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A. A. Landis Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/433SC
  • Collection
  • 1940-1948

The collection includes correspondence, statements and reports related to the Ohio Mennonite Conference and the Lancaster Conference.

Landis, A. A.

A. B. (Abraham B.) Burkholder Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/714
  • Collection
  • 1896-1915

This small set of papers consists primarily of two diaries kept by Burkholder, a Virginia minister and later bishop of the (old) Mennonite Church.  The diaries contain brief daily enteries providing information about the weather and his activities for the day.  Other materials inclde sermon outlines, clippings, and miscellaneous materials.

Burkholder, A. B. (Abraham B.), 1850-1941

A car driving in front of what is assumed to be

  • CA MAO 1994-1 14
  • Item

A car driving in front of what is assumed to be Reverend W.F. Bindeman's home on King St. The Reverend later moved to Young St. where he died. Used in Hannes Schneider, p. 120H.

Unknown

A cycling party on the Fehderau property. On the

  • CA MAO M2004F 29
  • Item
  • 1914

A cycling party on the Fehderau property. On the left is Nicholas J. Fehderau's brother-in-law, Jakob Dyck; second from the right is Ernst Gosemann. The family's summer kitchen is in the background.

Unknown

A formal portrait of the Jacob and Ida (Stauffer)

  • CA MAO 2000-1 181
  • Item
  • 191-

A formal portrait of the Jacob and Ida (Stauffer) Snider family. Front Row (left to right): Ida, Jacob, Eileen, Irma Snider. Back row (left to right): Beulah, Vernon, Howard Jr., Willard, Clare. Howard was married in 1919, so the photograph was taken before that, possibly about 1912.

A biographical profile of Ida Snider can be found in Willing Service : stories of Ontario Mennonite Women / by Lorraine Roth.

Unknown

A gang of teenage boys were blamed for a fire

  • CA MAO 1994-1 19
  • Item
  • 1938

A gang of teenage boys were blamed for a fire that destroyed this storage barn owned by Mrs. Edith Quickfall. Used in Hannes Schneider, p. 94.

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