Quakertown (Pennsylvania)

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General Conference Mennonite Church Mission Board

This photo is of 6 church leaders who made up the General Conference Mission Board, 5 from the USA and one from Canada. From left to right, front row, William S. Gottshall (Quakertown, P.A.), Samuel S. Baumgartner (Monroe, Washington). Back row: J.M. Regier (Newton, Kansas), A.J. Neueuschwander (Quakertown, P.A.), David Toews (Rosthern, Saskatchewan), J.E. Amstutz (Trenton, Ohio).

Greisamer Studios (Quakertown, PA)

General Conference Mennonite Church Mission Board, 1935

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General Conference Mission Board. Front row (left to right): William S. Gottshall (Quakertown, Pa.), Samuel S. Baumgartner (Monroe, Wash.. Back row (left to right): J.M. Regier (Newton, Kan.), A.J. Neueuschwander (Quakertown, Pa.), David Toews (Rosthern, Sask.), J.E. Amstutz (Trenton, Ohio).

Greisamer Studios (Quakertown, PA)

General Conference Mission Board

General Conference Mission Board. Back row (left to right): J. M. Regier - Newton, Kansas, A. J. Neuenschwander - Quakertown, P. A., David Toews - Rosthern, SK, J. E. Amstutz - Trenton, Ohio. Front row (left to right): William S. Gottshall - Quakertown, PA, Samuel S. Baumgartner - Monroe, Washington.

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Peter and Agnes Wiens

This is a photo of Peter and Agnes Wiens on the day of their marriage. Wiens was a Sagradower child. They served in India as missionaries of the General Conference for about 25 years. Both died in the U.S.A. [HR 141]
Studied in the USA and married at Quakertown, PA.