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Abraham P. Regier and Margarethe (Kroeger) Regier photograph collection

  • CA MAO Hist.Mss.1.275.1
  • Series
  • [between 1898 and 1923]

This series contains the photograph collection of the Regiers. Photographs of family and friends taken in Russia are included. Scope and content notes for individual photographs is supplied from information on the photographs themselves, and Henry...

Regier, Abraham P.

Erna (Wiens) Stern photographs

  • CA MAO Hist.Mss.1_301_2
  • Series
  • 1942, 2006

Copies of photographs taken by Erna Wiens' supervisor during the reconstruction of the Dneprostroi hydroelectric station in 1942, and two portraits of Erna Wiens.

Stern, Erna (WIens)

James Reusser photograph collection

  • CA MAO HM1-64-1
  • Series
  • [between 1960 and 1970]

The collection consists of colour slides taken by James Reusser in the 1960s. The photographs are of family homes and haunts (particularly of James' wife Helen (Snyder) who grew up in the area), other locations related to Mennonite history in...

Reusser, James

Lucy Braun photographs

  • CA MAO Hist.Mss.1.293.8
  • Series
  • 1900, [between 1949 and 1969]

This series consists predominantly of photographs of women and men immigrating to Canada from the Soviet Union, along with their relatives who had previously arrived in Canada. The photographs were taken at reunion events. One photograph of pupils...

Braun, Lucy

Petitcodiac Mennonite Church

  • CA MAO V-17/4
  • Series
  • 1995-1996

This series includes photographs of people and events associated with Petitcodiac Mennonite Church.


Sarah Dyck photograph collection

  • CA MAO Hist.Mss.1.312.1
  • Series
  • [between 1915 and 1960]

Family photographs collected by Sarah Dyck of life in Russia and Canada.The family immigrated to Canada in 1924.

Dyck, Sarah (Dick)

The Canadian Mennonite photograph collection

  • CA MAO XV-19.3
  • Series
  • 1953 - 1971

The series consists of photograph prints and negatives received by "The Canadian Mennonite" from various sources for use in its publication. Photographs were taken by staff, or sent in by individuals or families. Some photographs were re...

Canadian Mennonite Publishing Association, Inc.