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Howard Lutz manuscripts


Held at: Haverford College Quaker & Special Collections [Contact Us]370 Lancaster Ave, Haverford, PA 19041

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Emilia Fogelklou (1878-1972) was born July 20, 1878, in Simrishamn, Sweden. She studied in Uppsala, where she received her bachelor's in 1906, was a candidate in theology in 1909, and received honorary doctor of divinity in 1941. She taught at various Swedish institutions, including at the teacher's college in Kalmar, at the national institute, and at the University of Stockholm. She was a peace activist and attended the Women's Peace Congress in 1915. Fogelklou joined the Society of Friends in 1932, and wrote many religious pieces. Fogelklou died in Uppsala in 1972.

Howard Ten Broeck Lutz was born in Philadelphia in 1921. He earned a bachelor's degree from Haveford College in 1945, and a master's degree in Scandinavian Studies from the University of Minnesota in 1957. Lutz taught at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, from 1951 to 1956. Lutz was appointed to the history faculty at the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire in 1957, where he was instrumental in the development of the Scandinavian Studies program. He retired from UW--Eau Claire in 1989. A Quaker and a pacifist, Lutz was a conscientious objector in World War II. During the Vietnam era, he opposed the creation of a ROTC program at UW--Eau Claire, and counseled students seeking conscientious objector status. Lutz was active in several professional and community organizations, including the American Association of University Professors and the Eau Claire West Side Neighborhood Association. Lutz died on December 26, 1990.

Information from the finding aid for the Howard Lutz Papers at the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire Special Collections & Archives.

This collection is comprised of three volumes of manuscripts concerning Emilia Fogelklou's life, writing, and involvement with the Society of Friends, written by Howard Lutz during his time as the T. Wistar Brown Fellow at Haverford College during the 1973-1974 academic year. The manuscripts included selected translations of Fogelklou's writing, as well as biographical information about her, and Lutz's report on his fellowship.


Processed by Kara Flynn; completed October, 2015.

Haverford College Quaker & Special Collections
Finding Aid Author
Kara Flynn
Finding Aid Date
October, 2015
Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).

Collection Inventory

"Reality and Radiance" Part 1.
Box 7
Scope and Content note

Typed manuscript, "Reality and Radiance: From the Writings of Emilia Fogelklou," selected and translated from Swedish with a biographical introduction.

"Reality and Radiance" Part 2.
Box 7
"Selected Writings of Emilia Fogelklou".
Box 7
Scope and Content note

Manuscript, "Selected Writings of Emilia Fogelklou," translated by Howard T. Lutz in his capacity as T. Wistar Brown Fellow at Haverford College (1973-1974). Included in the selected writings are the following: "Eve-Two Stories (1907)," "Song for Pentecost (1908)," "The People of the Prophets (1908)," "Nike (1910)," "Two Men Talk of Death (1930)," and an autobiographical piece entitled "Bareheaded" (1950).

"About Emilia Fogelklou".
Box 7
Scope and Content note

Manuscript entitled, "About Emilia Fogelklou," which includes three sections: "Emilia Fogelklou Norlind- A Biographical Study with annotations," Emilia Fogelklou-Swedish Friend 1878-1972," and "A Biographical Introduction to the Writings of Emilia Fogelklou."

Fellowship Report , 1974-.
Box 7
Scope and Content note

Howard Lutz's "Report on the Activities of the T. Wistar Brown Fellow at Haverford College, 1973-1974." The report describes the research and writing that Lutz did in his capacity as the T. Wistar Brown Fellow during the academic year 1973-1974.

Related Materials, 1974.
Box 7
Scope and Content note

Additional related materials were organized into notes, a paper written by Lutz for the Friends Historical Association, as well as a draft of a biographical introduction.

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