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Ruh, Philip, 1883-1962 Ontario Item
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PRPC0454

Ukrainian typescript under the photo on the album page reads: "Bishop Borecky is speaking at the banquet in honour of Father Ruh." Father Ruh is seated in the centre of the photo. Bishop Isidore Borecky stands to the left, commending Father Ruh during a banquet held in his honour before his departure for Europe to visit his family.

Toronto, Ontario.

PRPC0457

Ukrainian typescript under the photo on the album page reads: "Hundreds of members of the community, along with the clergy, sing long life and happiness." Father Ruh stands in the centre of those at the table, with his head bowed, and Bishop Isidore Borecky stands left of him, during the banquet given in Father Ruh’s honour before his departure for Europe to visit his family.

Toronto, Ontario.

PRPC0288

Addressed to: "Father Ruh, Post Office, Cook’s Creek, Manitoba, Can." Message: "Dear Father, Landed safely, I am praying every day and will keep on praying like you told me to. Love Alex Spelchuk." Photo postcard sent to Father Ruh.

Windsor, Ontario.

PRPC0456

Ukrainian typescript under the photo on the album page reads: "Monsignor Father receives recognition for his great work from the Bishop." Father Ruh, on the left, shakes hands with Bishop Isidore Borecky during the banquet held in his honour before his departure to visit his family.

Toronto, Ontario.

PRPC0292

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church was designed Father Ruh and built between 1956-1958.

Kenora, Ontario.

PRPC0293

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed by Father Ruh and built between 1956-1958.

Kenora, Ontario.

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