The Brady Collection comprises the core of the university's permanent collection of paintings and prints. It consists of a number of paintings, prints, and books from a variety of artists, mostly in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. This inventory identifies each piece by title, artist, physical description, theme, and physical location.
Allie Fisher was an early Church of God evangelist and partner with D.S. Warner in establishing the earliest network of congregations that would comprise the Church of God (Anderson) movement. In her last year of life she narrated this autobiography. The manuscript resided for many years in the Gospel Trumpet Company (later Warner Press) building, unpublished, before being deposited in the Anderson University archives. More about the manuscript's history can be read in the cover article of the newsletter linked in the Related URL.