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- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0113
Commemorative card in black and white is a portrait of Metropolitan Andrij Sheptytckyj (Andrei Sheptytskyj) shortly after his release from Russia in 1917. The black and white print bears Metropolitan Andrij's name and dates, at the bottom of the front of the print. Also on the front, on the top are the dates of his visits to Yugoslavia and the identity of the celebration.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0115
Photo postcard of Metropolitan Andrij Sheptytckyj (Andrei Sheptytskyj), published by the Postulator of his cause, St. Mary's Seminary, Meadowvale, Ontario, c.1944.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0026
This 10 page German black and white booklet includes a short biography of Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytskyj and prayers to his memory. The booklet is sanctioned by Pope Pius XII, and Johannes, Titular Bishop to Leucade.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0022
A large group, including adults of all ages and children, are gathered close to the Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church, known at the time as St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church, in Mountain Road, Manitoba. Father Joseph Pulak stands behind the children, slightly left of centre. An unidentified priest stands to his right. Superimposed above the crowd are Bishop Nykyta Budka, to the left, Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytskyj, centre; Bishop Basil Ladyka, to the right. Superimposed in the bottom foreground are the word printed in Ukrainian: "Fiftieth Anniversary Jubilee of Ukrainians in Canada, Mountain Road, Man. 1941". The black and white print is in excellent condition.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0111
Metropolitan Andrij Sheptytckyj (Andrei Sheptytskyj) stands in front of the altar, holding a candelabra high, in celebration of Divine Liturgy, 1931.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0005
Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytskyj has a hand on his cane, perhaps about to stand up, while Bishop Nykyta Budka sits next to him, Dauphin, Manitoba, 1921. Four men in suits stand near them.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0110
Metropolitan Andrij Sheptytckyj (Andrei Sheptytskyj) with Reverend Lev Sembrayovych in Winnipeg, Manitoba, during the Metropolitan's second visit to Canada. The back of the card bears identification written in pencil.