Communities in MCStor
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Located in the Seminary Library in the B.D. Phillips Memorial Building
Finding aids of historic document collections of the Stone-Campbell Movement and Emmanuel Christian Seminary
Located in the P. H. Welshimer Memorial Library
Oral Histories and campus recordings.
Finding aids of historic document collections and artifacts of Milligan College.
Finding aid for the Betty W. and Lewis M. King Collection
Finding aid for the Grace Carpenter Rose Collection
Finding aid for the collection of Helen Sutphin
Finding aid for the James DeForest Murch papers
Finding aid for the collection of Laken Warnok and Nelta Hyder
Finding Aid for access to articles by former and current Milligan students and faculty in the journal Leaven.
Milligan in the news from the Public Relations Office and local news publications.
Finding aid for the collection of Minnie Burns Fugate
Finding aid for the Stout-Walker Athletic Photos Collection
Finding Aid for the records of The Mustard Seed Fellowship
Finding aid for the papers of W.P. Crouch
Finding aid for the Williams-Taylor House papers
Finding Aid for the Willis Baxter Boyd Papers
Exhibits from the College Archives.
Fall Exhibit 2018
This archival exhibit from the College Archives showcases historic deeds and documents relating to the founders of the Buffalo Male and Female Institute and Milligan College, including the 1867 subscription list of 79 names who donated to build the Buffalo Institute, later named Milligan College.
A selection of items from the exhibit celebrating 50 years of the Humanities program at Milligan College
Curated by Kristen Williams, Archive Intern, Class of 2018.
Curated by Larrun Maynor, Archives Intern, Class of 2019
Photographs from the Milligan College Archives and Special Collections and the Helsabeck Archives displaying campus scenes from Milligan’s 150 years.
Photographs of Milligan's student life, activities, faculty, staff and campus.
Yearbooks, Catalogs, Stampedes, etc.
Primary sources from the Holloway Archives used for class instruction.
William B. Greene, Jr. School of Business & Technology
Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Religion, and Master of Christian Ministries Theses.
Papers and projects completed in Emmanuel Christian Seminary graduate courses.