Concordia Junior Messenger: A Magazine for Lutheran Young People, also Official Publication of the Junior Walther League (March, 1931 Volume 9, No. 3)

By: Polack, W.G. [editor]

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Good Condition: Moderate cover wear. Stamped address on front cover otherwise unmarked. Intact. Age toning, brown age spots. Vintage magazine back issue copy of the Concordia Junior Messenger: A Magazine for Lutheran Young People, also Official Publication of the Junior Walther League. March, 1931. Volume IX, No. 3. Pages 50-72. 7.75 x 10.5 inches, 27 cm. W.G. Polack, editor. Published by Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, MO. Contributors to this issue: W.G. Walther, Frieda J. Seiferth, Nicholas Knight, Harriet Catherine Evans, Rev. Paul Koenig, and A.R. Kretzmann. William Gustave Polack (18890-1950) was a pastor in the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, seminary professor, author, and editor of the Concordia Junior Messenger from 1928 to 1939. The Concordia Junior Messenger first issue was January, 1923 as the official organ of the Walther League, its first editor was Rev. Alfred Doerffler. Its purpose as stated in a 1922 advertisement included interesting and well-prepared material on Biblical subjects, practical Christianity, church and secular history, missions, stories, and more. Each issue had 24 pages and illustrations, and the cost was 50 cents per year.Always! Free Standard Shipping in USA!

Title: Concordia Junior Messenger: A Magazine for Lutheran Young People, also Official Publication of the Junior Walther League (March, 1931 Volume 9, No. 3)

Author/Composer: Polack, W.G. [editor]

Categories: Books Christian,

Publisher: Concordia Publishing House: 1931

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Softcover

Seller ID: 014982

Keywords: Christian Publications Magazines, Magazine Back Issues, Concordia, Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, LCMS,