Sunday congregation, Greenwood, BC

Sunday congregation, Greenwood, BC: Recto
Sunday congregation, Greenwood, BC: Recto
Sunday congregation, Greenwood, BC: Verso
Sunday congregation, Greenwood, BC: Verso

Main Information

Date: March, 1943  How to Interpret Date
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  Date Note

Note on Date

Date based on Isabel Loveys' report, "Among the Japanese Canadians in British Columbia."

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Place: Greenwood, BC

Description: Madeleine Bock (WMS worker) in front row, third from left; Isabel Loveys; and Mrs. Ogura to the right of the woman holding the infant.

Archives Control Number: BCCA_2823_3b

Extra Information

Collection/Fonds Title: Pacific Mountain Regional Council Archives Reference Collection



Record Title: Sunday congregation, Greenwood, BC  Source

Source of Record Title

Title based on writing on verso

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Physical Description: 1 photograph : b&w ; 6 x 11 cm

Location of Original: Box P-23

Captions/Inscriptions:
  • Verso: "The congregation at Greenwood"

Rights:

People:
  • Bock, Madeleine
  • Loveys, Isabel McIntosh
  • Ogura, Mrs.

Subject(s):
  • Group portraits
  • Members of the congregation
  • Clergy--Ordained ministers
  • Teachers
  • Woman's Missionary Society
  • Internment
  • Children

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