The collection consists of Dr. Frank Pack's daily planners, grade books, correspondence, notes, and sermons from 1933 to 1990.
The lifelong preacher spent the majority of his career at David Lipscomb College, Pepperdine College, and Abilene Christian
College. He also preached or was a guest speaker at numerous churches and universities across the country.
Frank Pack was the eldest of three sons and was born on March 27, 1916, in Memphis, Tennessee to Walter and Mary Pack. Frank
was baptized at the age of 10 and knew from a young age that he wanted to be a preacher. When he was 16, he preached his first
sermon before the Reid Avenue congregation in Nashville on July 10, 1932. He later graduated from high school as salutatorian
and went on to attend David Lipscomb College for three years with fellow students Howard A. White, M. Norvel Young, Batsell
Barrett Baxter, and Willard Collins.
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