Formal pose of Queen Divara of Muenster, 1535 or '36, photo of woodcut by Heinrich Aldegrever from Westfaelisches Landesmuseum. Plate 8 in book: Profiles of Anabaptist Women Sixteenth-Century Reforming Pioneers.
Negative also. Maria of Monjou moments before being drowned in the Netherlands. Taken by WLU from Martyrs' Mirror, 1685 ed. (from CGC). Plate 10 in book: Profiles of Anabaptist Women Sixteenth-Century Reforming Pioneers.
Negative also. Members of Anabaptist congregation in the Netherlands being arrested; child in cradle at right. Taken by WLU from Martyrs' Mirror, 1685 ed. (from CGC). Plate 9 in book: Profiles of Anabaptist Women, Sixteenth C....
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.
Women in the audience at MCCO annual meeting; good example of the variety of head coverings (& lack thereof) worn by women at the time. The 2 women at right have prayer caps, the one to their left a hat, the one at left none.
Used in the CM 6-21-5 with feature art. on the Mennonite Publishing House in Scottdale, Pennsylvania. He had been active in publishing for 44 years until the Mennonite Publication Board was formed in 1908.
Information on back: Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King. From a photograph in the Public Archives of Canada. Photo itself measures 14.5x20. He looks younger here than in 2001-14.92. Perhaps Frank Epp planned to use it in one of his books. It was...
New-style Elemetary School in Margenau, Ukraine. A copy of it was used in the display for the newly discoverd Braun Archive. It represents some of the educational reforms instituted among Mennonite in southern Russia by Cornies.