The Fall-Winter 2017 issue (v.62, issue 2) of Concordia Historical Institute’s membership newsletter, Historical Footnotes, has just arrived at CHI and has been taken to our mail vendor. Take a look at what’s inside this outstanding issue:
“Lutheran History – Excellence in Publication and Service in 2016″ (a report on the CHI awards banquet and the awards granted), “From Saint Louis to Wittenberg – and Back Again” (Walter A. Maier’s KFUO microphone on display in Germany), “Why Adhesive Tape is More Hurtful than Helpful”, “Those Who have Gone Before” (a continuing column on commemorating rostered Missouri Synod Church Workers), “The History of the American Flag in Missouri Synod Churches”, “Mission and Ministry Moves Forward through the Generosity of Dr. Scott and Mrs. Eunice Meyer” (Estate Gift), “Congregational Resources Still Available” (Faces of the Reformation), “CHI Auxiliary Hosts 2017 Christmas Luncheon” (Dr. Erik Herrmann on the World of Martin Luther), “For All the Saints” (Memorial gifts given to CHI).
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Historical Footnotes is sent to all members of the Institute. The current issue is available to non-members for $2.00, with back issues available to members and non-members for that same price. Shipping and handling are extra for back issues.