Interview, taped 25.05.1990 at studio of Portage Community Cable, Protage la Prairie, during Annual General Meeting of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario Conference of the United Church of Canada, of Bishop John Selby Spong (Episcopal/Newark, New Jersey), author of "Living In Sin?"
This fonds consists of one album containing photos of Mary Neufeld (later Mrs. Mary Schroeder), the staff, activities, residences, buildings and landscapes associated with the places she worked before she married in 1959. One series were taken in 1947 and 1951 while working at the Rosthern Invalid / Nursing Home. Another series were taken in the summer of 1952 when Mary Neufeld served in the Brandon Mental Hospital on a Voluntary Service (VS) assignment. Another series of photos were taken during the summer of 1953 when she worked at the Ninette (Manitoba) Sanitorium. There are also a few photos from 1948 when she worked at a canning factory in the Niagara (Ontario) region and visited Niagara Falls, Crystal Beach, and Brock's monument at Queenston. A few photos were taken when she worked as a cook at the Rosthern Bible School in 1951-1952.
"BLESSING OF CROSSES FOR CHURCH, GRIMSBY, ONT." Father Ruh stands centre front of the congregation during the blessing of three crosses which are to be added to the cupolas of the Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, designed and built by Father Ruh between 1935 and 1940.
Father Ruh among the workers at the digging of the foundation of the church in Grimsby Ontario, in the year 1936. Father Ruh, shovel in hand, centre, leads workers in the excavation of the basement of the Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary which he designed and built.
Early stages in construction of the Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, designed and built by Father Ruh between 1935-1940. Many of the parishioners had been known to Father Ruh when he served them in Mountain Road, Manitoba, before they migrated to Ontario.