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Early photographs V

This file contains photographs of various individuals, events and places. Some photographs are in a postcard format.

[Peter V. Verigin, Anastasia Holoboff, Fedosia Verigina]

This file comprises of letters written between Peter V. Verigin, Anastasia Holoboff and Fedosia Verigin of personal nature as well as of discussing community concerns. This file also contains a few letters written to Fedosia by Podivinnikov and J. J. Verigin.

[Writings, articles, song]

This file consists of writings, articles, letters, song, accounts by various authors including: I. Barisoff, Biriukoff, P. Sergieveski. These documents relate to the history and aspects of ideology of the Doukhobor community. Some of the documents include: Plan of activity of the Brotherhood by Biriukoff; an account of Relocation of Larion Kalmykov to Caucasus; an excerpt from publication with letters by [Peter V. Verigin?]; article: Trista let s…, (1912); writing: Doukhobor answer to the veterans resolution of Feb. 13th 1919: Toil and peaceful life; Doukhobors on the Crossroads. Also, it contains a text of Doukhobor song “Pesnia” printed on the original CCUB of Alberta Limited letterhead. This file contains a few original mimeographs, but most of the documents are photocopies. Most of the documents are in Russian, except for three in English.

Youth

This file consists of images that depict the individuals usually dressed in traditional Doukhobor clothing.

[Land Act and other land documents]

This file consists of copies of the Land Act certificates from early Kootenay settlement, patents, notices, title certificates, list of charges, liens and interests and other land documents that relate to various members of the Doukhobor community. This file relates also to the CCUB, the USCC and the Sons of Freedom.

Family portraits

This file consists of images that depict the individuals usually dressed in traditional Doukhobor clothing.

Large format photographs

This file contains large photographs most of the mounted on boards. The photographs depicts peoples, places and events between early 1900 and 1945 in BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan. The images depict harvesting activities, Doukhobor choir, and Anastasia Holoboff.

Elders

This file consists of images that depict the individuals usually dressed in traditional Doukhobor clothing.

William Devitt

File consists of correspondence with the Corporation of the District of Burnaby regarding Stonebanks’ research about William Devitt, Inspector with the Canadian police force that was responsible for locating draft dodgers, as well as a photograph of Devitt.

[Nude protests]

This file contains images of sensitive nature. The file includes images of Doukhobor protesters, some nude and some semi-nude.

At work

This file consists of images that depict the individuals usually dressed in traditional Doukhobor clothing.

[Verigin Fedosia and Hoboloff, Anastasia]

This file consists of a memorial book and program of Fedosia Verigin’s funeral, article about Anastasia Holoboff by John W. Friesen, notes, newspaper clipping, and photographs depicting Anastasia and Fedosia life in Alberta, including their funerals.

[Family keepsakes]

File includes handwritten prayers, notebooks, and cards from Ina Blaser’s first communion members of the Blaser family.

Group gatherings

This file consists of images that depict the individuals usually dressed in traditional Doukhobor clothing.

[Miscellaneous (Makortoff family and Doukhobor community)]

This file consists of photographs defined by the collector as Miscellaneous collection. These photographs depict Makortoff family members as well as various members of the Doukhobor community. The individuals depicted in this group of photographs are usually dressed in the fashion of the time period rather than in the traditional Doukhobor clothing.

Early photographs IV

This file contains photographs of various individuals, events and places. Some photographs are in a postcard format. One postcard include image of Peter P. Verigin III (Jasterbov) standing over coffin of his son, Vasya in 1931. Peter P. III died in a concentration camp in 1942. Some believe Vasya did not, in fact, die and should have been the logical successor to Chistiakov.

[W.T. Arishenkoff's records]

This file consist of William (Vasily) T. Arishenkoff’s (Areshenkoff) records including outgoing and incoming correspondence, telegrams, forms, government publications, lists, reports, notebook, meeting resolutions, and protocols. Arishenkoff was a member of the Central Executive Committee of the Named Doukhobors of Canada in Saskatchewan from 1930s to 1950s. These files include Arishenkoff’s correspondence with Peter Reibin accompanied by other letters that Reibin refers to in his correspondence. Other sender, recipients, and co-authors of documents includes: Peter Abrosimoff (Abrosimov), V. Konkin, Gregori Konkin, P. Ribaikin, N. Popoff, V. A. Sukharov, V. Dumov, S. Kondratov, F. F. Salovev, P. W. Streliev, W. F. Cheveldeiff, P. Negreiv, P. Makaroff, the Named Doukhobor Society of Canada, Federation of Russian- Canadians, Humphrey Mitchell (Minister of Labor), National War Service Department. The subject of these records is the USCC response to the Canadian government requirement of men registration for the military conscription purposes in 1940. These documents refer to the Doukhobor communities in B.C. and Saskatchewan.

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