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Portrait of B. Maxim Hermaniuk

Black and white print of Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk seated, wearing his mantia. Above the border, on the right side, is a mark, perhaps a fingerprint. In addition, there are five other prints, 8.7 cm x 13.4 cm.

Metropolitan Maxim in a Group Photo, Sarcelles, France

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk is seated slightly left of centre, with two other clergy and laity. Metropolitan Maxim has written in Ukrainian on the back of the print: "Visit in Sarcelles, France, 1957". Sarcelles was the home of the Taras Shevchenko Scientific Society. The print is from MMHP Album 3, no. 98. See also MMHP0129 and MMHP0131.

Metropolitan Maxim dining in Sarcelles, France

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk sits with his back to the window, in conversation at the dinner table, with unidentified companions. On the back, Metropolitan Maxim has written in pencil in Ukrainian, "Visit in Sarcelles, France, 1957". Sarcelles was the home of the Taras Shevchenko Scientific Society. See also MMHP0129, MMHP0131.

Clergy Group Photo, Ukrainian Park

More than forty clergy, including Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, pose on the ground, Ukrainian Park, Arnes, Manitoba. Metropolitan Hermaniuk, newly installed as Archbishop Metropolitan, stands in the centre, Monsignor Wasyl Kusnir, to the right of him; Reverend Semen Izyk stands at the far left; Reverend Joseph Pulak is the third man to the left of His Grace. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in ink, in Ukrainian, on the back that this is a retreat for the Ukrainian clergy of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg at Ukrainian Park. July 1, 1957.

Canonical Erection of Metropolitan See, I

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk is seated on the High Place at the Holy Table of Sts. Vladimir and Olga Cathedral, Winnipeg, Manitoba, holding the Cross to an unidentified religious, who kneels and is about to kiss it. February 12, 1957. Details of the event are written in ink on the back of the print in Ukrainian.

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