Henry Earl Smith

Document Type

Finding Aid

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Scope and Content Note

This collection contains some of the personal papers of Henry Earl Smith, including sermon outlines, correspondence, and collected notes. These papers are housed in 1 box.

Biographical Note

Henry Earl Smith was a Christian preacher and educator. He taught at Harding College for twelve years. In 1949, he began preaching at the Church of Christ in Bridgeport, Texas. He died in Bridgeport in 1969.

Donor Note

Henry Earl Smith


This collection is arranged by material type. The sermon outlines are arranged in alphabetical order by title. The collection also contains an index of the sermon titles at the front of the box.

Content List

Box 1
[First Folder] Finding Aid
Sermon numbers
Sermons: A
Sermons: B
Sermons: C
Sermons: D
Sermons: E
Sermons: F
Sermons: G
Sermons: H
Sermons: I
Sermons: J
Sermons: K
Sermons: L
Sermons: M
Sermons: N
Sermons: O
Sermons: P
Sermons: Q
Sermons: R
Sermons: S
Sermons: T
Sermons: U
Sermons: V
Sermons: W
Sermons: Y
Church bulletins, 1960-1963
Correspondence, 1949-1958
Personal Notes
Newsletters, 1949-1963
Pamphlets and tracts
“Vision in the Eldership,” presented 1958, Abilene Christian Lectureship


Churches of Christ--Texas



Extent of Collection

0.5 linear feet (1 box)

Manuscript Number

Center for Restoration Studies Manuscripts #54

Physical Location

Center for Restoration Studies

Use Restrictions

Open to researchers. Contact Abilene Christian University Special Collections and Archives to make an appointment.

Processing Status


Finding Aid created by

ACU Staff, Kayla Sanderson, Amanda Dietz, Mac Ice

Subjects--Personal Names

Smith, Henry Earl, 1885-1969


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