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Billy Graham and politics

This photo is of (l-r) David Eisenhower (grandson of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower), Billy Graham, and Julie Nixon (daughter of Republican presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon) standing together on the field of a stadium at a Billy Graham crusade in Portland, Oregon.

Johann Wiebe family, Portland, Oregon

Johann Wiebe, b. 6 Jan 1863, Portland, Oregon and his wife Anna Harder are shown with 11 of their 12 children. The youngest was not yet born. The children's names are Otto, Johann, Mary (married a Plett) Henry, Isaac, Ernest, Anna (married a Neufeld) Sara, Eva, Jake, Peter (changed name to James) Abraham (changed name to Al). They are standing in a row outside, except the parents are sitting down and Anna is holding a child on her lap. Anna is wearing a dark dress and a lacy cap (Haube), Johann a 3 piece suit, white shirt and tie. The first 3 men on the left are wearing vests and white shirts and caps, the fourth a 3 piece suit. They are standing in front of a house.

Portland Voluntary Service Records

  • Collection
  • 1949-2003

This small collection on Voluntary Service program includes various items relating to Portland (Oregon) Voluntary Service and a 2003 reunion of those who had been involved

Mennonite Friendship Center (Portland, Oregon)

Rock of Ages Rescue Mission records (Portland, Oregon)

  • US PNMHS IV-3.5
  • Collection
  • 1954-1968

Guest register, 1954-1958; miscellaneous records, 1959-1968 and undated; correspondence, 1961-1965 and undated; accounts ledgers, 1959-1968

Rock of Ages Rescue Mission (Portland, Oregon)