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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.

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

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 H. Unruh (1878-1961) fonds

  • CA CMBS CMBS Personal Papers: Unruh; Tapes: NA-1: 116 to 140; 142 to 147; 196-209; 211-212. NA-15: 30. NA-19: 1-6; 9. NA-16: 11, 12; Photographs: NP120-1
  • Fonds
  • 1850-1976

The A.H. Unruh fonds reflects Unruh's life as a preacher, teacher, and writer. It consists of sermons, some typed, many handwritten in the Gothic script. Most of Unruh's sermons are undated but his later sermons are recognizable by larger writing because his eye-sight was failing. Some sermons are in published form, cut out from various periodicals, many from The Voice, the MBBC periodical. In the fonds are Unruh's lecture notes from his teaching career at Pniel Bible School and at Mennonite Brethren Bible College. Records that document his writing are early Bible School textbooks, pamphlets, many articles, and his manuscript of Die Geschichte der Mennoniten-Bruedergemeinde. The book itself is in the J.A. Toews library. The CMBS audio-collection holds 46 casette tapes and 7 reel to reel tapes of Unruh's sermons. Also included are tapes of special occasions such as ordinations, the Unruhs' Golden Anniversary, and wedding sermons, and Unruh's funeral. Some of the records in this fonds are dated after Unruh's death because A.A. Unruh (son) seems to have added to the collection.

Unruh, Abrahma H., 1878-1961

Abraham Johann Friesen (1859-1920) and Maria Martens Friesen ( -1917) fonds

  • CA CMBS CMBS Personal Papers: Unruh; Tapes: NA-1: 116 to 140; 142 to 147; 196-209; 211-212. NA-15: 30. NA-19: 1-6; 9. NA-16: 11, 12; Photographs: NP120-1
  • Fonds
  • 1889-1922

The Abraham and Maria Friesen fonds consists of photocopies of correspondence by and to Abraham Friesen relating to his missionary work in India. Much of it is in regards to his financial support which was worked out in cooperation between the American Baptist Missionary Union and the Russian Mennonite Brethren. The letters are in the English language.

Friesen, Abraham Johann,1859-1920

Abraham Kroeker

  • CA CMBS CMBS Personal Papers, small collections K, File 11
  • Fonds
  • 1901, 1909, 1930, 1944

The material in this collection consists of selected short books and articles that Kroeker wrote. His records demonstrate his concern for Mennonites in Russia and his involvement with Raduga. Kroeker's book, My Flight from Russia published in 1932, is available in the J.A. Toews library both in the English and the German languages.

Kroeker, Abraham

Abraham Martens

  • CA CMBS CMBS Personal Papers
  • Fonds
  • before 1953

This collection contains copies of Abraham Martens' autobiography. Photocopies of the originals and typed transcriptions can be found in this collection. All the material is in German.

Martens, Abraham

Abraham Unger

  • CA CMBS CMBS Personal Papers
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1880, 194?, ca. 1990, 1996

The material in this collection consists of photographs of Abraham Unger and his family, genealogical charts and a report from Unger published in 1870.

Unger, Abraham

Abram A. Friesen (1885-1948) fonds

  • CA CMBS Small Collections F, File 6
  • Fonds
  • 1926-1935

The Abram A. Friesen fonds consists of photocopied correspondence, most of it between Friesen and David Toews of Rosthern, Saskatchewan. The correspondence relates to the Board of Colonization but is also of a personal nature. The letters are typed, and are predominantly in the German language.

Friesen, Abram A.,1885-1948

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