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A "Baba" stone sculpture

This photo is of an ancient stone carving / sculpture called a "Baba". These life sized stone statues possibly linked to fertility cult were made by the Scythians. These objects are located near a burial mound in the village of Chortitza. To the right of the sculpture are flowers and trees are in the background.

A back view of the farm-machine factory belonging to the photographer's father, Gerhard Rempel

Two photos on negative. Top photo: unknown. Bottom photo: A back view of the farm-machine factory belonging to the photographer's father, Gerhard Rempel. In his time, in the late nineteenth century, he was the wealthiest man in Rosenthal. Description from Forever Summer, Forever Sunday - Plate 33. Hunsberger photo

Rempel, Peter Gerhard

Abram Braun

Photograph of Abram which appears to have been taken by a photographer.

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Agatha Regehr and Sarah Rempel. Sarah

Agatha Regehr and Sarah Rempel. Sarah, usually earnest in pictures - as was the custom - and in life, laughed here with her dearest friend and cousin. Description from Forever Summer, Forever Sunday Plate 78. Hunsberger photo

Rempel, Peter Gerhard

Arthur W. Slagel fonds (photograph collection)

  • CA MHC 665
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1924

This fonds contains 276 photographs taken and received by Arthur W. Slagel during his 3-year assignment with Mennonite Central Committee from 1920-1923. The collection has photos of the relief work in Russia showing various aspects of the work including workers, headquarters, storage, distribution, seeded and distributed crops, transportation, buildings and homes. The photos were taken in locations such as Chortitza, Alexandrosk, Schoenwiese, Rosenthal, Halbstadt, Gnadenfeld, Ohrloff, Nicopol, and Sagradowka. There are images of the 1923 emigration group from Schoenwiese leaving for Canada. There are general scenic photos of the Dnieper rapids, the Kremlin and other sites in Moscow. Some photographs were likely given to Slagel from Mennonite workers in Russia, such as the Solomon Ediger family, the Peter Nikkel family, the Johann Janzen family, the Ohrloff teachers and others. And, finally there are photos of travels taken in England, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Austria, Poland, Egypt, Palestine and Syria.

Slagel, Arthur W., 1891-1943

Auswanderung der Mennoniten, Emigration, 1923

This file consists of the following:
H.H. Kornelsen "Wie kleine Begegenheiten und Ereignisse mitwirken, dass es ano 1923 zu einer grossen Auswanderung der Mennoniten kam".Box 248

Kornelsen, Heinrich H.,1890-1974

Beach scene

This photo is of a beach on the Island of Chortitza taken from the water. People can be seen on the beach and large [oak?] trees are in the background.

Schroeder, William, 1933-2013

Beginning American Mennonite Relief Tractor Program

This is a photo of six or more tractors lined up on a field, each one with a driver, ready for action. A group of about 30 men are standing behind them, 3 with hats and white collar and tie. The first one from the right - C. F. Klassen, middle one looks like A. W. Slagel. Also Peter Berg left of C. F. Klassen.
A. W. Slagel's comment - "Official beginning of tractor program in Ukraine. 1922 Autumn."

Children in Tiegerweide, Molotschna

Children in Tiegerweide, Molotschna, photographed by Bernhard Isaac Sawatzky (1886-1961), a professional Mennonite photographer in Russia from 1903 until World War I. Description from Forever Summer, Forever Sunday - Plate 19. Hunsberger photo

Rempel, Peter Gerhard

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