Andrews Treasures Exhibit September 27, 2013

Model of home

Be inspired by God’s leading of His church as you view the original trunk that J. N. Andrews used on his historic mission trip, Uriah Smith’s desk, artifacts from Battle Creek and a display outlining the 150-year history of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. In addition, the Center’s collection includes rare books, a handwritten Bible, Torah scrolls, and Sire Isaac Newton manuscripts.

Recently, CAR transferred old 16mm film of our campus into a digital format, which is now available for your viewing pleasure as part of our Andrews Treasures exhibition. The footage provides a vivid glimpse of life on the Emmanuel Missionary College campus, including 1940 Founders Day, 1941 graduation, construction of Nethery Hall, scenes from the campus farm and dairy, College Press, campus buildings and classroom scenes.

Model of home

Model of Ellen and James White’s home on Wood Street in Battle Creek, Michigan

Andrews Treasures Exhibit September 27, 2013

Dr. Burt, director of the Center for Adventist Research, giving an introduction to the Center.

Andrews Treasures Exhibit September 27, 2013

Poster of the Andrews Treasures Exhibit

Andrews Treasures Exhibit September 27, 2013

Alumnus of Andrews University viewing the exhibit “The Bible Through the Ages” at the Center for Adventist Research

Andrews Treasures Exhibit September 27, 2013

Alums looking at the Andrews Treasures exhibit at the Center for Adventist Research

Andrews Treasures Exhibit September 27, 2013

Two visitors at the Andrews University alumni weekend event “Andrews Treasures” view an original 1843 Millerite Prophetic chart on display at the Center for Adventist Research.

Andrews Treasures Exhibit September 27, 2013

Two visitors talk with Dr. Burt, director of the Center for Adventist Research, while viewing the Sir Isaac Newton manuscripts on display.