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Seminary Archives are Growing

Phillips Seminary Archives and Preservation Librarian Joshua Miller-Shawnee is hard at work processing 15 boxes of archival material donated to Phillips Seminary by the Disciples of Christ Historical Society.

The Disciples of Christ Historical Society is relocating to a smaller facility on the campus of Bethany College necessitating the donation of unprocessed materials to archival repositories around the country.

Because of the seminary's participation in the Stone-Campbell Colloquy on the Pedagogy of the Archive, Phillips has been entrusted with the task of preserving this archival material for the developing multi-denominational Stone-Campbell Archive.

So far we have unearthed a letter from President Ronald Reagan and the handwritten minutes from the founding of what would become the Phillips educational system.

We are blessed to be adding these treasures to the newly formed Phillips Archives Space Terminal (The P.AS.T.).

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