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Philip Ruh fonds Ruh, Philip, 1883-1962
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Blueprint Collection

23 oversized folders of blueprints and sketches by Philip Ruh.The blueprints and sketches comprise churches and church features (fences, bell towers, gates) from across Canada and into the United States: Ladywood, MB; Cook's Creek, MB; Edmont...

Photo Collection

The Philip Ruh Photo Collection consists of 951 photographs and photo postcards, along with 16 glass slides.


Back: "Church page for March 30 30cms X 4" Front: "New St. Mary’s Church Mountain Rd., Man." Architect Victor Deneka designed the new St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church after Father Ruh’s church was struck by lightning ...


Photo by Napoleon Photo Studio. C. 1967. Sacred Heart of Jesus. S/A. Winnipeg, Manitoba.


Photo by Napoleon Photo Studio. C. 1967. Blessed Virgin Mother by Sviatoslav Hordhynsky. Holy Eucharist Church, East Kildonan. Winnipeg, Manitoba.


St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church was struck by lightning and burned to the ground within hours. Only the cross in the foreground and the bell tower at the extreme left survived the flames.Mountain Road, Manitoba.


An unidentified witness of the ruin and rubble of St. Mary’s Catholic Church which was struck by lightning and burned to the ground. The bell tower, in the centre of the photo, survived the rapid flames.Mountain Road, Manitoba.


The rubble remaining of St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, which was struck by lightning. The first church built by Father Ruh in Manitoba, it was built entirely of wood on concrete footings.Mountain Road, Manitoba.


An unidentified man stands on the concrete steps, pondering the rubble, surrounded by the unscathed fir trees which survived the rapid blaze when St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church was struck by lightning and burned to the ground.Mountain Road, ...


The concrete footings and bell tower bear silence witness, with the unscathed fir trees, to the rubble that once was St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church. Built entirely of wood within eleven months, between 1924-1925, the church was struck by lig...

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