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Auf dem Treffen des Neueingewanderten in Virgil, Ontario

Mennonite leaders and officials at the meeting of recently arrived immigrants held in Virgil, Ontario. Front row (left to right): Mr. Cavers (M.P.), Benjamin B. Janz, H. C. P. Cresswell. Middle row (left to right): N. Isaak, J.J . Thiessen, N. Fransen. Back row (left to right): A. A. Wall, H. Dick, J. Reimer.


Blake and Louise Friesen

This is a photo of Clarence Blake Friesen (Blake C. Friesen) and his wife Louise Friesen (daughter of David Toews) standing behind the pulpit.


C. F. Klassen

This is a photo of C. F. Klassen. The photo is a part of a card which thanks someone for a birthday gift and is signed by Klassen. (2 copies)


Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization

This is a photo of the Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization meeting in the First Mennonite Church Saskatoon, SK basement. (Left to right): Gerhard G. H. Ens, 6th from left is C. A. De Fehr, 7th from left is J. J. Thiessen, 9th from left is Katie Hooge, second from right is Abram K. Klassen.


Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization members

This is a photo of the members of the Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization posing for a photo. At this meeting on April 4, 1946, David Toews resigned as chairman. Front row (left to right): B. B. Janz - Coaldale, C. F. Klassen - Winnipeg, Rev. David Toews - Rosthern, D. P. Enns - secretary treasurer, Rosthern, Alvah S. Bowman - Vice-Chairman, Guernsey, J. J. Thiessen - Saskatoon (elected as chairman at this meeting). Middle row (left to right): Rev. A. H. Harder - Beamsville, Rev. J. H. Enns - Winnipeg, C. A. De Fehr - Winnipeg, G. J. Derksen - Yarrow, D. H. Epp - Rosthern, Rev. J. G. Rempel - Rosthern, J. Gerbrandt - Drake. Back row (left to right): William Hildebrand - Jordan Station, ON, Rev. D. J. Janzen - Gem (representative of Alberta Prov. Relief Com), D. D. Rempel - Hague (representative of Saskatchewan Prov. Rel. Com.), Rev. J. N. Heppner - Altona.


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