Walnut receiving home (Winnipeg, Manitoba)



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Jake and Trudie Unrau Photograph Collection

This photo collection consists of black and white as well as colour photographs taken by Jake Unrau and Trudie Unrau in their work with Mennonite Pioneer Mission and Native Ministries. The photos date from [ca. 1948 -1989]. The photos have been arranged by Jacob Unrau as follows:

  1. Matheson Island and area pictures #1-123
  2. Manigotogan and area pictures #124-210
  3. Selkirk and area pictures #211-237
  4. Oklahoma, Montana USA #237-314
  5. Walnut House also called Walnut Receiving Home #315-326
  6. Metis church of Winnipeg #327-331
  7. Agape Table #332-336
  8. Y.O.U. [Youth Oppertunities unlimited] MURP, and Open Door #337-339.
  9. Native Ministries staff photos #340-361
  10. Camp Assiniboia family #362-395
    The photos depict the environment where the Unraus worked including buildings, their family, native peoples and their customs, modes of transportation, sports, weddings, program activities such as native camp. At time of processing the following photos were missing. 7,9,165,229,230, 301, 302. Some numbers were omitted 13, 55, 127. There is a card index created by Jacob Unrau that correspond to the photos. The cards are yellow in colour. Some photos are duplicated in the slides.

Unrau, Jacob M., 1920-1999

Walnut Receiving Home gathering

Walter Franz (centre) has cake and coffee with others at a table during a Walnut Receiving Home gathering at Mennonite Church Canada in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Henry Neufeld is blowing into his hand while standing next to Franz. Larry Weasel is sitting left of Walter Franz.