Classification scheme: Hist.Mss. 11

Microfilm  of unpublished source documents has either been purchased from another body, or has been created by the Mennonite Archives of Ontario.

Generally speaking, microfilm of unpublished documents must be used at the Mennonite Archives of Ontario.

  1. Mennonites in Canada - Microfilms obtained from National Archives of Canada, National Archives of the United States and Bethel College Historical Library by Frank H. Epp for his Mennonites in Canada project
  2. Mennonite Congregational records in Ontario (Produced under the sponsorship of the Multi-Cultural History Society of Ontario in 1978)
  3. Amos B. Hoover collection (Microfilm of materials relating to Old Order Mennonites and Reformed Mennonites filmed at the Muddy Creek Historical Library in Pennsylvania in 1978)
  4. Conference of United Mennonite Churches in Ontario (filmed by the Mennonite Heritage Centre in Winnipeg in 1980)
  5. World War I court martial records obtained from the National Archives in the United States
  6. Jacob H. Janzen correspondence, 1926-1950
  7. Northwest Conference of the Mennonite Church
  8. Mennonite Central Committee Canada, 1964-1970
  9. Jacob B. Mensch letter collection, 1863-1910
  10. Peter J. Braun Russian Mennonite Archive, 1803-1920
  11. Cemetery records from Archives of Ontario
  12. Land Transaction Records
  13. Census records
  14. St. Petersburg Archives (David G. Rempel microfilm collection)
  15. Odessa Region Archives - Fond 6
  16. Hermann Thiessen Prussian Genealogy Collection
  17. Ulrich Dueck Microfilm Collection
  18. Einwandererzentralstelle (EWZ) Collection
  19. Thomas A. and Katherine (Gingrich) Brady collection

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Mennonite Archives of Ontario
Conrad Grebel University College
140 Westmount Road North
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G6

Phone: 519-885-0220 x24238