearing the Forestry uniform posing at an arbored gate with a bicycle. The name Kathe Warkentin is written on the reverse side, along with Abram J. Dick's address, 56 Wigle Str., Leamington, Ont. This photograph also appears on page 61 of Mennonite Alternative Service in Russia, and in Nick Peters' collection of photocopied photos, No. 25.

Abram Driedger in Alternative Service in Russia

This photograph shows Abram Driedger dressed in the Forestry Service uniform, posed at an arbored gate holding on to a bicycle. This is probably the Asov Forestry Camp. Abram Driedger is a brother-in-law to Abram Dick, donor of this photograph collection. This photograph also appears on page 108 of Mennonite Alternative Service in Russia, and in Nick Peters' collection of photocopied photos as No. 26.

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