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All Mennonite conference in Moscow

This photographs shows Mennonite leaders from all over Russia who met in Moscow from Jan. 13-18, 1925. According to Gerhard Lohrenz, Heritage Remembered, p. 88, this conference has been nicknamed "the Second Martyrs Synod" because most of the men died in prison or exile during the 1930s.


Barcley Bible Commentaries in Russian dedicated in Moscow

This is a photo of (left to right): Walter Mitzkevic, director of Ministers' Correspondence Course, Moscow; Edgar Stoesz, MCC Europe director, Neuwied, Germany; Visili Logvinenko, president of AUCECB, Moscow and Peter J. Dyck, MCC representative on the Russian Bible Commentary Committee, Akron, Pa. They are at the dedication service in Moscow January 6 to celebrate the importation of 5,000 Russian-language Barclay Bible commentaries to the Soviet Union.


Correspondence October, November, December 1922

The file consists of the following items:
1) Correspondence October 1922, Canadian Board of Colonization correspondence to B.B. Janz, A.A. Friesen, B.H. Unruh, David Toews, A.A. Fast from Peter Froese,
2) Correspondence November 1922 , Canadian Board of Colonization to B.B. Janz, A.A. Friesen, B.H. Unruh, P.F. Froese, A.J. Fast from F.C. Fleischer, B.B. Janz
3) Canadian Board of Colonization correspondence, 1922 December to A. A. Friesen, B.H. Unruh, A.J. Fast, B.B. Janz from A.J. Fast, B.H. Unruh, P. Smidowitch

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