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- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0006
Predominantly a lay meeting in an unidentified location, with three priests, three women, and about fifty men, including Jakiv Maydanyk in the third row from the bottom, second from the left.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0001
- September 30, 1917
Group photo in Edmonton, Alberta, September 30, 1917. Black and white print with 2 holes punched in top of photo. Typewritten and hand-written information in Ukrainian and English on bottom face of photo.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0011
In this class photo, dated 1928-1929, Rev. Father Ladyka is listed as Chaplain of the Ukrainian Catholic Institute in Edmonton, Alberta. Rev. Bro. Rogation is listed as Director, while Rev. Bro. Wladimir and Rev. Bro. Atanasey are featured but their duties are not listed. The students are identified. Top left quarter: W. Kalawski, S. Kalawski, A. Petruk, K. Saskiw, D. Nykolaychuk, W. Zaichkowski, J. Zubyk, M. Petruk, M. Lukawiecki. Bottom left quarter, to centre: S. Palamar, J. Wispinski, A. Dzenkiw, J. Wambeke, W. Wynnyk, P. Kostyshyn, P. Korchinski, F. Chanas, P. Ewaskiw, J. Puchaluk. Top right quarter: J. Kokolski, M. Horon, D. Kobylnyk, S. Sereda, S. Kasper, A. Huculak, A. Fedoruk, J. Sereda, T. Horon. Bottom right quarter: J. Yaceyko, M. Ogonowski, J. Wendzynowski, J. Andrusiw, M. Tatarchuk, P. Genik, M. Skowronski, W. Ewaskiw, J. Sawchuk.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0003
- October 28, 1917
Photo postcard of Sich Riflemen before a crowd of military personnel and Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytskyj, Ukraine, October 28, 1917. Black and white sepia-toned print; date written on front. Identifying information on the back.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0028
Portrait print of Father Maxim Hermaniuk, in his horn-rimmed eye glasses. One print is loose; two others are affixed to cardboard frame/folders. He has signed his name in ink in Ukrainian on the front of one print, MMHP0028ii. Unidentified location, c.1945.
- CA UCAWA MMH019-MMHP0034
- July 14, 1947
In this black and white photo postcard, Father Hermaniuk poses with his scholar's hat in his hand, wearing the graduate's robes. There are three copies, the first encased in a cardboard folder. He has written on the folder in French: "Louvain, 1948, Belgique", however, on the second copy he has written on the front and the back in Ukrainian: "Reverend Dr. M. Hermaniuk, Louvain, 14/7/1947" adding on the back this is his aggregate degree in theology. On the back of the third postcard, Reverend Hermaniuk wrote in French: "Master of Theology, Louvain, 1947".