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Scope and Content Note

This accession combines three previous accessions into a single collection. R 2007.843; R 2009.191; and R 2010.098 (each containing one cu ft box) combined into a single collection. None of the accessions had any contextual information accompanying the recordings, nor provenance, nor unifying collector or entity responsible for them. It is likely that they comprise accumulated single item donations. Further, it is also likely that since they did not fit neatly into the recording activity of Jack Burford, that they did not properly belong with that collection. Box 1 (2007.843) contains 7 inch audio reels and one 5 inch reel; some are labeled and some are blank or unmarked. Names include: Randy Becton, Bill Banowski, Juan Monroy, Stanley Shipp, John Allen Chalk, Glenn Owens, Ken Mick and Bob Scott. Box 2 (2009.191) contains sermon and lecture tapes, many from Lubbock Christian University events, some pertaining to youth ministry. Box 3 (2010.098) contains unmarked cassette tapes, nine 5 inch audio reels, five reels in tin cases titled "Tales from the Great Book."

Biographical Note

The collector(s) or donor(s) for these items are unknown.

Donor Note



The reels are not arranged, but briefly described in the content note.


Churches of Christ -- History -- 20th century



Extent of Collection

3.0 linear feet (3 boxes)

Manuscript Number

Center for Restoration Studies Manuscript #497

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

Drew Winters, Reid, Bridwell, Ron Longwell, Mac Ice, Amanda Dietz


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