Item 2.0 - Mennonite World Conference in Europe

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CA MHC PP-Photo Coll. 470-2.0

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Mennonite World Conference in Europe

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  • 1930 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w ; 22.5 x 19 cm

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(1862-1945)

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Julius Gottheil was a well-known lithographer in Danzig who began working with daguerreotype photos in 1843. He helped his sons established photo studios -- Richard Theodor Gottheil (1839-1877) in Danzig in 1862, and E. Gottheil in Koenigsberg in 1865. Richard's son, Albert Gottheil (1867-after 1924) took over his father's studio in Danzig in 1895. The Gottheil & Sohn Studio existed until 1945.

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This is a photo of approximately 70 people posing in front of a building during the Mennonite World Conference. David Toews is seated 3rd from the left in the front row. Seated far left is Benjamin H. Unruh.

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See MHC 705-7

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Price: 5.00
Megapixels: 4.6
Resolution: 2646x1755

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