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Concordia Seminary (Saint Louis, Missouri)

 Organization

Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

Alfred Martin Rehwinkel Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Collection ID-0671
Scope and Contents

The collection contains biographical information, correspondence, sermons, travel documents, lecture notes and speeches, journals, exegeses, audiotapes, class notes, course materials, writings, manuscript, articles, photographs, museum pieces, magic lantern slides, and several books.

Dates: 1914 - 1984

Alfred O. Fuerbringer Papers

 File
Identifier: Collection ID-0335
Scope and Contents

The collection contains various files and correspondence dealing with the synod and notebooks covering a range of topics. A preliminary inventory is available at CHI.

Dates: 1922 - 1953

Anniversary of Graduation (Concordia Seminary, Saint Louis) Certificate (Laminated), 1984

 Item
Content Description From the Collection:

This collection contains various artifacts and momentos, some course notes, and a brief diary from the life of Chaplain Edgar J. Buerger.

Dates: 1984

Arthur W. Klinck Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Collection ID-0477
Scope and Contents

The collection contains pamphlets, record books, correspondence, assorted files and materials, class notes, articles, notes, bulletins, reports, papers, the President's Report to the Board of Control of Concordia Teachers College (River Forest), etc. There are also manuscripts and notes for articles and papers; photographs and printed material.

Dates: 1921 - 1959

Baton. A. Boehm. Concordia Seminary (Saint Louis, Missouri), 1889

 Item
Identifier: 65-7-RBD-97
Scope and Contents

A black, 14" long baton with brass caps at the end. On one end the cap is engraved with "A. Boehm Gewindmet von den ABITURIENTEN des Concordia Seminars". On the end of the cap is engraved "1889". Baton was used at Concordia Seminary by Rev. A. Boehm.

Dates: 1889

Concordia Seminary (Saint Louis, Missouri) Course Materials

 Series
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

The collection contains correspondence from R.R. Feuerhahn while he was serving in England, service folder from Westminster Abbey - Lutheran Vespers to mark the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's birth on 11/10/1983, funeral service bulletins from various relatives, and Feuerhahn family tree.

Dates: 1889 - 2010