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Abraham B. Hiebert fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1877-1924, 2002

This fonds consists of transcribed and translated letters created by Ed Falk with the help of Peter Wiebe and his son Bruce Wiebe, letters originally written to Dr. Abraham B. Hiebert and his family by family and friends in Russia, United States, and Canada. Some letters are general correspondence, others are letters requesting medical assistance, or invitations to funerals. The letters show the connection of family members in various countries, the importance of doctors, and current events in the Mennonite communities.
Includes footnotes and appendices.

Hiebert, Abraham B., 1847-1914


This is a photo of nurse Judy Koop Bietz of Winnipeg, MB giving an injection to a young Bolivian. She is one of the MCCers featured in the new MCC film, "Give Me Your Hand: MCC Today".

Beach, Mark


This is a photo of (left to right): MCCer Donna Weaver and her supervisor, Dana Cook, arrange an eye examination, by phone, at a nearby hospital for a patient needing the care of a specialist.

Brubaker, Denlinger Charmayne

Nicaraguan pastor in hospital

This is a photo of Juan Rizo, Nicaraguan Nazarene pastor, lying on the lower bunk, with his wife, Matilde, holding his leg. MCCer Jim Hershberger visited Rizo in the Jinotega Hospital several days after the bus he was riding on was blown up by a contra mine.

Jeffrey, Paul

U. S. Programs

This is a photo of (left to right): Dr. Schaeffer and MCCer Brigette Hudicourt at the HACAD Clinic for Haitians in Miami. Her duties include translating for the doctor, who does not speak Creole. Two other Haitian-American doctors work with the clinic as well.

Schlabach, Gerald

William Kehler conscientious objector photo album: Portage Mental Hospital

  • CA MHC 693
  • Collection
  • 1943-1945, 1994

This collection consists of 100 black and white photos depicting Kehler's experience as a conscientious objector during the Second World War, performing alternative service at the Portage la Prairie mental institution. The photos depict Kehler, his friends and staff (male and female), patients, doctors, the hospital grounds and activities undertaken by staff and patients. Most of the photos are identified in the album either on the back or on the adjoining page of notes.
Significant people named include Abe Hildebrandt, Bill Enns, George Harder, Jake Friesen, Gerhard Ens, John Funk, Isaac Doerksen, Dave Dyck, Henry Funk, William Kehler, George Martens, Ed Penner, Darcy Loewen, John Inglis and Dr. Bristow.

Kehler, William J., 1908-2001