Anderson University and the Church of God Movement (Anderson, IN) have a rich heritage. The Archives focuses on collecting, organizing and preserving unpublished material, such as letters, manuscripts, and reports, so that they may be available for research. The Archives maintains two areas of emphasis: Anderson University and the Church of God Movement (Anderson, IN).
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If you have any questions, contact Nicholas Stanton-Roark by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (765) 641-4285.
During normal library hours, the archives is open Monday - Friday 9:30 a.m. - Noon and 1:00 p.m. - 2:30. To schedule an appointment please contact Nicholas Stanton-Roark by email (email@example.com) or by phone (765) 641-4285.
Archive Mission Statement
To collect, maintain, and preserve materials and collections which give evidence of the historical development and growth of Anderson University and the Church of God Movement (Anderson, IN).
About the Anderson University Collection
The Anderson University Collection emphasizes the official records of Anderson University from its 1917 inception as Anderson Bible Training School to the present. Notable collections include:
Presidents John A Morrison and Robert H Reardon Papers
Dean Russell Olt
Anderson College News and The Andersonian
SOT Faculty Papers: Adam Miller & Gene Newberry
Church of God Movement (Anderson, IN) Collection
This collection preserves official records and personal papers related to the history and development of the Church of God Reformation Movement. Notable collections include:
Early journals of D.S. Warner (1872 - 1880)
Papers of Barney E Warren, early Church of God hymn writer
F.G. Smith, Gospel Trumpet editor (1916 - 1930)
Early records of the Gospel Trumpet Company
This collections also includes congregational and regional histories, books written by Church of God authors, books published by Gospel Trumpet Company/Warner Press, Church of God pamphlets, Christian education curriculum, and national and regional periodicals, such as the Gospel Trumpet.
Because the Church of God is congregational in nature, there are very few records of genealogical interest.
Is it possible to get unrestricted access to the AU/Church of God Digital Library from off campus?
The Gospel Trumpet Publication is restricted beginning in the year 1923. If you wish to access the restricted years, you must click the below button. Access is only available to current Faculty/Staff and Students.
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