Godfrey Dreher's Statement, 1842
Written in Columbia, S.C.
A class doodle of Thaddeus Boinest, 1849
The Diary of the Rev. Dr. Josiah Smeltzer
President of Newberry College, 1861-1877
Church Records and Miscellaneous Papers
Notes/Drafts/Comments on Sermons: Before 1872
The Diaries of Arthur Julius Stirewalt, 1900-1968
NC Synod Pastor and Missionary to Japan
Biographical Record United Evangelical Lutheran Church, Synod of North Carolina
Observations on American and Japanese Religion and Society, Notes Taken at Battle Creek
The Journals of Rev. John P. Margart, 1816-1901
Click here to view the finding aid to his collection
Many of the documents below are transcriptions.
Original documents are preserved at the Crumley Archives.
Sponsored by Mr. Roy Wise
St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Sumter Co. GA, 1870
Shiloh Lutheran Church, (?), 1843
Mt Pleasant Lutheran Church, Lexington SC, c. 1890
St Matthew's Lutheran Church, Calhoun Co. SC, 1799-1897
Zion Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC, 1792
History of Lutheran Churches in Orangeburg Co. SC, n.d.
"That Their Hearts Might be Comforted . . . ", n.d.
Te Deum Laudamus
Sponsored by the Rev. George Brookover, class of 1966
"The Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary Class of 1966 had a ‘virtual’ class reunion on May 15, 2021, in recognition of the 55th anniversary of our graduation.
During the online connection we discussed favorite moments, funny experiences, and recollections of professors and then President F. Eppling Reinartz and Richard Fritz the librarian.
During some extended exchanges about other recollections Carroll Robison inquired if anyone had a copy of the class project we had done together. Not all participating in the virtual reunion remembered the class project.
Before our class graduated, after multiple discussions, the classmates decided to compile a devotional. The booklet entitled, TE DEUM LAUDAMUS, is the outcome of the study, reflection, and composition of devotions for not only by members of the class; but also, by President Reinartz and the entire faculty and librarian Richard Fritz.
Classmate William (Bill) Earle Stone is applauded for the editor-in-chief role he performed for the booklet!
We are grateful to the Crumley Archives for agreeing to digitize the devotional booklet and to make it available not just for members of the Class of 1966 but also for anyone interested in utilizing the resource.
For many it will be an opportunity to discern the spirituality of the class and faculty. But also, our fellowship with one another as classmates from a wide variety of backgrounds and geographic locations.
Thanks be to God for our past together and our 55th reunion and connections going forward."
Victor George Brookover - Class President