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Luther League monitor
Title : Luther League monitor Luther League monitor
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Source : Luther League monitor, 22 September 1943, p. 1
Date of creation : 1943
Format : Magazine
Dimensions : 250 x 185 mm
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Description :
The Australian Lutheran Churchfounded the Luther League,based on the American Walther League, in Adelaide in 1926.By 1932 almost every Lutheran parish in South Australia had a Luther League youth group operating. The object was to involve young people in the church and church activities through Bible studies, meetings and socials. Although aiming to 'arouse Lutheran consciousness' and 'inspire practical church work,' it was often also where many young men and women met their future spouses.
Coverage year : 1943
Place : Adelaide (S. Aust.)
Region : Adelaide city
Further reading :
Hoffmann, Merle. Interview with Merle Hoffmann (Perceptions of lifestyle and leisure of rural women in South Australia 1940-1960), 27 May 1994, OH 326/12



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