Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly
A journal for the history of Lutheranism in America Back Issues – Single copies cost $10.00 for any issue published during the past three years and $4.00 for issues published prior to that time. Shipping and handling will be added to the invoice for back issues. Order from: Concordia Historical Institute 804 Seminary Place St. Louis, MO 63105-3014
The Historical Footnotes newsletter is published biannually by the Institute to provide information for members and friends about our activities and holdings.
Information Sheets/Service Bulletins
CHI’s information sheets and service bulletins set forth the Institute’s policies and procedures as well as offering guidance for family and congregational archivists. Please feel free to copy or print any of the sheets or bulletins you find useful. These sheets and bulletins may be freely reproduced and distributed as long as the Institute’s name and address and a copyright notice are included. We are currently revising all the service bulletins and transitioning to the term “Information Sheets”. To read one of the available sheets or bulletins, click on it’s title and select the Adobe® icon or click on the Adobe® icon to the right of the title.
Faces of the Reformation
Concordia Historical Institute, in conjunction with the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod’s Board for Communications, provides these free-of-charge reproducible bulletin inserts, biographical handouts, and Bible studies for the church-at-large in preparation for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Pieces of Our Past
With this series, the Institute shares some of the interesting documents, artifacts and publications in our collection with background information on its meaning and significance.
Bibliography of North American Lutheran History
A bibliography compiled by Rev. Todd Zittlow, archivist of Concordia Historical Institute, which covers books on North American Lutheranism published during a given year.
Lutheran Historical Sites
A page with links to documents produced by Concordia Historical Institute featuring Lutheran historical sites.