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Alaska Congregation Files

  • ELCA 3.2.1
  • Record group

The Alaska Congregation Files contain limited information on Lutheran congregations in Alaska received either from regional Synod offices or directly from the congregation. Files may contain Congregational Historical Record forms, written histories of the church, service programs and bulletins, Congregational Statistical Record forms, and newspaper clippings. For a limited number of congregations, photographs and/or Parish Records are also included.

Augustana Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church Records

  • ELCA 1.8.1
  • Record group
  • 1892-1962

Records of the Augustana Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church, including policies, procedures, and mission minutes. Also includes the records of the Augustana Lutheran Women and Augustana Lutheran Heritage Association.

Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church

Bjug Aanondson Harstad Papers

  • UA 1.2.3
  • Record group
  • 1848 - 1933

Papers of founder and first president of Pacific Lutheran University. Papers include information on the Aanondson/Harstad family and the Norwegian Synod.

Harstad, Bjug Aanondson

Bulletin

  • UA 8.2.5
  • Record group
  • 1911-1970

Produced by and distributed by the University, this publication included news and updates on University operations and letters from the President. The earliest years of the publication were primarily geared towards potential students while the later years focused more on alumni. The publication was titled as follows: "Pacific Lutheran Academy Bulletin," (1911-1912) "Pacific Lutheran College Bulletin," (1921-1959), "Pacific Lutheran University Bulletin," (1960-1964), "Reflections," (1964-1970).

Campus Ministry Records

  • UA 9.5.1
  • Record group
  • 1954 - 1995

Records documenting the founding, organization, management and operation of Campus Ministry from the years 1955 to 1995, including sermons, backgrounds of pastors, chapel papers and bulletins, religious life council records, student congregation records, and university congregation records.

Campus Ministry

Campus Voice

  • UA 8.2.9
  • Record group
  • 1996 - 1997

Campus Voice was a web page with news, upcoming events, and classified ads for the PLU community. It was created by the PLU Office of Public Information, and updated once a week during the academic year, twice a month during J-Term, and once a month during the summer.

Chris Tumbusch Photographs

  • UA 8.7.3
  • Record group
  • 1995-2003

The Chris Tumbusch Photographs record group is comprised of scanned images of the print photographs and negatives of PLU Director of Photography Services Chris Tumbusch, who served in that capacity from 1995 to 2003. Descriptions of the images are from a legacy system and are considered unverified. On scans of print photos verso text has been appended to the description when available and is preceded by the note "Back of photo."

The record group is divided into two series, Prints and Negatives. The Prints series is subdivided into Files of 50 images each. The Negatives series is split into subseries for each year.

Tumbusch, Chris

Christopher R. Browning Papers

  • UA 3.4.2
  • Record group
  • 1967 - 2015

The Papers of Dr. Christopher Browning includes information on his work as a historian, Holocaust scholar, consultant and expert witness for various legal and libel cases, Professor of History at Pacific Lutheran University (1974-1999), and the Frank Porter Graham Professor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (1999-2014).

Browning, Christopher R.

Class Schedules

  • UA 2.3.3
  • Record group
  • 1928-2009

Class schedules printed each semester beginning in 1928 and ending in 2008. Some folders in the collection include summer and interim schedules, preliminary fall schedules, or drafts.

The earliest class schedule in the collection was printed for the fall semester of 1928 by Pacific Lutheran College (PLC). Schedules were printed for each semester and were on single sheets of paper, beginning with letter size and growing beyond legal size as the list of classes grew, until they were printed on folded leaflets beginning in fall of 1946. During the 1956 – 57 school year the leaflet grew into a small booklet, which became the “First Book Edition” in 1968. The first summer catalog was printed in 1953, the first and only schedule for evening classes was printed in fall of 1963, and the first interim schedule was printed in 1970. Beginning in the early 1990s, the summer schedule was included in the fall schedule and the J-Term schedule included with the spring schedule.

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