© Mennonite Heritage Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba (Last updated February 12, 2009)
This series consists of minutes, reports and correspondence of the elected leadership of the Conference. The files are all originals, although much of the material consists of carbon copies of letters sent to persons other than the addressee. Minutes and reports of the post-1950 era are usually mimeograph copies. The financial ledgers are, of course, the original handwritten volumes. The early CMC minutes are of interest for anyone working on the history or sociology of the church in western Canada or of Mennonites in particular. They tell the story of how a small nonconformist group acculturated to its host society.
Series description and inventory file lists available
The language used in correspondence was exclusively German until 1958 and almost exclusively English after 1967.
Some personnel files restricted