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Letters and documents relating to Rev. Bowen's ministerial career and family.
Papers concerning the Dallas Independent School District desegregation case.
A collection of woodcuts, engravings, and etchings by the foremost printmaker in Renaissance Europe.
A record of Emory's travels as a delegate at the Methodist General Conference in England.
Letters and documents from Littleton Fowler and family.
A noteworthy figure in eighteenth-century English Methodism.
Featuring the early years of the Missionary Society and Haweis's position with Lady Huntingdon.
Photographs and documents spanning the 1950s through the 1990s.
Legal documents from pioneering Dallas attorney J.L. Turner, ca. 1890s-1950s.
Sermons, documents, and images from the Kenneth D. Roseman Collection
Visual aids for promoting the denomination’s missionary work at home and abroad.
Included are autographs, photographs, and other documents that date from 1740 to 1917.
A transcription of Henry Moore’s argumentative account of the “biography controversy,” c. 1797.
118 glass slides that include images of the American Baptist Missionary Union ship Fukuin Maru.
Levi Olan was a prominent rabbi, scholar, and community leader.
Dr. Outler was a world-renowned theologian and Wesley scholar.
A variety of documents, images, and publications produced by, on behalf of, or about the school.
Correspondence written by and regarding the prominent 19th century French artist.
Twenty-seven issues of SERVICE were published between May 1920 and March 1926
Newspapers published by SMU students from 1915-1989.
The Rev. Vincent was a noted minister, author, educator, and public speaker.