Title of Collection
Glenn L. Wallace, 1930-1981
Scope and Content Note
This collection contains papers from Glenn L. Wallace. The collection contains information about Herald of Truth, sermons, notes, lessons, articles, manuscripts, notebooks, membership lists, funeral sermons and other papers. Also includes two New Testaments, and a 75th Anniversary Society award given to Leola Duckworth Wallace. An Issac Watts hymnal was removed and catalogued.
Nephew of Foy E. Wallace, Glenn L. Wallace was born in 1907. He married Leola Duckworth. He was baptized by E.S. Fitzgerald in 1923. He began his preaching career in Abilene, Texas in 1925. Wallace attended Abilene Christian College where he received his B.A. degree. He also attended Friends University in Wichita, Kansas. He worked with churches in Kansas, Texas, and California, eventually moving back to Abilene in 1946 where he began working with the College church. He was a regular contributor to the Christian Worker, the Gospel Advocate, and the Firm Foundation. He did a great deal of evangelist work through the years working mostly in the mid-west states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas. He also did a six-month effort in the British Isles establishing and settling works there in progress.
Arranged by subject.
General Box Topic List Box 1: Lessons and Sermons Box 2: Articles by Glenn L. Wallace Box 3: Manuscripts and Sermon Notebooks Box 4: Sermon Notebooks Box 5: Sermon outlines, and Church Records Box 6: Sermons Box 7: Two New Testament Bibles, a Cokesbury Marraige manual, and a 75th Anniversary Society award
Churches of Christ--Texas, Churches of Christ--Texas (Abilene)
Extent of Collection
3.5 linear feet (7 boxes)
Center for Restoration Studies Manuscript #31
Center for Restoration Studies
[Identification of item], File or Folder Name, Glenn L. Wallace Papers, 1930-1981. Center for Restoration Studies MS #31. Milliken Special Collections, Brown Library. Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX.
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Finding Aid created by
Reid, Audrey Schaffner
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