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Department of Economics Records

  • UA 4.5.1
  • Record group
  • 1967-2005

Contains records from Pacific Lutheran University’s Economics Department including correspondence, syllabi, event flyers, reports and studies, and documents pertaining to the Washington State Center for Economic Education.

Department of Social Work Records

  • UA 3.5.1
  • Record group
  • 1973-2002

Contains records from the Department of Social Work. Included are departmental correspondence, reports and studies, events information, and syllabi.

Department of Sociology Records

  • UA 4.20.1
  • Record group
  • 1931-2006

Contains records from the Department of Sociology. Included are departmental correspondence, various reports, meeting minutes, as well as documents related to classes, faculty, and events. Contents are primarily arranged according to subject matter.

Sons of Norway Supreme Lodge

  • SIE 1.2.1
  • Record group
  • 1903-2011

Correspondence, directories, calendars, etc., dealing with the history of the Sons of Norway. During a depression which began in 1893, 18 Norwegian immigrants living in Minneapolis created a fraternal organization as a mutual assistance society built on the moral principles of American fraternalism and based on a group assistance plan from Trondheim. The name “Sønner av Norge” was settled upon and the formal inception of the organization was completed on 16 January 1895. In 1903 a similar organization was founded in the Pacific Northwest, the Grand Lodge of the Sons of Norway of the Pacific Coast, and on 9 July 1910, the two organizations merged to become a nationwide organization with two districts.The mission of the Sons of Norway is to promote and preserve the heritage and culture of Norway, to celebrate its relationship with other Nordic countries, and to provide quality insurance and financial products to its members.

By the 1870s, Minneapolis, Minnesota had a very active nucleus of Norwegian emigrants, many of whom had come from the Trondheim area and settled in the northern part of the city. During a depression which began in 1893, 18 Norwegian immigrants living in Minneapolis created a fraternal organization as a mutual assistance society built on the moral principles of American fraternalism and based on a group assistance plan from Trondheim. The members of this assistance plan would pay a small amount each week and in return would receive free medical care for themselves and their families. The name “Sønner av Norge” was settled upon and the formal inception of the organization was completed on 16 January 1895. The Sons of Norway provided not only security against financial crises and a forum to celebrate their new nationalism, but it also served to preserve the literature, music and art which formed such a large part of the members’ Norwegian heritage.To qualify for membership, one had to be male, either Norwegian or of Norwegian descent, give proof of being morally upright, in good health, capable of supporting a family, and between the ages of 20 and 50. In 1903 a similar organization was founded in the Pacific Northwest, the Grand Lodge of the Sons of Norway of the Pacific Coast, and on 9 July 1910, the two organizations merged to become a nationwide organization with two districts. Today, the Sons of Norway has a total of 8 regional districts and membership in the United States, Canada, and Norway. The mission of the Sons of Norway is to promote and preserve the heritage and culture of Norway, to celebrate its relationship with other Nordic countries, and to provide quality insurance and financial products to its members. The organization provides opportunities for members to familiarize themselves with the culture and traditions of Norway through local lodge and district lodge activities and events.

Washington Posten

  • SIE 3.5
  • Record group
  • 1899-1961

Issues of the Washington Posten, a Norwegian-Danish publication of Seattle. Includes local and national news coverage, editorials, and advertisements for the Norwegian and Danish communities in and around Seattle.

Washington Posten

Vestkysten

  • SIE 3.4
  • Record group
  • 1925-1931

Norwegian publication of Tacoma and the state of Washington.
Editor: John Soley
Publisher: Puget Sound Publishing Company

Tacoma Tidende Publishing Company

Western Viking

  • SIE 3.6
  • Record group
  • 1929-1939

Issues of a Tacoma-based Norwegian weekly newspaper, published by the Puget Sound Publishing Company, Tacoma, WA.

Puget Sound Publishing Company

Mooring Mast

  • UA 8.10.2
  • Record group
  • 1924-2020

The Mooring Mast is PLU’s student-run newspaper, first printed in 1924. The unusual name of the newspaper came from the USS Shenandoah, a U.S. Navy airship. In nearby Fort Lewis there was a large mooring structure for the airship and the students derived the name from this in honor of the famed ship. Throughout its existence the newspaper was published as either 'The Mooring Mast' or 'The Mast.' The series in this collection show the different titles of the publication and years during which it was published as such. The newspaper includes coverage of campus events and activities, local and national news, athletics, editorials, and other information on student life and activities.

Christopher R. Browning Papers

  • UA 4.9.2
  • 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.

Holden Village Records

  • ELCA 7.3.1
  • Record group
  • 1944 - 2006

The Holden Village Records include information related to the founding of the Village, programming, projects, volunteers and staff, and the Cascade Mountain/Lake Chelan area of Washington. Limited documentation on the Howe Sound Mining Company and the Holden Village Mine are also available. Records include publications, sermons, writings about the Village, faculty and staff lists, blue prints and plans, maps, correspondence, committee materials, photographs, and audiovisual recordings.

Holden Village

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