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Muehlhaeuser, Johannes, Reverend, 1803-1867


Found in 468 Collections and/or Records:

10 year history of the Wisconsin Synod, 1860

Identifier: S013.02.003.0032
Overview Handwritten 10 year history of the Wisconsin Synod by Muehlhaeuser.

A License to Preach, 1850-03-25

Identifier: S013.01.001.00003
Overview A license to preach handwritten in English possibly by Johannes Muehlhaeuser.

A Poem on Muehlhaeuser's Return, 1850

Identifier: S013.01.001.00006
Overview A printed poem written concerning Muehlhaeuser's return from a collection trip to the east coast of the United States.

Brochure from Germany to Muehlhaeuser. , 1861-01

Identifier: S013.02.003.0041
Overview Brochure from the Langenbert Rhine mission Society to Muehlhaueser.

Carbon Copies, 1858

Identifier: S013.01.001.00249
Overview Carbon copies of translated letters from Passavant in Pittsburgh, PA to Norelius from various dates in 1858. Not clear where the carbon copies came from or who is responsible for the translation. Also contains carbon copies of translated letters from William Hermson in Owatona, to Norealius. Also contains letters from C. F. Heyer in St. Paul, to Norelius.

Handwritten letter from Schultz to Muehlhaeuser, 1859-12-01

Identifier: S013.01.002.00134
Overview Handwritten letter in German from Joh. Schultz in Princeton, WI to Muehlhaeuser.

Issue of "The House Friend", 1859-07-01

Identifier: S013.01.002.0065

Jac. Weitbrecht to Muehlhaeuser, 1827-04-12

Identifier: S013.01.001.00001
Overview Hand written letter in German from Weitbrecht to Muehlhaeuser urging him to consider a career in the ministry.

Johannes Muehlhauser Presidency, 1849-12 - 1860-06

Identifier: S013.01
Scope and Contents This series contains letters to Johannes Muehlhaeuser and others during Muehlhaeuser's time as Synod President.

Letter from a Synodical Committee to Muehlhaeuser, 1858-07-27

Identifier: S013.01.001.00220
Overview Handwritten letter in German from a Synodical Committee in Town Jackson, WI to Muehlhaeuser. The letter is signed by Phil.Koehler, John Bading, G.Fachtmann, J. H. Roell, and J. J. Sauer.