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December 19, 1928

This is a copy of the undergraduate student newspaper from December 19, 1928. Articles included are: Morning Services Attract Friends of This College, Record at Luther College is Splendid for Dr. Tingelstad, Day-Students Have Gifts an' Everythin', Accepts Position as New President; Speech Excellent, Debate Outlook for '29 Season Seems 'Sunny,' Coffee, Doughnuts for Campus Work, 'Go and Teach,' Good Feature of Afternoon Program, A Lasting Gift, Daily Diary, To Doctor Tingelstad, Old Lab to Take Seat in Balcony as New Generation Comes Forth, Calendar, What Makes Everyone So Happy? Shh, It's Just a Friend, Santa, Officers are Elected for Mission Society, Programs for Amundson, and Alumni News.

Hallvardson & Vangsness Genealogy

A nine page trypewritten genealogical narrative of Markus Hallvardson and Brita Sjursdatter Vangsness and their families. It also explains that many families that came to America took the name of the farm from Norway that they lived on, so there are many Vangsness families in America that are in no way related by blood ties.

Carl Frederick Solberg Papers

The first two pages are a short biography of Carl Solberg written by the translator, C.A. Clausen. Also included in the collection is a collection of letters written when Carl Solberg was a war correspondent for "Emigranten." He traveled with the Fifteenth Wisconsin, the “Norwegian Regiment,” during the Civil War; and these letters are an account of his observations between 2 March and 4 April 1862.

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