The Center holds over 260 collections of personal papers of individuals prominent in the SDA Church and its work. These collections often include correspondence, topical files, lecture and sermon notes, research material, publications, photographs, reports, and many other types of material. All of the collections available for research use are shown below. All have a printed register, which is an information and user guide to the collections. These online registers require Adobe Acrobat software to view.
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Kansas Sanitarium Collection (13 boxes)
The Kansas (Wichita) Sanitarium was only open about 20 years before closing. This collection is largely the patient records of the last five years along with some other records. Due to the confidential nature of these records special arrangements will need to be made in order to use this collection.
John Harvey Kellogg Papers (4 boxes)
Includes correspondence with Seventh-day Adventists dating from 1902 to 1908 with a few to 1929. These are photocopies from the Kellogg Collection housed at Michigan State University.
Kilgore Family Papers (5 boxes)
R. M. and Charles Kilgore were prominent Adventist church leaders in the southern region of the United States in the early 1900s. This collection is largely family related correspondence. But there is a group of correspondence and other documents relating to the Southern Training School.
Ellen G. White Resources
Bibliography of Seventh-
day Adventist Publications
Personal Papers Register
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