Collection NP191-01 - John M. Schmidt Photograph Collection-2

Cleaning and Drilling Camp Maintenance Man Winner of Beard Contest Camp Borden Ontario On Route March My Sargent Major Blacksmith and welding shop - Coaldale, AB Consciencious objectors arriving in Jasper Park Consciencious objector camp #3 21 Mile Camp - Radium Hot Springs, BC Group of musicians The Serenaders No.1 Going to Work At Work Visiting Cousins in Leamington
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CA CMBS NP191-01


John M. Schmidt Photograph Collection-2


  • 1900-1995 (Creation)

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115 items in the collection, but three are duplicate records (#14, #96, and #98), so there are 112 images.

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These are John and Mary Schmidt's family photographs, showing various aspects of John's life of ministry (conscientious objector, pastor, and radio preacher) and their life together as a family.

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John M. Schmidt's autobiography, "The Lord's Donkey" (Winnipeg: Windflower Communications, 2001). John M. Schmidt personal papers fonds at CMBS archives. For file list of documents in collection, see Schmidt, John M. (2018-2008).
*See GAMEO biography at

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