Title of Collection

Kent & Amber Brantly Papers, 2010-2017

Document Type

Finding Aid

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Scope and Content Note

This collection contains a number awards that Dr. Brantly and his wife received, letters sent to the Brantyl's during and following his recovery from Ebola, a Liberian flag, pictures, and magazines. March 8, 2018: Two awards (one with a certificate and medal) along with a portrait of Dr. Brantly were added to the Colleciton. -Chance Juliano

Biographical Note

Dr. Brantly got contracted Ebola while being a medical missionary in Liberia. This is a collection of awards, thank you letters, and other recognition that he received in honor of his service to helping fight Ebola.

Donor Note

Kent Brantly


This collection remains in the order in which it is receieved. We are waiting to properly reorganize the collection until we receieve more materials from the Brantly's. Boxes 6-10 are located in oversized storage.

Content List

*March 8, 2018: A portrait of Dr. Brantly, along with a medal honoring his "Distinguished" Alumni status from Indiana University was added to box 3. A crystal award from Children's Hospital at Sinai for "Outstanding Contributions" was addedd to box 4. Lastly, the large certificate from Indiana University honoring Dr. Brantly's "Distinguished" Alumni status was added to the company of other over-sized items from the Brantly collection. Hence, the collection was expanded from 8 to 9 boxes. -Chance Juliano



Extent of Collection

10 boxes

Manuscript Number

Center for Restpration Studies Manuscript #322

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

Emily Wright


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