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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: Folke-Vennen operated as an evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian language newspaper published in Chicago from 1879 to 1933. It was first published by Rev. J. Z. Torgersen, 1879-1881, and then by W. Mortenson and Company, 1881-1903. It continued publication in 1903 by the Folke-Vennen Publishing Company with Lawrence Crook as proprietor and editor until publication ended in 1933. The office was located originally at 332 W. Indiana Street, Chicago, and later at 332 Grand Avenue (after 1909, became 1319 W. Grand Ave.). Folke-Vennen served as one of two periodicals that published conference minutes, announcements, news stories, and missionary reports of the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Association, today the EFCA, with a national office and archives in Minneapolis. and Evangelical, free (independent), Norwegian-language, Chicago-based Periodical
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