First Annual Minstrel, Presented by the Jerusalem Lutheran Brotherhood, Herrman's Hall, Wednesday and Thursday, October 22nd and 23rd, Nineteen hundred and twenty-four. Baltimore, Md.
Its objects are as follows: To lead men into fellowship with Christ and the Church; To promote the spiritual, intellectual and social welfare of its members; To quicken the activity and increase the efficiency of the congregation with which it is connected; and To give men in every condition of life, especially in time of trial, the stimulus of Christian comradeship and the inspiration that comes from associating with men of kindred aims.
Names in this online transcription include Arndt, Berger, Besold, Bopp, Botthof, Briebeck, Burgdorf, Christ, Eckmyer, Emmel, Faul, Frankenberger, Grace, Gramse, Grauer, Greensfelder, Hack, Hellwig, Hemle, Herrman, Hoffstetter, Huneke, Jahries, Kahler, Killian, Koppelman, Lentz, Lutz, Malwitz, Mann, Marx, McGreeney, Meise, Nicora, Northrup, Phillippi, Quick, Radecke, Rauber, Reinhardt, Reugert, Sack, Schmidt, Schone, Schuler, Schutz, Schwarz, Shaub, Sinsz, Sippel, Spiegel, Thomas, Ulrick, Vogt, Volz, Walker, Warnecke, Wild, Wilheim, Woerner, Wolf.
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