Welcome to the Heritage Research Center! The Center was formed through the combination of the Department of Archives and Special Collections and the Ellen G. White Estate Branch Office. The Center exists to capture, preserve, document, and promote research into the history and legacy of Loma Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center (LLUAHSC), Ellen G. White, Adventism and the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the health sciences with particular attention to where health and Adventism intersect. Furthermore, the White Estate Branch Office seeks to guide and facilitate an understanding of Ellen G. White’s life, writings and role in the Seventh-day Adventist church, and Loma Linda University in particular.
The Center is located within the Vernier Radcliffe wing of the Del E. Webb Memorial Library. The Library is located at the northwest corner of Anderson Street and University Court, with the Center being located immediately across the breezeway from Magan Hall which houses the University’s administrative offices.