Programme for the graduation exercises of the Evang. Luth. Theolog. Seminary, Waterloo, Ont., June 2nd, 1914
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Description
Media Type
Text
Item Type
Programs
Description
Program for the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada's first graduation ceremony, held on June 2, 1914 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Waterloo, Ontario. Nils Willison was the only graduate. Includes program, speaker names and prayers. There are handwritten notes on the program.
Notes
Handwritten pencil and ink notes on the program.

Waterloo Lutheran Seminary is a seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada affiliated with the nondenominational Wilfrid Laurier University, located in Waterloo, Ontario. It was established in 1911 as the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada, and changed to its current name in 1960.
Date of Original
1914
Dimensions
Width: 14 cm
Height: 20 cm
Subject(s)
Local identifier
S2104_1-6
Collection
John A. Miller fonds
Language of Item
English; German
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.4668 Longitude: -80.51639
Copyright Statement
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Recommended Citation
Wilfrid Laurier University Archives & Special Collections
Reproduction Notes
S2104 Disc1
Contact
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Email:libarch@wlu.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

75 University Avenue West, Waterloo, ON Canada N2L 3C5

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Programme for the graduation exercises of the Evang. Luth. Theolog. Seminary, Waterloo, Ont., June 2nd, 1914


Program for the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada's first graduation ceremony, held on June 2, 1914 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Waterloo, Ontario. Nils Willison was the only graduate. Includes program, speaker names and prayers. There are handwritten notes on the program.