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Kitchener MB Church Photograph Collection
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1930 Sunday School Class of Abr. J. Dick

This photo is a class portrait of the 1930 Sunday School class of Abr. J. Dick. L-r, front: Alice Neufeld, Lydia Friesen, Abr. J. Dick, Tilly Enns (nee Bergen), Lena Dick; middle row, l-r: Agatha Woelk, Martha Friesen, Agnes Heinrichs (nee Klassen), Lydia Dick, Elvira Faust (nee Friesen); back row, l-r: Toli Isaac, Corny J. Rempel, Jake Enns, Henry Enns, Peter Faust, Victor H. Penner, John Becker. Note: from file Vol. 550, no. 51.
Slide: NS20-01-04

A.J. Shantz home

This photo is of the "A.J. Shantz home, near Hespler on a farm. Shantz took in the Jacob Bartels family when they arrived from Russia in 1924. He provided a little house
for them to live in. See: NP163-02-24.
Relates to Chapter VIII of manuscript.

Bartel home in Hespler

This photo is of the Bartel home in Hespler, purchased in 1929. The Hespler group coninued to worship in this house until they moved to a rented hall. House still in possession of the Bartel family, in 1983.
Relates to Chapter VIII of manuscript.

Bethany Mennonite Church

This photo is of people gathered outside the front of Bethany Mennonite Church located at Chapel st. at Lancaster in Kitchener, Ontario. This photo shows recent Mennonite immigrants from Russia meeting in front of the church in [spring?]. The inscription reads: "Mennonite meeting for services". Note: from file vol. 550, no. 51.


Choir in Southampton, England

This photo is "Immigrants [in Atlantic Park], Southampton, England form a choir after many people had left for Canada."
Back Row , extreme right : J.B. Toews, choir director.
Back row, #4 from left: his sister Lydia Toews, now Mrs. Peter Dick, St. Catherines
Front row, extreme left is LenchenToews, later Mrs. David Pauls
Relates to Chapter VIII of manuscript.


Detainees in Atlantic Park, Southampton

This photo is of "Immigrants [in Atlantic Park], Southampton, England lived in a big barrack. At night they closed off their quarters with blankets."
Back Row (l-r): Marina Sawatzky,Tina Wall, Abram Wall, Franz Dahl, Lena Dahl, Lena Wall.
Front row: Anna Wall and Frieda Peters
Relates to Chapter VIII of manuscript.


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