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The Edgar Cayce Readings

Identifier: Coll. 9
Scope and Contents This collection consists of original copies of Edgar Cayce's readings, accompanying case files, correspondence, and supplementary research.As Edgar Cayce gave a reading in trance, his wife Gertrude would serve as the conductor. She guided the reading and offered the questions posed by the reading recipient. Cayce's stenographer Gladys Davis Turner would record the reading in shorthand, then transcribe her notes into two typewritten copies. One would be given to the reading...
Dates: 1886 - 2020

Thomas Burr House Family Collection

Identifier: Coll. 4
Scope and Contents The collection includes correspondence, ephemera, and photographs from the Thomas House Family of Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Thomas B. House Sr. married Gertrude Cayce's aunt, Carrie Salter. Carrie was the youngest sister of Gertrude's uncle, Hiram P. Salter. The collection contains materials belonging to Thomas House, Sr., Carrie Salter House, Thomas B. House, Jr., his wife Doris Anderson House, and their son Thomas House III.
Dates: 1890 - 1960

Thomas Sugrue Collection

Identifier: Coll. 17
Scope and Contents This collection documents the professional life of Thomas Sugrue, author, lecturer and journalist. Materials include articles, books, book promotional material, correspondence, lecture materials, magazines, manuscripts, a map, newsclippings, notes, pamphlets, and poetic works. He is most widely known as the author of There Is A River (1942), the first biography of Edgar Cayce. The collection consists of research and manuscripts created during the writing process of There Is A River, as well as...
Dates: 1928 - 1980