Title of Collection
Clinton Hurley Collection, 1950s-2000
Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of personal documents and notes from Clinton F. Hurley who was the dean of the Graduate School at ACU. Dr. Hurley was also a professor of English during some of his time at ACU. The original provenance was kept in all boxes. The collection includes personal notes, Dr. Marian Hurley's Thesis, a notecard system, English teaching material, awards, plaques, copies of the Optimist, personal bibles, various personal papers, and oversized notepads and sermon charts.
This collection is arranged independently by box.
Box 1: Personal notes and folders. Dr. Marian Hurley's Thesis Boxes 2-4: Dr. Hurley's notecard system Box 5: Loose papers and folders. Mainly English and religious materials Box 6: Awards and plaques as well as copies of the Optimist, bibles, and notebooks Boxes 7-8: Personal notes and papers Box 9: Sermon charts and a large award Other oversized materials too large for a box are atop the self that houses the collection.
Churches of Christ--Texas
Extent of Collection
14 linear feet (9 boxes)
Center for Restoration Studies Manuscript #244
Center for Restoration Studies
Hurley, Clinton, "Clinton Hurley Collection, 1950s-2000" (2015). Center for Restoration Studies Archives, Manuscripts and Personal Papers Finding Aids. 235.
Closed to public research. Contact Milliken Special Collections for assistance
Finding Aid created by
ACU Staff, Audrey Schaffner
Hurley, Clinton F.; Hurley, Marian
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