- Mennonite World Conference (5th : 1952 : Basel, Switzerland), 2 results
- Janz Team Ministries, Inc., 1 results
- Anabaptists, 1 results
- Limmat River (Zurich, Switzerland), 1 results
- Travelers - Switzerland - Zurich, 1 results
- Mueller, Catherine, 1 results
- Martyrs' Mirror - Photographs, 1 results
- Mennonite women - Switzerland - Zurich, 1 results
- Sixteenth century, 1 results
- Revivals - Switzerland - Zurich, 1 results
13 Archival description results for Zurich (Switzerland)
13 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
- CA MAO XV-19.3-1994-14-1440
Negative also. Arrest of Catherine Mueller from the Knonau district near Zurich. Taken by WLU from Martyrs' Mirror, 1685 ed. (from CGC Archives) for bookcover: Profiles of Anabaptist Women, Sixteenth-Century Reforming Pioneers.
- CA MHC 705-15
On the last day of the 5th Mennonite World Conference (MWC), the delegates moved to Zurich, to commemorate the Anabaptist origins. Representatives of the city government and the official church gave greetings to the conference in Zurich. Both of these representatives were direct descendants of Conrad Grebel, the leader of the Swiss Brethren. A historian from the University of Zurich gave a presentation on Anabaptist history.
- CA MHC 705-16
After a presentation in the cathedral, the delegates took a walking tour of historic Anabaptist sites in Zurich, ending with a worship service at the place where Felix Manz was drowned as the first Anabaptist martyr.
- CA MHC 665-253.0
- [between 1920-1924]
This is a photo of the corner of Lake Zürich in Zürich, Switzerland. There are people walking along the shoreline with trees lining their path. A taller building is seen above the trees.
- CA MHC 719-078
This is a photo of Lawrence Klippenstein and LaVerna Klippenstein (Reimer) standing at the door of the house that Konrad Grebel once lived in. On the building is an inscription that reads "In diesem Hause wohnte 1508 - 1514 und 1520 - 1525 Konrad Grebel der zusammen mit Felix Manz das Taufertum begruendete."
- CA MAO XV-19.3-1992-14-3987
Negatives also (2). Used in CM 15-33-3. MWC Tour on the shore of the Limmat River in Zurich where Felix Manz, first Anabaptist martyr was drowned. Second neg. is similar.
Epp, Frank H.?
- CA MAO XV-19.3-2001-14-237
Used in CM 8-46-9 & again in 10-3-10. Taken from back of Hallenstadion, largest indoor stadium in Switzerland. Part of audience (& choir on platform) at Janz brothers Crusade for Christ.