Collection NP164 - Molotschna Colony Photograph Collection

Group of Mennonite refugees at J. Rempel's Tiegenhof estate Wedding photo of Peter Dyck and his wife. Photo of the Jakob Enns Family Mascha Unruh Mascha Unruh Rita [Preusse] and daughters with Tante Mascha. Family photo. Unruh group photo. Gerhard Dyck Gerhard Dyck and Neta Olga Enns and Henry Enns Mr. Hansel, Anna (Wiens) Rempel and her husband, Dietrich Rempel having a picnic outside. Photo of four men and one woman in caskets Morija Deaconness home at Neu-Halbstadt Picnic at the mill
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CA CMBS NP164

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Molotschna Colony Photograph Collection

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  • 1872-1989 (Creation)

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243 photographs (12 series), mostly digital, but some prints.

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These images were scanned by Linda Huebert Hecht for the Molotschna Bicentennial Photo Project 2004, which provided the organizational structure of this CMBS collection. In the Fehderau series (no. 4), CMBS has many of the prints used by Linda to make the scans and are noted accordingly.

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