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PRPC0129

An unidentified cyclist stops in front of the Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Resurrection, designed by Father Ruh and begun in 1935. Both Mike Yanchynski and Mike Sawchuk served Father Ruh as master carpenters on the project.Dauphin, Manitoba.

PRPC0128

The Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Resurrection was designed and built by Father Ruh between the years 1935-1939.Dauphin, Manitoba.

PRPC0127

The Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Resurrection, in the early stages of construction, with a group of eight women and a child. The church was designed and built by Father Ruh between the years 1935-1939.Dauphin, Manitoba.

PRPC0118

Procession of parishioners of the Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Resurrection which was designed and built by Father Ruh between 1935 and 1939.Dauphin, Manitoba.

PRPC0112

Father Andrew Roborecki, later a bishop, leads the procession, with Father Ruh next, and Bishop Wasyly Ladyka holding his staff.Dauphin, Manitoba.

PRPC0721

“The John G. Shedd Aquarium, Grant Park, Chicago. Central pool. This pool, partly arranged as a swamp and partly as a rockery, exhibits numerous species of native frogs, turtles, snakes, and fishes.”Chicago, Illinois.

PRPC0692

“The John G. Shedd Aquarium, Grant Park, Chicago. Main Entrance—Center Door. The design over the doorway is carved out of a single block of marble 6 feet long and 2 feet high. It has been adopted as the emblem of the Aquarium.”Chicago, Illinois.

PRPC0691

“The John G. Shedd Aquarium, Grant Park, Chicago. General view of one of the galleries. There are six galleries containing a total of 132 tanks.”Chicago, Illinois.

PRPC0690

“The John G. Shedd Aquarium, Grant Park, Chicago. General view of the foyer hall showing entrances to galleries and rotunda.”Chicago, Illinois.

PRPC0689

“The John G. Shedd Aquarium, Grant Park, Chicago, Entrances to the Exhibition Galleries and Rotunda."Chicago, Illinois.

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