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William Neufeld Photograph Collection
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Ashern Mission

A group of men, women and children with Joe & Marie Wiebe outside the Marne Chapel, Canada Inland Mission at Ashern, Manitoba.

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A memorial erected in 1963 on Highway 14 outside Winkler, Manitoba to commemorate the founding of the first Mennonite Brethren Church in Canada. (See MB Herald, July 12, 1974, p.12).

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Burwalde Church. The small building is the first Mennonite Brethren Church in Canada established at Burwalde, Manitoba, 1888. (See William Neufeld, From Faith to Faith, p. 29)

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Cemetery gravestone of Rev. Henry S. Voth (1878-1953) and his wife, Susan Warkentin (1882-1972) in the Winkler Cemetery.

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Portrait of Johann Warkentin, early Mennonite Brethren minister in Winkler, Manitoba since 1906. (See p. 33 in William Neufeld, From Faith to Faith, 1989).

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Portrait of Henry S. Voth, leader of the Winkler Mennonite Brethren Church during the 1930s and 1940s. (See p. 47, William Neufeld, From Faith to Faith, 1989).

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