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Martin Luther College (New Ulm, Minn.)


Known as Dr Martin Luther College from 1884 to 1995. Formed from an amalgamation of Dr. Martin Luther College and NOrthwestern College in 1995.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Series 7: Prep School and Amalgamation Issues, 1960 - 1994

Identifier: S006.07
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.

The John C. Dahlke Collection

Identifier: B003
Scope and Contents Records in this collection are divided into three different groupings: 1) a variety of documents on the break with Missouri, 2) materials regarding the Revised Standard Version (RSV) translation of the Bible, and 3) miscellaneous pastoral documents from Dahlke's ministry. However, the significance of this collection is found in the first grouping, of which the majority of this collection consists. Dahlke's thoughts on the break with Missouri prove to be very significant. Not only...