A Descriptive Guide to Missions-Related Archival Collections in the Center for Restoration Studies
This article raises awareness of unique archival missions-related collections held in the Center for Restoration Studies at Abilene Christian University. These collections reflect a long heritage of missionary activity in the Stone-Campbell Movement (SCM) especially among Churches of Christ in the twentieth century. Historians, missiologists, and theologians will find these collections of primary source material of interest as they seek to flesh out the historical record of past mission efforts and the global scale of the SCM. The collections preserve evidence of mission strategy and method including rationale, implementation, and outcomes. This article summarizes the content of forty-eight sets of personal papers and institutional and organizational records reflecting mission activity on every inhabited continent (c. 1880s–present).
Cox, Brady Kal and Ice, McGarvey, "A Descriptive Guide to Missions-Related Archival Collections in the Center for Restoration Studies" (2017). Library Research and Publications. 18.
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