Association of National Investigators
- Existence: 1927 - 1931
The Association of National Investigators was formed by Edgar Cayce and his supporters in 1927. A.N.I., a membership organization created to research the Cayce material, also administered the Cayce Hospital in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Members from across the United States participated in the work of A.N.I. However, the organization dissolved in 1931 concurrently with the Cayce Hospital. Many of its members formed the Association for Research and Enlightenment later that year.
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
Association of National Investigators Collection
Identifier: Coll. 7
Scope and Contents This collection includes booklets, brochures, a charter, correspondence, lectures, financial records, inventories, membership applications, patient charts recording the medical history and treatments of patients admitted to the Cayce Hospital, postcards, and reports documenting the activities of the Association of National Investigators. The collection also includes the original print run of The New-Tomorrow journal (edited by Thomas Sugrue and Hugh Lynn Cayce).
Dates: 1925 - 1931