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Norlie, Olaf Morgan

(January 11, 1876–June 22, 1962). B. Sioux City, Iowa. Educ. St. Olaf Coll., Northfield, Minnesota; Milwaukee (Wisconsin) State Normal; U. of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin; United Norw. Luth. Ch. Sem., St. Paul, Minnesota U. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota Prof. Luther Coll., Decorah, Iowa, 1919–28, 1933–41; Hartwick Coll., Oneonta, New York, 1928–32. Dean Grad. School, Hartwick Sem., NYC 1932–33. Codifier The Evangelical* Luth. Ch. 1951–54. Hist.; statistician. Ed. The Translated Bible 1534–1934; other works include The Academy for Princes; An Elementary Christian Psychology; The Bible in a Thousand Tongues; Simplified New Testament.

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