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I. G. Neufeld Fonds

  • CA MHCA Volumes 1044, 2898-2900; Photograph Collection 633:1; Maps # 1205-1207
  • Fonds
  • 1873-1988, predominant 1931-1988

This fonds contains materials collected and created by I. G. Neufeld mostly pertaining to Mennonite history and issues relating to their experience in Canada in the first half of the 20th century. Materials consist primarily of correspondence and newspaper clippings on Mennonite themes such as settlement, participation in World War II, education, culture, and experience in Russia. There are also several maps and one photograph.

Neufeld, I. G., 1907-1991

Isaak Bergen fonds

  • CA MHCA Vol. 2104-3
  • Fonds
  • 1886-1890

This fonds contains 8 sermons which were written for special services including Christmas, Easter, and New Years. Most of these sermons also include a record of where and when they were preached between 1886 an 1922.

Bergen, Isaak

Isaak Reimer Fonds

  • CA MHCA Volume 1160, 1649-1654
  • Fonds
  • 1967-1978

This fonds consists of two sets of manuscripts of Isaak's writings. The first manuscript contains his memoirs from his life in exile in Russia, and the second is a history of the Mennonite colonies in Russia. The manuscripts are primarily handwritten.

Reimer, Isaak, 1898-1987

Isbrand W. Friesen fonds

  • CA MHCA Vol. 2108-2
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1948

This fonds contains four sermons. One was written to be preached for the sick.

Friesen, Isbrand W., 1897-19--

Isaac P. Friesen fonds

  • CA MHCA Vol. 2107-7
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1946, predominant 1910

This fonds contains: Friesen's story of his life written in 1946; a poem titled "Stay Faithful in Winkler"; and a book he published about his trip to Palestine in 1910. It also contains preaching schedules for 1955 and 1959.

Friesen, Isaac P., 1873-1952

Jacob Bergmann fonds

  • CA MHCA Volume 2269
  • Fonds
  • 1908-1958

This fonds consists of published documents concerning the Mennonite Educational Institute (Altona, MB, 1909-1924), teachers' conventions (1917-1921), the Rhineland Trustee Convention (1917) and a memoir (letter) written by teacher Wilhelm Rempel about his experiences as an educator. In addition, there are single items dealing with the Bergthaler Waisenamt (church mutual aid and trust fund institution) (1935) and the Co-operative Institute (1958), as well as several pamphlets dating from the pre-1918 era concerning peace issues. The collection is chiefly of interest for researchers studying education in southern Manitoba.

Bergmann, Jacob

Jacob Bergen family fonds

  • CA MHCA Vol. 2138:12-16; Vol. 5479-5480; Photo Coll. 589.
  • Fonds
  • 1923-2000

This fonds contains a transcript of an interview with Jacob Bergen, Jacob Bergen correspondence with the Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization regarding immigration, payment of travel debt and the sponsorship of relatives coming to Canada after the Second World War and correspondence with the Oak Lake Mennonite church (part of the Schoenwieser Mennonite Church in Manitoba). The fonds also includes the letters written by Margaret Bergen (1928-) to her parents, Jacob and Maria Bergen, and the letters received by Margaret from her parents, while attending the Mennonite Collegiate Institute boarding school from 1941-1945, while attending Normal School in Winnipeg 1945-1946, and while teaching in various schools in Manitoba and on an exchange program in Coventry, England in 1961-1962.

This material shows the difficult situation some Mennonites experienced in Russia after the First World War, how one family coped and immigrated to Canada where they started a new life with their children. They letters show the high value that this family placed on education and staying in touch with each other when transportation, travel and communication was quite limited.

Bergen, Jacob

Buhr family fonds

  • CA MHCA Volume 2213
  • Fonds
  • 1875-1929, 1972-1973, [198-?], predominant 1875-1929

This fonds consists primarily of letters addressed to Jacob Buhr (1833-1908), Johann Buhr (1858-1942) and Jacob Buhr (1870-1951) received from close relatives in Russia. The earliest letters deal with questions of inheritance resulting from the death of Jacob Buhr's mother (who remained in Russia). Letters at the turn of the century give the reader a picture of conditions in the Mennonite colonies at that time. Letters from 1920-1929 addressed to Johann Buhr (1858-1942) and Jacob Buhr (1870-1951) deal with economic conditions in the Mennonite colonies in Russia after the Civil War and questions of emigration. Some letters from the 1970s are addressed to Helen Buhr from her father Jacob H. Buhr of Altona, Manitoba. Items of special interest include a list of wheat sales from 1883, a letter from P. & K. Friesen of Rosthern, Saskatchewan dated 1911 and a small family register kept by Johann Buhr (1858-1942).

Buhr, Jacob 1833-1908

Jacob Fehr Fonds

  • CA MHCA Volume 4891,2106-8
  • Fonds
  • 1773-2000, predominant 1773-1850, 1942-1955

This collection consists of photocopies of letters from Jacob Fehr Jr., a journal of Jacob Fehr Jr. recounting the immigration to Canada, a brief account of the immigration by Helena Fehr, and a register of letters that includes authors such as Aeltester Gerhard Dyck of Chrotitza, South Russia. It also includes a notebook of sermons. In addition to these primary documents there are copies of published translation and transcription of the journal of Jacob Fehr.

Fehr, Jacob. 1859-1952

Jacob J. Hildebrand fonds

  • CA MHCA Volumes 2821; 3308; 3481-3484; Maps # 1184-1204; Photograph collection #303
  • Fonds
  • 1850-1976, predominant 1930-1970

This fonds consists primarily of correspondence relating to personal and political matters, including education, alternative service, settlement and genealogy. There are also excerpts and transcripts from various historical writings, materials written by others that Hildebrand accumulated, and original documents relating to Mennonites in Canada and Hildebrand's political interests. Finally, the collection includes some maps of various parts of Canada and Russia, and several photographs.

Hildebrand, Jacob J., 1880-1976

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