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  • Subject is exactly "Augsburg Seminary"

Mainly letters from Norway to the family of a Norwegian-American educator. Included are the citizenship papers of Michael Larson, 1885, and three letters by N. J. Thomasberg, then a student at Augsburg Seminary, to members of the Larson family.…

Reverend Lium student notebooks from when he attended Augsburg Seminary, 1883-1891. Margin notes by Professor Sverdrup.Includes essays: "Ambition"; "Vacation"; "Daniel Webster"; "The Feudal System"; "Originality"; "Wealth and Whay Sought"' "Out not…

Finding aid to the Lars A. Rossing papers
Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, scrapbooks and account books, photographs, and "The Rossings and Their Store" of a Norwegian-born merchant at Argyle, Wisconsin, dealing with merchandising, church, local history, and family interests. The L. A.…

Finding aid to the Friedrich August Schmidt papers, 1848-1926
History/Biography: Reverend Fredrich August Schmidt was born on January 3, 1837 in Thüringen, Germany. He graduated in 1853 from Concordia college. Four years later he finished seminary work at Concordia and became minister to a German congregation…

Finding aid to the A.O. Serum papers, 1871-1927
Correspondence, reports, speeches, articles, clippings, and account books of a Norwegian-born farmer at Halstad, Minnesota. The papers include school district reports; articles and letters treating the early days in the Red River Valley;…

Finding aid to the Houkom family papers, 1805-1938
Biography/History: Ole Bjørnsen (1783-1856) was born in Laurdal's parish in upper Telemark, where his father was a farmer.  In 1802, he was elected church singer and school teacher in Kviteseid. He was educated in Kristiansand under Bishop Hansen,…

Finding aid to the Lutheran Theological Seminaries papers, 1870-1998
Photographs, articles, catalogues, correspondence, histories, and records of a number of Lutheran theological seminaries founded by Norwegian Americans.
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