Title of Collection

Subject Vertical File

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

9-2-2019

Inclusive Dates--Span

1950s-2019

Inclusive Dates--Bulk

1970-2010

Scope and Content Note

This file set preserves gathered information on topics relevant to the study of Stone-Campbell history and thought. The file set includes clippings, articles, references, bibliographic material and research leads. ACU Library staff began this set of files in the 1980s. It complements four similar sets of vertical files, all housed as part of the collections of Center for Restoration Studies: Biographical Files, Congregational, World Churches Files, and Organizational Files. In 2017-2018 arrangement and order was improved by removing and cataloging many published tracts and pamphlets. Some non-Stone-Campbell-related files were discovered in this process and were weeded from the collection. Many of the files were refoldered and the entire set was relabeled and an inventory created.

Donor Note

ACU Library staff collected these files from many sources, especially through donor gifts and submissions.

Arrangement

The Subject Vertical File is arranged in alphabetical order by topic or subject. Each entry in this finding aid corresponds to a discrete folder (or folders where indicated) within the file set. The folders are labelled with the subject descriptor and the generic call number (REST—VF—Subj).

Content List

See accompanying document for full folder-level contents list.

Subjects

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) -- History -- 19th century Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) -- History -- 20th century Churches of Christ -- History -- 19th century Churches of Christ -- History -- 20th century Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) – Missions Churches of Christ – Missions Clippings Correspondence Ephemera Manuscripts Photographs

Language

English

Extent of Collection

One four-drawer filing cabinet.

Use Restrictions

Materials are housed in Callie Faye Milliken Special Collections, Brown Library, Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas and are non-circulating. Access is available during normal business hours; prior appointments are preferred. Permission to publish, quote or reproduce items from this collection must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

Processing Status

Processed

Finding Aid created by

Don Waldrop; McGarvey Ice

Comments

Revised 2 September 2019

Creative Commons License

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

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