Mennonite Library and Archives
Mennonite Church USA Archives - North Newton

Photo Collection


Scanned photo collection

Included on this page are descriptions for all photos that we have scanned, numbered, and documented. Most of these were done at the request of researchers rather than as part of any systematic photo scanning program, so the collection is pretty haphazard. Using this page will allow a person to do a textual search among the scanned photo descriptions. Clicking on a photo number will bring up a full screen version of the scan. Contact the archives for further information.

In some cases you will see an image repeated more than once. This is a side effect of having the same image in more than one file format (such as jpeg and tiff).




2003-0001



Description:
Date: 1927
Location: China
MLA filing: Personal - Wang
Original size: 11 cm x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Other notes:


2003-0002



Description:
  • Stephen H. Wang with fiancée Margaret (Zhang Rui-ling)
  • Handwritten caption on back of photo: "Sent to Grandma Voth. Dies ist der Wang der in Bethel College war u seine Braut. Sie ist Oberin in einer Regierungs Mädchen Schule. Ihr Vater ist Presbiterianer Prediger."

  • Date: 1933
    Location: China
    MLA filing: Personal - Wang
    Original size: 6 cm x 8.5 cm
    Source: William C. Voth collection
    Photographer:


    2003-0003



    Description:
    Date: 15 May 1935
    Location: Hua Mei school, Kai Chow, Hopei, China
    MLA filing: Personal - Wang
    Original size: 14.5 cm x 20.5 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman collection
    Photographer:


    2003-0004



    Description: a Bible woman, Mrs. Hsun, of Taming
    Date:
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China-Missions-Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 5.7 cm x 8.5 cm
    Source: Marie J. Regier Frantz Janzen collection, 1985
    Photographer:


    2003-0005



    Description: Mrs. Chia La Sao, first and oldest Bible woman
    Date:
    Location: Kai Chow, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 6 cm x 85. cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0006



    Description: Mrs. Chia La Sao, first and oldest Bible woman
    Date:
    Location: Kai Chow, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 6 cm x 85. cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0007



    Description: Stephen Wang
    Date:
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0008



    Description: Detention Camp No. 1, Camp Funston, eating lunch; l to r, Carl Schmidt, William P. Wiens (Newton, Kansas), Pete Neufeld, Albert Unruh, John Andreas, Paul Bartsch (Newton)
    Date:
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (4)
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:
    Note: used in Gerlof Homan, American Mennonites and the Great War, p. 114


    2003-0009



    Description: Kitchen crew of COs
    Date: August 1918
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (5)
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: D. R. Hoeppner collection
    Photographer:


    2003-0010



    Description: "These are the COs on Adams Ranch at Odebolt, Iowa. We were 47 COs there from all over the USA. We came here from 163rd Depot Brigade Camp Dodge, Iowa in 1918, the 20th of Aug."
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Odebolt, Iowa
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (3)
    Original size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: B. M. Ensz, Beatrice, Nebraska
    Photographer:


    2003-0011



    Description: Christian Krehbiel (1832-1909)
    Date: 1905
    Location: Halstead, Kansas
    MLA filing: Krehbiel
    Original size: 8.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: J. E. Cox
    Note: used in Mennonite Life, June 1987, p. 5


    2003-0012



    Description: Henry Peter Krehbiel (1862-1940)
    Date: 1922
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Krehbiel
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Murphy
    Note: used in Mennonite Life June 1985 cover


    2003-0013



    Description: Cornelius H. Wedel
    Date:
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Wedel
    Original size: 8.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: McDaniel
    Note: used in Mennonite Life Dec. 1986 p. 15; used in Bethel College Bulletin Oct. 1993; used in Prairie People p. 99


    2003-0014



    Description: Samuel Schmidt Haury (1847-1929)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Haury
    Original size: 20 x 25 cm
    Source: Bethel Sisters' Home 1992
    Photographer:


    2003-0015



    Description: Heinrich Richert Voth (1855-1931)
    Date: ca. 1902?
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 7.5 cm x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Riesen


    2003-0016



    Description: Peter A. Penner (1871-1949)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Penner
    Original size: 8.5 cm x 11 cm
    Source: Matilda M. (Friesen) Graber 1985
    Photographer:


    2003-0017



    Description: Nathaniel Bertolet Grubb (1850-1938)
    Date: ca. 1900?
    Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Grubb
    Original size: 10 cm x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Alonza P. Young


    2003-0018



    Description: Cornelius Krahn (1902-1990)
    Date: 1977
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Krahn
    Original size: 6 cm x 7.5 cm
    Source: BC News Service 1993
    Photographer:


    2003-0019



    Description: Arnold Bernhard Dyck (1889-) (used in Mennonite Life April 1959)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Dyck
    Original size: 8.5 cm x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0020



    Description: Peter Jacob Braun (1880-1933)
    Date:
    Location: Alexandrovsk, Russia
    MLA filing: Braun
    Original size: 6.5 cm x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Ber Kogan


    2003-0021



    Description: Gerhard Penner (1805-1878)
    Date: ca. 1865
    Location: Gdansk
    MLA filing: Penner
    Original size: 6 cm x 10 cm
    Source: Hildegard Jantzen, Beatrice, Nebraska (Scanned from an original which was returned to her. The scan was then printed at Photos Plus in Newton, Kansas. February 2003)
    Photographer: Gottheil


    2003-0022



    Description: (l to r); Johann Philipp Wiebe, Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908)
    Date:
    Location: Odessa, Russia
    MLA filing: Warkentin
    Original size: 6.5 cm x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Zhukovsky?


    2003-0023



    Description: unidentified church interior; handwritten on back is "Prof. P. H. Richert"
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - churches
    Original size: 12 cm x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0024



    Description: unidentified farmstead; belongs with 4 other unidentified photos that are mounted similarly; the others are 2009-0011, 2009-0012 (detail of 2009-0011), 2009-0013, 2009-0014, 2009-0015; used in Gleanings from the Threshing Floor, No. 5, March 2003
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - miscellaneous scenes
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0025



    Description: John P. Klassen (1888-) at small potter's wheel
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Klassen
    Original size: 85. cm x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0026



    Description: Malcolm and Esther Wenger (date of Aug. 3, 1962 rubber-stamped on back)
    Date: 1962
    Location:
    MLA filing: Wenger
    Original size: 8 cm x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0027



    Description: groundbreaking for Bethel Home for Aged, Newton, Kansas; Mrs. Bernhard Warkentin at the controls of steam shovel belonging to Sowers Construction Co.; left to right in front: J. Glenn Somers, Hall Somers, ?, J. G. Regier, Sister Frieda Kaufman, Sister Catherine Voth, Mrs. Herman E. Suderman, Sister Lena Andres?, Sister Anna Gertrude Penner
    Date: March 6, 1925
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Oversize - Bethel Home for the Aged
    Original size: 37 cm x 16.5 cm (about 2 cm cut off of scan on left and right because it was too big for the scanner)
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0028



    Description: Stephen Wang
    Date: March? 1945
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 3 x 4.5 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman
    Photographer:


    2003-0029



    Description: James Liu
    Date:
    Location: Newton, Kansas?
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 7.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0030



    Description: Li Ping Jung, evangelist; minister - Mennonite church in Taming Fu; co-worker of W. C. Voth; photo probably taken upon graduation from a denominational (Presbyterian?) Bible school; information from Matilda Voth 1992
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Tsinan, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 6.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0031



    Description: Li P'e Ch'iu
    Date:
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 5 x 5 cm
    Source: H. J. Brown
    Photographer:


    2003-0032



    Description: Preaching the Gospel, Li P'e Ch'iu
    Date:
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 5.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0033



    Description: Li Kwang Ming, a leader among the Chinese Christians
    Date: 1939
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Aganetha Fast
    Photographer:


    2003-0034



    Description: Lao Li (venerable Li), Li Ken L'ing
    Date:
    Location: Taming Fu, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 7.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: from China poster exhibit "Evangelistic Work"
    Photographer:


    2003-0035



    Description: Chinese language teacher Leo
    Date:
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 4 x 6.5 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman
    Photographer:


    2003-0036



    Description: teacher at Tamingfu mission school
    Date:
    Location: Taming Fu, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 6 x 9 cm
    Source: Marie J. Regier Frantz Janzen
    Photographer:


    2003-0037



    Description: John Wang, school mate of Stephen Wang
    Date: Nov 4, 1939
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 7.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman
    Photographer:


    2003-0038



    Description: Sun Ch'ung Sheng when ordained
    Date: Dec. 24, 1939
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 8 x 13 cm
    Source: C. E. Krehbiel
    Photographer:


    2003-0039



    Description: COs waiting their turn for a hearing before the Board of Inquiry. Guards stand to the extreme left and right. Guard on the right was Manuel Seiker, a regular from Hillsboro, Kansas. Used in Gerlof Homan, American Mennonites and the Great War, p. 136.
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Gaede, Henry, collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Henry Gaede; D. R. Hoeppner?
    Photographer:


    2003-0040



    Description: James C. Liu, principal of the co-educational school; "In 1933 James received a mosquito bite on his right foot, it became badly infected from scratching. C. L. Pannabecker removed affected tissue surgically and used skin grafts to repair the area. James was hospitalized about 6 months."--James Liu, Sept. 1985
    Date:
    Location: China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0041



    Description: Liu Ching Hsüan at the time of his ordination
    Date: Dec. 31, 1939
    Location: Kai Chow, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 7.5 x 13 cm
    Source: C. E. Krehbiel
    Photographer:


    2003-0042



    Description: Mrs. Hsun or Sun, Bible woman
    Date: 1939
    Location: Taming Fu, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source: C. E. Krehbiel
    Photographer:


    2003-0043



    Description: Rev. Chia Yü Ming
    Date: ca. 1931-1936
    Location: Kai Chow, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 6 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0044



    Description: Huü or Jsü, postmaster
    Date: 1923
    Location: Kai Chow, China
    MLA filing: China - Missions - Chinese Christian workers (individuals)
    Original size: 9.5 x 14.5 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman
    Photographer:


    2003-0045



    Description: Dr. Caroline Banwar, daughter of Joseph and Trophenia Banwar, medical doctor
    Date: 1929
    Location: Bengal, India
    MLA filing: Personal
    Original size: 10.5 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0046 back



    Description: back side of 2003-0046; postcard; 4 male Bethel students eating watermelon; left to right, Samuel F. Langenwalter, Emil A. Dester, Albert L. Langenwalter, unidentified
    Date: 1913
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Student life - Picnics/outings - pre-1920
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5
    Source: John P. Linscheid and Edward A. Linscheid
    Photographer:


    2003-0046



    Description: postcard; 4 male Bethel students eating watermelon; left to right, Samuel F. Langenwalter, Emil A. Dester, Albert L. Langenwalter, unidentified
    Date: 1913
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Student life - Picnics/outings - pre-1920
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5
    Source: John P. Linscheid and Edward A. Linscheid
    Photographer:


    2003-0047



    Description: ringing of bell in Vietnam protest on Vietnam Moratorium Day; the person ringing the bell is Kirsten Zerger (identified by her, Feb. 2012); used in Collegian, Oct. 24, 1969; used in Sprunger, Campus, Congregation, and Community, 1997, p. 92
    Date: 15 October 1969
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Peace activities
    Original size: 10.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0048



    Description: Darlington government school for Arapaho children (not Cantonment mission school; the handwriting on the photo is wrong; see photo 2006-0118 which is the same exposure as this one)
    Date:
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 14 x 10 cm
    Source: Mrs. S. S. Haury?
    Photographer: Cosand and Mosser


    2003-0049



    Description: Darlington Indian mission school; H. R. Voth with children in foreground, women mission workers on balcony; stereoview
    Date: 1885
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 16.5 x 10 cm
    Source: David Goerz?
    Photographer:


    2003-0050



    Description: west of Darlington mission school on the morning when Indian children were to leave for Halstead, Kansas, to go to school at Christian Krehbiel's; front row left to right, David? Todd, Frieda E. Voth, H. R. Voth, Mary Todd; back row left to right, ? Trempe, John Pedro, Della Haury, Mollie ?
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 9.5 x 14 cm
    Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
    Photographer: Dean W. Tainter


    2003-0051



    Description: Bethel College Administration Building with large United States flag flying on top
    Date: ca. 1894
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Buildings - Ad Building - 6 - Exterior - South View - Before lamp post
    Original size: 24 x 18.5 cm
    Source: Louise Shields, 1992
    Photographer:


    2003-0052



    Description: Science Hall, Bluffton College
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location: Bluffton, Ohio
    MLA filing: Colleges - Bluffton
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0053



    Description: Freeman College, looking north on Main Street from college campus
    Date: ca. 1940
    Location: Freeman, South Dakota
    MLA filing: Colleges - Freeman
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0054



    Description: Bethel College homecoming; used in Graymaroon 1942 p. 11
    Date: fall 1941
    Location: North Newton, Kansas?
    MLA filing: Bethel College photos - Homecoming 1937-48
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0055



    Description: Newton Community Chorus in Bethel College Memorial Hall, probably for a Messiah performance
    Date: December 1943?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: unprinted negatives
    Original size:
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0056



    Description: Hector G. Valencia and Mary Becker Valencia
    Date: late 1980s?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Valencia
    Original size: 7.5 x 5 cm
    Source: The Mennonite office, 1994
    Photographer:


    2003-0057



    Description: Hector G. Valencia; used in The Mennonite, 1 April 1975, p. 208
    Date: 1975
    Location: Newton, Kansas?
    MLA filing: Valencia
    Original size: 9.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: The Mennonite office, 1994
    Photographer:


    2003-0058



    Description: Alexanderwohl church
    Date: 1914
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Abraham Warkentin, Newton, Kansas
    Photographer:


    2003-0059



    Description: Alexanderwohl church; on the back is hand-written "No. 2197-F"
    Date:
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 11 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0060



    Description: Alexanderwohl church
    Date:
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0061



    Description: Darlington school building
    Date: May 21, 1930
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 11.5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0062



    Description: Darlington school building
    Date: 1930s?
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: J. B. Ediger?
    Photographer:


    2003-0063



    Description: Darlington school building; maybe M. M. Horsch standing on steps
    Date: 1930s?
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: J. B. Ediger?
    Photographer:


    2003-0064



    Description: Darlington school building; maybe M. M. Horsch standing on steps to the left
    Date: 1930s?
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: J. B. Ediger?
    Photographer:


    2003-0065



    Description: Landskrone church; on the back is hand-written "No. 2191-F"; post card
    Date:
    Location: Landskrone, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0066



    Description: Alexanderwohl church; "In Warkentin album." (this is a photo of a photo)
    Date:
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 6 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0067



    Description: Alexanderwohl church; "In Warkentin album." (this is a photo of a photo)
    Date:
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 6 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0068



    Description: Tackmak church
    Date:
    Location: presumably near, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 11 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0069



    Description: Orloff church; postcard; hopefully we can find a better copy of this later
    Date:
    Location: Orloff, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 13 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0070



    Description: Halbstadt church; postcard; sent from G. Wiens in Russia to missionary Peter J. Wiens in Champa, India, 29 August 1906
    Date:
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0071



    Description: back of 2003-0070; postcard; sent from G. Wiens in Russia to missionary Peter J. Wiens in Champa, India, 29 August 1906
    Date:
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0072



    Description: Rev. M. M. Horsch on the steps of the old Darlington school building
    Date: 1930s?
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: J. B. Ediger?
    Photographer:


    2003-0073



    Description: second Darlington Indian mission school (built in 1882); H. R. Voth on left porch
    Date: 1884 or 1885
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 18.5 x 13 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth?
    Photographer: Cosand and Mosser


    2003-0074



    Description: Darlington school building; on the veranda, left to right, Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel), Maria Lehrman, Barbara Baer Voth and daughter Frieda; in foreground, H. R. Voth with Indian children
    Date: 1884?
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 19 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0075



    Description: Darlington Indian agency. The large building is the government school for Arapaho children. H. R. Voth in the foreground, with Indian children picking flowers.
    Date: ca. 1891
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: Kent Ruth, Geary, Oklahoma
    Photographer: C. C. Stotz


    2003-0076



    Description: Darlington mission school. Main building, wash house, barn-shed, corrals. Taken from the south. Indian children in foreground.
    Date: 1885 or 1886
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 19 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kafuman, 1990
    Photographer:


    2003-0077



    Description: Landskrone church; photo of a photo?
    Date:
    Location: Landskrone, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0078



    Description: Schönsee church; used in Mennonite Life, July 1948, p. 40
    Date:
    Location: Schönsee, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 8 x 14 cm
    Source: Henry F. Goerz?
    Photographer:


    2003-0079



    Description: Schönsee church; used in Mennonite Life, July 1948, p. 40
    Date:
    Location: Schönsee, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Henry F. Goerz?
    Photographer:


    2003-0080



    Description: Schönsee church
    Date: ca. 1970
    Location: Schönsee, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn
    Photographer:


    2003-0081



    Description: Darlington school children and teachers; left to right at top, Dian Luginbuel (m. Jacob Meschberger), Maria Lehrman (m. Jacob Warkentin), Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel), S. S. Haury, Barbara Baer Voth and baby Frieda, H. R. Voth (top of head cut off)
    Date: 1885
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 19.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Frieda Voth Regier Entz
    Photographer:


    2003-0082



    Description: Darlington school children and teachers; "x" marks Maggie Leonard, first convert. Teachers left to right, Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel), Dian Luginbuehl (m. Jacob Meschberger), Maria Lehrman (m. Jacob Warkentin), Barbara Baer Voth and baby Frieda, H. R. Voth. In left hand corner, Abe Nace, J. H. Schmidt.
    Date: 1886
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 19.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Mrs. J. H. Richert, February 15, 1933
    Photographer:


    2003-0083



    Description: Darlington school children and teachers; back row left to right, Maria Lehrman (m. Jacob Warkentin, ?, Dian Luginbuehl (m. Jacob Meschberger), ?, Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel, Frieda Voth, Barbara Baer Voth, H. R. Voth
    Date: 1885
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 19 x 11.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth?
    Photographer:


    2003-0084



    Description: Darlington school children and teachers; "x" marks Maggie Leonard, first convert. Teachers left to right, Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel), Dian Luginbuehl (m. Jacob Meschberger), Barbara Baer Voth and daughter Frieda, Maria Lehrman (m. Jacob Warkentin), H. R. Voth in doorway. Lower left standing, Abe Nace. Seated center front, J. H. Schmidt.
    Date: 1886
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 19 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0085



    Description: Darlington school children and teachers; MLA has a version of this photo that gives names of many of the children (see 2008-0135).
    Date: ca. 1886-1887
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 18.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
    Photographer:


    2003-0086



    Description: Darlington school children and teachers; teachers, front row left to right, Jacob H. Richert, H. R. Voth with daughter Frieda, Abraham E. Suderman; back left to right, Martha Moser (m. H. R. Voth), Maria Suderman (m. William Bartel), John H. Schmidt, Mrs. John H. Schmidt (Anna Voth), Anna Penner (m. Leonhard Bartel). Used in Mennonite Life, March 1992, p. 13. Used in Cathy Luchetti's Under God's Spell (1989), p. 113; used in Kimberly D. Schmidt, "Moneneheo and Naheverein; Cheyenne and Mennonite Sewing Cirles, Convergences and Conflicts, 1890-1970," Great Plains Quarterly 31,1 (winter 2011), 7
    Date: ca. 1890-1891
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 22 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: C. C. Stotz, El Reno, Oklahoma


    2003-0087



    Description: Alexanderkrone church
    Date: 1905
    Location: Alexanderkrone, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 13.5 x 10 cm
    Source: A. A. Töws, Namaka, Alberta, 1933
    Photographer:


    2003-0088



    Description: Interior of Mennonite Brethren church, Tiege. The church had been redone into a store. Note piano right center. Used in Mennonite Life, January 1949, p. 24. Note probably added by Horst Gerlach states that the person in the photo is Eugen Dürksen, a Russian Mennonite who became an interpreter for General Vlassov. See also Horst Gerlach, Die Rußlandmennoniten, Ein Volk unterwegs (Kirchheimbolanden (Pfalz), Gerlach, 1992), 92.
    Date: October 1941
    Location: Tiege, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 17 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0089



    Description: Exterior of Mennonite Brethren church, Tiege. Church was used as a store. See Mennonite Life, January 1949.
    Date: October 1941
    Location: Tiege, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 17 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0090



    Description: Petershagen church
    Date: 1910
    Location: Petershagen, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 8 x 4.5 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary library collection, 1993
    Photographer:


    2003-0091



    Description: "Threshing floor behind the fruit gardens and planted woods in Ohrloff. The roofs of the large barns are visible." A copy of this filed under "Russia-Warkentin album" says this was in Blumenort.
    Date:
    Location: Ohrloff, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farming
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: Henry A. Epp, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario?
    Photographer:


    2003-0092



    Description: Goerz House arbor and pond
    Date: ca. 1928
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 10 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Frances Goerz Garrison, 1988
    Photographer:


    2003-0093



    Description: Goerz House, view from southwest
    Date: ca. 1921
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 12 x 7.5 cm
    Source: G. A. Haury album
    Photographer:


    2003-0094



    Description: Goerz House, view from southwest; used in 1921 Graymaroon, p. 14
    Date: ca. 1921
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0095



    Description: Goerz House gazebo
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 5.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Frances Goerz Garrison, 1988
    Photographer:


    2003-0096



    Description: Goerz House
    Date: ca. 1905-1906
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Alvin R. Nickel, 1988
    Photographer:


    2003-0097



    Description: Goerz House, southeast view
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 23 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0098



    Description: Goerz House; seated on steps, Marie Franz?, Orletta Warkentin?
    Date: ca. 1942-1943
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0099



    Description: "Bauernhof in der Kolonie Orloff." Farm in Ohrloff.
    Date:
    Location: Ohrloff, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0100



    Description: "Colonie Altenau." Herd of cattle in Altenau
    Date:
    Location: Altenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0101



    Description: "An der Molotschna bei Halbstadt." Herd of cattle on bank of Molochna river near Halbstadt.
    Date:
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes - Molochna
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0102



    Description: Amish conscientious objectors lined up at Camp Funston; used in Gerlof Homan, American Mennonites and the Great War, p. 113 (There is another print of the same scene that is cropped slightly differently.)
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (folder 5)
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Albert Unruh, Goessel, Kansas
    Photographer:


    2003-0103



    Description: Mennonite farm in Tiege
    Date:
    Location: Tiege, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes - Molochna
    Original size: 9.5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0104



    Description: Home of Wilhelm J. Nickel in Hamberg
    Date:
    Location: Hamberg, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Alvin R. Nickel (son)
    Photographer:


    2003-0105



    Description: Home of Wilhelm J. Nickel in Hamberg
    Date:
    Location: Hamberg, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Alvin R. Nickel (son)
    Photographer:


    2003-0106



    Description: Primary school
    Date: 1958
    Location: Djoko Punda?, Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 29 x 23 cm
    Source: COM office, 1985
    Photographer: Melvin J. Loewen


    2003-0107



    Description: Maternity program, weekly check-up
    Date: 1958
    Location: Djoko Punda?, Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 23 x 29 cm
    Source: COM office, 1985
    Photographer: Melvin J. Loewen


    2003-0108



    Description: Medical clinic; John and Jeanne Zook, white doctor and nurse
    Date: 1958
    Location: Djoko Punda?, Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 23 x 29 cm
    Source: COM office, 1985
    Photographer: Melvin J. Loewen


    2003-0109



    Description: Mennonite church in Nyanga, Zaire; used in Mennonite Life, June 1980, p. 26-27
    Date:
    Location: Nyanga, Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 24 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0110



    Description: "Rev. Eash of Chicago," field secretary of the mission (Congo Inland Mission?), traveling by litter on his visit to the field
    Date: 1928
    Location: Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0111



    Description: Unidentified mission scene; used in Mennonite Life, June 1980, p. 24-25
    Date:
    Location: Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 28 x 20 cm
    Source: AIMM archives?
    Photographer:


    2003-0112



    Description: Larry Hills in AIC (African Independent Church) meeting. Bishop S. S. Tsofela, bishop Jacob Magwentshu.
    Date: 1985
    Location: Transkei
    MLA filing: Transkei - Mission activities
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer:


    2003-0113



    Description: Donna Entz with Abou and a nurse; used in The Mennonite, April 8, 1986
    Date: 1985
    Location: Burkina Faso
    MLA filing: Burkina Faso - Mission activities
    Original size: 13 x 9 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer:


    2003-0114



    Description: Donna Entz (right) sits with Mussa Barro, eldest chief of the village of Saraba, Burkina Faso. Entz's daughter Aisha is on her lap. Barro's grandson Draman Ouattara is on his lap.
    Date: January 1989
    Location: Saraba, Burkina Faso
    MLA filing: Burkina Faso - Mission activities
    Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer: Carla Reimer


    2003-0115



    Description: Jeanne Rempel and Heidi
    Date: 1980
    Location: Burkina Faso
    MLA filing: Burkina Faso - Mission activities
    Original size: 12.5 x 18 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer:


    2003-0116



    Description: AIMM (Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission) sponsored four delegates to a consultation in Senegal to discuss possible outreach to the Wolof people. The delegates represented three African Mennonite churches and AIMM. Left to right, Kabasele Bantubiabo, Mennonite Church of Zaire; Luamba Mbombo, Evangelical Mennonite Church of Zaire; Garry Prieb, AIMM executive secretary; and Siaka Traore, Evangelical Mennonite Church of Burkina Faso.
    Date: 1995
    Location: Senegal
    MLA filing: Senegal - Mission activities
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: COM (negative at AIMM)
    Photographer:


    2003-0117



    Description: Delegate meeting in Senegal to discuss possible outreach to the Wolof people.
    Date: 1995
    Location: Senegal
    MLA filing: Senegal - Mission activities
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: COM (negative at AIMM)
    Photographer: Garry Prieb


    2003-0118



    Description: Bible institute at Kalonda, Zaire
    Date: March 8, 1971
    Location: Kalonda, Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer: Tina Block


    2003-0119



    Description: Sign in front of Bible institute at Kalonda, Zaire
    Date: 1971
    Location: Kalonda, Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer:


    2003-0120



    Description: Women at Bible institute at Kalonda, Zaire
    Date: March 8, 1971
    Location: Kalonda, Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer: Tina Block


    2003-0121



    Description: Women at Bible institute at Kalonda, Zaire
    Date: March 8, 1971
    Location: Kalonda, Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer: Tina Block


    2003-0122



    Description: Allen and Marabeth Busenitz (missionaries in Lesotho)
    Date: 1972?
    Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
    MLA filing: Personal - Busenitz
    Original size: 12 x 17.5 cm
    Source: COM
    Photographer: Knutson-Bowers


    2003-0123



    Description: Annie C. Funk, missionary in India; postcard
    Date: ca. 1915
    Location: India
    MLA filing: Personal - Funk, Annie C. (missing as of Dec. 18, 2006 but see 2006-0206)
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Mrs. John H. Schmidt, Gotebo, Oklahoma, 1990
    Photographer:


    2003-0124



    Description: Annie C. Funk, missionary in India, at left; woman on right is unidentified
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Funk, Annie C.
    Original size: 12.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0125



    Description: Annie C. Funk, missionary in India, at right; woman on left playing lute is unidentified
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Funk, Annie C.
    Original size: 12.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0126



    Description: Annie C. Funk, missionary in India, at right; woman on left is unidentified (possibly her sister Cora)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Funk, Annie C.
    Original size: 12.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0127



    Description: Annie C. Funk, missionary in India, by a mill race overflow
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Funk, Annie C.
    Original size: 12.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0128



    Description: Annie C. Funk, missionary in India, by a mill race overflow
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Funk, Annie C.
    Original size: 12.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0129



    Description: Tombstone of Annie C. Funk, missionary in India, in Union Cemetery opposite the Mennonite church, Bally, Pennsylvania (from a postcard)
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Bally, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Personal - Funk, Annie C. (missing as of Dec. 18, 2006 but see 2006-0208)
    Original size: 8.5 x 10 cm
    Source: S. M. Grubb (H. R. Voth/Mennonite Historical Society collection no. 620)
    Photographer:


    2003-0130



    Description: Helene Wiebe Zimmermann, b. 1822, m. Ludwig E. Zimmermann
    Date: ca. 1870
    Location: Danzig/Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Personal - Zimmermann
    Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Gottheil
    Photographer:


    2003-0131



    Description: Ludwig/Louis E. Zimmermann, b. 1823
    Date: ca. 1870
    Location: Danzig/Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Personal - Zimmermann
    Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Gottheil
    Photographer:


    2003-0132



    Description: Anna D. Warkentin (1892-1977; used in 1931 Graymaroon, p. 22
    Date: 1931
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0133



    Description: Kaiser Wilhelm I of Germany
    Date:
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - miscellaneous
    Original size: 6.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0134



    Description: Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898); used in James Juhnke, Dialogue with a Heritage, p. 20
    Date:
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: Personal - Bismarck
    Original size: 8 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0135



    Description: Johann Andreas (b.1802) and Anna Fast (b. 1811)
    Date: ca. 1870
    Location: Elbing, Germany (Poland)
    MLA filing: Personal - Andreas
    Original size: 5.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: G. Glinski


    2003-0136



    Description: Peter Claassen (1828-1901) and Anna Andres (1823-1910)
    Date: ca. 1880
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Claassen
    Original size: 9 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Riesen, Newton, Kansas


    2003-0137



    Description: Leonhard Sudermann (1821-1900)
    Date: ca. 1870
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Sudermann
    Original size: 5.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source: von Riesen album No. 8
    Photographer:


    2003-0138



    Description: Cornelius Jansen (1822-1894)
    Date: 1873
    Location: Berdyansk, Russia
    MLA filing: Personal - Jansen
    Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Leonhard Sudermann album
    Photographer: Pipopulo


    2003-0139



    Description: standing left to right, Peter Jansen (1852-1923), Anna Jansen (1880-1953), Katherina Jansen (1881-1967; m. Gerhard C. Wiebe), Kathleen Wallace Jansen (1880-1922; m. John Jansen), Gertrude Jansen Claassen (1885-; m. Cornelius J. Claassen), John Jansen (1879-1919; m. Kathleen Wallace. Sitting, left to right, Gertrude Penner (1856-1915; m. Peter Jansen), Rete Welty, foster father of Kathleen (Wallace) Jansen. At the Jansen ranch.
    Date: ca. 1900?
    Location: Jansen, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Personal - Jansen
    Original size: 12 x 95. cm
    Source: J. Willard Linscheid 1986
    Photographer:


    2003-0140



    Description: Wilhelm Ewert (1829-1887); used in David Haury, Prairie People, p. 85
    Date: ca. 1880?
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Ewert
    Original size: 9.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Riesen, Newton, Kansas


    2003-0141



    Description: First Mennonite Church, Beatrice, Nebraska, original building
    Date: ca. 1880?
    Location: Beatrice, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Churches - Nebraska - Beatrice - First
    Original size: 22 x 14 cm
    Source: Frances (Penner) Stucky, McPherson, Kansas, via Cookie (Voth) Wiebe, 2002
    Photographer:


    2003-0142



    Description: Goldschar settlement near Newton; original source unknown
    Date: ca. 1880?
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - First, Newton
    Original size: 28 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0143



    Description: Emmaus church building near Elbing, Kansas; persons are Leonhard Sudermann (1821-1900), his wife Marie Sudermann Sudermann (1821-1915), and possibly their adopted or foster daughter Elise Janzen (1860-1931)
    Date: ca. 1880?
    Location: Elbing, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Emmaus
    Original size: 18.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Hans E. Regier 1989
    Photographer:


    2003-0144



    Description: Mennonite church at Fürstenwerder, West Prussia
    Date:
    Location: Fürstenwerder, West Prussia (Poland)
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia
    Original size: 14 x 10.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth/Mennonite Historical Society #1367
    Photographer:


    2003-0145



    Description: Mennonite church at Ladekopp, West Prussia; used in Mennonite Life, June 1988, p. 13
    Date: 1930
    Location: Ladekopp, West Prussia (Poland)
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia
    Original size: 17 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0146



    Description: Mennonite church at Heubuden, West Prussia; used in Mennonite Life, June 1988, p. 14
    Date:
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia (Poland)
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia
    Original size: 23 x 17 cm
    Source: First Mennonite Church, Newton, Kansas, Historical Committee
    Photographer: K. Müller, Marienburg


    2003-0147



    Description: Christian Krehbiel (1832-1909) with son David Krehbiel (1859-1873)
    Date: ca. 1865
    Location: Summerfield, Illinois
    MLA filing: Personal - Krehbiel
    Original size: 7.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0148



    Description: "M134 Street Scene and Interurban Car, Halstead, Kans."; Arkansas Valley Interurban; undated postcard
    Date:
    Location: Halstead, Kansas
    MLA filing: Kansas - Halstead
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0149



    Description: Summerfield, Illinois, Mennonite Church; unidentified gathering
    Date: 1897
    Location: Summerfield, Illinois
    MLA filing: Churches - Illinois - Summerfield
    Original size: 22 x 16.5
    Source: Frieda van der Smissen Andreas, 1985
    Photographer:


    2003-0150



    Description: Bethel College campus aerial view (used in Bethel College centennial booklet 1984; used in The Thresher Table inside front cover; used in Mennonite Life, Sept. 1987 cover)
    Date: ca. 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Campus scenes - 13 - Aerial views 1922-
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Monty Barnes, Wichita, Kansas, No. 1851


    2003-0151



    Description: Cornerstone laying for Memorial Hall, Bethel College; P. K. Regier at right
    Date: October 12, 1938
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Memorial Hall
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0152



    Description: Edmund G. Kaufman; used in 1938 Graymaroon, p. 27; used in December 1988 Mennonite Life, front cover and p. 43
    Date: 1934
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Kaufman
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman collection
    Photographer:


    2003-0153



    Description: Amos E. Kreider; used in 1938 Graymaroon, p. 30
    Date: 1938?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Kreider
    Original size: 5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0154



    Description: Robert S. Kreider
    Date: 1936
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Kreider
    Original size: 4.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0155



    Description: Bethel College debaters; left to right, Harry Martens, Abraham Warkentin, Karl Baehr, Robert, Kreider, others unidentified; used in 1936 Graymaroon, p. 42
    Date: 1936?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Debate and Forensics 1930-69
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0156



    Description: Junior play "Attorney for the Defense"; standing left to right, Robert Kreider, Ruth Penner Voth, Max Regier, Melba E. Kliewer, ?, Frank Rayburn; seated left to right, Robert B. Regier, Margaret Regier Rich, Jack Smith, Pauline Schmidt Steckley; used in 1938 Graymaroon, p. 66
    Date: 1938
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Drama 1930s
    Original size: 15 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0157



    Description: "Dirk's Exodus" performance at Bethel College; Dirk played by Aaron Rittenhouse, standing 2nd from left; the inquisitor played by Rob Epp standing at right
    Date: 1990
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Drama
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service
    Photographer: Larry Bartel?


    2003-0158



    Description: Unidentified home
    Date:
    Location: Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0159



    Description: Goerz Hall arbor
    Date: ca. 1936-1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall Arbor
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Helene A. Isaac album 1986
    Photographer:


    2003-0160



    Description: group of children with pets in front of Goerz Hall
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 9.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Frances (Goerz) Garrison, 1995
    Photographer:


    2003-0161



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp, which one? not Marietta
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location:
    MLA filing: slide 18.82
    Original size: 35mm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0162



    Description: Indian industrial school operated by Christian Krehbiel at "Krehbieltown"
    1. John Dyck
    2. Clarence Black
    3. Ollie Sitting Crow
    4. Dan Red Pipe
    5. Max Miller
    6. Dick Tyler
    7. Jake Horsch
    8. Emil Roman Nose
    9. Mr. Hoppe
    10. Ben Road Traveler
    11. Harry Short Teeth
    12. Thomas Todd
    13. Adolph (George) Curtis
    14. Johnny Big Nose
    15. Father Krehbiel
    16. Daniel Rich Bear
    17. Phillip Big Dog
    18. Mother Krehbiel
    19. Carl Sweezy
    20. Maggie Leonard
    21. Susie Krehbiel Ringelman
    22. John Black
    23. Emil Hauser
    24. Gussie Kaiser
    25. Martha Krehbiel
    26. Emma Kaiser
    27. Nancy Ruth
    28. Nettie Big Head
    29. Peter Hauser
    30. Mary Murphy
    31. Mary Hauser
    32. Oneida Norton
    33. Mary Poisal
    34. George Romero
    35. Joseph Tremp
    36. Eddie Krehbiel
    37. Ella Butts
    38. Grover Cleveland
    39. Mr. G. Ruth
    40. Bernhard Krehbiel
    41. Tillie Spotted Bear
    42. Laura Creeping Bear
    43. Edith French
    44. Tina Lichti
    45. Salome Loganbill
    46. Hulda Cleveland
    Date: 1885-1886
    Location: Halstead, Kansas
    MLA filing: MS.13, box 6, large album "General Conference Mennonite Missions of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Tribes of Oklahoma in pictures, 1880-1935" compiled by Mrs. G. A. Linscheid, Canton, Oklahoma, 1935, p. 15 (also a loose copy in Kansas - Halstead - Krehbieltown)
    Original size: 23 x 15.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0163



    Description: Colony administration building, Fernheim, Paraguay; postcard; used in Mennonite Life, June 1991, back cover
    Date: ca. 1940
    Location: Filadelfia, Fernheim, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fernheim Colony
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0164



    Description: Freeman College chapel; Jessie Ziegler, of Betheny Biblical Seminary (Chicago), speaking for Bible week. Ed Miller on platform (president of Freeman College).
    Date: ca. 1948
    Location: Freeman, South Dakota
    MLA filing: Colleges - Freeman
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Ray Unruh


    2003-0165



    Description: unidentified Civilian Public Service camp; someone has written in "Grottoes, Va.?" on the back
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location:
    MLA filing: CPS - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 14.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0166



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #4, Grottoes, Virginia, general view
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Grottoes, Virginia
    MLA filing: CPS #4
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0167



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #8, Marietta, Ohio, general view
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Marietta, Ohio
    MLA filing: CPS #8
    Original size: 23 x 17 cm
    Source: David C. Wedel, 1998
    Photographer:


    2003-0168



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #13, Bluffton, Indiana, flag raising; postcard
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Bluffton, Indiana
    MLA filing: CPS #13
    Original size: 13.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0169



    Description: Fall Fest 1973; used in Thresher 1974, p. 75
    Date: 1973
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1971-73
    Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0170



    Description: Fall Fest 1974; used in Thresher 1975, p. 91; left to right, Walt Friesen, Rhonda Murphy, Dan Brown, Jerry Clark
    Date: 1974
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1974
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0171



    Description: Fall Fest 1974; used in Thresher 1975, p. 13; Moundridge stage band
    Date: 1974
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1974
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0172



    Description: Fall Fest 1975; used in Thresher 1976, p. 4; left to right, Harold Schultz ringing bell, David C. Wedel, ?
    Date: 1975
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1975
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0173



    Description: Fall Fest 1979
    Date: October 1979
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1979
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Jim Harder


    2003-0174



    Description: Fall Fest 1981; opening convocation
    Date: October 1981
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1981
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0175



    Description: Fall Fest 1987; appearance on "Good Morning America" television program; Beth Hege in front of camera
    Date: October 1987
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1987
    Original size: 14 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0176



    Description: Fall Fest 1977; used in Thresher 1978, p. 79
    Date: 1977
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1977
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1987
    Photographer:


    2003-0177



    Description: Fall Fest 1980; center, left to right, Elaine Regier, Grant Unrau
    Date: October 1980
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1980
    Original size: 8.5 x 12 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1987
    Photographer: Jim Harder


    2003-0178



    Description: Fall Fest 1980, German meal; used in Bethel College Bulletin, November 1980, p. 4; in foreground, at right Marjorie Claassen, 2nd from right Ruth Entz
    Date: October 1980
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1980
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1987
    Photographer: Jim Harder


    2003-0179



    Description: Fall Fest 1984 balloon launch
    Date: October 1984
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1984
    Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0180



    Description: Fall Fest 1987, potter Brian Voth
    Date: October 1987
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Festivals - Fall Festival 1987
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0181



    Description: Bethel College Administration Building; someone has hand-written on the back "College Day"
    Date: before 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Ad Building - 24 - Exterior - SW View
    Original size: 4 x 3.5 cm
    Source: Abraham V. Tieszen collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2003-0182



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #18, Denison, Iowa
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Denison, Iowa
    MLA filing: CPS #18
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0183



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #20, Wells Tannery, Pennsylvania
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Wells Tannery, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: CPS #20
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0184



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #20, Wells Tannery, Pennsylvania; camp secretaries (unidentified) in technical office; calendar on wall shows April 1943
    Date: April 1943
    Location: Wells Tannery, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: CPS #20
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0185



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #31, Camino, California
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Camino, California
    MLA filing: CPS #31
    Original size: 5.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0186



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #33, Fort Collins, Colorado
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Fort Collins, Colorado
    MLA filing: CPS #33
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0187



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #33, Fort Collins, Colorado; Buckingham side camp
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Fort Collins, Colorado
    MLA filing: CPS #33
    Original size: 13.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0188



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #35, North Fork, California
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: North Fork, California
    MLA filing: CPS #35
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0189



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #40, Howard, Pennsylvania; postcard; artist unknown
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Howard, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: CPS #40
    Original size: 14 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0190



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #43, Aibonito, Puerto Rico; community center; hand-written on the back "The Community Center. The boxes being carried on the heads of the men are little caskets with the bodies of prematurely born triplets attended by Dr. Preheim."
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Aibonito, Puerto Rico
    MLA filing: CPS #43
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0191



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #57, Hill City, South Dakota
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Hill City, South Dakota
    MLA filing: CPS #57
    Original size: 10.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Willard K. Claassen, 1988
    Photographer:


    2003-0192



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #60, Lapine, Oregon; mess hall
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Lapine, Oregon
    MLA filing: CPS #60
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0193



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #64, Terry, Montana
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Terry, Montana
    MLA filing: CPS #64
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Aganetha Fast collection
    Photographer:


    2003-0194



    Description: Napier Mennonite Church, Bedford, Pennsylvania, interior
    Date: October 17, 1954
    Location: Bedford, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: J. Spangler


    2003-0195



    Description: Pine Grove Mennonite Church, Bowmansville, Pennsylvania, interior
    Date: April 24, 1955
    Location: Bowmansville, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: AMBS, Elkhart, Indiana, 1995
    Photographer: J. Spangler


    2003-0196



    Description: First Mennonite Church, Beatrice, Nebraska; interior of new church
    Date: ca. 1953
    Location: Beatrice, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Churches - Nebraska - Beatrice - First
    Original size: 24.5 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Fanders?


    2003-0197



    Description: Dedication of the Boqueirao gymnasium
    Date: 1957
    Location: Boqueirao, Brazil
    MLA filing: Brazil - Boqueirao
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0198



    Description: The prefect of Paraná hoisting the national flag at the dedication of the Escola Fritz Kliewer
    Date: March 22, 1959
    Location: Witmarsum, Paraná, Brazil
    MLA filing: Brazil - Witmarsum, Paraná
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0199



    Description: Second Mennonite Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, interior
    Date: 1962
    Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: AMBS, Elkhart, 1995
    Photographer: Loris Habegger


    2003-0200



    Description: Bethany Mennonite Church, Quakertown, Pennsylvania, interior
    Date: ca. 1964
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: AMBS, Elkhart, 1995
    Photographer:


    2003-0201



    Description: Walton, Kansas, Mennonite Church, interior; from a screen print?
    Date: after 1945
    Location: Walton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Walton
    Original size: 17.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Harold and Eldo Peters, 1988
    Photographer:


    2003-0202



    Description: Dallas Mennonite Fellowship enjoying a fellowship meal, presumably in a rented facility
    Date: April 17, 1977
    Location: Dallas, Texas
    MLA filing: Churches - Texas
    Original size: 9.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Western District Conference office, 1983
    Photographer:


    2003-0203



    Description: Eden Mennonite Church, Inola, Oklahoma; installation of Earl Cater; left to right, Jack L. Hardy, Rahlen Unrau, John Voth, Earl Cater, John Miller, Waldo Funk, Frank Keller
    Date: December 12, 1982
    Location: Inola, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Churches - Oklahoma
    Original size: 11.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Western District Conference office, 1983
    Photographer:


    2003-0204



    Description: Home of Wilhelm J. Nickel in Hamberg
    Date:
    Location: Hamberg, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Alvin R. Nickel (son)
    Photographer:


    2003-0205



    Description: hand-written on the back "A typical 'Wirtschaft' or homestead at the Molotschna" and also "Henry F. Goerz"; used in Mennonite Life, July 1948, p. 41
    Date:
    Location: Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 14 x 8 cm
    Source: MLA office files (Mennonites in Russia folder), 1994
    Photographer:


    2003-0206



    Description: 3 Bulgarian migrant workers; postcard; hand-written on the back is "No. 2194-F"
    Date:
    Location: Prangenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes - Molochna
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0207



    Description: Mennonite farm in Molochna
    Date:
    Location: Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0208



    Description: Home of Peter H. Penner; housed in buildings are, left to right, animals, machinery, granary, hired help quarters, family quarters
    Location: Grossweide, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 14.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Helen Penner Lingenfelder, 1990
    Photographer:


    2003-0209



    Description: Home of Peter H. Penner
    Location: Grossweide, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 14.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Helen Penner Lingenfelder, 1990
    Photographer:


    2003-0210



    Description: First Mennonite Church, Beatrice, Nebraska, interior
    Date: ca. 1953?
    Location: Beatrice, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Churches - Nebraska - Beatrice - First
    Original size: 23.5 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0211



    Description: Deep Run Mennonite Church, Bedminster, Pennsylvania, interior
    Date: July 24, 1954
    Location: Bedminster, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana, 1995
    Photographer: J. Spangler


    2003-0212



    Description: Germantown Mennonite Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, interior
    Date: April 27, 1955
    Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana, 1995
    Photographer: J. Spangler


    2003-0213



    Description: Grace Hill Mennonite Church, interior of old church
    Date: ca. 1953
    Location: Whitewater, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Grace Hill
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0214



    Description: Krehbiel Science Center at Bethel College, under construction, with flag flying over it
    Date: January 22, 2002
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Krehbiel Science Center
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2003-0215



    Description: Ebenfeld Mennonite Brethren Church, Hillsboro, Kansas, interior
    Date: ca. 1950??
    Location: Hillsboro, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Hillsboro
    Original size: 5.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0216



    Description: First Mennonite Church, Newton, Kansas; Arnold A. Epp with Advent wreath; used in Kansas magazine, 4th issue 1966, p. 9
    Date: December 1965?
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - First, Newton
    Original size: 5.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0217



    Description: Jacob A. Schowalter with Stanley Jost
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Schowalter
    Original size: 5.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0219



    Description: Roaring Spring Mennonite Church
    Date: October 17, 1954
    Location: Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana, 1995
    Photographer: J. Spangler


    2003-0220



    Description: Official opening of Escola Normal, Witmarsum, Brazil
    Date: ca. 1955
    Location: Witmarsum, Paraná, Brazil
    MLA filing: Brazil - Witmarsum
    Original size: 16.5 x 23 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Walter Dyck


    2003-0221



    Description: Bethel College students walking across the Green; used in the Thresher 1968, p. 10
    Date: 1968
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Campus scenes - 8 - On the Green
    Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0222



    Description: Central District Conference women's meeting, Saturday, August 5, 1950, Calvary Mennonite Church, Washington, Illinois
    Date: August 5, 1950
    Location: Washington, Illinois
    MLA filing: Churches - Illinois
    Original size: 17.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0223



    Description: Mennonite Brethren church, Reedley, California, interior
    Date: ca. 1954
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection (John B. Toews folder)
    Photographer:


    2003-0224



    Description: Spring Valley Mennonite Church, Newport, Washington, 75th anniversary celebration
    Date: October 10, 1999
    Location: Newport, Washington
    MLA filing: Churches - Washington
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: Denece L. Goertzen, 1999
    Photographer: Denece L. Goertzen


    2003-0225



    Description: Franconia Mennonite Church cemetery
    Date: ca. 1970
    Location: Franconia, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 12 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0226



    Description: Flag that used to fly over Hesston College and was taken down in 1970 during the Vietnam War. Holding the flag, John Sharp (left) and John D. Thiesen (right)
    Date: April 24, 2001
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Colleges - Hesston
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: James C. Juhnke


    2003-0227



    Description: Orchard in Neu-Halbstadt; hand-written on the back is the number "6308"
    Date:
    Location: Neu-Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farming
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0228



    Description: The first "Kleinwirtschaft" in Prangenau; postcard; hand-written on the back is "2193-F"
    Date:
    Location: Prangenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes - Molochna
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0229



    Description: Home of Wilhelm J. Nickel in Hamberg
    Date:
    Location: Hamberg, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Alvin R. Nickel (son)
    Photographer:


    2003-0230



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp, maybe Marietta, Ohio
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Marietta, Ohio?
    MLA filing: slide 18.62
    Original size: 35mm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0231



    Description: Civilian Public Service camp #8, Marietta, Ohio
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Marietta, Ohio
    MLA filing: slide 18.42
    Original size: 35mm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0232



    Description: United States flag flying at Bethel College, seen through a window in one of the stairwells of the Administration Building, during the Iraq War
    Date: March 2003
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: in the exhibit
    Original size: 20 x 25.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: June Krehbiel


    2003-0233



    Description: United States flag flying at Bethel College, in front of Administration Building, September 20, 2001
    Date: September 20, 2001
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: in the exhibit
    Original size: 20 x 25.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: June Krehbiel


    2003-0234



    Description: United States flag flying at Goshen, Indiana, hospital, across from Goshen College and College Mennonite Church. Many there assumed it was intended to antagonize the Goshen Mennonites.
    Date: October 19, 2002
    Location: Goshen, Indiana
    MLA filing: in the exhibit
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2003-0235



    Description: Newton, Kansas, Main Street looking south; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Kansas - Newton - Streets
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: Frieda Voth Regier Entz collection
    Photographer:


    2003-0236



    Description: Bernhard Warkentin
    Date:
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Warkentin
    Original size: 9 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Dudley Dodgion Toevs, 1998
    Photographer:


    2003-0237



    Description: Bethel College half-completed
    Date: 1888?
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 6 - Exterior
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0238



    Description: Unidentified home in Halbstadt
    Date:
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0239



    Description: Unidentified home in Halbstadt
    Date:
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 7 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0240



    Description: Peter Wiebe's farm, Lindenau; one of the people on the photo is Gerhard Unger?
    Date: 1927
    Location: Lindenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 11.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0241



    Description: Peter and Katharina (Rempel) Neumann home at Grossweide. Helen T. (Penner) Lingenfelder of North Newton was born here, at her maternal grandparents' home.
    Date:
    Location: Grossweide, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Helen (Penner) Lingenfelder, 1990
    Photographer:


    2003-0242



    Description: Garden belonging to Heinrich Penner at Grossweide. Heinrich Penner was the paternal grandfather of Helen (Penner) Lingenfelder of North Newton, Kansas.
    Date:
    Location: Grossweide, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Helen (Penner) Lingenfelder, 1990
    Photographer:


    2003-0243



    Description: farm in Tiegenhagen, built 1905
    Date: 1926
    Location: Tiegenhagen, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0244



    Description: Aron Reimer home in Fürstenwerder; postcard; "mein vaterliche Wirtschaft" is hand written on the back; "No. 2187-F" is also hand written on the back
    Date:
    Location: Fürstenwerder, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 11 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0245



    Description: Village pond near Lindenau
    Date: 1923
    Location: Lindenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 8 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0246



    Description: Farm of Loewen, Alexanderwohl
    Date: 1923
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0247



    Description: Gerhard Enns Wirtschaft, Friedensdorf; postcard; hand written on back is "No. 2188-F"
    Date:
    Location: Friedensdorf, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0248



    Description: unidentified Molochna home
    Date:
    Location: Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 10.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0249



    Description: unidentified Alexanderwohl home
    Date: 1923
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0250



    Description: Jakob Löwen Wirtschaft, Alexanderwohl; "Nach dem Original von Abr. Epp, Coaldale, Alberta, Canada, No. 160, 1933"
    Date: 1928
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 15 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Abr. Epp, Coaldale, Alberta, 1933
    Photographer:


    2003-0251



    Description: John [sic] Schroeder Wirtschaft, Alexanderwohl; postcard; hand written on back "No. 2184-F"
    Date:
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0252



    Description: Nervenheilanstalt Bethania bei Einlage
    Date: 1912
    Location: Einlage, Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 7 x 6 cm
    Source: Henry Wiebe, Vineland, Ontario; AMBS 1990
    Photographer:


    2003-0253



    Description: Muntau-Halbstadt hospital
    Date: 1970
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection
    Photographer:


    2003-0254



    Description: Muntau hospital
    Date: 1923
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 7 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0255



    Description: "Oekonomiegebäude" at Yushanlee; postcard printed by H. J. Braun in Halbstadt
    Date:
    Location: Yushanlee, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0256



    Description: Front view of Ohrloff hospital; used in Mennonite Life, January 1949
    Date: October 1941
    Location: Ohrloff, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0257



    Description: Muntau hospital
    Date: 1914
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 13 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0258



    Description: Morija deaconess home, Neu-Halbstadt
    Date:
    Location: Neu-Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 11 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0259



    Description: Grossweide orphanage; postcard; see 2003-0260 for back of postcard
    Date:
    Location: Grossweide, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0260



    Description: back of 2003-0260, Grossweide orphanage; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Grossweide, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0261



    Description: Doctors and nurses at Muntau hospital; seated, Dr. Heinrichs, Schw. Liese Wall, Schw. K. Bold, Fran Bärg; standing, Dr. Eisenbraun, ?, Dr. Karin Tavonius, ?, Hausvater Franz Wall, ?, ?
    Date:
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 12 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0262



    Description: Morija deaconess home, Neu-Halbstadt; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Neu-Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0263



    Description: Marien deaf and dumb school, Tiege; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Tiege, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0264



    Description: Back of 2003-0263; Marien deaf and dumb school, Tiege; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Tiege, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0265



    Description: Marien deaf and dumb school, Tiege; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Tiege, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0266



    Description: Muntau hospital; postcard printed by H. J. Braun, Halbstadt; see 2010-0002 for back of postcard
    Date:
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0267



    Description: Muntau hospital; postcard printed by "Kemnitz Eberswalde"; see 2009-0134 for back
    Date:
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0268



    Description: Ohrloff hospital
    Date:
    Location: Ohrloff, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0269



    Description: Ohrloff hospital, back view; to the left the pumphouse and workshop
    Date: October 1941
    Location: Ohrloff, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0270



    Description: Grossweide orphanage; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Grossweide, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0271



    Description: Back of 2003-0270; Grossweide orphanage; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Grossweide, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0272



    Description: Marien deaf and dumb school, Tiege; rubber-stamped on back "3673-P"
    Date:
    Location: Tiege, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 23 x 17 cm
    Source: H. Unruh?
    Photographer:


    2003-0273



    Description: Street in Muntau, hospital at right. There is some uncertainty here, since "Strasse in Halbstadt" is also hand-written on the back.
    Date:
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0274



    Description: Staff of Bethania mental hospital; no names are given
    Date:
    Location: Alt-Kronsweide, Chortiza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions
    Original size: 17.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0275



    Description: Martens family, Rückenau; Franz Martens is in the center of the buggy; to his right is Abraham M. Martens (1858-1925), later of Buhler, Kansas; Abraham M. Martens is the son of Abraham S. Martens (1826-1911)
    Date:
    Location: Rückenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes - Molochna
    Original size: 22 x 17.5 cm
    Source: J. Stanley and Lois Regier, North Newton, Kansas, 1999
    Photographer:


    2003-0276



    Description: Children at entrance of Woodlawn Mennonite Church, Chicago, early 1960s?; used in Mennonite Life, March 1988, p. 24
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Churches - Illinois
    Original size: 19 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0277



    Description: Middle District Conference meeting at Danvers, Illinois; Joseph Stuckey, host, at center front with white beard; used in Mennonite Life, April 1951, p. 16; scanned from the screen print in Mennonite Life, location of an original print is unknown; the MLA has a list identifying almost all of the persons on the photo
    Date: October 1, 1898
    Location: Danvers, Illinois
    MLA filing: Conferences - GC - Central District (Middle)
    Original size: 19.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0278



    Description: Mennonites leaving Russia for Canada, an emigrant train at the Lichtenau station; used in Mennonite Life, July 1948, p. 42
    Date: ca. 1923
    Location: Lichtenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Migration - 1920s & 1930s
    Original size: 14 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Henry F. Goerz; found in MLA office files "Mennonites in Russia" folder 1994
    Photographer:


    2003-0279



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church, built in 1873
    Date: 1898
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 14 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Siegfried, Quakertown


    2003-0280



    Description: General Conference missionaries Petter family living in a tent cabin near Fonda, Oklahoma, while church was being built; left to right, Marie Petter, Rodolphe Petter, ? (standing), Chief Mower, ?, ?, Valdo Petter, daughter of Mower, daughter of Mower, ?, ?
    Date:
    Location: Fonda, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Fonda
    Original size: 14 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Dunham, Fairview, Oklahoma


    2003-0281



    Description: Arkansas Valley Interurban, probably on Bethel College campus
    Date: ca. 1914
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Interurban from Newton to campus 1913-23
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: John M. Suderman 2003
    Photographer:


    2003-0282



    Description: Arkansas Valley Interurban, probably on Bethel College campus
    Date: ca. 1914
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Interurban from Newton to campus 1913-23
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0283



    Description: Arkansas Valley Interurban; location and circumstances unknown
    Date: ca. 1914
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Interurban from Newton to campus 1913-23
    Original size: 9.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Dan S. Thiesen, 1989
    Photographer:


    2003-0284



    Description: Arkansas Valley Interurban, on the Bethel College campus; postcard
    Date: ca. 1914
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Interurban from Newton to campus 1913-23
    Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman collection
    Photographer:


    2003-0285



    Description: Arkansas Valley Interurban along Main Street in North Newton; looking northeast, note the Bethel College Administration Building in the background
    Date: ca. 1914
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Interurban from Newton to campus 1913-23
    Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0286



    Description: "Rückenau group in front of kitchen just after we had addressed the gathering"; person labeled 1 is C. E. Krehbiel, 2 is Slagel
    Date: ca. 1923
    Location: Rückenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0287



    Description: hand written on back "22873 Ukraine Orloff Leichenbegängnis für Prof. Karl Lindemann (gest. 1.2.1929)
    Date: February 1929
    Location: Ohrloff, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 8.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0288



    Description: hand written on back "6300 Russland/Ukraine Deckhengst (Oldenburger Halbblut) in einem mennonitischen Dorf an der Molotschna"
    Date:
    Location: Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 9 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0289



    Description: hand written on back "51199 Ukraine Halbstadt (Molotschnaja-Gebiet) Motorenfabrik von Heinrich Schroeder"
    Date:
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 9 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2003-0290



    Description: hand written on back "51211 Ukraine Steinfeld/Molotschnaja Gebiet Herr u. Frau Martens, 14 Jahre Waisenvorsteher in Steinfelder Waisenamt"
    Date:
    Location: Steinfeld, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 9 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0001



    Description: "Dieses ist Cornelius Isaak (Lafke) Lade, Onkel von Joh. Isaak u. Grossvater von Gustav Froese. Später "Co-op" Laden. Er war unser Nachbar J. Klaassen."
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 16.5 x 10 cm
    Source: Jacob Klaassen, Laird, Saskatchewan
    Photographer:


    2004-0002



    Description: A Mennonite home in Siberia
    Date:
    Location: Russia - Siberia
    MLA filing: Russia - Siberia - Mehnert photos
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Klaus Mehnert?


    2004-0003



    Description: Model of a farm in Russia; see Mennonite Life, January 1947
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 12 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0004



    Description: Jakob Krahn farm, Rosenthal
    Date:
    Location: Rosenthal, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0005



    Description: Köppental, Auli Ata
    Date:
    Location: Köppental, Auli Ata, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0006



    Description: Köppental, Auli Ata
    Date:
    Location: Köppental, Auli Ata, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 10 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0007



    Description: American Relief Administration group
    Date: ca. 1921
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - WWI - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 23 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0008



    Description: Russian Mennonite students studying in Germany and Switzerland in the 1920s; back, left to right, Peter Epp, Abr. Fast, ?, Jakob Rempel (1883-1941), ?, ?, ?, Nevall, ?, ?, ?; front, left to right, ?, ?, Lena Epp, ? (Note, Jakob Rempel was identified by Naemi Fast from Germany, 27 Aug 2010)
    Date: ca. 1925?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 22 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0009



    Description: "Dieses ist Dietrich Tiessen ihr Haus. Auf der Treppe stehen Onkel Thiessen u. Tante. Das Pferd welches in den Wagen eingespannt ist, hat auf der Lysanderhoher Ausstellung eine goldene Medall bekommen. Auch in Köppental."
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Jacob Klaassen, Laird, Saskatchewan
    Photographer:


    2004-0010



    Description: photo of a pen drawing by Herman Bartsch of the home of his mother whose maiden name was Hamm [? Isaak?]
    Date:
    Location: Am Trakt, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 16.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Helen Marie Bartsch, Newton, Kansas
    Photographer:


    2004-0011



    Description: "Diese Aufnahme wurde gemacht anlässlich des Jubiläums der 25 jährigen Lehrtätigkeit von Br. Franz Bartsch im Dorfe Lysanderhöh. Fr. Bartsch ist der Autor der Broschure "Unser Auszug nach Mittelasien." 1. ist Pred. Herm. Neufeld 2. Pr. Jak. Bergman. 3. Pr. P. Bergman. 4. Der nach dem Tode von Ält. Joh. Quiring gewählte Älste Peter Wiens. 5. Lehrer Franz Bartsch. 6. Joh. A. Bergman, Oberschultze der Ansiedlung von 1884 bis 1896. 7. Jak. D. Froese, Vorsitzer des L-W. Vereins von ungefähr 1912 bis zur Revolution 1918 als der Verein liquidiert wurde."
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: J. J. Dyck, Laird, Saskatchewan
    Photographer:


    2004-0012



    Description: Mass grave at Blumenort 1918
    Date: 1918
    Location: Blumenort, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I, Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 14.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0013



    Description: A Sunday school class in Nikolajewka No. 5 in Ekaterinoslawer Gouver. Bachmuter Kreis; a. Johann Toews, minister and teacher; b. minister Hermann Neufeld, father of the editor of the Rundschau
    Date:
    Location: Nikolajewka, Bachmut, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0014



    Description: Brick factory of David Huebert in Arkadak
    Date:
    Location: Arkadak, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 12 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0015



    Description: Gerhard Jantzen and children on the wagon in D. Wall's yard
    Date:
    Location: Köppental, Auli Ata, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0016



    Description: Wall's mill
    Date:
    Location: Köppental, Auli Ata, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0017



    Description: Refugees in Backnang making Christmas cookies
    Date: ca. 1946
    Location: Backnang, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees in Backnang
    Original size: 14 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0018



    Description: Refugees in Backnang making Christmas cookies
    Date: ca. 1946
    Location: Backnang, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees in Backnang
    Original size: 14 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0019



    Description: Refugees in Backnang, party for youth
    Date: ca. 1946
    Location: Backnang, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees in Backnang
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0020



    Description: Refugees in Backnang, "Lunchtime. Powdered milk, sent over by the American Mennonites, provides nice lunch pails for the children."
    Date: December 1947
    Location: Backnang, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Backnang
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0021



    Description: Refugees in Backnang, "The Backnang camp seamstresses busily patching, mending, and fashioning new clothing."
    Date: 1947
    Location: Backnang, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees in Backnang
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0022



    Description: Zentralschule, Halbstadt; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0023



    Description: A class from the girls' school in Tschokmak, Crimea, taken in Sevastopol on a trip to Yalta
    Date: 1909
    Location: Sevastopol, Crimea, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 25.5 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0024



    Description: The damaged Dnieper dam facing northwest. In the foreground on the Zaporozhe side of the Dnieper river are the locks. Used in Mennonite Life, June 1984, p. 11
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Zaporozhe, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 24 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0025



    Description: Mennonite students at the teachers training school in Prischib
    Date: 1943
    Location: Prischib, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 9 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0026



    Description: Mennonite students at the teachers training school in Prischib
    Date: 1943
    Location: Prischib, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0027



    Description: Mennonite students at the teachers training school in Prischib
    Date: 1943
    Location: Prischib, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 11 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0028



    Description: Mennonite students at the teachers training school in Prischib
    Date: 1943
    Location: Prischib, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0029



    Description: Mennonite students at the teachers training school in Prischib
    Date: 1943
    Location: Prischib, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 12 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0030



    Description: Mennonite students at the teachers training school in Prischib
    Date: 1943
    Location: Prischib, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 9 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0031



    Description: Zentralschule in Crimea
    Date:
    Location: Crimea, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 23 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0032



    Description: Backnang refugee camp
    Date: ca. 1946
    Location: Backnang, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Backnang
    Original size: 23.5 x 17 cm
    Source: Magdalen (Friesen) Kim, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0033



    Description: Bible school in Crimea; Karl Friedrichsen one of the teachers
    Date:
    Location: Crimea, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Crimea
    Original size: 24 x 21.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: A. Trankov?, Sevastopol


    2004-0034



    Description: Painting by Alexander Harder, mass grave of German soldiers in Ukraine
    Date: 1943
    Location: Ukraine, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 7.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Hans Harder
    Photographer:


    2004-0035



    Description: Beggar in Odessa
    Date: 1943?
    Location: Odessa, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 5 x 8 cm
    Source: Hans Harder
    Photographer:


    2004-0036



    Description: Russians executed in Kiev during World War II
    Date: 1943??
    Location: Kiev, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 5.5 x 5 cm
    Source: Hans Harder
    Photographer:


    2004-0037



    Description: Preparing Christmas bundles in Backnang
    Date: 1947?
    Location: Backnang, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Backnang
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0038



    Description: Two Vertrauensmänner leaving the Hamburg Mennonite church with a bundle of clothing for their refugee group
    Date: 1947?
    Location: Hamburg, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - WW II - Germany
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0039



    Description: Mennonite church, Köppental, Trakt. Built 1866.
    Date:
    Location: Köppental, Trakt colony, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 23 x 15.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0040



    Description: Hand written on back "Noch ein Bild von Geb. Manueloff's Fabrik in Petro-Alexandrowsk."
    Date:
    Location: Petro-Alexandrovsk, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0041



    Description: Home of Jakob Friesen, Bergthal; see Mennonite Life, April 1957
    Date:
    Location: Bergthal, Ukraine, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0042



    Description: Bergthal Mennonite church; see Mennonite Life, April 1957
    Date:
    Location: Bergthal, Ukraine, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0043



    Description: Chortitza oak
    Date: 1936
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Villages
    Original size: 25.5 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:
    Note: On Mar. 6, 2009, we received an email from Deborah Erbacher in Canada with this note— "Paul Hann of Fortuna, California wrote to me on August 15, 2002 (address at that time, 1194 Crestview Dr. Fortuna, CA 95540-3202) and gave me the following information about the photo. I am indirectly related to Paul through his step-mother Helena Neufeld Von Kampen Hann. Paul writes. "Let me first answer the question about the boy sitting on the limb of the old Loewen oak. Yes, that's me (long ago). This picture was taken by a friend Rudolph Zaft - a photographer (also a Pastor [Seventh Day Adventist Church] who baptized me in the Dneiper River in 1943. Under that "special" oak branch is his wife with child. Then the boy in black is Arthur Zaft, Henry (my deceased 1/2 brother) and in the white dress is Helen, my stepsister who was very close to the Braun sisters. By the way, Arthur Zaft is living in Kelowna, B.C. He is a retired Pastor. On the far left (under the oak tree) are the Neufeld siblings."
    Note: What is probably the same photo is published in N. J. Kroeker, First Mennonite Villages in Russia 1789-1943, Khortitsa—Rosental (Vancouver, BC; Kroeker, 1981), p. 232. It has the caption "1936. The big oak and a gathering of Mennonites. Sitting in front, Tina Loewen. On the branch, Paul Hahn." The print of the photo in the Mennonite Library and Archives seemed to be cropped so that the two children on the left and right edges of the photo are missing. They can be seen in the version printed in the Kroeker book.


    2004-0044



    Description: unidentified institutional building; note photo is color
    Date: 1970s?
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 25 x 20 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0045



    Description: Chortitza apple harvest
    Date: 1914
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farming
    Original size: 25.5 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0046



    Description: Graduates of Chortitza secondary school
    Date: 1944
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 25 x 17.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0047



    Description: Chortitza Mädchenschule; Original was likely a color postcard; this is a photo of the original image.
    Date:
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 24 x 15.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0048



    Description: Interior of a church; Einlage? photo of a painting by unknown artist
    Date:
    Location: Einlage, Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 25 x 17.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0049



    Description: Hoeppner monument on Chortitza Island; photographed from a publication, but which one?
    Date:
    Location: Chortitza Island, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 23 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0050



    Description: view of Chortitza, shows Lepp and Wallmann factory; original was likely a color postcard; this is a photograph of the original
    Date:
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 23 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0051



    Description: plow as used by Mennonites in the pioneering years in Russia; from Alexander Petzholdt, Reise im westlichen und südlichen Russland im Jahre 1855 (Leipzig: Hermann Fries, 1864), 154.
    Date: ca. 1850
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0052



    Description: threshing stone as used by Mennonites in the pioneering years in Russia. Original was from Alexander Petzholdt, Reise im westlichen und südlichen europäischen Russland im Jahre 1855 (Leipzig; Hermann Fries, 1864), p. 157. See 2006-0178.
    Date: 1855
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0053



    Description: Hildebrand and Pries factory letterhead
    Date:
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: SA.I.338
    Original size: 22 x 23 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0054



    Description: Wladimirowo Forstei, noon meal in the forest
    Date: 1913?
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Alternative service
    Original size: 14.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0055



    Description: "Wreck of Sanitär train No. 167 during the time that the Germans drove Russians out of Austria"
    Date: ca. 1916
    Location: Austria?
    MLA filing: Russia - Alternative service
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0056



    Description: Wladimirowo Forstei, music hall and gymnastic field in a park
    Date: 1913
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Alternative service
    Original size: 15 x 10.5 cm
    Source: "nach dem Original" P. Peters, Gem, Alberta, 1933
    Photographer:


    2004-0057



    Description: Franz Toews, leader of Sanitär train #167 on the Austrian border
    Date: 1914-1915
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Alternative service
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0058



    Description: Teachers in South Russia. Johann Siemens (left) was shot to death during the Revolution in 1919
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0059



    Description: Wladimirowo Forstei, at work; two privates (Gefreiter) at left
    Date: 1913
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Alternative service
    Original size: 13.5 x 10 cm
    Source: "nach dem Original" of P. Peters, Gem, Alberta, 1933
    Photographer:


    2004-0060



    Description: Wladimirowo Forstei, going out to work
    Date: 1913?
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Alternative service
    Original size: 14.5 x 10 cm
    Source: P. Peters, 1933
    Photographer:


    2004-0061



    Description: Ak-Metchet school, William Penner teacher
    Date:
    Location: Ak-Metchet, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 16.5 x 11 cm
    Source: Mrs. Klaas Epp, Beatrice, Nebraska
    Photographer:


    2004-0062



    Description: German prisoners of war, returned from England and Russia, arriving at Münster Lager; see Mennonite Life, April 1948
    Date: 1947?
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Prisoners of war
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0063



    Description: German prisoner of war, returned from England or Russia, arriving at Münster Lager; see Mennonite Life, April 1948
    Date: 1947?
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Prisoners of war
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0064



    Description: German prisoner of war, returned from England or Russia, arriving at Münster Lager; see Mennonite Life, April 1948
    Date: 1947?
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Prisoners of war
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0065



    Description: Children of Backnang refugee camp pose with their Christmas bundles
    Date: April 17, 1951
    Location: Backnang, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Backnang
    Original size: 9 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0066



    Description: "Wirtschaft des Vorsitzenden des L-W Vereins in Lysanderhöh, Am Trakt, J. J. Dyck
    Date:
    Location: Lysanderhöh, Am Trakt colony, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: J. J. Dyck, Laird, Saskatchewan
    Photographer:


    2004-0067



    Description: Friedensruh Hochschule
    Date: 1906
    Location: Friedensruh, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 14.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0068



    Description: brothers Gerhard and Johann Dyck, from Ladekopp, Molochna, serving as drivers in Moscow during World War I; postcard
    Date: ca. 1914
    Location: Moscow, Russia
    MLA filing: Dyck
    Original size: 9 x 13.5 cm
    Source: Henry A. Epp, Niagara on the Lake Ontario; Hilda (Wiebe) Krahn, 1990
    Photographer:


    2004-0069



    Description: Selbstschutz group from the villages of Blumenort, Tiege, and Ohrloff (a better copy is at 2006-0173)
    Date: ca. 1918
    Location: Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Selbstschutz
    Original size: 17.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Henry A. Epp, Niagara on the Lake Ontario
    Photographer:


    2004-0070



    Description: handwritten on back "71245 Ukraine Bevölkerung eines sowjetruss. Dorfes hört durch den Lautspreches eines PK Nachrichten in ukrain. Sprache"
    Date: ca. 1941?
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 7.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0071



    Description: Adelsheim choir at the church in Nikolaifeld during German occupation (see 2004-0072); postcard
    Date: ca. 1941?
    Location: Nikolaidorf, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source: Olga Pankratz, St. Catharines, Ontario
    Photographer:


    2004-0072



    Description: back of 2004-0071
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing:
    Original size:
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0073



    Description: "No. 9 - Die traute Heimat einer Mennoniten Familie in der Orenburger Siedlung durch das Hochwasser zerstört. Durch die grosse Schneemenge und deren rasches schmelzen kam eine Unmenge von Wasser mit Schnee und Erde gemischt eine kleine Anhöhe herunter geprallt und zerstörte ein grösseres Lehm Haus in Klubnikow ganz in der nähe vom A. M. R. Lagerhaus. Die Aufnahme zeigt die verunglückte Familie ohne die Grossmutter, welche zwei Tage darauf starb. Auch sind in anderen Dörfern verhältnissmässig kleinere Schäden durch das Wasser angerichtet worden."
    Date: ca. 1919?
    Location: Orenburg, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0074



    Description: Thierstein/Wedel house, North Newton
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Thierstein/Wedel house
    Original size: 3.5 x 2.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0075



    Description: Thierstein/Wedel house, North Newton; Elm Cottage in background
    Date: ca. 1902
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Thierstein/Wedel house
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Nicolai W. Bahnman


    2004-0076



    Description: "No. 21 - Ein Teil einer Mennoniten Familie, deren Haupt der vorige Vorsteher der Uraner Wollost war."
    Date: ca. 1919?
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0077



    Description: flight from Ukraine westwards in 1943; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 11
    Date: 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0078



    Description: handwritten on back in Cornelius Krahn's handwriting "Jantzen Aliata, Turkestan Missionsreise"
    Date:
    Location: Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 8.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0079



    Description: "1 H - Stadt Samara. Hauptbahnhof an der Samara Slatoustower Bahn. Samara liegt etwa 1000 Werst gerade östlich von Moskau, mit ca. 250,000 Einwohner."
    Date: ca. 1919?
    Location: Samara, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0080



    Description: horse pulling two threshing stones
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farming
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: John F. Schmidt, 1994
    Photographer:


    2004-0081



    Description: "No. 11 - Eine typische Mennoniten Familie. D. R. Hs. [D. R. Hoeppner??] erste Bekanntschaft mit einer Mennoniten Familie in Russland. Familie Penner betreibt Ackerbau und hat nebenbei eine kleine Mühle."
    Date: ca. 1919?
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0082



    Description: Mennonites on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, fall 1943, cooking noon meal; postcard; see 2010-0001 for the back of the postcard
    Date: fall 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0083



    Description: Kitchen for feeding children in the famine area, in a schoolhouse
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0084



    Description: "No. 23 - Beim Transportieren von Saatgetreide. Wie bekannt, hat die russische Regierung Züge voll Saatgetreide an die Bauern verteilt. Beim abholen dieses Getreides sah man manchmal eine ganze Karawane von einigen hundert Fuhrwerke den Weg entlang ziehen. Unter den Getreide-Ausgaben befand sich auch Sendung von 10 Millionen Dollars amerikanischen Saatweizens, welche die Russische Regierung für Goldrubel kaufte."
    Date: ca. 1919
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0085



    Description: handwritten on back "Passenger train - En route Moscow to Orenburg. Subject; Loading logs for locomotive fuel on way. D. R. H."
    Date: April 1922
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: D. R. Hoeppner?
    Photographer:


    2004-0086



    Description: "No. 26 C - Der hintere Teil der Ruins - Die Wohnung des Lagerhaus Mannes - wurde sofort nach dem Brande durch Mitthilfe der A. M. R. wieder bewohnbar gemacht. Dazu wurden freiwillige Arbeiter engagiert und die A M R gab täglich diesen ein freien Mittag."; postcard
    Date: ca. 1920
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0087



    Description: "No. 5 A - Beim Transport der A. M. R. Produktion von der Bahnstation "Platovka." Gleich nach der Ankunft einer Sendung werden die benötigten Fuhrwerke (Podwoddi) von dem Lokalen A M R Hilfskomitee gebeten die amerikanische Produkten abzuholen. Worauf einige dann kommen und andere nicht. Die grösste A M R Sendung an die Orenburger Siedlung bestand aus folgendem Quantum; Kakau - 2825 Kilogramm; Zucker - 11872 Kilogramm; Mehl - 70868 Kilogramm; Bohnen - 7184 Kilogramm; Korngrütze - 18440 Kilogramm; Fett - 6295 Kilogramm; Reis - 12862 Kilogramm; Kondensierte Milch - 1172 Kisten und 6 Dosen. Die erste Transport war besonders verhängnisvoll, weil die Wege im Frühjahr noch nicht trocken und die Pferden meistens nur Haut und Knochen waren. Infolgedessen gab es einige Opfer an Pferden auf der Rückfahrt."
    Date: ca. 1920
    Location: Orenburg, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0088



    Description: it looks like the handwriting below the photo says "Orenburg Mennonite home"
    Date: ca. 1920
    Location: Orenburg, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 10.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0089



    Description: "Making fuel"; rubber stamp on back indicates the print was processed by H. S. Stovall of Newton, Kansas
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0090



    Description: Corn. Wall's children, Köppental
    Date:
    Location: Köppental, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farming
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0091



    Description: Unruh family gathered in Muntau at Peter H. Unruh's departure
    Date:
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Unruh, Rev. Peter H.
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Hilda (Ediger) Voth, 2002
    Photographer:


    2004-0092



    Description: "No. 20 - Auf dem Markte in Orenburg. Die aufgestapelten Früchte sind Wassermelonen - hier Arbusen genannt. Aus dieser. Mit recht gutem Erfolge werden sie in der Nähe von Orenburg und Pokrovka, wo mehr sandiger Boden ist, gezogen. Durch grösse und gutem Geschmack zeichnen sich besonders aus die Wassermelonen von Iletskaja - Seschtschita (bei den Salzgruben 40 Werst südlich von Orenburg.). Das Ernte Ergebniss hängt viel von den Frührjahrs- und Spätjahrs Frosten ab. Auf der Orenburger Mennoniten Siedlung sind nicht oft gute Erfolge erzielt worden. Die hier oft halbreif bleibenden Arbusen werden in Fässer eingelegt und halten sich gut bis zum Frühjahr. Im Spätherbst bezahlte man für eine gute Arbuse 1/2 Million Rubel. (6 bis 8 cents)."; postcard
    Date: ca. 1920
    Location: Orenburg, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0093



    Description: Alexanderwohl church
    Date:
    Location: Alexanderwohl, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 14 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0094



    Description: unidentified; from "Warkentin album", p. 27 upper left
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0095



    Description: Gerhard Enns family, estate owners at Burkut near Altenau, later in Virgil, Ontario; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Burkut estate, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: Henry A. Epp, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario; Hilda (Wiebe) Krahn, 1990
    Photographer:


    2004-0096



    Description: Mennonite school in Omsk; postcard (see 2004-0097 for back)
    Date: May 14, 1911
    Location: Omsk, Siberia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: MLA office files (Walter Wiegand folder), 1994; stapled to a May 22, 1947, letter
    Photographer:


    2004-0097



    Description: back of 2004-0096
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing:
    Original size:
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0098



    Description: Russian medical workers captured by the German military January 28, 1915; front row is five Russian soldiers; postcard
    Date: 1915
    Location: Europe
    MLA filing: Russia - Alternative service
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0099



    Description: Home in Siberia; used in Der Bote?
    Date:
    Location: Siberia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Siberia - Mehnert photos
    Original size: 16.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Klaus Mehnert?


    2004-0100



    Description: handwritten notes on back, probably in Cornelius Krahn's handwriting, say "Agnes Epp, likely Chortitza Zentralschule, Russia; Anna Suderman(?) (Winnipeg) in center"
    Date:
    Location: Chortitza?, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0101



    Description: "Ein Bild vom Kuban wo auch vieler Verwandter Sohn von Friesens Mariche dabei ist. Allso ein Wiens"
    Date:
    Location: Kuban, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 15 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0102



    Description: German occupation troops in Melitopol; General von Kosch
    Date: 1918
    Location: Melitopol, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 16.5 x 10 cm
    Source: Henry A. Epp, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario
    Photographer:


    2004-0103



    Description: Feeding children, Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Evangelisches Hilfswerk
    Date: 1946 or 1947
    Location: Ludwigshafen, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 16 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0104



    Description: VBHH executives; left to right, Peter I. Dyck (Ekaterinoslav), B. B. Janz, Philipp Cornies
    Date: ca. 1924?
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Conferences
    MLA filing: Cornies, Philipp D.
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0105



    Description: Einlage school, VII. Klasse; teachers left to right, Hans Rempel, Mrs. Unger, Schatner, Mino Wenigkeit (head of the school)
    Date: 1942
    Location: Einlage, Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection (J. D. Rempel folder), 1983
    Photographer:


    2004-0106



    Description: Last meeting of the VBHH, 1926; used in Frank H. Epp, Mennonite Exodus, p. 226; see also John B. Toews, With Courage to Spare, p. 43
    Date: February 17-20, 1946
    Location: Moscow?, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Conferences
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection (John B. Toews folder), 1983
    Photographer:


    2004-0107



    Description: VBHH or AMLV meeting, but unknown which one
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Conferences
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection (John B. Toews folder), 1983
    Photographer:


    2004-0108



    Description: Second meeting of representatives of the AMLV in Dawlekanowo
    Date: June 27-30, 1924
    Location: Dawlekanowo, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Conferences
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection (John B. Toews folder), 1983
    Photographer:


    2004-0109



    Description: Forestry workers at noon meal, Crimea
    Date:
    Location: Crimea, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0110



    Description: "Eine Beerdigung. Die Mutter des Hauses liegt im Sarge und __?__ auf den Friedhof gefahren werden. Der Vater und ein Sohn stehen vor dem Wagen. Der 2. Sohn führt das rechte Pferd. Links vom Wagen sind die Töchter des Hauses mit Kränzen. Nicht sehr lange nach dieser __?__-feier wurde der alte Vater mit einem Sohne und noch 19 Personen a__?__ grässliche Weise von den Banden umgebracht; sie wurden buchstäblich in Stücke zerhackt, dass man die Leichname garnicht wieder erkennen konnte."
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0111



    Description: Famine victims; copy of a glass slide donated by C. E. Krehbiel
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0112



    Description: Group of refugees and baggage; copy of a glass slide donated by C. E. Krehbiel
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 16.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0113



    Description: German estate owner going out to harvest
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 16.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0114



    Description: Farm buildings of Jacob J. Wieler, Neu-Samara
    Date:
    Location: Neu-Samara, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0115



    Description: Farm buildings of Jacob J. Wieler, Neu-Samara; son Peter in white shirt
    Date: 1917?
    Location: Neu-Samara, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0116



    Description: German farmer's wife in a commune at Akmolinsk
    Date:
    Location: Akmolinsk, Kazakhstan, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Siberia - Mehnert photos
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Klaus Mehnert?


    2004-0117



    Description: Neu-Halbstadt Zentralschule; this is from a screen print, where is the original?
    Date: 1905
    Location: Neu-Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 17 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0118



    Description: Herd at the well, Gut Neuhof-Brodsky, Johann Peter Schroeder; this is from a screen print, where is the original?
    Date:
    Location: Gut Neuhof-Brodsky, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 17 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0119



    Description: Anadoler Forstei, all with bicycles; this is from a screen print, where is the original?
    Date: 1912
    Location: Southern, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Alternative service
    Original size: 17 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0120



    Description: Neuhof-Brodsky estate, Johann P. Schroeder; middle the Gutshaus, at right the stall for the "Herrschaftspferde"; this is from a screen print, where is the original?
    Date:
    Location: Neuhof-Brodsky estate, Melitopol region, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 17 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0121



    Description: New country estate and garden of the Khan
    Date:
    Location: Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0122



    Description: Mennonite village dwelling
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 16 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0123



    Description: Flight fron the Soviet Union; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 9
    Date: 1943
    Location: Europe
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 16 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Karl Götz
    Photographer:


    2004-0124



    Description: Windmill; Warkentin album, p. 18; where?
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 12 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0125



    Description: Farm of H. Quiring in Orlofferfelde; today used as a collective farm; Peter Dyck with the manager in the barn door; rubber-stamped "Property of Mennonite Central Committee"
    Date:
    Location: Orlofferfelde, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 12.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Mennonite Central Committee
    Photographer:


    2004-0126



    Description: Mennonite school in Central Asia
    Date:
    Location: Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0127



    Description: Church at Schönsee
    Date: 1970 or 1971
    Location: Schönsee, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection
    Photographer:


    2004-0128



    Description: Church at Prischib; from Warkentin album, p. 11 upper left
    Date:
    Location: Prischib, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 7 x 4.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0129



    Description: Unidentified group; from Warkentin album, p. 43 upper left
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 8.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0130



    Description: Forestry workers (Forsteisoldaten) at mid-day rest; from Warkentin album, p. 20 upper left
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 9.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0131



    Description: Unidentified activity; from Warkentin album, p. 43 upper right
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 8.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0132



    Description: Forestry workers; from Warkentin album, p. 20 lower right; rubber-stamped "C. V. McDaniel, McDaniel Studio, Newton, Kan."
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 7 x 5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0133



    Description: Horse-operated well in Alexanderfeld; from Warkentin album, p. 29 upper right; from some published source, but where?
    Date:
    Location: Alexanderfeld, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 8 x 6 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0134



    Description: Spat Zentralschule; from Warkentin album, p. 27 upper right; rubber-stamped "C. V. McDaniel, McDaniel Studio, Newton Kan."
    Date:
    Location: Spat, Crimea, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 7.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0135



    Description: Mennonite Sanitäter in World War I; from Warkentin album, p. 20 lower left; rubber-stamped "C. V. McDaniel, McDaniel Studio, Newton Kan."
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 9 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0136



    Description: Unidentified harvesting scene; from Warkentin album, p. 16 upper left
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0137



    Description: Unidentified plowing scene; from Warkentin album, p. 13 left
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0138



    Description: Church in Kalinowo; copied from a published source, but where?
    Date:
    Location: Kalinowo, Memrik, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 9.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: David G. Rempel, Stanford, California, 1933
    Photographer:


    2004-0139



    Description: On the trek out of Transnistria; handwritten on the back in red ink "zu Gertrud Braun"
    Date: April 1944
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0140



    Description: Trek out of the Soviet Union
    Date: 1943?
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0141



    Description: Trek out of the Soviet Union
    Date: 1943?
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0142



    Description: Trek out of the Soviet Union
    Date: 1943?
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0143



    Description: handwritten on back "Dr. Thiessen mit Morija-Schwestern (Vollschwestern) im Dienst von Bethania. Aufnahme v. 1927; Ausflug an den Dnjepr. Entnommen am Privatversammlung von H. Reimer, z. Zt. MCC-Lager, Gronau i. W. (früher Hausvater in Bethania)"
    Date: 1927
    Location: Dniepr river, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: H. Reimer


    2004-0144



    Description: Trek out of the Soviet Union
    Date: 1943?
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0145



    Description: handwritten on back "Schwesterinnen aus Morija als Praktikantinnen in Bethania. Entnommen aus Privatsammlung von Heinrich Reimer"
    Date: 1927?
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source: Heinrich Reimer
    Photographer:


    2004-0146



    Description: Mennonite church in Chortitza; scanned from P. M. Friesen, Die Alt-Evangelische Mennonitische Brüderschaft in Russland (1789-1910) im Rahmen der mennonitischen Gesamtgeschichte (Halbstadt, Taurien: Raduga, 1911), p. 702
    Date:
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 12 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0147



    Description: Mennonite church in Kronsweide; scanned from P. M. Friesen, Die Alt-Evangelische Mennonitische Brüderschaft in Russland (1789-1910) im Rahmen der mennonitischen Gesamtgeschichte (Halbstadt, Taurien: Raduga, 1911), p. 702
    Date:
    Location: Kronsweide, Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 12 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0148



    Description: Mennonite church in Einlage (Kitschkas); scanned from P. M. Friesen, Die Alt-Evangelische Mennonitische Brüderschaft in Russland (1789-1910) im Rahmen der mennonitischen Gesamtgeschichte (Halbstadt, Taurien: Raduga, 1911), p. 702
    Date:
    Location: Einlage, Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 12 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0149



    Description: Unidentified street scene
    Date:
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 13 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0150



    Description: Rev. Wagner, C. L. Graber, C. F. Klassen
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 11 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0151



    Description: Unidentified meeting
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 12.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0152



    Description: Men and boy plowing
    Date: 1921-1922
    Location: Ukraine, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0153



    Description: Threshing in Köppental; from Warkentin album, p. 14 right; note the use of a threshing stone
    Date:
    Location: Köppental, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0154



    Description: Harvest on Falz-Fein estate
    Date:
    Location: Falz-Fein, Ukraine, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 11.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0155



    Description: Mass grave at Blumenort?; from Warkentin album, p. 31
    Date: November 1919
    Location: Blumenort?, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 14.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0156



    Description: Unidentified farm scene; from Warkentin album, p. 28 lower center
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 14.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0157



    Description: Unidentified group; from Warkentin album, p. 30
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 14.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0158



    Description: Unidentified people with large pumpkins or gourds; from Warkentin album, p. 17
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 14.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0159



    Description: Entrance to club in a village in Slawgorod
    Date:
    Location: Slawgorod, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Siberia - Mehnert photos
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Mehnert
    Photographer: Klaus Mehnert?


    2004-0160



    Description: Village in the Kulunda steppe in province of Altai
    Date:
    Location: Altai, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Siberia - Mehnert photos
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Mehnert
    Photographer: Klaus Mehnert?


    2004-0161



    Description: Maifest at the Durchgangslager Lechfeld; postcard; from Warkentin album page 43 lower center. Has handwritten number "92" on back, "73" is crossed out.

    Four persons have been identified by Ken Petkau (email to MLA, Jan. 2007), David Aron Lepp (b. 1866) is sitting on the left side of the rightmost table; he is the balding man with a beard. His daughter Sara Lepp (b. 1904) is sitting on the inside of the left-hand table, 5th from the front. Heinrich Lepp (b. 1919) is lying on the ground 3rd from right. Franz Dyck is on the outside of the right-hand table, 6th from the front (he later married Sara Lepp).


    Date: May 6, 1924
    Location: Lechfeld, Germany
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer: A. Hillenbrand, Schwabmünchen


    2004-0162



    Description: Two unidentified women at a literature rack
    Date:
    Location: Germany?
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 12.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0163



    Description: Unidentified group singing, in Espelkamp
    Date:
    Location: Espelkamp, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 12.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0164



    Description: Church service in a "neighborhood center" in Berlin
    Date:
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0165



    Description: Women in Mennonite worship in Dshetesai, Uzbek SSR, frame taken from Baptist film; used in Mennonite Life, March 1978, p. 26
    Date:
    Location: Dshetesai, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 11 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0166



    Description: Kampenhausen or Stokopani estate, owned by Johann Philipp Wiebe, son-in-law of Johann Cornies; same photo appears in Helmut T. Huebert, Mennonite Estates in Imperial Russia 2nd ed. (Winnipeg; Springfield, 2008), 443. (Identified by Heiderun von Issendorff of Wiesbaden, Germany, in a letter to the MLA, 1 May 2013. She is a relative of that Wiebe family.)
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 16 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0167



    Description: Windmill; used in Mennonite Life?, when?
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 11.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0168



    Description: Lockwisch settlement; including pet dog; from Warkentin album, p. 41 lower left
    Date: June 7, 1921
    Location: Lockwisch, Germany
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 8 x 6 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0169



    Description: Mennonite refugee group in Westerbeck, Mecklenburg; from Warkentin album, p. 41 lower right
    Date: October 16, 1921
    Location: Westerbeck, Mecklenburg, Germany
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 7.5 x 4.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0170



    Description: Unidentified; from Warkentin album, p. 41 lower right
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0171



    Description: Mennonite church in Danzig
    Date: 1925?
    Location: Danzig, Germany; Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Danzig
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0172



    Description: Lockwisch settlement; sign says "Nicolai Clasen"; from Warkentin album, p. 40 upper left
    Date: June 7, 1921
    Location: Lockwisch, Germany?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 8.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0173



    Description: Unidentified institutional building; from Warkentin album, p. 42 upper left
    Date:
    Location: Germany?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0174



    Description: Crowd with railroad cars, refugees loading?; from Warkentin album, p. 39 upper center
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0175



    Description: Unidentified home scene; from Warkentin album, p. 4
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 14.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0176



    Description: Meeting in Oberursel, Germany, on June 28, 1922 of the German Mennonite Relief Commission (Deutsche Mennoniten Hilfe) with representatives from Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, and the United States, called at the suggestion of Ds. Fleischer, business director of the Dutch Commissie voor Buitenlandsche Nooden; back (2 men at back left), left to right, Theodor Block (Halbstadt, Russia), Abraham Braun (Oberursel, Germany); back, left to right, Victor Günther (Germany), Peter Klassen (Germany), Jacob Wieler (Samara, Russia), Emil Händiges (Germany), Abraham Warkentin (Germany), Heinrich Braun (Halbstadt, Russia), Ulrich Hege (Germany), Samuel Gerber (Switzerland); front, left to right, H. van der Smissen (Germany), Ds. Fleischer (Netherlands), Christian Neff (Germany), Wilhelm P. Neufeld (US), Benjamin H. Unruh (Russia), Samuel Nussbaumer (Switzerland); used in Mennonite Life, June 1978, p. 4; from Warkentin album, p. 35.
    Date: June 28, 1922
    Location: Oberursel, Germany
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 14 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0177



    Description: Unidentified farm scene; from Warkentin album, p. 45
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0178



    Description: Unidentified family in carriage; from Warkentin album, p. 49
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0179



    Description: Unidentified farm scene; from Warkentin album, p. 46
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0180



    Description: Unidentified institutional building; from Warkentin album, p. 44
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0181



    Description: Rev. D. M. Hofer and wife saying farewell; from Warkentin album, p. ?
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0182



    Description: Lockwisch settlement, sign says "Johann Wiens, Neubau"; from Warkentin album, p. 40 upper right
    Date: June 7, 1921
    Location: Lockwisch, Germany?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 8 x 6 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0183



    Description: Unidentified group in front of unidentified institutional building; from Warkentin album, p. 37 lower center
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0184



    Description: Unidentified farm scene?; from Warkentin album, p. 48
    Date:
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Warkentin album
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Warkentin album
    Photographer:


    2004-0185



    Description: Handwritten on back "71751 Ukraine Dt. Bauern, die ihr Vieh u. landwirtsch. Geräte über den Bug hatten raften[?] müssen, [illegible] in ihre befreite Heimat zurück"; and in Cornelius Krahn's handwriting "Menn. Tractorists during the German occupation of the Ukraine in 1941-43"
    Date: ca. 1942?
    Location: Russia?
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0186



    Description: Photo of book title page, Veelderhande Schriftuurlyke Liedekens . . . (Amsterdam, 1724); handwritten on back "Titelblatt des Gesangbuches von Marta Kauenhowen geb. Weiss, Danzig. Familienarchiv Kauenhowen 1941" and "Okt. 1945 von des Rustungsgemacht mitgenommen." and rubber-stamped "Dr. K. Kauenhowen, Göttingen, Rasenweg 11"
    Date: ca. 1940
    Location: Danzig, Germany; Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Danzig
    Original size: 4.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0187



    Description: handwritten on back "73881 Ukraine Chortitza Mädchenschule (vom Hof aus gesehen)"
    Date:
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0188



    Description: handwritten on back "Danziger Mennoniten Hof von Cornelius Dyck Hegewald bei Junkeracker, Westpreussen"; rubber-stamped "Dr. K. Kauenhowen, Göttingen, Rasenweg 11"
    Date: July 1937
    Location: Hegewald, West Prussia; Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Danzig
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Kurt Kauenhowen
    Photographer:


    2004-0189



    Description: Lehrerbildungsanstalt, Prischib (identification in Cornelius Krahn's handwriting)
    Date: 1943
    Location: Prischib, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 10 x 9 cm
    Source: Karl Götz?
    Photographer:


    2004-0190



    Description: handwritten on back "Treckfuhre[?] auf dem Weg durch Rumänien"; also "Gertrud Braun"
    Date: April 1944
    Location: Romania
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0191



    Description: Unidentified teacher with children
    Date:
    Location: Espelkamp, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 12.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0192



    Description: Unidentified worship service
    Date:
    Location: Espelkamp, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 12.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0193



    Description: Unidentified office scene; one of the men may be Paul Peachey; the woman on the right was identified in Aug. 2011 as Dorothy Swartzentruber Sauder from Kitchener, Ontario, identified by Robert L. Woolner from Toronto
    Date:
    Location: Germany?
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0194



    Description: Adam Wiebe's cable cars; from G. R. Curicke, Der Stadt Dantzig Historische Beschreibung, Amsterdam and Dantzigk, 1688, p. 348; rubber-stamped "Dr. K. Kauenhowen, Göttingen, Rasenweg 11"
    Date: 1688
    Location: Danzig, Germany; Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Danzig
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Kurt Kauenhowen
    Photographer:


    2004-0195



    Description: handwritten on back "73894 Ukraine Rosental-Chortitza, Dreschen im Winter"
    Date:
    Location: Rosental-Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0196



    Description: Woman with sign in English "Our many thanks for the gifts to the Mennonite Central Committee, Fluchtlingslager Heim Runant[?], Berlin"
    Date: ca. 1947
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0197



    Description: handwritten on back "73907 Ukraine Chortitza/Dnjpepropetrowsk deutsche Schulkinder singen das Lied [illegible]"
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Dnepropetrovsk, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0198



    Description: handwritten on back "73882 Ukraine Chortitza Strasse"
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0199



    Description: Unidentified scene of men with farm machinery
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 12.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0200



    Description: Unidentified scene with German soldiers, farm scene?
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 12.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0201



    Description: Woman at well
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 8 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0202



    Description: handwritten on back "72300 Ukraine Kol. Einlage/Bez. Chortitza, Kolonist Franz Peters mit Milchkühe auf der Ausstellung"
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0203



    Description: Woman at well
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 8 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0204



    Description: handwritten on back "60971 Ukraine Hoffnungstal/Nikolajew, Deutsches Rotvieh am Brunnen"
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0205



    Description: Unidentified farm scene
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 12.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0206



    Description: Unidentified farm scene; used in Mennonite Life, March 1978, p. 18
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 12.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0207



    Description: Unidentified farm scene; used in Mennonite Life, March 1978, p. 15
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 12.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0208



    Description: Unidentified farm scene; used in Mennonite Life, March 1978, p. 21
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0209



    Description: Unidentified family
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0210



    Description: Unidentified children in field; used in Mennonite Life, March 1978, p. 18
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 12.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0211



    Description: Unidentified girls in field
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 8 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0212



    Description: handwritten on back "76140 Russl./Ukraine Ausgrabung des Einwanderungs-Denkmals"
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindorf?


    2004-0213



    Description: Farm in Tiegenhagen built 1905
    Date: 1926
    Location: Tiegenhagen, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0214



    Description: Farm of Heinrich Unruh in Welikoknjaschesk, Kuban; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Welikoknjaschesk, Kuban, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 13.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0215



    Description: Gold medal received from the Czar by elder Cornelius Warkentin 1804; reverse side; does anyone know where the original medal is?
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 7.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0216



    Description: Mennonite church at Nikolaifeld, Sagradovka; postcard, see 2004-0217 for reverse side
    Date:
    Location: Nikolaifeld, Sagradovka, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2004-0217



    Description: back of 2004-0216
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - Churches
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2004-0218



    Description: Marien deaf and dumb school; probably from a screen print, but where was it published?
    Date:
    Location: Tiege, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Schools
    Original size: 11 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0219



    Description: Threshing scene, Peter Willms farm
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Farms and homes
    Original size: 11.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0220



    Description: Medal of thanks from Chortitza Mennonites to American Mennonites for relief aid; used in James C. Juhnke, Vision Doctrine, War, p. 249; original medal is at Kauffman Museum, North Newton, Kansas (see also 2007-0082)
    Date: 1922
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I, Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 13 x 12 cm
    Source: James C. Juhnke
    Photographer:


    2004-0221



    Description: Harvesting wheat for wheat weaving
    Date: 1994
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association - Wheat Project
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, June 2000
    Photographer:


    2004-0222



    Description: Goerz House decorated for Christmas
    Date: 2003??
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Nada Voth, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0223



    Description: Warkentin House Christmas decorations done by Women's Association
    Date: December 26, 1996
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Nada Voth, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0224



    Description: "Celebrate!" speakers; left to right, Lora Jost, Dorothy Nickel Friesen, Susan Schultz Huxman, Carolyn Schultz, ?, Rachel Waltner Goossen, Christine Downey
    Date: April 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: MLA.III.1.A.23.j, box 1, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0225



    Description: "Celebrate!" speakers; left to right, Raylene Hinz Penner, hostess; Rachel Waltner Goossen, moderator
    Date: April 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: MLA.III.1.A.23.j, box 1, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0226



    Description: "Celebrate!" speaker artist Lora Jost
    Date: April 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: MLA.III.1.A.23.j, box 1, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0227



    Description: "Celebrate!" event musical entertainment "Women Without Purses"
    Date: April 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: MLA.III.1.A.23.j, box 1, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0228



    Description: WEB day class
    Date: 1997?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 14.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Nada Voth, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0229



    Description: WEB day registration
    Date: 1997?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 14.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Nada Voth, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0230



    Description: Fall Fest German-Swiss meal serving line
    Date: October 2003
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: Nada Voth, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0231



    Description: Fall Fest Schmeck Haus; Marla Krell at left
    Date: October 2003
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: Nada Voth, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0232



    Description: Fall Fest German-Swiss meal
    Date: October 2003
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: Nada Voth, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0233



    Description: Fall Fest, Helen Nachtigal selling Bethel College rocks
    Date: October 2003
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: Nada Voth, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0234



    Description: "Celebrate!" event; left to right, Raylene Hinz Penner, ?, Norma Wiens, Nada Voth
    Date: April 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: MLA.III.1.A.23.j, box 1, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0235



    Description: Mrs. R. S. Haury; used in Collegian, May 3, 1957
    Date: May 3, 1957
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 13 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0236



    Description: WEB Day, wheat weaving
    Date: 1970s
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0237



    Description: WEB Day
    Date: 1983
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 17 x 11 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, June 2000
    Photographer:


    2004-0238



    Description: Persons involved with Melting Pot of Mennonite Cookery cookbook; used in Bethel College Bulletin, November 1974, p. 3
    Date: 1974
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0239



    Description: WEB Day, some kind of cooking demonstration
    Date: 1981
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, June 2000
    Photographer: Jim Harder


    2004-0240



    Description: WEB Day, Elaine Sauerwein (at right) and assistant display a quilt during "Use It Up" session
    Date: January 17,1989
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 19 x 11 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, June 2000
    Photographer: Vada Snider


    2004-0241



    Description: Cutting wheat for wheat weaving
    Date:
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association - Wheat project
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, June 2000
    Photographer:


    2004-0242



    Description: Wheat in storage for wheat weaving; left to right, Rosella (Dyck) Toevs, Esther (Krehbiel) Foth
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association - Wheat project
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, June 2000
    Photographer:


    2004-0243



    Description: Release? of Melting Pot of Mennonite Cookery cookbook; at left, Edna Ramseyer Kaufman; used in Bethel College Bulletin, September 1975, p. 4; used in The Threshing Table, p. 78
    Date: 1974
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 15.5 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Stone?


    2004-0244



    Description: Gathering in Memorial Hall basement, Student Union room facing northwest; copy in MLA files has a few of the women tentatively identified
    Date: March 29, 1946
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0245



    Description: Wheat in storage for wheat weaving; left to right, Albert Gaeddert, Carolyn (Mast) Schultz, Leola (Siebert) Wiens
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Women's Association - Wheat project
    Original size: 23 x 16 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, June 2000
    Photographer:


    2004-0246



    Description: Silver wedding photo of Cornelius and Helena Jansen; standing left to right, Margaretha age 24, Peter age 21, John age 15, Anna age 17; sitting left to right, Cornelius Jr. age 9, Helena (von Riesen) age 51, (back) Cornelius Sr. age 51, (front) Helena age 14, Anna von Riesen (sister of Helena von Riesen Jansen)
    Date: May 4, 1873
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Personal - Jansen
    Original size: 15 x 10.5 cm
    Source: J. Willard Linscheid, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0247



    Description: Cornelius Jansen family; back left to right, Peter, Anna von Riesen (sister of Helena von Riesen Jansen), Cornelius Jr., Helena (von Riesen), Cornelius, Margaretha; front left to right, Anna, John, Helena
    Date: 1870
    Location: Berdyansk, Russia
    MLA filing: Personal - Jansen
    Original size: 9 x 12 cm
    Source: J. Willard Linscheid, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0248



    Description: Abraham Neufeld
    Date: 1927
    Location: Lindenau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 11.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0249



    Description: Johann Cornies monument; woman is unidentified
    Date:
    Location: Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 9 x 13.5 cm
    Source: Henry A. Epp, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario; Hilda (Wiebe) Krahn, 1990
    Photographer:


    2004-0250



    Description: Johann Cornies monument
    Date:
    Location: Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous (Molochna)
    Original size: 9.5 x 14.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0251



    Description: "Typical Russian settler's home between Blumenort & Rosenort. They are still crowding in right up to the villages."
    Date: 1923?
    Location: Blumenort, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 7.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: C. E. Krehbiel
    Photographer:


    2004-0252



    Description: Team of camels belonging to Schmidt of Apanlee, on the yard of the H. J. Braun firm
    Date: April 30, 1908
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 11.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: MLA office files (Walter Wiegand folder), 1994
    Photographer:


    2004-0253



    Description: "Our treasurer" Boris Bartel on the steppe by Halbstadt; postcard; message on back signed by "Wiegand"; see 2004-0254
    Date: 1908
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source: MLA office files (Walter Wiegand folder), 1994
    Photographer:


    2004-0254



    Description: back of 2004-0253
    Date: 1908
    Location: Halbstadt, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source: MLA office files (Walter Wiegand folder), 1994
    Photographer:


    2004-0255



    Description: Mennonite church in Danzig; used in Mennonite Life, June 1988, p. 5
    Date:
    Location: Danzig/Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Danzig
    Original size: 24.5 x 20 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: E. Flottwell, Danzig


    2004-0256



    Description: Arkansas Valley Interurban going through flood waters at 24th and Main, North Newton; view is looking southwest
    Date: ca. 1924
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Kansas - Newton - Disasters
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source: Abraham V. Tieszen collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2004-0257



    Description: Goerz Hall
    Date: late 1950s
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Herman R. Moyer collection, 2000
    Photographer:


    2004-0258



    Description: Goerz Hall fish pond
    Date: ca. 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Helena A. Isaac album, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0259



    Description: Goerz Hall arbor
    Date: ca. 1936-1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Helena A. Isaac album, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0260



    Description: Goerz Hall arbor
    Date: ca. 1936-1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Helena A. Isaac album, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0261



    Description: Goerz Hall arbor
    Date: ca. 1936-1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Helena A. Isaac album, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0262



    Description: Goerz Hall arbor
    Date: ca. 1936-1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Helena A. Isaac album, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0263



    Description: Goerz Hall arbor
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 9 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Frances (Goerz) Garrison, 1995
    Photographer:


    2004-0264



    Description: Goerz Hall arbor
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 9.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Frances (Goerz) Garrison, 1995
    Photographer:


    2004-0265



    Description: Goerz Hall arbor
    Date: ca. 1916
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 10 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0266



    Description: Academy freshmen of 1919-20 at Goerz Hall arbor; used in Graymaroon 1920 p. 68
    Date: 1919-1920
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 12 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Marie J. Regier Janzen album, 1986
    Photographer:


    2004-0267



    Description: Martha Marie (Ewy) Berger, born 1906; daughter of Edward and Amalia (Mueller) Ewy; married Walter Berger 1932, Halstead, Kansas; teacher in Arlington, Kansas; Bethel College BA 1949
    Date:
    Location: Hutchinson, Kansas
    MLA filing: Berger
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0268



    Description: Erland Waltner papers being delivered to MLA
    Date: October 23, 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Library and Archives
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: John D. Thiesen, 2003
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0269



    Description: John F. Schmidt in the old MLA archives room (later projection room)
    Date: ca. 1978
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Library and Archives
    Original size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0269

    No thumbnail image

    Description: John F. Schmidt in the old MLA archives room (later projection room)
    Date: ca. 1978
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Library and Archives
    Original size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0270



    Description: left to right, James C. Juhnke, Robert S. Kreider, John D. Thiesen; selecting photos for Juhnke's book Creative Crusader
    Date: July 1994
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Library and Archives
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Robert S. Kreider, 1995
    Photographer:


    2004-0270

    No thumbnail image

    Description: left to right, James C. Juhnke, Robert S. Kreider, John D. Thiesen; selecting photos for Juhnke's book Creative Crusader
    Date: July 1994
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Library and Archives
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Robert S. Kreider, 1995
    Photographer:


    2004-0271



    Description: Records of the former Danzig/Gdansk Mennonite church, rescued by MCC workers after World War II; used in Mennonite Life, January 1959, p. 23
    Date: 1958?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Library and Archives
    Original size: 19.5 x 21.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Ervin Schmidt


    2004-0272



    Description: Members of the Historical Committees of the General Conference Mennonite Church and GC districts meeting for business and to commemorate the 275th anniversary in the Germantown Mennonite Church; used in Mennonite Life, October 1958, p. 169
    Date: July 22, 1958
    Location: Germantown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Conference officers - GC - Misc.
    Original size: 15.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0272

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Members of the Historical Committees of the General Conference Mennonite Church and GC districts meeting for business and to commemorate the 275th anniversary in the Germantown Mennonite Church; used in Mennonite Life, October 1958, p. 169
    Date: July 22, 1958
    Location: Germantown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Conference officers - GC - Misc.
    Original size: 15.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0273



    Description: Bill Staerkel throwing javelin; used in 1942 Graymaroon p. 61
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity - Track and field 1927-1949
    Original size: 7 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0274



    Description: Football team 1925 on steps of Administration Building; coach G. A. Haury; used in 1927 Graymaroon p. 81, list of names there; used in Bethel College centennial booklet 1984
    Date: 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity - Football 1920s
    Original size: 27 x 17.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0275



    Description: Basketball team 1926; used in 1927 Graymaroon p. 85; back row, left to right, Alfred Miller, Milton Buhler, coach G. A. Haury Jr., John Buller Jr., Carl Richert; front row, left to right, Carr Strueby, Clyde Coulson, Walter Regier, Walter Enns, John Lepp
    Date: 1926
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity - Basketball 1920s
    Original size: 24 x 20 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0276



    Description: Women's intramural tennis team in front of Administration Building; used in 1911 Echoes #2; postcard; back row, left to right, Agathe Wiebe, Zetta Merrill, Elizabeth Wiebe; middle, left to right, Mary Regier, Emily Linscheid, Elizabeth Lohrenz; front, left to right, Emma Linscheid, Gertrude Wiebe
    Date: ca. 1911
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Women - Intramural Tennis, pre-1920
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0277



    Description: 1927-28 soccer team; back, left to right, Marvin Miller, Gustav R. Gaeddert (coach), Clinton Kaufman, Walter Loewen, Rudolf P. Wiens, Carl Rupp, William F. Harms, Sam Richert; front, left to right, Orlando Friesen, Harold Regier, Waldo Flickinger, Daniel P. Goering, Adam Mueller, Irvin Toevs, Irvin Graber, Curt Siemens, Carl Kuehny; used in 1929 Graymaroon, p. 89; used in Mennonite Life, March 1987, p. 28
    Date: ca. 1928
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity soccer 1920s
    Original size: 26 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0278



    Description: 1948 football team; used in 1949 Graymaroon, p. 73
    Date: ca. 1948
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity football 1930s-1940s
    Original size: 24 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0279



    Description: 1941? football team; used in 1942 Graymaroon, p. 56
    Date: ca. 1941
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity football 1930s-1940s
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0280



    Description: 1947? football team, homecoming game; used in 1948 Graymaroon, p. 87
    Date: ca. 1947?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity football 1930s-1940s
    Original size: 8 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0281



    Description: 1935? football team; used in 1936 Graymaroon, p. 55
    Date: ca. 1935?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity football 1930s-1940s
    Original size: 9.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0282



    Description: High jump; used in Graymaroon 1950 p. 97
    Date: spring 1949
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity track and field 1927-1949
    Original size: 10 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0283



    Description: Pole vault; used in Graymaroon 1936 p. 54
    Date: 1936
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity track and field 1927-1949
    Original size: 5.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0284



    Description: Relay team; used in Graymaroon 1950 p. 85
    Date: spring 1949
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity track and field 1927-1949
    Original size: 13 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0285



    Description: 1926-7 track team; used in Graymaroon 1927 p. 86; back row, left to right, Henry Harms, Herman Bansemer, Arthur E. Miller, G. A. Haury Jr. (coach), Herman Schroeder, Arnold Nachtigal, Walter Ewy; middle, left to right, Eric Penner, Irvin Schmidt, John Buller Jr., Clarence Rupp, Rudolph Wiens, Eric Claassen; front, left to right, Alvin Reimer, Waldo Epp, Walter W. Graber, Albert Graber, Wilton Hawk
    Date: 1927
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity track and field 1927-1949
    Original size: 25 x 20 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0286



    Description: Lawrence H. Hart at the Washita massacre site
    Date: January 2000
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: James C. Juhnke, 2002
    Photographer: James C. Juhnke


    2004-0286

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Lawrence H. Hart at the Washita massacre site
    Date: January 2000
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: James C. Juhnke, 2002
    Photographer: James C. Juhnke


    2004-0287



    Description: left to right, Connie Hart, Betty Bartel Hart, Lawrence H. Hart, Nathan L. Hart (child)
    Date: 1966
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Hart
    Original size: 12 x 95. cm
    Source: General Conference 1966 Board of Missions files, 1985
    Photographer:


    2004-0287

    No thumbnail image

    Description: left to right, Connie Hart, Betty Bartel Hart, Lawrence H. Hart, Nathan L. Hart (child)
    Date: 1966
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Hart
    Original size: 12 x 95. cm
    Source: General Conference 1966 Board of Missions files, 1985
    Photographer:


    2004-0288



    Description: Pastors and wives of Canton, Clinton, Hammon, and Seiling, Oklahoma, Indian churches at monthly meeting; identifications by Clifford E. Koehn, 1986; left to right, Lawrence Hart, Betty Bartel Hart, Mary Giesbrecht Bartel, Norman Bartel, Lyman W. Sprunger, Adeline Ensz Sprunger, Anna Ruth Baerg Koehn, Clifford E. Koehn
    Date: 1966
    Location: Hammon, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Missionaries
    Original size: 12 x 95. cm
    Source: General Conference 1966 Board of Missions files, 1985
    Photographer:


    2004-0289



    Description: Willis Busenitz (left) and Lawrence Hart (right) grilling meat at an Oklahoma Indian churches gathering at Camp Mennoscah; photo has a date Mar. 24, 1965, rubber-stamped on the back so it may have been used in some publication, maybe The Mennonite?
    Date: June 1965
    Location: Murdock, Kansas
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Missions - 85th anniversary
    Original size: 17.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0290



    Description: Homer Hart; on the back it says "#17" and "pg 13"
    Date: 1965?
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Missions - 85th anniversary
    Original size: 9.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0290

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Homer Hart; on the back it says "#17" and "pg 13"
    Date: 1965?
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Missions - 85th anniversary
    Original size: 9.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0291



    Description: Jenny (Howling Water) Hart
    Date: 1958
    Location: Grand Canyon, Arizona
    MLA filing: Hart
    Original size: 8 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Alfred Habegger family collection
    Photographer:


    2004-0292



    Description: Lawrence H. Hart as a Bethel College student; Graymaroon, p. 48
    Date: 1953
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Hart
    Original size: 4 x 4.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0293



    Description: Cheyenne "native helpers"; left to right, Willie Meeks, Robert Hamilton, Albert Hamilton, Homer Hart, Kaes, Harvey White Shield
    Date: ca. 1930?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Native helpers
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0294



    Description: Homer Hart
    Date: 1935
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Native helpers
    Original size: 5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0295



    Description: left to right, Homer Hart, Jacob B. Ediger, Kais Short Nose, Agatha (Regier) Ediger, Guy Heap-of-Birds
    Date: ca. 1935?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Ediger
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Blunck Art Studios, Clinton, Oklahoma


    2004-0296



    Description: Jacob B. Ediger, "Ready to go visit the Indians. (He owned a car by this time but the homes of the Indians could not be reached by car.)"; from a glass negative
    Date: ca. 1915??
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Missionaries
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source: Hilda (Ediger) Voth, 1990
    Photographer:


    2004-0297



    Description: Red Moon mission station
    Date: ca. 1900??
    Location: Hammon, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Hammon
    Original size: 20.5 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0297

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Red Moon mission station
    Date: ca. 1900??
    Location: Hammon, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Hammon
    Original size: 20.5 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0298



    Description: Jacob Frank Balzer as Bethel College dean
    Date: 1918
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Balzer
    Original size: 17.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0299



    Description: Left to right, Margaret Agatha Balzer (b. 1914), Charlotte Jane Balzer (b. 1921), Jennie Alieda (van der Smissen) Balzer, Wilma Hillegonda Balzer (b. 1916), Jacob Frank Balzer (1884-1970)
    Date: ca. 1928
    Location: Northfield, Minnesota?
    MLA filing: Balzer
    Original size: 17.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: T. A. van der Smissen collection, 2001
    Photographer:


    2004-0300



    Description: Dust storm (maybe related to 2004-0301)
    Date: 1935
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather
    Original size: 8 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0301



    Description: Dust storm; used in Sprunger, Campus, Congregation and Community 1997, p. 23
    Date: April 14, 1935
    Location: Ulysses, Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather
    Original size: 14 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0302



    Description: Dust storm (maybe related to 2004-0301)
    Date: 1935
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather
    Original size: 14 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0303



    Description: "Approaching dust storm in Middle West"; postcard; "Conard, G. C. Ks #19"
    Date: 1935
    Location: Kansas?
    MLA filing: Weather
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source: John E. Linscheid album
    Photographer: Conard, Garden City, Kansas


    2004-0304



    Description: Farm equipment buried in dust; "Result of dust storm in the Middle West"; postcard; "Conard, G. C. Ks #3"
    Date: 1935?
    Location: Kansas?
    MLA filing: Weather
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Conard, Garden City, Kansas


    2004-0305



    Description: "Dust cloud rolling over western Kansas town"; postcard; "No. A"; rubber stamped on back "Rabbit and Dust Storm Postcards, 50c per doz, assorted, postpaid, Stovall Studio, Dodge City, Kansas"
    Date: February 21, 1935
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Stovall


    2004-0306



    Description: "Kansas dust storm"; postcard sent to J. E. Linscheid in Lawrence, Kansas
    Date:
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source: John E. Linscheid album
    Photographer:


    2004-0307



    Description: back of 2004-0306; "Kansas dust storm"; postcard sent to J. E. Linscheid in Lawrence, Kansas
    Date:
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source: John E. Linscheid album
    Photographer:


    2004-0308



    Description: "E. G. Kaufman discusses his spiritual pilgrimage in Duane Friesen's 'Man As A Religious Being' class"; used in 1976 Thresher, p. 26-27
    Date: 1976?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Classroom scenes - Bible and religion
    Original size: 16.5 x 12 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2004-0309



    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors moving to Detention Camp No. 1, Camp Funston; postcard; used in Mennonite Life, Jan. 1970, p. 32
    Date: 1917?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (5)
    Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0309

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors moving to Detention Camp No. 1, Camp Funston; postcard; used in Mennonite Life, Jan. 1970, p. 32
    Date: 1917?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (5)
    Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0310



    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; first row, l to r, Abe Kroeker, Henry D. Ensz, Koehn, Jacob D. Thiessen, Pete Ensz; 2nd row, l to r, Joe Schrag, ?, Claus Peters
    Date: 1918
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (5)
    Original size: 12 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Abe Kroeker
    Photographer:


    2004-0310

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; first row, l to r, Abe Kroeker, Henry D. Ensz, Koehn, Jacob D. Thiessen, Pete Ensz; 2nd row, l to r, Joe Schrag, ?, Claus Peters
    Date: 1918
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (5)
    Original size: 12 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Abe Kroeker
    Photographer:


    2004-0311



    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; l to r, Henry Cooprider, ?
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Goertzen, Henry S., Collection
    Original size: 10 x 8 cm
    Source: Helen (Goertzen) Bachman, 1991
    Photographer:


    2004-0311

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; l to r, Henry Cooprider, ?
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Goertzen, Henry S., Collection
    Original size: 10 x 8 cm
    Source: Helen (Goertzen) Bachman, 1991
    Photographer:


    2004-0312



    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; 3 lines of men on an outing
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Goertzen, Henry S., Collection
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source: Helen (Goertzen) Bachman, 1991
    Photographer:


    2004-0312

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; 3 lines of men on an outing
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Goertzen, Henry S., Collection
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source: Helen (Goertzen) Bachman, 1991
    Photographer:


    2004-0313



    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; group of 5 peel potatos?
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Goertzen, Henry S., Collection
    Original size: 11.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Helen (Goertzen) Bachman, 1991
    Photographer:


    2004-0313

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; group of 5 peel potatos?
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Goertzen, Henry S., Collection
    Original size: 11.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Helen (Goertzen) Bachman, 1991
    Photographer:


    2004-0314



    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; on a hike, table land north of the camp; postcard; says "No.4" handwritten on the back; used in Mennonite Life, Jan. 1970, p. 31, and Sept. 1975, p. 25
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonites COs (5)
    Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
    Source: D. R. Hoeppner collection
    Photographer:


    2004-0314

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Mennonite conscientious objectors at Camp Funston; on a hike, table land north of the camp; postcard; says "No.4" handwritten on the back; used in Mennonite Life, Jan. 1970, p. 31, and Sept. 1975, p. 25
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonites COs (5)
    Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
    Source: D. R. Hoeppner collection
    Photographer:


    2004-0315



    Description: Mennonite conscientious objector at Camp Funston; man with hunting dog
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Goertzen, Henry S., Collection
    Original size: 3.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Helen (Goertzen) Bachman, 1991
    Photographer:


    2004-0315

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Mennonite conscientious objector at Camp Funston; man with hunting dog
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
    MLA filing: World War I - Goertzen, Henry S., Collection
    Original size: 3.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Helen (Goertzen) Bachman, 1991
    Photographer:


    2004-0316



    Description: building dam at Civilian Public Service camp #18; photo is hand-labeled "6-C"
    Date:
    Location: Denison, Iowa
    MLA filing: CPS #18
    Original size: 12 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0316

    No thumbnail image

    Description: building dam at Civilian Public Service camp #18; photo is hand-labeled "6-C"
    Date:
    Location: Denison, Iowa
    MLA filing: CPS #18
    Original size: 12 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0317



    Description: loading refrigerator railroad cars with canned goods "from center" at Civilian Public Service camp #18
    Date:
    Location: Denison, Iowa
    MLA filing: CPS #18
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0317

    No thumbnail image

    Description: loading refrigerator railroad cars with canned goods "from center" at Civilian Public Service camp #18
    Date:
    Location: Denison, Iowa
    MLA filing: CPS #18
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0318



    Description: Spanish II class at at Civilian Public Service camp #27
    Date:
    Location: Mulberry, Florida
    MLA filing: CPS #27
    Original size: 5.5 x 3.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0318

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Spanish II class at at Civilian Public Service camp #27
    Date:
    Location: Mulberry, Florida
    MLA filing: CPS #27
    Original size: 5.5 x 3.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0319



    Description: William Yoder talks over sanitation problems with his friends on sanitation survey, Civilian Public Service camp #27
    Date:
    Location: Mulberry, Florida
    MLA filing: CPS #27
    Original size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0319

    No thumbnail image

    Description: William Yoder talks over sanitation problems with his friends on sanitation survey, Civilian Public Service camp #27
    Date:
    Location: Mulberry, Florida
    MLA filing: CPS #27
    Original size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0320



    Description: assembling privies, Civilian Public Service camp #27
    Date:
    Location: Mulberry, Florida
    MLA filing: CPS #27
    Original size: 11 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0320

    No thumbnail image

    Description: assembling privies, Civilian Public Service camp #27
    Date:
    Location: Mulberry, Florida
    MLA filing: CPS #27
    Original size: 11 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0321



    Description: Bethel College stadium groundbreaking
    Date: September 6, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Stadium
    Original size: digital
    Source: John D. Thiesen
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0322



    Description: Bethel College stadium groundbreaking, Eric Schrag at podium
    Date: September 6, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Stadium
    Original size: digital
    Source: John D. Thiesen
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0323



    Description: Bethel College stadium groundbreaking, LaVerne Epp at podium
    Date: September 6, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Stadium
    Original size: digital
    Source: John D. Thiesen
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0324



    Description: Bethel College stadium groundbreaking; athlete representatives
    Date: September 6, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Stadium
    Original size: digital
    Source: John D. Thiesen
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0325



    Description: Bethel College stadium groundbreaking; athlete representatives
    Date: September 6, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Stadium
    Original size: digital
    Source: John D. Thiesen
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0326



    Description: Bethel College stadium groundbreaking; athlete representatives
    Date: September 6, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Stadium
    Original size: digital
    Source: John D. Thiesen
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0327



    Description: Bethel College stadium groundbreaking; picnic afterwards; LaVerne Epp at right
    Date: September 6, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Stadium
    Original size: digital
    Source: John D. Thiesen
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0328



    Description: Bethel College stadium groundbreaking; picnic afterwards
    Date: September 6, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Stadium
    Original size: digital
    Source: John D. Thiesen
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2004-0329



    Description: Corn Stalk and John Peak Heart (parents of Homer Hart); used in Mennonite Life, September 2004; original photo borrowed from Lawrence Hart, Clinton, Oklahoma, and scanned, August 2004
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Heart
    Original size: digital
    Source: Lawrence Hart
    Photographer: Rev. Arthur Friesen


    2004-0329

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Corn Stalk and John Peak Heart (parents of Homer Hart); used in Mennonite Life, September 2004; original photo borrowed from Lawrence Hart, Clinton, Oklahoma, and scanned, August 2004
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Heart
    Original size: digital
    Source: Lawrence Hart
    Photographer: Rev. Arthur Friesen


    2004-0330



    Description: Bell ringing on Vietnam Moratorium Day; scanned from a clipping from Life magazine, Oct. 24, 1969, pp. 34-35. Left to right, Kirsten Zerger, Camille Gross, Barbara Duerksen, Rachel Goering (identified by Kirsten Zerger, Feb. 2012)
    Date: October 15, 1969
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Protests
    Original size: digital
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0330

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Bell ringing on Vietnam Moratorium Day; scanned from a clipping from Life magazine, Oct. 24, 1969, pp. 34-35. Left to right, Kirsten Zerger, Camille Gross, Barbara Duerksen, Rachel Goering (identified by Kirsten Zerger, Feb. 2012)
    Date: October 15, 1969
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Protests
    Original size: digital
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0331



    Description: Bell ringing during Vietnam Moratorium; scanned from a clipping from Life magazine, Oct. 24, 1969, pp. 34-35. The event at Bethel took place Oct. 15-18, 1969. Unknown which day this photo was taken.
    Date: October 15-18, 1969
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Protests
    Original size: digital
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0331

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Bell ringing during Vietnam Moratorium; scanned from a clipping from Life magazine, Oct. 24, 1969, pp. 34-35. The event at Bethel took place Oct. 15-18, 1969. Unknown which day this photo was taken.
    Date: October 15-18, 1969
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Protests
    Original size: digital
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0332



    Description: Joseph O. Kesselring, author of Arsenic and Old Lace; scanned from the 1923 Graymaroon, p. 22
    Date: 1922?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0332

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Joseph O. Kesselring, author of Arsenic and Old Lace; scanned from the 1923 Graymaroon, p. 22
    Date: 1922?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0333



    Description: Baptism group; left to right, Esther Beard, June Beard, Mary Ann Barton, Dorothy Heapofbirds
    Date: 1943
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Hilda (Ediger) Voth, 1990
    Photographer:


    2004-0334



    Description: Missionary home
    Date: ca. 1940?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0335



    Description: Missionary home
    Date: ca. 1940?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0336



    Description: Clinton church, built 1898; "8415" pencilled at bottom margin of photo
    Date: ca. 1940?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0337



    Description: Cheyenne mission station; rubber-stamped "Western District Historical Committee"
    Date: ca. 1935?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 8 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0338



    Description: Cheyenne mission station
    Date: ca. 1935?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0339



    Description: Cheyenne mission station; rubber-stamped "G. A. Linscheid"
    Date: ca. 1935?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0340



    Description: J. B. and Agatha (Regier) Ediger's home
    Date: ca. 1940?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0341



    Description: Clinton church, unidentified person standing on step
    Date: ca. 1940?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0342



    Description: Madwolf, the first adult Indian Christian at the Haoenaom mission
    Date: ca. 1900??
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: M. M. Horsch
    Photographer: Saunders Bros., Quanah, Texas


    2004-0342

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Madwolf, the first adult Indian Christian at the Haoenaom mission
    Date: ca. 1900??
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: M. M. Horsch
    Photographer: Saunders Bros., Quanah, Texas


    2004-0343



    Description: Camp meeting; postcard
    Date: July 1908
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0344



    Description: Mission station
    Date: 1935
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0345



    Description: Interior of church; "8417" pencilled in side margin of photo
    Date: ca. 1940?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0346



    Description: J. B. Ediger's temporary home
    Date: ca. 1907??
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0347



    Description: In 2002, Hilda Voth identified this as "probably rubble from the fire that destroyed the missionary Jacob B. Ediger home at Clinton, ca. 1907." But the print isn't nearly that old. It appears to be from about 1940. So this image remains unidentified.
    Date: ca. 1940?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Hilda (Ediger) Voth, 2002
    Photographer:


    2004-0348



    Description: J. B. Ediger's new home under construction
    Date: ca. 1907?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0349



    Description: Outdoor picnic at Clinton mission
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 12 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Mary Becker Valencia
    Photographer:


    2004-0350



    Description: Outdoor picnic at Clinton mission
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 12 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Mary Becker Valencia
    Photographer:


    2004-0351



    Description: Clinton church
    Date: ca. 1907?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0352



    Description: Rev. Robert Chaat, a Comanche, standing in front of car. Guest speaker at the camp meeting August 2-5, 1951 at Clinton. Part of new Clinton church building in the background. "Cut #9918"
    Date: August 1951
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Herbert M. Dalke


    2004-0353



    Description: Ed and Birdie Burns with their two children and her father Kias (right). Kias was a "native helper." Photo taken in front of J. B. and Agatha (Regier) Ediger's home
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0354



    Description: Ape Walker, an old Indian woman. Photo taken in front of J. B. and Agatha (Regier) Ediger's home
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0355



    Description: Old Clinton church
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0356



    Description: Clinton church, second building built 1950-1951
    Date: ca. 1960?
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 8 x 8 cm
    Source: Mrs. P. W. Penner missions album
    Photographer:


    2004-0357



    Description: Sewing society of the Clinton church
    Date: 1954
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Mrs. P. W. Penner missions album
    Photographer:


    2004-0358



    Description: Clinton (Haoenaom) mission station (church and missionary home)
    Date: ca. 1908
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 18 x 12 cm
    Source: Judith (Voth) Regehr, 2004
    Photographer:


    2004-0359



    Description: Missionary home "as it was" (before remodeling)
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 7.5 x 6 cm
    Source: India missions file, 1998
    Photographer:


    2004-0360



    Description: Missionary home "as it is" (after remodeling)
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source: India missions file, 1998
    Photographer:


    2004-0361



    Description: Missionary home before remodeling, with changes hand-drawn in
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 10.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: India missions file, 1998
    Photographer:


    2004-0362



    Description: Missionary home after remodeling, with changes hand-drawn in
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 12 x 7 cm
    Source: India missions file, 1998
    Photographer:


    2004-0363



    Description: Student prank at Bethel College; several Reformation-related displays. This one is in the college library.
    Date: October 27, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Student Life - Pranks
    Original size: digital
    Source:
    Photographer: Barbara A. Thiesen


    2004-0364



    Description: Student prank at Bethel College; several Reformation-related displays. Map showing locations.
    Date: October 27, 2004
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Student Life - Pranks
    Original size: digital
    Source:
    Photographer: Barbara A. Thiesen


    2004-0365



    Description: Leo Driedger as a Bethel College senior; used in 1954 Graymaroon, p. 22
    Date: 1954
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Driedger
    Original size: 6.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0366



    Description: International Relations Club at Bethel College; used in 1954 Graymaroon, p. 51; standing, James Chang, Tariho Fukuda, Timothy Kao, Miguel Solivan, Helen Zitzlaff, Hildegard Scheffler, Esther Wiebe, Aida Reyes, Miguel Cardenas P., Janny Brouwer, Jim Gemberling, Raymond Reimer, Lena Gemberling, Theodore Harder, Mina Mina, Leo Driedger, Anne Penner, Erwin Schrag; seated, Harley J. Stucky (advisor), Annegret Voelcker, Florence Hooge (president), Marianne Neufeld (vice-president), Vera Ingram
    Date: 1954
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Organizations - International Relations Club
    Original size: 14 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0367



    Description: J. Winfield Fretz; used in Mennonite Life, June 1999 p. 26, Dec. 2004
    Date: ca. 1953
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Fretz
    Original size: 16 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Don Goertzen


    2004-0368



    Description: Edmund G. Kaufman, president of Bethel College
    Date: ca. 1949
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Kaufman
    Original size: 19 x 24 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2004-0369



    Description: Cornelius Krahn
    Date: ca. 1955
    Location: North Newton, Kansas?
    MLA filing: Krahn
    Original size: 5.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0370



    Description: Mrs. Lena Bixel quilting; see article in Mennonite Life, October 1948, p. 12
    Date:
    Location: Bluffton, Ohio
    MLA filing: Art - Quilts
    Original size: 18.5 x 23.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0371



    Description: Mennonite refugees; women preparing a meal in the camp; used in Mennonite Life, January 1947, p. 44
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Roverestein, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Netherlands - Refugees
    Original size: 7.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Sam J. Goering


    2004-0372



    Description: Mennonite refugees; women doing laundry; used in Mennonite Life, January 1947, p. 44, and January 1948, p. 10
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Roverestein, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Netherlands - Refugees
    Original size: 7.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Sam J. Goering


    2004-0373



    Description: Mennonite refugees; group of girls; second from left in first row is Marie Ediger
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Roverestein, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Netherlands - Refugees
    Original size: 7 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0374



    Description: Distributing clothing to refugees?; "All ready to begin"
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Netherlands?
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Netherlands
    Original size: 17.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Luit Boersma, Haarlen, Netherlands


    2004-0375



    Description: "Builders' unit"; damaged building
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Netherlands?
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Netherlands
    Original size: 8 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0376



    Description: Ruins of Rotterdam Mennonite church
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Netherlands - Churches
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0377



    Description: Ruins of Rotterdam Mennonite church
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Netherlands - Churches
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0378



    Description: Bob Goering and Russian Mennonite refugees unloading bales of clothing; used in Mennonite Life, January 1947, p. 44
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Netherlands
    Original size: 5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0379



    Description: 10 lbs. flour and 1/2 pound raisins were given to every person on the island of Walcheren, 86,000 people. Peter Epp dipping flour. Ruth Hilty in background.
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Netherlands
    Original size: 12 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0380



    Description: 10 lbs. flour and 1/2 pound raisins were given to every person on the island of Walcheren, 86,000 people. Dipping raisins.
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Netherlands
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0381



    Description: Clothing distribution. C. J. Dyck brought these children by truck to receive clothing.
    Date: February 1946
    Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Netherlands
    Original size: 8.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0382



    Description: Mennonites on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, fall 1943; handwritten number on back 9965; postcard
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0383



    Description: Large number of refugees just arrived at Fallingbostel. "This is known as a transit camp, to which refugees come from the purpose of being examined by the immigration teams representing the countries to which the refugees hope to go."; used in The Mennonite, December 21, 1948, p. 10
    Date: 1947?
    Location: Fallingbostel, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 13 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0384



    Description: Distribution of relief food and clothing; used in Mennonite Life, January 1949, p. 31
    Date: 1947?
    Location: Emden, Germany
    MLA filing: Relief - World War II - Germany
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0385



    Description: "Middleburg - The famous old city hall dating from around 1500 as destroyed during the first days of May 1940 when the Germans invaded Holland. Compare this photo with NIB 335A showing the same building before destruction."; numbered "2 DES 2-13" and "NIB 1725"; used in Mennonite Life, July 1946, p. 24, September 1995, p. 9
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Middelburg, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Netherlands - Ruins
    Original size: 14 x 21 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Netherlands Information Bureau


    2004-0386



    Description: "Liberation of Holland - Little Dutch children, their clothing torn, making a game of collecting shell fragments."; numbered "2 LNET-311 B" and "NIB 32.054"; "BRITISH OFFICIAL PHOTO"; used in Mennonite Life, July 1946, p. 24
    Date: 1945
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: Netherlands - Ruins
    Original size: 14 x 20 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Netherlands Information Bureau


    2004-0387



    Description: Displaced Mennonites from Russia arrive in the ruins of Berlin; found in an envelope marked "Refugees - Russian 1943-46, Russian Mennonites in Berlin, 21 small snapshots"; used in Mennonite Life, January 1947, p. 44
    Date: 1945?
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Refugees - 1940s
    Original size: 9 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2004-0388



    Description: Mrs. Lena Bixel quilting; used in Mennonite Life, October 1948, p. 13
    Date:
    Location: Bluffton, Ohio
    MLA filing: Art - Quilts
    Original size: 18.5 x 22 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0001



    Description: Mennonite refugee children
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Roverestein, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Netherlands - Refugees
    Original size: 7.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0002



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Maria Bargen, Winnipeg
    Photographer:


    2005-0003



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 11
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: Karl Götz, Stuttgart, Germany
    Photographer:


    2005-0004



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, removing a dead cow; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 10
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: Karl Götz, Stuttgart, Germany
    Photographer:


    2005-0005



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, fallen horse; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 10
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: Karl Götz, Stuttgart, Germany
    Photographer:


    2005-0006



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, people eating around a camp fire; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 11
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: Karl Götz, Stuttgart, Germany
    Photographer:


    2005-0007



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, people eating around a camp fire; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 11
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: Karl Götz, Stuttgart, Germany
    Photographer:


    2005-0008



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, cow and horse hitched behind wagon
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0009



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, mud-caked wagon wheels; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 10, and October 1955, p. 156. The print from which the scan was made was not an original print; original is missing.
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Karl Götz, Stuttgart, Germany; Hilda (Wiebe) Krahn, 1994
    Photographer:


    2005-0010



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 11
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: Karl Götz, Stuttgart, Germany
    Photographer:


    2005-0011



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany in fall 1943, "Futterpause"
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0012



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, long line of wagons and herd of sheep; used in Mennonite Life, January 1951, p. 8
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: Karl Götz, Stuttgart, Germany
    Photographer:


    2005-0014



    Description: Mennonite refugees on the trek from Ukraine to Germany, "a once prosperous farmer"
    Date: 1943?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Refugees - Russia - 1943-1946
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0015



    Description: Leaders of VBHH (Verband Bürger Holländischer Herkunft); left to right, Peter I. Dyck, administrator of Ekaterinoslav district; Benjamin B. Janz, chairman; Philipp D. Cornies, deputy; used in Mennonite Life, July 1969, p. 105; used in John B. Toews, With Courage to Spare, p. 36; this print a copy "Nach dem Original von Jak. Janz, Coaldale, Alta. 1933"
    Date: 1924
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Cornies
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0015

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Leaders of VBHH (Verband Bürger Holländischer Herkunft); left to right, Peter I. Dyck, administrator of Ekaterinoslav district; Benjamin B. Janz, chairman; Philipp D. Cornies, deputy; used in Mennonite Life, July 1969, p. 105; used in John B. Toews, With Courage to Spare, p. 36; this print a copy "Nach dem Original von Jak. Janz, Coaldale, Alta. 1933"
    Date: 1924
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Cornies
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0016



    Description: Ralph C. Kauffman at his desk reading; used in Graymaroon 1949, p. 17
    Date: 1946-1947
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - KL
    Original size: 7.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0017



    Description: Title page of one edition of Pieter Cornelisz Plockhoy's The Way to the Peace and Settlement of These Nations; used in Leland and Marvin Harder, Plockhoy from Zurik-zee (1952), pp. 29-30
    Date: 1659
    Location:
    MLA filing: Plockhoy
    Original size: 6.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0018



    Description: Title page of one edition of Pieter Cornelisz Plockhoy's A Way Propounded. . .; used in Leland and Marvin Harder, Plockhoy from Zurik-zee (1952), pp. 35-36
    Date: 1659
    Location:
    MLA filing: Plockhoy
    Original size: 12.5 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0019



    Description: Tombstone of Cornelius H. Wedel, Greenwood Cemetery; postcard
    Date: 1910?
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Wedel
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source: John P. Linscheid and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2005-0020



    Description: Cornelius H. Wedel and wife Susanna Richert; wedding photo
    Date: 1891
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Wedel
    Original size: 11 x 16 cm
    Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman album, 1999
    Photographer: G. G. Isaac


    2005-0021



    Description: Cornelius H. Wedel and wife Susanna Richert
    Date: ca. 1905?
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Wedel
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Tripp


    2005-0022



    Description: Amsterdam council resolution of April 20, 1662, referring to Pieter Cornelisz Plockhoy and 25 Mennonite families to settle in New Netherland; used in Leland and Marvin Harder, Plockhoy from Zurik-zee (1952), pp. 50-51
    Date: April 20, 1662
    Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Plockhoy
    Original size: 20.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0023



    Description: Title page of Pieter Cornelisz Plockhoy's Kort en klaer ontwerp; used in Leland and Marvin Harder, Plockhoy from Zurik-zee (1952), pp. 59-60
    Date: 1662
    Location:
    MLA filing: Plockhoy
    Original size: 8 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0024



    Description: Title page of Pieter Cornelisz Plockhoy's Kort Verhael van Nieuw Nederlants; used in Leland and Marvin Harder, Plockhoy from Zurik-zee (1952), pp. 59-60
    Date: 1662
    Location:
    MLA filing: Plockhoy
    Original size: 6.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0025



    Description: Title page of Pieter Cornelisz Plockhoy's An Invitation to the Aforementioned Society . . ., an appendix to his A Way Propounded. . .; used in Leland and Marvin Harder, Plockhoy from Zurik-zee (1952), pp. 35-36
    Date: 1659
    Location:
    MLA filing: Plockhoy
    Original size: 13 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0026



    Description: Part of Vissher's map of New World, showing Horekil and Swaanendael on west bank of the Delaware (Zuydt River) where Pieter Cornelisz Plockhoy settled; used in Leland and Marvin Harder, Plockhoy from Zurik-zee (1952), pp. 64-65
    Date: 1665
    Location:
    MLA filing: Plockhoy
    Original size: 10.5 x 15.5 cm
    Source: New York Public Library
    Photographer:


    2005-0027



    Description: Court records concerning Pieter Cornelisz Plockhoy from the "Germantown Rathbuch"; used in Leland and Marvin Harder, Plockhoy from Zurik-zee (1952), pp. 64-65
    Date: 1694
    Location: Germantown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Plockhoy
    Original size: 20 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0028



    Description: Gnadenau Krimmer Mennonite Brethren Church; postcard
    Date: 1931
    Location: Hillsboro, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Hillsboro
    Original size: 13 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0029



    Description: Gnadenau Krimmer Mennonite Brethren Church
    Date: ca. 1940?
    Location: Hillsboro, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Hillsboro
    Original size: 7.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0030



    Description: Mennonite refugees in Berlin; "Flour was given to the baker who in turn baked this bread for the camp refugees."; used in Mennonite Life, January 1948, p. 8
    Date: 1947
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Berlin
    Original size: 17 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0031



    Description: Mennonite refugees in Berlin; "No. 13 Hindenburg Allee, one of the 13 houses where refugees were quartered. For some months the Mennonite refugee community had 50 Chinese DPs as guests in this house and as a part of the larger refugee community. Owners of the house are a Capt. and Mrs. Stennes of Shanghai who have made contact with our relief workers in the Orient."
    Date: 1947
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Berlin
    Original size: 17 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0032



    Description: Mennonite refugees in Berlin; "Children leaving school, which was located in a house at 107 Ringstrasse"; used in Mennonite Life, January 1948, p. 9
    Date: 1947
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Berlin
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0034



    Description: Mennonite refugees in Berlin; "Scene of one of the bedrooms. Mostly the rooms were more crowded than this—the rooms filled with double-deck beds. The refugees had a wonderful talent to make their crowded rooms comfortable and attractive."; used in Mennonite Life, January 1948, p. 9
    Date: 1947
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Berlin
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0035



    Description: Mennonite refugees in Berlin; "The storeroom with food supplies for the refugee community. During the last months more than a thousand were fed three meals a day. Bread was the principal element of the diet."; used in Mennonite Life, January 1948, p. 8
    Date: 1947
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Germany - Refugees - Berlin
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0036



    Description: Sister Frieda Kaufman sitting and reading by Christmas tree, probably in the Sisters' Home; see In the Service of the King, Dec. 144, p. 8-9
    Date: December 1942
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Bethel Deaconess - Newton, Kansas (Deaconesses) 2
    Original size: 18.5 x 24.5 cm
    Source: Bethel Sisters' Home, 1992
    Photographer:


    2005-0037



    Description: Sister Hillegonda van der Smissen's 50th anniversary as a Sunday School teacher; in First Mennonite Church
    Date: June 29, 1919
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Bethel Deaconess - Newton, Kansas (Deaconesses)
    Original size: 27 x 17 cm
    Source: Bethel Sisters' Home, 1992
    Photographer:


    2005-0038



    Description: Deaconesses on vacation in Colorado; left to right, Sister Elfrieda Sprunger, Sister Rose Jantzen, Sister Dora Richert, Sister Anuta Dirks. These four were ordained as deaconesses June 2, 1918. Used in Mennonite Life, March 1994, p. 9
    Date: July 1918
    Location: Colorado
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Bethel Deaconess - Newton, Kansas (Deaconesses)
    Original size: 25 x 18 cm
    Source: Bethel Sisters' Home, 1992
    Photographer:


    2005-0039



    Description: Sister Frieda Kaufman (at right) and two unidentified deaconesses in the "Rosenhaus" [Rose House] located where the Sisters' Home was later built on the Bethel Deaconess Hospital grounds. Used in Bethel Deaconess Home and Hospital, 1918, p. 40. Used in Mennonite Life, March 1994, p. 8.
    Date: ca. 1915
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Bethel Deaconess - Newton, Kansas (Deaconesses)
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: Bethel Sisters' Home, 1992
    Photographer:


    2005-0040



    Description: Sister Catherine Voth (left) and Sister Hillegonda van der Smissen in the Bethel Deaconess Home, before 1926. Sister Catherine is reading the Newton newspaper, the Evening Kansan-Republican. Note also the portrait of Bernhard Warkentin at upper right. Wilhelmina Warkentin, wife of Bernhard, was a major supporter of the hospital and the deaconesses. Used in Mennonite Life, March 1994, front cover.
    Date: ca. 1920?
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Bethel Deaconess - Newton, Kansas (Deaconesses)
    Original size: 23 x 18 cm
    Source: Bethel Sisters' Home, 1992
    Photographer:


    2005-0041



    Description: Deaconesses and other hospital workers at Mennonite hospital in Beatrice, Nebraska. Several individuals are unidentified. Back row (3 standing) left to right, Elizabeth Wiebe (anesthesia), Sarah Rempel (obstetrics), ?. Middle left to right, Agatha Harms (seated) (married Peter Reimer), ?, Johanna von Steen, ? (seated). Front left to right, ? (seated), Eliza Hirschler, ?, ?, Katie Kliewer?, Helen Miller, Margarete Epp (seated)
    Date: ca. 1920?
    Location: Beatrice, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Mennonite - Beatrice, Nebraska - Deaconesses and others
    Original size: 17.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Ralph R. Roszell, Beatrice, Nebraska


    2005-0042



    Description: David Goerz (1849-1914) and Helene von Riesen Goerz (1851-1928); framed photo
    Date: ca. 1895
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: MS.27, box 6
    Original size: 50 x 36 cm
    Source: Western District Conference office, 16 June 1989
    Photographer:


    2005-0043



    Description: Rudolph A. Goerz (1876-1945) and Martha M. Krehbiel Goerz (1876-1947); framed photo
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: MS.27, box 6
    Original size: 50 x 36 cm
    Source: Western District Conference office, 16 June 1989
    Photographer:


    2005-0044



    Description: David B. Ruth family. Back, left to right, Jacob Henry Ruth (1863-1914), David Samuel Ruth (1865-1952), John Edward Ruth (1869-1918), Elizabeth Bertha Ruth (1866-1934). Front, left to right, Lydia D. Ruth (1870-1944), David B. Ruth (1836-1900), Henry Albert Ruth (1875-1946), Maria (Berger) Ruth (1835-1888), Katie A. Ruth (1861-1930), Samuel David Ruth (1873-1930); framed photo
    Date: ca. 1882
    Location: Summerfield, Illinois
    MLA filing: MS.536, box 1
    Original size: 58 x 50 cm
    Source: Frieda (van der Smissen) Andreas, 1987
    Photographer:


    2005-0045



    Description: Hillsboro Academy?; framed photo
    Date: 1916
    Location: Hillsboro, Kansas?
    MLA filing: MS.297, box 7
    Original size: 33 x 27 cm
    Source: JoAnn (Krehbiel) Funk (Mrs. Francis Funk), 14 December 1990
    Photographer:


    2005-0046



    Description: Hillsboro Academy?; framed photo
    Date: 1917
    Location: Hillsboro, Kansas?
    MLA filing: MS.297, box 7
    Original size: 34 x 30 cm
    Source: JoAnn (Krehbiel) Funk (Mrs. Francis Funk), 14 December 1990
    Photographer:


    2005-0047



    Description: Jakob Haury (1839-1929) - Maria Schmitt Haury family; framed photo
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location:
    MLA filing: MS.236, box 5
    Original size: 35 x 30 cm
    Source: Emma Mary Ruth, 1986
    Photographer:


    2005-0048



    Description: "Sewing class of Mrs. Marie Petter"; used in Kimberly D. Schmidt, "Moneneheo and Naheverein; Cheyenne and Mennonite Sewing Cirles, Convergences and Conflicts, 1890-1970," Great Plains Quarterly 31,1 (winter 2011), 5
    Date: ca. 1900
    Location: Cantonment, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: MS.13, box 6
    Original size: 10.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: "General Conference Mennonite Missions of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Tribes of Oklahoma in pictures 1880-1935" by Mrs. G. A. Linscheid, p. 19
    Photographer:


    2005-0049



    Description: "Government School girls visiting Mrs. Linscheid and Miss Williams in connection with a sewing meeting at the church"
    Date: ca. 1900
    Location: Cantonment, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: MS.13, box 6
    Original size: 10.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: "General Conference Mennonite Missions of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Tribes of Oklahoma in pictures 1880-1935" by Mrs. G. A. Linscheid, p. 24
    Photographer:


    2005-0050



    Description: Buffalo bones piled at El Reno, Oklahoma; first buildings of the town
    Date: 1889-1890
    Location: El Reno, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 19 x 11 cm
    Source: Mrs. J. H. Schmidt, Gotebo, Oklahoma; Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
    Photographer: C. C. Stotz, El Reno, Oklahoma


    2005-0051



    Description: Cheyenne women with quilt, Star Mission Club; left to right, Ramona Hart, Blanche Hart Whiteshield, Angie Old Bear; used in Kimberly D. Schmidt, "Moneneheo and Naheverein; Cheyenne and Mennonite Sewing Cirles, Convergences and Conflicts, 1890-1970," Great Plains Quarterly 31,1 (winter 2011), 16
    Date: 1960
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 12 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Ike Froese album, 2001; given to MLA by Esther Wenger, 2005
    Photographer:


    2005-0052



    Description: Cheyenne women working with Christmas bundles?; left to right, Blanche Hart Whiteshield, Angie Old Bear; used in Kimberly D. Schmidt, "Moneneheo and Naheverein; Cheyenne and Mennonite Sewing Cirles, Convergences and Conflicts, 1890-1970," Great Plains Quarterly 31,1 (winter 2011), 13
    Date: ca. 1960
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Clinton
    Original size: 12 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Ike Froese album, 2001; given to MLA by Esther Wenger, 2005
    Photographer:


    2005-0053



    Description: Mrs. Rodolphe Petter (Marie Gerber) and daughter Olga visiting Indians at their teepee
    Date: 1899
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 8 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0054



    Description: Magpie family, early Cheyenne converts; used in Mennonite Life, June 1980, p. 8
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 10 x 14 cm
    Source: M. M. Horsch?
    Photographer: C. C. Stotz, El Reno, Oklahoma


    2005-0055



    Description: Cheyenne women's sewing class led by Mrs. Rudolph A. Goerz (Martha Krehbiel)
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location: Lame Deer, Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Mission Activities - Lame Deer
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Malcolm Wenger, 1983
    Photographer:


    2005-0056



    Description: Cheyenne women quilting
    Date: 1961
    Location: Lame Deer, Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Mission Activities - Lame Deer
    Original size: 8 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0057



    Description: Women's Christian Service activity; June (Geiger) Diller (Mrs. Donavin Diller) second from right
    Date: 1961
    Location: Lame Deer, Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Mission Activities - Lame Deer
    Original size: 8 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0058



    Description: Rev. H. J. Kliewer's cabin on wheels, used at Hammon
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location: Hammon, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: MsF, Dalke, Herbert M., "Seventy Five Years of General Conference Mennonite Indian Mission in Oklahoma (A Brief History)", 1955
    Original size: 9.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0059



    Description: Lajuana Rose Castro, daughter of John and Rosemary Castro, 13 months, seated on a star quilt; granddaughter of James Atwood long time elder in Lame Deer Mennonite Church; photo given to Esther Wenger by Rosemary Castro
    Date: July 1968
    Location: Lame Deer, Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Indians
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source: Esther Wenger, 2005
    Photographer:


    2005-0060



    Description: Women's group singing, Petter Memorial Mennonite Church; left to right, ?, Mrs. Joe (Victoria) Walksalong, Mae Monathy, Mrs. James (Julia) Shoulderblade (marked with arrow), Mrs. John (Regina Spong) Whiteman, Mrs. Fred (Carol Walksalong) Whitewolf, Belle, Highwalker, Nora Bigback; identifications by Esther (Boehr) Wenger, 1996; used in Ruth Unrau, Encircled, p. 318
    Date: May 1963
    Location: Lame Deer, Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Indians
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Ruth (Baughman) Unrau, 1995
    Photographer:


    2005-0061



    Description: Mrs. Wolfchief, Mrs. Longjaw and two children, Cheyenne; postcard
    Date: ca. 1900
    Location: Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Indians
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: G. A. Linscheid
    Photographer:


    2005-0062



    Description: Family with beaded cradle; Petter negative #525; used in Mennonite Life, June 1982, p. 12
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location: Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Indians
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0063



    Description: Black Crane and his family; postcard
    Date: before 1919
    Location: Busby, Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Indians
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: G. A. Linscheid
    Photographer:


    2005-0064



    Description: Turkeylegs and his family; postcard
    Date: ca. 1900
    Location: Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Indians
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: G. A. Linscheid
    Photographer:


    2005-0065



    Description: Strong Left Hand and family; "Honeieoxpeha N'sevaoenamoss" (Cheyenne text on back of photo in Bertha Kinsinger Petter's handwriting)
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Montana
    MLA filing: Montana - Indians
    Original size: 17 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Bertha (Kinsinger) Petter
    Photographer:


    2005-0066



    Description: General view of the Hammon mission station; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 9; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Hammon, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 14 x 4.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0067



    Description: Cheyenne chapel at Clinton; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 11; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Clinton, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 12.5 x 4.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0068



    Description: Nemeona, a faithful member up to her death, of the Cheyenne church at Cantonment, and her husband; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 17; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Cantonment, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 10 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0069



    Description: Robert Sandhill, wife and sister; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 17; scanned from original page layout; the caption in the booklet doesn't give his name, just says "an educated Cheyenne"
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 10 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0070



    Description: Cheyenne woman carrying papoose; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 23; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 6 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0071



    Description: Cheyenne girls holding a papoose in a beaded Indian cradle; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 23; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 6.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0072



    Description: Son of Alfred Brown; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 23; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 6.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0073



    Description: Children of Harvey Whiteshield; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 23; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 7.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0074



    Description: Two old Cheyenne women; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 25; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 8.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0075



    Description: Lonewolf, a leading Cheyenne priest at Cantonment; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 25; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Cantonment, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 5.5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0076



    Description: Sweat lodge used by Indians in purification and worship; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 25; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 12 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0077



    Description: Buffalo Thigh and lodge; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 25; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0078



    Description: Pavéna, a young Cheyenne girl (see also 2005-0079); used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 33; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 5.5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0079



    Description: Pavéna's ponies, one of which was killed at her burial according to old Indian custom (see also 2005-0078); used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 33; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0080



    Description: Former manner of Indian burial (above ground in tree); used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 33; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 6.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0081



    Description: Magpie (Kaovess) and family. Kaovess is the first adult baptized Indian in the Cheyenne church at Cantonment; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 15; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Cantonment, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Dedrick, Taloga, Oklahoma


    2005-0082



    Description: Redbird and family. Redbird is deacon in the Cantonment church; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 13; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Cantonment, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 6.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0083



    Description: Ironshirt, wife and others; used in Cheyenne Mission Souvenir (1911), p. 13; scanned from original page layout
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Cheyenne Mission Souvenir booklet
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0084



    Description: Women's sewing group at Busby
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location: Busby, Montana
    MLA filing: MS.186, box 10, Alfred and Barbara Habegger papers
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0085



    Description: Sewing day in the first church
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: Busby, Montana
    MLA filing: MS.186, box 10, Alfred and Barbara Habegger papers
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0086



    Description: Sewing day in the first church
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: Busby, Montana
    MLA filing: MS.186, box 10, Alfred and Barbara Habegger papers
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0087



    Description: Indian women sewing comforters in Busby church; postcard
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: Busby, Montana
    MLA filing: MS.186, box 10, Alfred and Barbara Habegger papers
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0088



    Description: Women's sewing class, showing quilts
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: Montana
    MLA filing: MS.186, box 10, Alfred and Barbara Habegger papers
    Original size: 10.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Alfred Habegger family collection, 1982
    Photographer:


    2005-0089



    Description: Women's sewing meeting
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: Lame Deer, Montana
    MLA filing: MS.186, box 10, Alfred and Barbara Habegger papers, p. 18 of album
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0090



    Description: Hattie Spang, Mrs. Wilfred Spang with sewing projects (quilts)
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location: Montana
    MLA filing: MS.186, box 10, Alfred and Barbara Habegger papers
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0091



    Description: Western Home, men's dormitory at Bethel College; used in Mennonite Life, Dec. 1986, p. 20
    Date: 1909?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Western Home
    Original size: 11.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: G. A. Haury


    2005-0092



    Description: Goessel Hall at Bethel College; used in Graymaroon, 1949, p. 102
    Date: 1948
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goessel Hall
    Original size: 9 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0093



    Description: Farm and Green Gables (house) at Bethel College, swinging bridge, canal
    Date: ca. 1930?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Farm
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0094



    Description: Minnesota Home at Bethel College; men in front left to right, S. P. Preheim, Ferd J. Isaac, Benjamin J. Hirschler, Delbert Bartel, Peter M. Goertz
    Date: ca. 1907
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Minnesota Home
    Original size: 14 x 8 cm
    Source: Irma and Laura Haury, 1982
    Photographer:


    2005-0095



    Description: Carnegie Hall at Bethel College, women's dormitory; a similar photo was used in the 1959 Graymaroon, p. 5; used in Mennonite Life, Dec. 1986, p. 22
    Date: 1959?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Carnegie Hall
    Original size: 22 x 16 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0096



    Description: Elm Cottage, later the Health Center, at Bethel College; used in Echoes 1913; used in Mennonite Life, Dec. 1986, p. 22
    Date: ca. 1913
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Elm Cottage
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0097



    Description: Alumni Hall at Bethel College; used in Graymaroon 1915, p. 78; used in Story of Bethel College, p. 210; postcard
    Date: 1914
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Alumni Hall
    Original size: 14 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0098



    Description: Boarding Hall or Dining Hall at Bethel College
    Date: ca. 1930?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Boarding Hall
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0099



    Description: White House at Bethel College, west view; used in Mennonite Life, Dec. 1986, p. 23
    Date: ca. 1961
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - White House
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Willard Claassen


    2005-0100



    Description: Administration Building or "Main Hall" at Bethel College; used in Mennonite Life, Dec. 1986, front cover; used in Thresher, 1987, o, 6
    Date: ca. 1894
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 6 - Exterior - South View - Before Lamppost
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0101



    Description: Johann Cornies portrait
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: M 289.70924 C815e
    Original size: 10 x 14 cm
    Source: scanned from D. H. Epp, Johann Cornies; Züge aus seinem Leben und Wirken (Jekaterinoslaw: Der Botschafter, 1909), facing the title page
    Photographer:


    2005-0102



    Description: H. R. Voth observing (or photographing?) a Hopi scene; on the back is rubber stamped "From G. Wharton James, P. O. Box 163, Pasadena, Cal."; also rubber stamped "F. H. Maude & Co., Landscape Photographers, 101 1/2 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal."
    Date: ca. 1898
    Location: Arizona
    MLA filing: MS.21, box
    Original size: 20 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: F. H. Maude, Los Angeles, California


    2005-0103



    Description: Mennonite Disaster Service workers from central Kansas working on a house after a tornado; "Apr. 28-May 2, 1952. Little house finished for Lewis McAdams, Box 111, Judsonia, Arkansas. left to r, A. M. Lohrentz, Jac. R. Lohrentz, Ed. L. Regier, Jac. L. Regier. Buhler South Church had started the house week before."
    Date: May 1952
    Location: Judsonia, Arkansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Disaster Service
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source: A. M. Lohrentz
    Photographer:


    2005-0104



    Description: Bethel College students helping dismantle a Baptist church destroyed by Hurricane Camille; used in Bethel Collegian, Jan. 23, 1970, p. 1
    Date: January 1970
    Location: Gulfport, Mississippi
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Student Life - Service Projects
    Original size: 11 x 13 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1987
    Photographer:


    2005-0105



    Description: Mennonite Disaster Service clean up after Florence, Kansas, flood; left to right, Amanda Janz Rogalsky (Mrs. Herman), Herman Rogalsky, Maria Regier Kim (Mrs. Arnold)
    Date: 1951
    Location: Florence, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Disaster Service
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Menno Schrag
    Photographer:


    2005-0106



    Description: Mennonite Disaster Service group working the Newton, Kansas, flood; need to get names of the men; used as front cover photo of April 1966 Mennonite Life
    Date: June 1965
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Disaster Service
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0107



    Description: Mennonite Disaster Service clean up after the famous Udall, Kansas, tornado of May 25, 1955; used in The Mennonite (without caption), July 28, 1964, p. 465
    Date: June 1955
    Location: Udall, Kansas
    MLA filing: Mennonite Disaster Service
    Original size: 25 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0108



    Description: General Conference Mennonite missionaries in India. Back, left to right, Linda Penner (in carriage), Elizabeth (Dickman) Penner, John F. Kroeker, Susie Kroeker, Susie (Hirschler) Kroeker, Johann Kroeker. Front, left to right, Mariam Penner, P. A. Penner; used in Twenty-five Years with God in India (Berne, IN: Mennonite Book Concern, 1929), p. 28
    Date: March 1904
    Location: India
    MLA filing: India - Missions - Missionaries 1
    Original size: 21 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0109



    Description: Curt A. Claassen and Olga Schultz Claassen, missionaries to India
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location: India?
    MLA filing: Claassen
    Original size: 10 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0110



    Description: P. W. Penner, Clara Kuehny, and two other missionaries crossing a river in a bullock cart
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: India
    MLA filing: India - Missions - Transportation
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2005-0111



    Description: H. Dirks
    Date:
    Location: Ekaterinoslav, Russia
    MLA filing: Dirks
    Original size: 6.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: P. V. Mitkin


    2005-0112



    Description: H. Dirks
    Date:
    Location: Elberfeld, Germany
    MLA filing: Dirks
    Original size: 6.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Carl Schäfer


    2005-0113



    Description: Heinrich Dirks
    Date:
    Location: Ekaterinoslav, Russia
    MLA filing: Dirks
    Original size: 6.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: V. L. Mitkin


    2005-0114



    Description: Heinrich Dirks
    Date:
    Location: Berdyansk, Russia
    MLA filing: Dirks
    Original size: 6.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: S. Berman


    2005-0115



    Description: Heinrich Dirks and Agnetha Schroeder Dirks
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Dirks
    Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Peter Buller, Goessel, Kansas, October 21, 1942
    Photographer:


    2005-0116



    Description: Heinrich Dirks and Agnetha Schroeder Dirks
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Dirks
    Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Peter Buller, Goessel, Kansas, October 21, 1942
    Photographer:


    2005-0117



    Description: Unidentified church; someone in the past had identified it as "German Evangelical Church (?), 7th and Plum, Newton, Ks." but that seems to be incorrect; used in Gleanings from the Threshing Floor #7, February 2006
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified churches
    Original size: 11.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0001



    Description: Menno Simons
    Date: 1681
    Location:
    MLA filing: Menno Simons
    Original size: 10 x 16 cm
    Source: J. W. Leendertz; H. P. Krehbiel
    Photographer: Jan Luiken


    2006-0002



    Description: Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church, built in 1886; the occasion for the gathering is unknown
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Goessel, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Alexanderwohl (earlier)
    Original size: 22.5 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Jan Luiken


    2006-0003



    Description: Lew Berg, Civilian Public Service smoke jumper
    Date: ca. 1944
    Location: Missoula, Montana
    MLA filing: slide 18.100
    Original size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0004



    Description: Civilian Public Service smoke jumper
    Date: ca. 1944
    Location: Missoula, Montana
    MLA filing: slide 18.96
    Original size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0005



    Description: Rosenort Mennonite church building
    Date: 1947
    Location: Rosenort, West Prussia/Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Rosenort
    Original size: 8 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0006



    Description: Civilian Public Service unit #63; "afternoon relaxation, Harold Martin looking in during card game"; see p. r. n., p. 43
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: Marlboro, New Jersey
    MLA filing: Civilian Public Service #63
    Original size: 9.5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0007



    Description: Civilian Public Service unit #63; Don Jones and Paul Klassen doing art work, painting; see p. r. n., p. 62
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: Marlboro, New Jersey
    MLA filing: Civilian Public Service #63
    Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0008



    Description: Civilian Public Service unit #63; "Hospital II," Erie Kindy assisting patient to bed; see p. r. n., p. 22
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: Marlboro, New Jersey
    MLA filing: Civilian Public Service #63
    Original size: 7.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0009



    Description: Civilian Public Service unit #63; unidentified CPS man helping serve meal
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: Marlboro, New Jersey
    MLA filing: Civilian Public Service #63
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0010



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 47
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Somewhere--after we left Herbert, Sask. No passengers in the bus, except driver. Boys are guiding Bus to keep out of ditch. Girls are 'reducing' by walking."
    Date: July 20, 21, or 22, 1935
    Location: Saskatchewan, Canada
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Ruth Douglass Woods Collection; another copy in Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Ruth Douglass Woods
    Photographer:


    2006-0011



    Description: Rosenort Mennonite church building
    Date: 1947
    Location: Rosenort, West Prussia/Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Rosenort
    Original size: 9 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0012



    Description: Rosenort Mennonite church building and cemetery
    Date: 1894
    Location: Rosenort, West Prussia/Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Rosenort
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0013



    Description: Rosenort Mennonite church building and cemetery
    Date: 1894
    Location: Rosenort, West Prussia/Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Rosenort
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0014



    Description: Rosenort Mennonite cemetery
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location: Rosenort, West Prussia/Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Rosenort
    Original size: 16 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0015



    Description: World War I Conscientious objector crew with brooms
    Date: ca. 1918
    Location: Camp Funston, Kansas?
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs (6)
    Original size: 35mm copy negative
    Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, Kansas
    Photographer:


    2006-0016



    Description: Christian Neff (left) and Christian Hege (right)
    Date: March 15, 1937
    Location: Sternenhof, Germany
    MLA filing: Neff
    Original size: 5.5 x4 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0017



    Description: Balthasar Hubmaier; "the only known portrait"; "from an old woodcut"
    Date: ca. 1525
    Location: Europe
    MLA filing: book
    Original size: 9 x 9 cm
    Source: Vedder, Henry C. Balthasar Hübmaier; The Leader of the Anabaptists. New York; G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1905. Frontispiece.
    Photographer:


    2006-0018



    Description: Penner sisters plowing; used in Mennonite Life, October 1959, p. 165, where it had the caption "After the Revolution, Mennonite women were compelled to pull wooden plows, because their horses had been taken away from them."; used in Frank H. Epp, Mennonite Exodus; The Rescue and Resettlement of the Russian Mennonites since the Communist Revolution (Altona, Man.: Canadian Mennonite Relief and Immigration Council, 1962), p. 58.
    Date: ca. 1923
    Location: Molotschna Colony, Soviet Union
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I, Revolution, Civil War
    Original size: 9 x 6 cm
    Source: C. E. Krehbiel
    Photographer: C. E. Krehbiel


    2006-0019



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; Canadian customs
    Very similar photo in Ruth Douglass Woods file, slightly different angle and different people; same buildings and vehicles.
    Date: 1935
    Location: Gretna, Manitoba, Canada
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0020



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; Glacier National Park
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Glacier Nat'l Park drive. Mother bear & 2 little cubs came to meet us."
    Date: July 1935
    Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0021



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; Glacier National Park, Lake McDonald
    Date: July 23, 1935
    Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0022



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; Glacier National Park, Lake McDonald
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Another beautiful point on Glacier Nat'l Park highway."
    Date: July 23, 1935
    Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0023



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; Glacier National Park, McDonald Creek
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Glacier Nat'l. Park drive, having crossed at Logan Pass. All are out for a view of the river below; throwing rocks & marvelling at beautiful clear blue waters."
    Date: July 23, 1935
    Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0024



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; Glacier National Park
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "A part of the road which has just been cleared of its winter snow, opening roads for the tourists. Some of our boys travelled atop the bus, but 'not another time'-they said."
    Another copy in Ruth Douglass Woods file, printed reverse. "Snow Bank, Logan Pass, 6600 ft."
    Date: July 23, 1935
    Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0025



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Rev. P. R. Aeschliman's church at Colfax, Wash. Beautiful winding roads lead to this country church. Hills are cultivated all the way, & we see black, green, yellow, etc. hills all at one time. One of the richest communities in the States. Lovely supper served in the basement. Gus, Linda M., Dorothy Claassen and I slept in the church bldg. The girls did some washing."
    Date: July 25, 1935
    Location: Colfax, Washington
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0026



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "What a poverty stricken community. Church is braced with long posts. We all slept inside this church building; some on the platform, some on the benches, others between benches. Here's where our stomachs suffered and consequently our 'moods' were not so good. People were very appreciative though."
    Date: July 24, 1935
    Location: Newport, Washington
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0027



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Another copy found in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Aberdeen, Idaho church. Rev. Jno. E. Kaufman, pastor. Picture taken Sun. p.m. before we left. Served us a bounteous dinner together with all their church people."
    Date: August 17, 1935
    Location: Aberdeen, Idaho
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0028



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; crossing to Northbend, Oregon
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Ferry taking the Bus & Hohman car across a stream (on way to Northbend, Oreg. after Henry Voth's accident. Our car was way ahead, we were Henry V., Linda M. & Gus & I in our car."
    Date: July 28?, 1935
    Location: Northbend, Oregon
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0029



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; Boulder Dam
    Date: August 13, 1935
    Location: Boulder Dam, Washington
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 7.5 x 4.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0030



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 46
    Date: August 3-9, 1935
    Location: La Jolla, California
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0031



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 46
    Another copy of this print is in the Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file. Her caption reads "At Rev. Edw. Duerksen's Church, Sun. p.m. before leaving for Altona, Man. They served us a most excellent Sat. supper and Sun. chicken dinner."
    Date: July 1935
    Location: Alsen, North Dakota
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0032



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; pitching camp; used in The Thresher Table, p. 24
    Date: 1935
    Location: Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0033



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Another copy is in the Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Arrived, after all night driving, at Glacier Nat'l. Park camp where slept in the warm sunlight for several hours. The scattered piles are different ones asleep." This print is slightly less cropped, 10.5 x 6 cm.
    Date: July 23, 1935
    Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10 x 4.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0034



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Somewhat less cropped copy found in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Provo, Utah, tourist camp. Looks like the camp usually did when wash was strung out to dry--'and wouldn't dry' when we want to hurry on. On way to Salt Lake City."
    Date: August 16, 1935
    Location: Provo, Utah
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 8.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0035



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0036



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 46
    A similar larger (6 x 10.5 cm) photo in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Prof. Hohman & Mr. Rich in conference. 'Will we have to trave all night?' is what they are talking over."
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0037



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; near Canadian border?; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 47
    Date: 1935
    Location: Montana?
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 9 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0038



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0039



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Date: 1935
    Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0040



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0041



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935
    Date: 1935
    Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0042



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 47; used in The Thresher Table, p. 24
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10 x 4.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0043



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; noon dinner without water, at Canadian border
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Night camp where Terrence left us to meet his father at Denver, to make arrangements to get Henry V. from Northbend, Ore. Out on the prairie."
    Another copy in Ruth Douglass Woods file. She seems to indicate it is in Wyoming. "The bus steward is ready to load the bedding & the dishes are almost washed & the kitchen almost packed."
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0044



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 47
    Another similar photo in Ruth Douglass Woods file; slightly different people grouping.
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 9.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0045



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; sleeping on the ground
    Another copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Boys sleeping out on the greens near the large Agric. Bldg. where gave the Sun. eve. concert. Mosquitos just about did away with Henry Voth."
    Date: July 14-15, 1935
    Location: Altona, Manitoba
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0046



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; sleeping on the ground. Apparently two conflicting locations have been given for this photo; Arizona or Britle [sic] Lake, Manitoba.
    Copy in Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert file, with caption "Ann Andrews succeeded in getting her roll of bedding into the sack - will Dorothy get hers in? Sometimes the boys had to apply 'man power' to help the girls. Birtle Lake, Manitoba. And were there ever mosquitos!! No. 7"
    Date: 1935
    Location: Birtle Lake, Manitoba
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0047



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; customs inspection; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 46
    See also 2006-0053
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0048



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; group in front of bus; used in Graymaroon 1936, p. 46; very similar to 2009-0153
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 13 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0049



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Mary Virginia Stauffer & Florence Hiebert, Wisner, Nebr. 'Hatchery'--our hotel for that night."
    Date: July 8, 1935
    Location: Wisner, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0050



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Fastening the tarpaulin (canvas) to make a test for the girls to crawl under; Detroit Lake, Minn., night's lodging at tourist camp."
    Date: 1935
    Location: Detroit Lake, Minnesota
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0051



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "All in readiness to leave. People of the church are looking on with interest--just like they did most every place we went."
    Date: July 14, 1935
    Location: Alsen, North Dakota
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0052



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Leaving the U.S. for a while; stopping at customs office to have all 'insides' of our baggage turned over."
    Date: July 1935
    Location: Altona, Manitoba
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0053



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Crossing the boundary into Canada (near Altona, Mani.) Sun. p.m. July 14, 1935. Customs office."
    See also 2004-0047
    Date: July 14, 1935
    Location: Altona, Manitoba
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0054



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "On the notorious 90-mile stretch after leaving Herbert, Sask., the Bus engine has to cool off a little. 'Them there clouds don't look so good to us. We need no more rain for the rest of this day.'"
    Date: July 1935
    Location: Saskatchewan, Canada
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0055



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Breakfasting at that so kindly & hospitable, rickety shanty after spent night in a one-room house (15 girls covering every available space of the floor) and the boys slept in the hay-loft of building on the picture."
    Date: July 22, 1935
    Location: Canada?
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0056



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Drinking cold water issuing out of the crevices on the side of the Mts."
    Date: July 23, 1935
    Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0057



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Length of this bridge, near Newport, Wash., is over 2 miles." Taken from top of bus?
    Date: July 24, 1935
    Location: Newport, Washington
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0058



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Mose Stucky & Bus in front of our temporary home - 'Grammar School' bldg."
    Date: August 3-9, 1935
    Location: Cucamonga, California
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0059



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Tourist camp ground at Pacific Beach City, along the Pacific Ocean, out of San Diego, Calif."
    Date: August 1935
    Location: Pacific Beach City, California
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0060



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Near Bear Lake, up in Lake region, Estest Park, Colo."
    Date: August 21, 1935
    Location: Estes Park, Colorado
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0061



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Wonder where that was!! I forgot."
    Date: August 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0062



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "No. 5; Just before leaving Birtle Lake, Man."
    Date: 1935
    Location: Birtle Lake, Manitoba
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0063



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Having left Herbert, Sask., on July 21, we encountered a long stretch of dirt (graded) road & a heavy rain. The bus is coming up one of the many hills after the boys pushed a while. Danger? Ask the drivers what they think about it. No. 11"
    Date: July 22, 1935
    Location: Saskatchewan
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0064



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Dorothy Claassen, Ruth Regier and Ann Voth--the 'sleeping beauties' in our Ford V-8. No. 13."
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0065



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "'Old Faithful Pal.' Mose Stucky and his charge--the Bus, at Cucamonga, Calif., on the morning when Mose left us. His mother's condition called him home. She passed away Aug. 25, the day after we arrived home. No. 16"
    Date: August 1935
    Location: Cucamonga, California
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0066



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "Gus in his Ford V-8, which performed so well during the 49 days in which we traveled, exactly 9,400 miles--in Ks., Nebr., S.D., Minn., Manitoba, Sask., Montana, Wash., Oregon, Calif., Arizona, Idano, Utah, Colo.--and, are there any states I forgot to mention? No. 18."
    Date: August 1935
    Location: La Jolla, California
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0067



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; Mose Stucky bus driver
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Ruth Douglass Woods Collection
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Ruth Douglass Woods, 2005
    Photographer:


    2006-0068



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; small group beside bus
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Ruth Douglass Woods Collection
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source: Ruth Douglass Woods, 2005
    Photographer:


    2006-0069



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; loading bus [where?]
    Date: 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Ruth Douglass Woods Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Ruth Douglass Woods, 2005
    Photographer:


    2006-0070



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1937; crossing a river on a ferry [where?]
    Date: July 1937
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1937
    Original size: 3.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0071



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1937; group seated on grass beside bus [where?]
    Date: July 1937
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1937
    Original size: 8 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0072



    Description: Margaret/Maggie Leonard, first Cheyenne baptized at Darlington, Oklahoma, in 1888; this photo probably taken while she was attending school in Halstead, Kansas
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Halstead, Kansas
    MLA filing: Leonard
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Smith Bros., Halstead, Kansas


    2006-0073



    Description: Margaret/Maggie Leonard, first Cheyenne baptized at Darlington, Oklahoma, in 1888; this photo probably taken while she was attending school in Halstead, Kansas
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Leonard
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Ruth and Monica Horsch, Upland, California
    Photographer: G. G. Isaac, Moundridge, Kansas


    2006-0074



    Description: Four Native American women from Oklahoma attending school at Krehbieltown, Halstead, Kansas; back, left to right, Lucretia Arrow, Blanch High, Maggie Leonard; front, Annie Poisal
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Halstead, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Leonard
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Martha K. Goerz
    Photographer: Smith Bros., Halstead, Kansas


    2006-0075



    Description: Gysbert van der Smissen III, 1777-1847; daguerrotype
    Date: CIR 1840
    Location: Hamburg, Germany
    MLA filing: Personal - van der Smissen
    Original size: 5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0076



    Description: bust of Cornelius H. Wedel, by John Peter Klassen, art professor at Bluffton (Ohio) College; bust was made in 1944; located in the Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College
    Date: April 12, 2006
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing:
    Original size: digital
    Source:
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2006-0077



    Description: Bethel College bus; left to right; Ed G. Kaufman, ?, Walter Hohmann and Rupert?, ?, ?, ?, ?, Sam Byler, Esther Ratzlaff Schrag?, Hattie Pettis, Willis Rich, David H. Richert, Abr. P. Friesen
    Date: CIR 1935
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0078



    Description: Bethel College Administration Building, snow scene, college bus parked in front
    Date: CIR 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 13.5 x 7 cm
    Source: Florence (Krehbiel) Harman Huffman collection, 1985
    Photographer:


    2006-0079



    Description: Bus of the "Newton City & Bethel College Line" in the ditch in front of Carnegie Hall on the college campus; another bus standing in front of it
    Date: CIR 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source: John R. Balzer, 1996
    Photographer:


    2006-0080



    Description: Bus of the "Newton City & Bethel College Line" parked; at right, Albert D. Klassen, driver
    Date: CIR 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Florence (Krehbiel) Harman Huffman collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2006-0081



    Description: Bus of the "Newton City & Bethel College Line" parked in front of the Administration Building; right to left, Eric Penner, Albert F. Friesen, Walter E. Ewy, William Penner
    Date: CIR 1927
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0082



    Description: Students clowning around a bus of the "Newton City & Bethel College Line"; used in 1934 Graymaroon, p. 52
    Date: CIR 1934
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 7 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0083



    Description: Students sitting on top of a bus; used in 1934 Graymaroon, p. 52
    Date: CIR 1934
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 3 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0084



    Description: Loading a bus; don't know what the occasion was; used in 1931 Graymaroon, p. 129
    Date: CIR 1930
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 8 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0085



    Description: Bethel College bus; used in Mennonite Life, September 1994, p. 17
    Date: 1938
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 23 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0086



    Description: Bethel College bus parked in front of Carnegie Hall; inside the bus, left to right, Dot ?, Viola Duerksen; outside the bus, left to right, Rosalie Wiebe, Muriel Seitz
    Date: CIR 1940
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Viola (Duerksen) Ediger, 2003
    Photographer:


    2006-0087



    Description: Bethel College bus parked at west end of Goering Hall
    Date: 1982
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Bus
    Original size: 17 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1985
    Photographer:


    2006-0088



    Description: Heinrich R. Voth and Barbara Baer Voth; on the back in H. R. Voth's handwriting it says "abgenommen etwa 21 Juli 1884" and "No. 7"
    Date: CIR 21 July 1884
    Location: Lebanon, Illinois
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: John Lupton


    2006-0089



    Description: Heinrich R. Voth and Barbara Baer Voth
    Date: CIR 21 July 1884
    Location: Lebanon, Illinois
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 10 x 15.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: John Lupton


    2006-0090



    Description: Back of 2006-0089, showing Mennonite Historical Society cataloging form
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0091



    Description: Heinrich R. Voth and Barbara Baer Voth; used in Haury, Prairie People, p. 113
    Date: CIR 21 July 1884
    Location: Lebanon, Illinois
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: John Lupton, "McKendree College Art Gallery"


    2006-0092



    Description: Back of 2006-0091
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0093



    Description: Andrew Bauer Shelly 1834-1913
    Date: CIR 1910
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Shelly
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Siegfried


    2006-0094



    Description: Jacob Samuel Krehbiel (1864-1916) and Katherine Ringelman Krehbiel (1868-1933)
    Date: 1890
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Krehbiel
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Tripp


    2006-0095



    Description: Michael M. Horsch (1872-1941)
    Date: CIR 1900
    Location: El Reno, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Horsch
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Ruth and Monica Horsch, Upland, California
    Photographer: C. C. Stotz


    2006-0096



    Description: Samuel Schmidt Haury (1847-1929) and Susanna Hirschler Haury (1861-1944)
    Date: CIR 1880
    Location:
    MLA filing: Haury
    Original size: 5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: David L. Habegger, 1989
    Photographer:


    2006-0097



    Description: General Conference Mennonite missionaries at Darlington, Oklahoma; left to right, Martha Moser (later married H. R. Voth), Maria Suderman (married William Bartel), Jacob H. Richert, J. H. Schmidt, H. R. Voth, Frieda E. Voth, Abe Suderman (died 1891), Anna Voth (married J. H. Schmidt), Anna Penner (married Leonard Bartel)
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Missionaries
    Original size: 19 x 11 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2006-0098



    Description: back of 2006-0097, showing Mennonite Historical Society cataloging form; handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Missionaries
    Original size: 12.5 x 20.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0099



    Description: Left Hand, Arapaho chief
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Wellington, Kansas
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
    Photographer: E. B. Snell


    2006-0100



    Description: George Armstrong Custer
    Date: ca. 1870
    Location:
    MLA filing: Custer
    Original size: 9 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College Public Relations
    Photographer:


    2006-0101



    Description: John D. Miles, government Indian agent at Darlington, Oklahoma, 1872-1884 and at Cantonment, Oklahoma; Quaker
    Date: ca. 1880
    Location: Lawrence, Kansas
    MLA filing: Miles
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: F. F. Mettner


    2006-0102



    Description: back of 2006-0101 showing Mennonite Historical Society cataloging form
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2006-0103



    Description: Lucy Miles, wife of John D. Miles, government Indian agent at Darlington, Oklahoma, 1872-1884 and at Cantonment, Oklahoma
    Date: ca. 1880
    Location: Lawrence, Kansas
    MLA filing: Miles
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: F. F. Mettner


    2006-0104



    Description: back of 2006-0103 showing Mennonite Historical Society cataloging form
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2006-0105



    Description: Sitting Bull, Arapaho; used in Mennonite Life, March 1989, p. 9
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Sitting Bull
    Original size: 19 x 24 cm
    Source: University of Oklahoma Library, Western History Collections, W. S. Campbell Collection, No. 2398
    Photographer:


    2006-0106



    Description: left, Little Raven; right, Sitting Bull; handwriting is H. R. Voth's; on the back Voth has written "Little Raven was the son of the old Arapahoe chief Little Raven. Sitting Bull the Northern Arap. prophet who introduced the Ghost Dance Cult among the Southern Arapahoes."
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (1)"
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2006-0107



    Description: back of 2006-0106; handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (1)"
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2006-0108



    Description: Darlington agency seen from the Mennonite mission; handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date: CIR 1885
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (2)"
    Original size: 16.5 x 11 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0109



    Description: back of 2006-0109; handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (2)"
    Original size: 16.5 x 11 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0110



    Description: Left Hand, Arapaho chief
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (2)"
    Original size: 10.5 x 16 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Snell, Wellington, Kansas


    2006-0111



    Description: back of 2006-0110; handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (2)"
    Original size: 10.5 x 16 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2006-0112



    Description: H. R. Voth with "halfbreed" children
    Date: CIR 1885
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2006-0113



    Description: back of 2006-0112; handwriting is unidentified
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer:


    2006-0114



    Description: Indian agent Daniel B. Dyer and his wife, with Indian police, at Dyers' house; handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date: 1884
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0115



    Description: back of 2006-0114; faint handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0116



    Description: Cheyenne government school, about 2 miles north of Darlington; handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date: CIR 1885
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original 16.5 x 11 cm:
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0117



    Description: back of 2006-0116
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original 16.5 x 11 cm:
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0118



    Description: Arapaho government school
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original 12 x 8 cm:
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0119



    Description: back of 2006-0118; handwriting at left is probably H. R. Voth's
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original 16.5 x 11 cm:
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0120



    Description: officers' quarters and parade ground
    Date: CIR 1890
    Location: Fort Reno, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original 16.5 x 10.5 cm:
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0121



    Description: back of 2006-0120; handwriting is H. R. Voth's
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: H. R. Voth papers (MS.21) - box 53 - folder "Oklahoma Indian photos (3)"
    Original 10.5 x 16.5 cm:
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photographer: Cosand & Mosser, Fort Reno, Oklahoma


    2006-0122



    Description: Joint Hymnal Committee (Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church). Probably in the Goshen College Library. Front left to right, Mary Oyer (exective secretary), Vernon H. Neufeld (chairman), Lester Hostetler (co-editor). Back left to right, J. Harold Moyer (vice-chairman), Edward Stoltzfus, George Wiebe, Chester K. Lehman.
    Date: CIR 1967
    Location: Goshen, Indiana?
    MLA filing: Conference Activities - GC - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source: J. Harold Moyer, 2006
    Photographer:


    2006-0123



    Description: J. Harold Moyer (left) and George Wiebe (right) studying hymnals, at a meeting of the Joint Hymnal Committee (Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church). Probably in the Goshen College Library.
    Date: CIR 1967
    Location: Goshen, Indiana?
    MLA filing: Conference Activities - GC - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source: J. Harold Moyer, 2006
    Photographer:


    2006-0124



    Description: Latin American musical ensemble at Mennonite World Conference; used in Mennonite Life, June 1978, p. 20 [This needs better identification.]
    Date: 1972
    Location: Curitiba, Brazil
    MLA filing: Conferences - Mennonite World - 1972
    Original size: 15.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0125



    Description: On the back is a typed caption, "9. Zurich Celebration. On the closing day of the Conference fifteen bus loads of Mennonites travelled from Basel to Zurich for a special service. After dismounting from the buses they streamed into the Gross Münster Cathedral where in the 16th century, the first Anabaptist conversions occurred under Zwingli's preaching.[sic] Here are the leaders of the procession entering the cathedral area. The four in front, left to right, are, Prof. Oscar Farner, President of Zurich Church Council, C. F. Claassen [sic, Klassen], MCC representative in Basel, H. S. Bender, Presiding Officer of the Conference, Prof. Fritz Blanke, Church Historian, University of Zurich; used in Mennonite Life, June 1978, p. 13
    Date: 1952
    Location: Zürich, Switzerland
    MLA filing: Conferences - Mennonite World - 1952
    Original size: 19.5 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0126



    Description: Several delegates at meal time; used in Mennonite Life, June 1978, p. 10
    Date: 1948
    Location: Goshen, Indiana
    MLA filing: Conferences - Mennonite World - 1948
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0127



    Description: Group of foreign delegates; used in Mennonite Life, June 1978, p. 11
    Date: 1948
    Location: Goshen, Indiana
    MLA filing: Conferences - Mennonite World - 1948
    Original size: 24.5 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0128



    Description: Interior view of Mennonite church building in Danzig; used in Mennonite Life, June 1988, p. 15; originally comes from G. L. Baron von Reiswitz, Beiträge zur Kenntniß der taufgesinnten Gemeinden oder der Mennoniten, statistischen, historischen und religiösen, auch juristischen Inhalts. Zweiter Theil. (Breslau, 1829). inside back cover
    Date: 1829
    Location: Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: VI.38 Dutch glass plate negatives #8
    Original size: 11 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0129



    Description: Documents rescued from burned-out Danzig Mennonite church in 1946
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location: Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Danzig
    Original size: 19.5 x 21 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0130



    Description: Danzig Mennonite church in ruins after World War II
    Date: December 11, 1946
    Location: Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Danzig
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0131



    Description: Danzig Mennonite church in ruins after World War II, rear view
    Date: December 11, 1946
    Location: Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Danzig
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0132



    Description: Danzig Mennonite church in ruins after World War II, interior view with books and papers strewn over the floor. One copy in our files has "Wesley Hooley-Danzig" handwritten on the back.
    Date: 1946?
    Location: Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Danzig
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0133



    Description: Walter H. Hohmann, music professor at Bethel College
    Date: March 29, 1946
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Hohmann, Walter H.
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: McCormick Armstrong Co., Wichita, Kansas


    2006-0134



    Description: Danzig Mennonite church in ruins after World War II, view from a distance through bare trees
    Date: December 11, 1946
    Location: Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Danzig
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0135



    Description: Danzig Mennonite church, snow scene; postcard
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location: Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Danzig
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0136



    Description: Jan Gerrits van Emden (1561-1617); Dutch inscription by Adr. Spinniker
    Date: ca. 1700
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: MLA art collection #420
    Original size: 8 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Vijlenburgh; I. Folkema


    2006-0137



    Description: Dirk Philips (1504-1568); circulated by Kornelis de Wit, bookseller, 1743
    Date: 1743
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: MLA art collection #395
    Original size: 16 x 22 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: J. C. Philips


    2006-0138



    Description: Menno Simons
    Date: 1683
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: VI.38 Dutch glass plate negatives #70
    Original size: 10 x 16 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Jacobus Burghart; Petrus Grooten


    2006-0139



    Description: Exterior view of Mennonite church building in Danzig; used in Mennonite Life, June 1988, p. 15; originally comes from G. L. Baron von Reiswitz, Beiträge zur Kenntniß der taufgesinnten Gemeinden oder der Mennoniten, statistischen, historischen und religiösen, auch juristischen Inhalts. Zweiter Theil. (Breslau, 1829). inside back cover
    Date: 1829
    Location: Gdansk, Poland
    MLA filing: VI.38 Dutch glass plate negatives #12
    Original size: 11 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0140



    Description: Vernelle (Schroeder) Waltner, Bethel College registrar, in her office
    Date: ca. 1970
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - W
    Original size: 16.5 x 12 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2006-0141



    Description: Five male students in an open car; left to right, Peter W. Goering, Marvin Goering, Harold Goering, ?, Paul Zerger; used in 1931 Graymaroon, p. 119
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Student life - Cars
    Original size: 9 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0142



    Description: Four women in nurses' training, left to right, Agnes Isaac, Agnes Harder, Martha Richert, Sister Frieda Kaufman
    Date: 1904
    Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
    MLA filing: Personal - Kaufman
    Original size: 12 x 17.5 cm
    Source: Martha (Wiens) Koehn, 2006
    Photographer:


    2006-0143



    Description: Marvin Ewert, administrator of Bethel Deaconess Hospital
    Date: March 1971
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Ewert
    Original size: 6.5 x 9 cm
    Source: The Mennonite, 15 November 1994
    Photographer: Renée Studio, Newton, Kansas


    2006-0144



    Description: Herman J. Andres, administrator of Bethel Deaconess Hospital
    Date: 1955
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Andres
    Original size: 17.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Bethel Home for Aged, 1991
    Photographer:


    2006-0145



    Description: Jacob Toews (1838-1922) and his wife Maria Wiebe (m. 1860). He was elder at First Mennonite Church, Newton, Kansas.
    Date: ca. 1900
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Toews
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Langan, Newton, Kansas


    2006-0146



    Description: Jacob Toews (1838-1922) and his wife Maria Wiebe (m. 1860). He was elder at First Mennonite Church, Newton, Kansas.
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Toews
    Original size: 9 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2006-0147



    Description: Jacob Toews (1838-1922) and his wife Maria Wiebe (m. 1860), with family members, 60th wedding anniversary. He was elder at First Mennonite Church, Newton, Kansas.
    Date: 1920
    Location: Aberdeen, Idaho
    MLA filing: Personal - Toews
    Original size: 23 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Star Music House, American Falls, Idaho


    2006-0148



    Description: David Goerz (1849-1914).
    Date: ca. 1874
    Location: Lebanon, Illinois
    MLA filing: Personal - Goerz
    Original size: 6 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: J. Lupton, Lebanon, Illinois


    2006-0149



    Description: David Goerz (1849-1914) and Helene von Riesen Goerz (1851-1928); used in Bethel College Bulletin, April 1987; used in Newton Kansan, Oct. 6, 1987, p. 8B
    Date: 1900
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Goerz
    Original size: 10 x 14 cm
    Source: Jacob E. Ruth
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2006-0150



    Description: House built by C. H. Wedel in 1898 or 1899, later owned by J. R. Thierstein. Was located where Fine Arts Center is now, north of D. H. Richert house. Moved in 1963 by Willard and Selma Unruh to 201 W. 27th.
    Date: ca. 1902
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Thierstein/Wedel House
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Nicolai W. Bahnman


    2006-0151



    Description: Looking north to the Administration Building, Bethel College; postcard
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Campus Scenes - North to Administration Building before 1912 - No electricity poles
    Original size: 10.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Ferdinand J. Isaac album, 1985
    Photographer:


    2006-0152



    Description: "Lololomai was the chief of Oraibi, a liberal sensible man. Had been in Washington. A. C. Voth"; caption on back in Albert Voth's handwriting
    Date: ca. 1900
    Location: Oraibi, Arizona
    MLA filing: Arizona - Indians II
    Original size: 10 x 16 cm
    Source: Frieda Voth Regier Entz
    Photographer:


    2006-0153



    Description: Andrew S. Voth 1866-1923, mission teacher and farmer (see 2006-0154 for back)
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: C. C. McDaniel, Newton, Kansas


    2006-0154



    Description: back of 2006-0153
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: C. C. McDaniel, Newton, Kansas


    2006-0155



    Description: Harvey G. Allebach 1869-1921; minister in Pennsylvania, Iowa, Oklahoma; editor of The Mennonite 1902-1905
    Date: ca. 1895
    Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Allebach
    Original size: 10 x 14 cm
    Source: G. A. Haury
    Photographer: C. M. Gilbert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


    2006-0156



    Description: Ottilie K. Dettweiler (1873-1923); missionary in Oklahoma 1892-1902; married Michael M. Horsch in 1893
    Date: ca. 1895
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Dettweiler
    Original size: 10 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Tripp, Newton, Kansas


    2006-0157



    Description: presumably during one of the land rushes (see also 2006-0158 and 2006-0159)
    Date: 1892?
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 18 x 11 cm
    Source: David L. Habegger, 1998
    Photographer:


    2006-0158



    Description: Woman on left is Helena Jansen (1858-1927); the one on the right is unidentified; at Cornelius Jansen home; compare with photos in Gustav E. Reimer and G. R. Gaeddert, Exiled by the Czar; Cornelius Jansen and the Great Mennonite Migration, 1874 (Newton, KS: Mennonite Publication Office, 1956); pasted on the back of a Darlington, Oklahoma, photo (2006-0157); a second view of the same two women is 2006-0159
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Beatrice, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 16 x 11 cm
    Source: David L. Habegger, 1998
    Photographer:


    2006-0159



    Description: Woman on left is Helena Jansen (1858-1927); the one on the right is unidentified; at Cornelius Jansen home; compare with photos in Gustav E. Reimer and G. R. Gaeddert, Exiled by the Czar; Cornelius Jansen and the Great Mennonite Migration, 1874 (Newton, KS: Mennonite Publication Office, 1956); pasted on the back of a Darlington, Oklahoma, photo (2006-0157); a second view of the same two women is 2006-0158
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Beatrice, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 16 x 11 cm
    Source: David L. Habegger, 1998
    Photographer:


    2006-0160



    Description: Handwritten note on back (writer unidentified) "One of the picket houses at Ft. Cantonment, Indian Territory. Over 20 such buildings were turned over to our Mission Board, 1882, for the establishment of a school for Indian children."; Mennonite mission at Cantonment; child in front unidentified; used in Mennonite Life, September 1988, front cover
    Date: ca. 1882
    Location: Cantonment, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Cantonment
    Original size: 20 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0161



    Description: Mennonite church in Elbing, West Prussia/Elblag, Poland; built 1593 (back of photo 2006-0162)
    Date: 1870
    Location: Elblag, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Elbing
    Original size: 10.5 x 16 cm
    Source: Frieda van der Smissen Andreas, November 1981
    Photographer: L. Basilius, Danzig


    2006-0162



    Description: back of 2006-0161
    Date: 1870
    Location: Elblag, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Elbing
    Original size: 10.5 x 16 cm
    Source: Frieda van der Smissen Andreas, November 1981
    Photographer: L. Basilius, Danzig


    2006-0163



    Description: Menno Simons medallion, obverse
    Date: 1736
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: van der Smissen papers, MS.36, box 18
    Original size: 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0164



    Description: Menno Simons medallion, reverse
    Date: 1736
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: van der Smissen papers, MS.36, box 18
    Original size: 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0165



    Description: First Arkansas Valley Interurban cars; postcard; see back (2006-0166)
    Date: October 11, 1911
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Kansas - Newton - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Keith Glanzer, 2006
    Photographer:


    2006-0166



    Description: back of postcard (2006-0165), addressed to D. E. Bachman of Moundridge, Kansas
    Date: October 11, 1911/November 13, 1911
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Kansas - Newton - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Keith Glanzer, 2006
    Photographer:


    2006-0167



    Description: H. G. Mannhardt; scanned from Mennonitische Blätter, September 1927, Jg. 74, Nr. 9, p. 77 (obituary of Mannhardt)
    Date: ca. 1915
    Location: Danzig, Germany
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 10 x 16 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Gotthelf u. Sohn, Danzig


    2006-0168



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; "July 22, 1935. The day when we came back into the States. Like the three in the back seat of our car generally do, Verna Kaufman, Florence Hiebert, & Henry Voth are trying to get their 'beauty sleep'. No. 8."
    Date: 22 July 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935 - Sarah Lohrentz Gaeddert Collection
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Sarah (Lohrentz) Gaeddert, 1987
    Photographer:


    2006-0169



    Description: Bethel College homecoming 1964; homecoming float; football player using a threshing stone as a bowling ball; used in Thresher 1965, p. 60
    Date: 1964
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Homecoming
    Original size: 25 x 18
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0170



    Description: Bethel College debate team at train station; postcard
    Date: ca. 1912
    Location: Emporia, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Trains (also copies file under Debate and forensics)
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0171



    Description: World War I anti-German-American political cartoon; "One or the Other"; from New York Evening Telegram, reprinted in Outlook, Jan. 5, 1916, p. 8; used in Mennonite Life, September 1975, p. 13; used in John Sharp, Gathering at the Hearth; Stories Mennonites Tell (Scottdale, Pa., Herald Press, 2001), p. 78
    Date: 1915
    Location:
    MLA filing: World War I
    Original size: 35mm negative
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0172



    Description: Johann J. Schrag family on west porch of family home near Alta Mills; back row, left to right, Peter J. P. Schrag (b. 1897), Andrew J. Schrag (1899-1983), Joseph B. Schrag (1895-1977), Jacob J. Schrag (1903-1982), John H. Schrag (1891-1978), Adam J. Schrag (b. 1900), Reinhold J. Schrag (1892-1968); front row, left to right, Daniel J. Schrag (b. 1905), Elisabeth Stucky Schrag (1868-1932), (in carriage) Marie Schrag (1911-1954), Johann J. Schrag (1861-1953), Herman J. Schrag (b. 1908). Used in John Sharp, Gathering at the Hearth; Stories Mennonites Tell (Scottdale, Pa.; Herald Press, 2001), p. 78. See also James C. Juhnke, "John Schrag Espionage Case," Mennonite Life, July 1967, pp. 121-122.
    Date: ca. 1912
    Location: Alta Township, Harvey County, Kansas
    MLA filing: Schrag
    Original size: 23 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Loris Habegger, 1986


    2006-0173



    Description: Selbstschutz of the villages Blumenort, Tiege, and Orhloff; postcard (another copy is at 2004-0069, but it's lower quality)
    Date: ca. 1917
    Location: Molotschna Colony, Ukraine
    MLA filing: Russia - World War I - Selbstschutz
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Hilda Wiebe Krahn, 1990


    2006-0174



    Description: Nestor Makhno (1889-1934), Ukrainian anarchist
    Date: ca. 1930
    Location:
    MLA filing: Makhno
    Original size: 8 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0175



    Description: Johann Epp, Chortitza mayor; handwritten on back "73093 Ukraine Chortitza Bezirksbürgermeister Epp
    Date: ca. 1943
    Location: Chortitza, Ukraine
    MLA filing: Russia - World War II - Hindorf
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Heinz Hindrof?


    2006-0176



    Description: Bethel College group at the back of a train, at the Newton Santa Fe railroad station; standing, left to right, Anna Andrews, Alma Duerksen, Elizabeth Regier; seated "Kampus Kids" Winifred E Regier, Gertrude Hohmann, Ethel Richert
    Date: ca. 1937
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Trains
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Helene A Isaac album, 1986
    Photographer:


    2006-0177



    Description: Arkansas Valley Interurban car at Bethel College; first arrival of the interurban at the campus; postcard; used in The Kansan, special centennial edition, Oct. 6, 1987, p. 9B; used in Keith Sprunger, Campus, Congregation and Community (1999), p. 10
    Date: October 25, 1913
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Transportation - Interurban
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source: Anna Claassen Linscheid album
    Photographer:


    2006-0178



    Description: Threshing stone in use in a Mennonite colony in Russia; from Alexander Petzholdt, Reise im westlichen und südlichen europäischen Russland im Jahre 1855 (Leipzig; Hermann Fries, 1864), p. 157. Probably the earliest visual representation of the Mennonite-style threshing stone. See also 2004-0052.
    Date: 1855
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Book collection
    Original size: 9.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0179



    Description: Heubuden Mennonite church building; postcard "B 467"
    Date: ca. 1930??
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 13 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Karl Müller, Marienburg


    2006-0180



    Description: "16. Friedhof in Heubuden. Cemetery in Heubuden."; man is probably Peter J. Dyck; rubber-stamped on back "Property of Mennonite Central Committee, Return Promptly - Akron, Pa."
    Date: 1958?
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 12.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0181



    Description: Interior view of Heubuden Mennonite church building; good view of pipe organ
    Date: ca. 1900??
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: K. Müller, Marienburg


    2006-0182



    Description: Interior view of Heubuden Mennonite church building; good view of pipe organ; postcard "B 467"
    Date: ca. 1930??
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 13 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Karl Müller, Marienburg


    2006-0183



    Description: Exterior view of Heubuden Mennonite church building; damaged and abandoned
    Date: 1947
    Location: Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 8.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0184



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; man is probably Peter J. Dyck
    Date: 1958?
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 12.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0185



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; used in Mennonite Life, June 1992, back cover
    Date: ca. 1900??
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 20.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0186



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; used in Mennonite Life, June 1992, p. 12; "53215" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0187



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; "53216" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0188



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; "53217" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0189



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; "53220" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0190



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; "53221" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0191



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; Julius Harder and Anna Klaassen Harder grave stone; "53222" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 18 x 24 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0192



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; Abraham Harder (1926-1888) grave stone; "53223" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 18 x 24 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0193



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; Gerhard Fieguth (1776-1848) grave stone; "53224" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 18 x 24 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0194



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; Abr. Regier (1774-1851) grave stone, elder of the Heubuden congregation; "53225" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 18 x 24 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0195



    Description: Cemetery near Heubuden Mennonite church; "53226" handwritten on back; additional paper documentation filed with prints
    Date: ca. 1977
    Location: Heubuden/Stogi, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Heubuden
    Original size: 24 x 18 cm
    Source: Theodore J. Regier, Sr., 1982
    Photographer:


    2006-0196



    Description: Home of Johann Klaassen II; "(Brannsche)" handwritten on the back
    Date: ca. 1890?
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 23 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0197



    Description: Wiebe farm
    Date: ca. 1900??
    Location: Neumünsterberg, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 22.5 x 16 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0198



    Description: Abraham and Marie Reimer home; rubber stamp of photographer on back
    Date: ca. 1890??
    Location: Heubuden, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: W. Lorenz, Danzig


    2006-0199



    Description: Garden of Bernhard Claassen farm
    Date: ca. 1930?
    Location: Klein Lichtenau, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0200



    Description: Garden of Bernhard Claassen farm
    Date: ca. 1930?
    Location: Klein Lichtenau, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0201



    Description: Rudolf Maeckelborger farm
    Date: ca. 1930?
    Location: Gross Lichtenau, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0202



    Description: Peter Claassen home; the pencilled identification on the back has a question mark after it but it is not clear if the location or the entire identification is being questioned; it also says "Rev. Albert Claassen's father"
    Date: ca. 1890?
    Location: Gross Lichtenau, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 15.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: C. Ernst Nachf., Danzig


    2006-0203



    Description: Peter Claassen home; Rev. Albert Claassen's father
    Date: ca. 1920??
    Location: Gross Lichtenau, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0204



    Description: Possibly the home of Rev. John E. Entz's parents near Marienburg (this would be Abraham Entz 1843-1924); the photo came from the John E. Entz papers originally
    Date: ca. 1890??
    Location: Marienburg, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Prussia - Mennonites
    Original size: 20.5 x 17.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2006-0205



    Description: General Conference Mennonite missionaries in India; back left to right, Peter J. Wiens, Agnes Harder Wiens, Peter A. Penner, Peter W. Penner, Mathilde Ensz Penner; front left to right, Anna Braun, Annie Funk, Martha Penner (in front of P. A. Penner), Lulu Johnson Suckau, Cornelius H. Suckau
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: India
    MLA filing: India - Mission - Missionaries #18
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Mrs. H. R. Schmidt
    Photographer:


    2006-0206



    Description: Annie C. Funk, missionary in India; her home and school; postcard
    Date: ca. 1915
    Location: India
    MLA filing: India - Missionaries
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman collection
    Photographer:


    2006-0207



    Description: General Conference Mennonite missionaries in India; standing, Annie Funk, Anna Braun; seated in center row, Mrs. P. W. (Mathilde Ensz) Penner, Peter W. Penner, Mrs. P. A. (Martha Richert) Penner, Cornelius H. Suckau; second row, Ferd Wiens, Mrs. P. J. (Agnes Harder) Wiens, Peter A. Penner; front, P. J. Wiens holding Rudy, Mrs. C. H. (Lulu Johnson) Suckau
    Date: ca. 1909
    Location: India
    MLA filing: India - Mission - Missionaries
    Original size: 14 x 8 cm
    Source: Mrs. S. Reimer?
    Photographer:


    2006-0208



    Description: Tombstone of Annie C. Funk, missionary in India, in Union Cemetery opposite the Mennonite church, Bally, Pennsylvania
    Date: 1918?
    Location: Bally, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: India - Missionaries
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0001



    Description: Group of men and children standing in a farm yard; used in Mennonite Life, December 1993, p. 13
    Date:
    Location: Ak Metchet, Central Asia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Mrs. Klass Epp, Beatrice, Nebraska
    Photographer:


    2007-0002



    Description: Cattle market; seems to have a handwritten "7" on the back; used in Mennonite Life, December 1993, p. 8
    Date:
    Location: Central Asia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0003



    Description: Highest tower in the city; used in Mennonite Life, December 1993, p. 14
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 12 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0004



    Description: Unidentified; shows men gathered under a tree by a tile-roofed small building, also a saddled horse; on the back in handwritten Russian it says "Expeditsia Belinskaga"; also in German "Ich weis nicht wo dies ist." also the numbers "30." and "#12."
    Date:
    Location: Central Asia?
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 11.5 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0005



    Description: New building for crown prince; handwritten on the back "#7."
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0006



    Description: Jaroslavskaja factory; handwritten on the back "#11."
    Date:
    Location: Urgentsch, Central Asia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0007



    Description: Church building; handwritten on the back "#14." and "Daselbe wie #13" and in Russian "Expeditsia Belinskago"
    Date:
    Location: Krasnovodsk, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 12 x 16 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0008



    Description: Valley in mountains; handwritten on the back "3."; rubber stamp in Cyrillic characters "Isaak Spenst" presumably the photographer
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 16 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Isaak Spenst


    2007-0009



    Description: Valley in mountains
    Date:
    Location: Frunze, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 12 x 9 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn
    Photographer:


    2007-0010



    Description: High tower; long handwritten text on back, see 2007-0011
    Date: August 1931
    Location: Khiva, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0011



    Description: back of 2007-0010
    Date: August 1931
    Location: Khiva, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0012



    Description: outdoor market, watermelons
    Date: CIR 1975
    Location: Tashkent, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 8 x 12 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn
    Photographer:


    2007-0013



    Description: "Sart merchants in Turkestan"; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Turkestan, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 12.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Hermann Jantzen?
    Photographer:


    2007-0014



    Description: "Last khan of Khiva, since Mohammed Rahim Bagadur (died 1912), for whom the author of this text served as translator for eight years"; handwritten "author of text H. Jantzen"
    Date: CIR 1912
    Location: Khiva, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 8.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Hermann Jantzen?
    Photographer:


    2007-0015



    Description: Urgentsch on the Amu Darya river; handwritten on back "#10."
    Date:
    Location: Urgentsch, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0016



    Description: madrassa or mosque
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 12.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0017



    Description: old fort "Seik"; handwritten on back "#1."
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0018



    Description: Mennonite home in Central Asia
    Date:
    Location: Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0019



    Description: On the road to Aulie Ata
    Date:
    Location: Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0020



    Description: On the road to Aulie Ata
    Date:
    Location: Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 8 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0021



    Description: Köppental in Aulie Ata, in front of the church. "The old man is Penner's father-in-law, and the girls are Cornelius Wall's daughters."; also has "No. 23" handwritten on it in Cornelius Krahn's handwriting.
    Date:
    Location: Auli Ata, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0022



    Description: "Mirtour-Devon" mosque in Bukhara; postcard; see 2007-0023 for back of postcard
    Date:
    Location: Bukhara, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 14.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0023



    Description: back of 2007-0022; "Mirtour-Devon" mosque in Bukhara; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Bukhara, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 14.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0024



    Description: Castle of the crown prince; "No. 25" in Cornelius Krahn's handwriting
    Date:
    Location: Khiva?, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 11 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0025



    Description: unidentified; "No. 26" in Cornelius Krahn's handwriting; rubber-stamped "Otto Toevs, Paso Robles."
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 9 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0026



    Description: Cotton gin of the Manueloff brothers in Petro-Alexandrovsk on the Amu Darya river; handwritten in red on back "#15."; handwritten in pencil "28"
    Date:
    Location: Petro-Alexandrovsk, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 16.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0027



    Description: Crown prince "Isspendiar Tura"
    Date:
    Location: Khiva?, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 12 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0028



    Description: Gate into courtyard of crown prince; see 2007-0029 for back of photo with unclear Russian and German handwritten notes
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0029



    Description: Back of 2007-0029; Gate into courtyard of crown prince; Russian and German handwritten notes
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 26 x 21 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0030



    Description: Mosque of the khan; in the background the "blue tower"; see 2007-0031 for back of photo with handwritten German and Russian captions
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 16.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0031



    Description: Back of 2007-0030; Mosque of the khan; in the background the "blue tower"; handwritten German and Russian captions
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 24 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0032



    Description: New building of the crown prince; see 2007-0033 for back of photo
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0033



    Description: Back of 2007-0032; New building of the crown prince
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 27 x 20.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0034



    Description: Firewood market
    Date:
    Location: Khiva, Central Asia, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Central Asia
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0035



    Description: handwritten on back "2 Tataren im Jekatrineslafschen-Gouvernemt" "2 Tatars in Ekaterinoslav province"
    Date: ca. 1880
    Location: Ekaterinoslav province, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 8.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0036



    Description: Peter Schmidt (1917-1876) of Steinbach, Molotschna, Russia, chair of Molotschna Mennonite Agricultural Society; see back 2007-0037
    Date: ca. 1875
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Schmidt
    Original size: 6 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Photographisches Institut, Berlin


    2007-0037



    Description: back of 2007-0036; Peter Schmidt (1917-1876) of Steinbach, Molotschna, Russia, chair of Molotschna Mennonite Agricultural Society
    Date: ca. 1875
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    MLA filing: Schmidt
    Original size: 6 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Photographisches Institut, Berlin


    2007-0038



    Description: left to right, Agnes Wiebe (1855-1873), Johann Philip Wiebe (1850-1918), Philip Wiebe (1816-1870), Philip Wiebe (1851-1882)
    Date: ca. 1869
    Location: Juschanlee, Molotschna, Russia
    MLA filing: Wiebe
    Original size: 10 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Rev. Jacob Janzen, Cordell, Oklahoma, 21 October 1936
    Photographer:


    2007-0039



    Description: First Mennonite Church; postcard, with message on back (see 2007-0040) from cousin ? in Reedley to Ed Linscheid, Nickerson, Kansas, postmarked 14 January 1915
    Date: 1914?
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Edward H. Linscheid collection
    Photographer:


    2007-0040



    Description: back of 2007-0039; First Mennonite Church; postcard, with message on back from cousin ? in Reedley to Ed Linscheid, Nickerson, Kansas, postmarked 14 January 1915
    Date: 1914?
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Edward H. Linscheid collection
    Photographer:


    2007-0041



    Description: First Mennonite Church; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0042



    Description: First Mennonite Church; General Conference session
    Date: 1917
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 9.5 x 7 cm
    Source: Esther (Boehr) Wenger, 1987
    Photographer:


    2007-0043



    Description: First Mennonite Church
    Date: CIR 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0044



    Description: First Mennonite Church; sign lists Aaron Epp as pastor
    Date: CIR 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 7 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0045



    Description: First Mennonite Church
    Date: CIR 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: G. A. Linscheid
    Photographer:


    2007-0046



    Description: First Mennonite Church; sign might say P. K. Regier pastor (a bit blurry)
    Date: CIR 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0047



    Description: First Mennonite Church; postcard
    Date: CIR 1915
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: Emma M. Ruth, 1986
    Photographer:


    2007-0048



    Description: First Mennonite Church; sign lists J. H. Langenwalter as pastor; postcard
    Date: CIR 1940
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 14 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Erwin C. Goering, 1984
    Photographer:


    2007-0049



    Description: First Mennonite Church; sign lists P. K. Regier as pastor; used in Mennonite Life, October 1950
    Date: CIR 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 17.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0050



    Description: First Mennonite Church sanctuary
    Date: CIR 1960
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 23 x 16 cm
    Source: P. K. Regier
    Photographer:


    2007-0051



    Description: First Mennonite Church kitchen
    Date: CIR 1960
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 23 x 11 cm
    Source: P. K. Regier
    Photographer:


    2007-0052



    Description: First Mennonite Church; probably Sunday morning attenders of 1917 General Conference session
    Date: 1917
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 23 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0053



    Description: First Mennonite Church; "Christian Hege church"
    Date: CIR 1925
    Location: Paso Robles, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0054



    Description: First Mennonite Church
    Date: 1939
    Location: Paso Robles, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0055



    Description: First Mennonite Church; don't know what the occasion was
    Date: 3 April 1936
    Location: Paso Robles, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Eugene W. Carter, Paso Robles, California


    2007-0056



    Description: First Mennonite Church
    Date: September 1950
    Location: Paso Robles, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0057



    Description: San Marcos Mennonite Church, 12 miles west of Paso Robles
    Date: CIR 1930
    Location: Paso Robles, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0058



    Description: San Marcos Mennonite Church, 12 miles west of Paso Robles; don't know what the occasion was
    Date: CIR 1940
    Location: Paso Robles, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Louise (Fast) Auernheimer, 2003
    Photographer:


    2007-0059



    Description: San Marcos Mennonite Church, 12 miles west of Paso Robles; don't know what the occasion was
    Date: CIR 1940
    Location: Paso Robles, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Louise (Fast) Auernheimer, 2003
    Photographer:


    2007-0060



    Description: Immanuel Mennonite Church
    Date: 1931
    Location: Los Angeles, California
    MLA filing: Churches - California
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Olin Krehbiel, 1982
    Photographer:


    2007-0061



    Description: Mennonite Sanitarium, "where Helen Voth was a short time"
    Date: CIR 1920
    Location: Upland/Alta Loma, California
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Mennonite Sanitarium, Upland, California
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source: William C. Voth collection, 1995
    Photographer:


    2007-0062



    Description: Mennonite Sanitarium, main building; screen print
    Date: CIR 1920
    Location: Upland/Alta Loma, California
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Mennonite Sanitarium, Upland, California
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0063



    Description: Mennonite Sanitarium
    Date: CIR 1920
    Location: Upland/Alta Loma, California
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Mennonite Sanitarium, Upland, California
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0064



    Description: Mennonite Sanitarium; postcard
    Date: 1915
    Location: Upland/Alta Loma, California
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Mennonite Sanitarium, Upland, California
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0065



    Description: Mennonite Sanitarium
    Date: CIR 1920
    Location: Upland/Alta Loma, California
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Mennonite Sanitarium, Upland, California
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: C. E. Krehbiel


    2007-0066



    Description: Mennonite Sanitarium
    Date: CIR 1930
    Location: Upland/Alta Loma, California
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Mennonite Sanitarium, Upland, California
    Original size: 14 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0067



    Description: Mennonite Sanitarium
    Date: CIR 1930
    Location: Upland/Alta Loma, California
    MLA filing: Hospitals - Mennonite Sanitarium, Upland, California
    Original size: 8 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0068



    Description: Drying peaches on John Detweiler orchard
    Date: CIR 1900
    Location: Ioamosa/Alta Loma, California
    MLA filing: California - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0069



    Description: R. Ewy vineyard, Thompson seedless grapes; used in Mennonite Life, October 1950, p. 5
    Date: 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0070



    Description: R. Ewy vineyard, Thompson seedless grapes
    Date: 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0071



    Description: R. Ewy vineyard, Thompson seedless grapes
    Date: 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0072



    Description: R. Ewy fruit packing plant
    Date: 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0073



    Description: R. Ewy fruit packing plant
    Date: 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0074



    Description: R. Ewy fruit packing plant
    Date: 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size: 10 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0075



    Description: R. Ewy fruit packing plant
    Date: 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size: 6.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0076



    Description: R. Ewy fruit packing plant
    Date: 1950
    Location: Reedley, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size: 6.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0077



    Description: Elder Abram Schellenberg baptizing in an artesian well
    Date: CIR 1914
    Location: Escondido, California
    MLA filing: California - Mennonites - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 20.5 x 15.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0078



    Description: Heinrich A. Becker (1858-1926) with first wife Anna Ratzlaff in casket
    Date: 1908
    Location: Buhler, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Becker
    Original size: 20.5 x 15 cm
    Source: Albert M. Gaeddert, 1988
    Photographer:


    2007-0079



    Description: Grace Bible Institute; used in Mennonite Life, June 1998, p. 6
    Date: ca. 1949
    Location: Omaha, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Colleges - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0080



    Description: unidentified group (students and faculty?) at Grace Bible Institute; rubber-stamped "Neubaum" on the back
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location: Omaha, Nebraska
    MLA filing: Colleges - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0081



    Description: Heinrich A. Becker (1858-1926) with second wife Anna Heidebrecht; probably a wedding photo
    Date: 1909?
    Location: Buhler, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Becker
    Original size: 10 x 14 cm
    Source: Albert M. Gaeddert, 1988
    Photographer:


    2007-0082



    Description: Medal of thanks from Chortitza Mennonites to American Mennonites for relief aid; obverse; see 2007-0083 for reverse (scanned from original medal; see also 2004-0220) The fact that the initials "CEK" appear on it probably means it belonged at one time to Christian E. Krehbiel.
    Date: 1922
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Kauffman Museum
    Original size: 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0083



    Description: Medal of thanks from Chortitza Mennonites to American Mennonites for relief aid; reverse; see 2007-0082 for obverse (scanned from original medal; contrast enhanced)
    Date: 1922
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Kauffman Museum
    Original size: 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0084



    Description: Medal of thanks, presumably from Chortitza Mennonites, to American Mennonites for relief aid; obverse; see 2007-0085 for reverse (scanned from original medal; contrast enhanced) See also 2007-0082.
    Date: 1922
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Kauffman Museum
    Original size: 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0085



    Description: Medal of thanks, presumably from Chortitza Mennonites, to American Mennonites for relief aid; reverse; see 2007-0084 for obverse (scanned from original medal; contrast enhanced) See also 2007-0082.
    Date: 1922
    Location: Chortitza, Russia
    MLA filing: Kauffman Museum
    Original size: 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0086



    Description: Anna (Hildebrand) Becker (born 1880) on the right, with adopted daughter Anna Marie Dirks; postcard
    Date: ca. 1926
    Location: Kansas?
    MLA filing: Personal - Becker
    Original size: 8.5 x 13 cm
    Source: H. P. Krehbiel collection
    Photographer:


    2007-0087



    Description: Indian boy with gun; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians (from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma") #51
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Cosand and Mosser, Caldwell, Kansas, and Fort Reno, Indian Territory


    2007-0088



    Description: Indian woman with baby in cradleboard; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians (from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma") #66
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Cosand and Mosser, Caldwell, Kansas, and Fort Reno, Indian Territory


    2007-0089



    Description: Indian woman and child; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians (from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma") #58
    Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Cosand and Mosser, Fort Reno, Indian Territory


    2007-0090



    Description: Laókis, Mouse Track; Indian child in beaded clothing
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 9 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Dunham, Fairview, Oklahoma


    2007-0091



    Description: Four young Arapaho women in Euro-American clothing, students at the Arapaho school at Darlington, Oklahoma; Emma Frass standing at left; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: El Reno, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: C. C. Stotz, El Reno, Oklahoma


    2007-0092



    Description: Four young Arapaho women in Euro-American clothing, students at the Arapaho school at Darlington, Oklahoma; Emma Frass standing at far right; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: El Reno, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: C. C. Stotz, El Reno, Oklahoma


    2007-0093



    Description: Cheyenne (?) woman with baby in beaded cradleboard; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Mrs. J. H. Richert, Feb. 15, 1933
    Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas


    2007-0094



    Description: Indian family group; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Mrs. J. H. Richert, Feb. 15, 1933
    Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas


    2007-0095



    Description: Ghost Dance circle; used in Kimberly D. Schmidt, "Moneneheo and Naheverein; Cheyenne and Mennonite Sewing Cirles, Convergences and Conflicts, 1890-1970," Great Plains Quarterly 31,1 (winter 2011), 6
    Date: 1891
    Location: Cantonment, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: MS.13, box 6, large album "General Conference Mennonite Missions of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Tribes of Oklahoma in pictures, 1880-1935" compiled by Mrs. G. A. Linscheid, Canton, Oklahoma, 1935, p. 18 (page on Cantonment)
    Original size: 16.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0096



    Description: Chief Mower and family; post card
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Fonda, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Fonda
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0097



    Description: Two Indian women; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Mrs. J. H. Richert, Feb. 15, 1933
    Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas


    2007-0098



    Description: Harvey Whiteshield's children; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 10 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0099



    Description: Indian woman seated; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 11 x 16 cm
    Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
    Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas


    2007-0100



    Description: Indian man standing; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 11 x 14 cm
    Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
    Photographer:


    2007-0101



    Description: Two Indian girls standing; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians (from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma"), no. 17
    Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: A. G. DaLee, Lawrence, Kansas


    2007-0102



    Description: Two Indian young women standing; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians (from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma"), no. 12
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Snell and Sargent, Wellington, Kansas


    2007-0103



    Description: Two Indian young women; the one on the right resembles Nancy Ruth; studio portrait
    Date: ca. 1890
    Location: Oklahoma?
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians (from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma"), no. 28
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas


    2007-0104



    Description: "Four of the women of a Fonda sewing circle with quilts of various patterns in background. The latter are made from patches sent by General Conference Mennonite churches. The women are, left to right, Mrs. Cloud Chief, Mrs. Little Coyote, Mrs. Allrunner and her mother, Mrs. Meat."; from Seventy-five Years of General Conference Mission Work among the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians in Oklahoma [Newton, Kan. : General Conference Mennonite Church Board of Missions, 1955], p. 20 top
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location: Fonda, Oklahoma
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 7.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0105



    Description: Goerz House
    Date: ca. 1908
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Florence (Krehbiel) Harmon Huffman collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2007-0106



    Description: Menno Simons; by Christoffel van Sichem
    Date: ca. 1607
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: Art collection #7
    Original size: 12.5 x 16 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0107



    Description: Bernhard Warkentin and Wilhelmina (Eisenmayer) Warkentin with two grandchildren, Hester Anne Warkentin (b. 1905) and John Alden (b. 1903)
    Date: 1906
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
    Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Bernhard Warkentin collection, 1992
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2007-0108



    Description: Bernhard Aron Warkentin family group (see 2007-0109 for detailed identifications)
    Date: 1885
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
    Original size: 21.5 x 13.5 cm
    Source: Bernhard Warkentin collection, folder 10, 1992
    Photographer:


    2007-0109



    Description: Bernhard Aron Warkentin family group (see 2007-0108 for clear scan of photo). This version has numbers for identification.
    Notes: 1. ?
    2. ?
    3. (on lap) Carl Bernhard Warkentin
    4. Edna Wella Warkentin
    5. Eliese "Liesel" Wiebe, daugher of 14 and 23
    6. Helena Wiebe, daughter of 14 and 23
    7. ?
    8. ?
    9. ?
    10. Mrs. Jacob Johann (Elizabeth Bernhard Warkentin) Enns
    11. Mrs. Bernhard (Wilhelmina Eisenmayer) Warkentin
    12. Mrs. Bernhard Aron (Helene Thiesen) Warkentin - mother
    13. Bernhard Aron Warkentin (1819-1894) - father
    14. Mrs. Johann Philipp (Helene Bernhard Warkentin) Wiebe
    15. Mrs. Gerhard Bernhard (Anna Thiesen) Warkentin
    16. ?(baby) Warkentin
    17. ?
    18. Jacob Johann Enns
    19. Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908) of Newton, Kansas
    20. Bernhard Jacob Enns
    21. Mrs. Bernhard Jacob (Gertruda ?) Enns (wife 1)
    22. Johannes J. Wiebe, sone of 14 and 23
    23. Johann Philipp Wiebe
    24. Gerhard Bernhard Warkentin
    25. ?
    Identifications based on Is. Braun's March 3, 1936, letter to Sister Frieda Kaufman, in Warkentin papers
    (A letter from Heiderun von Issendorff of Wiesbaden, Germany, to the MLA, 1 May 2013, says "If the date 1885 is right, Nr 6 and Nr 22 couldn't be the children of 14 and 23, Johann Ph. Wiebe and Helene Wiebe. In 1885 daughter Helene was already dead, Johannes was not born at this time and Elisabeth (Liesel) was 4 years old." Issendorff is a relative of the Wiebe family.)
    Date: 1885
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
    Original size: 21.5 x 13.5 cm
    Source: Bernhard Warkentin collection, folder 10, 1992
    Photographer:


    2007-0110



    Description: khan of Khiva, Seitmahomet Rachim Bagadar; see 2007-0111 for back
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0111



    Description: back of 2007-0110; khan of Khiva, Seitmahomet Rachim Bagadar
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0112



    Description: mission gathering among the Kirghiz; the man in the black cap is Hermann Jantzen (1866-1959); postcard; see 2007-0113 for back
    Date: 1916
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 13 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0113



    Description: back of 2007-0112; mission gathering among the Kirghiz; the man in the black cap is Hermann Jantzen (1866-1959); postcard
    Date: 1916
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 13 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0114



    Description: Elisabeth and Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); see 2007-0115 for back
    Date: 1951
    Location: Germany?
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0115



    Description: back of 2007-0114; Elisabeth and Herman Jantzen (1866-1959)
    Date: 1951
    Location: Germany?
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0116



    Description: Herman Jantzen on a camel; postcard; see back 2007-0117
    Date: ca. 1916
    Location: Turkestan, Russia
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0117



    Description: back of 2007-0116; Herman Jantzen on a camel; postcard
    Date: ca. 1916
    Location: Turkestan, Russia
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0118



    Description: Herman Jantzen (1866-1959) and Elisabeth (Sawatzky) Jantzen; see 2007-0119 for back
    Date: 4 June 1951
    Location: Hilversum, Netherlands
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 12 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0119



    Description: back of 2007-0118; Herman Jantzen (1866-1959) and Elisabeth (Sawatzky) Jantzen
    Date: 4 June 1951
    Location: Hilversum, Netherlands
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 12 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0120



    Description: Elisabeth (Sawatzky) Jantzen; see 2007-0121 for back
    Date: 1951?
    Location: Hilversum, Netherlands
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 7 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0121



    Description: back of 2007-0120; Elisabeth (Sawatzky) Jantzen
    Date: 1951?
    Location: Hilversum, Netherlands
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 7 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0122



    Description: Fritz Jantzen, son of Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); "dressed as he was during 6 months fleeing"; "exiled to Siberia 1936"; postcard; see 2007-0123 for back
    Date: 1934
    Location:
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8 x 13.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0123



    Description: back of 2007-0122; Fritz Jantzen, son of Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); "dressed as he was during 6 months fleeing"; "exiled to Siberia 1936"; postcard
    Date: 1934
    Location:
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8 x 13.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0124



    Description: Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); postcard; see 2007-0125 for back
    Date: 1950
    Location:
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0125



    Description: back of 2007-0124; Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); postcard
    Date: 1950
    Location:
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0126



    Description: left to right, Johannes Warns (1874-1937) leader of the Bible school at Wiedenest, Germany, Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); postcard; see 2007-0127 for back
    Date: 1927
    Location:
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0127



    Description: back of 2007-0126; left to right, Johannes Warns (1874-1937) leader of the Bible school at Wiedenest, Germany, Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); postcard
    Date: 1927
    Location:
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0128



    Description: Hermann Jantzen (1835-?) and Kornelia (Horn) Jantzen (1837-?); postcard; see 2007-0129 for back
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0129



    Description: back of 2007-0128; Hermann Jantzen (1835-?) and Kornelia (Horn) Jantzen (1837-?); postcard
    Date:
    Location: Russia
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0130



    Description: leader of a rebellion against Russian rule in the city of Andijan, Uzbekistan; postcard; see 2007-0131 for back
    Date: 1898
    Location: Uzbekistan
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0131



    Description: back of 2007-0130; leader of a rebellion against Russian rule in the city of Andijan, Uzbekistan; postcard
    Date: 1898
    Location: Uzbekistan
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0132



    Description: Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); see 2007-0133 for back
    Date: 1931
    Location: Triebes, Germany
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0133



    Description: back of 2007-0132; Herman Jantzen (1866-1959)
    Date: 1931
    Location: Triebes, Germany
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 8 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0134



    Description: left to right, Elisabeth (Sawatzky) Jantzen, Henry E. Jantzen (1925-2003), Herman Jantzen (1866-1959); see 2007-0135 for back
    Date: 1951
    Location: Hilversum, Netherlands
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 7 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0135



    Description: back of 2007-0134; left to right, Elisabeth (Sawatzky) Jantzen, Henry E. Jantzen (1925-2003), Herman Jantzen (1866-1959)
    Date: 1951
    Location: Hilversum, Netherlands
    MLA filing: original in possesstion of Mark Jantzen, Bethel College
    Original size: 7 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0136



    Description: J. Winfield Fretz, sociology and economics professor and dean of men at Bethel College, at desk
    Date: ca, 1948
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Fretz
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Carl Andreas


    2007-0137



    Description: Lorraine Avenue Mennonite Church building under construction
    Date: 5 March 1947
    Location: Wichita, Kansas
    MLA filing: Church - Kansas - Lorraine Avenue
    Original size: 15 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0138



    Description: Lorraine Avenue Mennonite Church building under construction
    Date: 15 February 1947
    Location: Wichita, Kansas
    MLA filing: Church - Kansas - Lorraine Avenue
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0139



    Description: Oswin Karmie Galle (1896-1977)
    Date: ca. 1920
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Galle
    Original size: 9 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0140



    Description: Oswin Karmie Galle (1896-1977) in cap and gown
    Date: 1924
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Galle
    Original size: 7 x 10 cm
    Source: Bethel College Class of 1924 album
    Photographer:


    2007-0141



    Description: Oswin Karmie Galle (1896-1977)
    Date: ca. 1970?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Galle
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Bethel College Alumni Office, 1985
    Photographer:


    2007-0142



    Description: Thomas E. Jones (1888-1973), Quaker educator, president of Fisk University and Earlham College; commencement speaker at Bethel College in spring 1960
    Date: ca. 1959?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Jones
    Original size: 11.5 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0143



    Description: J. Winfield Fretz in a faculty skit, "The Hair-Raising Adventure of Choosing an Acting President for Bethel College," in the background, left to right, are Eldon Graber, Harold Gross, Gordon Corwin, Peter R. Kaufman, Vernelle Waltner; used in 1960 Graymaroon, p. 98
    Date: February 26, 1960
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel - Faculty/staff - Groups - Follies
    Original size: 22 x 16.5 cm


    2007-0144



    Description: John E. Zehr and Betty Zehr; he was president of Bethel College 1991-1995
    Date: ca. 1991
    Location:
    MLA filing: Zehr
    Original size: 9 x 13 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2007-0145



    Description: John E. Zehr and Betty Zehr; he was president of Bethel College 1991-1995
    Date: ca. 1991
    Location:
    MLA filing: Zehr
    Original size: 9.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer: Jim Stucky, Newton, Kansas


    2007-0146



    Description: David C. Wedel (1908- ), president of Bethel College 1952-1960; used in 1951 Graymaroon, p. 13
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location:
    MLA filing: Wedel
    Original size: 11 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0147



    Description: Harold J. Schultz (1932- ) and Caroline Schultz at their home; he was president of Bethel College 1971-1991; used in Bethel College Bulletin, vol. 78, 1991, cover
    Date: 1991
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Schultz
    Original size: 19.5 x 19.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer: Jim Stucky, Newton, Kansas


    2007-0148



    Description: Harold J. Schultz (1932- ) and Caroline Schultz; children, left to right, Christopher, Susan, and Lori; Harold was president of Bethel College 1971-1991; used in Bethel College Bulletin, March 1971, p. 1
    Date: 1970?
    Location: Deland, Florida?
    MLA filing: Schultz
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1993
    Photographer:


    2007-0149



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), president of Bethel College 1966-1971, in front of Bethel Administration Building
    Date: ca. 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 11.5 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0150



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), president of Bethel College 1966-1971, at desk in Bethel Administration Building
    Date: ca. 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 12 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0151



    Description: Vernon H. Neufeld (1920-2008) and Ruth Neufeld (1921- ); he was president of Bethel College 1960-1966; at banquet in Student Union Room, Memorial Hall; used in 1967 Thresher, p. 4
    Date: ca. 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 9.5 x 14.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0152



    Description: Vernon H. Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966; used in 1961 Thresher, p. 14; used in Keith Sprunger, Campus, Congregation and Community (1997), p. 91. The sculpture on the desk is by Paul Friesen, titled "The Singleness of the Eye." See 2008-0127 for a slightly different pose.
    Date: ca. 1960
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 16 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0153



    Description: David C. Wedel (1908- ) and Martha (Quiring) Wedel (1909-1997)
    Date: 1996
    Location: Goessel, Kansas
    MLA filing: Wedel
    Original size: 19 x 22 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer: Schmidt Studio, Goessel, Kansas


    2007-0154



    Description: Edmund G. Kaufman (1891-1980) and Hazel (Dester) Kaufman (1896-1948) and children Gordon and Karolyn; he was president of Bethel College 1932-1952; used in Mennonite Life, Sept. 1987, p. 6
    Date: ca. 1933
    Location:
    MLA filing: Kaufman
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0155



    Description: Edmund G. Kaufman (1891-1980); lapel decoration received from South Chihli military government for educational work; he was president of Bethel College 1932-1952
    Date: ca. 1924
    Location: China
    MLA filing: Kaufman
    Original size: 8 x 14 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman collection
    Photographer:


    2007-0156



    Description: John E. Hartzler (1879-1963) and Mamie M. (Yoder) Hartzler with children John and Helen; he was president of Bethel College 1920-1921
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location:
    MLA filing: Hartzler
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source: E. G. Kaufman
    Photographer:


    2007-0157



    Description: John E. Hartzler (1879-1963), president of Bethel College 1920-1921, in classroom
    Date: ca. 1920
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Hartzler
    Original size: 7 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0158



    Description: John W. Kliewer (1869-1938), president of Bethel College 1911-1920 and 1925-1932, with family; wife Emma (Ruth) Kliewer, children (left to right) Ruth, Karl, Paul; used in Keith Sprunger, Campus, Congregation and Community (1997), p. 12
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Kliewer
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0159



    Description: John W. Kliewer (1869-1938), president of Bethel College 1911-1920 and 1925-1932
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Kliewer
    Original size: 9.5 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0160



    Description: Jacob H. Langenwalter (1877-1965), president of Bethel College 1910-1911 and 1921-1924, and Jesse (Braunlich) Langenwalter
    Date: June 30, 1962
    Location:
    MLA filing: Langenwalter
    Original size: 8 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0161



    Description: Jacob H. Langenwalter (1877-1965), president of Bethel College 1910-1911 and 1921-1924, in classroom
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Langenwalter
    Original size: 7.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0162



    Description: Grattan Building, 2500 North Main Street, under construction
    Date: 1949
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Grattan Building
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0163



    Description: Alumni Hall, Bethel College, under construction; used in Graymaroon 1938, p. 115
    Date: 1915
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Alumni Hall
    Original size: 16.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0164



    Description: Bethel College Fine Arts Center under construction; used in Bethel College Bulletin, Dec. 1964, p. 2
    Date: spring 1964
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Fine Arts Center
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0165



    Description: Bethel College Goering Hall
    Date: ca. 1956
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goering Hall
    Original size: 15.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Mennonite Weekly Review
    Photographer:


    2007-0166



    Description: Bethel College Haury Hall under construction; used in Bethel College Bulletin, Dec. 1957, p. 3
    Date: 1957?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Haury Hall
    Original size: 16.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0167



    Description: Bethel College Krehbiel Science Center groundbreaking, president Douglas Penner speaking
    Date: May 20, 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Krehbiel Science Center
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 2004
    Photographer: Vada Snider


    2007-0168



    Description: Bethel College library cornerstone laying; standing left to right, J. A. Ewert, Arthur Frey, president E. G. Kaufman; kneeling left to right, Rev. A. J. Dyck, Rev. Arnold Funk; used in 1949 Graymaroon, p. 97
    Date: October 12, 1948
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Library
    Original size: 23.5 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0169



    Description: Bethel College library under construction
    Date: 1986?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Library
    Original size: 13 x 9 cm
    Source: Rod Frey, 1992
    Photographer:


    2007-0170



    Description: Bethel College old Science Hall cornerstone laying
    Date: October 12, 1924
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Science Hall
    Original size: 12 x 7 cm
    Source: Florence (Krehbiel) Huffman collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2007-0171



    Description: Bethel College, Schultz Student Center groundbreaking; used in Bethel College Bulletin, November 1977
    Date: October 7, 1977
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Student Center
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0172



    Description: Bethel College Thresher Gymnasium
    Date: ca. 1990?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Thresher Gym
    Original size: 17.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1999
    Photographer:


    2007-0173



    Description: Bethel College Voth Hall under construction, faculty/staff group touring construction site
    Date: 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Voth Hall
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 2004
    Photographer:


    2007-0174



    Description: Bethel College Warkentin Court, view into the courtyard from second floor balcony
    Date: ca. 1967
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Warkentin Court
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0175



    Description: Group of administrators in Bethel College president's office; left to right, Brian Schrag (academic dean), Jim Huxman (admissions), Ron Flaming (dean of students), Harold Schultz (president), Larry Voth (development), Melvin Goering (administrative vice president); several wearing T-shirts "Small Colleges with Small Presidents Need Big Bucks"
    Date: ca. 1990
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Administrative
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2007-0176



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (left, former president of Bethel College) and Douglas Penner (right, president of Bethel College), at Goerz House
    Date: ca. 1995?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Receptions - President
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 2004
    Photographer:


    2007-0177



    Description: tongue screw used on the martyr Hans Bret in 1576; see Martyrs Mirror illustration, book 2, p. 729; used in Mennonite Life, April 1967, p. 65
    Date: ca. 1950?
    Location: Netherlands
    MLA filing: Anabaptists - Netherlands
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0178



    Description: large telescope with phrase painted on the side "The Heavens Declare the Glory of God"; constructed by Walter H. Dyck (1908-1996) and Paul Kuhlmann (1913-2001); made from Model T axle, gears and drive motor from a Victrola, silage pipe, base from a stove; base of telescope is flooded; see www.aavso.org/aavso/membership/gdyck.shtml
    Date: 1931
    Location: Butler County, Kansas
    MLA filing: Astronomy
    Original size: 7 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0179



    Description: unidentified town scene, maybe early 20th century, with railroad crossing in foreground; large institutional building in left background; "T&BV" on a boxcar stands for Trinity & Brazos Valley Railroad in Texas; MLA has 2 copies of this photo
    Date:
    Location: Texas??
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0180



    Description: Monument in Hillcrest Cemetery north of Florence commemorating Mennonites who allegedly died at Florence during 1874-5 of smallpox; the numbers cited on the monument seem highly exaggerated; don't know when the monument was erected; the small older stone in the bottom center is of a Lelah Kirgan who has no Mennonite connection at all
    Date: November 7, 2007
    Location: Florence, Kansas
    MLA filing: digital original
    Original size:
    Source:
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2007-0181



    Description: Monument in Hillcrest Cemetery north of Florence commemorating Mennonites who allegedly died at Florence during 1874-5 of smallpox; the numbers cited on the monument seem highly exaggerated; don't know when the monument was erected; the small older stone in the bottom center is of a Lelah Kirgan who has no Mennonite connection at all
    Date: November 7, 2007
    Location: Florence, Kansas
    MLA filing: digital original
    Original size:
    Source:
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2007-0182



    Description: detail from monument in Hillcrest Cemetery north of Florence commemorating Mennonites who allegedly died at Florence during 1874-5 of smallpox; the numbers cited on the monument seem highly exaggerated; don't know when the monument was erected; the small older stone in the bottom center is of a Lelah Kirgan who has no Mennonite connection at all
    Date: November 7, 2007
    Location: Florence, Kansas
    MLA filing: digital original
    Original size:
    Source:
    Photographer: John D. Thiesen


    2007-0183



    Description: Legiehn-Isaak family; standing left to right, Susanna Isaak Wiens, Johann Wiens, (Maria Legiehn Ewert??), Melita Legiehn Kliewer Nikkel, Luise Isaak Legiehn (1902-1956), Julius Legiehn (1899-1978); sitting left to right, ?, Maria Lange Legiehn Isaak (1867-1959), Harry or Ernst Leghien?, Elvira Legiehn? (m. Peter Klassen), Gerhard Isaak (1869-1945), Hans Wiens; see 2007-0184 for back
    Date: November 27, 1935
    Location: Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Personal - Isaak
    Original size: 11 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Hilda (Wiebe) Krahn, 1990
    Photographer:


    2007-0184



    Description: back of 2007-0183; Legiehn-Isaak family; standing left to right, Susanna Isaak Wiens, Johann Wiens, (Maria Legiehn Ewert??), Melita Legiehn Kliewer Nikkel, Luise Isaak Legiehn (1902-1956), Julius Legiehn (1899-1978); sitting left to right, ?, Maria Lange Legiehn Isaak (1867-1959), Harry or Ernst Leghien?, Elvira Legiehn? (m. Peter Klassen), Gerhard Isaak (1869-1945), Hans Wiens
    Date: November 27, 1935
    Location: Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Personal - Isaak
    Original size: 11 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Hilda (Wiebe) Krahn, 1990
    Photographer:


    2007-0185



    Description: Russian Mennonite refugees sing "Nun danket alle Gott" upon arriving in Riga, Latvia; used in Mennonite Life, January 1950, p. 17
    Date: 1929
    Location: Riga, Latvia
    MLA filing: Refugees - 1920s
    Original size: 12 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0186



    Description: Russian Mennonite refugees who went on the 4th transport to Paraguay; see 2007-0187 for back
    Date: 1930
    Location: Mölln, Germany
    MLA filing: Refugees - 1920s
    Original size: 21 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Fritz Benditz


    2007-0187



    Description: back of 2007-0186; Russian Mennonite refugees who went on the 4th transport to Paraguay
    Date: 1930
    Location: Mölln, Germany
    MLA filing: Refugees - 1920s
    Original size: 21 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Fritz Benditz


    2007-0188



    Description: Menno Colony people waiting at Fred Engen station, Kilometer 145, to pick up the third transport of Russian Mennonites (eventually Fernheim Colony)
    Date: 1930
    Location: Chaco, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Immigration
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0189



    Description: Fernheim Colony meeting hall with picture of Adolf Hitler at the front and a banner "Gemeinnutz vor Eigennutz!"; used in Mennonite Life, June 1991, front cover; used in John D. Thiesen, Mennonite and Nazi?, p. 107
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Filadelfia, Fernheim Colony, Chaco, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fernheim Colony
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0190



    Description: Men drawing lots for home sites in village 4; used in Mennonite Life, October 1962, p. 159
    Date: 1959
    Location: Witmarsum, Paraná, Brazil
    MLA filing: Brazil - Witmarsum, Paraná
    Original size: 12 x 9 cm
    Source: J. Winfield Fretz
    Photographer: J. Winfield Fretz


    2007-0191



    Description: barracks at Camp Cody; postcard; handwritten on back "No. 3"
    Date: ca. 1918
    Location: Deming, New Mexico
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Louise (Duerksen) Koehn, 1985
    Photographer:


    2007-0192



    Description: buildings at Camp Cody; postcard
    Date: ca. 1918
    Location: Deming, New Mexico
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
    Original size: 14 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Louise (Duerksen) Koehn, 1985
    Photographer:


    2007-0193



    Description: American Red Cross building at Camp Cody
    Date: ca. 1918
    Location: Deming, New Mexico
    MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Louise (Duerksen) Koehn, 1985
    Photographer:


    2007-0194



    Description: Henry B. Wedel; according to his Bethel alumni card, he had lived at Aberdeen, Idaho, and attended Bethel Commerical College in 1908; from poster of 1908 Bethel graduating class
    Date: 1908
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Wedel
    Original size: 4.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2007-0195



    Description: Edward J. B. Waltner (1890-1951), in military uniform; postcard; see 2007-0196 for back
    Date: ca. 1917
    Location:
    MLA filing: Waltner
    Original size: 8 x 13.5 cm
    Source: Edward J. B. Waltner
    Photographer:


    2007-0196



    Description: back of 2007-0195; Edward J. B. Waltner (1890-1951), in military uniform; postcard
    Date: ca. 1917
    Location:
    MLA filing: Waltner
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Edward J. B. Waltner
    Photographer:


    2007-0197



    Description: Emmett Leroy Harshbarber (1901-1942)
    Date: ca. 1938
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Harshbarger
    Original size: 3.5 x 4.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0198



    Description: Emmett Leroy Harshbarber (1901-1942); used in Keith Sprunger, Campus, Congregation and Community (1997), p. 41
    Date: ca. 1935?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Harshbarger
    Original size: 6 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2007-0199



    Description: {duplicate of 2009-0143} family or community group gathered for Christmas celebrations in Goerz Hall, Bethel College; includes Harshbarger, Linscheid, Goertz, Smucker, Rich, Geeting families; see 2007-0200 for more identifications; used in Mennonite Life, December 1995, p. 32
    Date: December 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Harshbarger
    Original size: 11 x 6 cm
    Source: John H. Harshbarger, 1987
    Photographer:


    2007-0200



    Description: identifications for 2007-0199; family or community group gathered for Christmas celebrations in Goerz Hall, Bethel College; includes Harshbarger, Linscheid, Goertz, Smucker, Rich, Geeting families;
    Date: December 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Harshbarger
    Original size:
    Source: John H. Harshbarger, 1987
    Photographer:


    2007-0201



    Description: {duplicate of 2009-0144}Amos E. Kreider reading Dickens' "Christmas Carol" to a Bethel College community group in Goerz Hall; see 2007-0200 for more identifications; used in Mennonite Life, December 1995, p. 32
    Date: December 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Harshbarger
    Original size: 11 x 6 cm
    Source: John H. Harshbarger, 1987
    Photographer:


    2007-0202



    Description: "21 Sunday services at the mission church, Filadelfia. According to Mennonite custom, the men sit on one side of the church, the women on the other. Toddlers often run from one parent to the other, while older children sit quietly. The indian congregation sings the familiar Protestant hymns in Chulupi. They sing unaccompanied, and many have fine voices. Missionary Gerhard Hein preaches a sermon, followed by a shorter sermon by an indian preacher."; see 2007-0203 for back
    Date: 1964?
    Location: Filadelfia, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Indians
    Original size: 16 x 24 cm
    Source: Mennonite Central Company; Standard Oil Company
    Photographer: Nancy Flowers


    2007-0203



    Description: back of 2007-0202; "21 Sunday services at the mission church, Filadelfia. According to Mennonite custom, the men sit on one side of the church, the women on the other. Toddlers often run from one parent to the other, while older children sit quietly. The indian congregation sings the familiar Protestant hymns in Chulupi. They sing unaccompanied, and many have fine voices. Missionary Gerhard Hein preaches a sermon, followed by a shorter sermon by an indian preacher."
    Date: 1964?
    Location: Filadelfia, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Indians
    Original size: 25 x 20.5 cm
    Source: Mennonite Central Company; Standard Oil Company
    Photographer: Nancy Flowers


    2008-0001



    Description: Aaron Epp and Betty (Schmidt) Epp, General Conference Mennonite Church missionaries in Mexico 1975-1983; used in The Mennonite, May 6, 1975
    Date: October 1974
    Location:
    MLA filing: Epp
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: The Mennonite office, 1994
    Photographer:


    2008-0002



    Description: Betty (Schmidt) Epp, General Conference Mennonite Church missionary in Mexico 1975-1983
    Date: May 1974
    Location:
    MLA filing: Epp
    Original size: 8 x 11.5 cm
    Source: The Mennonite office, 1994
    Photographer:


    2008-0003



    Description: View of the Mennonite orphanage at Amsterdam, etching by H. Schoute; original is on display at Kauffman Museum since 1987
    Date:
    Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Art collection #33
    Original size: 33 x 26 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0004



    Description: Joannes Deknatel (1698-1759), Dutch Mennonite minister
    Date:
    Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Art collection #1
    Original size: 9 x 14.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0005



    Description: Joannes Deknatel (1698-1759), Dutch Mennonite minister; this variant of the etching does not have the text at the bottom, as is found on 2008-0004; this one has a label on the back of "Bethel College Museum," Book. No. 323, date received July 25, 1932
    Date:
    Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    MLA filing: Art collection #1
    Original size: 9 x 14.5 cm
    Source: Sister Hillegonda van der Smissen, 1932
    Photographer:


    2008-0006



    Description: Rev. Daniel Gerig, with wife Anna P. (Braun) Gering, and son Paul Daniel Gerig (see 2008-0007 for back)
    Date:
    Location: Claysburg, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Personal - Gerig
    Original size: 7 x 12 cm
    Source: Olin Krehbiel, 1982
    Photographer:


    2008-0007



    Description: back of 2008-0006; Rev. Daniel Gerig, with wife Anna P. (Braun) Gering, and son Paul Daniel Gerig
    Date:
    Location: Claysburg, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Personal - Gerig
    Original size: 7 x 12 cm
    Source: Olin Krehbiel, 1982
    Photographer:


    2008-0008



    Description: Rev. John J. Engbrecht (1883-1954) with wife Maria J. (Berg) Engbrecht (see 2008-0009 for back)
    Date:
    Location: Springfield, Ohio
    MLA filing: Personal - Engbrecht
    Original size: 7.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Stanton, Springfield, Ohio


    2008-0009



    Description: back of 2008-0008; Rev. John J. Engbrecht (1883-1954) with wife Maria J. (Berg) Engbrecht
    Date:
    Location: Springfield, Ohio
    MLA filing: Personal - Engbrecht
    Original size: 7.5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Stanton, Springfield, Ohio


    2008-0010



    Description: Rev. Henry A. Bachmann (1868-1920)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Bachmann
    Original size: 5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0011



    Description: Rev. Henry A. Bachmann (1868-1920)
    Date: 1897
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Bachmann
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Tripp, Newton, Kansas


    2008-0012



    Description: Rev. Henry A. Bachmann (1868-1920)
    Date:
    Location: Mountain Lake, Minnesota
    MLA filing: Personal - Bachmann
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: G. G. Isaac, Mountain Lake, Minnesota


    2008-0013



    Description: Rev. Henry A. Bachmann (1868-1920)
    Date:
    Location: Mountain Lake, Minnesota
    MLA filing: Personal - Bachmann
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Martha M. (Friesen) Graber, 1987
    Photographer: G. G. Isaac, Mountain Lake, Minnesota


    2008-0014



    Description: Rev. Henry A. Bachmann (1868-1920)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Bachmann
    Original size: 3 x 3 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0015



    Description: left to right, standing, ?, ?, Fanny Krehbiel of New York, ?, Henry A. Bachmann (1868-1920). Left to right, sitting, ?, Jacob J. Friesen of Hendernson Nebraska, ?, ?. Peter Kaufman of South Dakota may also be on the photo.
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Bachmann
    Original size: 16.5 x 22 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0016



    Description: Ferdinand J. Isaac (1888-1946) and wife Anna (Penner) Isaac (1890-1971); see 2008-0017 for back
    Date: June 1921
    Location: Arcadia, California
    MLA filing: Personal - Isaac
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0017



    Description: back of 2008-0016; Ferdinand J. Isaac (1888-1946) and wife Anna (Penner) Isaac (1890-1971)
    Date: June 1921
    Location: Arcadia, California
    MLA filing: Personal - Isaac
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0018



    Description: Ferdinand J. Isaac (1888-1946) and daughter Esther (1919-1921); see 2008-0019 for back
    Date: May 7, 1921
    Location: California
    MLA filing: Personal - Isaac
    Original size: 8 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0019



    Description: back of 2008-0018; Ferdinand J. Isaac (1888-1946) and daughter Esther (1919-1921)
    Date: May 7, 1921
    Location: California
    MLA filing: Personal - Isaac
    Original size: 8 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0020



    Description: Sycamore Acres; postcard
    Date: CIR 1920
    Location: Woodlake, California
    MLA filing: California - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Ferdinand J. Isaac album #211
    Photographer: Vogt


    2008-0021



    Description: David H. Richert looking through a telescope behind the Ad Building, Bethel College; used in 1911 Echoes (see 2008-0022 for back)
    Date: CIR 1910
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - Richert, "Uncle Davy" (David H.)
    Original size: 7 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Arnold and Gertrude (Neufeld) Thiessen, 1998
    Photographer:


    2008-0022



    Description: back of 2008-0021; David H. Richert looking through a telescope behind the Ad Building, Bethel College; used in 1911 Echoes
    Date: CIR 1910
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - Richert, "Uncle Davy" (David H.)
    Original size: 7 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Arnold and Gertrude (Neufeld) Thiessen, 1998
    Photographer:


    2008-0023



    Description: "Policeman Johnson with our pre-schoolers!"; "Our Wonder House"
    Date:
    Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Churches - Oklahoma
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source: Western District Conference offices, 1983
    Photographer:


    2008-0024



    Description: Oklahoma City Church Center and voluntary service house, 16th and Lincoln
    Date: August 1965
    Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Churches - Oklahoma
    Original size: 9 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0025



    Description: Oklahoma City Church Center and voluntary service house, 16th and Lincoln
    Date: August 1965
    Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Churches - Oklahoma
    Original size: 9 x 9 cm
    Source: Western District Conference offices, 1983
    Photographer:


    2008-0026



    Description: Oklahoma City Church Center and voluntary service house, 16th and Lincoln
    Date: August 1965
    Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Churches - Oklahoma
    Original size: 9 x 9 cm
    Source: Western District Conference offices, 1983
    Photographer:


    2008-0027



    Description: "They Shall Beat Their Swords into Plowshares"; bronze plaque in Bethel College Administration Building entry; by John P. Klassen
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Art - Klassen, John P.
    Original size:
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0028



    Description: Johannes Brahms with Mennonite friends in Krefeld, Germany; left to right; Alvin von Beckerath, Dr. Gustav Ophüls, Johannes Brahms, Bram Eldering; used in Mennonite Life, Oct. 1958, p. 157
    Date: spring 1896
    Location: Krefeld, Germany
    MLA filing: Personal - Brahms
    Original size:
    Source: Heinz von Beckerath, 1958?
    Photographer:


    2008-0029



    Description: Johannes Brahms with Mennonite friends in Krefeld, Germany; left to right; ?, Alvin von Beckerath, Bram Eldering, Johannes Brahms; used in Mennonite Life, Oct. 1958, p. 157
    Date: spring 1896
    Location: Krefeld, Germany
    MLA filing: Personal - Brahms
    Original size:
    Source: Heinz von Beckerath, 1958?
    Photographer:


    2008-0030



    Description: Johannes Brahms with Mennonite friends in Krefeld, Germany; left to right; Dr. Gustav Ophüls, Johannes Brahms, Bram Eldering, Alvin von Beckerath; used in Mennonite Life, Oct. 1958, p. 157
    Date: spring 1896
    Location: Krefeld, Germany
    MLA filing: Personal - Brahms
    Original size:
    Source: Heinz von Beckerath, 1958?
    Photographer:


    2008-0031



    Description: Johannes Brahms with Mennonite friends in Krefeld, Germany; left to right; Alvin von Beckerath, Dr. Gustav Ophüls, Johannes Brahms, Bram Eldering; used in Mennonite Life, Oct. 1958, p. 157
    Date: spring 1896
    Location: Krefeld, Germany
    MLA filing: Personal - Brahms
    Original size:
    Source: Heinz von Beckerath, 1958?
    Photographer:


    2008-0032



    Description: "Nebr. 1437. Crested wheatgrass with mature heads ready to be combined and capable of yielding 100 pounds of clean seed per acre. Grass seed is always in demand in the Great Plains; seed, therefore, provides part of the cash income by sale to the seed trade. The forage from seeded lands furnishes high quality hay and pasture for ranch and farm herds."
    Date:
    Location: Nebraska?
    MLA filing: Farming - Grasses
    Original size:
    Source: United States. Soil Conservation Service.
    Photographer:


    2008-0032back



    Description: back of 2008-0032; "Nebr. 1437. Crested wheatgrass with mature heads ready to be combined and capable of yielding 100 pounds of clean seed per acre. Grass seed is always in demand in the Great Plains; seed, therefore, provides part of the cash income by sale to the seed trade. The forage from seeded lands furnishes high quality hay and pasture for ranch and farm herds."
    Date:
    Location: Nebraska?
    MLA filing: Farming - Grasses
    Original size:
    Source: United States. Soil Conservation Service.
    Photographer:


    2008-0033



    Description: Postcard of jack rabbits in snow. Labeled "#73 Some Jack Rabbits" Probably some kind of spoof. Handwritten note on back seems to say western Kansas 1912.
    Date: 1912
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather - Dust, flood, snow, wind
    Original size:
    Source: John E. Linscheid album
    Photographer:


    2008-0034



    Description: back of 2008-0033; Postcard of jack rabbits in snow. Labeled "#73 Some Jack Rabbits" Probably some kind of spoof. Handwritten note on back seems to say western Kansas 1912.
    Date: 1912
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather - Dust, flood, snow, wind
    Original size:
    Source: John E. Linscheid album
    Photographer:


    2008-0035



    Description: Jack rabbits and what looks like a steam threshing machine in snow. Labeled "#74 Jack Rabbits Snow Bound." Handwritten note on back indicates western Kansas 1912. Postcard.
    Date: 1912
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather - Dust, flood, snow, wind
    Original size:
    Source: John E. Linscheid album
    Photographer:


    2008-0036



    Description: back of 2008-0035; Jack rabbits and what looks like a steam threshing machine in snow. Labeled "#74 Jack Rabbits Snow Bound." Handwritten note on back indicates western Kansas 1912. Postcard.
    Date: 1912
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Weather - Dust, flood, snow, wind
    Original size:
    Source: John E. Linscheid album
    Photographer:


    2008-0037



    Description: Rotary snow plow (railroad) at Alsen, North Dakota. If it's the same as 2008-0038, the date is 13 April 1907.
    Date: 13 April 1907
    Location: Alsen, North Dakota
    MLA filing: Weather - Dust, flood, snow, wind
    Original size:
    Source: Ronald A. Krehbiel, 2007
    Photographer:


    2008-0038



    Description: Rotary snow plow (railroad) in deep snow banks. If it's the same as 2008-0037, it is near Alsen, North Dakota. Dated on back 13 April 1907.
    Date: 13 April 1907
    Location: Alsen, North Dakota
    MLA filing: Weather - Dust, flood, snow, wind
    Original size:
    Source: Ronald A. Krehbiel, 2007
    Photographer:


    2008-0039



    Description: FSA 20786-E, Aug. 1939, Lange. Harvesting pears, Pleasant Hill Orchards. Washington, Yakima Valley
    Date: August 1939
    Location: Washington
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size:
    Source: United States. Farm Security Administration.
    Photographer: Dorothea Lange


    2008-0040



    Description: back of 2008-0039; FSA 20786-E, Aug. 1939, Lange. Harvesting pears, Pleasant Hill Orchards. Washington, Yakima Valley
    Date: August 1939
    Location: Washington
    MLA filing: Farming - Fruit
    Original size:
    Source: United States. Farm Security Administration.
    Photographer: Dorothea Lange


    2008-0041



    Description: Mrs. Karl Warkentin (maybe Elisabeth Warkentin 1890-1982) and Mrs. Ben Froese (Sara Franz 1882-1940) (mother of Mrs. Emma Peters) cleaning hog intestines for making sausage and liverwurst. Used in Rhonda Hiebert, ed., 1888-1988 Buhler, Kansas, A Centennial History, p. 27.
    Date:
    Location: Buhler, Kansas
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: Harold M. Balzer, 1989
    Photographer:


    2008-0042



    Description: back of 2008-0041; Mrs. Karl Warkentin and Mrs. Ben Froese (mother of Mrs. Emma Peters) cleaning hog intestines for making sausage and liverwurst. Used in Rhonda Hiebert, ed., 1888-1988 Buhler, Kansas, A Centennial History, p. 27.
    Date:
    Location: Buhler, Kansas
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: Harold M. Balzer, 1989
    Photographer:


    2008-0043



    Description: Harvesting potatoes. Postcard.
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0044



    Description: "Harvest siesta." Left to right; Alfred G. Linscheid, John E. Linscheid, Edward W. Miller, Edward H. Linscheid, Peter R. Linscheid. Front of photo says "Camping" and seems to have a date of June 24. If it's the same year as several of the other photos in this sequence, it would be 1918.
    Date: June 24, 1918
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0045



    Description: back of 2008-0044; "Harvest siesta." Left to right; Alfred G. Linscheid, John E. Linscheid, Edward W. Miller, Edward H. Linscheid, Peter R. Linscheid. Front of photo says "Camping" and seems to have a date of June 24. If it's the same year as several of the other photos in this sequence, it would be 1918.
    Date: June 24, 1918
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0046



    Description: "Siesta." John P. Linscheid in straw hat, Katie Mueller Linscheid next to him. Front of photo says "Harvesting Spree"
    Date: July 9, 1918
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0047



    Description: back of 2008-0046; "Siesta." John P. Linscheid in straw hat, Katie Mueller Linscheid next to him. Front of photo says "Harvesting Spree"
    Date: July 9, 1918
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0048



    Description: Front of photo says "Harvesting with Co". Left to right; Edward W. Miller, Elizabeth K. Linscheid, ?, ?, John P. Linscheid, ?, Katharina (Mueller) Linscheid, John E. Linscheid, (front) Emma Linscheid, ?, Peter R. Linscheid
    Date: July 9, 1918
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0049



    Description: back of 2008-0048; Front of photo says "Harvesting with Co". Left to right; Edward W. Miller, Elizabeth K. Linscheid, ?, ?, John P. Linscheid, ?, Katharina (Mueller) Linscheid, John E. Linscheid, (front) Emma Linscheid, ?, Peter R. Linscheid
    Date: July 9, 1918
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0050



    Description: Linscheid family harvest scene
    Date: 1918?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: J. Willard Linscheid, 1986
    Photographer:


    2008-0051



    Description: back of 2008-0050; Linscheid family harvest scene
    Date: 1918?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: J. Willard Linscheid, 1986
    Photographer:


    2008-0052



    Description: Linscheid family harvest scene. Postcard.
    Date: 1918?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: J. Willard Linscheid, 1986
    Photographer:


    2008-0053



    Description: Linscheid family harvest scene. Postcard. Left to right, John P. Linscheid, Katie Mueller Linscheid, John E. Linscheid, Peter R. Linscheid, Alfred Linscheid, Emma Linscheid, Elizabeth Linscheid
    Date: 1918?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0054



    Description: back of 2008-0053; Linscheid family harvest scene. Postcard. Left to right, John P. Linscheid, Katie Mueller Linscheid, John E. Linscheid, Peter R. Linscheid, Alfred Linscheid, Emma Linscheid, Elizabeth Linscheid
    Date: 1918?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: John P. and Edward H. Linscheid collections
    Photographer:


    2008-0055



    Description: Linscheid family harvest scene.
    Date: 1918?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: J. Willard Linscheid, 1986
    Photographer:


    2008-0056



    Description: back of 2008-0055; Linscheid family harvest scene.
    Date: 1918?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size:
    Source: J. Willard Linscheid, 1986
    Photographer:


    2008-0057



    Description: "N-7247. Shocks of wheat in a North Dakota field."; "wheat" is crossed out and "oats" written in; U. S. Department of Agriculture photo
    Date: August 1945.
    Location: North Dakota
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Osborne


    2008-0058



    Description: back of 2008-0057; "N-7247. Shocks of wheat in a North Dakota field."; "wheat" is crossed out and "oats" written in; U. S. Department of Agriculture photo
    Date: August 1945.
    Location: North Dakota
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Osborne


    2008-0059



    Description: "Mont. 60. Pictures of George Lund's feed reserve, mostly baled crested wheatgrass and alfalfa hay and some sleet [sic] clover hay. Approximately 4,000 bales or 160 tons. Lund is a cooperator with the Reserve SCD."; U. S. Soil Conservation Service photo
    Date: September 24, 1943
    Location: Reserve, Sheridan County, Montana
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 12 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: H. J. Swan


    2008-0060



    Description: back of 2008-0059; "Mont. 60. Pictures of George Lund's feed reserve, mostly baled crested wheatgrass and alfalfa hay and some sleet [sic] clover hay. Approximately 4,000 bales or 160 tons. Lund is a cooperator with the Reserve SCD."; U. S. Soil Conservation Service photo
    Date: September 24, 1943
    Location: Reserve, Sheridan County, Montana
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 12 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: H. J. Swan


    2008-0061



    Description: "Cutting timothy in Modoc Co. Cal."; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Modoc County, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0062



    Description: back of 2008-0061; "Cutting timothy in Modoc Co. Cal."; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Modoc County, California
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0063



    Description: "Listening in to radio marketing news for farmers."; "134006"
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 23 x 18 cm
    Source: National Archives
    Photographer:


    2008-0064



    Description: back of 2008-0063; "Listening in to radio marketing news for farmers."; "134006"
    Location:
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 23 x 18 cm
    Source: National Archives
    Photographer:


    2008-0065



    Description: "361-D. Nicholson Hollow, Shenandoah National Park area, Virginia. Spreading apples to dry on a roof. Cen-376."; U. S. Farm Security Administration photo
    Date: October 1935
    Location: Nicholson Hollow, Virginia
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Rothstein


    2008-0066



    Description: back of 2008-0065; "361-D. Nicholson Hollow, Shenandoah National Park area, Virginia. Spreading apples to dry on a roof. Cen-376."; U. S. Farm Security Administration photo
    Date: October 1935
    Location: Nicholson Hollow, Virginia
    MLA filing: Farming - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Rothstein


    2008-0067



    Description: churning butter, outdoors; Marie J. (Regier) Frantz Janzen on her parents' farm
    Date: ca. 1920
    Location: Whitewater, Kansas
    MLA filing: Farming - Activities
    Original size: 7.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0068



    Description: "Husking corn in Kansas."; postcard sent from Clara Schmidt, Moundridge, Kansas, to Gerhard Schmidt in Upland, California
    Date: November 8, 1909
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Farming - Corn
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Guy Varney, Manhattan, Kansas


    2008-0069



    Description: back of 2008-0068; "Husking corn in Kansas."; postcard sent from Clara Schmidt, Moundridge, Kansas, to Gerhard Schmidt in Upland, California
    Date: November 8, 1909
    Location: Kansas
    MLA filing: Farming - Corn
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Guy Varney, Manhattan, Kansas


    2008-0070



    Description: 7th and 8th grade Bible school class, Eden Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 9 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0071



    Description: "A carload of children just ready to leave for Bible School"; Eden Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 9 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0072



    Description: Hopefield Mennonite Church; used in Mennonite Life, March 1991, p. 8
    Date:
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Hopefield, Moundridge
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: G. A. Linscheid
    Photographer:


    2008-0073



    Description: Eden Mennonite Church
    Date: ca. 1999
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 15 x 10 cm
    Source: Esther Lehrman Rinner, 1999
    Photographer:


    2008-0074



    Description: Eden Mennonite Church; large group using women's entry, south side
    Date:
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 15.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Martha Stucky, 1987
    Photographer: Schrags Art Studio, Burrton, Kansas


    2008-0075



    Description: Eden Mennonite Church; Eden Choral Society tape recording a program in the church to be heard over KSAL (Salina, KS) on Sunday morning at 7:30. Ben Zerger, director; Andy Flickner, recording technician; see Mennonite Life April 1952
    Date: ca. 1951
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 23 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0076



    Description: Eden Mennonite Church; One of the six choirs of the Eden Church recording a program. Each one of the choirs is responsible in its turn to produce a one-half hour tape for the regular Sunday morning broadcast at 7:30 over KSAL (Salina, KS). This is the junior mixed choir. Ages 15-18. Lester Goering, director.
    Date: ca. 1951
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0077



    Description: "1874 Immigrants from Russia"; 50th anniversary of Eden Mennonite Church; names on back, see 2008-0078 and 2008-0079
    Date: Oct. 31, 1944
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 22.5 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Block


    2008-0078



    Description: back of 2008-0077"1874 Immigrants from Russia"; 50th anniversary of Eden Mennonite Church; see also 2008-0079
    Date: Oct. 31, 1944
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 22.5 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Block


    2008-0079



    Description: "1874 Immigrants from Russia"; 50th anniversary of Eden Mennonite Church; persons are numbered on this copy of the photo; names on back, see 2008-0080 and 2008-0077
    Date: Oct. 31, 1944
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 22.5 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Block


    2008-0080



    Description: back of 2008-0079; "1874 Immigrants from Russia"; 50th anniversary of Eden Mennonite Church; persons are numbered on this copy of the photo; names on back, see also 2008-0077
    Date: Oct. 31, 1944
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 22.5 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Block


    2008-0081



    Description: 50th anniversary of Eden Mennonite Church; handwriting at top is Edmund G. Kaufman's. (Another copy of this photo is filed under Kansas-Moundridge.)
    Date: Oct. 31, 1944
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Churches - Kansas - Eden
    Original size: 25 x 20.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Block


    2008-0082



    Description: Bethel College varsity football team; used in 1967 Thresher yearbook, p. 58
    Date: 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity - Football 1966-69
    Original size: 16.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0084



    Description: Earl White (Joseph Earl White), Bethel College graduate of 1969; this photo used in 1967 Thresher yearbook, p. 144
    Date: 1967
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - White
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0085



    Description: Earl White (Joseph Earl White), Bethel College graduate of 1969; this photo used in 1968 Thresher yearbook, p. 133
    Date: 1968
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - White
    Original size: 5.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0086



    Description: Earl White (Joseph Earl White), Bethel College graduate of 1969; this photo used in 1969 Thresher yearbook, p. 115
    Date: 1969
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - White
    Original size: 5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0087



    Description: Warkentin Court Governing Council -- standing, George Rogers, Gene Bergman, advisor, Willie Price. Seated, Dave Jantzen, Bonnie Schmidt, Barb Pankratz, Dale Friesen, Sharon Goossen, Otto Loeppky, Chet Roberts; used in 1968 Thresher yearbook, p. 76
    Date: 1968
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Organizations - Student Government - Warkentin Court Governing Council
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0088



    Description: left to right, Cornelius Krahn, William M. Zehr, Edith (Roupp) Zehr, John F. Schmidt; at the time William Zehr turned over his film collection to the Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College, North Newton, Kansas; the film in Krahn and Zehr's hands is "The Call of the Cheyenne"
    Date: ca. 1970
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Zehr
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0089



    Description: William M. Zehr (1909-1993)
    Date: ca. 1970
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Zehr
    Original size: 9 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0090



    Description: George Rogers, Bethel junior in 1967-68; used in 1968 Thresher yearbook, p. 132
    Date: 1968
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Rogers
    Original size: 5 x 5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0091



    Description: George Rogers receiving diploma from William Keeney; used in 1969 Thresher yearbook, p. 38
    Date: 1969
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Commencement 1969
    Original size: 12 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0092



    Description: Michael Burnett, Bethel College junior in 1967-68; used in 1968 Thresher yearbook, p. 130
    Date: 1968
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Burnett
    Original size: 5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0093



    Description: Willie Price, Bethel College graduate of 1969; used in 1969 Thresher yearbook, p. 113
    Date: 1969
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Price
    Original size: 5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0094



    Description: Bethel College Recreation Council; left to right, Mike Burnett, Karen Ann Goering, Don Linscheid, Ann Zerger, Phil Dick; used in 1968 Thresher yearbook, p. 99
    Date: 1968
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Organizations - Recreational Council
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0095



    Description: Erna Justina Fast (1912- ), Bethel College graduate of 1943
    Date: 1943?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Fast
    Original size: 5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0096



    Description: Wilma Frieda Toews (1912- )
    Date: 1940s
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Toews
    Original size: 5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0097



    Description: Wilma Frieda Toews (1912- ); home economics teacher and dietitian at Bethel College 1946-ca. 1967; used in Bethel Graymaroon 1950, p. 18
    Date: 1950
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Toews
    Original size: 5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0098



    Description: Wilma Frieda Toews (1912- ); home economics teacher and dietitian at Bethel College 1946-ca. 1967; used in Bethel Graymaroon 1958
    Date: 1958
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Toews
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0099



    Description: Wilma Frieda Toews (1912- ); home economics teacher and dietitian at Bethel College 1946-ca. 1967; used in Bethel Graymaroon 1967 p. 107
    Date: 1967
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Toews
    Original size: 6 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0100



    Description: Bethel College Science Hall
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Science Hall - Exterior
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: John M. Suderman, 2003
    Photographer:


    2008-0101



    Description: Bethel College Science Hall; postcard; see 2008-0102 for back
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Science Hall - Exterior
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: Helen Isaac Moyer collection
    Photographer:


    2008-0102



    Description: back of 2008-0101; Bethel College Science Hall; postcard
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Science Hall - Exterior
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source: Helen Isaac Moyer collection
    Photographer:


    2008-0103



    Description: Bethel College Science Hall; used in 1948 Graymaroon, p. 5
    Date: 1948
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Science Hall - Exterior
    Original size: 18 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0104



    Description: Men's quartet at Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Chicago; left to right, LaVerne A. Rutschman, Gerhard H. Neufeld, Willard W. Wiebe, Ernst Harder
    Date: 1945-1946
    Location:
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 8 x 4.5 cm
    Source: Ronald A. Krehbiel, 2001
    Photographer:


    2008-0105



    Description: Men's quartet at Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Chicago; left to right, LaVerne A. Rutschman, Gerhard H. Neufeld, Willard W. Wiebe, Ernst Harder
    Date: 1945-1946
    Location:
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Ronald A. Krehbiel, 1988
    Photographer:


    2008-0106



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary board; used in The Mennonite, April 18, 1950, p. 263
    Date: 1950
    Location: Chicago?
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 12 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0107



    Description: Canadian missionaries and mission candidates at Mennonite Biblical Seminary; used in Der Bote, November 20, 1957, p. 5; standing left to right, Henry H. Epp, Waterloo, Ontario; Paul W. Boschman, Petaigan, Saskatchewan; Albert Bauman, Flanigan, Illinois; Herman Walde, Kindersley, Saskatchewan; seated left to right, Mary Epp, LaVerne Boschman, Mary Epp (Hanley, Saskatchewan), Cathrine Bauman, Alice Walde
    Date: 1957
    Location: Chicago
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 10.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0108



    Description: Erland Waltner, president of Mennonite Biblical Seminary, confers with Oscar Wedel from Hamburg, Germany; used in Der Bote, October 29, 1958, p. 6
    Date: 1958
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0109



    Description: unidentified visitors at Mennonite Biblical Seminary; not known if it's at Chicago or Elkhart
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 9.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0110



    Description: students (unidentified) studying in library, Mennonite Biblical Seminary; not known if it's at Chicago or Elkhart
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 10 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0111



    Description: students and faculty of Mennonite Biblical Seminary in first year of operation
    back, left to right, Doland Unruh, Willard W. Wiebe, Robert W. Hartzler, LaVerne A. Rutschman, Ernst Harder
    middle, left to right, Albert L. Jantzen, Mrs. Maynard (Griselda Gehman) Shelly, Maynard Shelly, Mrs. Richard (Ruth) Yordy, Richard Yoder, Ruth E. Ewert (m. Ernst Harder), Gerhard H. Neufeld
    front, left to right, Mrs. Albert L. (Wilma Lichti) Jantzen, Mrs. Abraham (Elizabeth Unger) Warkentin, Abraham Warkentin, Christian E. Krehbiel, Mrs. Christian E. (Mary Wirkler) Krehbiel, Mrs. Gerhard H. (Susie Unruh) Neufeld
    identifications by Griselda Shelly, 1988
    Date: 1945-1946
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 10.5 x 7 cm
    Source: Ronald A. Krehbiel, 1988
    Photographer:


    2008-0112



    Description: faculty of Mennonite Biblical Seminary; left to right, S. F. Pannabecker (president), Edmund J. Miller (field secretary), Don E. Smucker (associate professor of biblical theology), Mrs. Sylvia Pannabecker (matron), Marvin Dirks (instructor in voice), Katie Andres (librarian), John T. Neufeld (assistant treasurer and business manager); used in The Mennonite, 24 August 1948, p. 4
    Date: 1948
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 16.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0113



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966; used in Thresher 1964, 1965; in Bethel College Bulletin, Oct. 1987, p. 21; used in presidents' photo gallery, May 1991
    Date: ca. 1963
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 6 x 8 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1987
    Photographer:


    2008-0114



    Description: left, Vernon Neufeld; right, Ronald Rich; used in Thresher 1962, p. 8; "Dr. Neufeld presents to Dr. Rich a check for $5000 which is part of a $15,000 award made by the Research Corporation for research in the science division."
    Date: 1962
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Groups - Administration
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0115



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966
    Date: ca. 1995
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2008-0116



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966; used in 1962 Thresher, p. 6
    Date: 1962
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 9.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0117



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966; used in 1963 Thresher, p. 14
    Date: 1962
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 18 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0118



    Description: Rosalie Bartel Neufeld and Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966
    Date: ca. 1962
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 6 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0119



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, at his desk; used in Thresher 1964, p. 74
    Date: 1964
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 20 x 18 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0120



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, at his desk
    Date: 1964
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 10 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0121



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, at his desk
    Date: 1964
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 11.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0122



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, at his desk; used in 1965 Thresher, p. 112
    Date: 1965
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0123



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, at his desk
    Date: 1965
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0124



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, at his desk, with visitors, left to right, Elbert Koontz, Ruth Koontz, Ted Koontz
    Date: 11 October 1964
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Neufeld, Vernon
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0125



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, with his wife Ruth (Neumann) Neufeld, at home
    Date: 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0126



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, with his wife Ruth (Neumann) Neufeld, at home by fireplace; used in 1966 Thresher, p. 43
    Date: 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0127



    Description: Vernon H. Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966. The sculpture on the desk is by Paul Friesen, titled "The Singleness of the Eye." See 2007-0152 for a slightly different pose.
    Date: ca. 1960
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 15 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0128



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966; used in 1961 Thresher, p. 19; used in Bethel College Bulletin, May 1, 1964, p. 2
    Date: 1961
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 5.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0129



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966; used in Bethel College Bulletin, March 1960
    Date: 1960
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Renee Studio, Newton, Kansas


    2008-0130



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, seated at his desk
    Date: ca. 1960
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 12 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0131



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, seated at his desk
    Date: ca. 1960
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 12 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0132



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, seated at his desk; used in 1967 Thresher, p. 5
    Date: 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 20 x 25 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0133



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, seated at his desk; used in Collegian, Dec. 13, 1966, p. 4
    Date: 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 11.5 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Elwood Friesen


    2008-0134



    Description: Vernon Neufeld (1920-2008), president of Bethel College 1960-1966, seated at his desk; used in Collegian, Dec. 13, 1966, p. 4
    Date: 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Neufeld
    Original size: 11.5 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Elwood Friesen


    2008-0135



    Description: Darlington school children and teachers (there is a cleaner copy of this photo at 2003-0085)
    Darlington group picture 1886-1887 (taken in 1887)
    (One original source for these names is in the H. R. Voth papers (MS.21, box 14, copy book 2, pp. 694-695). Voth's numbering did not quite match the copy of the photo with red numbers written in; Voth numbered people in rows strictly from left to right, where the photo goes left to right, then right to left. There is a second list (source unknown) that mostly matches Voth's, but also matches the photo's system of numbering. The "I" and "me" references in some descriptions refer to Voth. Note that there are two versions of this photo—one with the dog at left sitting and one standing.)


    First row (back)

    1. Willie Warren (half Cheyenne, half Mexican)
    2. Della Haury (in dark clothing, Arapahoe) [or Woxie Haury Suderman]
    3. Emilie [or Amelia] Clark (in light clothing, 1/4 white 3/4 Cheyenne, daughter of the military interpreter)
    4. Maggie Leonard (in dark clothing, half white half Caddo, was in Kansas last year)
    5. a Cheyenne girl who was in our school only one day [Laura]
    6. Susanna Rowlodge (Arapaho, presently chair of the literary society of our children)
    7. Sister Maria Lehrman
    8. Mrs. Barbara Baer Voth
    9. Frieda Edna Voth
    10. H. R. Voth
    11. Selma Voth [Red Face] (Arapaho, she is sickly)
    12, Sister Dinah Lugenbühl
    13. Sister K. Richert [Susie Richert]
    14. Nancy Rash [or Ruth?] (Arapaho, nearly blind, an orphan)
    15. Sarah Black Bear (Arapaho, parents in Seger's colony)
    16. Mollie Candy [or Kendy?]
    17. Annie Poisal [?] (1/4 white 3/4 Arapaho, orphan, see the Kinderbote of July [1887])
    18. Mary Murphy (Arapaho)
    19. Georg [or Adolph] Curtis (half white half Sioux, now in Halstead, brother of Mollie Hauser #29)

    Second Row

    20. Minnie Johnson (half white half Cheyenne)
    21. Lydia Deaf (Arapaho)
    22. Ella Butts (half white half Cheyenne)
    23. Mary Poisal (Annie Poisal's sister #17)
    24. Gertie Poisal (Annie Poisal's cousin)
    25. Ottilie Spotted Bear (Arapaho)
    26. Clara Ridge Bear (Arapaho)

    Third Row

    27. Tom Levi (half white half Arapaho, since 10 May in Halstead)
    28. Mattie Block (half white (Jewish) half Cheyenne)
    29. Mandy [or Maudie] Hauser (1/4 Sioux 1/4 white 1/2 Cheyenne, daughter of Mollie Hauser whose little Emil died in the fire of our mission house)
    30. Lena Smith (Arapaho, sister of the above)
    31. Hattie Smith (Arapaho, I brought her brother Robert recently from Halstead)
    32. Rosa Old Camp (half Arapaho. half Cheyenne)
    33. Marianna North (1/4 white 3/4 Arapaho) [or Mary Poisal]
    34. Julia Lizard (has an aching head, parents in Seger's colony, Arapaho)
    35. Geo. Curtis (behind the above, half white half Caddo, since 10 May in Halstead)
    36. John Pedro (Arapaho. (I think 1/4 Mexican) (behind Brother Schmidt)


    Fourth Row

    37. Brother J. H. Schmidt
    38. Otto Husst [or Hunt] (Arapaho, has the Newfoundland dog with him)
    39. Charlie Old Horse (Arapaho, has both hands on his knees)
    40. Johnny Black (Arapaho)
    41. Grover Cleveland (half Arapaho, half Cheyenne)
    42. Henry Meagher (1/8 Arapaho 7/8 white)
    43. Henry Rowlodge (brother of #6, Arapaho)
    44. Johnny Curtis (brother of #19)
    45. Eddy Shields (1/8 Arapaho 7/8 white)
    46. Clarence Black (brother of #40)
    47. Jessie Curtis (1/4 Sioux 1/4 white 1/2 Cheyenne, presently sick at home)
    48. Josie Poisal (brother of 17 and 23, see Nachrichten 1887 No. 6)
    49. Brother Abraham B. Nace
    50. Max Miller (half white half Arapaho, weak eyes)
    51. Peter Antelope (I brought his brother Henry home from Halstead sick recently)

    Fifth Row

    52. Harry Nace (Debets nephew, Debets mother gave me the child shortly before she died)
    53. Danny Ridge Bear [or Rich Bear] (half Arapaho half Cheyenne)
    54. Joseph Trampe [or Tremp] (half white (French) half Cheyenne)
    55. Harry Hauser [or Shortteeth] (brother of #29)
    56. Emil Black [or Roman Nose] (half Arapaho half Cheyenne [?])
    57. Frank Johnson (brother of #20)
    58. Jim. Pedro (brother of #36)


    Date: ca. 1886-1887
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission activities - Darlington
    Original size: 18.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0136



    Description: Waldo Wedel
    Date: ca. 1965
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Wedel
    Original size: 16.5 x 24 cm
    Source: Smithsonian Institution; Bethel College News Service, 1997
    Photographer:


    2008-0137



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ); used in 1942 Graymaroon, p. 41
    Date: 1942
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 6 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0138



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ); used in 1947 Graymaroon, p. 42
    Date: 1947
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 4.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0139



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- )
    Date: CIR 2000?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Orville L. Voth, 2005
    Photographer:


    2008-0140



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), Bethel College president; used in 1968 Thresher, p. 104; used in Campus, Congregation and Community (1997), p. 91
    Date: 1968
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0141



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), Bethel College president
    Date: 1968
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0142



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), Bethel College president
    Date: 1968
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - TUV
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0143



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), Bethel College president; used in 1971 Thresher, p. 14
    Date: 1968
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - TUV
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0144



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), Bethel College president; used in 1971 Thresher, p. 14
    Date: 1967
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 20 x 24.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Schmidt Studio, Goessel, Kansas


    2008-0145



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), Bethel College president
    Date: 1967
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 5.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Schmidt Studio, Goessel, Kansas


    2008-0146



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), Bethel College president
    Date: 1967
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 9.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0147



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), president of Bethel College 1966-1971, at desk in Bethel Administration Building
    Date: ca. 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 12.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0148



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), president of Bethel College 1966-1971, at desk in Bethel Administration Building
    Date: ca. 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 12.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0149



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- )
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 5.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0150



    Description: Orville L. Voth (1924- ), president of Bethel College 1966-1971; used in Bethel College Bulletin, September 1966, p. 1; used in Bethel College Bulletin, October 1987, p. 1
    Date: ca. 196g
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Voth
    Original size: 19.5 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0151



    Description: aerial view/map of Newton, Kansas, looking toward the northwest; drawn by D. D. Morse; Lott & Zeuch Lith. Chicago
    Date: 1878
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Maps - United States - Kansas - Harvey County - Newton
    Original size: 45 x 38 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0152



    Description: Members of Mennonite Biblical Seminary board; see The Mennonite, March 23, 1954; Mennonite Publication Office cut #10519
    Date: 1954
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 16.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0153



    Description: Seminary campus view in winter
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 11.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0154



    Description: Seminary campus view
    Date: May 1971
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS
    Original size: 17 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0155



    Description: Pen and ink drawing of detail of the Administration Building; used on front cover of Bethel College Bulletin, July 15, 1941; Who was the artist?
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 1 - Exterior - Detail of 'Bethel College'
    Original size: 11.5 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0156



    Description: winter scene of Administration Building entrance; used in 1944 Graymaroon p. 5; used in 1946 Graymaroon p. 5; used in Collegian, 19 December 1947 p. 3
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 1 - Exterior - Detail of 'Bethel College'
    Original size: 19 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0157



    Description: front view of Administration Building; is that Keith Sprunger's bicycle?; on the back it says "Paul Reimer 1983," was he the photographer?
    Date: 1983?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 2 - Exterior - Detail of front entrance
    Original size: 24 x 15.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2008-0158



    Description: two people climbing the flag pole on top of Administration Building; postcard
    Date: ca. 1896
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 1 - Exterior - Detail of 'Bethel College'
    Original size: 5.5 x 10 cm
    Source: Martha M. (Friesen) Graber, 1985
    Photographer:


    2008-0159



    Description: Administration Building
    Date: ca. 1945?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 2 - Exterior - Detail of front entrance
    Original size: 5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0160



    Description: Administration Building
    Date: 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 2 - Exterior - Detail of front entrance
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 2004
    Photographer:


    2008-0161



    Description: Administration Building
    Date: 2000
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 2 - Exterior - Detail of front entrance
    Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 2004
    Photographer:


    2008-0162



    Description: Administration Building, roof line of the back of the building
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 2a - Exterior - Detail - miscellaneous
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2008-0163



    Description: Administration Building, night view
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 3 - Exterior - Detail - night
    Original size: 10 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0164



    Description: Administration Building, night view; used in 1971 Thresher p. 3
    Date: 1970
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 3 - Exterior - Detail - night
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0165



    Description: art exhibit in Administration Building
    Date: ca. 1900?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 26 - Interior - art room
    Original size: 11.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0166



    Description: Administration Building chapel; handwritten on back "New organ at Bethel"
    Date: ca. 1900?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Organs
    Original size: 12.5 x 10 cm
    Source: Keith Glentzer, 2006
    Photographer:


    2008-0167



    Description: Administration Building chapel with very elaborate display of Bethel pennants
    Date: ca. 1910?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 27 - Interior - chapel
    Original size: 11.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: S. S. Haury album
    Photographer:


    2008-0168



    Description: Administration Building chapel, facing south; from an undated Newton issue of Western Journal of Commerce; original scans in elecrec/acc162
    Date: ca. 1902
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 27 - Interior - chapel
    Original size: 11.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0169



    Description: Administration Building chapel, with U. S. and "Christian" flags displayed; used in The Mennonite, 16 March 1943 p. 6; used in Keith Sprunger, Campus, Congregation and Community (1997) p. 55
    Date: ca. 1940
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 27 - Interior - chapel
    Original size: 10 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0170



    Description: Administration Building library; postcard; used in 1911 Echoes; persons standing, left to right, Henry F. Unruh, Ernest L. Harms, Daniel D. Penner, Heinrich H. Banman, John E. Linscheid; seated, Margaretha Jantzen, Luella Krehbiel, Elizabeth Goertz, Mary Regier, Menno Galle, Isaac J. Dick, Peter J. Boehr, J. John Friesen, Gerhard Vogt, Walter M. Dettweiler?
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 29 - Interior - library
    Original size: 17 x 9 cm
    Source: Adelia (Klassen) Frey, 1994
    Photographer:


    2008-0171



    Description: Administration Building literary hall, looking north; large U. S. flag displayed; used in 1908 Echoes
    Date: ca. 1907
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 30 - Interior - literary hall
    Original size: 10 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0172



    Description: Administration Building southeast stairway
    Date: 25 March 1996
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Ad Building - 31 - Interior - miscellaneous
    Original size: 16 x 23 cm
    Source: Stuart Pankratz, 1996
    Photographer: Stu Pankratz, Lansing, Michigan


    2008-0173



    Description: Bullthunder and wife, Arapaho chief; postcard; see 2008-0174 for back
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Hodson


    2008-0173

    No thumbnail image

    Description: Bullthunder and wife, Arapaho chief; postcard; see 2008-0174 for back
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Hodson


    2008-0174



    Description: postcard from Hillegonda van der Smissen, Cantonment, Oklahoma, to Edna van der Smissen (niece?), Summerfield, Illinois; front of card shows Bullthunder and wife, Arapaho chief; postcard; see 2008-0173
    Date: 11 July 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0175



    Description: Bullthunder and wife, Arapaho chief; postcard; slightly different pose than 2008-0173
    Date: ca. 1910
    Location: Oklahoma
    MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
    Original size: 9 x 14 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Hodson


    2008-0176



    Description: Annie Poisel (or Poisal), from Oklahoma, baptized at Halstead
    Date: ca. 1892?
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Poisal
    Original size: 3.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0177



    Description: Teachers of the Witmarsum Zentralschule; on porch left to right, D. Enns, Johannes Janzen, Alexander Rosenfeld, J. Schellenberg, K. Janzen, P. Klassen; bottom left to right, Hans Klassen, K. Funk, Hans Janzen; used in John D. Thiesen, Mennonite and Nazi? (1999), p. 56
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Witmarsum, Santa Catarina, Brazil
    MLA filing: Brazil - Witmarsum, Santa Catarina
    Original size: 8 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2008-0178



    Description: Hans Klassen (which one?)
    Date: 6 June 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Klassen
    Original size: 4.5 x 7 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection
    Photographer:


    2009-0001



    Description: unidentified building site; on the back is handwritten "July 31" but I don't think that means 1931; the photo looks older than 1931
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified buildings
    Original size: 10 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0002



    Description: Hospital under construction, entrance from the north; used in John D. Thiesen, Mennonite and Nazi?, p. 149
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: Primavera colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Primavera colony
    Original size: 12 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0003



    Description: MCC workers Vernon and Sara Schmidt in front of their house; Christmas postcard; used in John D. Thiesen, Mennonite and Nazi?, p. 148
    Date: December 1944?
    Location: Fernheim colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fernheim colony
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0004



    Description: " 'Centralschule', Fernheim, Paraguay. School has screens but no glass windows. Note 'bottle' tree between two buildings."; handwritten caption on mounting beneath photo; #8 in H. A. Fast photo set; used in John D. Thiesen, Mennonite and Nazi?, p. 126
    Date: 1939
    Location: Fernheim colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fast, Henry A. - 1939 MCC trip
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Henry A. Fast


    2009-0005



    Description: Found in a file labeled "Bernhard Warkentin Mill" but it does not appear to be Newton or Halstead
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous buildings
    Original size: 8 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2009-0006



    Description: Found in a file labeled "Bernhard Warkentin Mill" but it does not appear to be Newton or Halstead
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous buildings
    Original size: 8 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2009-0007



    Description: Found in a file labeled "Bernhard Warkentin Mill" but it does not appear to be Newton or Halstead
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous buildings
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2009-0008



    Description: Found in a file labeled "Bernhard Warkentin Mill" but it does not appear to be Newton or Halstead
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous buildings
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2009-0009



    Description: Found in a file labeled "Bernhard Warkentin Mill" but it does not appear to be Newton or Halstead
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous buildings
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Cornelius Krahn collection, 1983
    Photographer:


    2009-0010



    Description: unidentified barns, probably in Europe
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous buildings
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source: Emry A. Ruth, 1993
    Photographer:


    2009-0011



    Description: unidentified farm scene; the date on the car tag is not readable; see 2009-0012 for a detail of the people in the photo; this is one of five photos mounted on very heavy cardboard that seem to be related to each other; the others are 2003-0024, 2009-0013, 2009-0014, 2009-0015
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous scenes
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0012



    Description: detail of people in 2009-0011; unidentified farm scene; the date on the car tag is not readable; this is one of five photos mounted on very heavy cardboard that seem to be related to each other; the others are 2003-0024, 2009-0013, 2009-0014, 2009-0015
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous scenes
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0013



    Description: unidentified farm scene; the date on the car tag is not readable; this is one of five photos mounted on very heavy cardboard that seem to be related to each other; the others are 2003-0024, 2009-0011, 2009-0012 (detail of 2009-0011), 2009-0014, 2009-0015
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous scenes
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0014



    Description: unidentified farm scene; the date on the car tag is not readable; this is one of five photos mounted on very heavy cardboard that seem to be related to each other; the others are 2003-0024, 2009-0011, 2009-0012 (detail of 2009-0011), 2009-0013, 2009-0015
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous scenes
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0015



    Description: unidentified farm scene; the date on the car tag is not readable; this is one of five photos mounted on very heavy cardboard that seem to be related to each other; the others are 2003-0024, 2009-0011, 2009-0012 (detail of 2009-0011), 2009-0013, 2009-0014
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Unidentified - Miscellaneous scenes
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0016



    Description: earliest Bethel College band, probably the group known as the "Cornet Band"; used in 1917 Graymaroon p. 99 where it is captioned "The First Band 1899-1909"; back row, standing, left to right, Arthur O. Haury, John E. Wirkler, Christian C. Eymann, Herman D. Schroeder, Willard Goertz (or Robert Goerz), David Buhler; middle row, Benjamin H. Kuehny, Andreas J. or Raymond C. Voran, Daniel E. Eymann, Edward B. Krehbiel, Rudolph Goerz, John H. Epp, Henry Enns; front row, Jacob H. Enns, Orlando? Goerz, Jacob W. Dirks
    Date: 1900?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Instrumental - Band - Prior to 1966
    Original size: 19 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0017



    Description: Photo is labeled "moving the seminary" but it looks more like some kind of grounds work
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana?
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0018



    Description: AMBS administrative committee; left to right, Erland Waltner, Samuel F. Pannabecker, Harold S. Bender, Paul Mininger
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana?
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Robert S. Kreider, 1985
    Photographer:


    2009-0019



    Description: combined faculties of Mennonite Biblical Seminary and Goshen Biblical Seminary; seated left to right, ?, Howard Charles, J. Lawrence Burkholder, C. Norman Kraus, John C. Wenger, Erland Waltner, Samuel F. Pannabecker, Paul Minninger, Harold S. Bender; standing left to right, Jacob J. Enz, Magdalen Friesen, ?, John Mosemann, Paul Miller
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana?
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0020



    Description: combined faculties of Mennonite Biblical Seminary and Goshen Biblical Seminary; seated left to right, John C. Wenger, Howard Charles, Esther Weber, Harold S. Bender, Erland Waltner, Magdalen Friesen, Samuel F. Pannabecker, Cornelius J. Dyck; standing left to right, Paul Miller, C. Norman Kraus, J. Lawrence Burkholder, Jacob J. Enz, Marvin Dirks, William Klassen, Andrew R. Shelly
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana?
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0021



    Description: construction at AMBS; left to right, Samuel F. Pannabecker, president; Magdalen Friesen, librarian; Jesse N. Smucker, vice-chairman of the board; Olin Krehbiel, board member; Elmer Baumgartner, board member; Orus Eash, architect; Henry Kunak, contractor; Harry Martens, special assistant to the president; Robert L. Hartzler, secretary of the board; used in Der Bote, Nov. 27, 1957, p. 3
    Date: 1957?
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 15.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0022



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary board; left to right: J. Herbert Fretz, Harry Martens, Elmer Baumgartner?, Amos E. Kreider, Willard K. Claassen, Elmer Ediger, Olin A. Krehbiel, Erland Waltner, ?, John Wichert, Edmund G. Kaufman, James Reusser?, ?
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana?
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: Robert S. Kreider, 1997
    Photographer:


    2009-0023



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary grounds, 4614 Woodlawn Avenue
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 11 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0024



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary grounds; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0025



    Description: officers and board of Mennonite Biblical Seminary signing agreement to create Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries; seated left to right, Jesse N. Smucker, board vice president; Robert L. Hartzler, board secretary; A. S. Rosenberger, board president; Elmer Baumgartner, treasurer; Erland Waltner, seminary president; Olin Krehbiel; standing left to right, Arnold Nickel, William Keeney, Amos E. Kreider, Willard Claassen, John Wichert, J. Herbert Fretz, Earl Salzman; used in Der Bote, Nov. 26, 1958, p. 1
    Date: 1958
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana?
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0026



    Description: Bethany Biblical Seminary chapel
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 11.5 x 17 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, 1990
    Photographer:


    2009-0027



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary, 4614 South Woodlawn; photo has "Mrs. C. E. Krehbiel" written on the back
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 5 x 6 cm
    Source: Florence (Krehbiel) Huffman collection, 1985
    Photographer:


    2009-0028



    Description: library at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries
    Date: 1962?
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 12 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Willard Claassen


    2009-0029



    Description: library at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries
    Date: 1962?
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 12 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Willard Claassen


    2009-0030



    Description: library at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 18 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0031



    Description: Goshen Biblical Seminary
    Date:
    Location: Goshen, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0032



    Description: Otto Dirks?, library of Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 12 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Willard Claassen


    2009-0033



    Description: faculty and administration?, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0034



    Description: Howard Charles teaching, Goshen Biblical Seminary; used in Mennonite Life, April 1959, p. 70
    Date: 1958?
    Location: Goshen, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0035



    Description: seminary class; photo is hand lableled on the back "Goshen Biblical Seminary" but the room looks more like AMBS
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0036



    Description: "Dutch Professor Opens Seminary. J. A. Oosterbaan described the tension between philosophy and theology in an address to the student bodies and faculties of the Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries on September 17 [1962]. Oosterbaan is professor at the Amsterdam Mennonite Seminary and at the University of Amsterdam. He said that theology finds truth in Jesus Christ. Members of the Associated Seminaries are Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Ind., and Goshen College Biblical Seminary, Goshen, Ind. Also taking part in the opening services were, Paul Mininger, Goshen president; S. F. Pannabecker and Erland Waltner, dean and president of Mennonite Biblical Seminary; and Harold S. Bender, Goshen dean. Bender died four days later on Sept. 21."; used in The Mennonite, Oct. 9, 1962, p. 649. In the Goshen seminary chapel.
    Date: Sept. 17, 1962
    Location: Goshen, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0037



    Description: Canadian students at Mennonite Biblical Seminary; used in Der Bote, Oct. 23, 1957, p. 5; standing left to right, Herman Walde, Kindersley, Saskatchewan; George Janzen, Mission City, British Columbia; Henry Epp, Waterloo, Ontario; Paul Boschman, Petaigan, Saskatchewan; Nicholas Dick, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario; Arthur Dick, Waterloo, Ontario; William Block, Steinbach, Manitoba;
    seated left to right, Alice Walde, Kindersley, Saskatchewan; Mary Epp, Hanley, Saskatchewan; Mary Epp, Waterloo, Ontario; LaVerne Boschman, Petaigan, Saskatchewan; Harried Dick, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario; Eleanor Dick, Waterloo, Ontario; Delores Block, Steinbach, Manitoba; Violet Friesen, Steinbach, Manitoba.
    "Von dieser Gruppe haben sich zehn als Studenten für die ganze Zeit oder auch für einen Teil der Zeit einschreiben lassen. Henry Epp und Paul Boschman sind bereits einen Termin in Paraguay bezw. in Japan tätig gewesen und sind heimgekehrt, um ihre Arbeit zu vervollständigen."
    Date: 1957
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 15.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0038



    Description: Canadian students at Mennonite Biblical Seminary; used in Der Bote, Oct. 232 1958, p. 1; front row left to right, Nicholas W. Dick, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario; William Block, Steinbach, Manitoba; William Krüger, Dalmeny, Saskatchewan; Peter Kehler, Abbotsford, British Columbia; George M. Janzen, Dominion City, Manitoba.
    Second row, left to right, Cornelia Lehn, Sardis, British Columbia; Harriet Dick, Bluffton, Ohio; Mrs. Delores Block, Steinbach, Manitoba; Mrs. Helen Krüger, Saskatoon-Dalmeny, Saskatchewan; Mrs. Lydia Kehler, Foam Lake, Saskatchewan; Mrs. George M. Janzen, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario; Martha Giesbrecht, Waldheim, Saskatchewan.
    Third row left to right, Hedy Sawadsky, Vineland, Ontario; Mrs. Mary Walde, Kindersley, Saskatchewan; Mrs. Ruth Vogt, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Mrs. Mary Friesen, Sperling, Manitoba; Mrs. Elizabeth Epp, Abbotsford, British Columbia; Catherine Snyder, Guelph, Ontario; George E. Janzen, Mission City, British Columbia.
    Back row left to right, Herman Walde, Kindersley, Saskatchewan; Reinhart Vogt, Steinbach, Manitoba; John R. Friesen, Winkler, Manitoba; Bruno Epp, Clearbrook, British Columbia.
    Date: 1958
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0039



    Description: Missionaries and missionary candidates attending Mennonite Biblical Seminary in 1958-59; standing left to right, Herman Walde, Sarah Dyck, Peter Kehler, Martha Giesbrecht, Bruno Epp; seated left to right, Mary Alice Walde, Lydia Kehler, Elizabeth Epp
    Date: 1958?
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0040



    Description: Central Conference leaders in front of the Stuckey Memorial Library at Mennonite Biblical Seminary; left to right, ?, Harry Yoder, Robert Hartzler, R. L. Hartzler
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0041



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; on the back it is labeled "soliciting funds for church building"
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0042



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; baking in seminary apartments
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 17.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0043



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; Henry Poettcker, seminary student, making furniture in the basement workshop
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0044



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; a tea; left to right, ?, Hedy Sawadsky?, ?, Cornelia Lehn, Bertha (Fast) Harder (back), Winifred (Schlosser) Waltner
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0045



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; group of students, left to right, ?, Hedy Sawadsky, Cornelia Lehn, Virginia Claassen' Lehn is reading the July 1958 issue of Mennonite Life
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0046



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; group of students eating, left to right, ?, Hedy Sawadsky, ?, ?, ?
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0047



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; retreat at Camp Friedenswald; William Kruger leading singing
    Date: 1958
    Location: Cassopolis, Michigan
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0048



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; group of students in opera "Benjamin Grede"[?]
    Date: December 1963
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0049



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; retreat at Camp Friedenswald
    Date: 1958?
    Location: Cassopolis, Michigan
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0050



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; retreat at Camp Friedenswald
    Date: 1959
    Location: Cassopolis, Michigan
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0051



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; retreat at Camp Friedenswald
    Date: Oct. 27, 1959
    Location: Cassopolis, Michigan
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0052



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary; Christmas dinner?; left to right, Harris Waltner, Sarah Mae Wiens, ?, Leona Cressman, O'Ray Graber, Elaine Waltner, ?, Leland Harder, Mrs. Levi Koehn (Lillian Ratzlaff), Levi Koehn, ?, Delbert Schrag, Lorraine Galle, Rupert Hohmann, ?, Leo Miller, Edith Claassen, John Sommer, Bertha Fast, Helmut Dyck, Iris Hostetter, Frieda Claassen; identifications by Leland and Bertha Harder and Rupert Hohmann 1995
    Date: December 1950
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 12.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0053



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary building on Woodlawn
    Date:
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 10 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0054



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary building at 4642-46 Woodlawn; used in Der Bote, Feb. 26, 1958, p. 5, with a text about the building having been sold in preparation for the move to Elkhart, Indiana
    Date: 1958?
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0055



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary board approving plans for new seminary buildings in Elkhart, Indiana; used in Der Bote, June 12, 1957, p. 5; seated left to right, S. F. Pannabecker, president of the seminary; Orus Easch, architect; A. S. Rosenberger, president of board; standing left to right, Andrew R. Shelly, Amos E. Kreider, Marvin Dirks, Erland Waltner, Elmer Baumgartner, Jacob J. Enz, Earl Salzman, Olin Krehbiel, Ed G. Kaufman, Willard Claassen, Harry Martens, Robert L. Hartzler, Jesse N. Smucker
    Date: 1957
    Location:
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 22.5 x 13.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0056



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary unidentified group; back row left to right, 1-Roger Siebert, 2-Henry W. Goossen, 3-Don Steelberg, 6-Jake Harms, 9-Malcolm Wenger, 12-J. Herbert Fretz, 15-Milton Harder; middle row left to right, 3-Robert?, 10-Willis Busenitz, 11-Virgil Gerig, 12-Louis Goertz, 13-Donald Kaufman; front row left to right, 1-Gary Schrag, 3-Dietrich Rempel, 4-Kenneth Rupp, 5-Myron Schrag, 8-Esko W. Loewen, 9-Lamont Woelk, 10-James R. Mohr, 14-David Habegger (others unidentified)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 24 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0057



    Description: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries library
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0058



    Description: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries library; used in The Mennonite, Feb. 13, 1962, p. 97 (front cover)
    Date: 1961?
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 19.5 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Willard Claassen


    2009-0059



    Description: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries library
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 19.5 x 20 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Willard Claassen


    2009-0060



    Description: Mennonite Biblical Seminary men's choir; used in The Mennonite, Mar. 9, 1954, p. 145 (front cover); left to right, Earl Roth (or James Gingerich?), Herman Tan, Menno Ediger, Peter Ediger, William Gering, Walter Neufeld, Milton Harder, Eldo Neufeld, Floyd Bartel?, ?, Marvin Dirks, Leo Miller, Calvin Flickinger, John Gaeddert, Norman Bergen, William Keeney?, Ralph Weber, Malcolm Wenger, Norman Dalke
    Date: 1954?
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0061



    Description: combined student bodies and faculties of Goshen Biblical Seminary and Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Date:
    Location: Elkhart, Indiana
    MLA filing: Colleges - AMBS, Elkhart, IN
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0062



    Description: Beatrice (Rosenthal) Buller; instructor in French and English 1952-1955 at Bethel College; used in 1954 Graymaroon, p. 9
    Date: 1954
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Buller
    Original size: 6.5 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0063



    Description: Bethel College choir; used in 1934 Graymaroon, p. 40; front row, left to right, John Schroeder, ?, Olga Reimer, Ella Ediger, Anna Andrew, Martha Penner, Luella Smith, Ann Voth, Linda Kaufman, Floyd Roberts, Verna Kaufman, Walter H. Hohmann
    2nd row, left to right, Terrence Burns, Elmer Goering, Lucille Hupp, Velma Martens, Vera Warkentine, Gustie Plett, Mildred Krehbiel, Linda Brown, Irvin Schmidt, Arnold Buhler
    3rd row, left to right, Earl Unruh, Erwin Goering, Elizabeth Wiebe, ?, ?, ?, Florence Froese, ?, Willard Schmidt, Marvin Dirks
    4th rown, left to right, Wilson Rupp, Ted Pankratz, Mildred Hostetler, Hilda Haury, Ruby Nitengale, Bonita Sharp, Helen Buser, Herb Miller, Willard Claassen, ?
    back row, left to right, Giles Elmare, David Suderman, Louis Alderton, Sue Unruh, Linda Mueller, John Krehbiel, Peter R. Kaufman, Walt Loewen, Ray Stucky
    Date: 1933
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir - 1925, 1930s
    Original size: 24 x 18.5 cm
    Source: Rupert Hohmann, 1991
    Photographer: Ralph H. Snyder, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


    2009-0064



    Description: Bethel College vocal ensemble; left to right, Elvera Voth, Joan Banman, Glen Goering, LaVera Schrag, James Waltner, Lenore Pankratz, Harvey Hiebert, Norma Jean Voran, Marles Preheim, Florine Voran
    Date: 1953
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Madrigals 1954-59
    Original size: 17.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0065



    Description: David H. Suderman, Bethel College music professor
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - S
    Original size: 9 x 10 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2009-0066



    Description: Walter Jost, Bethel College music professor; used in 1970 Thresher, p. 29
    Date: 1969
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - H-I-J
    Original size: 4.5 x 7 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer:


    2009-0067



    Description: Marles Preheim, Bethel College music professor
    Date: January 1980
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/staff - Individuals - Preheim, Marles
    Original size: 11.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Bethel College News Service, 1998
    Photographer: Jim Harder


    2009-0068



    Description: Gordon Corwin, assistant professor of music at Bethel College; used in 1960 Graymaroon, p. 10
    Date: 1959
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Corwin
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0069



    Description: James W. Bixel, professor of music at Bethel College; used in 1959 Graymaroon, p. 6
    Date: 1958
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Bixel
    Original size: 5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0070



    Description: left to right, Emil W. Haury, Edgar F. Schowalter, Willard A. Haury; in front of Carnegie Hall, Bethel College campus
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0071



    Description: Emil W. Haury (1904-1992)
    Date: 1906
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0072



    Description: left to right, Irvin A. Haury, Gustav A. Haury Jr., Emil W. Haury (front), Clara (Ruth) Haury, Gustav A. Haury Sr., Alfred C. Haury (front); postcard to Clara's cousin, see 2009-0073 for back
    Date: 1912
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0073



    Description: back of postcard 2009-0072; left to right, Irvin A. Haury, Gustav A. Haury Jr., Emil W. Haury (front), Clara (Ruth) Haury, Gustav A. Haury Sr., Alfred C. Haury (front); postcard to Clara's cousin
    Date: 1912
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0074



    Description: back, left to right, Alfred C. Haury, Gustav A. Haury Jr., Cora M. (Molzen) Haury (widow of Irivn A. Haury); front, left to right, Clara K. (Ruth) Haury, Emil W. Haury, Gustav A. Haury Sr.
    Date: 1918
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source: Mary A. Haury collection, 1983
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2009-0075



    Description: family around Christmas tree; left to right (clockwise), Emil W. Haury, Clara (Ruth) Haury, Gustav A. Haury Jr., Irvin A. Haury, Gustav A. Haury Sr., Alfred C. Haury; postcard
    Date: ca. 1911
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: Adelia (Klassen) Frey, 1994
    Photographer:


    2009-0076



    Description: Heinrich D. Penner family; left to right, Heinrich D. Penner, Katharine (Dalke) Penner, Rachel Rebecca Penner, Anna Gertrude Penner, Daniel David Penner, Christine Cathrine Penner, Clara Louise Penner, Ernest Walter Penner, Albert Hirschler Penner, Linda Ella Penner, Ruth Viola Penner, Waldo Henry Penner, Hulda Esther Penner, Verna Lorena Penner; postcard
    Date: 1911
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Penner
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0077



    Description: Gustav A. Haury Sr. and Clara (Ruth) Haury reading outdoors, with dog
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Ronald A. Krehbiel, 1996
    Photographer:


    2009-0078



    Description: Gustav A. Haury Sr.
    Date:
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source: Mary A. Haury collection, 1983
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2009-0079



    Description: Gustav A. Haury Sr. and Clara (Ruth) Haury; used in Mennonite Life, December 1984, p. 20
    Date:
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source: Elizabeth (Koller) Krehbiel, 1991
    Photographer: Tripp, Newton, Kansas


    2009-0080



    Description: Gustav A. Haury Sr. and Clara (Ruth) Haury; used in David Haury, Prairie People, p. 99; used in Keith Sprunger, Campus, Congregation and Community, p. 22
    Date:
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Personal - Haury
    Original size: 11 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Tripp, Newton, Kansas


    2009-0081



    Description: Ellerwald Mennonite Church; used in Mennonite Life, July 1948, p. 11; used in Mennonite Life, June 1988, p. 15
    Date: 1947
    Location: Ellerwald, West Prussia
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Elbing/Ellerwald
    Original size: 8.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Wilson Hunsberger


    2009-0082



    Description: Looking to the city center of Elbing from the site of the Mennonite church; used in Mennonite Life, January 1959, p. 27
    Date:
    Location: Elblag, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Elbing/Ellerwald
    Original size: 12.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Mennonite Central Committee
    Photographer:


    2009-0083



    Description: Ellerwald Mennonite cemetery; used in Mennonite Life, January 1959, p. 25
    Date:
    Location: Elblag, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Elbing/Ellerwald
    Original size: 12 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0084



    Description: former Mennonite church in Elbing, later used as a "Polish National Church"; used in Mennonite Life, January 1959, p. 26
    Date:
    Location: Elblag, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Elbing/Ellerwald
    Original size: 12.5 x 12.5 cm
    Source: Mennonite Central Committee
    Photographer:


    2009-0085



    Description: Elbing-Ellerwald Mennonite church; postcard
    Date:
    Location: Elblag, Poland
    MLA filing: Germany - Churches - Prussia - Elbing/Ellerwald
    Original size: 10.5 x 14.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Reinhold Kühn, Elbing


    2009-0086



    Description: Bethel College Ladies Glee Club; used in 1911 Echoes; left to right, upper row, Laura Harms, Zetta Merrel, Mary M. Regier, Helen Isaac, Elizabeth Boehr, Ella Haury, Sara Balzer, Anna Penner, Elizabeth Goertz, Elizabeth Lohrenz, Kathryn Gaeddert, Elva Krehbiel
    lower row, Elizabeth Wiebe, Lydia Garber, Alice Martin, Clara Schmidt, Agatha Wiebe, Emma Ruth, Edith Kaegi, Mabel Kaegi, Susie Haury, Gertrude Wiebe, Meta Tangeman
    Date: 1910
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Glee Club - Ladies
    Original size: 23.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source: Herbert D. Penner, 2005
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2009-0087



    Description: Bethel College Men's Glee Club; used in 1915 Graymaroon, p. 73; upper row, A. D. Schmutz, E. Regier, I. Haury, A. G. Isaac, L. J. Horsch, E. W. Penner, A. Habegger
    lower row, A. Langenwalter, P. G. Baumgartner, W. H. Hohmann, W. A. Schroeder, M. Nickel, G. Gaeddert
    Date: 1915
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Glee Club - Men's
    Original size: 24.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2009-0088



    Description: Bethel College choir that went on European tour in June-July 1952; used in 1953 Graymaroon, p. 94
    Date: 1952
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir - Tour - 1952
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0089



    Description: Bethel College Chorale; used in 1958 Graymaroon, p. 62; top to bottom, left to right, Paul Gross, Judy Enns, Dorothy Harms, Eldred Thierstein, Dr. David H. Suderman, Rosalie Voth, Elisabeth Schrag, LaVera Goering, Randall Schmidt, Donald Peters, Janice Schmidt, Betty Schmidt
    Date: 1958
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Madrigals 1954-59
    Original size: 15 x 20.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0090



    Description: Zentralschule
    Date:
    Location: Filadelfia, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Schools
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0091



    Description: River boat Aurora which traveled between Asunción and Rosario, Paraguay; used in John D. Thiesen, Mennonite and Nazi?, p. 75
    Date: 1954?
    Location: Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source: Mennonite Central Committee
    Photographer:


    2009-0092



    Description: railroad travel from Puerto Casado to the Chaco Mennonite colonies; used in John D. Thiesen, Mennonite and Nazi?, p. 76; apparently the original of this photo is at the Mennonite Church USA Archives in Goshen, "Paraguay - Orie O. Miller 1931 P#1300"
    Date: 1931?
    Location: Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 17 x 10 cm
    Source: Muriel T. Stackley, 1995
    Photographer:


    2009-0093



    Description: railroad locomotive in the Chaco; used in Mennonite Life, October 1947, p. 28
    Date:
    Location: Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0094



    Description: colony administration building
    Date:
    Location: Filadelfia, Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fernheim Colony
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0095



    Description: freight wagons coming into Filadelfia from Kilometer 145 on the railroad line
    Date:
    Location: Filadelfia, Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fernheim Colony
    Original size: 16.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0096



    Description: silver wedding of a Neufeld couple; used in Mennonite Life, January 1950, p. 19
    Date: 1930
    Location: Rosenort, Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fernheim Colony
    Original size: 10.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0097



    Description: home of Is. Goerzen, a banana garden is in the back between the houses
    Date:
    Location: Schönau, Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fernheim Colony
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0098



    Description: home of Oberschulze Jakob Siemens
    Date: ca. 1939
    Location: Filadelfia, Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fernheim Colony
    Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
    Source: P. C. Hiebert collection
    Photographer:


    2009-0099



    Description: "Wilhelm Klassen and family in front of thier home, Schoenbrunn, Fernheim Paraguay, teacher in the village school." handwritten caption on mounting beneath photo; #29 in H. A. Fast photo set
    Date: 1939
    Location: Schönbrunn, Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fast, Henry A. - 1939 MCC trip
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Henry A. Fast


    2009-0100



    Description: " 'Koloniesamt' in Philadelphia, Fernheim, Paraguay. Administrative offices and post office on second floor. Large hall on first used for church services as well as for large Colony meetings." handwritten caption on mounting beneath photo; #7 in H. A. Fast photo set
    Date: 1939
    Location: Filadelfia, Fernheim Colony, Paraguay
    MLA filing: Paraguay - Fast, Henry A. - 1939 MCC trip
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Henry A. Fast


    2009-0101



    Description: Bethel College women's varsity volleyball team 1976-77?; standing left to right, Sherri Unruh, Sandy Kaufman, Lori Erb, Rick Harder, Barbara Anderson Graber; kneeling, Annette Stucky, Rhonda Wedel, ?, Margaret Harder; sitting, Barbara Unruh Kirkpatrick, Marcia Kroeker Miller, Cynthia Alexander, Minnie Wiens, Cynthia Habegger
    Date: 1976?
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Women - Varsity - Volleyball
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0102



    Description: Bethel College women's varsity volleyball team 1976-77; left to right, Marcia Kroeker, Cynthia Habegger, Lori Erb, Sandy Kaufman, Cynthia Alexander, Mary Beth Wiens?
    Date: May 13, 1977
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Women - Varsity - Volleyball
    Original size: 15 x 11 cm
    Source: George Rogers, 1992
    Photographer: Jim Harder


    2009-0103



    Description: "Rev. Eash of Chicago, Field Secretary of the mission, traveling by hammock on his visit to the field in 1928."
    Date: 1928
    Location: Zaire?
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0104



    Description: baptism, Kilisto Ugudi (is that the person baptizing or the person being baptized?)
    Date: 7 August 1973
    Location: Zaire?
    MLA filing: Zaire - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 11 x 17 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0105



    Description: "Pastors Kadima, Kazadi, Ngongo, Falango"
    Date:
    Location: Zaire?
    MLA filing: Zaire - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 14.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0106



    Description: Khege Mwataswana and missionary Ben Edse, literature work
    Date:
    Location: Zaire?
    MLA filing: Zaire - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 15 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0107



    Description: "Life for All Evangelism, Nyanga - translation from Lingala to Kipende"; used in Mennonite Life, June 1980, p. 27
    Date:
    Location: Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 9.5 x 6.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0108



    Description: "Native Teachers Conference held at Nyanga Dec. 1929. Nyanga is the place where Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Enns are located. Lent by Missionary Lester Bisel, Panodra, Ohio. V.18.33."
    Date: December 1929
    Location: Zaire
    MLA filing: Zaire - Mission activities
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0109



    Description: John H. Oberholtzer (1809-1895)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Personal - Oberholtzer
    Original size: 18.5 x 24 cm
    Source: Maynard Shelly, 1996
    Photographer:


    2009-0110



    Description: Freeland Seminary, "First school by Mennonites in America, founded about 1847 by Rev. Abraham H. Hunsicker and his son Rev. H. A. Hunsicer, both Mennonite Ministers, Trappe, Pa. This was the foundation or beginning of Ursinus College and Seminary, Collegeville, Pa. The building still stands and is occupied by Mr. & Mrs. Abraham F. Bertolet. Abraham P. Bertolet, an old Mennonite deacon, 81 years of age is lying at the point of death - 3-6-1906. Two years ago, Rev. Naile, a Reformed Minister, died in this house at the age of 101 years."; cyanotype; for back of photo see 2009-0111
    Date: 6 March 1906
    Location: Collegeville, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Schools - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 12 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Mennonite Historical Society - H. R. Voth catalog
    Photographer:


    2009-0111



    Description: back of 2009-0110; Freeland Seminary, "First school by Mennonites in America, founded about 1847 by Rev. Abraham H. Hunsicker and his son Rev. H. A. Hunsicer, both Mennonite Ministers, Trappe, Pa. This was the foundation or beginning of Ursinus College and Seminary, Collegeville, Pa. The building still stands and is occupied by Mr. & Mrs. Abraham F. Bertolet. Abraham P. Bertolet, an old Mennonite deacon, 81 years of age is lying at the point of death - 3-6-1906. Two years ago, Rev. Naile, a Reformed Minister, died in this house at the age of 101 years."; cyanotype
    Date: 6 March 1906
    Location: Collegeville, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Schools - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 12 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Mennonite Historical Society - H. R. Voth catalog
    Photographer:


    2009-0112



    Description: Freeland Seminary
    Date:
    Location: Collegeville, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Schools - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 15.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0113



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Schools - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0114



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 12 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0115



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0116



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church; rubber stamped on the back "G. A. Linscheid"
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0117



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church; rubber stamped on the back "G. A. Linscheid"
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0118



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
    Source: David L. Habegger, 1998
    Photographer:


    2009-0119



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church; 3 unidentified men standing in front; used in Mennonite Life, October 1947, p. 34
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0120



    Description: front door of West Swamp Mennonite Church; 3 unidentified men standing in front
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0121



    Description: interior of West Swamp Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24.5 x 19 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, 1995
    Photographer: Loris A. Habegger


    2009-0122



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0123



    Description: West Swamp Mennonite Church
    Date: 1962
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, 1995
    Photographer: Loris A. Habegger


    2009-0124



    Description: interior of West Swamp Mennonite Church
    Date: 1962
    Location: Quakertown, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, 1995
    Photographer: Loris A. Habegger


    2009-0125



    Description: Lower Skippack Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Skippack, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 10.5 x 7 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0126



    Description: Lower Skippack Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Skippack, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 10.5 x 8 cm
    Source: General Conference Commission on Overseas Missions files, 1993
    Photographer:


    2009-0127



    Description: Lower Skippack Mennonite Church
    Date:
    Location: Skippack, Pennsylvania
    MLA filing: Churches - Pennsylvania
    Original size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0128



    Description: "home of Pauls, Inman, Kansas" is the identification on the back of the photo. It was used in Mennonite Life, July 1953, p. 133, with the caption "First Bethel Mennonite Church building. (now private residence) taken in pioneer days with some members of church." It would be nice to have identifications of the people in the photo.
    Date:
    Location: Inman, Kansas
    MLA filing: Kansas - Inman
    Original size: 24 x 17.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0129



    Description: Map of Darlington, Oklahoma. Although it says "H. Voth" down in the corner, the handwriting does not look like H. R. Voth's. Also, we do not have a key that indicates the meaning of the numbers. Found in MLA vertical file.
    Date:
    Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
    MLA filing: SA.III.279
    Original size: 28 x 21.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0130



    Description: Johann P. Wall (1875-1961), minister among Mennonites in state of Durango, Mexico; calendar in the background seems to indicate the photo was taken on Friday, June 9, 1961; used in Mennonite Life, October 1961, p. 185; see 2009-0131 for back of photo
    Date: June 9, 1961
    Location: Mexico
    MLA filing: Personal - Wall
    Original size: 20 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Ken Hiebert


    2009-0131



    Description: back of 2009-0130; Johann P. Wall (1875-1961), minister among Mennonites in state of Durango, Mexico; calendar in the background seems to indicate the photo was taken on Friday, June 9, 1961; used in Mennonite Life, October 1961, p. 185
    Date: June 9, 1961
    Location: Mexico
    MLA filing: Personal - Wall
    Original size: 20 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Ken Hiebert


    2009-0132



    Description: Mennonite World Conference delegates; see 2009-0133 for back of photo; used in Mennonite Life, June 1978, p. 5; used in Loewen and Nolt, Through Fire and Water, p. 278
    Date: 1925
    Location: Basel, Switzerland
    MLA filing: Conferences - Mennonite World - 1925
    Original size: 16 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0133



    Description: back of 2009-0132; Mennonite World Conference delegates; used in Mennonite Life, June 1978, p. 5; used in Loewen and Nolt, Through Fire and Water, p. 278
    Date: 1925
    Location: Basel, Switzerland
    MLA filing: Conferences - Mennonite World - 1925
    Original size: 16 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0134



    Description: back of 2003-0267; Muntau hospital; postcard printed by "Kemnitz Eberswalde"
    Date:
    Location: Muntau, Molochna, Russia
    MLA filing: Russia - Institutions - Molochna
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0135



    Description: aerial view of Bethel College campus, looking southwest to North Newton and Newton
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Campus Scene - 24 - Aerial View - The Farm
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0136



    Description: aerial view of Bethel College farm, looking northeast
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Campus Scene - 24 - Aerial View - The Farm
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0137



    Description: house occupied by A. P. Friesen family in the 1930s, and boiler building, Bethel College, looking northeast
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Miscellaneous
    Original size: 14.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Frances (Moyer) Linn, 1995
    Photographer:


    2009-0138



    Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947) and Elisabeth Unger Warkentin
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: Chicago, Illinois
    MLA filing: Warkentin
    Original size: 19.5 x 25 cm
    Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, 1990
    Photographer: Merrill Chase Studios, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois


    2009-0139



    Description: John J. Voth (1891-1972), superintendant of buildings and grounds at Bethel College 1925-1948
    Date: 1943
    Location:
    MLA filing: Voth
    Original size: 8.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0140



    Description: Peter E. Schellenberg (1898-1973)
    Date: 1964
    Location:
    MLA filing: Schellenberg
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0141



    Description: Jesse H. Loganbill (1889-1942)
    Date:
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Loganbill
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2009-0142



    Description: standing left to right, Karl Kliewer, John Walter Kliewer (1869-1938), Ruth Kliewer; seated left to right, Emma Ruth Kliewer, Paul Kliewer
    Date: ca. 1920
    Location:
    MLA filing: Kliewer
    Original size: 12 x 17.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0143



    Description: {duplicate of 2007-0199} family or community group gathered for Christmas celebrations in Goerz Hall, Bethel College; includes Harshbarger, Linscheid, Goertz, Smucker, Rich, Geeting families; see 2007-0200 for more identifications; used in Mennonite Life, December 1995, p. 32
    Date: December 1937
    Location: North Newton, KS
    MLA filing: Harshbarger
    Original size: 11 x 6 cm
    Source: John H. Harshbarger, 1987
    Photographer:


    2009-0144



    Description: {duplicate of 2007-0201}Amos E. Kreider reading Dickens' "Christmas Carol" to a Bethel College community group in Goerz Hall; see 2007-0200 for more identifications; used in Mennonite Life, December 1995, p. 32
    Date: December 1937
    Location: North Newton, KS
    MLA filing: Harshbarger
    Original size: 11 x 6.5 cm
    Source: John H. Harshbarger, 1987
    Photographer:


    2009-0145



    Description: Peter S. Goertz (1886-1948) in his office in the Bethel College administration building; negative #2380
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Goertz
    Original size: 18 x 24.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: McCormick Armstrong, Wichita, Kansas


    2009-0146



    Description: Bernhard Bargen (1901-1972); used in Robert Regier exhibit at Kauffman Museum 2002
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bargen
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0147



    Description: Peter J. Wedel (1871-1951) on steps of Memorial Hall at Bethel College; negative #2379
    Date: 18 April 1946
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Wedel
    Original size: 19.5 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: McCormick Armstrong, Wichita, Kansas


    2009-0148



    Description: John R. Thierstein (1867-1941)
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing: Thierstein
    Original size: 12.5 x 17.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0149



    Description: David H. Richert (1875-1964) and Edith von Steen Richert (1883-1967); used in Graymaroon 1953, p. 22; used in Bethel College Bulletin, January 1953, p. 5
    Date: 1952
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Richert
    Original size: 23 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Dwight Krehbiel?; McCormick Armstrong, Wichita, Kansas


    2009-0150



    Description: back left to right, John Frederick Moyer (1885-1955), Herman Moyer; front left to right, Helen Isaak Moyer (1890-1905), Melvin Moyer, John Harold Moyer
    Date: ca. 1932
    Location: Moundridge, Kansas
    MLA filing: Moyer
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer: Moundridge Studio, Moundridge, Kansas


    2009-0151



    Description: back left to right, Anna Claassen Linscheid, John Willard Linscheid, John Edward Linscheid (1887-1939); front left to right, Marjorie Linscheid, Katherine Linscheid
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location:
    MLA filing: Linscheid
    Original size: 5.5 x 10 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0152



    Description: back, Gordon Kaufman; front, Hazel Dester Kaufman (1896-1948), Karolyn Kaufman, Edmund G. Kaufman (1891-1980); used in Mennonite Life, September 1987, p. 6
    Date: ca. 1933
    Location:
    MLA filing: Kaufman
    Original size: 10 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0153



    Description: Bethel College choir tour 1935; group in front of bus; very similar to 2006-0048
    Date: 1935
    Location: Aberdeen, Idaho
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Music - Vocal - Choir Tour - 1935
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Esther Rinner, 2007
    Photographer:


    2009-0154



    Description: Bethel College football team; back row, left to right, ?, Schrag, ?, "Tiny" Regier, Otto Unruh, ?, Walter W. Graber, ?, ?, Eric Friesen, ?
    middle, left to right, Voth, John O. Schrag, Buller, ?, Joe Goering, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, George Musselman
    front, left to right, ?, ?, Pete Kaufman, Charlie Tubbs, Andy Douglass, Bert Buller, Glen Stevenson, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?
    two small boys in front may be Otto Unruh's twins
    Date: 1936
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Athletics - Men - Varsity Football
    Original size: 24.5 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0155



    Description: Ethel M. Wilson, Bethel College sociology professor and dean of women; used in 1936 Graymaroon, p. 12
    Date: 1936
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - W
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0156



    Description: Otto D. Unruh, Bethel College coach and physical education professor; used in 1942 Graymaroon, p. 60
    Date: 1942
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - TUV
    Original size: 7.5 x 13 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0157



    Description: Willis E. Rich, Bethel College public relations and development officer
    Date: ca. 1945
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - R
    Original size: 19 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0158



    Description: John W. Kliewer, Bethel College president 1911-1920 and 1925-1932 (calendar in background is too blurry to read)
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - K
    Original size: 7.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photographer:


    2009-0159



    Description: Walter H. Hohmann, Bethel College music professor; negative #2179A?
    Date: 29 March 1946
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - Walter H. Hohmann
    Original size: 17 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: McCormick Armstrong, Wichita, Kansas


    2009-0160



    Description: Peter S. Goertz, Bethel College academic dean and professor of philosophy and religion; used in 1947 Graymaroon, p. 18
    Date: 1947
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - G
    Original size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0161



    Description: Jacob H. Doell, Bethel College biology professor; used in 1947 Graymaroon, p. 5
    Date: 1947
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - Jacob H. Doell
    Original size: 12.5 x 15 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0162



    Description: Jacob H. Doell, Bethel College biology professor; used in 1947 Graymaroon, p. 17
    Date: 1947
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - Jacob H. Doell
    Original size: 8 x 5.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0163



    Description: Abraham P. Friesen, Bethel College physics professor; used in 1936 Graymaroon, p. 12
    Date: 1936
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - DEF
    Original size: 10 x 4.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0164



    Description: Henry A. Fast, Bethel College Bible professor; used in 1949 Graymaroon, p. 10
    Date: 1949
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - DEF
    Original size: 9.5 x 12 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0165



    Description: David H. Richert, Bethel College mathematics professor; used in Bethel College Bulletin, December 1964; negative #9147A
    Date: 13 January 1944
    Location:
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Faculty/Staff - Individuals - David H. Richert
    Original size: 19.5 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: McCormick Armstrong, Wichita, Kansas


    2009-0166



    Description: Bethel College campus aerial view; postcard, Artvue Post Card Co., New York
    Date: ca. 1942
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Campus Scene - 14 - Aerial View, 1942-45 (POSTCARDS)
    Original size: 14 x 9 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0167



    Description: Bethel College Western Home
    Date: ca. 1925
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Western Home
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Marie J. Regier Janzen album, 1986
    Photograher:


    2009-0168



    Description: Bethel College Maple Hall, former dining hall or "Boarding Hall"
    Date: 1954??
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Maple Hall
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: Willard Claassen


    2009-0169



    Description: Krehbiel-Wirkler house
    Date: October 1901
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Krehbiel/Wirkler House
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0170



    Description: Krehbiel-Wirkler house
    Date: 1900
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Krehbiel/Wirkler House
    Original size: 12 x 9.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0171



    Description: Bethel College library construction site; used in 1949 Graymaroon, p. 94
    Date: 1949
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Library - Construction
    Original size: 16.5 x 11 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0172



    Description: Bethel College library construction site; used in 1950 Graymaroon, p. 95
    Date: 1950
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Library - Construction
    Original size: 24 x 20 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: Ken Hiebert


    2009-0173



    Description: Bethel College farm
    Date: ca. 1936
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Farm
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0174



    Description: Bethel College farm, negative #5495; barn and silo, tractor and pickup
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Farm
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: McCormick Armstrong, Wichita, Kansas


    2009-0175



    Description: Bethel College - Arkansas Valley interurban box cars used as student housing, being installed
    Date: 1932
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Box Cars
    Original size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Erwin C. Goering, 2006
    Photograher:


    2009-0176



    Description: Bethel College - Arkansas Valley interurban box cars used as student housing, being installed
    Date: 1932
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Box Cars
    Original size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Erwin C. Goering, 2006
    Photograher:


    2009-0177



    Description: Bethel College - Arkansas Valley interurban box cars used as student housing, being installed
    Date: 1932
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Box Cars
    Original size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
    Source: Verna (Kaufman) Goering, 1999
    Photograher:


    2009-0178



    Description: Bethel College - demolition of White House
    Date: 1966
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - White House
    Original size: 12 x 8 cm
    Source: Erwin C. Goering, 1984
    Photograher:


    2009-0179



    Description: Bethel College - Welty House, built by Jacob H. Langenwalter
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Welty House
    Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0180



    Description: Bethel College - Thierstein/Wedel house
    Date: ca. 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Thierstein/Wedel House
    Original size: 13.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0181



    Description: Bethel College - Thierstein/Wedel house being moved from the campus to 201 West 27th by Willard and Selma Unruh
    Date: June 1963
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Thierstein/Wedel House
    Original size: 24.5 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0182



    Description: Bethel College - old Science Hall; used in 1950 Graymaroon, p. 10; used in 1959 Graymaroon, about p. 24
    Date: ca. 1950
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Science Hall - Exterior
    Original size: 19.5 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: Ken Hiebert


    2009-0183



    Description: Bethel College - old Science Hall; used in 1953 Graymaroon, p. 6
    Date: ca. 1953
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Science Hall - Exterior
    Original size: 19.5 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0184



    Description: Bethel College - demolition of Music Hall
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Music Hall
    Original size: 7.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Arlo D. Kasper, 1996
    Photograher:


    2009-0185



    Description: Bethel College - Music Hall; used in 1936 Graymaroon, p. 43
    Date: ca. 1936
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Music Hall
    Original size: 15.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0186



    Description: Bethel College - Leisy House; used in 1949 Graymaroon, p. 102
    Date: 1949
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Leisy House
    Original size: 10 x 7.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0187



    Description: Bethel College - Kliewer House
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Kliewer House
    Original size: 13 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0188



    Description: Bethel College - Goerz Hall; used in 1945 Graymaroon, p. 90
    Date: 1945
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0189



    Description: Bethel College - Goerz Hall
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goerz Hall
    Original size: 24 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0190



    Description: Bethel College - Goessel Hall
    Date: ca. 1961
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Goessel Hall
    Original size: 24.5 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: Willard Claassen


    2009-0191



    Description: Bethel College - Elm Cottage viewed from upper floor of Administration Building
    Date:
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Elm Cottage
    Original size: 5.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0192



    Description: Bethel College - Elm Cottage
    Date: ca. 1903
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Elm Cottage
    Original size: 16.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0193



    Description: Bethel College - demolition of Carnegie Hall
    Date: ca. 1962
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Carnegie Hall
    Original size: 24.5 x 19.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0194



    Description: Bethel College - Carnegie Hall; used in 1945 Graymaroon, p. 89
    Date: 1945
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Carnegie Hall
    Original size: 24 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0195



    Description: Bethel College - Carnegie Hall; used in 1951 Graymaroon, p. 7
    Date: 1951
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Carnegie Hall
    Original size: 22.5 x 29.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0196



    Description: Bethel College Administration Building
    Date: ca. 1933
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Administration Building - 17 - Exterior - South view (no dormer)
    Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0197



    Description: Bethel College Alumni Hall; used in 1921 Graymaroon, p. 11
    Date: 1921
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - Buildings - Alumni Hall
    Original size: 17 x 12 cm
    Source: Bethel College Alumni Office, 2000
    Photograher:


    2009-0198



    Description: front, Amos E. Kreider and Stella Shoemaker Kreider; back, left to right, Gerald Kreider, Robert Kreider
    Date: ca. 1935
    Location: Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Rober Kreider personal collection, not in MLA holdings as of Sept. 2009
    Original size: 19 x 24 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: W. R. Murphy, Newton, Kansas


    2009-0199



    Description: left to right, poet Edwin Markham (1852-1940) and Amos E. Kreider; taken from 1936 Bethel College Graymaroon, p. 13
    Date: 1935?
    Location:
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 4.5 x 4 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0200



    Description: some of the 1936 Bethel College seniors; taken from 1936 Bethel College Graymaroon, p. 20; top, left to right, Theodore H. Voth, Janice Martin, Ruth Schmidt, Julia B. Adams, Frieda Albrecht, Katherine Banman, Sam Byler; bottom, left to right, Dorothy H. Claassen, Edith F. Claassen, Harold Claassen, Marvin J. Dirks, Andrew J. Douglass, Dorothea Epp, Ray Guy
    Date: 1936
    Location:
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 15.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0201



    Description: some of the 1936 Bethel College seniors; taken from 1936 Bethel College Graymaroon, p. 21; top, left to right, William E. Juhnke, Clemens M. Kaufman, Peter R. Kaufman, Ruth E. King, June L. Krey, Herbert Miller, Theodore Pankratz; bottom, left to right, Karl D. Quiring, Roland Richert, Willard G. Schmidt, Alida A. Schrag, Gladys A. Smith, Arnold Voth, Reynold Weinbrenner, Mariam Tunnell
    Date: 1936
    Location:
    MLA filing:
    Original size: 15.5 x 8 cm
    Source:
    Photograher:


    2009-0202



    Description: Bethel College all-school photo, left segment (see 2009-0203 for middle segment, 2009-0204 for right segment, and 2009-0205 for full version); used in Bethel College centennial booklet 1984
    Date: 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - oversize photo drawers
    Original size: 42 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: Stevens Studio, Hutchinson, Kansas


    2009-0203



    Description: Bethel College all-school photo, middle segment (see 2009-0202 for left segment, 2009-0204 for right segment, and 2009-0205 for full version); used in Bethel College centennial booklet 1984
    Date: 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - oversize photo drawers
    Original size: 45 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: Stevens Studio, Hutchinson, Kansas


    2009-0204



    Description: Bethel College all-school photo, right segment (see 2009-0202 for left segment, 2009-0203 for middle segment, and 2009-0205 for full version); used in Bethel College centennial booklet 1984
    Date: 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - oversize photo drawers
    Original size: 40 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: Stevens Studio, Hutchinson, Kansas


    2009-0205



    Description: Bethel College all-school photo, full version (see 2009-0202 for left segment, 2009-0203 for middle segment, and 2009-0204 for right segment); used in Bethel College centennial booklet 1984
    Date: 1937
    Location: North Newton, Kansas
    MLA filing: Bethel College - oversize photo drawers
    Original size: 86 x 19 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: Stevens Studio, Hutchinson, Kansas


    2009-0206



    Description: left to right, Sarah Cornelia van der Smissen (1814-1901), daughter Hillegonda Cornelia van der Smissen (1848-1949), Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890)
    Date:
    Location: Altona, Germany
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 6.5 x 10.5 cm
    Source: Frieda van der Smissen Andreas, 1981
    Photograher: J. P. Ehlers, Altona, Germany


    2009-0207



    Description: back left to right, Hillegonda Cornelia van der Smissen (1848-1949), Carl Heinrich Anton van der Smissen (1851-1950), Moritz Desiderius Horny, Wilhelmine Friederike van der Smissen; front left to right, Sara Cornelia van der Smissen (1814-1901), Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890), Johanna Cornelia Horny (1865-1945), Carl Justus Jacob Horny (1867-1891), Sophie C. Elisabeth van der Smissen Horny (wife of Moritz D. Horny)
    Date: 1868
    Location: Germany
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 7.5 x 8 cm
    Source: Frieda van der Smissen Andreas, 1981
    Photograher:


    2009-0208



    Description: Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890)
    Date:
    Location: Wadsworth, Ohio
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
    Source:
    Photograher: T. D. Wolbach


    2009-0209



    Description: back left to right, Wilhelmine Friederike van der Smissen, Hillegonda Cornelia van der Smissen; front left to right, Sara Cornelia van der Smissen, Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890)
    Date:
    Location: Wadsworth, Ohio
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 15.5 x 20 cm
    Source: Amanda (Hirschler) Hostettler
    Photograher:


    2009-0210



    Description: back left to right, Hillegonda Cornelia van der Smissen, Wilhelmine Friederike van der Smissen; front left to right, Sara Cornelia van der Smissen, Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890)
    Date:
    Location: Wadsworth, Ohio
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 6 x 10 cm
    Source: Frieda (van der Smissen) Andreas, 1981
    Photograher: T. D. Wolbach, Wadsworth, Ohio


    2009-0211



    Description: front, Sara Cornelia van der Smissen; back, Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890)
    Date:
    Location: Wadsworth, Ohio
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 5.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Frieda (van der Smissen) Andreas, 1981
    Photograher: T. D. Wolbach, Wadsworth, Ohio


    2009-0212



    Description: left to right, Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890), Carl Heinrich Anton van der Smissen (1851-1950)
    Date:
    Location: Wadsworth, Ohio
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 5.5 x 9.5 cm
    Source: Frieda (van der Smissen) Andreas, 1981
    Photograher: T. D. Wolbach, Wadsworth, Ohio


    2009-0213



    Description: back left to right, Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890), Carl Heinrich Anton van der Smissen (1851-1950); front left to right, Hillegonda Cornelia van der Smissen, Sara Cornelia van der Smissen
    Date:
    Location: Wadsworth, Ohio
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
    Source: H. R. Voth
    Photograher:


    2009-0214



    Description: back left to right, Hillegonda Cornelia van der Smissen, Carl Heinrich Anton van der Smissen (1851-1950), Mary Elizabeth (Knight) van der Smissen, Heinrich Schwake; front left to right, Sara Cornelia van der Smissen, Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890), Wilhelmine Friederike (van der Smissen) Schwake, Cornelia Mathilde Elisabeth Schwake (baby)
    Date: 1881
    Location: Ashland, Ohio
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 9.5 x 6 cm
    Source: Frieda (van der Smissen) Andreas, 1981
    Photograher: W. L. Edwards, Ashland, Ohio


    2009-0215



    Description: oldest to youngest, Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890), Carl Heinrich Anton van der Smissen (1851-1950), Karl Christian van der Smissen (1882-1951)
    Date: ca. 1886
    Location: Mansfield, Ohio
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 9.5 x 14 cm
    Source: Frieda (van der Smissen) Andreas, 1985
    Photograher: Potter, Mansfield, Ohio


    2009-0216



    Description: clockwise from left, (boy) Johannes "Hans" Christian Ernst Moritz Horny (1875-1960), (girl) Helene Elisabeth Maria Emilie Horny (1878-1911), Sophie C. Elisabeth van der Smissen Horny (wife of Moritz Horny), (young man) Carl Justus Jacob Horny (1867-1891), Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890), Hillegonda Cornelia van der Smissen, (girl) Sofie Auguste "Gustel" Henriette Elisabeth Horny (1879-1956), (boy) Theodor Johannes Daniel Horny (1873-1973), Sara Cornelia van der Smissen (wife of Carl Justus van der Smissen), Moritz Desiderius Horny, (boy) Heinrich Theodor Hugo Horny (1881-1971)
    Date: ca. 1883
    Location: Heilbronn, Germany
    MLA filing: van der Smissen
    Original size: 7 x 4.5 cm
    Source: Frieda (van der Smissen) Andreas, 1981
    Photograher:


    2009-0217



    Description: left to right, ?, Hillegonda Cornelia van der Smissen, Carl Justus van der Smissen (1811-1890), Sara Cornelia van der Smissen (wife of Carl Justus van der Smissen), ?
    Date:
    Location:
    MLA filing:<