Record Group 10: Lutheran Cooperation


Disparate, but sustained efforts at inter-Lutheran cooperation began in the late nineteenth century. Some cooperation was functional (nurses, music, etc.); other cooperative efforts were more explicitly ecumenical. Documentation tends to comprise programs and reports and other published materials from these various joint activities.

Free Conferences, 1871-1888 2".
National Lutheran Council,1937-1955 2.fols.
Choral Union, 1920-1960 3.0 cu. ft.
Common Lutheran Hymnal Commission, 1945-1954 2.0 cu. ft.
Spanish Hymnal Committee, 1956-1962 6".
Lutheran Home Missions, 1930-1943 6".
Lutheran Orient Missions, 1920-1975 13 cu. ft.
Zion Society for Israel, 1926-1962 16".
Lutheran Nurses Guild,1941-1968 1.5 cu. ft.
Men for the Ministry, 1956-1959 3".
Lutheran Brotherhood, Legal Documents, 1917-1928 1.fol.
Lutheran Students Association, Publications, 1922-1972 1. fol.
Am. Lutheran Congress, Youth Commission, 1932-1958 1.0 cu. ft.
Fargo-Moorhead Pastoral Union, 1947-1960 8".