This document is an Augsburg Seminary diploma that was presented in the 1880s. The diploma includes an engraving of the seminary's original Main Building which was destroyed by fire sometime before 1900. Diploma reads: Augsburg Seminary; Minneapolis, Minn. ... 188 ; Eksamens-Testimonium fra Augsburg Seminariums theologiske Fakultet; Hr. Kand. theol. ... har underkastet sig Eksamen ved Augsburg Seminarium og kan vi efter denne Pröve give ham vor Anbefaling som ... til det kirkelige Loere- og Praedike-Embede. Translation of diploma: Augsburg Seminary; Minneapolis, Minn. ... 188 ; The Certificate of the Exam from Augsburg Seminary's theological faculty; Mr. Candidate of Theology ... has undergone the exam at Augsburg Seminary and after this test we can give him a recommendation as [qualified, highly qualified, exceptional] to the churchly office of teaching and preaching.
Bachelor of Arts degree certificate for Ole Edward Rolvaag awarded by St. Olaf College of Northfield, Minnesota on June 13, 1905. Signed by J. N. Kildahl and J. O. Hougen. A cut several inches long goes through the top center of the certificate. Document was removed from its frame just prior to scanning.
Pharmacist license for Charles S. Finkelson of Northfield, Minnesota from the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy. Board signatures include Northfielder Marie A. Piesinger, the first woman in Minnesota to be on the pharmacy board.