- CA MHC 098-452
This photo shows four dead bodies lying beside a railway track during the famine of 1921.
This photo shows a yard and buildings -- possibly the barrack of a forestry camp.
This photo shows a school in one of the Mennonite settlements in Russia prior to the Revolution of 1917.
This photo shows a river in the foreground and a fort on the shore in the background.
This photo shows all the buildings associated with the Bethania Hospital (Heilanstadt Bethania), established in 1910 on the land of the former village of Alt-Kronsweide, Chortitza settlement, Russia.
This photo shows the men's division of the Bethania Mental Hospital established in 1910 on the land of the former village of Alt-Kronsweide, Chortitza settlement, Russia.
This photo shows the men's building, which is part of the Bethania Mental Hospital developed in Chortitza Colony.
This slide was created from a portrait of David Toews.
This photo shows the Chortitza Maedchenschule.
This photo shows the Danzig Mennonite Church <i>Vorstand</i>. There is a caption (parts illegible) which include the following: sitting Penner, G. Mannhardt, Franz Entz. This photo has been photographed from a book.
This photo shows a scene from the famine in Russia during the 1921-1922 winter. Dead bodies, victims of starvation, piled up like logs, to buried later due to the frozen ground. [HR 260]
This photo shows a construction area, possibly in downtown Winnipeg, where a man is working with an Oliver 80 Standard tractor and maybe a pump. There is some water on the street. There is a woman on the sidewalk, walking away from the camera, a...
This photo shows a two children looking over to the floor of their room where there are another 3 bodies (possibly dead or weak from starvation).