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Graebner, August(us) Lawrence

(Gräbner; July 10, 1849–December 7, 1904). Son of J. H. P. Graebner*; b. Frankentrost, Michigan; educ. Conc. Coll., Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and Conc. Sem., St. Louis, Missouri; instructor Lutheran High School (later called Walther* Coll.), St. Louis, 1872; prof. Northwestern* Coll., Watertown, Wisconsin, 1875; prof. Wisconsin Syn. theol. sem., Milwaukee, 1878; prof. Conc. Sem., St. Louis, 1887. Visited Australia, New Zealand, and Europe 1902. Works include Dr. Martin Luther; Half a Century of Sound Lutheranism in America; Geschichte der Lutherischen Kirche in America; Oatlines of Doctrinal Theology. Ed. Evangelisch-Lutherisches Gemeinde-Blatt (see Wisconsin Synod, 4); Der Lutheraner; Theological Quarterly.

K. Kretzmann, “The Reverend Doctor Augustus Lawrence Graebner, 1849–1904,” CHIQ, XX (July 1947), 79–93.

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