Norwegian Heritage

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Title

Norwegian Heritage

Subject

Schoberg, G.L.

Description

A reading of a "Concordially Yours" radio broadcast, written and originally broadcasted on December 2, 1937 by G.L. Schoberg. This broadcast recounts the faculty club meeting, where members at several Norwegian dishes.

Creator

Schoberg, G.L.

Source

Concordia College Archives
RG 22.1.1 FF3 Box 1
P5162 GPF “Winter Carnival/ Ice Festival” - Candidates for queen of the 1964 Winter Carnival
P9458E - “Winter Carnival/ Ice Festival” - Candidates for Queen of the 1963 Winter Carnival
P17140 - “International Students” - Norwegian International Students Nina Boklund and
Anne-Helen Johansen from Oslo

Publisher

Concordia College Archives

Date

1937-12-02

Contributor

Collins, Jenna; audio recorder
Burrell, Corinne; video editor
Cole, Layne; researcher

Format

Video, .mov

Language

English

Type

Moving image

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Transcription

If you love it, the very odor is the elixir of the gods, if you don’t love it, you usually like the meatballs and melted butter. That refers to lutefisk, which same gelatinous one-time fish the faculty will consume from heavy platters, to the accompaniment of lefse and kling at the Faculty Club meeting December 5 at suppertime in the new recreation-dining hall. Professor Engebret Thormodsgaard will attempt to make satiated scholastics sing Christmas carols after the last gravy bowls have been whisked away.

Duration

47 seconds

Producer

Corinne Burrell, editor
Jenna Collins, audio recording
Layne Cole, photos/research

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Citation

Schoberg, G.L., “Norwegian Heritage,” Concordia Memory Project, accessed May 18, 2022, http://concordiamemoryproject.concordiacollegearchives.org/items/show/1321.