Metropolitan Andrij Sheptytckyj (Andrei Sheptytskyj) with Reverend Lev Sembrayovych in Winnipeg, Manitoba, during the Metropolitan's second visit to Canada. The back of the card bears identification written in pencil.
Black and white photo postcard of seven clergy seated in a field, Winnipeg, Manitoba, September 1921. Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytskyj is seated in the centre of the photo and Bishop Nykyta Budka seated third from the right.
[On the back of the postcard:] “Good old Ruh! Where are you hiding? I waited for you in vain – even though you’ve ploughed through everything and are unconquered, they give you no respect. Therefore come soon – we’re waiting for you. God be with you. Your Anton Sylla, OMI. [To] Rev. Fath. Ruh[,] Box 44[,] Portage la Prairie[,] Man."
Photo postcard of the Holy Ghost Polish Catholic Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Joe Stutt of St. John the Baptist Parish, in his role as Jesus in The Passion Play which was written and directed by Father Ruh and performed throughout local communities to raise money to continue construction of the new church which was rededicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1952 as the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Several interior and exterior photographs of Catholic Parish of the Holy Ghost in Winnipeg, Manitoba. On back: “Dear Father! We are celebrating Feast day of the ??? ??? of Holy Ghost Church. It will be great pleasure to have you with us on Nov 13th Monday noon ??? Please be there. ??? ??? your brother Father Kosakiewiez (?). Addressed to Philip Ruh.