Conrad Grebel University College
140 Westmount Rd N
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G6
Laureen Harder-Gissing MA MISt
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Archives is on the third floor of Conrad Grebel University College, within the Milton Good Library.
The Mennonite Archives of Ontario collects and preserves archival materials that reflect the Mennonite experience in Ontario and makes them available to anyone with a legitimate research interest.
Materials in many formats documenting predominantly local and provincial activities. Some materials also have national and international significance.
All information on this guide is ©2013 by the Mennonite Archives of Ontario, Conrad Grebel University College, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
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Citation example (Chicago style):
Harder-Gissing, Laureen. 'Introduction." Peace Research at the Mennonite Archives of Ontario, Mennonite Archives of Ontario. Accessed 17 Oct 2013. https://subjectguides.uwaterloo.ca/aecontent.php?pid=470467&sid=3852276.
Mennonite Statements on Peace and Social Concerns, 1900-1978
This compilation of Mennonite statements on peace and social concerns identifies the statements of U.S.-based Mennonite organizations. A copy is located in the Conrad Grebel library (HN37.M36M46 1980). It is a companion volume to the microfilm collection Peace and social concerns statements by the Mennonites and Brethren in Christ in Canada, 1787-1982 (G MIC A292), which has an accompanying index Where we stand : an index of peace and social concerns statements by the Mennonites and Brethren in Christ in Canada, 1787-1982 (Reference Z7845.M4F75 1986).