The Yale Divinity Library is world-renowned for its Day Missions Collection, documenting the missionary movement and world Christianity. This image comes from the papers of William and Charlotte Wiser, who were missionaries in India from 1915 to 1960.
Strengths of the library's special collections include documentation of the Protestant missionary endeavor, documentation of religious work among college and university students, records related to American clergy and evangelists, and unofficial records related to the life of the Divinity School.
The Divinity Library is delighted to announce the arrival of many of the special collections and archival materials of Andover Newton Theological School. The collection is in the process of being transferred to the Yale University Library system and will be made available for researchers during the Fall 2017 semester. The collection includes institutional records and the personal papers of over sixty individuals and families.