Ein junges paar, Jakob P. Pauls und Lena (geb. Warkentin). Frau Pauls ist die Schwester an die Mutter zu Katharina Willer aus Kalona, Iowa. Ihre Mutter hiess Anna Rempel geb. Warkentin, gest. 1 Jan. 1901 in Russland.
Ten church leaders meeting at the conference in front of the church building. First row (left to right) : David Klassen, John Unger, BB Janz, unknown, HH Kornelson. Second row (standing) are all unknown persons.
Jakob W Toews (1847-1933) family correspondence. Jakob W Toews corresponded extensively with his son Gerhard Jakob Toews (1903-1984) who emigrated to Canada in 1926. Some of Gerhard's siblings remained in Ukraine and perished there. Letters from Susan, Agnes, Lena and Elizabeth are included in this file. The original letters were transcribed by Katharine Hooge. They are grouped by date beginning in 1927 and ending in 1943 when the three sisters died. - (10 files) Box 262 1.1) 1927 1.2) 1928 1.3) 1920 1.4) 1930 1.5) 1931 1.6) 1932 1.7) 1934 1.8) 1935 1.9) 1936-1937 1.10) 1939-1940 Box 262
This file consists of the following item: A "Mama" Dueckman letter to "All dearly beloved children" describing the Zagradovka massacre of 1919. John B. Toews made a transcription of the letter which was in the Gothic script and translated it into English, leaving some sections out. Box 262
This file contains the following items: 1) The original letters are housed in the Mennonite Library and Archives in North Newton Kansas. Copies are included in this file. 2) Letters from David, a teacher, to his parents in Tashkent from 1863 to 1868. They were transcribed and typed by Kathe Hooge.Handwritten notes by John B. Toews about the content of the letters are included. Box 262