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Cuneiform Tablets

While cleaning out an old filing cabinet, I came across three odd-looking pieces of clay. I was going to toss them, but the collector in me decided against it. After doing some research, I soon discover they are artifacts depicting one of the earliest systems of writing.

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Quack ‘o’ Rama on display now at the Heritage Research Center

The Heritage Research Center is pleased to announce the opening of Quack ‘o’ Rama: A Collection of Questionable Medical Devices, a solo exhibition of quackery devices collected by the late LLU professor, William T. Jarvis, Ph.D.

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Modesty Never Hurts

For more than 100 years, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has been conducting camp meetings. These formal meetings . . .

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Gift of Commemorative Plates

When staff arrived at work Monday morning, they found four beautiful porcelain commemorative plates waiting for them . . .

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William Ward Simpson Prophetic Chart

Last week, the Heritage Research Center was privileged to receive one of the prophetic charts created and produced by William Ward Simpson . . .

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In Memoriam...

On July 16, 1915, ninety-nine years ago today, Mrs. Ellen G. White died. In honor of her life and memory . . .

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Pulpit from Campus Hill Church

On permanent display here at the Heritage Room is this solid pine wood pulpit from Campus Hill Church.