Fonds - Hedwig Bartling fonds

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Hedwig Bartling fonds

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  • 1950-1981 (Creation)
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    Bartling, Hedwig

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29 photographs
2 cm of textual materials

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([1907?]-1993)

Biographical history

Rev. Dr. Hedwig Dorothea Henrietta Bartling was born in Germany. As a young child, she emigrated with her family from Germany to Canada, settling in Saskatchewan, just a year before the First World War. In 1933, she was engaged by the Woman's Missionary Society (W.M.S.) of The United Church of Canada to work among the Ukrainian people in northern Alberta. In 1942, she went to Lethbridge to work among the Japanese-Canadian internees. After the war, Bartling worked first at the Chinese Christian Community Centre in Victoria, B.C. (1950-1951), followed by several years at Steveston United Church in Richmond, helping build the integrated Caucasian-Japanese congregation (1952-1956). Following three years at Queen's Avenue United Church in New Westminster (1960-1962), and studies at Union College, she was ordained. Hedwig Bartling died in 1993.

Custodial history

Hedwig Bartling gave the records to a friend from Steveston United Church, who later passed them on to Jean Kamimura.

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Fonds consists of the following record series: Photographs (1950); Academic records (1980); and Reference materials (1981).

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Records were donated by Jean Kamimura on December 15, 2020

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  • English

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Created January 7, 2021

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  • English

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