Concordia University2.0 linear feet 1 record box, 1 document box, 1 oversize flat boxThe collection contains literary and news publications by Concordia University students.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Concordia University0.5 linear feet 1 document boxGetz and Holstein family history, including photos, family group sheets, and the story of the search in Germany and Russia for their heritage.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Concordia University1.5 linear feet 1 record box, 1 document boxCorrespondence and documents from the presidency of F.W.J. Sylwester, Concordia University's first president.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Concordia University0.9 linear feet 2 document boxesCorrespondence of Emil G. Jaech and other documents from 1973-1983 while he was president of the Northwest District of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. An important topic in the correspondence is that of the effects on the Northwest District from the controversy at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, that led to the formation of Concordia Seminary in Exile.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Concordia University2.1 linear feet in 2 records boxes.Records of the Oregon, Washington-Alaska, and Utah-Idaho districts of the International Lutheran Women's Missionary League.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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