Subseries 7.14 - Lutheran Theological Seminary, 1942-1973

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Lutheran Theological Seminary, 1942-1973

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  • 1942-1973 (Creation)

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48 photographs : b&w
5 photograph : slides, b&w
1 architectural drawing
1 audio reel

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The subseries contains source material from the Lutheran Theological Seminary. It includes minutes, reports, pamphlets, bulletins, yearbooks, audio reel, the student newsletter- Podium and news clippings. The subseries documents the building of the Lutheran Theological Seminary Building, along with the Male Chorus.

Established by the Norwegian Lutheran Church in America, the Luther Theological Seminary opened its doors in 1939. The Lutheran Theological Seminary was jointly operated with the LCA and had offered classroom training and internships to future pastors of the Church. Located in Saskatoon, the Luther Theological Seminary shared a campus with the Lutheran College and Seminary. In 1946, the Luther Theological Seminary moved to a separate campus.

Through a 1968 merger, the Lutheran College and Seminary and the Lutheran Theological Seminary turned the two institutions into the Lutheran Theological Seminary of Saskatoon. In the same year, the Seminary moved to the University of Saskatchewan's campus.

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