Fonds S714.2 - Emil A. Gomann fonds

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Emil A. Gomann fonds

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CA ON00362 S714.2

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  • 1913-1969 (Creation)
    Gomann, Emil A.

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4 cm of textual records
14 photographs : b&w

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Emil A. Gomann (1889-1969) was an Evangelical Lutheran pastor, and a professor at various seminaries, including Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, in Waterloo, Ontario. He received a BA from Waterloo College (now Wilfrid Laurier University), and an MA from the University of Toronto. At Chicago Lutheran Seminary Gomann earned a BD, a STM, and a STD. Emil Gomann served in various parishes in Ontario, including Milverton, Chalk River, Petawawa, Linwood, and Denbigh. He taught at the Lutheran College and Seminary in Saskatoon, Central Lutheran Seminary in Nebraska, and one term at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary. Emil Gomann was the author of articles on education, theology, and philosophy.

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The fonds consists of notes, photographs, and pastor records created and accumulated by Emil Gomann.

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The collection was donated in 2005 after it was purchased at auction.


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  • English

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No further accruals are expected.

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