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Johannes T. and Katherina (Bergen) Voth photo collection

  • CA CMBS NP214-01
  • Collection
  • 1854-1990

The collection contains photographs depicting aspects of John and Tina Voth's family life as immigrants to Canada in the 1920s through to the various places they lived in Canada, as well as images of their parents and their early years in Russia. The collection includes more than the 41 scanned images.


Nik Dyck Photograph Collection

  • CA CMBS NP131-01
  • Collection
  • 1870-1960

These are photographs donated by Nik Dyck (or his family).


Molotschna Colony Photograph Collection

  • CA CMBS NP164
  • Collection
  • 1872-1989

These images were scanned by Linda Huebert Hecht for the Molotschna Bicentennial Photo Project 2004, which provided the organizational structure of this CMBS collection. In the Fehderau series (no. 4), CMBS has many of the prints used by Linda to make the scans and are noted accordingly.


MB Herald Photograph Collection

  • CA CMBS NP149
  • Collection
  • 1880-2002

The MB Herald photograph collection is the single largest photo collection at the CMBS, consisting of over 10,000 images selected for archival storage.


Nicholas J. Fehderau Photograph Collection

  • CA CMBS NP152
  • Collection
  • 1889-1979

The collection contains photographs depicting aspects of Nicholas J. Fehderau's family's life in the city of Halbstadt (Ukraine) and on his family's farming estate up to 1924, when he immigrated to Canada.
Also, the collection includes several other images showing Nicholas's Canadian life in Kitchener, Ontario, especially as a choir conductor.
The Nicholas J. Fehderau photo collection includes more than the 31 scanned images in this collection (see also NP164-04 for more photographs).
The collection documents the assumptions, motivation, vision, and everyday life of one Mennonite estate family, the Fehderau family.


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