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Northwest District (LCMS) Edgar A. Brandt Hispanic Ministry Records

Identifier: NWD.31
Summary The papers and documents of the Rev. Edgar A. Brandt whose ministry was among the Hispanic people in the Yakima River Valley of Washington from 1975-1981.

Northwest District (LCMS) E. H. Brandt Papers

Identifier: NWD.43
Summary The papers contain the letters of The Rev. Edmund H. Brandt, along with biographical information.

Northwest District (LCMS) Christian Witness in Century 21

Identifier: NWD.38
Summary The records of the Northwest District's participation in the Christian Witness in Century 21 event of the Seattle World's Fair in 1962.

Northwest District (LCMS) Disbanded Congregations Collection

Identifier: NWD.13
Abstract The records of congregations that disbanded and mission starts that did not become viable in the Northwest District.

Northwest District (LCMS) Ed. Doering Papers

Identifier: NWD.24
Abstract The papers of Rev. Ed. Doering, pioneer missionary for the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod in the Northwest, along with biographical material.

Northwest District (LCMS) H. C. Ebeling Papers.

Identifier: NWD.41
Summary The records contain the correspondence of The Rev. Herman C. Ebeling, along with an essay and his autobiography.

Northwest District (LCMS) A. K. Engel Papers

Identifier: NWD.44
Summary Records contain the correspondence of A.K. Engel along with his reminiscences.

Northwest District (LCMS) Department of Evangelism Records

Identifier: NWD.26
Abstract The records of the Department of Evangelism of the Northwest District (LCMS).

Northwest District (LCMS) Fund Raising Campaigns Records

Identifier: NWD.21
Abstract The records of two fund raising campaigns in the Northwest District, Forward in Remembrance and Catch the Vision of His Mission.

Northwest District (LCMS) W. F. Georg Papers

Identifier: NWD.23
Abstract The papers of W.F. Georg, Superintendent of Missions for the Northwest District (LCMS), together with biographical information, 1920-1950.