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Janis Thiessen fonds

  • CA MHC PP
  • Fonds
  • 1996-2014

This fonds contains oral interviews gathered on the subject of labour history from the view of Mennonite business owners and Mennonite employees and well as the history of Westgate Mennonite Collegiate in Winnipeg. The workers were selected from different gender and social classes. The content formed the basis for Thiessen's thesis on labour history of Russian Mennonites, a book on unions, and history of the private Mennonite high school, Westgate.

Thiessen, Janis

John M.T. Miller Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/1031SC
  • Collection
  • 1870-1881

Correspondence between John M.T. Miller and his father, Moses D. Miller. John was born and raised in Holmes County, Ohio, and moved to Bloomington, Illinois, in 1869 with his wife Gerta (Troyer) Miller. In 1877, they moved to Seward County, Nebraska, where they purchased land and helped to establish the East Fairview Amish Mennonite Church.

Made up of sixteen letters, the collection includes details about land sales and prices and the activities of Amish Mennonites from Holmes County, Ohio, and elsewhere who sought to profit from the acquisition and sale of land in Nebraska.

Miller, John M.T., 1835-1894

Orrville Mennonite Youth Fellowship

This is a photo of the Orrville Mennonite Youth Fellowship posing on the steps at MCC central offices. Front row (left to right): Jeanne Zimmerly, Dawn Mumaw, Beth Gerber, Rachel Hartman, Evie Hartman and Vonda Steiner. Back Row (left to right): Roger Miller, Bruce Yoder, Eric Eash, Amy Tobias, John Graybill, Cathy Schmid ad Steve Schmid (sponsors), Tim Gable and Willis Miller.

King, Jim

Wilmer D. Swope Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/200
  • Collection
  • 1925 - 1990

A collection of papers including correspondence reflecting Wilmer's interest in local history, Mennonite Church history and Christian hymnology. He wrote many hymn texts which are included.

Wilmer D. Swope (1925-2010)

Woodworking shop.

This photo is of MCC voluntary service worker Reinhold Berg helping a young man with a woodworking project at the Boys Village.