Kitchener MWC Assembly

A Moment from Yesterday

March 16, 2022 | Opinion | Volume 26 Issue 6
Laureen Harder-Gissing | Mennonite Archives of Ontario
(Photo: David L. Hunsberger / Mennonite Archives of Ontario)

Mennonite Publishing House occupies a corner in the Kitchener (Ont.) Auditorium with its bookstand at the Mennonite World Conference assembly in 1962. Three women in the foreground gravitate towards the parenting books and the bestselling Mennonite Community Cookbook, while two men browse titles related to missions.

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More moments from yesterday:
Waldemar Janzen
Klippenstein house
Harold Cardinal
Key 73
Dancing problems

(Photo: David L. Hunsberger / Mennonite Archives of Ontario)

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