The Seventh-day Adventist Heritage and Apocalyptic Studies Collection houses books on Adventist heritage, specifically those pertaining to the study of the books of Daniel and Revelation. The collection also features works by prominent non-Adventist authors, including Sir Isaac Newton, who did significant scholarship in this area.
Included in the collection are several first-edition books written by Ellen G. White as well as a copy of A New Concordance of the Holy Scriptures by John Butterworth that belonged to Joseph Bates. Additions to this collection come from librarian acquisitions, deaccessioned items from the library’s general collection, or from patron donations.
A BRIEF HISTORY
This collection began with deaccessioned items from the library’s general collection and is being supplemented with librarian acquisitions and patron donations.
Visit the Seventh-day Adventist Heritage and Apocalyptic Studies Collection page on the library's website to browse the collection and request to view items in person.