Do you want to make an in-person research visit to the Adventist Archives? Find out how to apply for and set one up in this section.
The development of the church can be traced through the Church's records, which include legal instruments, minutes, reference files, reports, correspondence, publications, recordings, films, video and audio tapes, and photographs. This site marks the beginning of an effort to place some of the most referenced archival documents online and make them easily accessible to those seeking to use them.
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Only a fraction of the minutes, reference files, correspondence, reports, publications, recordings, photographs, and other audiovisual materials, held in the Archives and Library, have been digitized and made available to everyone through our online archives. Our catalog provides a convenient point of access, but it also is intended to provide a broad overview of what can be found in our vault and on our shelves, allowing researchers to get an idea of what we have beyond what is on the online archives, especially as they prepare for a visit to the Archives and Library.
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Finding aids are guides to specific collections of enduring value within the General Conference Archives and the Rebok Memorial Library, containing descriptions typically consisting of contextual and structural information about the collection. This information can be at the collection, folder, or item level.
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How should the materials in the General Conference Archives and the Rebok Memorial Library be cited? Find our recommended Citation Style Guide here.