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Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives Philip Ruh fonds Alberta--Edmonton
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PRPC0527

"Catholic Church, 10th St., Edmonton, Alberta" Colour retouched photo postcard.

PRPC0151

?Mike Yanchynski surveys the floor level during early stages in construction of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh between 1939-1944. Mike directed construction through much of that time. The church was later declared a cathedral, and eventually was designated a local heritage site.

The location is possibly Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0153

Father Ruh on his knees at the entrance of ? St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh between 1939-1944. In 1951, it was declared a cathedral, and eventually it was designated a local heritage site.

The location is possibly Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0160

Two workers with a cement mixer and wheel barrows, during the construction of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh. The church was begun in 1939, was designated a cathedral in 1946, and eventually was declared a provincial heritage site.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0175

St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh, was begun in 1939. Shown here under construction, the church was named a cathedral in 1948 and eventually designated a provincial heritage site.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0178

A gathering of people at the front entrance of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh. The construction was led by Mike Yanchynski who traveled from Cook’s Creek each spring for several years until the church was completed. In 1948, St. Josaphat’s was named a cathedral, and eventually was designated a provincial heritage site.

Edmonton, Alberta.

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