Many of the manuscripts that came to me in the trunk of Earl C. Davis’ writings were “singles,” individual manuscripts, sermons or other kinds of manuscripts, held together with a push-pin or sometimes a loop of string. In some cases, sermons were collected together in a group, as with the nine sermons presented under this heading.
All but one of these sermons are undated. One comes with an envelope with the clear date, April 1, 1906. Because of this, and the fact that these sermons were all gathered together and all hand-written on similar paper, I believe it reasonable to date all of them from 1906, probably Spring 1906.