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Personal - Warkentin

2003-0022



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

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:

2003-0236



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

2009-0138



Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947) and Elisabeth Unger Warkentin
Date: ca. 1945
Location: Chicago, Illinois
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 19.5 x 25 cm
Source: Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, 1990
Photographer: Merrill Chase Studios, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois

2010-0058



Description: Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908)
Date: 1875
Location: New York, New York
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:

2011-0153



Description: Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin (1852-1932)
Date: 1875
Location: New York, New York
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
Source: Bernhard Warkentin collection, 1992
Photographer: Macnabb, New York

2012-0006



Description: standing left to right, Jacob Boehr, David Goerz, Philipp Ph. Wiebe; seated left to right, Bernhard Warkentin, Peter Jacob Dick; this scan from copy negative, is the original photo in the Bernhard Warkentin papers?; used in Mennonite Life, Sept. 1999, p. 9 (Note; Wiebe was identified by Heiderun von Issendorff of Wiesbaden, Germany, in a letter to the MLA dated 1 May 2013. The person was earlier identified as Johann Philipp Wiebe, but she says he never came to the US; it was his brother Philipp who came here. She is a relative of that family.)
Date: 1872
Location: New York City
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size:
Source: Bernhard Warkentin collection, 1992
Photographer: Fred Ulrich, Bowery, New York

2012-0267



Description: Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin; used in Toevs, Newton. . . Today, p. 52
Date: ca. 1874
Location: Topeka, Kansas
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 9.5 x 19 cm
Source: Dudley Dodgion Toevs
Photographer: Leonard, Topeka, Kansas

2012-0268



Description: Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin; used in Toevs, Newton. . . Today, p. 53
Date:
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 9 x 22.5 cm
Source: Dudley Dodgion Toevs, 1998
Photographer:

2012-0269



Description: Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin
Date:
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 9 x 17.5 cm
Source: Dudley Dodgion Toevs, 1998
Photographer:

2012-0270



Description: Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin with 4 grandchildren; left to right, Hester Anne Warkentin, Wilhelmina Warkentin, Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin, Bernhard Warkentin Alden, John Alden
Date: 23 August 1908
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 12.5 x 9 cm
Source: Dudley Dodgion Toevs, 1998
Photographer:

2012-0271



Description: left to right, John Alden (on lap), Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin, Carl Bernhard Warkentin, Edna Warkentin Alden, Bernhard Warkentin Alden (baby), Hester Anne Warkentin, Frances Glendening Warkentin, Wilhelmina Warkentin (on lap)
Date: ca. 1908
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
Source: Dudley Dodgion Toevs, 1998
Photographer:

2016-0033



Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947); used in 1931 Bethel College Graymaroon, p. 14
Date: 1931
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 7.5 x 10 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note:

2016-0034



Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947); used in 1938 Bethel College Graymaroon, p. 29
Date: 1938
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 5 x 6.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note:

2016-0035



Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947)
Date: ca. 1938
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 3.5 x 5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note:

2016-0036



Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947); used in 1942 Bethel College Graymaroon, p. 22
Date: 1942
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 6 x 8.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note:

2016-0037



Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947); used in 1943 Bethel College Graymaroon, p. 14
Date: 1943
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 6 x 8.5 cm
Source: Martha M. (Friesen) Graber
Photographer:
Note:

2016-0038



Description: left to right, Herman Warkentin, Elizabeth Unger Warkentin, John Warkentin, Edith Warkentin, Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947), Helmuth Warkentin
Date: ca. 1923
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 16 x 11.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note:

2016-0039



Description: left to right, Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947), Edith Warkentin, John Warkentin, Elizabeth Unger Warkentin, Herman Warkentin, Helmuth Warkentin
Date:
Location: Chicago, Illinois
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
Source:
Photographer: Ray Studio, Chicago
Note:

2016-0040



Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947) in academic regalia; postcard
Date: 1928
Location: Lawrence, Kansas
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 8.5 x 13.5 cm
Source:
Photographer: Thompson, Lawrence, Kansas
Note:

2016-0041



Description: Abraham Warkentin (1885-1947) and Elizabeth Unger Warkentin
Date: ca. 1944
Location: Chicago, Illinois
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 19.5 x 25 cm
Source:
Photographer: Merrill Chase, Chicago
Note:

2016-0152



Description: Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908); used in The Warkentin House (1986), p. 4; "from Ruth Collection, MLA"
Date: ca. 1874
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 6 x 9 cm
Source:
Photographer: Scholten, St. Louis, Missouri
Note:

2016-0153



Description: Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908)
Date: ca. 1872
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 6 x 9.5 cm
Source:
Photographer: Scholten, St. Louis, Missouri
Note:

2016-0154



Description: Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908); used in Bethel College of Kansas, p. 41
Date:
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
Source: Bernhard Warkentin collection, 1992
Photographer:
Note:

2016-0155



Description: Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908)
Date:
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm
Source: Bernhard Warkentin collection, 1992
Photographer: Tripp, Newton, Kansas
Note:

2016-0156



Description: back, left to right, Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908), Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin, Frances Glendening Warkentin; middle, Edna Warkentin Alden; front, left to right, household employee?, Maurice Alden, Carl Warkentin, John Alden (on lap); used in Dudley Dodgion Toevs, Newton Remembering Yesterday Today, p. 55
Date: 1905
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 9 x 12.5 cm
Source: Dudley Dodgion Toevs, 1988
Photographer:
Note:

2016-0157



Description: Bernhard Warkentin (1847-1908) and Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin
Date: March 15, 1908
Location: Jerusalem
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 9 x 14 cm
Source: Warkentin House (copied from a photo there), 1997
Photographer:
Note:

2017-0046



Description: Abraham Warkentin (Bethel College faculty) playing horseshoes; used in 1942 Graymaroon, p. 11
Date: 1942
Location:
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 5 x 7 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note:

2017-0047



Description: Abraham Warkentin (Bethel College faculty) near Administration Building; used in 1936 Graymaroon, p. 14
Date: 1936
Location: North Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Personal - Warkentin
Original size: 6 x 7 cm
Source:
Photographer:
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