Color image of the carriage house on the Harrington-Merrill House historic property, 2011.

Carriage House

Carriage house on the Harrington-Merrill House historic property, 2011.

Carrie, Mary, and Laura Ingalls

Photograph of (left to right) Carrie, Mary, and Laura Ingalls taken c.1881. Image supplied by and used courtesy of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Home Association, Mansfield, Missouri.

Black and white photograph of people gathering for a Nonpartisan League meeting in Echo, c.1918.

Cars and people gather for a Nonpartisan League meeting in Echo

People gather for a Nonpartisan League meeting in Echo, c.1918.

Photograph of the Carson Choir at Mountain Lake Tabernacle, ca. 1930. Jacob Wiebe stands in the second row to the left of the lectern. Used with the permission of Glenn Wiebe.

Carson Choir

The Carson Choir at Mountain Lake Tabernacle, ca. 1930. Jacob Wiebe stands in the second row to the left of the lectern. Used with the permission of Glenn Wiebe.

Photograph of the Carson Male Chorus

Carson Male Chorus

Carson Men’s Chorus, 1930. Pictured are, in the back row, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Nick Weins, unidentified, Abe Dick, Abe Hooge, unidentified; in the middle row, Anton Dick, Abe Ewert, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Jacob Bartsch, unidentified, Ben Friesen, and unidentified; and in the front row, Henry Wiebe, unidentified, Ben B. Klassen, Jacob D. Wiebe, unidentified, Menno Wiebe, unidentified. Used with the permission of Glenn Wiebe.

Photograph of the Carson Male Chorus, 1949

Carson Male Chorus

Carson Male Chorus, 1949. Pictured are (back row) John Friesen, Frank Rempel, Pete Ewert, unidentified, Dave Schultz, Abe Hooge, unidentified, Clarence Winters, unidentified, Jacob Bartsch, and Jacob D. Wiebe; and (front row) William Neufeld, Harry Wiens, Ben Friesen, unidentified, Menno Wiebe, [Duke?] Wiens, Ted Lepp, Anton Dick, Albert Weins, Abe Ewert, Harold Wiens, unidentified, and Abe Dick. Used with the permission of Glenn Wiebe.
Source: Collection of Glenn Wiebe

Photograph of the Carson Male Chorus, 1952

Carson Male Chorus

Carson Male Chorus, 1952. Pictured are (back row) John Wiens, Pete Ewert, Frank Rempel, John Friesen, Henry Rempel, unidentified, Abe Hooge, P. W. Balzer, Abe Dick, Al Friesen, Clarence Winters. Middle Row: Menno Wiebe, Ted Lepp, Henry Ewert, Harry Rempel, Waldo Wiens, Albert Wiens, Duke Wiens, Harold Wiens, Isaac Wiens, Sam Dick, Ben Friesen; and front row: Anton Dick, Merv Gardner, William Neufeld, and Jacob D. Wiebe (director). Used with the permission of Glenn Wiebe.

Color image of Carson Mennonite Brethren Church, Delft, Minnesota (1949–2005). Photograph ca. 2000s.

Carson Mennonite Brethren Church

Carson Mennonite Brethren Church, Delft, Minnesota (1949–2005), ca. 2000s.

Color image of a memorial inside Carson Mennonite Brethren Church Cemetery, August 25, 2013.

Carson Mennonite Brethren Church Cemetery memorial

Memorial inside Carson Mennonite Brethren Church Cemetery, August 25, 2013.

Color image of the Carson Mennonite Brethren Church centennial celebration, 1975.

Carson Mennonite Brethren Church centennial celebration

Lillian Foth, Lena Ewert, Helen Wiens, Linda Friesen, Nettie Eytzen, and Rachel Wiens, sing as a sextet at a Carson Mennonite Brethren Church Centennial celebration, 1975.

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