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Durston, James Marion, 1920-2011 (Mss 571), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Mar 2016

Durston, James Marion, 1920-2011 (Mss 571), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 571. Letters of James M. “Brandy” Durston, a Bowling Green, Kentucky chiropractor and later a resident of Southaven, Mississippi, with copious reminiscences of people and places in Bowling Green. Includes material relating primarily to Durston’s church in Memphis, Tennessee.


Helm, Margie May, 1894-1991 (Mss 552), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Feb 2016

Helm, Margie May, 1894-1991 (Mss 552), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 552. Personal and professional correspondence and papers of Margie Helm, Auburn, Kentucky native and longtime Western Kentucky University head librarian. Includes ancestral and family correspondence and papers, photographs, and genealogical research on the Helm, Carson, Porter, Blakey and related families.


Hal Lindsey's The Late, Great Planet Earth And The Rise Of Popular Premillennialism In The 1970s, Cortney S. Basham Aug 2012

Hal Lindsey's The Late, Great Planet Earth And The Rise Of Popular Premillennialism In The 1970s, Cortney S. Basham

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

How people think about the end of the world greatly affects how they live in the present. This thesis examines how popular American thought about “the end of the world” has been greatly affected by Hal Lindsey’s 1970 popular prophecy book The Late, Great Planet Earth. LGPE sold more copies than any other non-fiction book in the 1970s and greatly aided the mainstreaming of “end-times” ideas like the Antichrist, nuclear holocaust, the Rapture, and various other concepts connected with popular end-times thought. These ideas stem from a specific strain of late-nineteenth century Biblical interpretation known as dispensational premillennialism, which ...


Mcelroy, Clarence Underwood, 1848-1928 (Mss 157), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Feb 2005

Mcelroy, Clarence Underwood, 1848-1928 (Mss 157), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscript Collection 157. Travel journals (2) kept by Bowling Green, Kentucky attorney Clarence Underwood McElroy during his trip to the Orient (1908-1909), starting at San Francisco. He describes the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii), Japan, Hong Kong, China, Philippines, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), etc. Includes passenger list of the S.S. Mongolia.