Take a look at finding aids for the Manuscript Collections in the Rebok Memorial Library's Special Collections.
The archival collections listed here belong to the Rebok Memorial Library, as part of its Special Collections. These Manuscript Collections may include correspondence, photographs, manuscripts, artifacts, and other personal records typically donated to the Special Collections by individuals or entities.
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This collection contains a typed manuscript, titled “Some Personal Sketches”, created by Harvey Edson Rogers in the late 1930s and early 1940s; its contents include stories and documentation of the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, based on interviews with principal people as well as his own experiences.
This collection contains 191 photographs of varying sizes, depicting scenes in the United States, China, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines, documenting the lives of Samuel, Ella, and Gladys Frost, as well as people they knew and served with in those places. Most of the photographs are from the 1920s and 1930s.
This collection contains correspondence and other documents compiled or created by Dean Jennings (1934- ). The collection pertains to the theological debate and administrative issues related to the work of Desmond Ford (1929-2019), especially after the meetings held at Glacier View Ranch in 1980.
This collection contains documents, notes, a handmade hymnal, pamphlets, and books with marginalia once owned by J. Wayne McFarland (1913-2011), Seventh-day Adventist physician, administrator, editor, and educator, who was one of the co-creators of the Five-Day Plan to Stop Smoking.
This collection contains correspondence, photographs, and other documents related to the life and career of Lowell Reed Rasmussen (1907-1998), who was a Seventh-day Adventist educator and administrator. Some of the materials are related to his work with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, an accrediting commission based in the western United States.