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Concordia University Texas Archival Collection: Can You Help Us Identify Names, Faces, and Places?

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Many people, places, and things in Concordia's archival collection are not identified. If you can identify names, dates, or other important information in Concordia archival materials, please share that information with the staff at Concordia Texas Library. Please contact the library staff at library@concordia.edu to share your identifications.

1941-1942 student body, Lutheran Concordia College

Concordia's collection includes numerous German language letters, as well as German language documents from the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. We welcome additional translations of our German materials. If you would like to translate a letter or other document, please contact us at library@concordia.edu.

 

1929 letter from Concordia President Henry Studtmann

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Rev. R. Osthoff letter

German language letter from Rev. R. Osthoff, chairman of the Texas District Board of Control

Hirschi Library

Student body in front of the Hirschi Library

Kramer Hall groundbreaking

People gathered at the groundbreaking of Kramer Hall

Kramer Hall, 1952

Students in Kramer Hall, 1952

Letter from Rev. R. Ostoff

Letter from R. Ostoff to the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri

Kilian Hall

Group in front of Kilian Hall, undated

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