12 Archival description results for Cameras
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- CA MAO XV-19.3-1994-14-2177
Amy Ensz (left, back to camera) & Miriam Snider (right) are at the entrance to the annex (dormitory building) one Sunday. Amy holds a camera in her hand.
- CA CMBS NP149-1-6852
Part of MB Herald Photograph Collection
This photo is of Bill Reimer with a microfilm machine in a van. The photo was taken while Reimer and J.B. Toews were traveling across Canada microfilming MB Church records to be deposited at the Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies.
- CA MAO XV-19.3-1998-14-104
Negatives only, 2. Group photo of the 80 or more delegates (all men) to the CMC meeting in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. in July, 1956. In one neg. the photographer is adjusting his panorama camera & part of the group is seen closer up in the background. In the other neg. the whole group is seen (the photographer is in front of the first row, back to camera). Taken on the grounds of Eden Christian College where the mission festival was held.
- CA MHC 629-B-40.0-c
- CA MHC PP-8 - Photo Col. 643-32.0
Part of Jacob M. Unrau fonds
This photograph shows Henry Gerbrandt getting some exercise at a staff meeting (chopping wood). Others shown are: J.N. Braun, Edwin Brandt, Larry Kehler, Otto Hamm. Four of the men have cameras and two are capturing the scene. The M.P.M snowmobile is in the background.
- CA MHC 095-644
This photo shows a group of 11 women and 7 men, arranged in four rows. One woman in the front row is holding a camera which appears to be a Brownie Flash III model. The two men in the back row are most likely the twin brothers, S.F. and C.L. Pannabecker. C.L. was the medical superintendent at the Kai Chow hospital, and C.L. was principal at the Bible school and editor of teh missions paper called "The China-Home Bond."
- CA MHC PP-14-Photo 088-291.0
- [between 1940 and 1945]
This photo shows Peter Neufeld holding eight (*) cameras.
- CA MHC 095-669
This is a photograph of a women outside at some rocks and trees. She is holding a box camera, which looks like a camera which looks like a "Kodak Brown Flash III" model.