Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research is commissioned to preserve all
materials produced by the General Conference
of Seventh-day Adventists and its departments.
The archives houses over 20,000 linear
feet of records covering the entire period
of the Seventh-day Adventist Church history.
Patrons can trace the development
of the church through these records, which
include legal instruments, minutes, reference
files, reports, correspondence, publications,
recordings, films, video and audio tapes,
and photographs. This site marks
the beginning of an effort to place some
of the most referenced archival documents
in a flexible and expandable online system.
File Formats and
In order to view the different
file formats on this website, you may
need to download some of the associated
plugins or use other applications.
Problems using the DjVu Browser Plugin?
Want to search DjVu files on your own computer? If you have downloaded some DjVu files to your Windows 2000 Professional or XP Professional computer, you can use Windows search functionality to search the text layer in the DjVu file. Download the DjVu Shell Extension Pack and install it.
An even faster search method is to index your files: use Google Desktop Search, and install the Google Desktop DjVu Plug-in. It may take several hours to index your files, but searches will be much faster than the basic Windows search functionality.
more information regarding the General
Conference Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research please contact the Director,
For comments regarding site design
and functionality contact the
*Other free Plugins or Programs also read these file formats, such as WinDjVu, Foxit PDF Reader, or Open Office applications.