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Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives Ruh, Philip, 1883-1962
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PRPC0635

On front: “Henry W. Oliver Building, Pittsburgh, Pa.” Illegible writing on back of postcard.

PRPC0587

"Interior Jesuit Memorial Church, Penetanguishene, [Nova Scotia], Canada"

PRPC0768

“Marconi Towers, Glace Bay, C B., Canada.” Illegible handwriting on back of postcard. Glace Bay, Nova Scotia.

Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg fonds

  • CA UCAWA 08.03
  • Fonds
  • 2007

The digitized material from the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg fonds consists of two items: firstly, an article written by Gloria Romaniuk, Archivist for the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives, that was published in Progress Ukrainian Catholic News. The article tells the story of the stone from Lourdes, France, and how it came to be installed in the Cook’s Creek Grotto, in Manitoba. The article is illustrated by archival and recent photos, including photos of two members of St. Josaphat Council # 4138, Knights of Columbus, who were instrumental in obtaining the stone from Lourdes.

Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg

Roslyn Stanwick fonds

  • CA UCAWA 08.05
  • Fonds
  • 2008

The digitized material from the Roslyn Stanwick fonds consists of several digital photographs of the Lourdes Grotto and the Ukrainian Catholic church in Cook's Creek, Manitoba. Both structures were designed by Father Philip Ruh.

Stanwick, Roslyn

Edward Swiecicki fonds

  • CA UCAWA 08.02
  • Fonds
  • 1964-2004

The digitized material from the Edward Swiecicki fonds consists of correspondence between Edward Swiecicki and the Very Reverend Monsignor J. Marty regarding the completion of the Grotto in Cook's Creek, Manitoba following the death of the architect, Father Philip Ruh. A photograph of the Grotto in Lourdes, France is also included.

Swiecicki, Edward

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