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Blue Bonnet, Yearbook of Concordia Lutheran College, 1930
Yearbook for Lutheran Concordia College in Austin, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
[Translation of Letter from J. W. Behnken to R. Osthoff, July 12, 1926]
Translation of letter from J. W. Behnken to R. Osthoff regarding the construction of an apartment for a faculty member.
[Transcription of Letter from H. Fehr, October 17, 1928]
Transcription of letter from H. Fehr written in German on the front and back of a piece of Burnham & Fehr stationery.
Translation of Report of the Supervisory Authority of the "Lutheran Concordia College of Texas".
Translation of report regarding the development of Lutheran Concordia College of Texas. The report includes a section that asks that the institution retain its six year long course structure.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College Board of Control to William Hagen, April 26, 1928]
Translation of letter from Reverend R. Osthoff to William Hagen regarding building repairs.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College Board of Control to William Hagen, October 8, 1929]
Translation of letter from R. Ostoff to William Hagen regarding appropriations for Lutheran Concordia College of Texas.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College Board of Control to William Hagen, September 17, 1929]
Translation of letter from Concordia College Board of Control to William Hagen regarding appropriations for Lutheran Concordia College of Texas.
[Translation of Letter from H. Studtmann to "Vorsitzer", August 18, 1932]
Translation of letter from H. Studtmann, president of Lutheran Concordia College, to "Vorsitzer", speaking of his recent hiring of a Spanish teacher and the need to raise money for his salary.
[Translation of Letter from William Hagen to R. Osthoff, August 30, 1926]
Translation of letter from William Hagen to R. Osthoff saying that Osthoff's costs are too high.
[Translation of "Ordnung und Regeln"]
Translation of German portions of a book containing the rules and regulations for the operation of the institutional property of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States. Included is a cover page with translation notes.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College to William Hagen, August 26, 1926]
Translation of letter from Concordia College to William Hagen regarding a list of requirements for a new college.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College to William Hagen, March 24, 1927]
Translation of letter from Concordia College to William Hagen regarding the construction funding of a new college.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College to William Hagen, December 8, 1926]
Translation of letter from Concordia College to William Hagen regarding the construction funding of a new college.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College to William Hagen, December 17, 1926]
Translation of letter from Concordia College to William Hagen regarding the construction funding of a new college.
[Translation of Vocationsdiplom (Diploma of vocation) Document, August 17, 1927]
Translation of document written in German, titled "Vocationsdiplom" (Diploma of vocation), appointing Pastor R. Jagels of Livingstone, California, a professor at the Lutheran Concordia College of Texas.
[Translation of Letter from H. Studtmann to "Vizepraeses", February 9, 1927]
Letter from H. Studtmann, president of Lutheran Concordia College, to "Vizepraeses", written on his official letterhead, speaking of the resignation of a cashier named Mr. Fehr.
[Translation of Letter from R. Osthoff to H. Studtmann, September 2, 1927]
Translation of letter from R. Osthoff to H. Studtmann, relating recent correspondence with Pastor Hagen, Manz, and Jagels.
[Translation of Letter from J. W. Behnken to R. Osthoff, August 31, 1927]
Translation of letter from J. W. Behnken to R. Osthoff regarding Pastor Jagels.
[Translation of Letter from J. W. Behnken to R. Osthoff, October 18, 1927]
Translation of letter from J. W. Behnken to R. Osthoff regarding discussion over the appointment of a person named Jagels.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College Board of Control to William Hagen, March 5, 1930]
Translation of letter from Concordia College Board of Control to William Hagen regarding appropriations for Lutheran Concordia College of Texas.
[Translation of Memorandum Concerning Pastor Jagels Salary]
Translation of memorandum confirming Pastor Jagels as a professor of the Lutheran Concordia College of Texas, and assigning him a salary of $1500, signed by J. W. Behnken, Paul Nerger, H. Fehr, and F. R. Leschber.
[Translation of Letter to H. Fehr, October 13, 1928]
Translation of letter to H. Fehr discussing the construction of a sewer connection.
[Translation of Letter from Concordia College Board of Control to William Hagen, August 13, 1928]
Translation of letter from Concordia College Board of Control to William Hagen regarding appropriations for a new college.
[Translation of Letter from H. Fehr, September 19, 1928]
Translation of a letter from H. Fehr written in German on stationery from the Travelers Hotel in Brownsville, Texas.
[Transcription of Letter from H. Fehr, September 19, 1928]
Transcription of a letter from H. Fehr written in German on stationery from the Travelers Hotel in Brownsville, Texas.
[Translation of Letter from H. Fehr, October 17, 1928]
Translation of letter from H. Fehr written in German on the front and back of a piece of Burnham & Fehr stationery. Includes translation notes.
[Concordia Student Body, 1989-1990]
Photograph of the Lutheran Concordia College of Texas student body standing in front of Kilian Hall. Most of the students are standing in a square group while holding balloons. Other students can be seen in the windows of Kilian Hall. Kilian Hall itself is a two-story brick building with a tile roof. "Concorida Lutheran College" appears on a sign above the entrance to the right.
[Four People in the Chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church]
Photograph of three men standing on either side of a woman in the chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas. The people are identified as Reverend Immanuel Janssen, Robert Bauer, Mary Bauer, and Reverend Doctor Ray Fred Martens. The men are wearing dark pinstripe suits, while Mary Bauer wears a sweater and plaid skirt. Martens holds a folded award with an embossed insignia. The Bauers and Martens wear name tags. A decorated Christmas tree is visible behind the group.
[Three People in the Chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church]
Photograph of two men standing on either side of an elderly woman in the chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas. The two mustached men in dark pinstriped suits are identified as Reverend Immanuel Janssen and Revered Doctor Ray Fred Martens. Martens is holding an award embossed with an insignia. The elderly woman in the center is Cornelia Schultz. A decorated Christmas tree is in the corner behind the group.
[Concordia Board of Regents]
Photograph of the Lutheran Concordia College of Texas Board of Regents sitting around a rectangular wooden table with papers in front of them. The men are all wearing suits and are identified from left to right as: Paul Nerger, F. Reinhold Leschber, Reverend Albert F. Jesse, Reverend George Beto, Albert Schulz, and Reverend William Meyer. Handwritten notes appear on the back of the photo with cropping information and other notations.
[Nineteen Men in Studtmann Hall Lounge]
Photograph of twelve men in suits standing behind seven seated men in Studtmann Hall Lounge at Lutheran Concordia College. The men are identified from left to right as: (Back Row) unknown; unknown; unknown; unknown; unknown; unknown; unknown; Mr. Fred Frieling; Rev. Dr. Carl Heckmann; Rev. A. O. Rast; unknown; unknown; (Front Row) Rev. Dr. Henry Studtmann; Rev. Paul Eifert; Mr. F. Reinhold Leschber; Rev. Dr. Roland Wiederanders; Rev. Albert F. Jesse; unknown; and Rev. W. F. Bewie.
[Kilian Hall in the Early Evening]
Photograph of Kilian Hall, a building on the original campus of Concordia University Texas, seen through trees in the early evening. The top left corner on the back of the photograph has some discoloration.
[Concordia Board of Regents]
Photograph of the Lutheran Concordia College of Texas Board of Regents sitting around a rectangular wooden table. From left to right, the men are Paul Nerger, Reverend William Meyer, Reverend Albert F. Jesse, Reverend Doctor Roland Wiederanders, F. Reinhold Leschber, and Albert Schulz. The men are wearing suits, and all but Wiederanders are wearing eyeglasses. A crucifix is hanging on the brick wall in the background.
[Nineteen People in the Chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church]
Photograph of nineteen men and women standing in the chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas. They are wearing formal clothing, and many of them are middle aged or elderly. They are identified from the back left as Mr. Robert Bauer, Rev. Dr. Ray Fred Martens, unknown man, Mr. Mike Manuppelli, Mrs. Kelly Manuppelli, unknown man, unknown man, unknown woman, Mrs. Mary Bauer, unknown woman, Mrs. Cornelia Schultz, unknown man, unknown woman, unknown woman, Mr. Otto Teinert, Mrs. Elsie Teinert, unknown man, unknown woman, and unknown woman.
[Postcard from H. Studtmann to Reverend R. Osthoff, December 15, 1926]
Postcard with a note from H. Studtmann, President of Lutheran Concordia College, to Reverend R. Osthoff.
[Letter from Arthur Fehr to Henry W. Horst, December 9, 1929]
Letter from Arthur Fehr to Henry W. Horst, describing the architect's reasons for placement design. Fehr mentions an enclosed blue print.
[Letter from Arthur Fehr to Henry W. Horst, January 2, 1930]
Letter from Arthur Fehr to Henry W. Horst, explaining the patio style of garden that will be developed for college residences.
[Letter from Alex Heidel to R. Osthoff, August 4, 1930]
Letter from Alex Heidel to R. Osthoff, accepting the call for a position at the Lutheran Concordia College in Austin, Texas.
[Letter from Arthur Fehr to Henry W. Horst, February 3, 1930]
Letter from Arthur Fehr to Henry W. Horst, responding to questions regarding design, and discussing letting out bids for contracts.
[Letter from Arthur Fehr to Henry W. Horst, January 27, 1930]
Letter from Arthur Fehr to Henry W. Horst, discussing G. Viehweg's request for a separate parlor, dining room, sleeping porch, and basement at his on-campus residence.
[Letter from A. W. Huge to George J. Beto, August 1, 1947]
Letter from A. W. Huge to George J. Beto, informing him of money granted for an athletic field at the Austin school and information about how to notate the money on the Cash Disbursement Sheets.
[Letter from A. T. Knies to H. Fehr, September 15, 1930]
Letter from A. T. Knies of Texas Public Service Company to H. Fehr, containing a bid for installation of pipes, gas burners, and a kitchen range.
[Letter from A. T. Knies to R. Osthoff, September 15, 1930]
Letter from A. T. Knies to R. Osthoff, regarding the installation of pipes and burners.
[Letter from A. T. Knies to Lutheran College, September 12, 1931]
Letter from A. T. Knies to Lutheran College, containing a bid for gas services.
[Letter from Board of Control of Lutheran Concordia College of Texas to E. Seuel, November 9, 1920]
Letter from the Board of Control of Lutheran Concordia College of Texas, indicating the election of officers to the Board. Includes the signatures for the newly elected officers: Chairman, H. Gaertner; Secretary, K. Manz; and Treasurer, Arthur Fehr.
[Letter from Board of Control of the Lutheran Concordia College of Texas, July 5, 1926]
Letter from the Board of Control of the Lutheran Concordia College of Texas, indicating the election of officers to the Board, including R. Osthoff as chairman, A. R. Leschber as secretary, and H. Fehr as Treasurer.
[Letter from C. A. Dahlich to R. Osthoff, July 13, 1926]
Letter from C. A. Dahlich to R. Osthoff, containing a bid for school furniture.
[Letter from Becker Lumber Company to K. G. Manz, August 25, 1926]
Letter from Becker Lumber Company to K. G. Manz, containing a bid for school furniture.
[Letter from A. W. Huge to F. R. Leschber, November 21, 1929]
Letter from A. W. Huge to F. R. Leschber, advising new procedures for submitting vouchers for salaries.
[Letter from A. W. Huge to F. R. Leschber, January 23, 1930]
Letter from A. W. Huge to F. R. Leschber, providing information about a blanket fidelity bond covering the college treasurer and the college bookkeeper.