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?__ Dyck(?)

This photo shows a man from the forestry service standing in front of a blossoming fruit tree. The accompanying sound recording refers to him as our "Springsteiner Starshiy, initiator of these reunions". [=living in Springstein, Manitoba in 1972 and ranked as a senior officer] ?____ Dueck or Dyck.

A brass band from a Mennonite forestry service camp in Russia

This photo shows ten men with their instruments -- 3 cornet players, 1 player on trombone, 3 euphonium players, 1 tuba player, 1 player on bass drum and cymbal, and a conductor, who is sitting in the middle of the front row with his baton. The photo is taken out doors with trees and a building in the background.

A Forestry Camp worker in Russia

This photograph shows an unidentified Forestry Camp worker in uniforma in Russia standing amid palm trees. The suggestion that this may be a guard is written on the back. There are two copies of this photograph, slightly damaged. This picture also appears on page 126 of Mennonite Alternatove Service in Russia, with a note 'To Abram Dueck" and in Nick Peters' collection of photocopied photos.

A group of Mennonite men in the Forestry Service in Russia

This photograph shows a group of 11 Mennonite men posing alongside a fence amid the shrubbery in their Forestry Service uniforms. Five men are standing, 5 seated on a bench and two on the ground. Back row (l-r): Abram Driedger), remaining 3 unidentified; Middle row: unknown, Abram Dick, Nikolai Peters, unknown, unknown. Front row: persons unknown. This photograph also appears on p. 54 of Mennonite Alternative Service in Russia, as well in Nick Peters' collection of photocopied photographs.

A phylloxera unit in Crimea

This photo shows 24 men in the phylloxera unit standing in front of their tents, set up in a clearing, with the forested hills in the background. Their task was insect and pest control in vineyards. The photo includes Gerhard Neufeld of Paulsheim, who was shot the night after his auction sale just prior to emigration to Canada in 1926, and David Heidebrecht, who later ordained as a minister in 1921 and later settled in Alberta. Both Neufeld and Heidebrecht were issued silver watches, in recognition of their service.

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