The first eighteen volumes of the Adventist Heritage Magazine dating from 1974 to 1998.
American Medical Missionary College was a co-educational Seventh-day Adventist medical school that operated from 1895 to 1910 in Chicago, Illinois and Battle Creek, Michigan, incorporated separately but sponsored by the Battle Creek Sanitarium. It offered a four-year course leading to the M.D. degree. John Harvey Kellogg served as the …
The collection consists primarily of letters from Harold Emmett Barr, writing from Cedar Pines Health Retreat, Oakhurst, California, to his mother, Sarah Ella Stowell Barr, who was residing in Riverside, California. The letters date between 1917 and 1939, with the bulk of the letters falling between 1937 and 1939, ending just days before …
This collection documents Robert LeRoy Bridgman's education and work as a nurse. Robert was born on November 11, 1899 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He attended the Iowa Sanitarium (Nevada, Iowa) Training School for Nurses, possibly graduating in 1922. He then attended the Paradise Valley Sanitarium and Hospital Training School for …
This collection of twenty-two photographs document, in part, the work of Edgar Ansel Bristol and the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Northern Michigan in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Five photographs show various members, including the Bristols, of the Petoskey (Mich.) Seventh-day Adventist Church; several more document early …
The Loma Linda University Digital Archive contains collections of archival materials including: Loma Linda University historic publications, photos and documents; Seventh-day Adventist historic publications, photos, bookmarks and other documents.