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Articles, sermons, speeches, notebooks, and manuscripts of a Norwegian-born educator and theologian. Topics include child training, Norwegian language, Norway's literature and history, church schools, Ibsen, and reminiscences.Includes:Manuscript of…

Finding aid to the Lars Wilhelm Boe papers, 1896-1993
Articles, pamphlets, clippings, scrapbooks, and pictures dealing largely with biography. L. W. Boe was the fourth president of St. Olaf College. The two scrapbooks were compiled by his sister, A. Sophie Boe. The main collection of L.W. Boe Papers is…

Correspondence of a Norwegian-born teacher and sheep rancher written mostly from Montana, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, dealing with health, rural schools, politics, and economic conditions on farm and ranch. There are letters concerning St. Olaf…

The Language Situation in Norway and "Seventeenth of May Thoughts," by a visiting professor at St. Olaf College.

Papers of a teacher of Norwegian at St. Olaf College: a Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson letter and a scrapbook of clippings dealing largely with Bjørnson and the centenary of his birth; a scrapbook on O. E. Rølvaag and other writers (1931-1956); and a…

Contains pictures, programs, and clippings from Thompson's student days at St. Olaf College [Academy, 1893] and Luther College as well as from the Mount Horeb Academy. Mount Horeb Academy, St. Olaf College, Luther College. Majority of items are…

"The Significance of the St. Olaf Lutheran Choir in American Choral Music," a Master of Arts degree thesis at the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester. The study includes chapters on the history of the choir, a biography of F. Melius…

Papers of an author, journalist, and lecturer, consisting of a resignation letter addressed to the faculty of St. Olaf's school, a volume of travel letters published in Normanden, biographies, clippings, and a photograph. Includes: Erindringer…

Finding aid to the Rev. Parelius H. Rognlie papers, 1870-2000
Biography/History: Rev. Parelius H. Rognlie was born near Trondhjem, Norway, December 21, 1858. In 1870 he immigrated with his parents to the United States and lived in Houston County and eventually Lyon County, Minnesota. In 1881 he entered the…

Various programs and other material owned by Irvin B. Anderson, a St. Olaf College student, WWII Navy Veteran, Swift County, MN Treasurer and son of Norwegian Immigrants. Donated in Memory of Irvin Berge Anderson.Includes: Directories, programs,…
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