Ellen G White Research Centre
The first of its kind established outside of the United States
Opened in 1974, the Ellen G White Research Centre is the first of its kind outside of the United States and is designed to equip you with the facilities and resources for research into the life and writings of Ellen G White and the overall history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
How to use the Ellen G White Research Centre
The in-person collection
Located on Newbold’s campus, the centre features a complete collection of Ellen G White’s published and unpublished letters and manuscripts of around 50,000 pages. A card index has been designed to enable researchers to find the material easily.
The collection is also available online.
If you’re interested in expanding your resources for study, the following links may be useful for your research:
James White Library – Andrews University
The Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research
Seventh-day Adventist Periodical Index White Estate
Digital Resource Library
The White Estate Digital Resource Centre (DRC) database features thousands of pages of documents that relate to Adventist History and Ellen G White.
The DRC also includes answers to thousands of questions submitted to the White Estate dating from the 1930s to the present day.
Frequently asked questions
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