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Abe Arnold fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1920-2014, [photocopied 197-?-199-? (originals 1880-1961)]

Fonds consists of records of Abe Arnold relating to his research into Jewish Canadian history, as well as his writing about human rights, racism and Israeli politics.

Records relating to Jewish Canadian history include photocopies of original documents about early settlers, the Canadian government and colonization organizations. Also included are historical articles by Abe Arnold and others.

Articles written by Arnold for a variety of publications are on the subjects of human rights, racism, Jewish Canadian history and Israeli politics.

Also included are family and personal documents, such as his parents’ marriage certificate, his own school report cards and his last will and testament.

Arnold, Abe

Abe F. Penner

  • CA CMBS CMBS Personal Papers
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1998

The material in this collection was collected by Abe Penner as it related to his musical career. It contains Penner's testimony, music, and music programs that Penner was involved with. Also included is a list of all the material donated by Penner.

Penner, Abe F.

Abe Yanofsky fonds

  • CA COWA 21
  • Fonds
  • 1904 - 1997

The Abe Yanofsky fonds consists of textual records, photographs, memorabilia, and artifacts that relate to his education, his legal and political careers and his involvement in the world of chess.

See full description on Winnipeg in Focus.

Yanofsky, Abe

Aberdeen Mennonite Brethren Church Fonds

  • CA CMBS BF508; Microfilm: R15, pp. 841-1155; R47, pp. 960-1248.
  • Fonds
  • 1905-1960

This fonds consists of the following series: Membership and family records including a history of the church (in the German Gothic script), baptisms, births, and deaths; financial records including church land transaction records, records of missions contributions, church offerings, and contributions of the church and individuals; congregational minutes and library records; Jugendverein (young peoples) records. Most of these documents are in bound form and are also available on microfilm except for the young peoples materials.

Aberdeen Mennonite Brethren Church

Aberdeen Mennonite Church fonds

  • CA MHCA SK 1
  • Fonds
  • 1956-2000

This fonds consists of bulletins (1982-2000), newsletters (1982), minutes (1976-2000), annual reports (1956-1996) and constitution([197-]) The records pertain to the development of the Mennonite congregation at Aberdeen, Saskatchewan and they documents the leaders and participants of this congregation.

Aberdeen Mennonite Church

Abernethy Elevator Local #702 Collection

  • CA UMASC MSS 277
  • Collection
  • 1977 - 1985

The collection contains textual records of the history of Local #702 in Abernethy, Saskatchewan. Also included are correspondence between the United Grain Growers' head office regarding the historical sketches.

Abernethy Elevator Local #702

Abraham A. Friesen fonds

  • CA MHCA MSS 1
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1958

This fonds consists primarily of correspondence, official negotiation, and memoranda of the Study Commission sent to North America by Mennonites in Russia in 1920-1921 to investigate migration to North America. Also included is similar material for the Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization. Extensive correspondence between Friesen and David Toews, Benjamin H. Unruh, Benjamin B. Janz, Peter H. Unruh, and other Mennonite leaders are included. Several files deal with the case of "the 62", sixty two young male Mennonite refugees who left Russia for the United States via Constantinopol in the early 1920s. Folder 124 contains a good photo of the group. Some genealogical material for Russian Mennonite emigrants for the 1920s can be found here. The "notebooks" folder includes Friesen's passport and diaries.

Friesen, Abraham A., 1885-1948

Abraham A. Huebert (1884-1965) fonds

  • CA CMBS BF508; Microfilm: R15, pp. 841-1155; R47, pp. 960-1248.
  • Fonds
  • 1929-1958

The Abraham A. Huebert fonds consists of a small amount of correspondence, some poetry created by Huebert, and many Russian and German sermon notes written by him. Most of these are on very small pieces of paper, closely written, on both sides. Some of these notes have been transliterated by his daughter Anna (Mrs. Isaac Thiessen, Toronto).

Huebert, Abraham A., 1884-1965

Abraham A. Unruh (1903-1988) fonds

  • CA CMBS CMBS Personal Papers: Unruh; Tapes: NA-15-051 and NA-15-053; Photographs: NP27-1, NP28-1, and NP28-2.
  • Fonds
  • 1889-1981

The Abraham A. Unruh fonds consists of sermons and teaching notes, typed in the English language, relating to his missionary work in India and letters to and from A.H. Unruh pertaining to the Board of Reference and Counsel of the Canadian Conference of MB Churches. The letters are now located with the Reference and Counsel collection. This fonds documents well the transition that Mennonite Brethren missionaries faced when policies changed from leading dependent mission churches to fostering indigenous churches. Reports, minutes, and correspondence show the changes that missionaries faced and their responses to those changes. The CMBS tape collection holds two tapes of A.A. Unruh speaking to the family upon the 50th anniversary of their coming to Canada (1975). The photographs are of missionaries from the Mennonite Brethren Church in Russia.

Unruh, Abraham A., 1903-1988

Abraham B. Hiebert fonds

  • CA MHCA Volume 5014:4
  • Fonds
  • 1877-1924, 2002

This fonds consists of transcribed and translated letters written to Dr. Abraham B. Hiebert and his family by family and friends in Russia, United States, and Canada. Some letters are general correspondence, others are letters requesting medical assistance, or invitations to funerals. The letters show the connection of family members in various countries, the importance of doctors, and current events in the Mennonite communities. Ed Falk transliterated and translated the letters and added footnotes and appendixes with the help of Peter Wiebe and his son Bruce Wiebe.

Hiebert, Abraham B., 1847-1914

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