C.F.W. (Carl Ferdinand Wilhelm) Walther (1811-1887) Papers, c.1828-1887.
Collection Number: M-0004 Collection Size: 16 linear feet BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Carl Ferdinand Wilhelm Walther (C.F.W. Walther) C.F.W. Walther was born 25 October 1811 in Langenchursdorf, Kingdom of Saxony, as the eighth child (of twelve) to Pastor Gottlob Heinrich Walther and his wife Johanna Wilhelmina Zschenderlein. Only six of their twelve
Robert David Preus Collection, 1920-1996.
Collection Number: M-0016 Collection Size: 33.5 linear feet, 21 audio cassettes, 2 video cassettes Biographical Sketch Donor Information The collection was donated to Concordia Historical Institute by Mrs. Donna Preus in April 1996. Restrictions Folders 1008-1017 are closed for research for a period of 20 years (2019). Permission to access
Koehler Family Collection, 1828-1985: The Wauwatosa Theology.
Collection Number: M-0017 Collection Size: 14.2 linear feet Biographical Sketches Christian Philipp Koehler (1828-1895) Rev. Christian Philipp Koehler was born on 8 October 1828 in Neuwied2 on the river Rhine, state of Rhineland Palatinate in Germany. He was the son of a brocade linen weaver in a home industry at
Edward L. Arndt (1864-1929) Papers, 1864-1995.
Collection Number: M-0005 Collection Size: 9.3 linear feet BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Edward L. Arndt was born on 19 December 1864 in Bukowin, Pomerania. He came from a strongly Lutheran family that left Pomerania (the Polish Corridor) to improve their living standard in America. They settled on the west side of Chicago