Collection Number: A-0003 Collection Size: 3.1 linear feet HISTORICAL NOTE At the 1926 convention, the Synod declared that the fiscal officers of each district meet annually with the Board of Directors to decide the annual budget, to review its financial situation and to help the districts solve their financial problems.
Collection Number: A-0019 Collection Size: 69.3 linear feet Restrictions Folder #1452 (Box 40) is restricted. Please consult the Archivist concerning access to this file. Historical Note The LCMS. Executive Offices Records, 1944-1980, reflects the record keeping practices of the highest officials of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The president, the first
Collection Number: A-0011 Collection Size: 0.2 linear feet HISTORICAL NOTE A resolution for a Coordinating Council of Lutheran Agencies was proposed and passed at the 41st Synodical Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1950. The agencies that would be included in this Council were defined as those Lutheran agencies “soliciting funds
Collection Number: A-0008 Collection Size: 0.2 linear feet RESTRICTIONS LCMS records created 25 years ago or less are normally closed to research. Access to these materials may be obtained only with the written approval of the chairman, secretary or executive secretary of the board or commission concerned. Please consult with
Collection Number: A-0009 Collection Size: 2.5 linear feet, 7 volumes HISTORICAL NOTE A resolution to create the Council of Administrators was proposed and adopted at the 1959 San Francisco convention. The council was intended as a means for integrating the plans, budgets and policies of all the various agencies of
LCMS. Board of Parish Education, Superintendents Conference/Conference of Education Executives, 1921-1980.
Collection Number: A-0020 Collection Size: 1.7 linear feet Historical Note The Superintendents Conference was an organization created at the wish of teachers within church schools. In 1856 the Eastern District proposed that the Synod institute and elect a general school board for the supervision of its 114 parochial schools. In
Collection Number: A-0007 Collection Size: 0.2 linear feet RESTRICTIONS LCMS records created 25 years ago or less are normally closed to research. Access to these materials may be obtained only with the written approval of the chairman, secretary, or executive secretary of the board or commission concerned. Please consult with
Collection Number: A-0017 Collection Size: 0.4 linear feet HISTORICAL NOTE The Synod created the Bureau of Statistics at the 1923 convention. A statistician directed the bureau and reported to the Board of Directors. Anyone wishing to collect statistics was to apply to the bureau “to learn how far their desires
Collection Number: A-0038 Extent: 6.00 cubic feet Arrangement: This collection is arranged in 6 boxes, which contain 277 folders Collection Material Type: Official Records (papers and photographs) This collection was transferred to Concordia Historical Institute from the Department of Human Care and World Relief, LCMS in April 2008. Organizational History:
Collection Number: A-0010 Collection Size: 0.8 linear feet, 5 volumes HISTORICAL NOTE At the Missouri Synod convention in 1920 the Literature Committee was created and consisted of two members of the synod in addition to the manager of Concordia Publishing House. The board organized in July 1920, electing Rev. M.