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Vineland United Mennonite Church fonds
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Choir from Batamschinsk

This photomontage includes graphic elements, portraits of individual choir members, and a photograph of a modest building (possibly a house church). Across the top are the words: "Singet dem herrn ein neues Lied : 1971 : Sangerchor von Batamschinsk." Names of choir members are identified as follows in the photograph. Bottom row (left to right): L. Klassen, E. Dueck, L. Pauls, K. Guenther, K. Selig, K. Sudermann. Second row (left to right): T. Martens, A. Martens, J. Pauls, A. Tiessen, A. Siebert, H. Toews. Third row (left to right): A. Duerksen, M. Voth, A. Regehr, A. Schultz, N. Klassen, A. Neufeld, L. Duerksen, L. Tiessen, M. Martens, T. Pauls. Fourth row (left to right): H. Dueckmann, W. Dueckmann, P. Dueckmann, H. Pauls, A. Dueck, A. Guenther, J. Janzen, H. Janzen, J. Martens, J. Duerksen, L. Duerksen. Top row (left to right): H. Schultz, J. Dueck, J. Siebert, K. Pauls, J. Schultz, D. Pauls, J. Pauls, K. Klassen, P. Regehr, K. Funk, K. Duerksen.
The area was a "closed city" until near the end of the Soviet era. This photograph was likely produced to celebrate the dedication service of the church building on 22 Aug 1971.

Batamschinsk Mennonite Brethren Church (Badamsha, Kazakhstan)

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