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Ruh, Philip, 1883-1962 Manitoba With digital objects
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Cook's Creek Church

Known at the time as St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, Reverend Philip Ruh, OMI, has written on the back of the black and white photo postcard: "Cook's Creek - Church. Taken from - South-west, together with the front-fence ...

PRPC0047

Metropolitan Andrey Sheptycky on his cross-Canada tour in 1921, is seated second from the right, with Bishop Nicetas Budka centre left.September 29, 1921, Sifton, Manitoba.

PRPC0050

Mountain Road Church. Early stages in the construction of St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed by Father Ruh and built entirely of wood within eleven months, between 1924 and 1925. The church was built upon concrete footings.Mountain Roa...

PRPC0051

Parishioners stand at all levels of St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church during early stages in construction, while crowning the tall wooden columns are hardy men, waving their hats. Stacks of lumber lie in the foreground. The church was designed ...

PRPC0052

[Inscription on the front in Father Ruh’s writing:] Builded by Rev. Phil. Ruh at Mountain Road 1924-1925 [Inscription in Father Ruh’s hand on the back:] s(e)ize: 120 feet long—96 “ wide—120 “ highMountain Road, Manitoba.

PRPC0053

Mountain Road Church. St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, under construction, designed and built by Father Ruh between 1923 and 1924. The first church is still in use and lumber lies in the foreground as the parish congregates for a group photog...

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