The Portal to Texas History hosts archival Concordia documents from the 1920s through the 1990s. Holdings include images of the original campus of the Lutheran Concordia College, correspondence among Concordia's original Board of Control members, and Faculty Minutes through the 1950s.
See the finding aid describing Concordia's archival holdings at Texas Archival Resources Online.
LD 1281.C319 Z47 2013 Concordia on the Move, by David Zersen, 2013
LD 6501.C744 S7 Concordia of Texas from the Beginning: Reminiscences and impressions by Henry Studtmann as he recalled the people and events which promoted and shaped synodical education in the south, by Henry Studtmann, 1977
LD 6501. C744 W35 Cloud of Witnesses: The History of Concordia Lutheran College of Texas, by Mark Edward Wahlers, dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 1989
The Changing Nature of Church College Relations: A History and Case Study of Concordia University Texas, by Kristi Kirk, dissertation, Capella University, UMI number 3599205, 2013
This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and Texas State Library and Archives Commission, in addition to a mini-grant from the Portal to Texas History. Concordia University Texas gratefully acknowledges this support for digitizing the Concordia's archives and providing free public access these historical materials.
All materials copyright Concordia University Texas. Written permission to publish or display reproductions of materials held by Concordia University Texas must be secured from Concordia as owner of the physical property. For more information, please contact:
Concordia University Texas Library,
11400 Concordia University Drive
Austin, TX 78726