Conference of Mennonites in Canada



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Canadian Mennonite Conference

This photograph shows the seated congregation in a hall with brick walls and high windows along the side. It is believed to be an Annual Meeting of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada. Date and place is not determined. The front 6 rows are only men, but there are quite a number of women, (mostly all wearing hats) behind them. A few of the delegates who have been identified are: Row 1: first person on the left end, Aelt. Wilhelm Enns, Springstein, MB; Row 2: 2nd from the left, Rev. Jacob Schulz, Schoenwieser Church, Winnipeg, next two unknown, then Herman Lepp, Harrow ON, at end of row, Gerhard Peters, Sardis, BC; Row 3: Rev. Janz and Rev. Enns, both from Grunthal, MB; next person unknown, then Rev. J. J. Thiessen, Saskatoon, SK; Row 4: third from right end, Rev. J. M. Pauls, Manitoba; Row 5: First man after the aisle, to the right, Abram Teichroeb, Manitoba; Row 6: fifth from right end, Rev. David Fast, Steinbach Church; Row 7: in the middle, possibly an aisle seat, behind the man who's hand is under his chin, Rev. Cornelius Peters, Manitoba; Row 9: possibly 4th from right end, Peter R. Harder, Arnaud, MB. OS

Closing exercises - Altona

This photo is of people talking together outside. There are a variety of different groups of people. The people are talking in front of the parking lot. There are trees off to the left.

CMBC campus

This photo is an aerial view of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada (CMC) and Canadian Mennonite Bible College (CMBC) campus at the corner of Shaftesbury and Grant ave in Winnipeg. The new student lounge has just been completed, the sidewalk from the apartments (far right) to the Heritage centre sidewalk has been removed. New soil has been brought in after the construction of the lounge, which is visible in the courtyard between the new lounge (attached to the residence) and the Mennonite Heritage Centre archives. -- Note: the photo is mounted and with the mounting board the entire size is 50.5 x 43 cm and will be placed in the oversized section.

Conference of Mennonites in Canada founding meeting, Tiefengrund

This is a photo of the founding meeting of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada in Tiefengrund, SK. Back row (left to right): David Epp, Laird, SK; Johann Dueck, Eigenheim, SK; Heinrch Warkentin, Laird SK; David Toews, Eigenheim, SK; Gerhard Epp, Eigenheim, SK. Front row (left to right): Benjamin Ewert, Edenburg, MB; Peter Regier, Tiefengrund, SK; Johann M. Friesen, Altona, MB; J. E Sprunger Berne, Indiania.

Friesen Bros. (Rosthern, Sask.)

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