Northwestern Lutheran Academy
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Box 1 contains file folders 1-23 from Series 1: Documents regarding the NLA Board of Control Subseries 1: Correspondence, minutes and reports of the NLA Board of Control 1927-1979 Subseries 2: Documents regarding NLA enrollments – 1928-1979 Subseries 3: Documents regarding the Executive Committee/Local Board of the NLA Board of Control – 1928-1939 Subseries 4: Documents regarding the NLA Ladies’ Auxiliary – 1976Series 2:...
Scope and Contents This series consists of minutes, reports, correspondence and other documents regarding the administrative work of the NLA Board of Control during the entire period of its existence. The original minutes from the first meeting of the Board of Control in 1927 are included in this series. Included in the other Subseries are documents regarding: NLA enrollments, the first decade of the Executive Committee/Local Board of the NLA Board of Control, and the NLA Ladies’ Auxiliary. This series strongly...
Scope and Contents This series consists of correspondence, reports and other documents dealing with three of the synodical schools, the calling of professors and giving offerings for synodical schools. Specific schools are Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, Northwestern College and Northwestern Lutheran Academy.
Scope and Contents This series contains documents relating the study of prep schools in the Synod, especially as it related to the Northwestern Campus. Included are reports, statistics, and correspondence related to the Prep School Study Committee, Northwestern Lutheran Academy in Mobridge, SD, and Martin Luther Preparatory School in Prairie du Chien, WI. The series also contains documents relating to amalgamation and the eventual closing of the college and move to Martin Luther College in New Ulm, MN.
Scope and Contents The collection is made up of materials produced by or about Northwestern Lutheran Academy since 1927. This collection also includes the Reinhold A. Fenske papers from 1912-1985. The collection reflects the life of a small, Lutheran academy established on the prairies of South Dakota to offer a Christian education to the young adults of the outlying districts of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). This collection reflects the synod’s challenges of maintaining a school of this...