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Augustana Historical Society records
1918-2013 and undated

MSS 203

approximately 12 linear feet (24 boxes and two oversize folders)




Creator:

Augustana Historical Society.

Language:

English, Swedish

Access:

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection

Access points:

Augustana Historical Society.
Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.)--History.
Sweden--Emigration and immigration--History.
Swedish Americans.
Andreen, Gustav Albert, 1864-1940.
Belan, Judy.
Bengtson, Thomas Earl, 1953-
Bergendoff, Conrad John Immanuel, 1895-
Boaden, Ann.
Brodahl, Betsey.
Caldwell, John, 1926-
Foss, C. W. (Claude William), 1855-1935
Fryxell, Fritiof, 1900-1986.
Liljegren, Dorothy.
Paulson, Ross Evans.
Peterson, Melbert.

Finding aid prepared by:

Emily Hughes Dominick, 2007.
Updated by Kelsey O'Connell, 2010.
Updated by Helen Reinold, 2011.
Updated by Leslie Nellis, 2011.
Updated by Natalie D. Markovich, 2011.
Updated by Sarah Horowitz, 2012.
Updated by Julia G. Westblade, 2013.
Updated by Samantha Crisp, June 2014.

Preferred citation:

[identification of item], in MSS 203 Augustana Historical Society records, Special Collections, Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois.

Repository:

Augustana College Special Collections
Thomas Tredway Library
639 38th Street
Rock Island, Illinois 61201
309-794-7643
specialcollections@augustana.edu




Custodial History
Historical Note
Scope and Content
System of Arrangement
Container List
Related Collections
Appendices



CUSTODIAL HISTORY

Papers in this collection have been donated intermittently throughout the existence of the Augustana Historical Society by various members and officers. Where personal notes and annotations are important to the context of the records, papers are identified by the donor. Though a complete list of donors is not known, donors include Melbert Peterson, Judy Belan, Betsey Brodahl, Ann Boaden, Ross Paulson, Tom Bengtson, Dorothy Liljegren, John Caldwell, and Jamie Nelson.

 

HISTORICAL NOTE

Development and Goals
At a Library Committee Meeting of Augustana College in 1930, President Gustav Andreen proposed organizing an Augustana Historical Society (AHS). With sufficient interest, he was authorized by the committee to appoint a committee to "make preliminary surveys and suggestions for the organization of such a society" (Library Committee meeting minutes, January 16, 1930). He appointed C. W. Foss, history professor; O. N. Olson, Seminary professor; and O. L. Nordstrom, professor of economics. The three men met in the office of I. O. Nothstein, Augustana librarian, on January 22, 1930 to devise a draft of a constitution for the Society. I. O. Nothstein was elected secretary and C. W. Foss presided as chairman. The original objective of the Society was to preserve documents and objects of historical interest relating to "Scandinavians in America and of the religious movements among them, especially of the Augustana Synod, and of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in general" (AHS meeting minutes, March 12, 1930). Another priority of the group was to encourage historical research and publication. The first publication of the group was Professor Fritiof O. Ander's thesis on T. N. Hasselquist which appeared in 1931. This was the first of many books to be published by the Society (see appendices for a list of all of the AHS publications).

Today, the Augustana Historical Society has many of the same goals as originally established for the organization. Their object, as stated in the revised constitution of 1996, is to: "locate, gather, preserve, and publish literary materials bearing on the history of Augustana College, on the relationships of the college to the Lutheran Church, on the history of Swedish immigration to the United States, and on cultural connections between the United States and Sweden."

Special Projects
Early in 1970, a committee was formed to organize and identify historical materials in the AHS collections. The project was slated to begin in the summer of 1970. During the summer months, two Augustana students went to work with the collections. At the AHS board meeting on November 5, 1970, Dr. Fryxell reported on the summer project and the minutes are indicated as follows: "Materials were cleaned, cataloguing checked, protective covering applied and systematic storage provided. The collection is presently stored in North Hall." The artifacts in the AHS collections were more thoroughly researched by Everett and Hortence Lindorff, members of AHS and members of the Curatorial Committee. Starting in 1979, and volunteering for more than 12 years, the Lindorffs inventoried, organized, and traced the origins of the various artifacts. The items in the collections that were deemed not relevant to the AHS mission were donated to area museums or other departments of the college or were sold at auction. In 1991, the Lindorffs held an open house at the new AHS Museum located at Denkmann Hall.

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT

This collection has been organized into nine series: Administration, Meeting minutes, Correspondence, Financial records, Publications, Historical research and writings, Special Events, Photographs, and Miscellany.

Series I. Administration 1918-2000 and undated is organized into five sub-series: General, 1930-2000, Membership, 1932-2001 and undated, Museum, 1918-1992 and undated , Committees, 1934-1983 and undated, and Officer papers, 1934-1986. The General sub-series contains information about the early formation of the group, versions of the AHS constitution, and board member lists. The Membership sub-series contains general membership information as well as membership lists. The Museum sub-series consists of three sub-subseries: General (1918-1922 and undated), Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (1993-1998), and Bishop Hill Donation (2000-2001 and undated). General includes information about artifacts collected by the AHS. NAGPRA includes documents pertaining to the society's compliance to the 1990 act. Bishop Hill Donation includes information pertaining to the donation of artifacts by the AHS to Bishop Hill. The Committees sub-series contains papers used by several AHS committees including the Museum Committee, Curatorial Committee, Historical Committee, and Old Main Committee. This is not a comprehensive collection of committee records, but rather a grouping of committee information that was separated out by AHS officers or members. Many other committee reports are contained within the Meeting Minutes series. The final sub-series is the Officer papers. These are papers that were donated by AHS officers that have been kept together due to the volume of annotations and additional materials they contain.

Series II. Meeting minutes, 1930- is arranged chronologically. Besides the actual minutes, this series contains agendas, officer reports, committee reports, and other materials related to the monthly meetings held by the Augustana Historical Society.

Series III. Correspondence, 1930-2005 and undated includes letters received by officers of the AHS and in some cases, carbon copies of outgoing mail. This is not a comprehensive collection of correspondence and where appropriate, correspondence has been kept with other materials. Most notably, the publications series contains correspondence relating to publications.

Series IV. Financial records, 1930-1999, 2012 includes a variety of materials that would be handled by the treasurer including bank books, receipts, account statements, and cancelled checks. This series also contains materials created by the treasurer including reports, some correspondence, receipt books, and a cash book. The materials are arranged chronologically with the unbound materials at the beginning of the series, and the bound materials (receipt books and cash book) at the end. Also included is information relating to AHS's designation as a 501(c)(3) organization.

Series V. Publications, 1931-2012 and undated has been divided into five sub-series: Manuscripts information, 1931-1998, Occasional papers, 1975-1977, Papers to be considered, 1979-1999, Newsletters, 1980-2012 and undated, and Other publications, 1935-2000. The Manuscripts information sub-series contains materials relating to the publication of the Augustana Historical Society monographs; see the appendices section of this finding aid for a comprehensive list of AHS publications. The information found in this sub-series is organized by publication number, which is generally chronologically ordered. Not all of the publications are represented in this sub-series and information relating to specific publications varies. Materials found in this sub-series include reviews, publicity materials, drafts, proofs, notes, printing information, and correspondence between authors and editors. The Occasional papers sub-series includes two shorter papers that were published by the society. The papers are listed as Occasional paper no. 12 and Occasional paper no. 13, but it is unknown how many of these articles were published. The Papers to be considered sub-series includes several proposals for publications. It doesn't appear that these papers were ever published. The Newsletter sub-series contains final versions of the AHS Newsletter as well as drafts, notes, and proofs of some issues. The final sub-series in this series is Other publications. This sub-series contains other items published by the AHS including brochures and booklets. Some of the items might be comparable to the "occasional papers" but were not marked as such.

Series VI. Historical research and writings, 1965-1998 and undated contains a variety of notes and articles on various historical topics. When known, the purpose of the material has been listed as part of the folder name. In some cases, these were materials compiled for a larger purpose such as an article or presentation. Notably, there are several articles written by Conrad Bergendoff that were originally published in the Swedish-American Historical Quarterly. The materials in this series have been arranged chronologically and those items that are undated are situated at the end of the series and organized alphabetically by title.

Series VII. Special events, 1941-2002 contains information relating to events hosted by the Augustana Historical Society. Included as special events are historical marker ceremonies, AHS annual dinners, and other events.

Series VIII. Photographs, 1950s-1990 and undated contains images of AHS members from the late 1950s, members at a meeting in 1990, and a proof sheet of images of a man standing in front of the bell tower on the Augustana campus. There are other photographs in other series of this collection most notably in "Augustana: A Historical Chronicle" (see box 1).

Series IX. Miscellany, 1931-2005 and undated includes newspaper clippings, newsletters from other organizations, AHS stationery samples, AHS note cards, AHS logos, and other items.

 

SYSTEM OF ARRANGEMENT

See scope and content for arrangement of specific series and sub-series.

 

CONTAINER LIST

BOX 1

Series I. Administration, 1918-2000 and undated

Subseries 1. General, 1930-2000

Founding meeting minutes, board members, membership, 1930
Constitution, circa 1930-1996, 2002
Board of Directors lists, 1964-1999, 2002-2003
Mission statement proposals, 2000

Subseries 2. Membership, 1932-2001 and undated

General membership information, 1973, 1978, 2001, and undated
Membership lists, 1932-1979
Membership lists, 1984-1988
Membership lists, 1993-2002
Membership lists, 2006-2012

Subseries 3. Museum, 1918-1992 and undated

Sub-Subseries 1. General

General museum information, undated
Illinois State Historical Society Awards Competition, nomination form and supporting materials, "Augustana: An Historical Chronicle," 1991
"Augustana: A Historical Chronicle," photographs, negatives, and descriptions, circa 1991
Information about artifacts, 1918-1992
Historical collections survey by Earl Manning and Katherine Milton, 1970 (2 folders)

BOX 2

Sub-subseries 2. NAGPRA

Sub-subseries 3. Bishop Hill Donation

Subseries 4. Committees, 1934-1983 and undated

Museum committee, Letters by Dr. Fritiof M. Fryxell, 1934-1973

BOX 3

Curatorial committee, Inventory of artifacts, 1983 and undated
Curatorial committee, Report and inventory, undated
Historical committee, 1935
Old Main committee, 1983
Nominating Committee, 2001

Subseries 5. Officer papers, 1934-1986

O. L. Nordstrom, 1934-1938 and undated
Dorothy Liljegren, 1972-1976
John Caldwell, 1980-1983
Ross Paulson, 1980-1986 (2 folders)

BOX 4

Series II. Meeting minutes, 1930-

Secretary's Book 1, 1930-1940
Secretary's Book 2, 1941-1959
Secretary's Book 3, 1960-1973
Secretary's Book 4, 1973-1980
1980-1981
1980-1982

BOX 5

1982-1988 (6 folders)

BOX 6

1988-2000 (13 folders)

BOX 25

2002-2013 (11 folders)

BOX 7

Series III. Correspondence, 1930-2005 and undated

undated
1930-1942 (13 folders)

BOX 8

1943-1989 (18 folders)

BOX 9

1989-2012 (13 folders)

BOX 10

Series IV. Financial records, 1930-1999, 2012

Treasurer's papers, 1930-1962 (18 folders)

BOX 11

Treasurer's papers, 1963-1999 (10 folders)
Receipt book, 1944-1950

BOX 12

Receipt book, 1953-1957
Receipt book, 1957-1960
Receipt book, 1961-1965
Cash book, 1944-1969
501(c)(3) filing application and acceptance letter, 2012

BOX 13

Series V. Publications, 1931-2011 and undated

Subseries 1. Manuscripts information, 1931-1998

Lists of items published by the Society, 1931-1998
Inventories, 1979 and undated
Publication no. 8, 1938
Publication no. 8, 1941
Publication no. 19, 1964
Publication no. 20, publicity and reviews, 1963
Publication no. 21, publicity and reviews, 1968
Publication no. 22, drafts, 1970 (2 folders)
Publication no. 22, galley proofs, circa 1970 (2 folders)
Publication no. 23, publicity, 1971-1974
Publication no. 23, illustrations from book, circa 1972
Publication no. 23, drafts, circa 1972

BOX 14

Publication no. 23, drafts and proofs, 1972
Publication no. 23, galley proofs, circa 1972
Publication no. 24, reviews and publicity, 1974
Publication no. 24, proof, 1974
Publication no. 24, galley proof, chapters 1-7, 1974
Publication no. 24, galley proof, chapters 8-13, 1974
Publication no. 24, galley proof, chapters 14-Bibliography, 1974

BOX 15

Publication no. 25, drafts and notes, 1977
Publication no. 25, proof sheets, 1977
Publication no. 25, publicity, 1977-1978
Publication no. 25, printing information, 1977
Publication no. 26, information about review copies, 1977-1978
Publication no. 26, correspondence, 1977-1978
Publication no. 26, photographs, circa 1978
Publication no. 27, correspondence, 1979
Publication no. 29, printing information, 1981
Publication no. 30, correspondence and other information, 1982-1983
Publication no. 31, printing information and dust jacket, 1984
Publication no. 32, printing information, 1984

BOX 16

Publication no. 33, proof, printing information, and publicity, 1984-1985
Publication no. 35, notes, correspondence and publicity, 1984-1987
Publication no. 36, publication committee file, 1987-1988
Publication no. 39, draft and proof, circa 1990
Publication no. 41, revisions from 1st edition, circa 1992
Publication no. 41, proofs, circa 1992

OPF-203/1-2 [formerly box 17]

Publication no. 41, proofs and pictures, circa 1992 [oversize]

BOX 18

Publication no. 42, printing information, 1994
Publication no. 45, manuscript, 1996

Subseries 2. Occasional papers, 1975-1977

no. 12, Jenny Lind Chapel, 1975
no. 13, Interdisciplinary Dilemma, 1977

Subseries 3. Papers to be considered, 1979-1999

Beck manuscript, 1922-1927
Bob Lee Mowery; Two papers on Cable family, 1979
E. Einarkron; "The Viksberg Story," 1988
C. Marcus Olson; Autobiography of O. N. Olson, 1989
John Norton; Swedish and American flags, 1999

Subseries 4. Newsletters, 1980-2013 and undated

1980-1981
Fall 1983-Spring 1984
Fall/Winter 1984/1985-Summer/Fall 1985
Fall/Winter 1987/1988-Spring/Summer 1988
Fall/Winter 1988/1989-Spring/Summer 1989
Fall/Winter 1989/1990-Spring/Summer 1990
Fall/Winter 1990/1991-Summer 1991
Fall/Winter 1991/1992-Spring/Summer 1992

BOX 19

Fall/Winter 1992/1993-Spring/Summer 1993
Fall/Winter 1993/1994-Spring/Summer 1994
1995
Spring/Summer 2002-Fall/Winter 2002
Fall/Winter 2003-Spring/Summer 2003
Spring/Summer 2004
Spring 2006 (75th Anniversary Newsletter)
Spring 2007
Fall 2008
Winter 2008
Spring 2009-Fall 2009
Spring 2010-Summer 2010
Summer 2010-Fall 2010
Spring-Fall 2011
Spring-Winter 2012
Winter 2012
Spring 2012
Spring 2013
Summer 2013
Galley proofs and drafts, Fall/Winter 1987/1988-Spring/Summer 1991 (7 folders)

BOX 20

Galley proofs and drafts, Fall/Winter 1991/1992-Spring/Summer 1996 (7 folders)
Miscellaneous information, 1988-1997 and undated

Subseries 5. Other publications, 1935-2010

Informational brochure, circa 1935
Brochure, "Cable Hall Old Main: A Brief Memoir," by Ann Boaden, 1983
Brochure, "Augustana Historical Society," circa 1994
Brochure ideas and drafts, circa 1992-2000
"The Planning of Wallberg Hall," by Fritiof Fryxell, 1999
"Two lectures delivered for the Augustana Historical Society," by Myron J. Fogde, 2000
Miscellaneous, 2000 and undated
Miscellaneous, 2006-2010, undated

BOX 21

Series VI. Historical research and writings, 1965-2005 and undated

Biographical sketches by Fritiof Anders, 1965
"On the fortieth anniversary of the Augustana Historical Society," by Conrad Bergendoff, Partial draft and reprint, 1971
Reprints and proof of article from Swedish-American Historical Quarterly by Conrad Bergendoff, 1971-1980
"Swedish-American migration research: It's standing today and perspectives for tomorrow," by Ulf Beijbom, circa 1982
Short essays by Conrad Bergendoff, 1983-1992 and undated
"Swedish Art Work in America," translated by Regina and Fritiof Fryxell, 1984
"In memoriam: Fritiof M. Fryxell, Interpreter," by Ann Boaden, circa 1986
"Old Main: Room by room history," by Lisa Hansen, 1987
Augustana library history compiled by John Caldwell, circa 1988
"The Cables and their connection with Augustana," by Ellen Tsagaris, 1988
Information about Emily Envall Dahlberg compiled by Judy Belan, circa 1989
"Bringing Messiah to Mediapolis: A history of Augustana Public Radio," by Kai Swanson, 1993
Reprints and proof of article from Swedish-American Historical Quarterly: "A Swedish University tradition," by Conrad Bergendoff, 1993
"John Hauberg's discoveries," by Conrad Bergendoff, presented at annual dinner of AHS, 1994
"Three perfect Swedes," by Myron Fogde, Spring lecture to AHS, 1998
Proposals, 2003-2005
Articles about the National Association of Geology Teachers (NAGT) by Fritiof Fryxell, undated
"Augustana's first broadcasting class," by H. Randolph Holder, undated
Biographical sketches, undated
Biography of Anders Olof Bersell (in Swedish), undated

BOX 22

Ideas for historical research, F. M. Fryxell, undated
Information about Augustana buildings compiled by Ann Boaden, undated
K. G. William Dahl research and writings by Judy Belan, undated
"Peace on Earth: Christmas 1945," undated

Series VII. Special events, 1941-2013

Indian Boundary Line marker, 1941
Historical service and marker dedication service commemorating Augustana College and Augustana Seminary during the years at Paxton (1863-1875), 1957
Dr. Bergendoff's 80th birthday party, 1975
Illinois Historical Society Convention hosted by AHS, 1976
AHS 50th Anniversary dinner, planning materials, 1980
AHS annual dinner, programs, 1980-1995, 2002, 2005-2012
AHS annual dinner, drafts of programs, 1986-1995
150th Anniversary Compact, 2010
AHS Annual Dinner, 2002-2012
Spring Program, 2003-2013
AHS 75th Anniversary, 2006
Miscellaneous, 1977-1995
Miscellaneous, 2003-2006

Series VIII. Photographs, 1950s-1990 and undated

AHS in the late 1950s, circa 1950s
AHS annual dinner, photographs, 1990
Proof sheet, undated
Neil Armstrong, undated

BOX 23

Series IX. Miscellany, 1931-2005 and undated

Newspaper clippings, 1931-2005 and undated (2 folders)
Programs and newsletters from other organizations, 1938-1999 and undated
Directory of Local Historical Societies and Civil War Round Tables of Illinois, 1961, 1964
Art conservation, restoration reports and photos, 1984
Information for the Quad City Heritage League newsletter, 1996
Note cards, undated
Logo samples, undated
Stationery samples, undated
Other Items, 1975-2005 and undated

BOX 24

Tri-fold promotional poster, circa 2005

BOX 25

Series II. Meeting Minutes

2002-2013 (11 folders)

 

RELATED COLLECTIONS

MSS 204 Augustana Swedish Institute records

 

APPENDICES

Presidents of the Augustana Historical Society
C. W. Foss, 1930-1935
O. L. Nordstrom, 1935 (president pro tempore)
Gustav Andreen, 1935-1937
O. L. Nordstrom, 1938-1949
G. Everett Arden, 1950-1951
Donald Rod, 1951-1952
G. Everett Arden, 1952-1955
Harry S. B. Johnson, 1955-1957
Louis T. Almen, 1957-1959
Victor E. Beck, 1959-1961
Iverne Dowie, 1961-1963
Betsey Brodahl, 1963-1965
Joel W. Lundeen, 1965-1967
Rudolph Edmund, 1967-1968
Herbert Glynn, 1969-1972
Dorothy F. Liljegren, 1972-1976
Harry Nelson, 1976-1979
Milford Nelson, 1979-1981
Ross Paulson, 1981-1983
Ann Boaden, 1983-1986
Mel Peterson, 1986-1987
Loryann Eis, 1987-1989
Peter Beckman, 1989-1990
Mel Peterson, 1990-1992
Keith Johnson, 1992-1994
Judy Belan, 1994-1996
Harold Sundelius, 1996-1999
Tom Bengtson, 2000

Publications of Augustana Historical Society
1. T. N. Hasselquist by O. F. Ander, 1931
2. The Early Missionary Work of the Augustana Synod in New York City, 1865-1866 by Gustav Andreen; The Iowa Synod's Attempt at Missionary Work Among the Indians, 1859-1865 by Henry F. Stack; Thomas Moran's Journey to the Tetons in 1879 by Fritiof Fryxell; The Historical and Cultural Background of Swedish Immigrants of Importance to their Assimilation in America by Albert F. Schersten; Swedish-American Newspapers and the Republican Party, 1855-1875 by O. Fritiof Ander, 1932
3. Augustana Book Concern by Ernest W. Olson; Christine Nilsson's Visit to Brockton, Massachusetts in November, 1870 by Evald B. Lawson, 1933
4. Early Life of Eric Norelius, 1833-1862 translation by Emeroy Johnson; A Guide to the Material on Swedish History in the Augustana College Library by O. F. Ander, 1934
5. C. W. Foss: An Appreciation by George M. Stephenson; Diary Kept by L. P. Esbjorn, 1849; Reports to the American Home Missionary Society, 1849-1856; The Sources of the Original Constitution of the Augustana Synod; Early Letters to Erland Carlsson; Sources on Revolutionary Europe, 1935
6. Swedish-American Literary Periodicals by G. N. Swan, 1936
7. Letters Relating to Gustaf Unonius and the Early Swedish Settlers in Wisconsin translated by George M. Stephenson, assisted by Olga Wold Hansen, 1937
8. The Problem of the Third Generation Immigrant by M. L. Hansen, 1938; Olof Olsson by Ernst William Olson, 1941
9. The American origin of the Augustana Synod and Contemporary Lutheran Periodicals, 1851-1860 by O. F. Ander and Oscar L. Nordstrom, 1942
10. Selected Documents Dealing With the Organization of the First Congregations and the First Conferences of the Augustana Synod and Their Growth until 1860, Part 1, translated and edited by I. O. Nothstein, 1944
11. Selected Documents Dealing With the Organization of the First Congregations and the First Conferences of the Augustana Synod and Their Growth until 1860, Part 2, edited by I. O. Nothstein, 1946
12. The Swedish Theatre of Chicago, 1869-1950 by Dr. Henriette C. K. Naeseth (published jointly with the Augustana College Library Publications), 1951
13. Smoky Valley People: A History of Lindsborg, Kansas by Emory K. Lindquist (published by Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas, but made a volume of the Augustana Historical Society Publications), 1953
14. Olaf Christian Telemak Andren, Ambassador of Good Will by Oscar N. Olson, 1954
15. Sward and Johnston, Biographical Sketches of Augustana Leaders by Oscar N. Olson, 1955
16. A. J. Lindstrom by O. N. Olson, 1957
17. Two Primary Sources for a study of the Life of Jonas Swensson by Evald R. Lawson, 1957
18. Prairie Grass Dividing by J. Iverne Dowie, 1959
19. Pioneering Adventures of Johan Edvard Lilljeholm in America, 1846-1850 translated by Arthur Wald, 1962
20. The Swedish Immigrant Community in Transition: Essays in Honor of Dr. Conrad Bergendoff edited by J. I. Dowie and E. M. Espelie, 1963
21. Immigration of Ideas: Studies in the North Atlantic Community. Essays presented to O. Fritiof Ander edited by J. Ivere Dowie and J. Thomas Tredway, 1968, second printing 1970
22. Vision for a Valley: Olof Olsson and the Early History of Lindsborg by Emory Lindquist, 1970
23. An Immigrant's Two Worlds by Emory Lindquist, 1972
24. An Immigrant's American Odyssey: a Biography of Ernst Skarstedt by Emory Lindquist, 1974
25. The Americanization of Carl Aaron Swensson by Daniel Pearson, 1977
26. Shepherd of an Immigrant People: The Story of Erland Carlsson by Emory Lindquist, 1978
27. Immigrant, Executive, Traveler: My Story by Birger Swenson, 1979
28. The Augustana Ministerium: A Study of the Careers of the 2,504 Pastors of the Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Synod/Church, 1850-1962 by Conrad Bergendoff, 1980
29. One Hundred Years of Oratorio at Augustana: A History of the Handel Oratorio Society, 1881-1980 by Conrad Bergendoff, 1981
30. Peter Fjellstedt: Missionary Mentor to Three Continents by Emmet E. Eklund, 1983
31. The Pioneer Swedish Settlements and Swedish Lutheran Churches in America, 1845-1860 by Eric Norelius, translated by Conrad Bergendoff, 1984
32. The Missionary Spirit in the Augustana Church by George F. Hall, 1984
33. An Historical Survey of the Augustana College Campus by Glen E. Brolander, 1985
34. Seven Sermons edited by Phil Schroeder (distributed by Augustana College Campus Ministry), 1986
35. Prophetic Voices for the Kingdom by Gregory Lee Jackson (distributed by Fortress Book Store, c/o Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago, Illinois), 1986
36. His Name Was Jonas: A Biography of Jonas Swensson by Emmet E. Eklund, 1987
37. The Church of Sweden on the Delaware, 1638-1831 by Conrad Bergendoff, 1988
38. The Story of John Fryxell by Fritiof M. Fryxell, 1990
39. A History of the Augustana Library by Conrad Bergendoff, 1990
40. In the Astronomy Tradition at Augustana by Harry E. Nelson, 1992
41. A Historical Survey of the Augustana College Campus by Glen E. Brolander, revised edition, 1992
42. Looking West: Three Essays on Swedish American Life by Jules Mauritzson, translated by Conrad Bergendoff, 1994
44. Aspects of Augustana and Swedish America; Essays in honor of Dr. Conrad Bergendoff on his 100th year edited by Raymond Jarvi (also published as v. 46, no. 3 of the Swedish-American Historical Quarterly), 1995
45. America: Reality and Dream; The Freeman Letters from America and Sweden edited by Axel Friman, George M. Stephenson, and H. Arnold Barton, 1996
46. On and beyond the Mississippi : essays honoring Thomas Tredway, edited by Dag Blanck and Michael Nolan, 2004


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