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Agatha Isaak Photograph Collection

  • CA CMBS NP002-01
  • Collection

Agatha Isaak: Winnipeg, - Elmwood M.B. Church. Relatives in Russia, Particularly Helen Regehr (Mother of Agatha Isaak) who studied nursing in Riga prior to the Russian Revolution of 1917, and graduated in 1902


Bauman family reunion

  • CA MAO 2019-1.6
  • Item
  • 1948

Family members at the Bauman (or Bowman) family reunion at "Grandpa" Emmanuel M. Bauman's house on Ruggles Road, Floradale. The house is no longer extant.First row: Jonathan (John) Martin (fourth from left), Carolyn (Bauman) Morris (fifth from left, child of Orvie and Adell (Snider) Bauman), Marianne (Burkholder) Ford (eighth from left, child of Walter and Florence Burkholder), Harold Burkholder (sixth from right, child of Walter and Florence Burkholder), Bruce Bauman (third from right, child of Howard and Pauline Bauman).
Second row: Pauline Bauman (seventh from left), Ida Bauman (eighth from left), Frainey Bauman (sixth from right), Florence (Bauman) Burkholder (fourth from right, child of Emmanuel Bauman), Walter Burkholder (third from right), Stuart Burkholder (second from right), Carol (Bauman) Bauman (first from right, child of Emmanuel and Ida Bauman).
Third row: Emmanuel Bauman (first from left, husband of Ida Bauman), Norman Bauman (second from left), Phyllis (Bauman) Fennell (eleventh from left, child of Orvie and Adell (Snider) Bauman), Shirley Bauman (twelfth from left, child of Pauline and Harold Bauman), Mrs. Bowman (seventh from right, wife of Owen Bowman), Adel (Snider) Bauman (sixth from right, wife of Orvie Bauman), Maida Bowman (third from right, wife of Coleman (Cole) Bowman), Gladys (Bauman) Cressman (second from right, child of Emmanuel and Ida Bauman).
Fourth row: Howard Bauman (fifth from left), Coleman (Cole) Bowman (seventh from left), Owen Bowman (eighth from right), Donny Bowman (seventh from right), Orvie Bauman (sixth from right), Bryan Bauman (fifth from right).


Benjamin and Esther Eby family

  • CA MAO 2019-1.1
  • Item
  • [1903 or 1904]

A formal photograph of the Benjamin M. and Esther (Brubacher) Eby family. Front row (left to right): Vera (Eby) Hurst, Esther (Brubacher) Eby, Beulah (Eby) Shantz, Ada (Eby) Shantz, Benjamin M. Eby, Alpheus Eby. Back row (left to right): Elmina "Mina" (Eby) Shantz, Phares Eby, Mabel (Eby) Bearinger, Samuel Eby, Luella (Eby) Snider.


Canada East Fellowship Retreat

  • CA MAO XV-91/4
  • File
  • [between 1981 and 2006]

The East Africa Revival began as an ecumenical, grass-roots Christian renewal movement in 1929. The movement emphasized a personal acceptance of Jesus Christ, and encouraged a Christ-centered life in community that broke down barriers of denomination, race, class and ethnicity. Women took significant leadership roles in the movement.

North American Mennonite missionaries returning from East Africa spoke of the influence of the revival on their lives, and sought to bring the same revival to North American Mennonites through itineration and fellowship conferences. In 1981, Simeon and Edna Hurst and Ron and Marjorie Lofthouse from Ontario attended an East Africa revival fellowship retreat in Minneapolis. They were inspired to bring a similar retreat to Ontario, forming the Canada East Fellowship Retreat. Photographs in this file are publicity images used in annual Canada East Fellowship Retreat brochures.


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