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Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives Ruh, Philip, 1883-1962 English
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Orphanage in Edmonton. Father Ruh, on the left, at the construction site as workers add a wing to St. Joseph Monastery and School.

Edmonton, Alberta.


Reprints made by Klein’s Modern Photo Studio in Winnipeg, Manitoba, of Father Ruh, standing at the left, on the construction site of an additional wing of St. Joseph Monastery and School, run by the Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate.

Edmonton, Alberta


“My dear Aunt Josephine: I do not want to be too late to send you my good wishes for a good and happy year, health, wealth and all sorts of happiness. Thank you for the little gifts which you give me and I see that you are thinking of me. Your niece who hugs you very tightly. Germaine Le Craan”. Photo postcard of three young girls posing in a photo studio. The relationship to Father Ruh is unknown.

The location is possibly Melecy, Kerhuon, France.


Father Ruh in Radway, Alberta.

Radway, Alberta.


Katherine Faryna, in the Faryna family homestead, where Father Ruh resided for two years around this time.

Radway, Alberta.


Photo postcard of Katherine Faryna, outside the family homestead.

Radway, Alberta.


The Faryna family, surrounding Father Ruh, seated to the right of the father of the family. Katherine Faryna stands behind him; Michael Faryna is seated at his feet. Father Ruh developed the luxuriant garden in gratitude to the family for their support during the two years he lived with them. The photo was taken in front of the family homestead near Radway.

Radway, Alberta.


Father Ruh, seated with his pipe in his mouth, surrounded by the members of the Faryna family in front of their homestead. The father of the family stands at the far left; Katherine Faryna, wearing a white collar, stands behind Father Ruh; Michael Faryna sat at his feet. The hotbeds for the seedlings of the lush garden, built by Father Ruh for the family, are visible in front of the house.

Radway, Alberta.


Father Ruh, seated near the centre of the photo, in the garden at the Faryna family homestead in Radway, Alberta, with members of the family nearer the house. The hotbeds in which Father Ruh grew seedlings for the garden are between the house and broad walkway.

Radway, Alberta.


Father Ruh, centre left with Father Anton Sylla, OMI, in the garden in front of the Faryna family homestead. The two priests worked together on the grotto in Skaro, Alberta, an area which was part of Father Sylla’s mission.

Radway, Alberta.

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