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H.H. Wall (Business Manager's) files

These records consist of correspondence (1948-1959), scattered CMBC reports (1948-1959), and minutes (1947-1948, 1953-1958, 1960), as well as a variety of financial records (three ledgers, correspondence, planning work re College budgets and financing of building projects).

The run of correspondence in these records is complete, but few reports are included and the minutes have many gaps. There are a few scattered minutes from 1947-1948, and no minutes at all for the years 1949-1952 in this series. The financial records pertain largely to building funds for the administration building. (Most of the financial ledgers of the College were passed on to subsequent business administrators.)

All the material in these files is original and is generally in good condition. The few onion-skin carbon copies have become fragile (some frayed edges). The legibility of the documents is good since most of the materials are typewritten. About 60% of the documents in these files are in the English language. The German language materials tend to be correspondence with senior CMBC board members such as J. J. Thiessen.

Wall, H.H.

Prairie Pioneers: The Mennonites of Manitoba

  • CA MHCA Videocassette No. 260
  • Série organique
  • [1992?]
  • Fait partie de Otto Klassen fonds

This film covers the 100 year anniversary of Mennonites in Manitoba in the context of the Manitoba centennial as well the other centennial celebrations in Winkler, Altona, Steinbach, Emerson and Plum Coulee. Significant scenes include the visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip to Steinbach in 1970, as well as a visit by Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. It includes short sequences showing the major Mennonite institutions includes Mennonite Collegiate Institute (Gretna), Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute, Westgate Mennonite Collegiate, Mennonite Brethren Bible College and College of Arts, Canadian Mennonite Bible College, Concordia Hospital and several of the large Winnipeg Mennonite churches. The film covers events such as community parades, a hymn sing at the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg and a thanksgiving celebration at the Winnipeg Arena in 1975. Other significant persons seen on this film include Manitoba premier Edward Schreyer, City of Winnipeg mayor Steve Juba, and alderman John Klassen of was in charge of the City of Winnipeg centennial celebrations. The film is narrated by Dr. Al Reimer.

Peter B. Paetkau textual files

Volume 5572
1-37 Private Journals of Peter Paetkau. – 1961-1990.
Volume 5573
1-17 Private Journals of Peter Paetkau. – 1991-2007.
18-19 Travel Journals of Peter Paetkau. – 1965-1980.
20-22 Seasons of Life - Peter Paetkau Autobiography. – 2004.
23-24 Peter Paetkau Letters Received. – 1960-1990.

  1. Peter Paetkau’s Sketches. – 1994-1998.
  2. Peter Paetkau’s Sketchbook. – 1995-2010.
    Volume 5574
    1 Twenty-five Expressions of the Christian Faith by Peter Paetkau. – 2011.
    2-4 Poetry of the New Millennium I by Peter Paetkau. – 2001.
    5-6 Poetry of the New Millennium II by Peter Paetkau. – 2001.
    7 Poetry and Commentary by Peter Paetkau. – 2001.
    8 Now Shepard the Sheep by Peter Paetkau. – 1971.
    9 Poetry by Fritz Senn 1935-1938 collected by Peter Paetkau.
    10 Loose writing and notes of Peter Paetkau. – 1996-2003.
    11-13 Poetry Anthology Annotated by Peter Paetkau. – 1967-1999.
    15-16 A Medley of Poetry and Prose by Peter Paetkau. – 1996-2004.
    17-20 Letters-Poetry-Prose-Reviews-Studies by Peter Paetkau. – 2009.
    21 Land of the Grand Dukes by Peter Paetkau. – 2006.
    22 Johann Cornies Defended by Peter Paetkau. – 1974.
    23 The Impact of Arnold Dyck by Peter Paetkau. – 1974.
    24The Wonder of the Whiteshell by Peter Paetkau. – 1996.
    25-27 Peter Paetkau’s Letters. -- 1989-2011.

Volume 5575
1 A Brief History of the Paetkau Family by Peter Paetkau. -- 1979.
2 Mennonite Settlement in Manitoba by Peter Paetkau. -- 1978.
3 Sperling Mennonite Settlement Marks 50th by Peter Paetkau 1976.
4 Sperling Mennonites Count Their Blessings by Peter Paetkau. -- 1976.
5 A History of the Sperling Mennonite Community by Harry Olfert. -- 1979.
Sperling Centennial News Paper. -- 2001.
7 Excerpts from The Story of the Mennonites compiled by Peter Paetkau.
8 Views of the 1870's Migrations by Contemporaries by C. Krahn. -- (1902-'90).
9 The Russian Mennonites and the Military Question 1921-1927 by John Toews.
10 The Fate of the Mennonites in the Volga-Ural Region, 1929-1941 by Peter Letkemann. -- (2000?).
11 Essays on Dutch Mennonites by Jan Gleysteen. -- (1977?).
12 Jacob Dyck Geneology compiled by Peter Paetkau. -- (1970?).
13 Correspondence on Genealogy received by Peter Paetkau. -- 1970.
14 Winkler's 5th Citizen of the Year Speech (transcribed by?) Peter Paetkau. -- 1967.
15 David Makes a Decision - short story by Melanie Paetkau. -- 1981.
16 Two sermons by Peter Paetkau (1881-1922) Ca. -- 1914.
17 Two unidentified Russian documents Ca. -- 1921.
18 Dominion of Canada Ration Books for Lena and Peter Paetkau. -- 194?-.
19-20 Predecessors of Peter J. Paetkau 1792- by Peter Paetkau. -- (1980?).
21 History of Gnadenthal 1880-1980 (by Peter Paetkau?). -- 1980.
22 The Principle and Price of Unity by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
23 No One is Beyond God's Reach by Peter Paetkau. -- 2008.
24 Articles on Mary Oyer compiled with foreword by Peter Paetkau.
25-26 Johann Paetkau and His Descendants 1799-1882 by Peter Paetkau and Anna Enns. -- 1980.
27 A Short History of the Paetkau Family 1715-1975 by P. Paetkau. -- 1975.
28 Stammbaum von Johann Cornies 1741-1953 by Jacob Kornelius Toews. -- 1953.
29 Selected Articles on Johann Martens translated by A. A. Toews.
30 Namen-Liste der Nachkommen unseres Kornelius Froese. -- (1969?).
31 The Genealogies of Related Families of Peter B. Paetkau and Mary Anne Paetkau nee Dyck (by Peter Paetkau). -- (1980?).
32 Predecessors of Mrs. Abram D. Paetkau by Peter Paetkau. -- (1965?).
33 Abraham Schmidt 1910-1971 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
34 Johann Paetkau 1759-1971 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
35 Bernhard Bergen 1769-1971 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
36 Cornelius Froese 1790-1971 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
37 History of Daniel D. Peters 1794-1879 and Descendants till 1973 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1973.
38-39 History of the Blocks by Peter Paetkau. -- 1970.
40 Assorted Obituaries collected by Peter Paetkau. -- 2007.
41-42 Mennonite Literary Society Letters and Office Papers. -- 1971-1983.
43 Parallel Press Club Minutes and Letters. -- 1984.
44-45 Winnipeg Bach Festival Minutes, Letters, and Programs. -- 1979-1987 1987.
1 A Brief History of the Paetkau Family by Peter Paetkau. -- 1979.
2 Mennonite Settlement in Manitoba by Peter Paetkau. -- 1978.
3 Sperling Mennonite Settlement Marks 50th by Peter Paetkau 1976.
4 Sperling Mennonites Count Their Blessings by Peter Paetkau. -- 1976.
5 A History of the Sperling Mennonite Community by Harry Olfert. -- 1979.
Sperling Centennial News Paper. -- 2001.
7 Excerpts from The Story of the Mennonites compiled by Peter Paetkau.
8 Views of the 1870's Migrations by Contemporaries by C. Krahn. -- (1902-'90).
9 The Russian Mennonites and the Military Question 1921-1927 by John Toews.
10 The Fate of the Mennonites in the Volga-Ural Region, 1929-1941 by Peter Letkemann. -- (2000?).
11 Essays on Dutch Mennonites by Jan Gleysteen. -- (1977?).
12 Jacob Dyck Geneology compiled by Peter Paetkau. -- (1970?).
13 Correspondence on Genealogy received by Peter Paetkau. -- 1970.
14 Winkler's 5th Citizen of the Year Speech (transcribed by?) Peter Paetkau. -- 1967.
15 David Makes a Decision - short story by Melanie Paetkau. -- 1981.
16 Two sermons by Peter Paetkau (1881-1922) Ca. -- 1914.
17 Two unidentified Russian documents Ca. -- 1921.
18 Dominion of Canada Ration Books for Lena and Peter Paetkau. -- 194?-.
19-20 Predecessors of Peter J. Paetkau 1792- by Peter Paetkau. -- (1980?).
21 History of Gnadenthal 1880-1980 (by Peter Paetkau?). -- 1980.
22 The Principle and Price of Unity by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
23 No One is Beyond God's Reach by Peter Paetkau. -- 2008.
24 Articles on Mary Oyer compiled with foreword by Peter Paetkau.
25-26 Johann Paetkau and His Descendants 1799-1882 by Peter Paetkau and Anna Enns. -- 1980.
27 A Short History of the Paetkau Family 1715-1975 by P. Paetkau. -- 1975.
28 Stammbaum von Johann Cornies 1741-1953 by Jacob Kornelius Toews. -- 1953.
29 Selected Articles on Johann Martens translated by A. A. Toews.
30 Namen-Liste der Nachkommen unseres Kornelius Froese. -- (1969?).
31 The Genealogies of Related Families of Peter B. Paetkau and Mary Anne Paetkau nee Dyck (by Peter Paetkau). -- (1980?).
32 Predecessors of Mrs. Abram D. Paetkau by Peter Paetkau. -- (1965?).
33 Abraham Schmidt 1910-1971 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
34 Johann Paetkau 1759-1971 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
35 Bernhard Bergen 1769-1971 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
36 Cornelius Froese 1790-1971 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1971.
37 History of Daniel D. Peters 1794-1879 and Descendants till 1973 by Peter Paetkau. -- 1973.
38-39 History of the Blocks by Peter Paetkau. -- 1970.
40 Assorted Obituaries collected by Peter Paetkau. -- 2007.
41-42 Mennonite Literary Society Letters and Office Papers. -- 1971-1983.
43 Parallel Press Club Minutes and Letters. -- 1984.
44-45 Winnipeg Bach Festival Minutes, Letters, and Programs. -- 1979-1987 1987.
46 Russian Mennonite Studies. -- 1975-1979.
47 Chair in Mennonite Studies lectures. -- 1979-1985.
48 Mennonite Community Orchestra. -- 1986.
49 Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society. -- 1975-1985.

Ike Froese Native Ministry files

This series consist of the following files:
Volume 5678

  1. MPM / NM correspondence. – 1973-1992.
  2. Newspaper clippings re. Native Ministry issues and news. – 1963-2003.
  3. About MPM and Native Ministry personnel (clippings, reports, listings). – 1974-1993.
  4. Y.O.U. and Winnipeg MPM ministries. – 1967-1987.
  5. Christian Missions – relations to Native religion and thought (papers mainly by Mennonite writers). – 1969-1989.
  6. Saulteaux Language: paper by Ernie Sawatzky and CMBC summer language school. – 1974.
  7. Native Reserves and tribes (Canada): Essays by Menno Wiebe, Leonard Doell, Ken Reddig and other materials. – 1973-1984.
  8. Native Land-claim issues: papers by Rene Fumoleau, Lawrence Klippenstein. -- 1977, 1984.

Volume 5679

  1. MPN Early history
  2. Native Ministries – 1970.
  3. Native Ministries – 1971.
  4. Native Ministries – 1972.
  5. Native Ministries – 1973.
  6. Native Ministries – 1974.
  7. Native Ministries – 1975.
  8. Native Ministries – 1976.
  9. Native Ministries – 1977.
  10. Native Ministries – 1978.
  11. Native Ministries – 1979.
  12. Native Ministries – 1980s, 1990s.

Ike and Margaret Froese Photograph collection

This series consists of the following photographs:
696:1 Retirement of Jeremiah Ross. - 23 Aug 1998. - 15X10cm;col..
This photo show a group of four men and 2 women, including Jeremiah Ross, Mennonite minister at Cross Lake,
Manitoba for thirty years.
696:2 Morning and Evening Service programs. - 23 Aug 1998. - 15X10cm;col..
This image is a photograph of the morning and evening order of program for the retirement of Jeremiah Ross of Cross
Lake, Manitoba.
696:3 Retirement of Jeremiah Ross. - 23 Aug 1998. - 15X10cm;col..
This photo shows the guests at the head table and the banner on the wall saying "Welcome "Jeremiah Ross -- on his
retirement as Mennonite minister for over 30 years."
696:4 Retirement of Jeremiah Ross. - 23 Aug 1998. - 15X10cm;col..
This photo shows Jeremiah Ross sitting at a table being congratuated.
696:5 Group of women at the retirement of Jeremiah Ross.. - 23 Aug 1998. -
This photo shows women sitting at tables eating.
696:6 At Cross Lake, Manitoba. - 23 Aug 1998. - 15X10cm;col..
This photo shows a building that could be used for community event.
696:7 At the Retirement of Jeremiah Ross from 30 years of ministry. - 23 Aug 1998. -
15X10cm;col..
This photo shows Jeremiah Ross (right) with another man from Cross Lake, Manitoba.
696:8 At the Retirement of Jeremiah Ross from 30 years of ministry. - 23 Aug 1998. -
15X10cm;col..
This photo shows Jeremiah Ross (left) with another man from Cross Lake, Manitoba.
696:9 At the Retirement of Jeremiah Ross from 30 years of ministry. - 23 Aug 1998. -
15X10cm;col..
This photo shows Otto Hamm (3rd from the left) with 3 other men at Cross Lake, Manitoba.
696:10 At the Retirement of Jeremiah Ross from 30 years of ministry. - 23 Aug 1998. -
15X10cm;col..
This photo shows people who attended the retirement who were at one time workers with Mennonite Pioneer Mission or
Native Ministries -- (l-r): Henry Neufeld, __, Elna Neufeld, Hilda Franz, ___, Lawrence Klippenstein and
Walter Franz.
696:11 At Selkirk Christina Fellowship Church. - ca. 1990?. - 13x9cm;col..
This photo shows a group of approximately 20 people standing outside in front of the church in Selkirk, Manitoba. Jake
and Mary Wiebe and Margaret Froese are in the front right side.
696:12 Together we come in the Spirit: artwork by Terry Widrick. - 1990s?. - 13x9cm;col..
This photo shows one of Terry Widrick's work's of aboriginal art depicting a white man with a book and an aboriginal
man with a peace pipe.
696:13 Terry Widrick graduation from CMBC. - 1991. - 13x9cm;col..
This photo shows CMBC President John Neufeld and academic dean Gerald Gerbrandt presenting Terry Widrick with
his degree.
696:14 At Terry Widrick's commissioning/installation. - 5 May 1991. - 13x9cm;col..
This photo is of a group that was present at Terry Widrick's commissioning service at Selkirk Christian Fellowship
including Neil Heinrichs and Jake & Trudy Unrau.
696:15 Terry & Cara Widnick family. - 1991?. - 13x9cm;col..
This photo shows Terry Widnick with his wife snuggled up close to him on the couch.
696:16 At Selkirk Christian Fellowship. - 1991?. - 13x9cm;col..
This photo shows Jake and Mary Wiebe and Trudie and Jake Unrau singing together while standing behind a pulpit.
696:17 At Jake & Trudie Unrau's retirement. - 1 Feb 1985. - 13x9cm;col..
This photo shows Jake and Trudie Unrau, the first missionaries with Mennonite Pioneer Mission, at their retirement
after 63 years of service. The event took place at the Holy Eucharist Hall in Selkirk.
696:18 Visit of South American Delegation to Manigotogan. - 1990. - 13x9cm;col..
This photo shows Theodore Neufeld, Basilio torres, Eduardo Teichreib, Dietrich Pana and Willy Guenther. (See report
in Intotemak, Vol. XIX, No. 4)

Family documents and genealogies

This series consist of 3 volumes of files. They are:
Volume 5670

  1. Indexes to Pioneer Section of Steinbach Cemetery (numerical, alphabetical and by status).
  2. Todesbericht der kleinen Gemeine nach Gerhard D. Doerksen Register [report of deaths in the Kleine Gemeinde]. – 1837-1944. – 11 pp.
  3. List of deaths. – 1811-2008, predominantly 1875-1908. – 4 pp.
  4. Original and Photocopy: Johan Esau (Rosenfeld) Journal containing death register of persons over 14 years of age associated with the Kleinegemeinde and Holdeman Church, and other materials. – 1905.
  5. Transfer [of burial] remains from the property of Johann & Maria Schellenberg Jr and Johan & Elizabeth Schellenberg Sr. to the Rosenfeld Cemetery [in the Spring of 1993].
  6. About the contested will of Anton R. Schellenberg (1909-2000) in 2002. [Sandi Neufeld vs. Erdman B. Schellenberg] court records.
  7. Photocopy: Franz Harder (b. 1854) family register journal
  8. Family information about the children, grandchildren and siblings of Peter Schellenberg (1884-1934)
  9. Letter from Mrs. Helen Schellenberg (St. Catharines, ON?) to Henry H. Schellenberg (Morden, MB), dated 10 May 1996.
  10. Katharina Rempel (Mrs. Diedrich Isaac) (b. 1847) research correspondence & notes
  11. Descendants of Dietrich Isaac and Anna Penner (Kleine Gemeinde Mennonites)…/ compiled by Beverly Hunter Ager. (March 1986).
  12. Genealogy of Jacob Isaak (1813-1973) / [compiled by K. Peters]; Descendants of Philip Isaak (1694) – 6 pages and 3 pages.
  13. Reminiscences of the past by Abraham Isaac at seventy-eight / translated by Abe. J. Unruh. [Note: there are two copies at CMBS, but none in CMU MHL.]
  14. EMB (Evangelical Mennonite Brethren / Brüderthaler) research material including Peter B. Schmidt’s early member list and translated excerpts from EMB conferences from 1912 and 1917. Also, “A record kept by Rev. Peter B. Schmidt” [original notebook].
  15. Geographical information on Schellenberg, Liechtenstein.
  16. Johann Schellenberg 1829-1921 / compiled by Wilfred Schellenberg. – 1987. – 5 lvs.
  17. 5-generation pedigree charts arranged alphabetically / completed by Ed Schellenberg and others. (original binder was labelled “Barkman”.)
  18. “The Schellenberg Family Tree” family groups sheets submitted, collected and compiled including surnames such as Biliski, Wieler, Nickel, Giesbrecht, and others.
  19. Jacob Martens Journal . – 1843(?)-1922(?). This item begins with gothic handwritten copies of sermons, poems, and letters dated in 1843 and 1844 in Alexanderdorf and Tiegenhagen, Molotschna, followed by the “Familienregister” of the Jacob Martens family of Tiegenhagen (Jacob Martens b. 1806, married to Maria Wilms b. 1811) (writing in the first person), followed by the family register of Jacob Martens b. 1831 of Ohrloff, and then the Kornelius Wall family of Ohrloff (Kornelius Wall b. 1800 d. 1860 and married to Judit Reimer b. 1808 d.1878) and other families. The book also includes additional poems, recipes for home remedies and other statistical data. [Mostly German handwritten gothic script, one page in Russian].
  20. Financial ledger. 1884-1906. This item records transactions of individuals by village of residence in Manitoba’s Mennonite East Reserve including villages of Steinbach 1884, Bergfeld 1884, Rosenfeld 1884, Blumenhoff 1884, Gruenfeld 1884, Lichtenau 1884, Grunttal 1884, Eigenhof 1884, Neuanlage 1884, Blumenort 1884, Schoenwiese 1883, Chortitz 1884, Gnadenort 1883, Schontahl 1884, Reichenbach 1885, Schoensee 1883, Blumstein 1883, Rosengard 1884, Blumengard 1885, Barwol 1883, Heubuden 1885, Steinbach 1885, Gnadenfeld 1885, and others.
  21. Jacob Sawatzky journal. – 1890(?)-1908(?). Jacob Sawatzky (1839-1900) is the first writer in this notebook which also includes a record of other daily activities. Other family members made entries as well.
  22. Descendants of Bernhard Schellenberg (1801) and Magaretha Wall (1803). 17 lvs, as well as correspondence from John Schellenberg (Winnipeg) about Schellenberg reunions (1979) and Aberdeen, SK (1991)
  23. Auszug aus dem alten deutsch-mennonitschen Kirchenbuch der Kirche zu Pawlowka (frueher Neu-Osterwick)…. Familie “Schellenberg”. This item starts with Bernhard Schellenberg (1759). (single page); also, Family of Johann Schellenberg (1866-1919) and Helena Schellenberg (later Redekopp) (1869-1960).
  24. Descendants of Abram von Riesen (Friesen) (1756-1810) and Margaretha Wiebe (1754-1810): compilation from various sources.
  25. A Peek into the Past: Schellenberg Then [and] Now / written and compiled by Mavis Dyck. – 1998. – 64 pages plus coloured photocopied photographs, 8 pages.
  26. Descendants of Jacob Hamm (1827), 16 pages and photocopies from a family Bible.
  27. Descendants of Peter Rempel (1844), 9 pages and 18 pages; Descendants of Heinrich Rempel (1855), 37 pages.
  28. Descendants of Johan J. Schellenberg (1755), 18 pages.
  29. Descendants of Heinrich Wiebe (1730), 22 pages.
  30. Maps of Manitoba municipalities: Hanover, Montcalm, Morris, Rhineland, La Broquerie, Stanley and Ste. Anne. – 1968, 1970. These maps show the location of schools.
  31. The Martin Friesen Genealogy / by Frank E. Friesen. – 1976. – 33 pages; Genealogy “folder” collected and compiled by Cornelius H. Friesen containing information on his paternal and maternal sides (Johann Friesen b. 1849-paternal/David Friesen b. 1856-maternal) and his wife’s lineage (she also was a Friesen, daughter of Martin Friesen (1859).
  32. Descendants of Anton A. Schellenberg (1805). – 3 pages; Descendants of Bernhard B. Schllenberg (1800). – 15 pages; Descendants of Jakob Pauel Schellenberg (1696). – 69 pages.
  33. Descendants of Jacob Falk (1818-1885) / compiled by Henry B. Falk. – ca. 1970. – 76 pages.
  34. Descendants of Jakob Braun (1750). – 3 pages.
  35. Gerhard Heinrich Unruh (1870) and Helen (Voth ) Unruh / compiled by Marlene (Unruh) Neustaedter, granddaughter. – 2 pages.
  36. Descendants of Cornelius Enns (1743). – 4 pages.
  37. A story of the good old times / P.J. Sawatsky. – 6 pages. About David Schellenberg (1861); Highlights of the Life story of Mr. David Schellenberg (1861-1955) / written in December 1944, translated from the German by granddaughter Susan Schroeder. -- 10 pages; Descendants of Anton Anton Schellenberg (1823). – 2 pages; Correspondence between Judy Valckx and the Pieper family, owners of the property near Gretna, where a Schellenberg family cemetery is located. – 1998. – 6 pages. Family group sheets, photocopied photos, and newspaper clippings for Jacob Schellenberg (1918-1956) and his children and grandchildren; Descendants of Johan Anton Schellenberg (1839). – 12 pages.
  38. Descendants of Tobias Hans Schellenberg (1603). –25 pages.
  39. Descendants of Abraham Peter Rempel (1877) and other materials.
  40. Rempel Fest, Steinbach, Manitoba, July 30-31, 1972 about descendants and family history of Heinrich Rempel (1855-1926) and Margaretha Rempel (1853-1921).
  41. Johann L. Schellenberg (Chortitz) Rechenbuch (financial ledger) purchased in 1911. This item contains some pages of financial data from 1917-1922, as well as songs and poems for Christmas, New Years, genealogical data back to Bernhard Schellenberg (1801) who was married to Margaretha Wall (1804). This is a gothic hand-written ledger. [original].

    Volume 5671

  42. Family Records of Jacob Hamm (1867-1940) / compiled by Menno Hamm (Steinbach). – 2000. – 58 pages; Descendants of Martin Hamm (1740). – 3 pages; Descendants of Johann Johann Hamm (1771). – 11 pages; Descendants of Elizabeth Heinrich Hamm (1798) married to Jakob G. Schellenberg (1792). – 6 pages.
  43. Descendants of Julius Kroeker (1740), 11 pp
  44. Descendants of Abraham B. Rempel (1798); Descendants of Martin Rempel (1823).
  45. Descendants of Jakob J. Braun (1816); Descendants of Johann J. Braun (1823).
  46. Descendents of Johan A Schellenberg (1839), 12 pages; Descendents of Gerhard J. Schellenberg (1725), 66 pages.
  47. Schellenberg History / compiled by Judy (Judith Schellenberg) Valckx (Calgary), 1999
  48. Genealogy compiled by Leona S. Schulz (b.1931) in December 1991 which contains sections on the descendants of Johann Schulz (1835), Jacob Werner (1801), David Hübert (1818), Jacob Hiebert (1829) and Maria Hildebrand (1829) (and her brother).
  49. Braun family documents: Photocopy of Johann Braun (1858),(Eigengrund) notebook; Photocopy of Abram Braun (1860) (Eigengrund) writings; photocopy of Anna (Falk) Braun’s funeral expenses, 1938; Abram Braun (1860-1919) last will and testament.
  50. Photocopies of the writings of Heinrich Peter Rempel (1855-1926). (Gothic hand-written German)
  51. Photocopy of Bernhard Wiebe Descendants (publication), 107 pages.
  52. Family group sheets starting with Tobias Hans Schellenberg (1603); Descendants of Gerhard G. Schellenberg (1757), 9 pp; Descendants of Tobias Hans Schellenberg (1603), 19 pp; Descendants of Tobias Hans Schellenberg (1603), 68 pp; Descendants of Gerhard J. Schellenberg (1725) from Irma Jupp, 5 pp; Descendants of Peter Teichgraw (1751), 2 pp; document: Theilungs ? Verschreibung (about Katharina Teichgräb (b. ca. 1834) who was married to David Schellenberg b. 1836); Descendants of Gerhard Schellenberg (1726) from Irma Jupp, 4 pp; Descendants of Paul Schellenberg (1634) from Bob Strong, 1998. – 82 pp.
  53. Cemetery records: Blumenort (NW22-7-6), Eigengrund, Felsenten (Unger family), Schellenberg cemetery records and others.
  54. Descendants of Michael Blatz (1760). – 12 pages; Blatz Family history 1760-1975 / Joan Carolyn Blatz. – 32 pages.
  55. Descendants of Nickolaus Braun (1775). – 20 pages; Descendants of Anna Braun (ca. 1823) who married i)Christigan Schlabach ii)Bernhard Warkentin. – 50 pages; Part of the descendants of Jacob Braun (1791); Biography of Abram Braun (1860-1919) and Anna Falk Braun (1866-1938) / researched and written by Kenneth A. Braun and Lois (Nickel) Braun. – 16 lvs.
  56. Descendants of Abraham Corneltzen (ca. 1700).
  57. Descendants of Abraham von Riesen (1756). 9 pages, 10 pages plus chart.
  58. My family tree: the history of the Harms’ [ for Mr. Henry Fast, Mennonite History 305] / by Heidi Harms. – 1989.
  59. Descendants of Wilhelm Giesbrecht (ca. 1727). – 12 pages; Considering the story of Giesbrecht in the Danzig area / Arthur Giesbrecht. – 5 pages.
  60. Descendants of Abraham Kauenhowen (1620). – 14 pages.
  61. Descendants of Johan Koop (ca. 1740). – 7 pages.
  62. Descendants of Heinrich Jacob Neufeld (1779).
  63. Descendants of Heinrich Penner (1750). – 11 pages; Descendants of Heinrich H. Penner (1810-1884). – 22 pages; Descendants of Heinrich T [P]enner (1777). – 18 pages.
  64. Descendants of Jacob Reimer (1811). – 6 pages.
  65. Descendants of Christigan Schlabach (ca. 1817). -- 2008. – 12 pages and 39 pages.
  66. Descendants of Heinrich Schmidt (1752). – 5 pages.
  67. Descendants of Julius Toews (1741). – 4 pages; Descendants of Cornelius Toews (1737). – 8 pages.
  68. Cornelius Stoesz Genealogy (1731-1811) (photocopy of handwritten genealogy)
  69. Descendants of Peter Unger (1753). – 31 pages.
  70. Descendants of Martin M. Warkentin (1764). – 6 pages; Descendants of Johan Warkentin (1748). – 18 pages; The Ancestry of Heinrich Warkentin 1824/1910 / by Carl Bangs. – 5 pages; Heinrich Warkentin (1824-1910) / compiled by Solomon S. Ediger. – various paginations; The Warkentin House brochure and correspondence, 1971.
  71. Descendants of Heinrich Wiebe (ca. 1730). -- 22 pages; Descendants of Peter Wiebe (ca. 1735). – 14 pages; Descendants of Peter P. Wiebe (1755). – 8 pages; Descendants of Jacob P. Wiebe (1799). – 6 pages; Descendants of Jakob J. Wiebe (1829). – 4 pages; The Generation of Peter I. Wiebe 1829-1901. – 20 pages; Descendants of Johan Heinrich Wiebe (1804). –7 pages and other materials; Descendants of Bernhard Wiebe (1821). – 2 pages; Descendants of Jakob B. Wiebe (1886). – 2 pages.
  72. Descendants of Diedrich Klassen (1809) [father of Johann D. Klassen (1828-1886]. – 6 pages.
  73. Familien Register der Familien Peter P. Reimer, Frau Jacob K.L. Friesen und Witwe Peter P. Reimer geb. Margaretha Fast (1965 publication). – 46 pages. [photocopy]
  74. Eine kurze Beschreibung des Aeltesten Abraham Friesen : zu Ohrloff an der Molotschna Süd Russland anno 1820 [ photocopy]. – printed by Paul Springer, Beatrice, Nebraska, 1904. – 12 pages.
  75. [untitled document about family history of Peter Hildebrand (1762-1825) / written by Hugo Hildebrand. – 26 pages.
  76. Correspondence Ed Schellenberg received from Maria Kroeker re. Schellenberg genealogy.
  77. Descendants of Paul Schellenberg 1634-1719 & their families / Bob & Barb Strong. – 1998. – 299 pages.
  78. Descendants of Jakob J. Schellenberg (1721). – 143 pages and 54 pages.
  79. Descendants of Hans Schellenberg (1538). – 27 pages; Descendants of Tobias Hans Schellenberg (1603). – 23 pages; Descendants of Jakob Pauel Schellenberg (1696). – 15 pages.
  80. Descendants of Gerhard Jakob Schellenberg (1725). – 36 pages; Descendants of Jakob Gerhard Schellenberg (1772). – 17 pages; Descendants of Gerhard Gerhard Schellenberg (1757). – 20 and 11 pages; Descendants of Johan Jakob Schellenberg (1755). – 4 and 3 pages. Descendants of Aron Gerhard Schellenberg (1774). – 27 pages.
  81. Desceneants of Johan Anton Schellenberg (1839). – 38 and 11 pages; Descendants of Anton Gerhard Schellenberg (1774). – 41 and 33 pages; Descendants of David Anton Schellenberg (1832). – 12 pages.
  82. Bernhard Schellenbergg 1801-?; Descendants of Bernhard Bernhard Schellenberg (1800). – 11 pages; Descendants of Kornelius Bernhard Schellenberg (1832). – 2 pages; Descendants of Johan Bernhard Schellenberg (1829). – 5 pages; Descendants of Bernhard Jakob Schellenberg (1759). – 5 pages; Descendnants of Bernhard Johann Schellenberg (1852). – 3 pages; Descendants of Abraham Jacob Schellenberg (1807). – 2 pages.
  83. Two Certificates of Birth for John Schellenberg b.22 April 1923 in R.M. of Montcalm issued in 1947 and 1988.

Volume 5672

  1. The Esau Family Tree 1740-1933 / compiled and published by Johan K. Esau; Cornelius Esau Genealogy 1772. – 1988. –10 pages; Family Record….including a period from 1740 until 1933… /compiled and brought forward by Johann K. Esau – This family record was brought up to date January 30, 1965 by Mrs. Eugene Toews and Kathleen Schmidt. -- 72 pages.
  2. Descendants of Johan Friedrich Schultz (ca. 1730). – 2 pages; The Schultz Family: A history / Dr. Arnold C. Schultz. – 18 pages; The Schultz Family: A history second edition 1979 / Arnold C. Schultz. – 40 pages; Dalmeny Bible Church 75th Anniversary 1904-1979. – 16 pages.
  3. The Family History of Beranrd Unger 1863 and his wife Katharina Bergen 1872 / compiled by Jake Unger. – 10 pages. Hand-written Unger family submission related to Unger gathering August 12&13, 2000 in Carman, Manitoba.
  4. The Rempel Geneology 1843-1985: the Rempel Family Story by Ed Rempel / by Marilyn (Rempel) Harms and Esther (Bartel) Whiteman. – 62 pages.
  5. Unrau Schellenberg Friesen Family 1858-1998. This item contains mainly family group sheets prepared by Henry B. Unrau, Edmonton, AB in 1998.
  6. Family group sheets for Schellenberg Ancestors. This binder has 18 labelled tabs starting with Anton Schellenberg 1772 and ending with Susanna Schellenberg 1887.
  7. The Abraham Schellenberg Family History / by Dr. T.R. Schellenberg. – May 1968. – 66 pages.
  8. Chart showing 3 generations of early Schellenbergs starting with Paul Schellenberg (ca. 1634-1719) / Henry Schapansky(?) including sources of R.D. Thiessen / Plett; Tafel I: Entwurf einer Stammtafel der mennonitischen Schellenbergs; Tafel II: Schellenbergs in Alt – und West-Preussen und in Russland.
  9. Description of our moves as far as I can recall re. Jacob and Anna Guenther.
  10. Reflections by Dave Schellenberg [photocopy of publication]. – September 1, 1972. – 44 pages.
  11. Geschichte der Schellenberg und Schellenberger , 11 pages; Geschichte der Herren von Schellenberg / Johann Baptist Büchel, 73 pages (not complete).
  12. Schellenberg ne Warkentine (begins with Heinrich Warkentine (1824-1910).
  13. Descendants of Jakob Barkman (1765). – 21 pages; Descendants of Martin Jakob Barkman (1796). – 12 pages; Descendants of Jakob Jakob Barkman (1820). –3 pages; Descendants of Jacob Martin Barkman (1824). – 18 pages; Descendants of Peter Peter Barkman (1861). – 5 pages; The Barkman Family (Jakob Barkman, 1824-1875). – pages 2-9; Familien=Verzeichnis des Martin J. Barkman, Rükkenau, Rüszland / printed by Jakob G. Barkman. – 1900. – 8 pages.
  14. Jacob Braun (1750) and Jacob Braun 1791 descendancy charts / Henry Schapansky; Descendants of Jakob Braun (1750). – 15 pages; Descendants of Johan Jacob Braun (1823). – 8 pages; Descendants of Anna John Braun (ca. 1818). – 15 pages; Ancestors to Jacob Braun 1826-1919 / prepared by Ernie Braun. –2 leaves; The Braun Family Tree [Johann Braun 1823]. – no pagination; Photocopy of 31-paged notebook; Johan J. Braun, Son of Jacob & Henrietta (Unger) Braun / written by daughter Sara, Mrs. Cornelius Peters and daughter Tina Gollan. –10 pages typescript; Stammbuch der Familie Peter Braun / Paul O. Janzen. – 2006. – 19 pages.
  15. Descendants of Bernard Brandt (ca. 1755)[detailed report]. – 9 pages; Descendants of Bernard Brandt (ca. 1755). – 9 pages.
  16. Descendants of Abraham Doerksen (1805). – 9 pages; Descendants of David Dirksen. – 3 pages.
  17. Descendants of Johan Dueck (ca. 1750). –13 pages.
  18. Descendants of Peter Epp (ca. 1690). – 10 pages; Descendants of Peter Epp (ca. 1690). – 21 pages.
  19. Excerpts from Family Tree: Jakob K. Friesen 1822-1875 / Jakob G. Friesen and Frank P. Wiebe. – 1968; Descendants of Abraham Abraham Von-Riesen (1752). – 23 pages; Descendants of Jacob Friesen (ca. 1782). – 11 pages; Descendants of Abram Friesen (1844). – 5 leaves; Descendants of Gerhard Heinrich Friesen (1871). – 2 pages; MGI letter re. Abraham Friesen & Barbara Bartel. – 4 leaves; [Funk family history] / compiled by Henry F. Funk. – 1974. – 29 pages; Descendants of Johan Funk (1813); Descendants of Hans Funk (1749). – 15 pages; Descendants of Cornelius Fast (1813). – 2 pages; Descendants of David Fehr (1831). – 1 page.
  20. Descendants of Abraham Ginter (1796). – 5 pages; Descendants of Gerhard Jakob Goossen (1779). – 4 pages.
  21. Descendants of Jacob Hoeppner (ca. 1723). – 4 pages; Descendants of Jacob Hoeppner (ca. 1723). – 3 pages; Descendants of Johan Johan Hiebert (1777). – 2 pages; Descendants of Johan Hoge (1771). – 7 pages.
  22. [Kauenhowen Descendants] / compiled by J.W. Wohlgemuth. – 17 leaves; Familienregister der Nachkommen von Abraham E. und Maria Kornelsen / G.U. Kornelsen & V.H. Kornelsen. – 62 pages; Descendants of Johan Koop (1739). – 5 pages; Descendants of Johan Koop (1739). – 7 pages; Descendants of Cornelius Frank Kroeker (1862). – 2 pages; Descendants of Julius Kroeker (ca. 1740). – 8 pages; misc. pages.
  23. Descendants of Isaak Loewen (1735). – 13 pages; Descendants of Isaak Loewen (1735). – 17 pages; Descendants of Paul Loewen (1735). – 31 pages.
  24. Descendants of Heinrich Jacob Neufeld (1759). – 3 pages; Descendants of David Jacob Neufeld (1875). –10 pages; Letter and materials sent by Lori Neufeld. – 1994; translation of letters written by Jacob Neufeld of Liebenau and published in the Menn. Rundschau. – 1895-1908; Connecting with my roots / Frieda Neufeld. – 1997. – 17 pages; Descendants of Erdman Nikel (1784). –8 pages.
  25. Descendants of Thomas H. Mooney (1830). – 5 & 3 pages.
  26. About Johan J. Olfert (1845) family. -- 4 leaves.
  27. Descendants of Peter Penner (ca. 1750). –26 pages; Descendants of Heinrich Penner (1750). – 11 pages.
  28. Descendants of Klaas Heinrich Reimer (1770). – 14 pages; Descendants of Aron Jakob Reimer (1762). – 14 pages; Love God and your neighbour too / Helnrich R. and Helena Reimer. – 31 pages.
  29. Descendants of Johan Rempel (ca. 1740). – 86 & 158 pages.
  30. Descendants of Jacob Abraham Rempel (1844). – 24 pages; Descendants of Abraham Wilhelm Rempel (1813). – 22 pages; Descendants of Jakob Heinrich Rempel (1890). – 2 pages; Descendants of Heinrich Peter Rempel (1855). – 3 pages; Descendants of Bernard Johan Rempel (1762). – 10 pages.
  31. Descendants of Johan Johan Sawatzky (1720). – 3 pages; Chart showing descendants of Abram Sawatzki (1817) / Carl Bangs. – 1971.
  32. Descendants of Hans Schellenberg (ca. 1538). – 72 & 48 pages.
  33. Descendants of Jakob Jakob Schellenberg (1721). – 5 & 8 pages; Descendants of Johan Jakob Schellenberg (1755). – 5 pages; Descendants of Gerhard Jakob Schellenberg (1725). – 67 pages; Descendants of Gerhard Gerhard Schellenberg (1757). – 11 & 23 pages; Descendants of Jakob Gerhard Schellenberg (1772). – 19 pages; Descendants of Jakob Gerhard Schellenberg (1792). – 6 pages.
  34. Descendants of Jakob Gerhard Schellenberg (1772). – 45 pages; Descendants of Aron Gerhard Schellenberg (1774). – 29 & 7 pages; Descendants of Anton Anton Schellenberg (1805). – 16 & 67 pages.
  35. Jacob Schellenberg (1799) [records]
  36. Ed “Erdman” Schellenberg’s research notes, correspondence, family group sheets and other materials.
  37. Descendants of Cornelius Toews (1737). – 97 pages; Descendants of Johan Cornelius Toews (1793). – 14 pages; Descendants of Peter Peter Toews (1795). – 14 pages; Descendants of Cornelius Johan Toews (1836). – 5 & 14 pages; Descendants of Julius Toews (1741). – 4 pages; Jacob B. Toews Family Register 1855-1938 / compiled by Frank & Winnie Barkman (Swalwell, Alberta). – 37 pages; Family Record of Jacob Wiebe Toews (1836-1920).
  38. David Unruh Family History / by Lydia Eck Cooper. – 1959. – 42 pages; Descendants of Jakob Heinrich Unrau (ca. 1835). – 2 pages.
  39. Descendants of Rev. Andreas Vogt (1854). – 5, 2 & 3 pages.
  40. Descendants of Hans Warkentin (1662). – 9 pages; Descendants of Johan Warkentin (1735). – 5 pages; Descendants of Johan Warkentin (1748). –12 & 48 pages; Descendants of Martin Martin Warkentin (1764). – 15 pages; Descendants of Heinrich Warkentin (1824). – 3 & 3 pages; Descendants of Elizabeth Warkentin (1846). – 7 pages.
  41. Jakob Wiebe Schoenau – Molotschna Province Taurien South Russia 1799-1856 / compiled by Frank P. Wiebe. – 1966. –no pagination; Descendants of Peter Wiebe (ca 1720). – 19 & 10 pages; Descendants of Jakob Johan Wiebe (1835). – 7 pages; Descendants of Peter Wiebe (1763). – 20 pages; Abraham Frederick Wiens (1834). – 7 leaves.
  42. Predigree Charts for Erdman Benjamin “Ed” Schellenberg (1928), Romelda Catherine Rempel (1930), and others.
  43. Misc. memorabalia: sample business letter for Schellenberg Sales & Services, personal card from MP Jake Epp, and a program from the Queen Elizabeth Royal visit to Steinbach on July 14, 1970 which includes a commemorative coin.

Ed Schellenberg photograph collection

This series consists of 83 photographs. They are:
694:1 Ed Schellenberg. - 2000?. - 10X15 cm;col..
This photo shows Ed Schellenberg, smiling, arms crossed, standing behind some flowers indoors with people in the background.
694:2 Ed Schellenberg. - 1980s?. - 4.5X4.5;b&w.
This is a portrait of Ed Schellenberg.
694:3 Ed Schellenberg. - 1970s?. - 4.5X4.5;b&w.
This is a portrait of Ed Schellenberg.
694:4 Ed's sisters Bertha and Mary Schellenberg. - 1934. - 15X10cm;B&W.
This photo shows Bertha Schllenberg, age 4, and Mary Schellenberg, age 3, sitting outside at a little play table in the garden.
694:5 David and Anna (Braun) Schellenberg family. - 1934. - 10X15cm;B&w.
This photo shows Ed Schellenberg with his parents and siblings posing for the camera outside in the garden.
694:6 Children of Ed & Romelda Schellenberg. - 1969. - 12x8cm:col..
This photo shows the 4 children standing on the tarmac below an aircraft.
694:7 Multi-family photos. - 1970s. - 12x12 cm;b&w..
This photo shows 12 people posing in a home living room, including Ed & Romelda Schellenberg and their children.
694:8 Barkman sisters. - 1920s?. - 8x12cm;b&w..
This photo shows Elizabeth Barkman (1891-1889) (later married to Jacob S. Rempel), with her sisters Katherine (later married to B. Janz) and Anne (later married to Jacob Fast.
694:9 Jacob Braun, Paraguay first visit back to Manitoba since 1926. - 1948. -
This studio photograph shows (back row l-r) Jacob Braun, his brother Abram Braun and brother-in-law David J. Schellenberg; and (front row l-r) Sara Braun (Abram's wife) and Anna (Braun) Schellenberg, David's wife.
694:10 Jacob Braun, Paraguay first visit back to Manitoba since 1926. - 1948. -
This studio photograph shows (back row l-r) Jacob Braun, his brother Abram Braun and brother-in-law David J. Schellenberg; and (front row l-r) Sara Braun (Abram's wife) and Anna (Braun) Schellenberg, David's wife. The women are wearing hats.
694:11 Braun family (?). - 1948?. - 12x8cm;b&w.
This photos shows 6 men and 6 women including David J. and Anna Schellenberg, Jacob Braun and Abe and Sara Braun.
694:12 Three Braun siblings at Jacob Braun's visit from Paraguay. - 1948. - 8x12cm;b&w.
This photo shows Jacob Braun, Abram Braun and their sister Anna (Braun) Schellenberg.
694:13 Schellenberg family. - 1980s?. - 12x8cm;b&w.
This photo shows Ed, John and Romelda Schellenberg plus 2 other unidentified women.

694:14 John Schellenberg. - 1984?. - 9X7cm;col..
This photo shows John Schellenberg, Secretary-Treasurer, Rural Municipality of St. Francois Xavier, sitting in chair.
694:15 John Schellenberg and an unidentified woman. - 1980s?. - 12X8cm;col..
This photo shows John Schellenberg with his arm around a woman, sitting at a dining room table in a home.
694:16 House at 206-1st Street, Steinbach, Manitoba. - 1980s?. - 12X8cm;col..
This photo shows the home where Ed & Romelda Schellenberg lived and raised their children in Steinbach.
694:17 Solomon and Susanna (Warkentin) Ediger. - ca. 1888. - 6x10cm;sepia.
This photo shows Solomon Ediger with wife Susanna and a baby on her lap. The inscription reads ". . . Schwester Susana für Joh. Schellenbergs". Susana was the sister to Elizabeth Warketin (1846) who married Johann Schellenberg (1839-1919), Ed's great grandfather.
694:18 Jacob S. Rempel's coffin. - 1947. - 9x6cm;b&w.
This photo shows Jacob S. Rempel's coffin with numerous wreaths surrounding it. Rempel died in Steinbach, Manitoba.
694:19 Jacob S. Rempel's coffin. - 1947. - 9x6cm;b&w.
This photo shows Jacob S. Rempel's coffin about to be interred in the Memorial Cemetery Steinbach, Manitoba (NE27-6-6E).
694:20 Jacob S. Rempel's coffin. - 1947. - 9x6cm;b&w.
This photo shows Jacob S. Rempel in his coffin with wreaths surrounding it.
694:21 Jacob S. Rempel's memorial grave stone. - . - 12x8cm;col..
This photo shows a tombstone engraved with "Jacob S. Rempel / 1891-1947 / at rest"
694:22 David J. Schellenberg memorial grave stone. - . - 12x8cm;col..
This photo shows a memorial grave stone with the inscription "Father / David J. Schellenberg /July 15, 1898 / Feb. 18, 1965".
694:23 David J. Schellenberg, Ed's father. - . - 6.5x7.5cm;b&w.
This photo is show David Schellenberg (1890-1965) (probably a cropped photo from 694:9.
694:24 Anna (Braun) Schellenberg, Ed's mother. - . - 6.5x7.5cm;b&w.
This photo is show Anna Schellenberg.
694:25 Anton Schellenberg family. - 1890s?. - 10x14cm;sepia..
This photo shows Anton Schellenberg (brother of Ed's great grandfather) with his three children. Anton's wife died in 1881 -- presumably these are the unmarried children at the time of the photo. The photo was taken in Russia (based on photographers stamp on the reverse.)
694:26 Johann and Agatha Braun. - 10 Dec 1905. - 11x16cm;b&w.
This photo shows Johann Braun and his wife Agatha (Friesen) Braun. The inscription on the reverse includes ". . . An Onkel und Tante Abraham u. Anna Braun, Nord Amerika, Canada, Manitoba, Altona." Johann Braun (1867) is a nephew to Ed's maternal grandparents (A. & A. Braun). Agatha Friesen was Johann's 2nd wife.
694:27 Elizabeth (Barkman) Rempel, wife of Jacob S. Rempel of Steinbach. - 1960s?. -
18x12cm;col..
This photo shows Romelda's mother sitting in a soft living room chair beside a flower arrangment.

694:28 Mr. & Mrs. Peter T. Barkman. - . - 12x118cmb&w.
This photo is a posed image of Peter T. Barkman (1861) and his wife Katharina W. Reimer (1866), Romelda Schellenberg's materinal grandparents.
694:29 Art & Leona Rempel family. - ca. 1956. - 18x12cm;b&w..
This photo shows Art and Leona (Toews) Rempel with their children Margaret and James.
694:30 G.S. Rempel and wife Helena. - . - 15x10cm;b&w..
This photo is shows Gerhard S. Rempel (1895) and his wife Helena (1894) (Schultz) Rempel of Steinbach.
694:31 Heinrich and Anna Rempel family. - . - 17x13cm;b&w..
This photo shows Heinrich Rempel (1882-1979), his wife Anna (Neufeld) Rempel (1893-1996) and their children, Henry (1904), Margaretha (1905), Bernhard (1908) and Lynda (1911).
694:32 Kenneth and Marilyn (Litz) Keese family. - . - 8x6cm;b&w..
This photo shows the Keese family with 5 children. Marilyn (Litz) Keese is a granddaughter of Heinrich S. Rempel (1882).
694:33 R.M. of St. Francois Xavier Council (?). - 1984. - 12X8cm;col..
This photo shows John Schellenberg sitting at a table with a trophy and 5 other men around him, mostly likely those men he worked with while he served as secretary-treasurer for the rural municipality.
694:34 R.M. of St. Francois Xavier Council (?). - 1980s. - 12X8cm;col..
This photo shows John Schellenberg (third from the right) standing with 5 other unidentified men outside in front of the building with a sign reading "R.M. of St. Francois Xavier (86)".
694:35 John Schellenberg Order of Meritorious Service Plaque. - 1984. - 12X8cm;b&w..
This photo shows the plaque which was awarded to John Schellenberg dated 4 Jun 1984 "for the study, interpretation, and processing of planning schemes, variation orders, conditional uses and subdivisions and oodles of other related materials. . . [as] Secretary Treasurer, Rural Municipality of St. Francois Xavier, Province of Manitotba."
694:35 R.M. of St. Francois Xavier Office building. - 1980s. - 12X8cm;col..
This photo shows John Schellenberg standing in front of his car parked in front of the Rural Municipality of St. Francois Xavier building.
694:37 St. Francois Xavier plaque honoring John Schellenberg. - 1984. - 8x12;b&w..
This photo shows a plaque with a number of engraved plates given to John Schellenberg for "dedicated service from 1976-1984" at the R.M. of St. Francois Xavier. The plaque includes separate plates with the names of individual reeves and councilors engraved.
694:38 Memorabalia honoring John Schellenberg. - 1984?. - 12x8:b&w..
This photo shows a display of items honoring the service of John Schellenberg to the R.M. of St. Francois Xavier in Manitoba.
694:39 Plaque honoring John Schellenberg. - 1984. - 12x8:b&w..
This photo shows the plaque which contains a pioneer ox cart and engrave plate given to John Schellenberg upon his retirement as Secretary-Treasurer for the R.M. of St. Francois Xavier in Manitoba.

694:40 The Falk Chair. - 1987. - 12x8:b&w..
This photo shows the original chair and two replicas of a chair that was made of North American materials, handcrafted and wedgework construction. It was made by the Falk family who were pioneer settlers in Southern Manitoba in 1874, and handed down to Anna (Falk) Braun, to Anna (Braun) Schellenberg , to John Schellenberg who is seen in the photo with his hand on the original. John C. Reimer, former curator of the MHV is also on the photo. The chairs and research have been donated to the Mennonite Heritage Village in Steinbach.
694:41 Five replicas of the "Falk Chair". - 1990?. - 12x8;col..
This photo shows the front side of five replicas of the "Falk Chair".
694:42 Five replicas of the "Falk Chair". - 1990?. - 12x8;col..
This photo shows the back side of five replicas of the "Falk Chair".
694:43 Annie (Schellenberg) Voth baptism. - ca. 1944. - 9x7cm;b&w..
This photos shows Annie Schellenberg, Ed's sister, being baptized by immersion in an outdoor setting in Manitoba.
694:44 Heinrich Rempel with 3 children. - 1920s?. - 9x7cm;b&w..
This photos shows Heinrich Rempel sitting inside beside a wood stove with 3 unidentified children. (grandchildren?)
694:45 Annie Schellenberg standing on a chair. - 1926. - 6x8cm;b&w..
This photo shows 2 year old Annie Schellenberg standing on a chair set up outside in front of the truck of a tree. This is Ed's older sister. (3 copies)
694:46 Three Schellenberg Children. - 12 Apr 1927. - 7x11cm;b&w..
This photo shows David, John and Annie Schellenberg posing in front of a blanket backdrop at the home of grandparents, Abram Braun.
694:47 Annie Schellenberg at age 3 months. - 1924. - 7x11cm;b&w..
This photo shows baby Annie Schellenberg at 3 months propped up in a chair.
694:48 Leander Rempel. - ca. 1937. - 11x7cm;b&w..
This photo shows baby Leander Rempel propped up on a chair.
694:49 David and Anna Schellenberg's Home near Rosenfeld, Manitoba. - 1927. -
This photo shows lush vegetation in front of a house believed to be David and Anna Schellenberg's home near Rosenfeld, Manitoba.
694:50 Farm buildings at Rosenfeld. - 1924. - 11x7cm;b&w..
This photo shows two farm buildings.
694:51 Farm buildings at Rosenfeld. - 1922. - 11x7cm;b&w..
This photo shows 3 building on a farm near Rosenfeld, Manitoba
694:52 David and Anna Schellenberg's Home near Rosenfeld, Manitoba. - 1927. -
This photo shows lush vegetation in front of a house believed to be David and Anna Schellenberg's home near Rosenfeld, Manitoba.

694:53 Mrs. J.S. Rempel with daughters Alvina and Romelda on front porch. - ca. 1946. -
11x8cm;b&w..
This photo shows Romelda Rempel and her sister Alvina (Rempel) Loewen holding her daughter Grace sitting outside on the front porch with their mother standing between the two.
694:54 Unidentified house with a car in the foreground. - ca. 1920s. - 11x8cm;sepia.
This photo shows a large full two storey house built in a wooded area with a car standing in the foreground.
694:55 Young lady wearing a skirt with a bicycle. - ca. 1920s. - 6x8cm;sepia.
This photo shows a unidentified young woman about to ride a bicyle.
694:56 Mrs. Elizabeth (Barkman) Rempel with granddaughter Arlene Rempel. - 1958. -
7x7cm;b&w..
This photo shows Mrs. Elizabeth Rempel with her granddaughter Arlene, daughter of Peter and Elma.
694:57 Edwin Rempel, son of J.S. Rempel. - 1914. - 5x10cm;b&w..
This photo is a baby picture of Romelda's brother Edwin who died at age 10 in 1923.
694:58 Edwin's new tombstone in Pioneer Cemetery. - 1990s. - 12x8cm;col..
This photo shows the following inscription: "Edwin / son of / Mr. & Mrs. J.S. Rempel / Born Nov. 23, 1913 / Died Oct. 13, 1923 / Truly my soul waiteth upon God / From Him cometh my salvation.
694:59 Pioneer Cemetery tombstone: Mrs. H. Rempel. - 1980s?. - 8x12cm;col..
This photo shows the tombstone of Margaretha (Schlabach) Rempel (1853-1921) in the Pioneer Cemetery in Steinbach, Manitoba.
694:60 Pioneer Cemetery tombstone: Mrs. ? Toews. - 1980s?. - 8x12cm;col..
This photo shows the site where Edwin Rempel (1913-1923) was buried. The inscription on the back reads "buried behind cornerstone."
694:61 Pioneer Cemetery tombstone: Peter R. Barkman. - 1980s?. - 8x12cm;col..
This photo shows the site where Edwin Rempel (1913-1923) was buried.
694:62 Pioneer Cemetery tombstone: Heinrich Rempel. - 1980s?. - 8x12cm;col..
This photo shows the site where Edwin Rempel (1913-1923) was buried.
694:63 Rempel family beside Edwin's coffin. - 1923. - 12X8cm;b&w..
This photo shows Jacob S. Rempel with his wife Elizabeth (Barkman) Rempel and their 3 surviving children: Alvina, Arthur and Peter, at the coffin of 10 year old Edwin Rempel.
694:64 Ten-year old Edwin Rempel in his coffin. - 1923. - 12X8cm;b&w..
This photo shows the coffin propped up again the house with the body of Edwin Rempel (1913-1923), Romelda's brother.
694:65 Unidentified farmyard in southern Manitoba. - 1920s?. - 25x15cm;b&w..
possibly David Schellenberg's yard near Rosenfeld?
694:66 Unidentified farmyard in southern Manitoba. - 1920s?. - 27x18cm;b&w..

694:67 Unidentified farmyard in southern Manitoba. - ca. 1900?. - 27x18cm;b&w..
This photo includes a group of people posing for the photographer.
694:68 Unidentified farmyard in southern Manitoba. - ca. 1900?. - 27x18cm;b&w..
This photo shows a house with a group of 11 people standing outside in front of it.
694:69 Unidentified farmyard in southern Manitoba. - ca. 1920s?. - 27x18cm;b&w..
This photo includes a man sitting of the steps reading a paper and some children sitting on a swing set.
694:70 Unidentified family on a Manitoba farmyard. - ca.1930s?. - 27x18cm;b&w..
Possibly the Johan Schellenberg family (Ed's grandparents and aunts and uncles).
694:71 Unidentified couple. - . - 27x18cm;b&w..
694:72 Unidentified man. - . - 27x18cm;b&w..
694:73 Unidentified family. - . - 27x18cm;b&w..
This photo shows man and women with 2 children
694:74 Johann A. Schellenberg (1839) and Elizabeth (Warkentin) (1849). - ca.1900s?. -
27x18cm;b&w..
This photo shows Johann A. Schellenberg and his wife Elizabeth (Warketin) Schellenberg.
694:75 Funeral of Maria (Rempel) Warkentin. - 1943. - 27x18cm;b&w..
This photo shows (l-r): Jacob Sawatzky (husband of Anna Rempel (1883), Johann Sawatzky (husband of Susanna
Rempel (1872), Johann W. Schellenberg (1867), husband of the deceased Maria Rempel (1868), Jacob Rempel (1880), brother of the deceased, and Cornelius Voth, husband of Justina Rempel (1879). John W. Warkentin and Maria (Rempel) Schellenberg settled in the Manitoba Amsterdam S.D. in 1895.
694:76 Funeral of David Schellenberg (1832-1911). - 1911. - 27x18cm;b&w..
This photo shows a large group of men, women and children around the coffin outside with the house in the background.
694:77 Winkler Bible School class photos. - 1930. - 24x15cm; b&w.
This item is a composite of 4 class photos most likely one for each level of schooling completed (i.e. 1st year, 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th year. The 4th year photo includes instructors G.J. Reimer, J.G. Wiens, A.H. Unruh, and A.A. Kroeker. The photo on the right includes Abram H. Redekopp (1906-1985), back row on the far right, who graduated in 1933.
694:78 Unidentified schoo photo. - . - 22x15cm; b&w.
694:79 Unidentified church building. - . - 24x20cm;b&w.
694:80 Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society Board of Directors. - 1984?. -
This photo shows (l-r) backrow: Wilmer Penner, Bert Friesen, Bill Schroeder, Margaret Kroeker, Al Reimer, Harry Loewen, Ed Schellenberg and Abe Ens; front row: Brian Paetkau, Adolf Ens, Delbert Plett, Victor Doerksen and Doreen Klassen.

694:81 Jacob and Susie Rempel. - ca.1900s?. - 27X35cm;b&w (over-sized).
This is a portrait of the couple Jacob Rempel (1844-1911) and his wife Susie (Friesen) Rempel (1843-1917.
694:82 Jacob and Susie Rempel. - ca.1900s?. - 35xX27cm;b&w (over-sized).
This is a portrait of the couple Jacob Rempel (1844-1911) and his wife Susie (Friesen) Rempel (1843-1917.
694:83 Mennonitische Lehreranstalt composite. - 1916. - 34x27cm;b&w.
This photo is a composite of individual students and teachers at the Mennontie Collegiate Institutte in Gretna, Manitoba in 1916.

Peter B. Paetkau photograph descriptions

This series consists of the description of 163 photographs.
688:1 Cheryl Pauls speaks. - September 23, 2009. - .
In this photo Cheryl Pauls indroduces a recital (Assistant Profesor of Music).
688:2 Cheryl Plays Piano. - September 23, 2009. - .
In this photo Cheryl Pauls plays a piece on a grand piano.
688:3 Man plays guitar. - September 23, 2009. - .
In this photo a man plays classical guitar at a Canadian Mennonite University recital.
688:4 Henriette Sings. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Henriette Schellenberg sings at Canadian Mennonite University's opening ceremonies.
688:5 Henriette Sings. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Henriette Schellenberg sings at Canadian Mennonite University's opening ceremonies.
688:6 Henriette Sings. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Henriette Schellenberg sings at Canadian Mennonite University's opening ceremonies, while Irmgard
Baerg plays piano.
688:7 The Big Tent. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo a tent on the campus of Canadian Mennonite University is filled with people to commemorate the opening
of the new university.
688:8 The Great Hall. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the Great Hall of Canadian Mennonite University is filled with chairs and tables.
688:9 The New Logo. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the new Canadian Mennonite University's logo is displayed on a bar in the Great Hall.
688:10 Dressed Warmly. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the Canadian Mennonite University's first choir sits on benches assembled in a tent.
688:11 Edgar Remple Speaks. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Edgar Remple stands at a podium with a banner overhead reading, "Coming Together - Shaping a
Dream."
688:12 Arthur Speaks. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Arthur DeFehr speaks at a podium with a choir standing behind him.
688:13 Harry Schellenberg takes the stage. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Harry Schellenberg (MLA of Rossmere, MB) speaks at the podium of Canadian Mennonite University's
opening ceremonies.
688:14 Glen Murray's Turn. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Glen Murray (then mayor of Winnipeg) takes a turn speaking at CMU's opening ceremony.
688:15 On to John. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Dr. John Neufeld takes a turn speaking at CMU's opening ceremony.

688:16 Three Kings. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Gerald Gerbrandt, John Unger, and George Richert stand together as the three presidents of CMU.
688:17 Standing at attention. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo several Canadian Mennonite University guests, including Phillip R. Ens and Harry Schellenberg, receive
a message.
688:18 The New Logo. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the new Canadian Mennonite University's logo is displayed in a tent with a banner overhead.
688:19 Gazing up. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo a young boy looks up at the CMU torch, placed on the property of Canadian Mennonite University for its
opening year.
688:20 North Campus. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the North Campus of Canadian Mennonite University is shown behind auburn-leaved trees.
688:21 North Campus part 2. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the North Campus of Canadian Mennonite University can bee seen surrounded by trees.
688:22 North Campus part 3. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo North Campus of Canadian Mennonite University is situated behind a field and road with fall-coloured
trees.
688:23 North Campus part 4. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the North Campus of Canadian Mennonite University can be seen close-up, revealing the neo-gothic
architecture.
688:24 North Campus part 5. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the North Campus of Canadian Mennonite University is angled towards the camera, revealing a forested
plot on two sides of the building.
688:25 North Campus finis. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo North Campus of Canadian Mennonite University is shown to have a long section with a stone face and
many windows.
688:26 A pathway. - September 23, 2000. - .
This photo shows the path towards North Campus at Canadian Mennonite University, surrounded by trees.
688:27 A pathway. - September 23, 2000. - .
This photo shows the path away from North Campus at Canadian Mennonite University, surrounded by trees.
688:28 Solo time. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo soloists Sandra Sinnaeve and Shane Perkinson are singing at the Canadian Mennonite University
commencement.
688:29 Conducting the choir. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Mark Bartel directs the University Choir of Canadian Mennonite University.

688:30 A wide portrait. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the North Campus of Canadian Mennonite University is shown.
688:31 Sing on. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the Canadian Mennonite University choir sings in a large blue and white tent, folders in hand.
688:32 The player. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Dietrich Bartel plays organ for an empty tent.
688:33 Black and white. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Rudy Schellenberg directs a Canadian Mennonite University choir, dressed in different combinations of
black and white.
688:34 The Three Trumpeteers. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Jon McInnis, Shane Perkinson, and Kinsey Toews play a trumpet trio with choir behind them.
688:35 Getting Involved. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo choir director Mark Bartel leads the congregation in song.
688:36 Gerald is here. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Gerald Gerbrandt adresses the congregation, introducing the guest speaker.
688:37 Myron takes the stage. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Myron Augsburger speaks to the crowd at Canadian Mennonite University's opening celebration.
688:38 Myron takes the stage - 2. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo Myron Augsburger speaks to the crowd at Canadian Mennonite University's opening celebration.
688:39 The choir responds. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the Canadian Mennonite University choir sings, with Dietrich Bartel at the organ and Mark Bartel
conducting.
688:40 CMU North Campus. - September 23, 2000. - .
In this photo the Canadian Mennonite University's north campus is shown across a field and behind autumn trees.
688:41 A plaque to remember. - 2009. - .
In this photo a monument sits in the shade of a tree, on which is written a remembrance of Mennonite pioneers, erected
in 1950.
688:42 Old and new. - 2009. - .
In this photo a house in fairly good condition sits next to a faded red barn and other buildings of the same age under a
blue sky in a field. This was once the home of David Schellenberg.
688:43 MCI's new campus. - 2009. - .
In this photo a basketball court, parking lot, and residence can be seen on the property of Mennonite Collegiate Institute.
688:44 MCI's entrance. - 2009. - .
In this photo the entrance of Mennonite Collegiate Institute can be seen, with flora surrounding it.

688:45 MCI's entrance -2. - 2009. - .
In this photo the entrance of Mennonite Collegiate Institute can be seen from a different angle than the previous picture.
688:46 MCI Campus. - 2009. - .
In this photo the Mennonite Collegiate Institute's sign, logo, and library are shown, under the shade of some nearby
trees.
688:47 MCI Library. - 2009. - .
In this photo the entrance to the Schaefer Library of Mennonite Collegiate Institute is shown in the shade of a nearby
tree.
688:48 Girl's residence. - 2009. - .
In this photo the entrance to the girl's residence of Mennonite Collegiate Institute is shown, as well as the bulk of the
building.
688:49 The Library's other side. - 2009. - .
In this photo the rear of the MCI Library can be seen from outside. In the foreground is a car parked in the parking lot.
688:50 The MCI garden. - 2009. - .
In this photo one can see the gardens of MCI, with tall bushes to the right and blooming red flowers to the left.
688:51 MCI Parking lot. - 2009. - .
In this photo is the parking lot of Mennonite Collegiate institute with three cars parked. Behind is the main entrance of
MCI, obscured by a tree.
688:52 North campus field. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo is the gymnasium of CMU seen from the outside on a large field. In the foreground is a tree whose red
fruits are in full bloom.
688:53 CMU North Campus. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the North Campus of CMU is shown, particularily one wing jetting out from the main building.
688:54 Laud Aud entrance. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo one can see the entrance to CMU's north campus, directly beside the Laudamus Auditorium.
688:55 Laud Aud entrance -2. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the Laudamus entrance can be seen to the right, and to the left the wing that houses various CMU staff's
offices.
688:56 North Campus. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo a broad shot of CMU's north campus can be seen, taken from Grant and Shaftesbury, the intersection of
which is in the foreground.
688:57 Laud Aud entrance again. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the Laudamus entrance to CMU can be seen behind a tree, with a blue station wagon parked in front.
688:58 CMU bookstore et al. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo is the building which houses the CMU bookstore and other offices on the south campus of CMU.

688:59 The Heritage Centre. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the rear of the Mennonite Heritage Centre can be seen. To the left is the CMU residence Poettker Hall
and to the right some parked cars.
688:60 The view from here. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo a long path can be seen leading up to the entrance to CMU's main south campus building, which houses
the classrooms and offices.
688:61 The view from here - 2. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the south campus' entrance at CMU can be seen with students milling about on the path and grass.
688:62 The block. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the Katherine Friesen Appartments can be seen across a field. These appartments are also known as
"The Block" and are often used by married students at CMU.
688:63 The block. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the Katherine Friesen Appartments of CMU are seen close up, with a tree obscuring the view of the centre
of the building. A path leading towards the Appartments separates the green field in two.
688:64 CMU Residence. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the, at the time, main residence of CMU is shown. It is now known as Poettker Hall. A very green field is
in the foreground with a smattering of trees.
688:65 South Campus. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo two major buildings are shown. To the left is the Canadian Mennonite University south campus classroom
building, and to the right is the Mennonite Heritage Centre.
688:66 600 Shaftesbury. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo the building at 600 Shaftesbury is shown, which houses Mennonite Church Canada, the Canadian
Mennonite Bible College (this is how it reads on the sign in this photo), as well as the Conference of Mennonites in
Manitoba.
688:67 A relic. - September 24, 2000. - .
In this photo a sign for "Canadian Mennonite Bible College" sits on the south campus of what is known at the time of
this photo as Canadian Mennonite University. The sign is surrounded by flowers and trees.
688:68 Fort Dufferin. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo Fort Dufferin can be seen, an older wooden building sitting alone in the midst of a lightly forested field.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:69 Deteriorated Buildings. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo several buildings can be seen, worn with age, at Fort Dufferin

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:70 The riverbed landing. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the Red River can be seen, with the Fort Dufferin landing.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:71 The riverbed landing - 2. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the Red River can be seen, with the Fort Dufferin landing.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:72 Kings of trees. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo several trees are predominantly shown in the centre, surrounded by many more.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:73 Two buildings. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo two buildings at fort Dufferin are shown, one labled as the "stable" and the other as a storage building.
They are worn wooden buildings, with no paint showing any more. They are surrounded by grass and wild grains.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:74 Transportation. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the busses and cars involved in the Memorial Trail Tour are shown, parked off a gravel road on the grass
field. In the distance several people gather around a bilboard.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:75 A group shot. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the tour group of the Memorial Trail Tour are shown at attention to the speaker to the far left.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:76 A group shot - 2. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo several members of the Memorial Trail Tour are shown standing by a bildboard, listening to the tour
guide.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:77 The Fort Dufferin Cairn. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the Fort Duffern cairn is shown, surrounded by a short black metal fence on the green field.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:78 Peter Zacharias. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo local historian Peter D. Zacharias is shown, surrounded by three other individuals. He is adressing the
tour.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:79 Government Sign. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the official Fort Dufferin sign is shown, describing in brief the history of the area. It is crafted in wood with
a small roof, and behind it sit several scattered trees.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:80 . - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo a rustic wooden sign saying "Fort Dufferin" is shown. To the left is the crowd of the Memorial Trail Tour.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:81 Memorial post. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the first memorial post is readied into a dug hole, surrounded by four men (and one woman to the right).

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:82 Memorial post - 2. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the first memorial post is readied into a dug hole, surrounded by four men (and several others behind).

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:83 Memorial post - 3. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the first memorial post is surrounded by three men, posing for a picture. Several others stand behind.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:84 Gather round. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the tourists stand around a sign for "The Post Road," art on the sign by Altona artist Olga Krahn.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:85 Gather round - 2. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the tourists stand around a sign for "The Post Road," art on the sign by Altona artist Olga Krahn.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:86 Gather round - 3. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the tourists stand around a sign for "The Post Road," art on the sign by Altona artist Olga Krahn.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:87 Remembering. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo two women walk down a path at a cemetary, full of green grass and trees.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:88 To Reinland. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo a ceremonial post is shown in Reinland, with tourbusses behind. Two pairs of people survey the area.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:89 Dressed in red. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo Mrs. Lundin, nee Schellenberg-Guenther, stands in front of the Reinland Community Center sign. She is
dressed in a red dress and matching hat. Around her are many more visitors to the town.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:90 The community centre. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the Reinland community centre serves as a backdrom for a woman in a blue dress. To the left there is a
parked bike and tree. An old trunk serves as a lampost.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:91 Memorial in Hochfeld. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the old trail of the Post Road is visible in Hochfeld, with a memorial rock to the right of it. Behind are a
barn and storage building.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:92 Fields nearby. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo, a field with round bails is shown with some trees in the distance. This photo was taken hear the former
villiage of Hochfeld and cemetary.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:93 The Waldheim cemetary. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the Waldheim Cemetary can be seen through a tour bus window. Some heads in the forground contrast
the white tombstones in the cemetary.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:94 The Mountain City marker. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo several tourists surround the trail marker at Mountain City, while others carry a new post and a shovel.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:95 Three men. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo three men stand around a new ceremonial marker on the trail. From left to right, Abram G. Ens, Jake
Hoppner (the MLA), and Ed Heppner, a local historian.

(Post Road Memorial Trail Tour marking 125th anniversary of Mennonites arriving at Fort Dufferin in 1875)

688:96 The last post. - August 26, 2000. - .
In this photo the last post of the trail is set, while three men pose for pictures.

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688:97 The Koop family. - September 15, 2000. - .
In this photo the Koop family lines up to be introduced at the opening of the exhibit.

("Art in a family: 1900-2000", an exhibit of art from the Koop family, running from September 15 - October 28, 2000)

688:98 The Koop family - 2. - September 15, 2000. - .
In this photo some members of the Koop family are highlighted: in black dress and pearls, Erica Koop, and Wanda Koop
and her husband.

("Art in a family: 1900-2000", an exhibit of art from the Koop family, running from September 15 - October 28, 2000)

688:99 Art of the youngest generation. - September 15, 2000. - .
In this photo art from the youngest generation of koops are on display, from drawings to paintings to collages.

("Art in a family: 1900-2000", an exhibit of art from the Koop family, running from September 15 - October 28, 2000)

688:100 Four carousels by John Koop. - September 15, 2000. - .
In this photo four carousels are displayed in a acase, all crafted by John Koop.

("Art in a family: 1900-2000", an exhibit of art from the Koop family, running from September 15 - October 28, 2000)

688:101 The art of Erica Epp Koop. - September 15, 2000. - .
In this photo the art of Erica Epp Koop is displayed on a wall. Several paintings are here, depicting nature scenes with
a few buildings between them.

("Art in a family: 1900-2000", an exhibit of art from the Koop family, running from September 15 - October 28, 2000)

688:102 Sitelines by Wanda Koop. - September 15, 2000. - .
In this photo four pictures by Wanda koop are shown, called "Sitelines" collectively. At this event they sold for $8000
each.

("Art in a family: 1900-2000", an exhibit of art from the Koop family, running from September 15 - October 28, 2000)

688:103 Ceramics by Katheryn Koop. - September 15, 2000. - .
In this photo ceramics are shown in cases. The ceramics are made by Katheryn Koop.

("Art in a family: 1900-2000", an exhibit of art from the Koop family, running from September 15 - October 28, 2000)

688:104 Wall vases by Kathryne Koop. - September 15, 2000. - .
In this photo four wall vases and a flower vase, jar, and candleholder are shown, made of porcelain by Kathryne Koop.

("Art in a family: 1900-2000", an exhibit of art from the Koop family, running from September 15 - October 28, 2000)

688:105 Trays of cookies. - . - .
In this photo four trays of cookies are shown on a table with liquid refreshment, beside a creative floral arrangement.
Peter Paetkau had a tendancy to attend events with food.
688:106 The pastor speaks. - November 1979. - .
In this photo pastor P. G Doerksen speaks at the ground breaking ceremony of the new Gospel Light MB church in
Carmen, Manitoba.
688:107 Ground Breaking. - November 1979. - .
In this photo the first ceremonial shovel is dug into the ground at the site of the new Gospel Light MB church in
Carmen, Manitoba. Building chairman Ron Peters makes the first dig.
688:108 Framework done. - 1979. - .
In this photo the wooden framework for the new Gospel Light MB church in Carman Manitoba on a large field white with
snow.
688:109 Finished product. - 1980. - .
In this photo the Gospel Light MB church is finished construction.
688:110 Peters speaks. - 1979. - .
In this photo the building chairman Ron Peters of the Gospel Light MB church speaks to the crowd at the
groundbreaking ceremony.
688:111 The Banquet
The banquet. - 1980. - .
In this photo many members and friends of the Gospel Light MB church sit down to a banquet on the opening weekend
of the new church building.

688:112 Head table. - 1980. - .
In this photo several guests of honour sit down at the opening banquet of the new church building of Gospel Light MB.
Left to right: Ron Peters, Rudy Boschman, Reverend and Mrs Doerksen, and Mayor Fletcher (Carman, MB).
688:113 Ladies' Skit. - 1980. - .
In this photo three women perform a skit at the opening ceremony of the new church building of Gospel Light MB. The
women are Hilda Dick, Gloria Block, and Ginny Peters
688:114 Cloth ripping. - 1980. - .
In this photo Pastor Doerksen rips cloth, symbolizing the cutting of a ribbon, to officially open the new building for
Gospel Light MB church.
688:115 New members. - 1980. - .
In this photo the new members of Gospel Light MB pose for a photo with the pastors John Block and P. G. Doerksen.
688:116 Revival choir. - December 1980. - .
In this photo a choir takes the stage at a revival meeting in Gospel Light MB. The choir is joined by guest soloist Art
Perri, and behind them a banner reads, "Jesus said, I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life."
688:117 Men's Luncheon. - December 1980. - .
In this photo is Evangelist Alf Rees at the men's luncheon of the revivalist meetings. To his right is the team pianst and
to his left is the soloist Art Perri.
688:118 The solo. - December 1980. - .
In this photo is Art Perri, the Gospel Singer, singing a song on the first night of the Crusade at Gospel Light MB.
688:119 Dearly departed. - . - .
In this photo Abram A Janzen lays in his casket at his funeral.
688:120 The new kids on the block. - . - .
In this photo several new members as well as new pastor Mark Johnson pose for a picture.
688:121 The choir. - . - .
In this photo the Gospel Light church choir sings, while the speaker sits and listens.
688:122 He speaks. - . - .
In this photo the minister of Gospel Light MB speaks to the congregation while the choir sits and listens behind.
688:123 Husband and wife. - . - .
In this photo the bride and groom share a moment during their wedding. David Martens and Lenora Enns.
688:124 First wedding. - . - .
In this photo the family of the bride and groom of the first wedding in the Gospel Light MB church pose for a picture.
Families of David Martens and Lenora Enns.
688:125 Second wedding. - . - .
In this photo Eleanor Martens and Vern Zacharias pose for a wedding photo. Theirs is the second wedding in the new
Gospel Light MB church building.

688:126 Pastor and child. - . - .
In this photo several church members are gathered around a table to look at Pastor Mark Johnson, with his wife Sharon
and their first child.
688:127 Wedding Anniversary. - . - .
In this photo churchgoers dine in celebration of Peter and Margaret Enns' 25th Wedding Anniversary.
688:128 Guest speaker. - . - .
In this photo Rev J. M. Schmidt speaks at the 25th wedding anniversary of Peter and Margaret Enns.
688:129 Herman Voth speaks. - . - .
In this photo Reverend Herman Voth speaks at the 25th anniversary of Peter and Margaret Enns.
688:130 Hildebrandt and Hildebrandt. - . - .
In this photo two newly weds, both with the family name Hildebradnt, pose for the camera in their wedding best.
688:131 Baptism by Immersion. - . - .
In this photo Peter Paetkau's daughter, Melanie, speaks having just been baptised, with her minister behind her.
688:132 The baptismal group. - . - .
In this photo Melanie Paetkau, centre, stands with her fellow baptisees and poses for a picture inside the church
sanctuary.
688:133 Elm Creek Ordination. - . - .
In this photo Pastor John J. Balzer is being ordained at Elm Creek Mennonite Bretheren Church. He is speaking in
this photo.
688:134 A wedding. - . - .
In this photo Lenora Enns and her groom, last name Zacharias, pose for a photo in white dress and white suit.
688:135 Baptismal group. - . - .
In this photo seven individuals pose for the camera in a church sanctuary. They are that year's baptismal group.
688:136 Music Festival. - . - .
In this photo a choir sings at the Music Festival in Winker Mennonite church. It is accompanied by harpsichord and
strings.
688:137 There he lay. - . - .
In this photo Reverend David D. Klassen is lying in his casket, deceased. He was Bishop in the Mennonite Church,
and baptized Peter Paetkau in 1965.
688:138 Mennonite Festival of Art and Music. - . - .
In this photo several people mill about at the Mennonite Festival of Art and Music at Grant Memorial Baptist. In the
centre of the photo is a booth for the Mennonite Mirror.
688:139 Mennonite Festival of Art and Music - 2. - . - .
In this photo guests observe the art, shown here laregly in painting form, at the Mennonite Festival of Art and Music.

688:140 Elim Bible School Grads. - . - .
In this photo the graduates of Elim Bible School in Altona gather for a picture, including Peter Paetkau's daughter
Melanie Paetkau in the centre.
688:141 PJB Reimer Anniversary. - . - .
In this photo PJB Reimer and his wife celebrate their wedding anniversary.
688:142 Guest singer. - . - .
In this photo Debbie Wiebe sings a solo at Rosaisle Pentecostal church. She is visiting from Calvary Temple in
Winnipeg.
688:143 Faith Temple. - . - .
In this photo the building of Faith Temple is shown on Notre Dame Avenue in Winnipeg. A car is parked in the front.
688:144 Faith Temple - 2. - . - .
In this photo the building of Faith Temple is shown on Notre Dame Avenue in Winnipeg. A car is parked in the front.
688:145 Photo album - Nice things. - . - .
This item is a photo album consisting of 71 photos of Peter Paetkau's gift-shop, "Nice Things for Gifts."
688:146 Photo album - Marilyn and Steven Mazaros. - 1997-1999. - .
This item is a photo album consisting of 147 photos. It ecompases the time before and during a wedding reception for
Marilyn and Steven Mozaros
688:147 Batter up. - . - .
In this photo Norman Hiebert is at bat in a baseball game at the fiftieth anniversary of the Sperling Mennonite
Community.
688:148 Time to eat. - . - .
In this photo a few people sit down to eat. Herb and Hilda (nee Unruh) Martens; David Enns.
688:149 The Banquet. - . - .
In this photo many people are finishing their meals at a Sperling Mennonite 50th anniversary celebration, waiting for a
Variety Program to start.
688:150 Batter up part 2. - . - .
In this photo Corny Paetkau takes his turn at bat at the Sperling Mennonite 50th anniversary.
688:151 Gathered here today. - . - .
In this photo many cars are parked in a lot for Sperling Mennonite's 50th anniversary celebrations.
688:152 Batter up part 3. - . - .
In this photo Herb Martens takes his turn at bat in the Sperling Mennonite 50th anniversary baseball game.
688:153 Batter up part 4. - . - .
In this photo Cory Paetkau takes his turn at bat in the Sperling Mennonite 50th anniversary baseball game.

688:154 Really big show. - . - .
In this photo the audience listens silently to the entertainment at the Sperling Mennonite 50th anniversary Variety Show.
688:155 Teacher, teacher. - . - .
In this photo David Enns satnds at a microphone and delivers his line in a skit, where he plays Teacher Schellenberg.
688:156 Two families. - . - .
In this photo two families are sitting down for a bite at the same table. They are the families of Albert Martens and John
Schmidt.
688:157 The Dining Room Scene. - . - .
In this photo, many families gather together to celecbrate the Sperling Mennonite Community's 50th anniversary with
food and fellowship.
688:158 These two men. - . - .
In this photo Peter A. Olfert and Cornelius C. Froese reminisce about yesteryear at the Sperling Mennonite
Community's 50th anniversary.
688:159 Sing a new song. - . - .
In this photo a service is being held in honour of a new cairn's unveiling. A crowd gathers around as Peter Martens
sings.
688:160 The unveiling. - . - .
In this photo David Froese and Dietrich Enns reveal the new cairn in honour of the Sperling Mennonite community's
50th anniversary.
688:161 The unveiling - 2. - . - .
In this photo David Froese and Dietrich Enns reveal the new cairn in honour of the Sperling Mennonite community's
50th anniversary.
688:162 Peter Paetkau. - . - .
In this photo Peter Paetkau poses for the camera in a dark striped suit, with red tie and handkerchief. He is sitting with
his arms posed on a table.
688:163 Peter Paetkau. - . - .
In this photo Peter Paetkau poses, standing in a stately manner beside a blue velvet chair. He is wearking a dark
striped suit with a lapel pin.

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