Fonds consists mainly of promotional material related to Peter Flint's work related the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute, including newspaper clippings and magazine articles, televised interviews and recordings, and photographs of colleague Marty Abegg and others Dead Sea Scrolls scholars. In addition, there are two rare religious texts: "The Massorah" (1883); and the "Vetus Testamentum, Graece Juxta LXX Interpretes" (1859)
File consists of records including proposals, memos, minutes of the Graduate Task Force (1993/94); minutes of meetings of the Graduate Faculty of Biblical Studies (1994); a draft copy of a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies Review Questionnaire (2005); a proposal and analysis for Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (03/1989); a review of graduate programming at TWU by K. R. Davis (04/1993); Master of Theology Degree Proposal (1994)
Item is a photograph of TWU Dead Sea Scroll scholars Dr. Martin Abegg and Dr. Peter Flint standing on either side of an unidentified individual who has their arms around the TWU scholars. The verso has written in blue ink: Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina, June 1997. The verso also has a stamp reading: Bernie Silverman with an address.