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WGMC 49

This U-matic tape contains two episodes of the Coming Out! cable access tv program produced by the Winnipeg Gay Media Collective:Interviews with delegates to the Western Canada District Conference of the Metropolitan Community Church, Winnipeg, Ma...

Winnipeg Gay Media Collective

PRPC0061

Eight men on horseback, identified by Mary Yanchynski as a special procession gathered to greet the bishop.The location is possibly Mundare, Alberta.

PRPC0068

Preparations for religious service at the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, built c. 1919 by Father Anton Sylla, OMI, and Father Ruh.Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0298

Father Ruh and Komanetsky on the steps of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, designed by Father Ruh and begun in 1939.Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0192

St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church was designed by Father Ruh and begun in 1939. The church was designated a cathedral in 1948 and eventually was declared a provincial heritage site.Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0160

Two workers with a cement mixer and wheel barrows, during the construction of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh. The church was begun in 1939, was designated a cathedral in 1946, and eventually was declared...

PRPC0178

A gathering of people at the front entrance of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh. The construction was led by Mike Yanchynski who traveled from Cook’s Creek each spring for several years until the church wa...

PRPC0426

Ukrainian typescript at the bottom of the album page reads: "Various feasts at the monastery in Mundare, Alberta." Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church was the headquarters of the Basilian missionaries serving the Ukrainian immi...

PRPC0415

Father Ruh is seated, the second person on the left, with the Faryna family at their homestead.Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0760

“Selkirk Range, B.C., Lake Louise Laggan-Canada.” Illegible handwriting on back of postcard. Lake Louise, Alberta.

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