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MLC ARCHIVES Preserving your college of ministry’s history

The Martin Luther College Archives preserves and organizes records that document the history, development, and operations of Dr. Martin Luther College and Martin Luther College. This is possible with the help of your donated materials, including: • Realia and artifacts: memorabilia • Publications: handbooks, promotional material, Messengers and Tower Topics; published works by faculty, staff, and alumni; programs from chapel services, dedications, and special worship services; anything produced with the college logo • Items from students and alumni: letters, scrapbooks, photographs, publications, diaries • Other items that document the history of the college To help future generations understand D/MLC’s history, please consider donating your items to the MLC Archives. For more information about donating materials, please go to

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The MLC Archives went into hibernation on December 15, 2017. While in hibernation, the information held therein will not be available for research purposes, as there will not be staff available to do the work of locating, organizing, and monitoring the documents. No new articles, features, or other projects using archival information will be added to the MLC website. Basic mechanisms for gathering information will still be in place. Friends who wish to donate documents to the MLC Archives may do so by bringing archival documents to the MLC library, or by emailing digital items to Items donated during hibernation are valuable and will be cataloged should funding be procured for an archivist in the future. Read about the hibernation of the MLC Archives by visiting the MLC Archives website at

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