Exhibits from the Eden Theological Seminary Archives
The following documents are exhibits from
the archives adapted as PDF files, which can be downloaded to your
computer. Viewing the files on IBM-compatable PCs requires Adobe Acrobat Reader (available for download at no cost from the Adobe website).
Recent Macintosh computers include software for viewing PDFs. Please
note that some of these files are very large and may take a long time to
Copyright notice: The
documents linked below are copyright © 2009 Eden Theological Seminary.
Permission is granted to download, print, and distribute these files for
educational and informational purposes. Reproduction electronically or
in print with the intent to sell is prohibited. For more information,
contact the Archives at Eden Theological Seminary, 475 E. Lockwood Ave.,
St. Louis, MO 63119.
Images of Eden, 2013
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Witness in the County: The German Evangelical legacy in Saint Louis County, 1838-1957
Download "Witness in the County"
Pietist & Pioneer: Ludwig Eduard Nollau, 1810-1869
Download "Pietist & Pioneer"
The Stones Cry Out:
Congregations of the
Evangelical Synod of North America
in the City of St. Louis, 1834 – 2005
"The Stones Cry Out," a 2005 archives
exhibit, features historical sketches and photos of St. Louis
congregations originating in the Evangelical Synod of North America.
Download "The Stones Cry Out" - Part 1(442kb)
Download "The Stones Cry Out" - Part 2 (447kb)
Set Apart to Serve: Evangelical Deaconesses in St. Louis, 1889 – 2005
This 2006 exhibit provides an overview of the history of the German Evangelical Deaconesses and their ministry in St. Louis.
Download "Set Apart to Serve" (3.2 mb)
The Place of Understanding: The Eden Seminary Library, 1850 – 2008
This exhibit from 2008 explores the
history and development of the Eden Seminary Library and commemorates
the 40th anniversary of the completion of the library building.
Download "The Place of Understanding" (4.9 mb)
Updated July 2009. Queries, corrections and problems should be submitted to Scott Holl, Archivist at Eden.