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Andreas Johannes Friedrich Zieglschmid Papers 1877-1950

  • US GCA HM1/709
  • Collection
  • 1532-1950

This set of papers produced by a scholar of Hutterite literature and philology consists primarily of an unpublished manuscript: Liederbuch der Hutterischen Brüder (Songs of the Hutterian Brethren), which was intended to be a new critical edition of a work of the same title published in 1914.  Other materials include selected letters of Michael Waldner, founder of the branch of the Hutterites known as Schmiedeleut Hutterites, a transcription of the 1635 Arznei Handbüchl der Hutterischen Brüder, tunes of Hutterite hymns transcribed by O. S. Beltz, and miscellaneous materials pertaining to Hutterites in Europe and Alberta.

Zieglschmid, Andreas Johannes Friedrich, 1903-1950

Dumping grain

This photo is of Dave Hofer of the Riverbend Hutterite colony (left) dumping grain to be donated to the MCC food bank (later named Canadian Foodgrains Bank). Food bank director Wilbert Loewen is standing at the right.

Hutterite boy

This photo is of a young Hutterite boy in Waldeck, SK. This cap is made by the boy's mother and reflects their sojourn in Russia.

John L. Ruth

Hutterite children

This photo shows Hutterite adults and children on the occasion of the visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Milltown Colony in Manitoba. Back row (l-r): Eva Waldner, John Hofer(?), Dorothy Waldner, Judith Kleinsasser. Front row (l-r): Esther Kleinsasser, Carol Waldner.

Hutterite girls

This photo shows a woman with 4 girls outside behind a building that has a ladder hanging on the side.

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