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Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Olof Nelson Glim papers

Identifier: MSS 159
Abstract Olof Nelson Glim was born 15 December 1865 in Glimakra, Skane, Sweden. He emigrated to the United States in 1882. He received his B. A. (1893) and B. D. (1900) from Augustana College and Theological Seminary. He was ordained in St. Paul, Minnesota, as a Lutheran Minister in 1899. He served in several areas in the United States as a minister, including Pennsylvania, California, Oregon, New York, and Massachusetts. The Olof Nelson Glim papers, 1933-1944 and undated, contains a scrapbook of...
Dates: 1933-1944 and undated

Theodor LeVander papers

Identifier: MSS 162
Abstract Dr. Theodor LeVander was a professor of speech at Augustana College in 1932 to 1977, specializing in the area of rhetoric and public address. During his time at Augustana he also taught in the homiletics department of the former Augustana Theological Seminary. During his lifetime, LeVander was an active member of the World Council of Churches. He was a delegate from the Augustana Lutheran Church at world conferences in England in 1937 and Holland in 1948. The Theodor LeVander papers,...
Dates: 1936-1950 and undated

Jules G. U. Mauritzson papers

Identifier: MSS 123
Abstract Jules Göthe Ultimus Mauritzson was born in Sweden and immigrated to the United States in 1895. He graduated from Augustana College and became a pastor before serving as the head of Augustana's department of Swedish language and literature from 1901 until his death in 1930. The Jules G. U. Mauritzson papers, 1841-1992 and undated, includes Mauritzson’s vital records, sermons, lectures, teaching materials, programs and publications from his student life in Sweden, a scrapbook, memorabilia, and...
Dates: 1841-1992 and undated

Charlotte Odman papers

Identifier: MSS 63
Abstract Charlotte J. Odman attended Augustana College from 1934 to 1938. After graduating, Odman worked for the Augustana Book Concern in Rock Island, Illinois, and later at the Board of Publication of the Lutheran Church of America in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the co-editor of the weekly Lutheran Companion and a co-author of The Home Altar, among other Lutheran publications. The Charlotte Odman papers, 1908-1990 and undated, includes personal postcards, Odman's writings for the Augustana...
Dates: 1908-1990 and undated

Ross Paulson papers

Identifier: MSS 144
Abstract Dr. Ross E. Paulson was a history professor at Augustana College from 1962 to 1995. He specialized in American and European intellectual history, historiography, and interdisciplinary studies. During his time spent on Augustana’s campus, Paulson was very involved with the school. He served on many campus and faculty committees that served to improve the school’s academic system, student life, and overall organizational structure. Paulson researched and studied many of the relevant topics of...
Dates: 1930-2002 and undated; Majority of material found within ( 1958-2001)

John Thomas Tredway papers

Identifier: MSS 7

John Thomas Tredway was the seventh president of Augustana College, serving from 1975 to 2003. The John Thomas Tredway papers, 1958-1994, comprise Tredway's official papers from the first 5-10 years of his presidency. Papers include correspondence, financial data, campus planning documents, enrollment statistics, and subject files.

Dates: 1958-1994

Trinity Lutheran Church records

Identifier: MSS 407
Abstract Trinity Lutheran Church was founded in 1912 in Moline, Illinois, and continues to operate as of 2017. At the time of its founding, Trinity was one of the only English-speaking churches chartered with the Augustana Synod, a Swedish branch of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The church has strong historical ties to Augustana College, with its first three pastors having graduated from Augustana Theological Seminary and the precursor to its Sunday School program having been founded by...
Dates: 1854-2014 and undated; Majority of material found in ( 1912-2014)

Sven Gustaf Youngert papers

Identifier: MSS 139
Abstract Sven Gustaf Youngert immigrated to the United States from Sweden in 1886 at the age of 25. He studied at Augustana College and Theological Seminary for six years, until he was ordained as a minister in 1892. Throughout his life, he alternated between serving as a pastor for church parishes throughout the country and teaching at Augustana Theological Seminary. He served as the Vice President of Augustana College and Theological Seminary from 1920 to 1927 and as the Dean of the Seminary from...
Dates: 1883-1934 and undated

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African American student movements -- Illinois 1
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Black power 1
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Education, Higher -- Religious aspects 1
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Families -- Illinois -- Rock Island County 1
Feminism -- United States 1
First-wave feminism 1
Fund raising -- Illinois -- History -- 20th century 1
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Lutheran church -- Illinois -- Moline 1
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Persian Gulf War, 1991 1
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Political science -- Study and teaching 1
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Women -- Biography 1
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