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Photo Collection


Scanned photo collection - subject list




World War I - Mennonite COs

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
Original size: 13 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. 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
Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source: D. R. Hoeppner collection
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

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
Original size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:B. M. Ensz, Beatrice, Nebraska
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

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
Original size: 11.5 x 8 cm
Source: Albert Unruh, Goessel, Kansas
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

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
Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

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
Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

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
Original size: 12 x 6.5 cm
Source: Abe Kroeker
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

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
Original size: 12 x 6.5 cm
Source: Abe Kroeker
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

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 - Mennonite COs
Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source: D. R. Hoeppner collection
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

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 - Mennonite COs
Original size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source: D. R. Hoeppner collection
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

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
Original size: 35mm copy negative
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, Kansas
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

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:

2014-0911



Description: Peter Boldt and Henry Boese eating lunch, a treat from home
Date: ca. 1917
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0912



Description: COs singing hymns
Date: ca. 1917
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 3. Used in Mennonite Life, September 1975, p. 18

2014-0913



Description: Neufeld standing next to truck with laundry girls in front of sanitarium laundry in Iowa City, Iowa
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Iowa City, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 7.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0914



Description: Sanitarium at Iowa City, Iowa, where COs from Camp Dodge worked for a period of time
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Iowa City, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 7.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0915



Description: Headquarters and sleeping quarters for Menn. boys at sanitarium in Iowa City, Iowa
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Iowa City, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 7.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0916



Description: Mess hall and sleeping quarters of Menn. boys on furlough at Fairview Farm near Odebolt, Iowa. Bedrooms were upstairs. Note corn wagons in foreground.
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0917



Description: Residence at Fairview Farm of Adams Ranch near Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0918



Description: Ranch office, Fairview Farm of Adams Ranch near Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0919



Description: Residence at Fairview Farm of Adams Ranch near Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0920



Description: CO group picture at Fairview Farm near Odebolt, Iowa. Boys had been furloughed out from Camp Dodge.
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0921



Description: Neufeld brothers receiving a visit from sister and family
Date: ca. 1917
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7 x 5.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0922



Description: Neufeld's sister's children visiting them at camp.
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Camp Funston
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7 x 5.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0923



Description: Neufeld brothers posing with their sister at camp
Date: ca. 1917
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 5.5 x 7 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0924



Description: Herman Neufeld and his brother at Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Camp, Funston
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 5 x 8 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0925



Description: Neufeld and other Mennonite fellows threshing on Fairview Farm
Date: ca. 1917
Location: near Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 7.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0926



Description: Line of corn husking wagons on Fairview Farm near Odebolt, Iowa. The corn was picked by hand; the wagons were pulled by mules. A good husker according to Neufeld, picked 100 bushels a day. Since he was unfamiliar with the task, Neufeld was less proficient than some. Sometimes the biggest problem was controlling the mules. Neufeld cited the case of Peter Penner, who, losing his temper at the mules, incited them to take off without him- unfortunately the reins hooked onto his pants and he lost them (his pants) too.
Date: ca. 1917
Location: near Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0927



Description: Mennonite boys of furlough on Fairview Farm, Odebolt, Iowa, Picture is taken in front of elevator on the farm.
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0928



Description: Mennonite boys posing in front of grain elevator on Fairview Farm near Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0929



Description: Mennonite boys posing in front of grain elevator on Fairview Farm near Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12 x 7.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0930



Description: Mennonite COs on furlough from Camp Dodge, Iowa taking part in a massive plowing operation on Fairview Farm near Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1917
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0931



Description: COs furloughed to farm work. "This is the big barn we hauled the hay in, about 124 loads a day. They had two big doors on each end. In this barn they had 150 mules and 12 horses."
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7 cm
Source: B.M. Ensz, Beatrice, NE
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0932



Description: COs furloughed to farm work. Plowing on W.P. Adams Fairview Farm, Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7 cm
Source: B.M. Ensz, Beatrice, NE
Photographer:
Note: Folder 3. Used in Mennonite Life, September 1975, back cover

2014-0933



Description: COs furloughed to farm work. "After done hauling hay, they put us on the wood pile, this is the way it looked as we started"
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: B.M. Ensz, Beatrice, NE
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0934



Description: "This is the way the wood pile looked after we were done" Adams Ranch, Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: B.M. Ensz, Beatrice, NE
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0935



Description: "After picking corn, we hauled hay in the big barn in the next picture (2014-0931)" Adams Ranch, Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source: B.M. Ensz, Beatrice, NE
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0936



Description: "This is the Adam's Ranch and residence where we worked with ten sections of land at Odebolt, Iowa"
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: B.M. Ensz, Beatrice, NE
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0937



Description: "After plowing and repair work we picked corn-they had 125,000 bushels of corn in their cribs. We got 7 cents a bushel for picking. We picked around 50 to 80 bushels a day. For this days work we got $1.00 a day. The rest of the money went to Red Cross" Adams Ranch, Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 6 x 10 cm
Source: B.M. Ensz, Beatrice, NE
Photographer:
Note: folder 3

2014-0938



Description: Entrance to Camp Funston, 14th National Army Cantonment, 89th Division
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 9 cm
Source: Albert Unruh, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 4

2014-0939



Description: Mennonite COs on a fire drill at Camp Funston. Bedding was thrown out of the barracks first; the boys followed with a big jump onto the soft padding below.
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 4

2014-0940



Description: Meeting of COs outside Camp Funston
Date: Memorial Day, 30 May 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Herman B. Neufeld, Newton, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. A card with the picture reads as follows; "MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 30, 1918, MEETING OF CO'S OUTSIDE CAMP FUNSTON, 'The President had made a proclamation or request that all people of all religions should observe this day as a special day of fasting and prayer. With the permission of the captain, almost the entire Company went down to the Kaw river where in the shade of some large trees we had a very impressive and continuous service of songs, prayers, and testimonies. Several soldiers were also with us.' [Leatherman Diary, page 22], Note C.C. Janzen in the center of picture facing camera. Herman Neufeld is in the extreme lower left hand corner, sitting without a hat and facing away from the camera., Neufeld adds that before this meeting as held the boys had been taken out for a walk by a corporal and then they had gone swimming in the river where a couple of the boys almost drowned., Neufeld did not remember who the speaker in the picture was."

2014-0941



Description: "Our sergeants"
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Top Sergeant-King, Supply Sergeant-Cross, Mess Sergeant-Toblar(?), 2nd Sergeant-Lesynea(?), 2nd Sergeant-Roots. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0942



Description: COs gathered by a stadium
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0943



Description: Three unidentified CO officers on a fallen tree trunk
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0944



Description: COs eating in their tent, Detention Camp No. 1, Camp Funston, from left to right; Carl Schmidt, William P. Wiens (Newton, KS), Peter Neufeld, Albert Unruh, John Andreas, Paul Bartsch (Newton, KS)
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 8 cm
Source: One copy of the photo credited to James C. Juhnke 1991
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of one copy of the photo says "see Juhnke, Vision, Doctrine, War, p. 231" There are two copies of this photo, as well as a negative

2014-0945



Description: COs eating in their tent, Detention Camp No. 1, Camp Funston, from left to right; Carl Schmidt, William P. Wiens (Newton, KS), Peter Neufeld, Albert Unruh, John Andreas, Paul Bartsch (Newton, KS)
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10.5 x 6.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 4

2014-0946



Description: Unidentified CO
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston?
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 13.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0947



Description: Flood in front of wooden barracks, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0948



Description: COs returning from Memorial Day outing, Camp Funston
Date: 30 May 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 4

2014-0966



Description: From left to right, Gus R. Gaeddert and Karl Suderman
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0967



Description: Two men posing, one in cook's outfit, From left to right, Gus R. Gaeddert and Karl Suderman
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 4

2014-0968



Description: Unidentified officers, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0969



Description: Sign made of stone on hillside, 58 CO., 164th D.B.
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0970



Description: Building wooden tent frame
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0971



Description: Unidentified man, Sergeant
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7 x 13.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0972



Description: Four COs in front of Fire Station No. 2, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0973



Description: Fire engine on the move, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0974



Description: COs resting on a hike?
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0975



Description: St. Sgt. Cabiness takes muster roll, Barracks No. 527, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 8 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Used in Mennonite Life, January 1970, p. 28 and Mennonite Life, September 1975, p. 23. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection". There is a copy of this photo and a negative in MLA Filing-Mennonite COs (6)

2014-0976



Description: Conscientious Objectors
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: Robert S. Kreider, Newton KS, 1983
Photographer:
Note: folder 4

2014-0977



Description: Boys peeling potatoes
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0978



Description: Unidentified COs, Detention Camp, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7 x 13 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0979



Description: Tents and wooden barracks at Camp Funston, view fom hillside
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Used in Gerlof Homan's American Mennonites and the Great War, p. 108. Negative with the photo.

2014-0980



Description: COs and officers resting on a hike
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0981



Description: COs with a squirrel they caught
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 4

2014-0982



Description: COs on a hike north of Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0983



Description: Group of unidentified COs
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0984



Description: COs resting during farm work
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0985



Description: COs gathered by a stadium
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0986



Description: COs gathered by a stadium
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0987



Description: Mess kits on a table
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0988



Description: CO clowning with three others (not COs?)
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 8 x 13 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0989



Description: Stone barracks, Fort Riley
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. There is more written on the back of the postcard; see 2016-0017 for back of postcard.

2014-0990



Description: Group of COs at a writing desk in barracks
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0991



Description: Group of COs with a squirrel and a turtle that they caught
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 8 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. There is a negative and copy of this photo in MLA Filing - World War I - Mennonite COs (6)

2014-0992



Description: Unidentified officers
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 13 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0993



Description: COs snapping green beans, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 13 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-0994



Description: COs posing for a picture in front of Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 24.5 x 11 cm
Source: Ralph Krehbiel, Pretty Prairie, Kansas 1989
Photographer:
Note: folder 4

2014-0995



Description: COs posing for a picture in front of Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 24.5 x 9.5 cm
Source: Ralph Krehbiel, Pretty Prairie, Kansas 1989
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Photograph scanned was copied from Abe Kroeker's picture

2014-0996



Description: Basketball team at Fort Riley (fifth from left in back row is Gustav A. Haury, Jr.)
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 20 x 15 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4. Camp Vail may have been a part of Fort Riley. Back of photo reads "Coach Haury at Fort Riley approx. 1918"

2014-0997



Description: Three Quaker boys; Guerny Hanson, _______, and Roy Wagner, peeling potatoes. Camp Funston?
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas?
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-0998



Description: Mennonite COs eating a treat from home in barracks
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-0999



Description: Section S, Base Hospital, Fort Riley
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: John Ensz (Newton, KS?)
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1000



Description: Detention Camp No. 1, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 5.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1001



Description: Two COs with shaved heads
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 5.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1002



Description: Group of COs, Fort Riley
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: John Ensz (Newton, KS?)
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1003



Description: Group of COs? Marked one is Charlie P. Graber, Bloomfield, Montana, drafted to Camp Lewis, Washington, Later transferred to Camp Cody, New Mexico, sent all by himself to Fort Leavenworth
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 8 x 5.5 cm
Source: D.R. Hoeppner Collection
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1004



Description: COs posing in a tree
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 5.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1005



Description: Two CO officers in barracks
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1006



Description: Carl Schmidt, and _______ Unruh
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 6 x 10.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1007



Description: Carl Schmidt, and _______ Unruh
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 6 x 10.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1008



Description: Group of COs at Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: John Ensz (Newton, KS?)
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. The back of the photo reads; "WWI, Ft Riley, John Ensz"

2014-1009



Description: Lieutenant "very good guy"
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 5.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1010



Description: COs lined up in Detention Camp, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1011



Description: COs clowning, Suderman "ready to swab, ?, Gus Gaeddert, Ferd. Schmidt,?
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 8 x 13 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1012



Description: Barracks 527, Camp Funston, Washing dishes?
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection". Used in Mennonite Life, January 1970, p. 29 and also in September 1975, p. 27

2014-1013



Description: Unidentified CO
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 13.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1014



Description: P. H. Richert and P. C. Hiebert meeting with COs on the banks of the Kaw river
Date: June 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1015



Description: P. H. Richert and P. C. Hiebert meeting with COs on the banks of the Kaw river
Date: June 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source: James C. Juhnke, 1991
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Used in Mennonite Life September 1975, p. 29. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection". There are two copies and negative of this photo. See Juhnke, Vision, Doctrine, War, p. 231

2014-1016



Description: CO crew sweeping in front of barracks
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 5.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1017



Description: Boys at work near "first capitol of Kansas", Fort Riley
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection". Used in Mennonite Life, January 1970, p. 29 and also in September 1975, p. 29

2014-1018



Description: Two COs reading bibles. The one on the right is Gus Gaeddert
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas?
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1019



Description: COs at Fort Riley who were of Low German background. This snapshot is revealing with respect to the issue of wearing a uniform. Though most of the men are wearing a military uniform, five of the men in the back row are dresses in civilian clothes, according to Henry Gaede, because they refused to wear the uniform. The ambivalence about whether or not to wear a uniform was typical of the Mennonite response to almost every aspect of WWI.
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. There are two copies of this photo, as well as the negative. Used in Gerlof Homan's American Mennonites and the Great War, p. 112. See Kansas History, winter 1981, p. 258

2014-1025



Description: Two COs patching clothes
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 8.5 x 5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1026



Description: Entrance of Camp Funston, COs marching from the Detention Camp to Funston to Building 1734, 45th Co. 164 D. B.
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Used by The Mennonite on 14 May 1985

2014-1027



Description: View of the wooden barracks at Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11 x 7 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Used by The Mennonite on 14 May 1985. We have negative

2014-1028



Description: Preparing to move to Detention Camp, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 6.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. We have negative

2014-1029



Description: Men hiking up a hill near Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: John Ensz (Newton, KS?)
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1030



Description: Looking over Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 6 cm
Source: John Ensz (Newton, KS?)
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1031



Description: COs? outside Merion Hall, Haverford, PA, old dormitory of Haverford College
Date: September 1918
Location: Haverford, PA
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 5.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1032



Description: COs? Merion Hall, Haverford, PA, old dormitory of Haverford College "arrived here on September 3, 1918"
Date: September 1918
Location: Haverford, PA
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 5.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1033



Description: COs? outside Merion Hall, Haverford, PA, old dormitory of Haverford College
Date: September 1918
Location: Haverford, PA
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 5.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1034



Description: Men sitting in front of a tent at Detention Camp No. 1, Camp Funston
Date: June 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 5.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1035



Description: Group moving wooden tent frame
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston?
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1036



Description: Andres, Karl Suderman, Gus Gaeddert
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston?
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 5.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1037



Description: Left to right; Gustave R. Gaeddert and Paul Heidebrecht
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Independence, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source: Albert M. Gaeddert 1988
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1038



Description: Left to right; Paul Heidebrecht and Gustave R. Gaeddert, both smelling flowers
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Independence, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 5.5 x 10 cm
Source: Albert M. Gaeddert 1988
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1039



Description: Left to right; Paul Heidebrecht and Gustave R. Gaeddert
Date: ca. 1919
Location: Independence, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 6 x 10 cm
Source: Albert M. Gaeddert 1988
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1040



Description: Left to right; Gustave R. Gaeddert and Elmer Jantz
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Independence, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 6 x 10 cm
Source: Albert M. Gaeddert 1988
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1041



Description: COs gathered around a table outside their tent eating, Detention Camp, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1042



Description: COs in a conservatory-probably in Independence, Iowa. From left to right; Elmer Jantz?, unknown, and Gustave R. Gaeddert
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Independence, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 8 x 13.5 cm
Source: Albert M. Gaeddert 1988
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1043



Description: Camp Funston (printed postcard)
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7 cm
Source: Alfred Linscheid
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photograph contains a note written by Alfred Linscheid to his brother Eddie. The note is dated May 18, 1918 and is addressed to Abbyville, Kansas.

2014-1044



Description: COs snapping green beans
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1045



Description: COs at Detention Camp. Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1046



Description: Detention Camp No. 1, Camp Funston. COs reading the news. Left to right; William P. Wiens (Newton, KS), John Andreas, Peter Neufeld, Paul Bartsch (Newton, KS), Carl Schmidt
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection". Used in Mennonite Life, January 1970, p. 29

2014-1047



Description: COs on a hike, with a squirrel they caught
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 13 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection". There is a negative and copy of this photo in MLA Filing - World War I - Mennonite COs (6)

2014-1048



Description: Large group of COs, Camp Funston, before Sunday worship service
Date: 30 May 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer: Jacob Suderman
Note: Folder 5. Used in Mennonite Life, January 1970, p. 31 and in September 1975, p. 21. Negative of this photo can be found in MLA Filing - World War I - Mennonite COs (6)

2014-1049



Description: COs gardening at Detention Camp, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 8 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection"

2014-1050



Description: Camp Funston entrance, COs marching out
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 8 cm
Source: Stanley E. Voth 1989
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. Back of photo says "D.R. Hoeppner Collection". Used in Mennonite Life, January 1970, p. 32 and in September 1975, p. 24. There are two copies of this photo and the negative

2014-1051



Description: Group posing in front of a grain elevator on Fairview Farm near Odebolt, Iowa
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Odebolt, Iowa
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 12.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 5

2014-1052



Description: COs resting after a hike, Camp Funston. Fifth from the right is Christ Miller (Inman, KS)
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Stanley E Voth 1989
Photographer:
Note: Folder 5. There are two copies of this photograph and a letter that identifies Christ Miller in the picture (See letter from Mirriam Hess). Used in Gerlof Homan's American Mennonites and the Great War, p. 110. Used by Mennonite Weekly Review in the serialized Gerlof Homan book ca. 2002-2003

2014-1053



Description: WWI bond ad from Hillsboro Vorwärts, 5 April 1918
Date: 5 April 1918
Location: Hillsboro, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. Used by Mennonite Life September 1975, p. 13 or p. 7. Negative is available

2014-1054



Description: WWI bond ad from Hillsboro Vorwärts, 5 April 1918
Date: 5 April 1918
Location: Hillsboro, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. Used by Mennonite Life September 1975, p. 5. Negative is available

2014-1055



Description: WWI political cartoon from Hillsboro Vorwärts?
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Hillsboro, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. Negative is available

2015-0013



Description: WWI, Noah Leatherman, a Holdeman Mennonite
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 8 x 11.5 cm
Source: Albert Unruh, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0014



Description: View of Camp Funston, wooden barracks
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0015



Description: Abe Kroeker at Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 5.5 x 9.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0016



Description: Herman Lehman, Adolph Sprunger
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0017



Description: Sectiona View of Detention Camp, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0018



Description: Boys reading Marion (South Dakota) Record from home
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0019



Description: CO worship service, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0020



Description: Our Sergeants; Top Sergeant-King, Supply Sergeant-Cross, Mess Sergeant-Toblar(?), 2nd Sergeant- Lesynea(?), 2nd Sergeant- Roots
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0021



Description: New laundry being built at Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0030



Description: Two unidentified COs
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 2.5 x 3 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. This is a direct copy of a negative

2015-0031



Description: COs worship service
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0032



Description: COs washing dishes
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0033



Description: The "Slop Brigade", at Camp Funston near Fort Riley, Kansas. Mennonites who refused to take up arms were accused of being as stubborn as the mules which pulled these manure wagons.
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative and a large print

2015-0034



Description: COs at rest during a hike
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0035



Description: Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood's house, at Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. Photo is from negative

2015-0036



Description: Lining up for mess at the Detention Camp
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0037



Description: WWI political cartoon, from Hillsboro Vorwärts(?)
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Hillsboro, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0038



Description: Preparing to move to detention camp, Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0039



Description: Fire department trucks. Fire broke out in building next to CO's building. It was a canteen, or a store, and also a YMCA.
Date: ca. 1918
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have the negative

2015-0040



Description: Four Mennonite soldiers at Camp Funston in 1918. Note the dark halo formed by the broad-brimmed hats. Ferdinand Schroeder, upper right, was beaten bloody for refusing to "haul slop" (manure) on Sunday.
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 11.5 cm
Source: Ferd. Schroeder, Goessel, KS
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have the negative and a large print. Used in Mennonite Life, September 1975, p. 22

2015-0041



Description: Adolph Preheim (Freeman, South Dakota), Quartermaster Department
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 8.5 x 13.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0042



Description: Ferd. Schroeder at Camp Funston
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 6 x 10 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0043



Description: Some Mennonite agreed to take up noncombatant work and put brooms on their shoulders instead of guns. Some wore the military uniform; others refused.
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 23.5 x 20 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0044



Description: Mennonite COs at Camp Funston at a Sunday morning worship service in 1918.
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Camp Funston, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 19.5 x 24.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: folder 6

2015-0045



Description: Unidentified children
Date: July 27, 1974
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. This was with negatives related to B. G. Harder. See 2015-0048.

2015-0046



Description: Unidentified woman and children
Date: July 27, 1974
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative. This was with negatives related to B. G. Harder. See 2015-0048.

2015-0047



Description: Unidentified woman
Date: July 27, 1974
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative. This was with negatives related to B. G. Harder. See 2015-0048.

2015-0048



Description: Bernhard Goethe Harder at his father Bernhard W. Harder's house where an American flag was nailed at the demand of a mob in 1918, near Whitewater, Kansas. Photo was probably taken July 27, 1974, when B. G. Harder was interviewed about his World War I experiences. (identification from Bruce Entz and Melvin Epp, Dec. 2016)
Date: July 27, 1974
Location: Whitewater, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0049



Description: Bernhard Goethe Harder at his father Bernhard W. Harder's house where an American flag was nailed at the demand of a mob in 1918, near Whitewater, Kansas. Photo was probably taken July 27, 1974, when B. G. Harder was interviewed about his World War I experiences. (identification from Bruce Entz and Melvin Epp, Dec. 2016)
Date: July 27, 1974
Location: Whitewater, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0050



Description: Bernhard Goethe Harder at his father Bernhard W. Harder's house where an American flag was nailed at the demand of a mob in 1918, near Whitewater, Kansas. Photo was probably taken July 27, 1974, when B. G. Harder was interviewed about his World War I experiences. (identification from Bruce Entz and Melvin Epp, Dec. 2016)
Date: July 27, 1974
Location: Whitewater, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0051



Description: Bernhard Goethe Harder at his father Bernhard W. Harder's house where an American flag was nailed at the demand of a mob in 1918, near Whitewater, Kansas. Photo was probably taken July 27, 1974, when B. G. Harder was interviewed about his World War I experiences. (identification from Bruce Entz and Melvin Epp, Dec. 2016)
Date: July 27, 1974
Location: Whitewater, KS
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 7.5 x 7.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative

2015-0052



Description: Two unidentified children
Date: July 27, 1974
Location:
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 6. We have negative. This was with negatives related to B. G. Harder. See 2015-0048.

2016-0017



Description: Stone barracks, Fort Riley; see 2014-0989 for front of postcard.
Date: ca. 1918
Location: Fort Riley, Kansas
MLA filing: World War I - Mennonite COs
Original Size: 13.5 x 8.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:
Note: Folder 4.

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