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BGEA: Crusade Activities
536 Boxes (180 RC, 348 DC, 8 index card boxes), Audio Tapes, Compact Disc, Negatives, Oversize Materials, Photographs, Photo Albums, Slides (344 cubic feet)
Brief description: Correspondence, reports, minutes, crusade files, and other administrative records, along with audio tapes, oversize materials, photographs, and video tapes, which document the activity of the BGEA's domestic and international crusade planning division, headed by Vice- President Walter H. Smyth, who supervised the mechanics of organizing a Billy Graham crusade. Crusade files contain information about planning, arrangements, scheduling special events, executive committees, follow-up, the School of Evangelism, etc. In addition to Smyth's files are those of division directors of the North American Ministries (Sterling Huston and Tom Phillips) and International Ministries (Blair Carlson, Bob Williams), and crusade directors (Henry Holley and Blair Carlson), who oversaw international crusades between the 1970s and '90s, including those in Australia, Brazil, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain (England and Scotland), Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Russia, and Taiwan (Smyth's files also document these crusades). The collection contains numerous petitions from cities asking Graham to preach in their communities. There is more information in many of these files on Graham's crusades than on those of associate evangelists.
The BGEA retains the copyright to their materials and their permission is needed for quotation. BGEA permission is also required to copy photos, audio recordings, or films in this collection, as well as paper records in any restricted files. The Archives staff will provide the form needed to request copying permission. Paper records in files not otherwise restricted may be copied. For quotation permission, contact the BGEA at email@example.com
All files with materials less than ten years old are closed until December 31 of the year that is ten
years from the youngest document in the folder. Therefore the following folders are closed until
the date indicated:
The folders identified in the following list contain personal correspondence of Billy Graham and are closed during his lifetime:
All folders of BGEA Board minutes, reports or other files, or files of Board member correspondence, containing materials less than thirty (30) years old are closed until December 31 of the year that is thirty (30) years from the youngest document in the folder. Therefore the following folders are closed until the date indicated:
Closed until December 31, 2017: Folders 127-31,32,34,74
Anyone using the folder 390-6 until December 31, 2039, must sign an agreement that they will maintain the confidentiality of this folder. No material in these folders may be copied during that time.
Because a knowledge of the organizational history of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association would be helpful in using this collection, a brief history of the BGEA is available. Ask the Archives staff to see a copy or visit http://www2.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/bio.html using your Internet browser. Also helpful for the use of this collection is a BGEA staff list (following the Scope and Content section) and glossary (http://www2.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/glossary.html), which is also available from the staff.
The principle BGEA individuals whose activities are reflected in this collection are those supervising the overall crusade ministries of the BGEA (Walter Smyth), domestic crusades (Sterling Huston and Tom Phillips) or international crusade directors (Henry Holley, Blair Carlson, and Bob Williams) responsible for specific evangelistic events; the titles of these divisions and positions have evolved over the years.
Beginning in 1964, Walter Smyth's title was Vice President of Crusade Organization and Team Activities. In this post he was responsible for the direction of crusades for Billy Graham and his associates, concerts, one-day meetings, etc., as well as for personnel assignments in connection with the Team Office and crusade preparation. He also supervised the activities of the various crusade directors who were directly responsible for individual crusades. Smyth was located in the Team Office in Atlanta, Georgia, where it remained until 1976, when Graham announced that it would be integrated into the Minneapolis headquarters; Smyth's title was then Vice President of International Relations & Crusade and Team Activities. That same year Smyth's position was subdivided into the Vice President of International Ministries (in which capacity he continued until 1987 followed by Robert Williams) and the Vice President of North American Ministries (which Sterling Huston began in 1994).
In 1977 International Ministries and North American Ministries were designated as separate divisions. Smyth was given oversight of International Ministries (in which capacity he continued until 1987, followed by Robert Williams in 1993). Sterling Huston had been in charge of North American crusades since 1974; in 1986 he added oversight of Team Activities, and in 1994 he became Vice President of North American Ministries. Tom Phillips was Senior Crusade Director between 1987 and 1994.
The positions held by Sterling Huston leading up to overseeing the North American Ministries included crusade coordinator, personnel assistant for associate evangelist crusades, director of associate crusades, director of North American crusades. In most each of these he supervised the crusade directors for various crusades.
The crusade director, represented predominantly in this collection by Henry Holley, Blair Carlson and Tom Phillips, was responsible to help assess the suitability of a community for a BGEA crusade, represent the BGEA to both crusade committees and civic, business and religious leaders in the community, assist local crusade committees, supply direction and information based on extensive BGEA experience, and coordinate BGEA Team plans and activities when they arrived for the crusade.
The five key BGEA figures whose records comprise this collection are Walter Smyth, Sterling Huston, Henry Holley, Blair Carlson, and Tom Phillips. Brief information about their responsibilities within the BGEA is included in the addendum following the Scope and Content notes. More extensive biographical information on these men follows, compiled from official BGEA biographical sketches.
The key figure in the administration of the BGEA's International Ministries & North American Ministries between 1965 and 1987 was Walter H. Smyth.
|Full name||Walter H. Smyth|
|Birth||October 26, 1912, in Springfield, Pennsylvania|
|Parents||Walter Arthur and Mary Hazlett Smyth|
|Marital Status||Married Ethel Ray Harbach in 1948|
|Children||Evelyn Behrens (1936), Walter Robert (1949), Daniel Ray (1952), Elizabeth Louise (1954), Barbara Lee (1955)|
|Education||Drexel Institute, Philadelphia|
|Ordination||1945 by Calvary Memorial Church, Philadelphia|
|6-1/2 years Publication manager for Curtis Publishing Co., and Serving and Waiting (PSB)|
|2-1/2 years Associate pastor, Calvary Memorial Church, Philadelphia|
|7 years Associated with Percy Crawford, Philadelphia|
|Director of Philadelphia Youth for Christ|
|1942-1950||Vice President, Youth for Christ|
|1948||Delegate at World Congress on Evangelism, Beatenberg, Switzerland|
|1950 or '51-1987||Billy Graham Evangelistic Association|
|1951-1957||Director of Billy Graham Evangelistic Films, Washington, DC|
|1957||Coordinated group reservations for the 1957 New York Crusade|
|1958||Opened office in Melbourne for the upcoming Australian crusades|
|1965-1977||Vice President, Crusade Organization and Team Activities (Atlanta) and Vice President, International Ministries|
|1972||Accompanied Graham to secret visit with IRA leader in Ireland 1977. Delivered a humanitarian gift and preached in Bucharest. Also opened discussions which led to Graham's visit to Romania in 1985.|
|1983||Chairman of Amsterdam '83|
|1986||Chairman of Amsterdam '86|
|1987||Retired in May|
|1987||Consultant to the BGEA|
|1965||John Brown University, Honorary Doctorate of Divinity|
|1983||Walter H. and Ethel H. Smyth Scholarship Fund established at Wheaton College Graduate School for furloughing missionaries|
|Other significant information|
|Ruling elder at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale, Florida|
Another figure whose administrative papers are interwoven throughout Collection 17 records was Sterling Huston.
|Full name||Sterling W. Huston|
|Birth||May 19, 1936, in Perham, Maine|
|Parents||Walter and Florence Tupper Huston|
|Marital Status||Married Esther Volonino in 1965|
|Children||Son and daughter|
|Ordination||1982 in Rochester, New York|
|1953||Graduated from Washburn (Maine) High School|
|1958||B.S., University of Maine, Orono|
|1959||M.S., University of Maine, Orono|
|1959-1960||University of Rochester, New York|
|1984||Roberts Wesleyan College, Honorary Doctor of Divinity|
|1958-1961||Eastman Kodak Company, industrial engineer|
|1966-||Billy Graham Evangelistic Association|
|1969-1971||Personnel assistant for Associate crusades|
|1972-1973||Director of associate crusades|
|1974-||Director of crusades for North America, 1974-|
|1983||Amsterdam '83 speaker|
|1986||Amsterdam '86 speaker|
|1994||Chair of North American Conference for Itinerant Evangelists '94|
|Other significant information|
|Served on the boards of several organizations such as Bethany Home in Rochester, New York and Evangelism Explosion|
|Published The Billy Graham Crusade Handbook (1983) and Crusade Evangelism and the Local Church (1984)|
The figure whose administrative papers comprise a large portion of the documentation of
international crusades in Collection 17 records is crusade director Henry Holley.
|Full name||Henry Holley|
|Birth||September 18, 1927|
|Marital Status||Married to Bettie Lee Haun on September 3, 1949|
|Children||Two daughters and a son|
|Ordination||To the gospel ministry By Johnson Ferry Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia|
|1946-1949||University of Houston (majoring in administration, law, management and leadership motivation)|
|1952||US Military Leadership Training Schools|
|1953||US Military Justice School, Newport, RI|
|1945-1966||US Marine Corps, administrator with final rank of master sergeant|
|1966-||Billy Graham Evangelistic Association|
|1966-||Special assistant to Billy Graham|
|1966-1970||Associate director of 1966 London, 1967 Tokyo, and 1970 New York Crusades|
|1968-1971||Director of Counseling and Follow-up, 1968-1969 Australia & New Zealand and 1971 Central Kentucky Crusades|
|1970, 1979||Honor America Day director|
|1972-1994||Crusade director for 1972 Kingston (Jamaica), 1973 Seoul, 1974 Rio de Janeiro, 1975 Taipei, 1975 Hong Kong, 1977 Manila, 1978 Singapore, 1980 Japan, 1984 Seoul, 1990 Hong Kong, Mission 94 (Tokyo)|
|1983||Amsterdam '83 Director of Development|
|1986||Amsterdam '86 Executive Assistant to Chairman|
|1986-1987||Crusade supervisor for 1986 Mission France and 1987 Mission Helsinki|
|1992||North Korea visit project director|
|1994||Senior Team Consultant for the 1994 Atlanta Crusade|
|1998||Senior Team Consultant for Franklin Graham Crusades|
|Other significant information|
|Holley's earliest crusade involvement was in the capacity of crusade associate in the 1965 Hawaii prior to official joining the BGEA.|
|In the 1968 Australia Crusades and several subsequent, Holley was one of the instructors conducting the Christian Life and Witness classes at selected crusades, but his duties were focused primarily as Special Assistant to Billy Graham and on administrative aspects of a crusade.|
The other crusade director whose records figure prominently in Collection 17 is Blair Carlson.
|Full name||Blair Truett Carlson|
|Birth||March 17, 1952, in Oak Park, Illinois|
|Parents||Donald C. and Marguerite E. Carlson (Swedish missionaries to China and Hong Kong (1938-1978)|
|Marital Status||Elizabeth Ann Reitz, 1988|
|Children||Megan Elizabeth (1994) and Eleanor Ann (1999)|
|1967-1970||Hong Kong International School|
|1970-1974||Wheaton College, BA in Art/Anthropology|
|1968-1969||Local ground staff, Pan Am, Hong Kong|
|1971-1974||Tour guide for Holy Land and European Tours|
|1974-||Billy Graham Evangelistic Association|
|1974-1995||Crusade associate for Billy Graham domestic and international crusades in Norfolk, Virginia (1974), Hong Kong (1975), Taipei (1975), Manila (1977), Oslo (1978), Stockholm (1978), Singapore (1978), Sydney (1979), Mexico City (1980), Tokyo (1994), Global Mission Oceania (1995)|
|1974-1983||Crusade associate for conferences: ICOWE in Lausanne (1974), CODE '76, COWE in Pattaya, Thailand (1980), Amsterdam '83|
|1978-1991||Crusade associate for Billy Graham's mission tours: Poland (1978), Czechoslovakia (1982), German Democratic Republic (1982), Soviet Union (1982, 1984, 1991), China (1988)|
|1979-1984||Assistant to Vice President International Ministries (Walter Smyth)|
|1982-||International crusade director: Blackpool, England (1982), Nassau, Bahamas (1982), Mission England in Liverpool and Sunderland, England (1984), Sheffield, England, with satellites (1985), Paris (1986), Helsinki (1987), Mission 89 (London), Berlin '90, Mission Scotland (1991), Vozrozhdeniye '92 (Moscow), Pro Christ '93 (Germany), Sydney (1996), Festival '99, Perth Scotland (1999), Celebrate Jesus '99, Jamaica|
|1989-1992||Director of European Ministries|
Tom Phillips is the other crusade director overseeing the BGEA's domestic crusades.
|Full name||Thomas K. Phillips|
|Birth||October 19, 1947, in Corinth, Mississippi|
|Parents||John Thomas and Dorothy Lorene Conn Phillips|
|Marital Status||Married to Ouida Jean Jobe, 1967|
|Children||Cara Elizabeth (1971), Molly Faith (1975), Matthew Thomas (1978)|
|1966-1970||University of Mississippi, BA in Biology and English|
|1970-1974||Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, MDiv|
|Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, DMin|
|1998||Belhaven College, Jackson, Mississippi, DDiv|
|1968||Evangelistic Nautical Ministry|
|1969-1970||Pastor of Otuckaloafa Baptist Church|
|1970-1994||Billy Graham Evangelistic Association|
|1970-1974||Coordinator of Counseling & Follow-up|
|1971-1974||Street evangelist in Louisville, itinerant evangelist in Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana|
|1975-1994||BGEA Director of Counseling & Follow-up Administration|
|1975-||BGEA Christian Life & Witness class instructor|
|1976-||BGEA Small Group Bible Study training instructor|
|1978||BGEA Assistant Crusade Director|
|1979-1980||BGEA Resident Crusade Director|
|1981-1986||BGEA Crusade Director|
|1982-||BGEA School of Evangelism instructor|
|1985-1987||BGEA Director of Peaks to Plains Thrust, seven crusades in five states|
|1987-1989||BGEA Director of Program, Billy Graham Training Center at the Cove|
|1987-1994||BGEA Senior Crusade Director|
|1988-||Member of the Billy Graham Center's Institute of Strategic Evangelism's Advisory Committee|
|1989-1994||BGEA Director of Counseling & Follow-up|
|1992-1994||Program director for the North American Conference for Itinerant Evangelists|
|1994-1995||Coordinator for Promisekeepers counselor training|
|1994-2000||President & CEO of International Students, Inc.|
|2001-||BGEA Vice President of Training (Cove, Schools of Evangelism, Counseling & Follow-up)|
|Other significant information|
|Developed or authored, independently or with others, evangelism and discipleship materials|
|Served on the boards of the Greater Tacoma Christian Outreach Fellowship, Chrysalis Leadership Foundation, East Gates Ministries, Horizon International; also on executive committees of Mission America and the US Lausanne Committee|
|Consultant to Youth for Christ in Tacoma, Washington|
Scope and Content
The general focus of the collection is the crusade evangelism of Billy Graham, ranging from 1950 to 1995. (The files of associate evangelist crusades are mostly in Collection 13.) There is some documentation of pre-1960 crusades, but the bulk of the collection covers the time period from the early 1960s to the 1990s. Materials in this collection emphasize the crusade-coordinating activity of the BGEA, telling the story of evangelistic meetings beginning with the 1957 New York Crusade and covering five decades into the mid-1990s. The span of the documents for any given Billy Graham crusade reveals the process of supervising the mechanics of organizing an event from the time the first invitation to hold a crusade was received from a particular community until the crusade office was closed and the final audit report was published in the newspaper. Files for each crusade deal with many details, such as planning and arranging for the crusade site, scheduling, consulting with the local committees, publicity, special events, executive committees, follow-up, the School of Evangelism, etc. The documents in the collection are written predominantly in English, although substantial portions of those for international crusades, such as in Hong Kong and Japan are in Chinese and Japanese.
The collection is organized around the individuals who served as crusade directors and supervisors of crusade directors. The principle person whose activity and supervision is documented in this collection is Walter Smyth. The activities of several other BGEA figures are also recorded, including crusade directors Sterling Huston, Henry Holley, Blair Carlson, Tom Phillips, Bob Williams, Elwyn Cutler, and their respective secretaries (Eva Prior was Smyth's secretary, and Cathy Wood, Huston's).
The collection is comprised of three series of documents, corresponding to 1) Walter Smyth's initial oversight of both domestic and international crusades, and the subsequent division of the crusade or Team Office into 2) North American Ministries and 3) International Ministries. The largest of these series is the records of Walter Smyth who supervised the BGEA's crusade activities over four decades. The other figures whose records are included fall under either the North American Ministries (Sterling Huston, Tom Phillips) or International Ministries (Henry Holley, Blair Carlson, Bob Williams) sections. Huston oversaw planning for associate evangelists' crusades and later Billy Graham's crusades, while Holley and Carlson as crusade directors were responsible for one international Billy Graham crusade at a time. (John Corts also served as the crusade director for the 1979 Florida West Crusade and his records are included at the end of Smyth's series.) Many of the documents include a short list in the upper right hand corner which seem to indicate other folders in which related material or a duplicate appears. Many of the series are further subdivided into smaller units. The accessions received from the BGEA also included numerous artifacts, largely souvenir and promotional items for various crusades such as clothing (scarfs, shirts, ties, hats), jewelry, paper weights, tote bags, etc., (most of which were transferred to the Billy Graham Training Center at the Cove). Crusade files were often accompanied by clippings, articles, press releases and other media coverage of a crusade. In many cases these clippings were relocated into the BGEA clipping file in Collection 360. Audio tapes and video tapes were reallocated to Collection 26 and Collection 113.
The collection is subdivided into the following five series:
The numerous accessions which make up this collection were usually received in some disorder, with little supporting information that showed the relation of the various accessions to each other. Therefore, the overall arrangement of the collection was provided by the archivist. Order of each series has been retained where order existed. Although the accessions for the most part were received in recognizable and good order, no attempt was made to eliminate every deviation from this and researchers will find in a few cases that files do not appear in their anticipated alphabetical order.
The following descriptions further illuminate the specific contents of these series and their subseries. Although the majority of the collection is described only to the box level, the first twenty-five boxes are described by individual folder titles (see CONTAINER LIST near the end of this guide).
Series 1: Walter Smyth files (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Arrangement: Walter Smyth's files are subdivided into seven subseries, outlined as follows:
Subseries 1.1.1. General correspondence
Arrangement: Subdivided into four subunits, the first (1960-1977) arranged alphabetically by subject or proper name, with most folder titles in the second consisting of just an alphabet letter. The second subunit (1961-1977) is arranged alphabetically. The third subunit (1978-1983 with the bulk 1978-1980) is arranged alphabetically. The fourth and largest subunit (1972-1987, bulk 1980-1984), arranged alphabetically, does not include files for the letters A, B, or C.
Date range: 1960-1984
Volume: 13.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 92-94, 97-100, 307-325 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, inter-office memos, reports, forms
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, individuals corresponding to the folder title, key figures in the non-BGEA organization corresponding to the folder title, BGEA colleagues like Don Bailey and Henry Holley, other BGEA staff, and assorted American and international church leaders and evangelists.
Notes: Administrative correspondence, the first and third subseries being more specific for organizations or persons, with the second more general, related to maintaining or establishing contacts, responding to offers of services or requests for assistance, responding to referrals from other BGEA staff, requests for participation in events by BGEA Team members, a significant portion of which appears to be inquiries about possible visits by Billy Graham to a community or institution which he was unable to make. The first subunit of administrative correspondence includes files for organizations like African Enterprise, American Bible Society, Baptist churches, Campus Crusade for Christ, and the BGEA's World Wide Pictures, and Grason, and people such as Don Bailey, Walter F. Bennett, Billy Graham, Dennis Clark (World Evangelical Fellowship), A.J. Dain, Dave Foster (Eurovangelism), Richard Halverson (primarily the newsletter Perspective), Sterling Huston, Lawrence Nerheim, Smyth's communication (with Bailey, with Layman, with Prior and with Root), and Herbert J. Taylor. Folder titles include Controversial, Counsel (as in spiritual counsel), Human Interest, Officials (as in local, state and national government officials), Prayer Requests, Referrals (from Don Bailey and Forrest Layman), and Strange. In the third subsection (for which files for the letters A,B and C are not included), for each letter D-Z there are files (some correspondence and others reference) for specific individuals according to letter (among them are Lewis Drummond, Joni Earekson, Paul Eshleman, Nilson Fanini, Michael Green, Os Guiness, Secretary of State Alexander Haig, Akira Hatori, Don Hoke, Tom Houston, David Howard, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Torrey Johnson, Samuel Kamaleson, Kenneth Kantzer, Billy Kim, Gilbert Kirby, Festo Kivengere, Jim Kraakevik, John Kyle, Gordon Landreth, Floyd McClung, Samuel Moffett, Stan Mooneyham, Stephen Olford, J. Edwin Orr, Nene Ramientos, Cliff Richard, Oral Roberts, Pat Robertson, Bill Shoemaker, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, John Stott, Corrie ten Boom, J. Christy Wilson) and a general file bringing together various individuals for that letter. Also sprinkled throughout there are also files with subject headings (such as death, disabled, films, information, insurance, inventory, media, military, missionaries, politics, prisons, radio, schools, strange, etc.), and a few organizations (including Evangelism Explosion, assorted Foundations, Fuller Seminary, Haggai Institute, assorted Hotels, Lausanne Committee, Moody Bible Institute, National Religious Broadcasters, OC Ministries, assorted Organizations (CONELA, Free the Siberian Seven, MAF, Navigators, PTL, Scripture Union, World Vision, Youth for Christ, Youth With a Mission), 700 Club, Samaritan's Purse, World Council of Churches, and others).
Subseries 18.104.22.168 Team correspondence: 1960-1985
Arrangement: By time period (1960-1983, 1980-1985), within each time span alphabetically by name of the Team member, within each name chronologically with most recent first
Date range: 1960-1985
Volume: 19.5 cubic feet
Boxes: 75-92, 161 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Domestic, international
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, reports, telegrams, publicity material, financial records and reports, statistics
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, BGEA administrators and staff, associate evangelists. This series reads like a BGEA who's who and brings together many BGEA figures; among them the following have more substantial or multiple files: Joel Aarsvold, Akbar Abdul-Haqq, Lane Adams, John Akers, Jeff Anderson, Don Bailey, Dave Barr, Cliff Barrows, Jerry Beavan, L. Nelson Bell, Barry Berryman, Martha Bridges (nee Warkentin, Graham's secretary; also one folder under Warkentin), Bill Brown, Werner Burklin, Russ Busby, Blair Carlson, George Clark, Sundar Clarke, John Corts, Robert Cunville, A. Jack Dain, Ted and Millie Dienert, John Dillon, Paul Eshleman, Bob Evans, Robert Ferm, Leighton Ford, Billy Graham (alphabetized under "Billy,") Walter Grist, Alexander Haraszti, Henry Holley, Sterling Huston, Howard Jones, V. Sam Jones, Forrest Layman, Carol Lindsay, Jim Matthis, Ken McVety, Stan Mooneyham, Norm Mydske, Victor Nelson, Dan Nuesch, Rosemary Phillips (Mission England office), Charles Riggs, Maurice Rowlandson (BGEA's London office), Peter Schneider, Gil Stricklin, Harvey Thomas, Helen Verco (BGEA's Australian office), Charles Ward, Harry Williams, Stephanie Wills, George Wilson, Grady Wilson, Jean Wilson (BGEA's London office), T.W. Wilson.
Subjects: The BGEA's evangelistic meetings and outreach, internal administration and finances, contacts with religious, political and civic leaders. To assess the particular issues which might correspond with a particular individual, the researcher should consult the BGEA guide to determine the sphere of their responsibility. As an example, Dave Barr worked in World Wide Pictures, particularly related to its international distribution; therefore, his files document WWP and the BGEA's film ministry.
Notes: Some of these files are extensive and thoroughly record the activities and responsibilities of the corresponding person. The two subseries overlap somewhat, with the second being more recent and more concentrated on a few key BGEA individuals. Many of the memos include a short list in the upper right hand corner which seem to indicate other folders in which related material or a duplicate appears, accompanied by a short summary of the contents of an attached document.
Exceptional items: Folder 75-18 contains a transcript of Akbar Abdul-Haqq's comments during a dialogue in 1965 at Ball State University on anthropology, philosophy and religion. John Akers, Special Assistant to Billy Graham, was involved in conducting research to prepare Graham for crusades and meetings with religious, political and civic leaders, and in planning and details of his international visits, like that to Eastern Europe and Russia or with the Pope; his files reflect this involvement. Folder 75-28, for example, includes late-1980 first-draft manuscripts of messages Graham would deliver in Poland and Hungary.
Subseries 22.214.171.124: Team matters
Arrangement: Roughly alphabetical according to subject
Date range: 1962-1982
Volume: 4.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 94-96, 162-163 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Memos, correspondence, duplicated documents for general distribution
Correspondents: Smyth, Bailey, and Prior are the key authors of the documents
Notes: This series documents outline routine arrangements and policy for the BGEA Team, including such diverse subjects as awards granted to members, requests for permission to serve on the boards of other organizations, finances, etc. Many of the memos include a short list in the upper right hand corner which seem to indicate other folders in which related material or a duplicate appears, accompanied by a short summary of the contents of an attached document. Many documents are duplicated for distribution, whether memos about an event or a change in someone's responsibility, or a policy document. Folder titles of more substantial files or set of files include Bios, Films, Finance, General, Policy & Procedures, Prep Team, Schedules (1964-1976), Team Prospects (1964-1981), Team Meetings (1962-1978), the last three being the most substantial. Box 162 includes planning files for the 1981 Team and Staff Conference (TASC) and files about the Canadian Agape evangelistic television program overseen by (John Wesley White) and corresponding traveling concert ministry. The subseries is rounded out with files about BGEA's associate evangelists and the program of coordinating their ministry.
Exceptional items: Folder 94-50 includes a statement by Tom Skinner at the 1969 US Congress on Evangelism in Minneapolis denying allegations that black delegates at the meeting were advocating revolt and opposition to Billy Graham.
Subseries 1.1.3.: International Office correspondence
Arrangement: Subdivided into two subunits, the first alphabetically by country name within a continent (1961-1981, 1962-1981) and the second alphabetically by crusade (1967-1982, bulk 1980-1981). For each country there may be a series of files. The subseries by continent is further divided into two subunits, each enumerating various continents.
Date range: 1960-1982
Volume: 13.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 138-150, 161-162 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Domestic and international, including Africa (Liberia), Asia (Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan), Europe (Ireland, Vatican), Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, China, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland), North America (Canada, Mexico), South America (Brazil)
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, telegrams, articles, reports, lists, schedules, statistics
Correspondents: Smyth, Eva Prior, Sterling Huston, Don Bailey, John Dillon, Alexander Haraszti (in the Eastern Europe section), Blair Carlson, other BGEA staff and associate evangelists, and Christian leaders and missionaries throughout the world
Notes: The files in the first subunit, although geographically oriented, revolve primarily around a crusade or major event, including the following: 1976 Pan African Christian Leadership Assembly, 1975 Hong Kong Crusade, the 1977 Good News Festival and 1972 Nagaland Crusade in India, the 1967 Tokyo Crusade and 1980 Japan Crusades, the Korea '73 Crusade, the 1977 Metro-Manila Crusade, the 1978 Singapore Crusade, 1975 Taipei Crusade, Euro '70 in Dortmund, 1972 visits to Belfast and Dublin, 1981 visit with the Pope at the Vatican, 1971 European Congress on Evangelism, 1965 Lower Mainland Crusade (Vancouver), 1967 Centennial Crusade (Winnipeg), Graham's 1974 participation in the first International Baptist Congress of Evangelism (for Spanish-speaking people), and Geração 79 (Generation 79 Youth Congress sponsored by Youth for Christ) in Sao Paulo. There is a special subsection devoted to Eastern Europe (also includes China) especially to Poland in 1978, Hungary in 1981, among others; these files document visits by Billy Graham or his representatives rather than extended crusades; while they record meetings of shorter duration, their significance comes from their occurring during the Cold War period. For several of the crusades there are preliminary planning reports which crusade director Henry Holley submitted to Smyth.
The second subunit by continent seems to have more correspondence with national church leaders, including Festo Kivengere of Uganda (folder 162-26, see also folder 100-32), P. Octavianus of Indonesia (folder 144-74), Juan Isais of Mexico (folder 145-44), and David MacLagan of Scotland (folder 146-58), much of it relating to coordinating a visit by or message from Billy Graham, involvement of other BGEA evangelists or staff, request for financial support or an invitation to a crusade or conference, or coordinating arrangements for showing World Wide Pictures films. The geographical coverage is much more widespread, including files for regions (Central Africa, West Africa, East Africa, etc.) and many countries on each continent (boldfaced are more substantial):
Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Republic of China, Guam, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Guinea, Okinawa, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam)
Australia and New Zealand
Mexico (includes in box 145 much information on the 1981 Congreso Nacional Mexico in Mexico City and Villahermosa)
South America (Brazil, Central America, Panama)
Europe (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy (including Rome and Vatican), Holland, London, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland (includes a record of searching possible locations for what became Amsterdam '83), Wales, Yugoslavia)
Middle East (Iran, Kuwait, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon)
A third subunit, organized by crusade according to country, is very similar to the one preceding it
and appears to possibly be an extension of it. Much of the correspondence relates to
arrangements, particularly those for entering and visiting in foreign countries, such as Graham's
visit with the Pope in 1981 or his travel to the Soviet Union in 1982. The files also document
ongoing contacts within countries (such as with Michael Green, Tom Houston, Gilbert Kirby,
Gordon Landreth, David Maclagan,) which in some cases develop into crusades. Domestic
crusades documented include the 1980 Central Indiana Crusade, 1980 Northern Alberta
(Edmonton) Crusade, 1980 Las Vegas-Reno Crusade, 1981 Baltimore Crusade, 1981 American
Festival of Evangelism, 1981 Southern Alberta (Calgary) Crusade, 1981 San Jose/Bay Area
Crusade, 1982 New England Crusade. The Eastern Zone (predominantly Eastern Europe) section
makes up a significant portion of the subseries, documenting media coverage and contacts, as
well as communication with church leaders and government representatives in countries
including Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Turkey, USSR,
Vatican, and Yugoslavia. Other areas or countries covered include West Germany, Indonesia,
Islands (Caribbean), Mexico (boxes 147 and 148 contain additional information about the 1981
Congreso Nacional Mexico in Mexico City and Villahermosa), "Other" (consisting of small files
corresponding with countries throughout the world including those mentioned in the previous
series and Argentina, China, Nepal, New Guinea, Norway, Sweden, Uganda, Wales), Sri Lanka
(concerning a crusade Graham intended to hold in Colombo but had to cancel, box 148),
Thailand (concerning the 1980 Consultation on World Evangelization), and the United Kingdom.
This last portion of the subseries is the largest, spanning boxes 148, 149 and 150 and
documenting invitations for Graham to conduct crusades in Great Britain, including in
Birmingham in the later 1970s, contacts in Ireland and Scotland, Graham's 1980 visits to Oxford
and Cambridge Universities, the 1982 Blackpool Crusade, and the process leading up to Mission
England in 1984 and 1985); most of the Blackpool files relate to the crusade itself. Also see
folders 396-4 and 8 (various) and folder 397-3 (Mission 89) relating invitations for Graham to
conduct other international meetings, and folders 484-4,5 for the 1993 Columbus Crusade.
Exceptional items: Folder 143-69 titled "Photos" contains photocopies of images taken during Graham's visit to Poland in 1978, of which Smyth was also a part.
Subseries 1.1.4: Billy Graham speaking engagement schedules
Arrangement: Three subunits according to state (alphabetical), school (alphabetical by state), and miscellaneous (alphabetical). A fourth subunit consists of chronologically arranged schedule notebooks.
Date range: 1961-1977
Volume: 5.6 cubic feet
Boxes: 121-126 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Domestic and international, Vietnam for Graham's visit to US troops
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, notebooks
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, Willis Haymaker, BGEA staff, pastors, Christian leaders, lay people, students, college representatives (presidents, chaplains, etc.)
Notes: The documents in this subseries record contact between the BGEA and churches, organizations, educational institutions ((high schools, colleges, technical schools), and individuals to arrange speaking engagements by Billy Graham. The files in the miscellaneous subunit represent a broad spectrum of associations. Among them are groups files under the rubric of "Clubs" (such as the Boy Scouts of America, Chambers of Commerce, Nurses Christian Fellowship), Disabled, Ecumenical, Indians, Jewish, Medical, branches of the U.S. military service, Organizations (Campus Crusade, Christian Business Men's Committee, Christian Women's Clubs of America, International Christian Leadership, Youth for Christ), Prisons, Radio & TV, Rock festivals, Roman Catholic, Sports. A number of the letters are written to Billy Graham, while the reply comes from Walter Smyth or another BGEA staffperson. The schedule notebooks consist of typed pages which list dates, location of meeting being considered, and short description of communication (in person, by phone or correspondence) with Graham (or his associates) about the event whether in person or by correspondence.
Subseries 1.1.5: BGEA Board files
Arrangement: Mixed with no reordering done by the archivist
Date range: 1961-1987
Volume: 1.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 126-127 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Correspondence, telegrams, meeting agenda and minutes, reports to the BGEA board
Correspondents: Board members (Alan Emery, EV Hill, Maxey Jarman, Bill Mead, Harold John Ockenga, Robert Van Kampen, William Walton), Walter Smyth, Billy Graham, Joel Aarsvold, Alexander Haraszti, Sterling Huston, Eva Prior
Notes: The series consists of Smyth's office's interaction with BGEA board members, including a record of their deliberations (both in official meetings and at other times), business, and committee work, as well as matters requested by board members from Smyth or Graham. Some of the files seem only marginally related to board matters if at all, but may have been inadvertently intermingled with the Board files prior to shipping.
Subseries 1.1.6: International (or Overseas) Offices
Arrangement: Alphabetical by country or region
Date range: 1962-1982
Volume: .9 cubic feet
Boxes: 128 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Latin America, Mexico, New South Wales or Sydney (Australia), Spain, Switzerland
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, reports, minutes, financial reports, press releases, articles of incorporation and by-laws
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, international office directors, staff, and officers, board members (London: Maurice Rowlandson and Jean Wilson; France: Andre Thobois and John Winston; Germany: Werner Burklin; Hong Kong: V. Samuel Jones; Latin America: Norm Mydske; Australia: Barry Berryman)
Notes: These are Smyth's files related to the BGEA's offices throughout the world. Documented is interaction between the offices and the BGEA headquarters, coordination of crusades or programs, publication of foreign language versions of DECISION, broadcast of Hour of Decision, distribution of World Wide Pictures films, etc. The France, London, Germany, and Sydney sections are much more substantive than the others. The documents corresponding to some countries (India, Italy, Japan, Norway, Philippines) were not generated by a BGEA office there but are rather about magazine, television, or film distribution there.
Subseries 1.1.7: Secretary's (Eva Prior) files (?)
Arrangement: Three subunits arranged chronologically, alphabetically within each
Date range: 1959-1987
Volume: 23.5 cubic feet
Boxes: 100-121 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Administrative letters, correspondence, memos, reports, promotional literature, photocopies of articles and clippings
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, John Akers, Dave Barr, Blair Carlson, Alexander Haraszti, Luis Palau, Maurince Rowlandson, BGEA staff, national and international Christian leaders. Many of the documents are under Eva Prior's signature, so these may be her files.
Notes: Prior's correspondence files comprise one of the more substantive units in the correspondence subseries. As would be expected, many of the subjects are very routine administrative ones like Address changes, Employment, Referrals, etc. The folder titles cover a broad range of subjects, personal and organizational names, including Evangelical figures and agencies. A few BGEA staff names appear throughout, but for the most part the persons with corresponding files are outside the Graham organization. Some anomalies appear in the folder titling, such as the American Bible Society being filed with other folders related to "Bible," or files like "Articles of incorporation" or "By-laws" appearing where the heading might be presumed to be "Corporation." People: Isaac Ababio, Myron Augsburger, Henderson Belk, Walter F. Bennett, Lowell Berry, Cyril Black, John Bolten, Michael Cassidy, Ken Chafin, Billy Kim, Gilbert Kirby, Paul Little, Luis Palau, Smyth's communication with BGEA associates, William Thomas, I. Ben Wati. Organizations: Africa Enterprise (Michael Cassidy), Campus Crusade for Christ, Christianity Today, Consultation on Overseas Evangelistic Strategy (COES), International Christian Leadership, International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, Overseas Crusades. Subjects: Address changes, Automobiles, Awards, Black (as in African Americans), Chapel, Christmas parties, Churches (subdivided into various denominations, cults, etc.), Constructive criticism, Counseling & Follow-up, Drugs, Ecumenical, Employment, Evangelistic endeavors, Evangelistic organizations, Films, Foreign, Gifts, Prisoners or Prisons, Radio & television, Schools (Christian colleges), Seminars (Schools of Evangelism), Strange, Television
Exceptional items: A series of files in box 101 deals with the African American community, church and their involvement in crusades. Some files in the 1981-1987 subunit date back to 1962. A second subunit is smaller in size but parallel's the previous unit, including files for the BGEA's England and German offices. A third unit appears to be a continuation of Prior's files, following the same outline of the previous two subseries, perhaps the beginning of an integration of the three. Some of the folders are as much reference files with photocopies of newspaper clippings or magazine articles about a subject as a compilation of memos and correspondence. Within the subseries there are a few small series, such as archbishops of the Church of England (Box 116) in Great Britain and elsewhere, contacts with celebrities (Box 116), controversies (Box 117, typically disagreement about Billy Graham's doctrine, methodology or associations), deaths (Box 117 of BGEA staff, family members and friends) U.S. presidents (Box 118), local and national government officials (Box 120), and schools (Box 121, primarily theological schools and seminaries). Like the earlier subseries, this one contains folders corresponding to a broad spectrum of subjects, Christian leaders, lay people, and organizations.
Subseries 1.1.8: Blair Carlson's files
Date range: 1976-1983
Volume: .9 cubic feet
Boxes: 164 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Domestic and international
Type of documents: Correspondence, crusade materials, resources like Bible study guides
Correspondents: Carlson, Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, BGEA staff
Notes: This brief subseries contains many copies of materials which may appear elsewhere in the collection, such as several Henry Holley reports in preparation for crusades (1978 Singapore and 1991 Buenos Aires although the report was written almost a decade earlier) and crusade samples. Also included is an alphabetically arranged subsection of files corresponding to continent and country names, ranging from Asia, Australia, Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, and North America. All these materials relate to contacts in the countries or crusades in which Carlson was assisting with the setup and administration, or Graham's travels being coordinated through the division such as his 1982 Moscow visit.
Subseries 1.1.9: Miscellaneous correspondence & crusade files
Arrangement: Alphabetical (because they were received largely unordered, the archivist provided the arrangement)
Date Range: 1952-1984
Volume: 7.9 cubic feet
Boxes: 174-181 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Domestic and international
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, crusade invitations, statistics, telegrams, memos, forms, etc.
Correspondents: Smyth, Eva Prior, Henry Holley, Sterling Huston, Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham, other BGEA executives and staff, community pastors, church and civic leaders
Notes: Much of this series relates to crusades or communication between the Smyth and his associates and overseas contacts, whether about possible crusades, other speaking engagements or events to which Billy Graham was invited or a participant, follow-up to previous events, the BGEA's international offices, distribution of DECISION magazine, or personal matters. File titles reflect a variety of emphases: document form (address book, charts, or correspondence), a theme (Roman Catholicism, choir, military), a BGEA division or affiliated organization (DECISION magazine, BGEA Ltd. in Australia, Billy Graham Benevolent Fund, or the Billy Graham Foundation, Billy Graham Center, Grason, Hour of Decision, Our Decision), foundational planning documents ("Basic Concept of Crusade Organization"), BGEA functions (accounting, giveaways, board meetings or report to the board), BGEA projects (coffee house or Christmas gift), staff (especially Henry Holley with reports and correspondence), or generic headings (current, pending). A handful of files came untitled and those titles given by the processor appear within brackets, including [untitled].
The predominant portion of the subseries consists of files related to crusades and other meetings to which Graham was invited to speak; these appear in two overlapping but distinct subsections as they were received. The first is further subdivided between domestic crusades/events (arranged alphabetically by state), international crusades, and evangelism congresses. The domestic section begins with Alaska files related to invitations for Graham to bring a crusade to one of the state's major cities, and other BGEA Team activities there. In other cases there are files related to a major crusade, including those in San Diego (1976), San Jose (1981), Calgary or Southern Alberta (1981), Toronto (1978), Halifax or Atlantic (1979), Florida West Coast or Tampa (1979), Chicago (1971), Northwest Chicago (1964), St. Louis (1973), New York City (1957), Pittsburgh (1968), and Tidewater Virginia or Norfolk (1974). There are a few non-crusade events documented too, such as like the Easter sunrise service in Miami (1972) or Graham's speaking to the Jaycees in Atlanta (1972), governors' prayer breakfasts in Atlanta (1972), and Springfield, Illinois (1972), Pilgrim Father's landing 350th anniversary (1970), US Congress on Evangelism (1969), receiving an award at West Point (1972), Billy Graham Day (1971), an Ohio Pastors Convocation (1963), a television Christmas special with Oral Roberts in Tulsa (1972), Grady Wilson Day in Sweetwater, Texas (1974), Expo '74 in Spokane (1974), Honor America Day (1970 and 1979), and Key '73. Among the international crusades represented are Nassau (1982), Rio de Janeiro (1974), Eurofest '75 in Brussels, Berlin (1966), All-Britain Crusade (1966), an attempted crusade in Jamaica (1964), Tokyo (1967), Korea (1973, 1984), Congreso Nacional Crusade in Mexico (1981), New Zealand (1969), and Manila (1977). Also documented are visits to Berlin and the Soviet Union (1982), again to the Soviet Union (1984), dedication of the Billy Graham Nagar in India (1980), the World Congress on Evangelism in Berlin (1966), the Lausanne Congress (1974), and Amsterdam '83.
The second crusade and speaking engagements subsection (also arranged alphabetically by state)
is heavily domestic and weighted toward California, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, and Texas
(the canceled 1965 Heart 'O Texas Crusade in Waco). Invitations to Graham to bring a crusade
to a community are more predominant in the second subsection, but also among them are crusade
files such as for the BGEA's 25th anniversary celebration and crusade in Hollywood (1974), but
also the Ethel Waters testimonial dinner (1972), the 1971 NAE (National Association of
Evangelicals) meeting in Los Angeles, serving as grandmaster of the Tournament of Roses in
Pasadena (1971), addressing the California legislature (1971), Honor America Day (1973), the
presidential inauguration of Richard Nixon (1973), and a visit to Kent State University (1971)
following the student riots there. International meetings documented include the Crusade of the
Americas (1969) and follow-up evangelism congresses in the late 1960s and early '70s. A few
files related to Graham's speaking engagements regardless of place are also included. Not all
meeting files relate to Graham's participation, as in planning meetings for Amsterdam '83 at
which Smyth was representing the BGEA.
Exceptional items: Folder 178-4 contains the draft text of Billy Graham's message to the 1982 World Conference of Religious Workers for Saving the Sacred Gift of Life from Nuclear Catastrophe in Moscow. Folder 180-26 includes a public relations booklet called "For the Inner City" on E.V. Hill's World Christian Training Center which was established as an evangelistic outreach to the African American community of South Central Los Angeles. Folder 180-59 consists of sermons from the School of Evangelism held in conjunction with the 1969 New Zealand Crusade.
Subseries 1.1.10: Untitled files
Arrangement: The files in this subseries were received in no apparent order and without file titles, appearing to have been destined to be filed in an established filing system, based on the notations in the upper right hand corners of the documents contained in them. Based on a cursory review of the files' contents, when possible a title was created (i.e., Eurofest, international, untitled, etc.) and the files have been arranged alphabetically according to these titles. Within each of these subgroups, the files have been arranged chronologically.
Date Range: 1962-1982
Volume: 9.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 181-189 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Domestic and international
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, telegrams, memos, forms, etc.
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, Henry Holley, Sterling Huston, Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham, other BGEA executives and staff, community pastors, church and civic leaders
Notes: Like the previous subseries, much of this subseries relates to crusades or communication between the Smyth and his associates and overseas contacts, whether about possible crusades, other speaking engagements or events to which Billy Graham was invited or a participant, follow-up to previous events, the BGEA's international offices, distribution of DECISION magazine, or personal matters. Based on the filing key in the upper right hand corner of many documents and being available in multiple copies, it appears that documents were duplicated for filing with various points of access. In some cases pre-existing handwritten folder titles are crossed out; this was not done by the Archives staff but received that way. File titles created by the Archives staff appear within brackets. Based on the cursory review of the files' contents, the untitled folders have been given titles in brackets [ ] by the archivist where possible to reflect a predominant (although not exclusive) character of the file, although all of them were received without titles. If no aspect predominated, [untitled] was assigned as the title. The predominant crusades being referred to in the international files are those non-domestic crusades which occurred during this period: Hong Kong, Taipei, Manila, Sydney, Rio de Janeiro, and Japan. Several files were titled but as they were integrated into the subseries they were retained there.
Exceptional items: Included in folders 182-5 and 6 are evaluations for the Schools of Evangelism in Pittsburgh (1968) and Kansas City (1967).
Subseries 1.2: Crusade files
Arrangement: Further subdivided into five units. The first (1957-1974) is arranged chronologically by crusade date with the files for each meeting in roughly alphabetical order; the second (1964-1986) is arranged alphabetically by country, continent or state name; the third (1961-1981) is arranged alphabetically by state; the fourth (1963-1987) is arranged chronologically by international crusade; the fifth (1977-1982), primarily alphabetically arranged, is limited to the 1982 New England Crusade, which is further subdivided into sections corresponding to the meetings in Springfield, Massachusetts, Hartford, Connecticut, and Boston. Within each subunit, there is usually a subseries of files for each crusade.
Date range: 1957-1987
Volume: 38.9 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-15, 24, 128-137, 150-160, 163-164 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List or the corresponding detailed folder list)
Geographic coverage: Domestic and international: continents or regions of Africa, Asia, Australia, Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, North America, South America, and countries including Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Belgium, France, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Puerto Rico, Soviet Union, and Sweden. In some cases US states were interfiled with countries.
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, reports, promotional material, forms, statistics, form letters, schedules, lists, press releases, financial reports and audits, articles of incorporation and by-laws, committee minutes and products, materials for use in the crusade, promotional materials and kits distributed to the media, news releases and press clippings, sample materials. The New England Crusade files also include notebooks containing lists, completed attendance forms and completed questionnaires, and computer printouts (probably to generate mailings) listing name, address, phone number, church affiliation for the following categories: choir, counseling, nurture groups, prayer groups, ushers, as well as coordinators for several of the previous groups.
Correspondents: Smyth, Eva Prior, Billy Graham, Blair Carlson, Willis Haymaker, BGEA associate evangelists, crusade directors (1969 New York: Bill Brown; 1971 Northern California: Harry B. Williams), officers and administrators (1969 New York: Elmer Engstrom, Roger Hull; 1970 Northern California: W. Robert Stover, Lowell Berry; Chicago: Herbert J. Taylor, William Meyers, Robert Van Kampen), Forrest Layman, BGEA staff, committee chairs, community civic, business and religious leaders, domestic and national church leaders
Notes: The first subunit includes samples of printed materials taken from various crusades (box 24), including such items such as Crusade Bulletins, Crusade News, identification tags, posters, report forms, form letters, envelopes, programs, and tickets. The second subunit contains crusade subseries for a string of crusades, primarily in the 1970s, documenting the planning and preparation, physical logistics, involvement of BGEA Team and staff and local leadership, committee work, and the many details leading up to, during and after the crusade; there are similar folder headings for each crusade subseries; the "Controversial" and "Strange" files gather some of the more critical or unusual responses to the crusades; In most cases, a small Team section and Billy Graham section precede the bulk of each crusade subseries which is arranged alphabetically. In the fourth subseries, the files document crusade planning and scheduling, committee activities, public relations, follow-up. See the Container List of this guide for a list of each of the crusades documented. Use of closed circuit television to extend the reach of a crusade is documented in several crusades, including Euro '70 to incorporate centers throughout Europe and Mission Sheffield (1985) throughout Great Britain. A very small subsection at the end of the subseries consists of single files corresponding to various domestic crusades occurring between 1981 and 1983. The New England Crusade files appear to have been those of the crusade office; in the case of the Hartford Crusade, rather than documenting the BGEA side of crusade planning and implementation, this subseries documents the local-level operation of the crusade office. The Boston portion of the subseries relates primarily to Christian Life & Witness Classes, Co-Labor Corp, and Counseling and Follow-up.
Exceptional items: Items worth noting include the itinerary and background material gathered together for a trip the Team took to the Orient in 1963 (folder 1-29) and press releases and reports for the Asia-South Pacific Congress on Evangelism held in 1968 (folders 1-35,36). Also in these files are materials dealing with Graham's 1962 evangelistic tour of several South American cities (folders 2-1 through 2-9), records which have to do with the organization of the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism (folders 11-29 through 11-51), and reconnaissance reports on various European cities made in 1973 in preparation for the 1975 Eurofest (all of box 15). The general correspondence file (folder 1-1) has in it some personal letters as well as some correspondence relating to the administrative structure of the BGEA. A Discussion of Revised Techniques in Crusade Organization (folder 1-14) by Jerry Beavan is a very interesting report that contains suggestions for changes in the way crusades were run.
Subseries 1.3: Crusade invitations
Arrangement: Correspondence (1961-1978) arranged alphabetically by state, notebooks (1970-1993) arranged chronologically by the dates of invitations for specified communities
Date range: 1961-1993
Volume: 12.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 16-24, 50-56 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List) or the corresponding detailed folder list)
Geographic coverage: Correspondence from all fifty states of the U.S. (except Alaska and Hawaii), Canada. Notebooks for: Fresno, CA; San Diego, CA; San Jose, CA; Rocky Mountain Region; Tampa, FL; Atlanta, GA; Boise, ID; Wichita, KS; Louisville, KY; Baltimore, MD; Detroit, MI; Jackson, MS; Charlotte, NC; Albuquerque, NM; Reno, NV; Cincinnati, OH; Cleveland, OH; Columbus, OH; Oklahoma City, OK; Pittsburgh, PA; Nashville, TN; Houston, TX; Odessa, TX; Seattle, WA; Spokane, WA; Tacoma, WA; Salt Lake City, UT; Vancouver, BC
Type of documents: Letters, petition forms, memos
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, Sterling Huston, civic, business and church leaders
Notes: The correspondence consists of requests for Graham or an associate evangelist to hold meetings in a community or area, and replies from the BGEA to those requests. The notebooks are compilations, either received in or having been in notebooks, of invitations for a community or area, ranging from simple, single bound volumes to an elaborate six-volume package for the 1976 Southeastern Michigan Crusade in Pontiac. Some of the letters, were contained in plastic sheets in oversize notebooks, were removed from the notebooks to facilitate storage. The earliest processed portion of the collection also includes invitation notebooks which were interfiled among the folders for the particular crusade which emerged from them, including with the dates of the correspondence in parentheses: San Diego (1962) in folder 5-54, Omaha (1962) in folder 6-8, Colorado (1962-1963) in folder 7-68, Heart of American (Kansas City, 1962) in folders 12-80,81 and 13-1, Tulsa (1962 and 1965) in folders 51-23,24, and so on. Also see folder 125-12 which contains invitation letters urging Billy Graham in 1968 to visit and speak at Ohio State University the following year. See the Sterling Huston subseries in the North American Ministries series for additional invitations which come chronologically after these described here.
Subseries 1.4: Crusade manuals & notebooks
Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title (often corresponds to crusade functions like visitation or ministers or prayer.
Date range: 1963-1986
Volume: 4.1 cubic feet
Boxes: 171-174, 497 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Compilations of crusade materials, policies, job descriptions, guidelines for organization
Notes: This series brings together a diversity of volumes, most compiled in notebooks or binders. Arrangement was provided by the archivist. Areas covered include crusade accounting, arrangements, counseling, crusade executive committee, finance, follow-up, ethnic groups, amd laymen's committee. Several volumes have a label identifying them with a particular crusade but the contents are generic with nothing in the volume being crusade-specific or even gives evidence of a date of the volume. A number of the volumes are oriented around a particular function or emphasis, such as integrating the crusade program at the congregational level (folders 171-16 to 29), laymen's ministry (folders 172-2 to 6), the activities of ministers (folders 172-11 to 16, folder 173-10), and office procedures. Many of the volumes correspond to a position within the local crusade organization. In some cases an earlier and later version of the policy manual are available, such as the 1963 and 1977 editions of the crusade accounting procedure manual (folders 171-5 and 6).
Exceptional items: Folder 171-7 is a 1970 version of an associate evangelist crusade manual; see also folder 172-17. Folder 171-8 contains Baltimore: A Panoramic View prepared by a Baltimore pastor in preparation for the 1981 crusade there. Folder 171-9 includes a bibliography of books or booklets about Billy Graham and a transcript of his 1973 White House Christmas message. The 1986 international manual (folder 172-1) focuses on the organization of the outreach to various ethnic groups within the context of a domestic crusade; the notebook includes appendices for work with speakers of Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian and Arabic; folder 172-1 and 173-15 (singles, youth, student). The notebooks in folder 172-7 resource notebooks for all the materials which can be ordered for use in the crusade, ranging from crusade films to Bible study materials to songbooks and sheet music to posters. Folder 173-11 consists of Sterling Huston's notebook "Responsibilities of Associate Crusade Music Coordinator." The notebook in folder 172-9 appears in the same binder as 172-7, but the contents are very different; this folder contains a variety of detailed documents with directions for setting up the crusade corporation and office, hiring a staff, complying with accounting standards, coordinating volunteers, publishing the crusade newsletter, and establishing a bulk mailing program. One notebook (folder 172-10 draws together the military, prison and usher's manuals for the 1986 Greater Washington DC Crusade; also see folder 173-15 which corresponds to singles, youth and students. Folders 172-18,19 and 173-1 to 6 appear to be Sterling Huston's notebooks for presentations at the earliest stages of establishing a local crusade committee and office. The notebook in folder 173-12 is unlike any other in that it doesn't contain policy statements or an outline of procedures but short broadcast outlines of the 15-minute broadcasts of Prayertime which was broadcast during a crusade, in this case prior to the 1972 Alabama Crusade in Birmingham and the 1971 Greater Southwest Crusade in Irving, Texas. Folder 173-19 consists of a "General Crusade Office Operation Procedures" notebook and was it was intended for use by crusade office managers; although it is not tied to a single crusade it appears to be from about 1967. The notebook in folder 174-1 (spanning from 1968 to 1975 but primarily coming from 1974 and 1975) is a valuable compilation of lists, including crusade offices and staffs, Team Office staff (spouses, addresses and birth dates), board of director lists for the BGEA's foreign affiliates, a budget and subsidies section (memos, financial reports, letters) subdivided for various parts of the world, and executive committee lists for events of the mid-1970s (i.e., Hong Kong crusade, Eurofest 75, and the Lausanne Congress). The remaining notebooks in the series are Smyth's planning notebooks (folders 174-2 through 6); several of these were stored in large notebooks and have been subdivided into several folders while retaining their order. Like the preceding notebook, with the exception of the 1969 Alaska crusade, these primarily document the period from 1974 to 1975. They consist of letters and memos, reports, financial reports, board minutes, etc., for the BGEA's foreign offices including Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, and Australia; each section is further subdivided by Finance, Correspondence, DECISION, Films, Information - General, Lists, Minutes, and Pending, although in some cases a section may be empty.
Subseries 1.5: Crusade Guidance Portfolios
Arrangement: Alphabetical, first by office, then by committee
Date range: 1973, 1980
Volume: 1.8 cubic feet
Boxes: 24, 170-171, 496 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Each volume is a compilation of duplicated material such including forms, statement of responsibilities, instructions, form letters, checklist forms, goal statements,
Notes: Each volume in this 1973 series corresponds to the local primary positions (Chairman, Ministerial First Vice-chairman, Administrative Second Vice-chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Office Secretary) or committees (Arrangements, Counseling, Field Work, Finance, Follow-up, Music, Operation Andrew, Prayer, Publicity, Visitation, Youth). Written, compiled or updated by Sterling Huston, they were given to local crusade committees to help explain most of the important crusade committees (along with form letters to use) and facilitate their organization. To see an earlier version of the same series, see Collection 13, box 27.
Subseries 1.6: Evangelism congresses and conventions
Arrangement: Into three subunits (the most substantial of which is the files for Amsterdam '83), with each alphabetically arranged: International Congress on World Evangelization (ICOWE or Lausanne Congress) in Lausanne, Switzerland, 1974; Consultation on World Evangelization (COWE) in Pattaya, Thailand, 1980; International Conference for Itinerant Evangelists (ICIE, Amsterdam '83), Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1983
Date range: 1970-1984 (files span 1970-1974 for the 1974 Congress, 1974-1979 for the Lausanne Continuation Committee and Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization)
Volume: 6.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 165-170, 306 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, forms, reports, statistics, event samples, financial information, lists, promotional material, consultation samples, minutes, telexes,
Correspondents: 1974 Lausanne Congress (Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, Congress administrators and staff, Leighton Ford), 1980 COWE (Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, Dave Howard, Leighton Ford, Stan Izon, John Howell, Blair Carlson, other Consultation administrators and staff), Amsterdam '83 (Walter Smyth who chaired the executive committee and was a member of the program advisory committee, Eva Prior, Blair Carlson who assisted Smyth, Werner Burklin who was the Conference Executive Director, Leighton Ford who chaired the Program Committee, Mary Becker who was Smyth's secretary, and Paul Eshleman who was the program director)
Notes: These Lausanne Congress files reflect Smyth's administrative responsibilities for a meeting or his awareness or oversight of BGEA participation in the Congress, including Billy Graham's role in it. For example, Smyth was a member of the 1974 Lausanne Congress Planning and Administrative Committees, so his files include planning meeting minutes in the four years preceding the Congress. Smyth's Lausanne Congress records are actually subdivided into three subseries (there appears to be some overlap between the first two, but it is unclear what distinguishes them). The third, a very short subseries corresponding to the Continuation Committee and Lausanne Committee (LCWE) which emerged from it, documents the follow-up to the Congress and the development of the LCWE. These latter files don't document Smyth's ongoing participation but rather his being kept updated on developments on behalf of the BGEA. There are two collections directly related to this subseries: Records of the Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization (Collection 46), and Records of the International Congress on World Evangelization (Collection 53).
The COWE files reflect Smyth's role as a BGEA liaison for the Consultation and attendance at the meeting in Thailand. A report by Henry Holley documents his efforts to do fund raising for the Consultation during a 1979 tour of Asian countries (folder 166-34). Smyth seems to have had a special interest in the participation of Eastern Europeans and was kept appraised of those who were accepted to join in the Consultation. Blair Carlson, who worked as an associate to Smyth in the BGEA, was loaned to the Consultation for administrative assistance in the Operations Department and his activities are documented through his reports. Also see the records of the Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization (Collection 46) for extensive documentation of the 1980 meeting in Thailand.
The Amsterdam '83 series is especially significant as it documents Smyth's oversight and
activity as chairman of the Conference. The files cover the full range of activity from developing
policy and philosophy to everyday details, extensively documenting the preparation process,
executive meetings and deliberations, the activities of various committees and subordinates,
arrangements, invitations to participants, finances, public relations, coordination of BGEA
involvement and support, and staffing. Amsterdam '83 is most substantially documented in the
records of the Conference, Collection 253, while the subsequent conference, Amsterdam '86, is
documented in Collection 560.
Exceptional items: Folder 169-6 contains an organizational chart for the Conference. Folder 169-31 contains a report (with attachments) from Samaritan's Purse on their distribution of clothing to participating evangelists and their financial assistance to program coordinated by evangelists. Folders 306-7 and 8 consist of the Executive Director's (Werner Burklin) report, while folder 306-9 is a compilation of "Critiques and Reports," a number of which are in response to the question "It is January 1, 1983 and time, personnel, finances, etc. are not limited. What would you do differently in your area of responsibility?"
Series 1.7: John Corts' 1979 Florida West Coast Crusade files
Summary: This subseries records a single crusade for which Corts was director
Date range: 1978-1979
Volume: .9 cubic feet
Boxes: 137-138 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Tampa area
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, lists, meeting agenda and minutes, forms, financial and other reports, committee materials, survey questionnaires, press releases, promotional material, stadium contract, tax information
Correspondents: Corts, local crusade executives and committee chairs
Notes: These files document the planning and preparation for the crusade and Corts's oversight of the process as the top BGEA representative leading up to the crusade. Interaction with crusade committees and executives is recorded. There is some communication from the local Christians or the broader community, including complaints and criticisms (folders 137-93, 94).
Series II: North American Ministries (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Arrangement: Outlined below, the series is subdivided into two subseries reflecting Sterling Huston's activity as a crusade coordinator, director or supervisor of the division which carried out these functions in the domestic sphere, followed by files reflecting the activity of BGEA staff working on domestic crusades under the supervision of Tom Phillips. The files of Tom Phillips' associates are arranged by administrator or crusade. The series does not include Phillips' own working files.
Date range: 1983-1999
Volume: 89.5 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: Domestic unless otherwise noted
Notes: These files thoroughly document BGEA crusades in the United States and Canada between the 1960s and into the 2000s, with a few international crusades also included. Huston's files are the only ones in this collection which include the evangelistic meetings conducted by BGEA associate evangelists; the balance of BGEA records related to associate evangelist meetings will be found in Collections 4, 12 and 13.
Subseries 2.1.1: Sterling Huston crusade files
Arrangement: Subdivided into two further subseries: the first (1965-1978) is arranged alphabetically by the state or Canadian province (boxes 45 and 46) in which the crusade was held; the second (1959-2002) chronologically. Within each subseries there are subseries consisting of a number of files for each crusade.
Date range: 1965-2002
Volume: 66.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 25-49, 56-73, 285-299, 498-531 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Predominantly U.S., but some Canada, and non-North American, such as the 1975 Hong Kong, 1975 Taipei, and 1977 Manila crusades.
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, reports, promotional material, forms, statistics, form letters
Correspondents: Sterling Huston, Walter Smyth, John Dillon, Don Bailey, associate evangelists, crusade directors, BGEA staff, and community civic, business and religious leaders
Notes: The files in boxes 26 through 49 intermingle those for Graham and his associate evangelists, because that is the way the files were received from the BGEA. There is substantially more information for Graham's crusades than there is for those of the associates. The files for the crusades conducted by associate evangelists appear to have been those of Don Bailey (see Collection 12, Team Office: Executive Assistant for Team Activities) and John Dillon (see Collection 13, Team Office: Field Director for Associate Evangelists), and bear enough resemblance with those in these two collections to strongly suggest that relationship. Within the subseries are further subseries for each crusade; each of these is arranged in much the same way with folder headings being largely standardized. The documents record the planning of the crusade, the many logistics, leadership provided by the community churches, statistics and the post-event follow-up and audit.
Exceptional items: Box 73 includes a small series of files documenting the Canadian AGAPE project, which consisted of the television program AGAPE featuring Canadians John Wesley White and George Beverly Shea, and concurrent multi-media evangelistic meetings and concerts featuring BGEA musicians and White, presumably to promote interest in and support of the show. The television program was launched in 1974 with BGEA support and was discontinued in mid-1978 due to lack of Canadian financial backing (despite a favorable viewer response and conversions). Lowell Jackson was the principal administrator, serving as project coordinator. Also see AGAPE files in box 162. Transcribed excerpts of Billy Graham's messages during the 1972 Charlotte Crusade are filed in folder 36-42. Graham's speech on "Indian Leadership in Indian Evangelism" to the 1975 Conference on Indian Evangelism and Christian Leadership (held in Albuquerque, New Mexico), filed in folder 34-72, is probably the most extensive document in the Archives of Graham's views on Native American evangelism.
Subseries 2.1.2: Sterling Huston miscellaneous administrative files
Date range: 1950-1989
Volume: 1.8 cubic feet
Boxes: 1, 73-75 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List) or the corresponding detailed folder list)
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, forms, duplicated material, manuscripts
Correspondents: Sterling Huston, John Dillon, associate evangelist crusade coordinators, associate evangelists
Notes: The subseries consists of a mix of files from Sterling Huston and John Dillon, but are included here as files maintained by Huston. Among Huston's files are those related to the production of his book Crusade Evangelism and the Local Church, files on assistance given to individuals and organizations by various BGEA staff, and the development and infancy of the Billy Graham Center. Dillon's files relate to the ministries of associate evangelists, including memos sent to crusade coordinators and associate evangelists (1970-1986), associate evangelist schedules, and reference files on Christian musicians available for associate evangelist crusades.
Subseries 2.1.3: Crusade invitations
Date range: 1973, 1983-2001
Volume: 3.8 cubic feet
Boxes: 280-284, 532-536 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Types of documents: Notebooks or files of loose letters from religious leaders, lay persons, and civic leaders inviting Billy Graham to conduct a crusade in their city, many but not all of which took place.
Geographic coverage: Notebooks for: Little Rock, AR; Jacksonville, FL; Tallahassee, FL; Indianapolis, IN; Minneapolis, MN; St. Louis, MO; Winston-Salem, NC; Albany, NY; Buffalo-Niagara, NY; Rochester, NY; Syracuse, NY; Cleveland, OH; Toronto, ON; Philadelphia, PA; Charleston, SC; Columbia, SC; Knoxville, TN, Nashville, TN; Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX; Salt Lake City, UT
Notes: These files of invitations are similar to those in the Walter Smyth crusade invitations subseries described above.
Subseries 2.2: Tom Phillips
Arrangement: By staff person (subseries 2.2.1: General, subseries 2.2.2: Elwyn Cutler, subseries 2.2.3: Jeannie Hickman) and crusade event (subseries 2.2.4).
Date range: 1977-1993 (bulk 1988-1993)
Volume: 17.7 cubic feet
Boxes: Boxes 442-485, 495 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Domestic
Types of documents: Correspondence, reports, forms, memos, financial reports, statistics, etc.
Correspondents: Tom Phillips, Sterling Huston, Elwyn Cutler, Steve Nelson, Jeannie Hickman, Dorothy Bennett, Pam Furlow, Pat Borgens, church and community leaders, BGEA staff
Notes: The files in this series consist of those who worked under Tom Phillips' supervision as crusade director, rather than of his personal administrative files. The files document a series of domestic crusades which took place between 1986 and 1992. The distinctions between the subseries are somewhat blurred, and most of these individuals worked together on several crusades and therefore have documents that appear in the various subseries. For this reason the subseries other than that for a series of domestic crusades between 1988 and 1993 (described below as subseries 2.2.4) are not described here further than at this series level; see the Container List for a breakdown by subseries. Elwyn Cutler is the primary crusade director reflected in this series. Among his files are a series of manuals in boxes 445, 446, 447 and 448 for coordinating various aspects of crusade planning and preparation such as "Collegiate Outreach" (folder 445-8) and "Finance Committee" (folder 446-6). Other crusades documented if only briefly include: 1983 Central Florida, 1984 British Columbia, 1985 Southern California, 1986 Washington DC, 1987 South Carolina, 1989 Arkansas, 1989 Mission Quebec. Although most of Jeannie Hickman's files appear in connection with specific crusades, there are a few which were more general, including sample materials for various events from this time period identified by crusade function. In most cities there was an aspect of community service tied into the crusade, predominantly during this time period either called Love In Action (folders 447-4, 452-14, 455-6,7,8, 458-8,9, 469-4 through 11, 470-1,2, 478-9,10, 484-9) or Feeding the Hungry in Jesus' Name (folders 454-1, 456-11). Interaction between crusade offices is documented in mailings sent to Cutler from the Arkansas Crusade (folders 450-13 to 22) and Mission Quebec offices (folders 451-1 to 8). Also documented through these various events are church leadership training rallies (folders 458-1,2,3, 477-7).
Exceptional items: A single file (folder 442-9) relates to the 1989 Evangelicazios Konferencia in Budapest at which Phillips was a participant and speaker. For the Pacific Northwest Crusade there are a few files related to the Love-in-Action program which addressed various community human needs such as hunger and homelessness. Folder update packet contains a copy of the Crusade Update newspaper which features short biographical sketches of many of the crusade staff. Folder 445-4 consists of the Lifestyle Witnessing notebook; see folders 454-2, 456-13, 458-7) for the seminars held in conjunction with crusades. Folder 452-8 refers to Roman Catholic involvement in crusades. Coordination with and involvement of the African American community is documented for the 1992 Pacific Northwest Crusade in folder 461-6.
Subseries 2.2.4: Crusades
Arrangement: Chronological, alphabetical within each event: 1988 Buffalo-Niagara, 1989 Central New York (Syracuse), 1990 Capital District (Albany), 1991 Washington State (Seattle, Tacoma), 1991 Northern New Jersey, 1991 Central Park (New York City), 1992 Pacific Northwest (Portland), 1993 Columbus. The 1992 Pacific Northwest Crusade files are further subdivided into four alphabetical subseries: Steve Nelson (crusade director), Jeannie Hickman (crusade office manager), Pam Furlow (secretary) and Pat Borgens.
Date Range: 1987-1993
Volume: 13.5 cubic feet
Boxes: 453-485, 495 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, statistics, memos, financial information, articles and press coverage, etc.
Correspondents: Tom Phillips, Steve Nelson, Elwyn Cutler, Jeannie Hickman, Dorothy Bennett, Pam Furlow, Pam Borgens, church and community leaders, BGEA staff
Notes: These files document the planning and preparation for the crusades for which Phillips was the senior director. The files themselves are those of Phillips's subordinates and those in the crusade office, including the on-site crusade director and his staff. The most substantially documented crusade is the 1992 Pacific Northwest Crusade (Portland, Oregon).
Exceptional items: Folders 464-3,4,5,6 document a church growth seminar conducted during the 1992 Pacific Northwest Crusade.
Series 3: International Ministries (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Arrangement: Subdivided into three subseries by crusade directors: Henry Holley, Blair Carlson, Bob Williams, outlined as follows:
Date range: 1957-1995
Volume: 90.7 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: International unless otherwise noted.
Notes: This series records Billy Graham's international crusades for which Holley and Carlson were crusade directors between the 1970s and 1995, and over which Bob Williams was the director beginning in 1993. Both Holley's and Carlson's files are further subdivided, documenting a few domestic crusades as well. At the center of the series are Holley's and Carlson's files documenting the series of Graham's crusades spanning from the 1960s into the 1990s. Taken along with Walter Smyth's and the North American Ministries series, these three series document most of Graham's crusades in the US and around the world. To incorporate meetings led by BGEA associate evangelists to the picture, also see Collections 4, 12 and 13.
Subseries 3.1: Henry Holley files (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Arrangement: Subdivided into subseries as outlined:
Date range: 1957-1994
Volume: 42.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 190-279, 299-306, 442, 488 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Some domestic but predominantly international
Subseries 3.1.1: Henry Holley general files
Date range: 1967-1989
Volume: 1.0 cubic feet
Boxes: 190-192 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Calendars, correspondence, telegrams, internal BGEA memos, reports, project proposals
Correspondents: BGEA staff and Team members, including Walter Smyth, Sterling Huston, George Wilson, T.W. Wilson, and with civic, religious and business leaders.
Notes: These documents range from personal notes to routine correspondence or form letters, whether from within the BGEA (sometimes to or from Holley while in other cases in which a letter was copied to him) or with contacts Holley had in the business, religious and civic spheres. The subjects of the communication range from expressions of thanks to coordinating meetings to reporting on crusade planning developments. This subseries also includes Holley's files (folders 191-4 through 18) related to BGEA Team meetings between 1967 and 1987, largely documenting arrangements and program; several of these files include reports submitted to or presented at the meeting. Intermingled with these are files corresponding to several other meetings in which Holley participated, like the 1972 Associate Crusade Coordinators' Seminar (folder 191-8) or the 1978 World Missionary and Evangelism Working Sessions (folder 191-14). The telegrams in folders 192-1 and 2 are related to arrangements, either from Holley or to him primarily by Mary Becker of the Minneapolis office.
Exceptional items: Folder 190-5 includes Holley's 1979 report on his financial development trip to East Asia on behalf of the 1980 Consultation on World Evangelization (COWE). Folders 191-1 through 3 document some preliminary thinking in the late 1980s on an international satellite mission as a means for global evangelism.
Subseries 3.1.2: Henry Holley city reports
Arrangement: International (alphabetical) and domestic (alphabetical).
Date range: 1969-1987
Volume: 1.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 192-195 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Primarily international in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, with several domestic in the US (Alaska, Houston, Washington DC)
Type of documents: Reports, correspondence, memos, lists, handwritten notes, maps, clippings, telegrams
Correspondents: Holley, Smyth, BGEA staff, contacts in countries under investigation
Notes: The most common feature of these files are Holley's reports (many but not all in a binder or notebook), submitted to Smyth following an investigation trip, assessing the suitability and conditions for holding a Billy Graham crusade there. The reports include relevant facts and demographics (including available facilities, churches and active Christian organizations, previous evangelistic meetings), key contacts, description of local support for such an enterprise, Holley's observations and recommendations. Accompanying the reports may be preliminary country information and demographics, maps, handwritten notes about meetings or gathered information, memos, correspondence and telegrams related to arrangements or contacts for Holley's trip, and preliminary crusade planning. Several exceptions to this are the Singapore and Washington DC files (folder 195-1 and 9) which contain no reports, the Hong Kong file (folder 193-3) which is more of Holley's status report on crusade preparations already underway, and the Australia or Germany files (folders 192-4, 195-7) which relate to the BGEA's Australian and German offices and operations than an anticipated crusade. The Indonesia file (folder 193-4) is an example of a location which Holley did not recommend for a crusade.
Subseries 3.1.3: Henry Holley: Crusade general files
Arrangement: Alphabetically by crusade function. Legal folders were filed together at the end of the subseries in boxes 213, 214 and 215 and therefore overlap boxes 195 through 212. Further divided into two subseries, the first primarily spanning 1970-1984 (boxes 195-215), the second 1975-1994 (boxes 299-306).
Date range: 1957-1994 (bulk 1970-1994)
Volume: 10.8 cubic feet
Boxes: 195-215, 299-306, 488 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Predominantly international with some early domestic
Type of documents: Duplicated crusade materials, typically the types of documents which comprise a crusade sample book
Notes: These files consist primarily of materials arranged according to crusade function rather than crusade event. Therefore, for example, Holley has brought together brochures printed for the various crusades he directed into one file (folder 195-11). There are a wide variety of functions documented, a few of which are hinted at in the Container List which follows in this guide. Among the main headings are Administration, Advertising, Arrangements, Badges, Biographical profiles, Brochures, Counseling, Crusade information folders, Crusade News, Crusade organization, Delegations, English committee, Equipment, Executive Committee, Extension, Films, Finance, Follow-up, Group booking, Hospitality, Hotel, Interpreters, Laymen, Livelink (satellite transmission), Local church, Logo, Media/Publicity, "Meet the Team," Men's Committee, Message ideas, Military, Ministers, Music, National Prayer Breakfast (Philippines), Nightly programs, Office procedures, Operation Andrew, Personal, Prayer, Press, Printing, Professionals, Programs, Publicity, Rallies, Reception, Samples, Schedules, School of Christian Writing, Schools of Evangelism, Security, Smyth reports, Statistical reports, Team, TV/Radio, Thank you letters, Tickets, Trip to Asia, Ushers, Visitation, Women's Committee, YES (Youth Evangelism Seminar), Youth. Among the exceptions to this general pattern are Holley's Address book (folder 196-4), Critical correspondence (folder 198-3), Message ideas and outlines (folder 204-9), and Personal (folder 207-3). Box 197 contains a series of files which consist of the BGEA's biographical sketches used for crusade press kits. The reports in folder 210-3 ("Smyth reports") are not reports generated by Smyth but rather those Holley either submitted to Walter Smyth or of which Smyth received a copy. Folder 302-18 consists of the Japanese-language copy an overview, "Who Is Billy Graham?" (prepared at the time of the Mission 94 in Japan) especially highlighting with text and photographs his relationships with American presidents and other world leaders, his stand on human rights issues, his response to international disasters, and his international crusades from the 1960s into the 1990s. The actual volume is filed in BGEA Photo Album XXVI (26), described in Location Record: Photo Albums. Copies (mostly black & white) of the album photos (mostly color) in the volume were also filed separately under appropriate Photo File folder titles.
Subseries 3.1.4: Henry Holley: Crusade counseling files
Arrangement: This subseries isn't obviously arranged nor was it reordered. These files do bring together material Holley had gathered on the counseling and follow-up aspect of a BGEA crusade. While this subseries is not a part of the previous series, it parallels the counseling portion of that subseries.
Date range: 1962-1978 (bulk 1967-1970)
Volume: 1.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 216-218 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Sample materials, form letters, memos, manuals, instructions to counselors and supervisors, job descriptions, newsletters, lecture notes and outlines
Notes: Notes from Christian Life & Witness classes (folders 217-1ff) appear to be from a class Holley participated in or observed, while notes in folders 218-3 and 218-4 from Bible discussion leadership training appear to be from sessions Holley himself taught. Co-Labor Corps material (folder 217-14) describes the role volunteers played in the processing of inquirer forms and cards and compiling statistics.
Exceptional items: Folder 216-1 consists of a small notebook produced by the BGEA which gathers crusade statistics between 1947 and 1971; the information in the notebook adds nothing new to already available information but does illustrate a tool that crusade staff had as a resource. Folder 218-5 contains material which documents the canvassing of a neighborhood to conduct a survey before a crusade to share the gospel door-to-door and ask questions to assess community attitudes to the crusade and evaluate the effectiveness of publicity material.
Subseries 3.1.5: Henry Holley: Early crusades files
Date range: 1965-1971
Volume: .8 cubic feet
Boxes: 219-220 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: International and domestic crusades
Type of documents: Correspondence, crusade newsletters, promotional material, statistics, news releases, schedules, background information on local context, telegrams,
Correspondents: Holley, Forrest Laymen, local Christian and civic leaders,
Notes: These files span the time from Holley's earliest crusade involvement in Billy Graham's 1965 Hawaii Crusade through the series of international crusades in the 1970s and 80s.
Exceptional items: Folder 219-1 includes a letter written to Holley by Forrest Layman when Holley was still enlisted in the Marines but oversaw the Co-Labor Corps for Billy Graham's 1965 Hawaii Crusade. Folder 220-4 includes a newspaper for youth workers during the 1970 New York Crusade, very much capturing the graphic style of other Jesus People and counter-culture newspapers of the period. Folder 220-12 contains Billy Graham's reply to a published critique by the Conference of the Christian Student Movement in Rhineland and Westfalia (Germany) of Graham's position on social issues (the critique is included). Two interview transcripts (c. 1970) are also included.
Subseries 3.1.6: Henry Holley: Evangelism congresses files
Date range: 1962-1983
Volume: .5 cubic feet
Boxes: 221-222 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: International and domestic evangelism congresses
Type of documents: Program materials, press releases, lists of participants, and congress papers, correspondence, memos, lists, telegrams
Notes: The congresses represented include the 1968 Asia-South Pacific Congress on Evangelism, 1969 US Congress on Evangelism, 1971 European Congress on Evangelism, 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization, 1980 Consultation on World Evangelization, '80 Evangelization Crusade (series of evangelistic meetings in Korea), the 1981 American Festival of Evangelism, and the 1983 International Conference for Itinerant Evangelists (Amsterdam '83). Holley appears to attended these as a participant rather than as an administrator, although for the 1980 Consultation he traveled throughout East Asia (where many of the international crusades over which he was director were located) to raise funds to sponsor the meeting. The most heavily documented of the meetings is Amsterdam '83, for which Holley was director of development.
Subseries 3.1.7: Henry Holley: Honor America Day files
Arrangement: Small subseries has no apparent order
Date range: 1970-1979
Volume: .5 cubic feet
Boxes: 222-223 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Correspondence, lists, programs, planning materials, the text of Graham's message, telegrams, promotional material.
Correspondents: Holley, Sterling Huston, religious, political, entertainment and civic leaders
Background: This Honor America Day was held on July 4, 1979, sponsored by the American Historic and Cultural Society to "publically affirm that America is one nation under God, that our liberty is divinely given, and to call our country to turn in recommitment to the God-centered faith of our Founding Fathers." Holley was the BGEA's representative for coordinating Billy Graham's and the BGEA involvement in the event. Graham's role included serving as one of a number of directors of the event, at which he was the featured speaker. and which the BGEA strongly supported, especially by encouraging participating in the event by the religious community in the area near Washington DC. Although not funded by the BGEA, the organization supplied personnel, travel and some services from its Minneapolis office. Holley helped establish an inter-religious council to lend visible support to religious participation in the celebration.
Notes: Holley's files record his interaction with Society staff and executives, event planners and participants, and BGEA staff. One file (folder 223-5) records the event at Cody, Wyoming, which initiated the Society's 21-day series of events which ended with the Honor America Day celebration.
Exceptional items: Folder 222-11 contains Holley's report to Billy Graham a month before the event, outlining preparations, and folder 223-3 contains his early-March 1979 report to Walter Smyth.
Subseries 3.1.8: Henry Holley: Billy Graham Center files
Arrangement: Alphabetical by file title
Date range: 1970-1983 (bulk 1981)
Volume: .4 cubic feet
Boxes: 223-224 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, memos, proposals, handwritten notes, sample proposals for another campaign
Correspondents: Holley, fund-raising committee chairman William Walton, Bill Shoemaker
Background: Holley was appointed by Billy Graham to assist the Billy Graham Center in a 1981 fund-raising campaign for the Center by coordinating events in cities where Graham had held crusades during the 1970s. Holley was loaned to Wheaton College and reported to Center director Bill Shoemaker, who was coordinating the fund raising effort.
Notes: While including some background documents which record the earliest history of the Graham Center and its dedication on the campus of Wheaton College in 1980, the majority of the documents relate to the fund raising campaign Holley was involved in. Two files (folders 224-7 and 224-8 document a fund-raising campaign launched by Campus Crusade for Christ called Here's Life to raising $1 billion to fulfill the Great Commission. These files appear to have used as an example of another campaign.
Subseries: 3.1.9: Henry Holley: International crusade files
Arrangement: Chronological by crusade, further subdivided with alphabetically arranged files for each crusade
Date range: 1963-1994
Volume: 25.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 225-274, 276-279, 299, 442 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Japan, Korea, Brazil, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, Singapore, Japan
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, business cards, evangelistic tracts, reports (status, briefing, other), financial records, statistics, press kits and news releases, crusade samples, background orientation information, news clippings, blank stationary, official invitations to crusade events, Holley's report following an investigation trip to assess the suitability of a crusade in a location, and Holley's address card files.
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, Eva Prior, Blair Carlson, Billy Graham, BGEA executives and staff, missionaries in the country of the crusade, church officials and representatives, national political figures (including highest heads of state), civic and business leaders, crusade committee chairpersons, and representatives from the BGEA office if one was established in the country. Figures which stand out in the records of some crusades include: Korea '73 (Billy Kim)
Notes: The files in this large subseries cover the entire span of international crusades for which Holley served as crusade director. For Mission France (1986), Holley acted as a special representative of Walter Smyth while Blair Carlson filled the post of crusade director, while for the final crusade in the subseries, Mission 94 in Tokyo, Holley was again the crusade director. Holley's files document his coordination with the BGEA, with local officials and church representatives, and with crusade committees. Many of the documents for each crusade are in the corresponding national language. While in many cases, the materials are original documents, most of those for the 1967 Tokyo Crusade are photocopies. The most extensively documented crusades are the 1980 Japan Crusade (which occurred in a number of cities) and Mission 94 in Tokyo, followed by the 1977 Manila Crusade. In many cases, a School of Evangelism was held at the same time, so these are documented as well. Holley appears to have made it a practice of courtesy to provide various people with a commemorative photograph either in which they appeared or was representative of the significance of the event; some of the correspondence documents these and thanks expressed to Holley. There is often a file containing material which documents the responsibilities or activities of Holley's wife, Bettie. Boxes 245 and 246 contain Holley's correspondence files with various BGEA staff involved in some way in the crusade (Walter Smyth, Leighton Ford, Cliff Barrows, Holley's son Hank Holley, Millie Dienert, Don Bailey and Bob Williams). Holley's address card files cover his contacts in Manila, Singapore and Japan during the crusades in those countries between 1977 and 1980. The Mission 94 (Tokyo) subseries begins with an office arrangement list for the files; although some files were out of this order when received and other files are not listed there, this arrangement has been retained with several extra files inserted into it. A substantial number of files are included relating to the English Language Committee (ELC) which oversaw the targeting of the English-speaking community for the crusade.
Exceptional items: Folder 225-5 contains a small 1973 directory of "Christian Missions in Korea," including addresses, phone numbers, and contact persons. The two photo calendars in folder 225-6 were gifts to Holley from Korean evangelist Billy Kim, produced by Kim's mission, Christian Service, Inc., which include many photos depicting Korean culture, industry, religious practices, historical sites, and churches and other Christian events. Folder 227-1 contains an autographed book authored by the well-known Brazilian soccer player Pele; it is unclear whether this was presented to Holley or Billy Graham. Folder 227-9 records coordination of an appearance by the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury during Graham's 1974 Rio de Janeiro crusade. Folder 228-2 contains a photocopy of a booklet produced at the time of BGEA Associate Evangelist Roy Gustafson's crusade in Hong Kong in 1963. When President Chiang Kai-shek passed away in early 1975, preparations were already well underway for the Republic of China crusade later that year, so the collection includes material from his memorial service conducted by Billy Graham in Washington, DC; a transcript of Graham's remarks are included in folder 230-2 as is a letter of thanks to the Holleys from Madame Chiang Kai-shek; it is unclear whether any of the material in the file is for a similar commemoration in Taiwan. Folder 240-6 documents an event Holley participated in, the 100th anniversary of the Korean Church, perhaps due to his connections with Korean Christians and Billy Graham's 1973 crusade. Graham's transcribed statement upon his departure from Korea in 1973 is included (folder 225-7).
Subseries 3.1.10: Henry Holley: Amsterdam '83 files
Arrangement: Alphabetically by folder title
Date range: 1982
Volume: .1 cubic feet ( 2 folders)
Boxes: 275 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Planning meeting notebook, fund-raising proposal.
Background: Holley was the development director for the Amsterdam '83 meeting.
Notes: Folder 224-9 contains a notebook from the planning consultation held a year-and-a-half prior to Amsterdam '83, while folder 224-10 consists of the "Proposal for Implementing a Cash Fund-Raising Program for the ICIE" prepared by Holley in April 1982, submitted to Walter Smyth who was chairman of the conference.
Subseries 3.1.11: Henry Holley: Amsterdam '86 files
Arrangement: Alphabetically by folder title
Date range: 1985-1986
Volume: .3 cubic feet
Boxes: 275 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, reports, telegrams, handwritten notes, ICIE personnel and conference participant lists, a press kit, conference daily newspapers
Correspondents: Walter Smyth, Bob Williams, Werner Burklin, Eva Prior
Background: Holley served as a special assistant to the Amsterdam '86 chairman, Walter Smyth, to whom Holley also reported within the BGEA. Holley's job description is located in folder 275-3.
Notes: The files in this subseries reflect Holley's duties as requested by Smyth, which included overseeing arrangements and personnel matters. A participant list (as of February 15, 1986) is in folder 225-5, listing names in alphabetical order within selected countries (Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Taiwan), all of which were countries in which Holley had worked as a director of a Billy Graham crusade during the 1970s and early 1980s.
Subseries 3.2: Blair Carlson files (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Arrangement: Subdivided into the following subseries: International Ministries general files, Personal correspondence, Country files, Crusade function files, Crusade files
Date Range: 1963-1995
Volume: 47.7 cubic feet
Subseries 3.2.1: Crusade function files
Arrangement: Alphabetical by function or activity
Date Range: 1967-1994
Volume: 12.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 335-366 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Some domestic but primarily international
Type of documents: Crusade samples, correspondence, memos, reports, statistics, publicity materials
Correspondents: Carlson, Henry Holley, Walter Smyth, other BGEA executives, community church leaders
Subjects: Evangelistic work, various aspects of crusade planning, execution and follow-up
Notes: This series parallels and somewhat overlaps Henry Holley's found in Subseries 3.1.3 (Carlson had worked under Holley's supervision and may have adopted this filing methodology from him). Carlson's files cover a later time period but there is some overlap between them; duplicates where noticed have therefore not been included here in the collection. Like the Holley files, Carlson's files are arranged to bring together samples, planning documents and some correspondence related to various specific functions of various crusades. The predominant categories include Administration, Arrangements, Children, Christian Life & Witness, Counseling, Finance, Follow-up, Group bookings, Media, Ministers, Music, Prayer, Satellite, Stewards, Team, Video, Women, Youth. International crusades are predominantly represented, including Mission 89, Manila (1977), Republic of China (1975 in Taipei), Hong Kong (1975), Mission England (1984-1985), Singapore (1978), Mission Helsinki (1987), Mission France (1986), Sydney (1979), Berlin (1990), Japan (1980), Mission Quebec (1990 in Montreal), Paris (1963), Rio de Janeiro (1973), Scotland (1991), and Vozrozhdeniye '92 (in Moscow). Of these, documentation for the later crusades, for which Carlson had more responsibility, predominate. Domestic crusades documented include Southeastern Michigan (1976 in Pontiac), Southern California (1963 in Los Angeles), Michiana (1977 in South Bend, Indiana), Southern California (1985 in Anaheim), Southern Alberta (1981 in Calgary), Greater Puget Sound (1983 in Tacoma), Central Florida (1983 in Orlando), Greater Las Vegas - Reno (1980), Alaska (1984 in Anchorage), Rochester (1988), Central New York (1989 in Syracuse), Buffalo-Niagara (1988), Golden Horseshoe (1988 in Hamilton, Ontario), New England (1982), Boise/Treasure Valley (1982), Southern New England (1985 in Hartford)
Exceptional items: Folder 340-9 in the Helsinki Crusade files labeled "church history" primarily contains background information on the church in Finland. Folder 345-5 contains counselor testimonies and reports. Folder 358-22 contains the report "Where Are They Now: Churches reflect on Mission England 1984."
Subseries 3.2.2: Crusade files
Arrangement: Chronological by crusade, further subdivided with files alphabetically arranged within each crusade subseries (the Mission France files seemed to be largely lacking the A-C portion which usually includes substantially more files for Administration, Advertising, Arrangements, Children, Christian Life & Witness. The Mission 89 files were lacking files related to the Christian Life & Witness, Counseling, Follow-up) Much of the Pro Christ '93 subseries was received unfoldered and was therefore arranged by the archivist.
Date Range: 1973-1993
Volume: 31.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 366-442, 488-494 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: France, Finland, Germany, Great Britain (England, Scotland), Russia
Type of documents: Correspondence, forms, samples, memos, reports, minutes, financial records, statistics, publicity materials
Correspondents: Carlson, Smyth, Holley, Eva Prior (Smyth's secretary), Shelley Erickson (Carlson's secretary), Pam Thomson (Carlson's secretary) Bob Williams, Myriam van der Doef, BGEA executives and staff, national church leaders and ministers, civic and business leaders. In addition to these, for each crusade there is a group of those, primarily nationals in the country of the crusade, whose activities are traced through their correspondence, reports or memos:
Mission France: Jean-Claude Boutinon, Michel Evan, Robert P. Evans, Charles Guillot,
Rick Marshall, Dan Painter, Trevor Wiltshire, Steve Wookey
Mission Helsinki: Ahti Hirvonen, Samuel Lehtanen, Kari Linqvist, Juhani Peltonen, Jukka Silvola
Mission 89 (in Great Britain): Bob Bannister (Associate London director, logistics coordinator), Richard Bewes (crusade chairman), Bill Jefferson (BGEA Team representative), Hugh Osgood (Follow-up chairman), Gavin Reid (Project director), Barry Roberts (Livelink director), and Maurice Rowlandson, Paul Wells (London director)
Berlin '90: Irmhild Barend, Hartmut Steeb
Scotland 1991: David Clement, Ian Fisher, Norman Liddle, Rick Marshall, Robert McGhee, T.F. Torrence
Vozrozhdeniye '92 (in Moscow): Roger Chilvers, Jerry Forsythe, Viktor Hamm, Sam Hanchett, Bill Jefferson, Tom Phillips, Dan Southern, Pam Thomson, Tanya Vasilevya
Pro Christ 93 (German-speaking Europe): Irmhild Barend, Horst Marquardt, Ulrich Parzany, Martin Sauer, Hartmut Steeb
Notes: Crusades documented include Mission England (1985 in Sheffield), Mission France (1986), Mission Helsinki (1987), Mission 89, Berlin '90, Scotland 1991, Vozrozhdeniye '92 (in Moscow), and Pro Christ '93 (in Essen but transmitted to German-speaking Europe as a component of Mission World). These files record Carlson's oversight and preparation for the crusades for which he served as director or associate. With the exception of the crusades in Great Britain (Mission England, Mission 89 and Scotland 1991), all occurred in non-English speaking countries, and a significant portion of this subseries is therefore written in French, Finnish, Swedish, German, and Russian (and various other languages of Russian minorities). In countries where the BGEA had an established foreign office (England, Germany), interaction and coordination with these offices is documented as well. Folders 396-4 through 12 record other activities by the International Ministries division, especially related to other missions being planned for Hong Kong, South Africa, South America and Spain. The predominantly recurring categories include Administration, Advertizing, Briefing, Children, Committees, Counseling, English-speaking Community, Executive Committee, Finance, Follow-up, Love in Action, Media, Ministers, Music, Personnel, Program, Samples, Satellite (also referred to as Livelink in some of the subseries), Statistics, Stewards, Team and Translation. Among some of the distinctive files which appear in the series are:
Mission France: Computer (folders 367-5,6), Ethnic Groups (folder 368-7), Gypsies
(folder 370-4), Roman Catholics (folders 373-3,4)
Mission Helsinki: Caring for New Christians (folders 378-9 through 379-11), Church mission (folders 379-30 through 380-3), Lutheran mission 1986 (folder 382-6), US embassy (folder 385-11)
Mission 89 (in Great Britain): Astrology (folder 389-3), Church lists (folders 389-16,17), Commemorative booklet (folder 390-1), Discovery groups (folders 392-10 through 393-3), International Ministries (folders 396-4 through 397-1), Letters to Billy Graham (folders 397-4 through 10), Luis Palau (folder 403-4), Urban (folder 411-4)
Berlin '90: na
Scotland 1991: Church meetings (folder 419-5), Edinburgh (folders 420-4,5), German delegation (folder 420-8), Roman Catholic (folder 422-2), School of Evangelism (folder 422-5)
Vozrozhdeniye '92 (in Moscow): Background info (folders 425-5,6,7,8), Baptist (folder 425-10), Chinese (folder 426-5), Churches (folder 426-13), Disabled rally (folder 427-15; also Joni file in folder 428-6 and Rally file in folder 430-14), Embassy reception (folder 427-18), Billy Graham statement (folder 429-3), Korean church (folder 430-15), Military (folder 431-8), Orthodox (folder 433-1), Pentecostals (folder 433-7), Other crusades (folders 433-3,4), Registration and incorporation (folder 435-3), School of Evangelism (folders 436-1,2), Sports (folder 436-5), USSR (folders 438-5,6,7,8)
Pro Christ '93: na
Some BGEA figures are have corresponding files not reflected in the Container List, including:
Mission France: Cliff Barrows (folder 374-10), Billy Graham (folders 374-12,13),
Henry Holley (folder 375-1), Larry Ross (folder 375-3), Walter Smyth (folder 3754-5)
Mission Helsinki: Cliff Barrows (folder 384-14), Alan Emery (folder 384-14), Bob Evans (folder 384-16), Billy Graham (folder 384-18), Henry Holley (folder 384-19), Charlie Riggs (folder 385-6), Larry Ross (folder 385-7)
Mission 89 (in Great Britain): Larry Ross (folder 410-9), Walter Smyth (folder 410-10)
Berlin '90: na
Scotland 1991: Richard Gibbons, Bill Jefferson, Rick Marshall (all in folder 423-5)
Vozrozhdeniye '92 (in Moscow): Cliff Barrows (folder 432-4), Bill Brown (folder 436-12), Ray Cosette (folder 436-11), John Dillon (folder 436-12), Mona Grellson (folder 436-13), Viktor Hamm (folder 429-5), Sam Hanchett (folders 429-6 through 430-11), David Iliffe (folder 430-12), Bill Jefferson (folder 436-14), Mikhall Morgulis (folder 436-15), Tom Phillips (folders 430-10,11), Larry Ross (folder 437-4)
Pro Christ '93 (German-speaking Europe): na
Exceptional items: A trainer's manual for Mission France appears in folder 375-9. Folder 382-6 contains a two-page summary of Billy Graham's 1954 visit to Helsinki. The Mission 89 files include some of the ministers follow-up report forms (see boxes 489-491), including the inquirer's name, address, date, age, phone, occupation or school, church referred to, minister, address and church mission coordinator; only A,B,C,D,F, and O were received, totaling approximately 7200 forms and all were retained. The Mission 89 files also included 239 site surveys for the placement of satellite dishes throughout Great Britain; the surveys were numbered ranging from 301 sequentially through 506 (in some cases there were multiple surveys for a single number. Entire reports were sampled (folder 407-7) while selected pages (cover page, venue details, price quotations, photos) were retained for all (folders 408-5,6,7,8). Also in the Mission 89 files are enrollment cards (see boxes 492-494) for choir members and stewards; the cards list information for name, address, church affiliation, availability for the various mission venues and relevant previous experience. A variety of briefing papers with background on the Russian context and church are included in folder 429-9. Among the Vozrozhdeniye '92 files are several files (folders 439-6,7,8) related to a follow-up event, Vozrozhdeniye '93, which utilized the satellite transmissions from the Pro Christ '93 meetings in Essen. Also see boxes 485, 486, and 487 on Vozrozhdeniye '95, held in conjunction with the 1995 Puerto Rico Crusade.
Subseries 3.2.3: Country files
Arrangement: Alphabetical by country name
Date Range: 1963-1992
Volume: 1.7 cubic feet
Boxes: 331-335 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographical coverage: Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Benin, Burma, Canada, China, Denmark, Eastern Europe (Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia), Europe (Portugal, Spain, France, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Netherlands), Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Hungary, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Liberia, Malawi, Malaysia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, background information, press clippings and releases
Correspondents: Carlson, Holley, Smyth, Shelley Erickson (Smyth's secretary), Billy Graham, Barry Berryman, Warwick Olson, BGEA staff, Irwin "Shorty" Yeaworth, Alexander Haraszti, church leaders, business contacts
Notes: These files contain correspondence with contacts in various countries or letters about possible crusades. Some of the letters are written to Billy Graham and answered by Carlson or his associates. The largest part of the subseries, almost half, relates to China and Graham's visit there in 1988, originally scheduled for 1987, including planning documents, and background reports on the country (especially the religious climate). Another sizable section relates to two tours Carlson made, one in western Europe with Bob Williams in mid-1991 in anticipation of Billy Graham's Pro Christ '93 (in Germany), and an Eastern European tour in late-1991 with Williams and Walter Smyth and Bob Williams in anticipation of Pro Christ '93 and Graham's Vozrozhdeniye '92 (in Moscow), each exploring the possibility of extending the reach of these ministries via satellite.
Exceptional items: Folder 332-6 contains programs from various events in which Billy Graham participated during his 1988 visit to China. Folder 332-7 includes the text of Billy Graham's response to his hosts' toasts at the welcome banquet at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Folder 333-10 contains the results of a questionnaire conducted with over a thousand French adults about their religious views and practices along with an analysis of the results. Folder 333-11 includes a report prepared by Mike Evans for Walter Smyth and Billy Graham in preparation of Mission France.
Subseries 3.2.4: International Ministries files
Date Range: 1963-1995 (bulk, 1987-1991)
Volume: 1.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 325-328, 366, 442 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Germany, Great Britain
Type of documents: Correspondence, clippings, articles of incorporation, handwritten notes, memos, background information, faxes, budgets, expense reports, financial records, reports, minutes, lecture notes
Correspondents: Carlson, Myriam van der Doef, John Corts, BGEA staff and executives, church leaders, business contacts
Notes: While somewhat general in nature, this series is heavily weighted toward the evangelistic outreaches in Germany (Pro Christ '93) and England (Mission 89). Folders 326-3 through 8 are financial records for Mission 89. The most recent documents in the subseries are reports on the 1995 Global Mission
Exceptional items: Folder 325-24 includes the formulation of the articles of incorporation for the Pro Christ '93 in Germany. Folder 327-9 contains notes from an evangelism course, possibly in Germany or Russia, at which Carlson was a presenter. Folder 327-10 consists of the contents of a notebook gathering together reports from regional representatives in preparation for Mission England in 1984. Folder 328-2 contains Harvey Thomas's report on sites explored for Spree '75, a follow-up to Spree '73 in London.
Subseries 3.2.5: Personal correspondence
Date Range: 1985-1989
Volume: 1.1 cubic feet
Boxes: 328-330 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: US, international
Type of documents: Correspondence
Correspondents: Carlson, clergy, contacts, friends, BGEA staff
Notes: This subseries, identified by Carlson as "personal," consists of letters to and from him during the period when he was coordinating crusades in Great Britain, France, and Finland. The nature of the correspondence is expressions of thanks for assistance, updating friends on his and his wife's ministry, receiving information about ministry throughout the world, and answering questions about BGEA plans and activities. It was during this period that Carlson was married to Elizabeth Reitz, so his letters refer to plans for this event and their married life and ministry together.
Subseries 3.3: Bob Williams Vozrozhdeniye '95 files
Date range: 1994-1995
Volume: .7 cubic feet
Boxes: 485-487 (click to see corresponding section of Container Box List)
Geographic coverage: Russia
Type of documents: Reports, sample materials, meeting materials and minutes
Notes: These files consist of sampled materials (affirmations, booklets, Christian Life & Witness materials, decision cards, Field Associates meeting notebooks, Billy Graham's Biblical Principles of Evangelism," ministers meetings notebooks, events newspapers, pamphlets and Gospel portions, posters, promotional calendars, reports) from the Vozrozhdeniye '95 event in Moscow, which utilized a satellite link with the 1995 Puerto Rico Crusade. The documents in the subseries is with few exceptions in Russian or minority dialects.
Series 4: Audio tapes (click to see corresponding Location Record description of individual recordings)
Date range: 1957-1980
Notes: Recordings of pre-crusade counseling and follow-up lectures, Christian Life & Witness classes, ministers' meetings, crusade services (1957 New York), radio promotional spots, and a small selection of non-BGEA recordings of sermons, music, mission reports, and lectures. The audio tapes in the collection are described more thoroughly in the Location Records which appear below in this guide. Collection 26 is the collection containing extensive crusade recordings.
Exceptional items: Tape T1 preserves a message by Dr. Graham to a group of ministers in preparation for the 1972 Charlotte Crusade (North Carolina), in which he outlined the power of the gospel and six results which a crusade can produce, and concluded with a challenge for a successful crusade. Printed transcribed excerpts from the 1972 Charlotte Crusade are filed in folder 36-42.
Series 5: Photographs (click to see corresponding Location Record description of photographs
Arrangement: Alphabetically by Photo File folder title.
Date range: 1949-1994, n.d.
Notes: Photographs (including black & white and color prints, negatives, slides, and prints in photograph albums) are described in Location Records below in this guide. The collection contains thousands of photographs of BGEA activities and staff, primarily its evangelistic crusades, Billy Graham and associate evangelists.
NOTE: Duplicates found during processing were discarded at the request of the BGEA. All artifacts were transferred to the Billy Graham Training Center - The Cove in Asheville, North Carolina. Also among the artifacts sent to the Archives were samples from other non-BGEA events, perhaps used as models for those created for BGEA crusades; these were discarded at the request of the BGEA.
These materials were received from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association from 1976-2003.
June 28, 1976
Revised: June 28, 1977
Accession 77-5, 77-7
Revised: August 9, 1977
Revised: May 17, 1978
Revised: June 27, 1985
Consolidated: November 30, 1987
Revised: August 16, 1995
Paul A. Ericksen
Revised: November 26, 1997
Paul A. Ericksen
Revised: June 16, 1999
Accessions 85-175, 86-3, 88-92, 88-130, 89-72, 89-81, 89-91, 89-136, 91-13, 91-52, 91-95, 91-105, 91-106, 92-23, 94-34, 97-62 (Photos and Photo
Updated: July 31, 2000
Accessions 85-19, 87-125, 88-92, 88-94, 88-104, 88-130, 88-135, 89-12, 89-89, 92-85, 93-116, 94-95
Paul A. Ericksen
Updated: June 8, 2001
Paul A. Ericksen
Updated: March 11, 2002
Accession: 81-146, 88-104, 90-17, 90-57, 91-52, 94-95, 95-151, 96-66, 00-58, 00-69, 01-10, 01-26
Paul A. Ericksen
Updated: April 26, 2005
Updated: February 15, 2006
Paul A. Ericksen
Updated: May 16, 2006
Accession 00-73, 01-44
January 20, 2011
Updated September 29, 2011
Updated: October 13, 2016
LIST OF SELECTED STAFF OF THE BGEA
|Aarsvold, Joel||Comptroller, 1967-198?, Vice President, Finance, 198?-|
|Akers, John||Special assistant to Billy Graham, 1977-|
|Adams, Lane||Associate evangelist, 1964-1973|
|Allen, Dan||Internal auditor, ?-1998; Assistant to Vice president of Finance, 1998-|
|Anderson, Jeff||Team office manager, 1981-?|
|Anderson, Wendell||Manger of the Christian Guidance department, 1992-|
|Backlund, Larry||Director of Schools of Evangelism, ?-|
|Bailey, Don||Film representative, Billy Graham Evangelistic Film, 1954-5; general manager, radio station WFGW-WMIT, 1960-1969; executive assistant, BGEA Atlanta office, 1969-1977; director media and public relations, 1977-1985; retired in 1994|
|Barnette , Sherman||WWP film coordinator, ?-?, crusade coordinator for JWW, 1990-1993; director of JWW crusades, 1993-|
|Barr, Dave||With World Wide Pictures from 1952, served a number of years as the director of the Minneapolis WWP office. In charge of WWP's international work 1968-1989|
|Barrows, Cliff||Director of music for the team, 1945- ; master of ceremonies for Billy Graham crusade, 1947- ; radio and television program director, 1950- ; president of World Wide Pictures, 1965-1970; BGEA board member, 1950- ; vice chairman of the board|
|Beavan, Gerald||Public relations director; newscaster for the Hour of Decision; executive secretary, 1950-1957; director of crusade planning and organization|
|Beckstrom, Kersten||Interim Editor of Decision, 1998-|
|Bell, Ralph||Associate evangelist, 1965-|
|Bennett, Walter||Advertising executive whose company handled the BGEA account, the radio and television programs|
|Berryman, William Barry||BGEA representative in Australia and New Zealand, 1963-1966; executive director of BGEA, Ltd (BGEA's Australian affiliate, 1966-1981|
|Beukema, Harold||Assistant director, BGEA World's Fair Pavilion, 1963-1965; Crusade associate, 1965-?|
|Berry, Lowell||California businessman, helped organize the Schools of Evangelism|
|Blinco, Joseph||Associate evangelist, 1954-1966|
|Borgens, Pat||Crusade associate for the 1992 Pacific Northwest Crusade|
|Boyd, Forest||Director of Communications, 1976-?|
|Brace, Debbie||Director of Operations, World Wide Publications, 2000-|
|Bridges, Loren||General manager of radio stations WFGW-WMIT, 1962-1964, 1972-73|
|Brown, William||Billy Graham film ministry, 1952-6; associate crusade director, 1956-61; crusade director, 1961-1970; president of World Wide Pictures, 1970-1988; special assignments for Billy Graham, 1988-|
|Brownlee, James||Director of Operations for World Wide Publications, 1992-2000|
|Bruce, David||Special Assistant to Billy Graham, 1995-1998|
|Bruce, Kerri||Administrative assistant in the Montreat office, 1995-1998; assistant to Larry Turner, 1998-|
|Burgin, Homer||Security/Maintenance Supervisor in Minneapolis, 1976-1992|
|Burklin, Werner||Evangelist-at-large with Youth For Christ, Executive Director of Amsterdam '83 and Amsterdam '86 conferences, Executive Director of the BGEA's German office, founded Werner Burklin Ministries (1989)|
|Busby, Russ||Crusade photographer|
|Carlson, Blair T.||Crusade associate (mainly for international crusades), 1975-1977; special assistant to the International Vice President, 1977-1988; director of international crusades, 1989?; also assisted with several of the BGEA's international conferences; director of various international crusades, 1988-1998; crusade director for Franklin Graham team, 1998-|
|Chafin, Kenneth L.||Dean for Schools of Evangelism, 1970-?|
|Clark, George||In charge of the production of the French and German editions of Decision, 1963-?; office manager of the Paris office of the BGEA, 1963-?|
|Conard, Bill||Direct mail manager, 1993-1998, Amsterdam 2000 program director, 1999-|
|Corts, John Ronald||Crusade associate, 1964-1980, 1983-1987; vice-president of operations and chief operating officer, 1987-|
|Cousins, Jack||Crusade associate, 1968-?, manager of Minneapolis Field Ministries s office, 1998-|
|Cunville, Rieweh Robert||Associate evangelist, 1978-|
|Cutler, Elwyn||Domestic crusade director|
|Darling, Edward T.||Executive secretary and Team manger, 1958-?|
|Dillon, John||Field representative for World Wide Pictures, 1961-1964; director of associate crusades, 1964-1971; executive assistant to George Wilson, 1972-1973; director of associate crusades, 1974-1985; dean of Schools of Evangelism, 1980-1990|
|Doft, Donna||Manager of the Billy Graham Response center (an 800 number) 1998-|
|Dugid, Wally||Manager of Broadcasts and Productions in the Communication Division, 1997-|
|Durston, Fred||Office Administrator for Field Ministries, ?-1998; supervisor of stewards and other assignments for Amsterdam 2000, 1998-|
|Edwards, Edna||General manager of WFGW-WMIT, 1973-|
|Elder, Ann||Editor of Alive, 1997-|
|Emery, Allan C., Jr.||Member of BGEA board; President, BGEA|
|Engstrom, George||Head of personnel for BGEA, 1954-?; Office manger for Minneapolis office|
|Engstrom, Ken||Six years with World Wide Pictures, an assistant to John Corts for two years. Daily Radio Administrator for Decision Today, 1999-|
|Erickson, Shelley||Secretary for Blair Carlson|
|Evans, Robert||Worked for International Ministries, 198?-1992|
|Fasig, William||Organist for Leighton Ford crusades, 1960-1970; director of audio engineering for Billy Graham crusades, 1975-|
|Featherstone, Robert||President of Blue Ridge Broadcasting, 1972-75; consultant for radio station KAIM in Hawaii, 1988-1990; Special projects for Billy Graham, 1990-|
|Ferm, Lois||Personal assistant to Billy Graham; resource coordinator; coordinator of the oral history project; liaison to the Billy Graham Center archives, 1973|
|Ferm, Robert||Special assignment for Billy Graham, 1959-78; Co-editor of Decision, 1960-65; Associate editor, 1966-67; associate Team coordinator, 1961-64; dean of schools of evangelism, 1964-68; leading crusade pastors' conferences, 1964-73|
|Flessing, Roger||Director of Communications, 1996-|
|Fischer, Lee||Research assistant to Billy Graham|
|Ford, Leighton||Associate evangelist, 1955-1987; BGEA board member, 1957-; Vice president of BGEA, 1958-?; program chairperson for the 1974 Lausanne Congress; chairperson of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, 1976; program chairman for Amsterdam 83|
|Graham, Billy||Founder of BGEA; president, 1950-; BGEA board member, 1950-; President of Blue Ridge Broadcasting, 1974-77|
|Forsythe, Jerry||Webmaster, 1996-|
|Furlow, Pam||Crusade office secretary for the 1922 Pacific Northwest Crusade|
|Gibbs, Del||General manager, KAIM, 198?-|
|Gillespie, Joseph E.||Director of Ralph Bell crusades, 199?-|
|Goodman, Karen||Supervisor of Winnipeg office, 199?-|
|Graham, Franklin||Associate evangelist in the 1990s; vice chairman and his father's designated successor, 1995-|
|Greene, Richard||Ass. Ed. of Decision, ?-1992; Director of Direct Mail, 1992; The Cove, 1992-|
|Grist, Walter R.||Crusade director for Akbar Haqq, 1970-1978, 1981-1992 ; Director of Schools of Evangelism, 1978; Assistant Team office manager, 1979-1981|
|Gustafson, Roy||Associate evangelist, 1959-|
|Gusn, Brandt||General manager, radio station KAIM, 1967-?|
|Hagemen, Steve||Director of Cove Camp program|
|Hall, Myrtle||Crusade soloist, 1966-|
|Halstensgard, David||Crusade coordinator for JWW, ?-1989|
|Hanson, Bradley||Manager OF Information Services, 1997-|
|Haqq, Akbar Abdul||Interpreter for Graham in India crusade, 1956; Associate evangelist, 1960-|
|Harrelson, Jim||National director of Operation Christmas Child, 1998-|
|Haymaker, Willis||Crusade director, 1949-70|
|Jeannie, Hickman,||Crusade office secretary and office manager for domestic crusades in the late 1980s and early '90s|
|Holley, Henry||Crusade associate, 1967-?; transferred from associate to Billy Graham crusades, 1974; international crusade director|
|Holmes, Mike||Manager of the Building Services Dept. of Minneapolis office, 1993-|
|Houton, Doris||head of Human Resources, Minneapolis, 1981-1995|
|Houts, Fred||Supervisor of Computer operations department, 1967-|
|Hustad, Donald||Crusade organist, 1961-67; assists on various crusades, 1967-|
|Huston, Sterling||Crusade coordinator, 1966-69; personal assistant to the director for associate crusades, 1969-71; director of associate crusades, 1972-73; director of crusades for North America, 1974-|
|Innes, John||Crusade organist, 1963-|
|Jackson, Sheryl||Officer administrator for Franklin Graham Ministries, 1998-|
|Jackson, Stan||Assistant to the President, 2000-|
|James, Bill||Director of Direct Mail, ?-1992|
|Jensen, Richard||General Manager of WFGW-WMIT, 1969-1972|
|Johnson, Emily||Christian guidance department supervisor, 1971-1992|
|Jones, Howard||Associate evangelist, 1958-1992; director for Billy Graham Relief Fund for Africa, 1973-?|
|Jones, V. Samuel||Crusade director for Akbar Haqq, 1966-69, organizer of BGEA film crusades, 1969-1972; managing director for BGEA in Hong Kong, 1972-1981 Died October 21, 1998|
|Keeney, Dan||Manager of Technical Services, 1998-|
|Kroeker, Helen||Worked in Canadian office, 1972-1992|
|Laframboise , Bob||Manager of Strategic Projects, 1997-|
|Layman, Forrest||Worked in counseling and follow-up department, 1963-65; executive assistant for Team activities and crusade planning, 1965-1969|
|Little, Danny||Crusade coordinator of FG and JWW, 199?-|
|Love, Larry||Associate evangelist|
|Lenning, John||Counselor trainer; crusade coordinator for associate evangelists; producer, Hour of Decision, 1959-|
|Mariano, Michael||Daily Radio Administrator, 1998-|
|Marshall, Rick||Crusade director, 199?-|
|Mathias, James F.||Administrative assistant, 1971-72; Counseling and follow-up administrator, 1972-1976; Team office Manager, 1976-1981?|
|Maughon, Grover||Grady Wilson crusade associate; Director of Franklin Graham Crusades, 1993-1998|
|Mayer, Dorothy||Special Services, 1979-1995|
|McCarthy, Herb||Crusade support Services for Franklin Graham Ministries, 1998-|
|McDonald, James||Crusade soloist, 1965-?|
|McGowan, Steve||Manger of Distribution Services, 1996-|
|McGregor, John||Executive Director of Associate Evangelists Ministry, 9/99-|
|McVety, Kenneth||Director of the BGEA's Tokyo office, 1968-?; editor of the Japanese version of Decision.|
|Mickelson, Paul||Crusade organist, 1950-1957|
|Miller, Jerry||Director of operations of the Cove, 1987-198?; Director of the Cove, 198?-1996; Vice President of the Cove, 1996-|
|Mitchell, Ralph||In charge of spiritual counseling for people who write or call the BGEA for assistance, 1953-1974(?)|
|Mooneyham, W. Stanley||Special assistant to Billy Graham, 1964-1967; coordinating director of the World Congress on Evangelism, 1966; vice president in charge of international relations, 1967-69; coordinating director of the Asia-South Pacific Congress on Evangelism, 1968|
|Nelson, Stacy||Materials/Technical Support Specialist for Franklin Graham Ministries, 1998-|
|Nelson, Steve||Crusade associate, crusade director. Returned to BGEA as assistant to Sterling Huston and crusade director in June (?) 1995|
|Nelson, Victor||Crusade preparation, 1961-65; director of Schools of Evangelism, 1967-1974; executive assistant of Minneapolis office, 1968- Died 1999|
|Odom, Taylor||Director of Operations at the Cove, 1998-|
|Ovikian, Michael||Worked in BGEA pavilion at the World's Fair, 1964-65; BGEA representative in Latin America|
|Palms, Roger C.||Assistant editor of Decision, 1973-76; Editor, 1976-January 2, 1998|
|Peters, Keith||Senior producer of Decision Today, 1998-|
|Phillips, Tom||Coordinator and director of counseling and follow-up administration, 1970-1994; Assistant Crusade Director, 1978; Resident Crusade Director, 1979-1980; Crusade Director, 1981-1986; Senior Crusade Director, 1987-1994; Director of programing at the Cove, 1987-1989; Christian Life & Witness instructor, 1975- ; small group Bible study training instructor, 1976- ; School of Evangelism instructor, 1982- , Vice President of Training (Cove, Schools of Evangelism, Counseling & Follow-up), 2001- .|
|Piatt, Dan||Counseling and follow-up work, 1958-; director of BGEA pavilion at the World's Fair, 1964-65; crusade director, 68-?|
|Prior, Eva||Secretary to Walter Smyth|
|Reardon, Tex||Various responsibilities relating to media 1978(?)-1991; 1992- Assist with NACIE '94 and other projects|
|Richardson, Jack||Director of Development Ministries, ?-1996|
|Riggs, Charles||Counseling and follow-up, 1954-1957; director of counseling and follow-up, 1957-; crusade director, 1964-|
|Robinson, David||Manager of Distribution Services, ?-1996|
|Root, Robert||Administrative assistant in counseling and follow-up, 1957-1962; executive assistant to Walter Smyth, 1962-64; Minneapolis office Manager, 1964-1965|
|Ross, Richard||Director and producer of Hour of Decision|
|Rowlandson, Maurice||Director of BGEA, Ltd (BGEA's British affiliate), 1961-1987|
|Scholle, Steve||Director of Operational Serivces/General Counsel, 2000-|
|Scroggins, Noble W.||Spiritual counselor, 1973; director of Schools of Evangelism, 1974-1978? ; director of spiritual counseling and follow-up departments, 1974-1981|
|Sellers, Neil||Executive Director of the Cove, 1996-|
|Shea, George Beverly||Soloist at Billy Graham crusades and radio programs, 1947-|
|Shedd, Kaleem||International Manager of Operation Child, 1998-|
|Simers, Ron||Acting Director of Development Ministries, 1997-1998, Director of Development Ministries, 1998-|
|Smith, Tedd||Crusade pianist, 1950- ; composed musical scores for some of the films of World Wide Pictures|
|Smyth, Walter||Director of Billy Graham Evangelistic Films, 1951-1957(?); coordinator of group reservations for the 1957 New York crusade; crusade director, 1958-1965; vice president of crusade planning and Team activities, 1964-1976(?); vice president for international relations and for crusade and team affairs, 1976(?)-1987|
|Thomson, Pam||Blair Carlson's secretary|
|Turner, Larry||Crusade director, 1968-87; director of the Cove, 1987-19?; Field Ministries, 198?-, Crusade director for Franklin Graham crusades, 1998-|
|van der Doef, Myriam||Blair Carlson's administrative assistant on several European missions in the late 1980s and early '90s.|
|Vangioni, Fernando||Associate evangelist, 1962-?|
|Ward, Charles||Director of BGEA activities in Latin America, 1961-67; crusade associate, 1967-70; Coordinator of film and television outreach overseas, 1970-?|
|Waters, Ethel||Guest soloist at crusades, 1957-1977|
|Werner, Barry||World Wide Pictures Director of Operations, ca. 1997-|
|White, John Wesley||Associate evangelist, 1964-|
|Wilken, Terry||TV Telephone Ministry director, ?-1998|
|Williams, Harry Boyd||Crusade director, 1963-1973, director of special projects; 1974-?|
|Williams, Ralph||Christian Guidance department Manager, 1966-1992|
|Williams, Robert||Joined BGEA in 1972, worked in WWP, ICWE, crusade associate, crusade director, counseling administrator; Director of International Ministries, 1993-|
|Wilson, George||Business Manager, 1950-1987; secretary-treasurer, 1950-1962; managing editor of Decision, 1960-1987(?); treasurer of the BGEA, 1962-1987; vice-president, 1962-66; executive vice president, 1966-1987|
|Wilson, Grady||Associate evangelist, 1947-87; BGEA board member and vice president, 1950-1987; served as BGEA's representative on various boards; served as president for a time of Grason Company; served on the board of the BGEA subsidiaries the Blue Ridge Broadcasting Company, the Black Mountain Broadcasting Company, and the Christian Broadcasting Company. He also was often part of the Hour of Decision radio program, particularly in its early years.|
|Wilson, T. W.||Associate evangelist and advisor to Graham, 1956-2001; president of Blue Ridge Broadcasting, 1963-1972, 1977-?; chairman of the board of Christian Broadcasting Company, 1965-?|
|Wirt, Sherwood||Editor of Decision, 1958-1976|
|Yerry, David||Head, Human Resources, Minneapolis, 1995-2000; Director of Administrative Services, 2000-|
|Zavitz, Lance||News secretary, 1961; director of crusade news bureau, 1961-1965|
Accession: 76-13, 77-7, 82-177, 00-69
Type of Material: Audio Tapes
The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE file.
T1 - Message by Dr. Billy Graham to ministers in Charlotte, North Carolina, in preparation for the 1972 Crusade in that city. Message date, ca. 1972.
T2 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 1A by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-up.
T3 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 1B by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-up.
T4 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 2A by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up. "Workers Together with God."
T5 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 2B by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-up.
T6 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 3 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up. 2 copies.
T7 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 4A by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up. "Bringing a Person to Christ."
T8 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 4B by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up. "Bringing a Person to Christ."
T9 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 4 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T10 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 5 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-up. "Follow-Up." 3 copies.
T11 - Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lesson 6 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up. 3 copies. One copy contains part of Lesson 1.
T12 - Central California Crusade, 1962. Fresno, California. May 22, 1962. First Baptist Church. Lesson 1 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T13 - Central California Crusade, 1962. Fresno, California. May 22, 1962. A.M. Lesson 1 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T14 - Central California Crusade, 1962. Fresno, California. May 22, 1962. P.M. Lesson 1 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T15 - Central California Crusade, 1962. Fresno, California. May 22, 1962. Lesson 2 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up. 2 copies. One copy has short piece of Lesson 1 at the beginning of the reel.
T16 - Central California Crusade, 1962. Fresno, California. May 22, 1962. A.M. Lesson 3 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up. "Counseling for Restoration."
T17 - Central California Crusade, 1962. Fresno, California. June 12, 1962. A.M. Lesson 4 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T18 - Central California Crusade, 1962. Fresno, California. June 20, 1962. A.M. Lesson 5 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up. "Follow-Up."
T19 - Central California Crusade, 1962. Fresno, California. May 22, 1962. Excerpts for "Prayer Time." Radio programs including singing by George Beverly Shea.
T20 - Southern California Crusade, 1963. Los Angeles, California. Lesson 1 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T21 - Southern California Crusade, 1963. Los Angeles, California. Lesson 2 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T22 - Southern California Crusade, 1963. Los Angeles, California. Lesson 3 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T23 - Southern California Crusade, 1963. Los Angeles, California. Lesson 4 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T24 - Southern California Crusade. 1963. Los Angeles, California. Lesson 5 by Charles Riggs on Counseling and Follow-Up.
T25 - Tape of letters dictated by George Beverly Shea in late spring or early summer of 1965.
T26 - BGEA Atlanta Team Office Christmas Party, 1966. Carol singing and talks by Gil Stricklin, Walter Smyth, Jackie Edwards, Forrest Layman, Eva Prior, Lane Adams, and Robert Ferm.
T27 - Pacific Northwest Crusade, 1968. Portland, Oregon. Talks given at the School for Evangelism. "Preparation for a Crusade" by Walter Smyth; "Evangelism through the Local Church" by D. James Kennedy; and "Organizing the Congregation for Continuous Evangelism" by D. James Kennedy. 3 copies.
T28 - Lessons 1-4 by Charles Riggs on Church Centered Lay Evangelism, Counseling and Follow-Up. Lesson 1: Mission of the Church. Lesson 2: Preparation for the Task. Lesson 3: Getting to Know the Scripture. Lesson 4: Witnessing.
T29 - Lesson 5-6 by Charles Riggs on Church Centered Lay Evangelism, Counseling and Follow-Up. Lesson 5: Securing a Commitment. Lesson 6: Follow-Up.
T30 - Relay Counseling Lessons by Charles Riggs. Lesson 1: General Procedures. Lesson 2: Counselor Qualifications.
T31 - Relay Counseling Lessons by Charles Riggs. Lesson 3: The Scriptures and Counseling. Lesson 4: Counseling the Unconverted.
T32 - Relay Counseling Lessons by Charles Riggs. Lesson 5: Counseling for Restoration. Lesson 6: Follow-Up.
T33 - Counselor Training Lessons by Dan Piatt. Lesson 1: Qualifications. Lesson 2: Witnessing. Lesson 3: Follow-Up. Lesson 4: Procedures. 14 copies.
T34 - Christian Life and Witness Class. Session 1 taught by Robert Glockner. "The Purpose of Counseling and the Qualifications of the Counselor."
T35 - Christian Life and Witness Class. Session 2 taught by Robert Glockner. "Preparation of a Counselor."
T36 - Christian Life and Witness Class. Session 3 taught by Robert Glockner. "The Witness of the Counselor."
T37 - Christian Life and Witness Class. Session 4 taught by Robert Glockner. "Counseling the Inquirer."
T38 - Two renditions of "How Great Thou Art."
T39 - Radio spots announced by Cliff Barrows for the World Wide film "The Restless Ones."
Non-BGEA Audio Tapes:
T40 - Abilene Bible Conference, 1963. Abilene, Texas. Sermons on I Chronicles 4:10, "Request Granted"; I Chronicles 29:10-13, "Hand of God"; I Chronicles 4:9; II Samuel 5:17, "Sound in the Mulberry Tree."
T41 - Abilene Bible Conference, 1963. Abilene, Texas. Sermons on Revelation 2:8-11; Revelation 2:16-17; Revelation 2:18-29; Revelation 3:1-6.
T42 - Talk given by a western missionary to S. Vietnam on the situation there after 1963.
T43 - Selections from musical numbers sung at the evening service of the Tremont Temple Baptist Church in Boston, Massachusetts. April 5, 1964. Soprano solo: "The Unveiled Christ," Ruby Slaven. Offertory Anthem: "Open My Eyes," Chancel Choir, Ruby Slaven. Tenor solo: "Is Your All on the Altar," Ralph Simons.
T44 - "Hymn History" Radio program broadcast. July, 1965.
T45 - Talk on the situation for missionaries in South Vietnam by three Western missionaries to that country: Rev. Oral Steinkamp (?), Rev. Louis Meyers, and Rev. Hans Leroy Josephson. August 22, 1965.
T46 - Talks given at a Bible conference held in Montreat, North Carolina, in 1966. Dr. Howard G. Hageman - "An Urban Ministry"; "Trouble in the Church."
T47 - Talks given at a Bible conference held in Montreat, North Carolina, in 1966. Dr. Howard G. Hageman - "A Campus Ministry"; "Ministerial Recruitment."
T48 - Talks given at a Bible conference held in Montreat, North Carolina, in 1966. Dr. Howard G. Hageman - "It's Bad for Business"; Dr. Frederick B. Speakman - "About My Friend Nicodemus."
T49 - Talks given at a Bible conference in Montreat, North Carolina, in 1966. Dr. Ernest Campbell - "John 10:7-14"; Dr. Ernest Campbell - "The State of Preaching in the American Church."
T50 - Lecture by Louie Evans, Jr. on "Building Church Membership Maturity."
T51 - Christmas Carols.
T52 - Sacred Music, vocal and instrumental.
T53 - Instrumental music.
NOTE: Audio tapes T54 through T83 are 10" reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, editing recordings, approximately one hour long, of the Billy Graham New York Crusade services in Madison Square Garden; see below:
T54 - May 29, 1957. 60 minutes.
T55 - May 30, 1957. 60 minutes.
T56 - May 31, 1957. 60 minutes.
T57 - June 1, 1957. 60 minutes.
T58 - June 2, 1957. 60 minutes.
T59 - June 3, 1957. 60 minutes.
T60 - June 4, 1957. 60 minutes.
T61 - June 5, 1957. 60 minutes.
T62 - June 6, 1957. 60 minutes.
T63 - June 7, 1957. 60 minutes.
T64 - June 8, 1957. 60 minutes.
T65 - June 9, 1957. 60 minutes.
T66 - June 10, 1957. 70 minutes.
T67 - June 11, 1957. 71 minutes.
T68 - June 12, 1957. 67 minutes.
T69 - June 13, 1957. 65 minutes.
T70 - June 14, 1957. 63 minutes.
T71 - June 15, 1957. 60 minutes.
T72 - June 16, 1957. 58 minutes.
T73 - June 18, 1957. 71 minutes.
T74 - June 19, 1957. 62 minutes.
T75 - June 20, 1957. 65 minutes.
T76 - June 21, 1957. 69 minutes.
T77 - June 22, 1957. 61 minutes.
T78 - June 23, 1957. 70 minutes.
T79 - June 24, 1957. 65 minutes.
T80 - June 25, 1957. 62 minutes.
T81 - June 26, 1957. 60 minutes.
T82 - June 26, 1957. 52 minutes.
T83 - July 5, 1957. 77 minutes.
T84 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, approx. 45 minutes. Billy Graham speaking at a ministers' meeting, May 6, 1975. The topic of the message is moral deterioration in America and catastrophes which should wake up the people. One side.
T85 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, approx. 60 minutes. Ministers' meeting in preparation for the 1976 Pacific Northwest Crusade in Seattle, Washington. Graham speaking on what to expect at the Crusade and living by the demands of the gospel. March?, 1976. Two sides.
T86 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, approx. 45 minutes. Graham speaking at a ministers' meeting in Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan. March 9, 1976. The topic is communicating the Gospel. One side.
T87 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, 60 minutes. Tape 1 of minutes of ministers' meeting in San Diego, California, in preparation for August crusade. April 1, 1976. Graham speaking about awakening/revival. Two sides.
T88 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, approx. 25 minutes. Tape 2 on same occasion as T87.
T89 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, 3 minutes. Six 30-second spots with various testimonies and an invitation to the Graham Crusade at the King Dome, Seattle, Washington. April or May, 1976.
T90 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approx. 60 minutes. Closing session of Code '76, August 15, 1976, Aztec Center, San Diego University. Speaker unknown: "The Giving of Gifts." One side.
T91 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, approx. 45 minutes. Graham speaking at a banquet for the Economic Club of the University of Detroit during its 100th anniversary. Subject is the rising evangelicalism in the United States, followed by a question and answer period. October 11, 1976. One side.
T92 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips. Side 1: 60 minutes. Phil Tanyon (sp?), former Chief of Police in Detroit speaking at Junior Economic Club on "Role of Detroit Police Department in the Criminal Justice System and Need for Legislative Reform." N.d. Side 2: Governor Jimmy Carter campaigning for the presidency, speaking in Detroit (Economic Club?). October 15, 1976.
T93 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, approx. 8 minutes. Sixteen 30-seconds spots with various testimonies and an invitation to the Graham Crusade at Pontiac Metropolitan Stadium in Detroit. September or October, 1976.
T94 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, 6 minutes. Six 1-minute spots. Billy Graham asking for prayer support through prayer partners for the Detroit Crusade. 1976.
T95 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, 90 minutes. Ministers' meeting or seminar at the Cincinnati Convention Center prior to the Tri-State Billy Graham Crusade of October, 1977. David DuPlessis speaking on Christ as the Head of the Church and the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Two sides.
T96 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, approx. 90 minutes. Continuation of T95. DuPlessis speaking on being baptized in the Spirit and speaking in tongues. Dr. Jerry R. Kirk's response to DuPlessis, hurt because the latter's topic went beyond the area of agreement within the Crusade executive committee which they had agreed not to deal with. Several exchanges between the two men, both very apologetic, with good will in the end. Two sides.
T97 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, 90 minutes. Meeting at the Cincinnati Convention Center prior to the Tri-State Billy Graham Crusade of 1977. Mrs. Millie Dienert addressing prayer groups on the subject of prayer. Miss Dulsey Smith, soloist. Two sides.
T98 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, 90 minutes. Meeting at the Cincinnati Convention Center prior to the Tri-State Billy Graham Crusade of October, 1977. Leighton Ford speaking on Back to Basics of Life. Harry Causey, soloist. Two sides.
T99 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, 90 minutes. Meeting at the Cincinnati Convention Center prior to the Tri-State Billy Graham Crusade of 1977. Ray Stedman speaking on the Functioning of the Body of Christ. Rob Reider, soloist. Two sides.
T100 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 90 minutes (copied from a damaged cassette). Meeting at the Cincinnati Convention Center prior to the Tri-State Billy Graham Crusade of October, 1977. Tom Skinner speaking on being ready for the Spirit to work--the Spirit is ready, do we have options ready? Two sides.
T101 - Cassette, 7-1/2 ips, 17 minutes. "The Crusade Story," recorded October 8, 1979. Reasons for a crusade and a typical crusade described. One side.
T102 - Cassette, 12 minutes, two sides. Tape accompanies slide series (see SLIDE BOX 21:
S5-128) to promote the BGEA's Operation Andrew program as a means to encourage Christians
to invite their friends to a Billy Graham crusade. One side of the cassette includes an audible
pulse for advancing the slides; the reverse side has an inaudible pulse embedded for use with
programed audio-visual equipment. 1980.
Type of Material: Compact disc
The following items are located in the COMPACT DISC FILE.
CD1 - Hymns in Japanese, featuring four pieces from the crusade songbook, including "All Hail
the Power of Jesus' Name," "Majesty," "It Is Well With My Soul,"and "He's Still King of
Kings." Each selection is performed as a choral piece with combined parts and then repeated
four times to isolate the vocal parts (soprano, alto, tenor, base), totaling twenty tracks. No
booklet or liner notes are included. From folder 278-29.
Accession: 82-177, 94-34
Type of material: Negatives
The following items are located in the NEGATIVE FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below. All the negatives are black and white, unless otherwise noted.
BGEA: INDIA CRUSADE (RANNY, KOTTAYAM, MAVELKARI, MADRAS), JANUARY 1973. Akbar-Haqq's India Crusade (Ranny, Kottayam, Mavelkari, Madras); January, 1973.
BGEA: (TOKYO). Shots of the crusade executive committee, an interview with Dr. Honda
for DECISION magazine, office staff, and a women's meeting at which Bettie Holley was the
featured speaker. 44 color images. Taken from folder 276-25, 276-41, and 277-22.
Accession: 76-13, 82-177, 88-104, 88-135, 89-89, 94-34, 94-95, 00-69, 11-54, 16-18
Type of material: Oversize Materials
The following were transferred to the BILLY GRAHAM TRAINING CENTER unless otherwise noted:
Advertising campaigns (OS29). Photocopies of crusade posters for the 1983 Central Florida Crusade in Orlando, 1983 Sacramento Crusade, 1986 Greater Washington (DC) Crusade, and the 1986 Northern Florida (Tallahassee) Crusade.
Blueprints (OS 29). 1973 Korea (seating arrangement and ground plan), 1975 Republic of China, 1975 Hong Kong (series of eight), 1984 Mission England in Ipswich, 1985 Mission England (Sheffield), 1990 Hong Kong, Scotland 1991, Mission 94 (Tokyo, series of seven from folder 276-27), and schematics for an unidentified crusade. Also includes a blueprint version of the 1992 Pacific Northwest Crusade arrangements committee's planning calendar, taken from folder 462-7. The Scotland 1991 venue was taken from folder 419-1.
Braille version in Finnish of Billy Graham's Steps to Peace With God (OS29). Relocated from among the Mission Helsinki materials.
POSTERS (arranged chronologically in folders by decades):
1952 GREATER HOUSTON CRUSADE (OS 29). Poster promoting the 4-week series of meetings in the Sam Houston Coliseum. Printed green, black, and brown on what is now browned paper with torn corner, 12.5" x 19". (Previously Accession 1991.0068 in the BGC Museum collection.)
1953 ASHEVILLE CRUSADE (OS 29). Poster promoting the 2-week series of meetings in the City Auditorium. Printed red, yellow, and black on white, 18.5" x 12.75" with a torn corner. (Previously Accession 1991.0069 in the BGC Museum collection.)
1961 Philadelphia Crusade (OS 29). Poster.
1962 Chicago Crusade (OS 29). Poster. (Previously Accession 1984.0858 in the BGC Museum collection.)
1963 FRANCE TOUR (OS 29). 1963. Poster promoting meetings in Porte de Clignancourt (a Paris neighborhood) from May 12-19. 10.25" x 15". (Previously Accession 1990.0080 in the BGC Museum collection.)
1967 Korea Crusade (OS 29). Poster (1).
1970 East Tennessee (Knoxville) (OS 29). Posters (2), one promoting "An Evening of Sacred Music" featuring George Beverly Shea, Cliff Barrows and Tedd Smith.
1973 St. Louis (OS 29). Poster (1), promoting a prayer breakfast featuring Tom Landry and St. Louis Cardinals football players.
1973 Korea Crusade (OS 29). Posters (5) promoting crusade meetings, a prayer rally; a young adults meeting, and others. The posters include little if any English.
YES '73 (Youth Evangelism Seminar, held in conjunction with the Upper Midwest Crusade ) (OS 29). Posters (2) advertising the seminar and concerts by YES '73 featured artists the Gamble Folk.
1974 Rio de Janeiro Crusade (OS 29). Posters (5), advertising the crusade, soliciting prayer for the crusade, and advertising Christian Life & Witness classes. All posters are in Portuguese. One additional poster is of a b&w photograph of a soccer match in Maracaña [Stadium] the venue for the crusade in Rio de Janeiro.
1975 Republic of China Crusade (OS 29). Posters (8) promoting the crusade meetings in Taipei, encouraging prayer for the crusade, and another with a full-color photograph of Billy Graham attached. All but one of the posters includes some English but is largely in Chinese; one is entirely in English.
1975 Hong Kong Crusade (OS 29). Posters (7) advertizing crusade meetings, a youth meeting, encouraging prayer for the crusade, promoting the showing of the crusade film about the 1973 Korea Crusade, and announcing the Christian Life & Witness classes. Each of the posters includes some English but is largely in Chinese.
1977 Metro Manila Crusade (OS 29). Posters (10), in English or probably in Tagalog, including schedules for counselor training classes, announcing Hour of Decision's May 1977 worldwide telecast and a music team event, advertising crusade meetings, advertizing the music team's evening program prior to the crusade, advertizing youth rallies in June and October 1977, advertizing Ruth Graham's Women's Fellowship meeting prior to the crusade, advertizing showing of a Billy Graham crusade film with blanks for time and location to be filled in, advertizing Billy Graham television broadcasts prior to the crusade, soliciting prayer for the crusade, and advertizing a pre-crusade Chinese Gospel rally featuring Billy and Ruth Graham, Myrtle Hall, Roy Gustafson, and T.W. Wilson.
1977 Poland Crusade (OS29). Poster (1). Text entirely in Polish.
1978 Singapore Crusade (OS 29). Posters (12), promoting a women's rally featuring Henry Holley's wife, promoting youth rallies, advertizing showing of a Billy Graham crusade film with blanks for time and location to be filled in, encouraging prayer for the crusade, advertizing the crusade meetings, promoting August prayer rallies prior to the crusade, October prayer rallies prior to the crusade, promoting Operation Andrew Night, promoting daily and specials days of prayer for the crusade, and promoting crusade prayer meetings with blanks for time to be filled in. Each of the posters consists of a combination of English and Chinese.
1979 Sydney (OS 29). Poster (1) promoting the Operation Andrew program for the crusade.
1980 Japan Crusades (OS 29). Posters (33) promoting crusade meetings in Osaka, Tokyo, Okinawa, Fukuoka, and Hiroshima, encouraging prayer for crusades in Osaka, Fukuoko and Okinawa, promoting Leighton Ford's crusade in Nagoya, promoting musical concerts by Graham's music team in Fukuoka, Tokyo, and Osaka, advertizing a women's pre-crusade meetings in Osaka and Tokyo featuring Millie Dienert, Myrtle Hall and Betty Holley, promoting the Christian Life & Witness training classes in Osaka and Fukuoka, and promoting a pre-crusade briefing session "Vision Presentation" in Fukuoka with blanks for date and time to be inserted. Posters include very little English and are predominantly in Japanese.
1982 Blackpool Crusade (OS 29). Poster (1) advertizing the crusade meetings.
1984 Mission England (OS 29). Posters (16) advertising the crusade meetings, including the promotional campaign featuring the phrase lines "Life. Can anyone make sense of it?" Two of the posters are in an oversized format. Posters in announcements for prayer meetings, promoting involvement in the crusade program in northwest England centered in Manchester, promoting a video presentation at a location with details to be filled in, advertising crusade meetings in Ipswich and Bristol, promoting involvement in crusade activities centered in Bristol in South West England and South Wales, and one designed for use in bus transportation advertizing crusade meetings in Ipswich.
1984 100th Anniversary of the Korean Church (OS 29). Posters (3) promoting the evangelistic meeting during the anniversary celebration and the anniversary celebration itself. The posters include little if any English.
1985 South Florida Crusade (Ft. Lauderdale) (OS 29). Posters (6) promoting the "Break Away Rally" for young people, urging prayer for the crusade, promoting a laymen's prayer breakfast featuring Dr. Kenneth Cooper, promoting a series of women's prayer seminars featuring Millie Dienert, promoting a series of rallies for senior citizens featuring Grady Wilson, Bev Shea and John Innes, and promoting a series of women's prayer rallies featuring Bonnie Barrows and soloist Darise Hails.
1985 Mission England: Sheffield (OS 29). Posters (4) promoting the crusade meetings and two posters probably used during the Sheffield meetings advertising World Wide Pictures' films The Prodigal and Cry From the Mountain.
1986 Mission France (OS 29). Posters (3) promoting crusade meetings and a series of pre-crusade meetings featuring Cliff Barrows, a drama team and assorted musicians. One of the posters came from folder 373-1
1986 Greater Washington DC (OS29). Poster (1) urging prayer for the crusade.
1987 Rocky Mountain (OS29). Posters (3) promoting crusade meetings and prayer, including one in Spanish.
1987 Mission Helsinki (OS 29). Posters (8) advertising the crusade meetings (in Finnish, Swedish and English), advertising the World Wide Pictures film Caught in Finnish: Kujanjuoksu. Separate versions of the crusade poster are in English only, Finnish only or Swedish only, while one version of the film promo is in English and Finnish and the other is only in Finnish except for the film title and credits. Several of the posters comes from folders 366-6 and 10.
1989 Mission 89 (OS29). Posters (6) promoting crusade meetings, prayer and children's meetings. Several posters came from folders 389-10,14 and 402-9
1990 Berlin (OS 29). Poster (1) featuring a German variation on the Mission England campaign, replacing the phrase "Life. Can Any anyone make sense of it?" with "Leben."
1990 Capital District (Albany, NY, OS29). Posters (2) advertising a special music program and training meetings.
1990 Hong Kong (OS29). Posters (10) promoting crusade and training meetings and prayer. Posters are in Chinese or English.
1991 Washington State (OS29). Poster (1) promoting prayer for the crusade.
1991 Scotland 1991 (OS29). Posters (8) promoting crusade and training meetings, prayer. Among these are several featuring the slogan "Does life have any meaning?"
1991 Central Park Rally (NY City, OS29). Poster (1) urging prayer for the one-day meeting. From folder 397-2.
1991 Buenos Aires (OS29). Posters (3) promoting the crusade meetings, prayer, and a women's meeting featuring Anne Graham Lotz.
1992 Pacific Northwest (OS29). Poster (1) promoting a crusade youth rally from folder 453-2.
1992 Vozrozhdeniye '92 (Moscow, OS29). Posters (2) promoting crusade meetings. Text is in Cyrillic.
1993 Columbus (OS29). Posters (5) promoting crusade meetings, youth rallies, prayer and a children's Operation Andrew program. Some of the posters came from folders 485-9 and 17.
Mission 94 (Tokyo) (OS29). Posters (8): Two full-color and two two-color (blue and red on white, green and black on white), two measuring 11¾" x 16½ " promoting the crusade (one in English) and related activities. Three full-color measuring 14¼" x 20¼" (two identical with location sticker attached to one) promoting the crusade. One full-color measuring 28½" x 40½" promoting the crusade. Posters taken from folders 276-19, 276-43, and 278-28.
1995 Vozrozhdeniye '95 (Moscow, OS29). Posters (7) promoting crusade meetings and prayer (using the motif from Vozrozhdeniye '92) in various languages including Russian, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Moldovan, and Ukranian. The meetings were satellite transmissions of the Puerto Rico crusade.
1995 Greater Sacramento (OS29). Poster (1) promoting crusade Rock Your World Concert.
2005 Greater New York Billy Graham Crusade (OS 29). Poster.
Accession: 76-13, 77-5, 82-177, 85-175, 86-3, 88-92, 88-130, 89-81, 89-91, 89-136, 91-13, 91-52, 91-95, 91-105, 91-106, 92-23, 94-34, 94-95, 96-13, 97-62, 00-69, 01-44, 01-73, 05-29
Type of material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.
ABDUL-HAQQ, AKBAR. Portraits of Associate Evangelist Abdul-Haqq, with Billy Graham, with translator in Korea, two autographed photos to Billy Graham, one of his family, 1962-1973, n.d. 8 b&w.
ADAMS, LANE. Portraits and others of BGEA associate evangelist Adams, n.d.. 11 b&w, 1 color.
AGNEW, SPIRO. Billy Graham playing golf with Agnew at the Quail Hollow Country Club, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1969. 7 b&w, 11 color.
ALI, MOHAMMED. Photographs of Ali with Billy and Ruth Graham and others at the Grahams' home in North Carolina, 1979. 3 b&w, 2 color.
ALL INDIA INSTITUTE ON EVANGELISM, NEW DELHI, INDIA; NOV 7-13, 1970 (OVERSIZE). Dr. Akbar Abdul-Haqq, chairman. 70 b&w.
ANDERSON, JOHN B. Photo autographed to Billy Graham, n.d., 1 b&w.
ARMSTRONG, LOUIS. Billy Graham with Armstrong on Joey Bishop's TV show, 1968. 3 b&w, 1 color.
AUSTIN, LLOYD. Austin, chairman of the board of the Security First National Bank, Los Angeles, California, speaking with Billy Graham, n.d.. 1 b&w.
BAPTISMS. Various baptism scenes in and along the River Ob in Siberia, n.d.. 10 b&w.
BARROWS, CLIFF. Portraits, press photos, and candid shots of Barrows; also includes several of Barrows with Billie Barrows, several of Barrows directing a crusade choir, and one large color transparency of Barrows on crusade platform with Kim Wickes. 1983, n.d. 30 b&w, 30 b&w.
BELGANO, FRANK N JR. Billy Graham with Belgano, n.d.. 1 b&w.
BELL, L NELSON (DR). Portraits, Bell (father of Ruth Graham Bell) with wife and family, n.d.. 6 b&w.
BELL, RALPH. Portraits of Associate Evangelist Bell, 1965-1978. 4 b&w.
BERRY, LOWELL. Portraits of businessman Berry, who helped organize the Schools of Evangelism, n.d. 2 b&w.
BILLY GRAHAM CENTER, WHEATON, IL. 1 color.
BGEA: CHRIST FOR GREATER LOS ANGELES REVIVAL; SEP 25-NOV 20, 1949. Graham preaching; the tent at the corner of Washington and Hill Streets; sign on the tent; Gil Dodds, George Wilson, and others as if in the starting blocks for a sprint. 9 b&w.
BGEA: BOSTON CRUSADE; DEC. 31, 1949-JAN. 16, 1950. Ruth and Billy Graham; overview of Boston Garden auditorium; the crowd on closing night. 5 b&w.
BGEA: COLUMBIA CRUSADE; FEB 19-MAR 12, 1950. Aerial view of the stadium; crusade crowds; a prayer service; Columbia Township Auditorium; other meetings. 20 b&w.
BGEA: GREATER PORTLAND GOSPEL CRUSADE; JUL 28-SEP 4, 1950. Miracle Tabernacle, Ruth Graham speaking, George Beverly Shea, Jim Vaus; Billy Graham speaking at Oregon State Penitentiary, Graham at the Multnomah Hotel Personality Board with his photo among others on the board. 28 b&w.
BGEA: ATLANTA CRUSADE; OCT 29-DEC 3, 1950. A speaker, construction workers in prayer, photos include Morgan Blake, an early convert of Graham, Robert G. Lee, and others. 8 b&w.
BGEA: MEMPHIS CRUSADE; MAY 20-JUN 20, 1951. Governor Fielding Wright (MS), Sheriff Jimmy Thompson (Shelby County, TN), and Billy Graham by an airplane, June 7, 1951; Crump Stadium, closing night, June 20, 1951; 3 b&w.
BGEA: HOLLYWOOD BOWL CRUSADE; SEP 16-OCT 6, 1951. Overview of crusade; Graham at informal party with actors Jimmy Stewart, Spencer Tracy, Pat O'Brien, and others. 2 b&w.
BGEA: GREENSBORO CRUSADE; OCT 14-NOV 26, 1951. Tabernacle interior, crowds outside listening, Graham with Mayor Robert Frazier and Mayor Pro Tem Boyd Morris of Greensboro on November 11, 1951. 17 b&w.
BGEA: WASHINGTON, DC CRUSADE; JAN 13-FEB 18, 1952. Platform and audience. 3 b&w.
BGEA: HOUSTON CRUSADE; MAY 4-JUN 8, 1951. Shots of Graham, including standing near a plane, waving, snapshot of Graham. 3 b&w.
BGEA: PITTSBURGH CRUSADE; SEP 7-OCT 5, 1952. Billboard on a bridge advertising the crusade and the empty crusade auditorium. 2 b&w.
BGEA: KOREA VISIT; DEC 1952 (two folders). Grady Wilson, David Morken, Billy Graham, Maj. Gen. Thomas W. Herren, Bob Pierce, and others. 576 b&w.
BGEA: PENTAGON VISIT; 1952. Graham speaking and the audience. 6 b&w.
BGEA: CHATTANOOGA CRUSADE; MARCH 15-APRIL 14, 1953. Crusade crowds, Billy Graham with members of crusade committee, Billy and Ruth Graham with L. Nelson and Virginia Bell. 9 b&w.
BGEA: ST. LOUIS REVIVAL; APR 19-MAY 16, 1953. Kiel Auditorium, choir, Cliff Barrows, and George Beverly Shea. 4 b&w.
BGEA: DALLAS CRUSADE; MAY 31-JUN 28, 1953. Advertising for the Crusade, crowd in the Cotton Bowl Stadium. 13 b&w, 1 color.
BGEA: DETROIT CRUSADE; SEP 27-NOV 1, 1953. Construction of a tower-like structure, groundbreaking and construction of the tabernacle, meeting in the tabernacle at the State Fair Grounds, Cliff Barrows performing "Daniel in the Lions' Den" for a children's meeting, meeting in Briggs Stadium. 21 b&w.
BGEA: LONDON CRUSADE, GREATER; MAR 1-MAY 22, 1954. Billy Graham with various other men; crusade executive committee with Cliff Barrows and George Beverly Shea. Billboards for the crusade; poster outside St. Tristran-of-the-West. Billy and Ruth Graham disembarking at Southampton. Graham arriving at Waterloo Station on February 24; crowds at the station; Donn Moomaw, former All-American U.C.L.A. football player, helps Graham through crowd. Graham at first press conference on February 25. Harringay Arena; Graham preaching; buses and traffic for children's meeting on March 20. Inside a radio station with a man at work. Hyde Park in April, Graham speaking. Trafalgar Square on April 3, Cliff Barrows leading singing and Graham speaking. White City Stadium, Roy Rogers riding a horse; Roy and Dale Evans Rogers greeting a crowd. White City Stadium on May 22, Graham in a raincoat; the crowd (people coming forward). Wembley Stadium, closing meeting on May 22, Graham speaking from under an improvised canopy; the crowd (people coming forward). Graham outside 10 Downing Street after visiting Sir Winston Churchill. 64 b&w.
BGEA: HELSINKI RALLY; JUN 1954. Billy Graham, George Beverly Shea, Cliff and Billie Barrows, and many others at a long banquet table. 2 b&w.
BGEA: NASHVILLE CRUSADE; AUG 22-SEP 19, 1954. Billboard advertising the crusade at Vanderbilt Stadium. 4 b&w.
BGEA: BAYLOR UNIVERSITY VISIT; NOV 1954. Billy Graham's nose is tweaked by an interesting character (Larry Barnes?) as he becomes a member of the Noze Brotherhood (?) of Baylor. 1 b&w.
BGEA: ALL-SCOTLAND CRUSADE; MAR 21-APR 30, 1955. Billy Graham shaking hands with a child in a crowd; speaking to workers at John Brown's shipyard. 101 b&w.
BGEA: LONDON CRUSADE; MAY 14-22, 1955. Crowds at Wembley Stadium. 13 b&w.
BGEA: EUROPEAN TOUR; JUNE-JULY, 1955. Two snapshots from the rally in Nurmberg, Germany. 2 b&w
BGEA: TORONTO EVANGELISTIC CRUSADE, GREATER; SEP 18-OCT 9, 1955. Billy Graham and others at the International Airport examining a map; exterior of the CNE Coliseum; Graham preaching; the audience and choir queue for a meeting at Maple Leaf Gardens. 18 b&w.
BGEA: INDIA TOUR; JAN 17-FEB 13, 1956. Billy Graham on a lawn with Indian clergy (?) wearing long red and white robes and crosses; small parade of a uniformed group bearing red flags with hammers and sickles, Graham with them; Graham walking in the country with a crowd behind him; Graham speaking from outdoor platforms. 7 color.
BGEA: LOUISVILLE CRUSADE; SEP 30-OCT 28, 1956. Graham and the steering committee for the crusade. 5 b&w.
BGEA: HONG KONG RALLIES, FEB 14-15, 1956. Shots of planning meeting, presumably for the 1956 rallies. Depicted in the shots are BGEA representative Dan Piatt, IFES representative David Adeney, and Chinese participants. 6 b&w.
BGEA: NEW YORK CRUSADE; MAY 15-SEP 1, 1957. 28 b&w. Graham meeting with President Eisenhower; Crusade office from the street and inside; large group of children hearing a Bible reading by Dale Evans Rogers; lines waiting to get into Madison Square Garden; inside Madison Square Garden; visit of Billy Graham’s mother, Morrow Graham, to the crusade; Graham and Nixon praying together during crusade service; street rally on Wall Street; aerial view of Yankee Stadium showing the crowd a half-hour before the special July 20 meeting; farewell sermon in Times Square, September 1.
BGEA: SAN FRANCISCO BAY CITIES CRUSADE; APR 27-JUN 15, 1958. 4 b&w. Servicemen with heads bowed, at an outdoor meeting; two buildings in San Francisco. Graham visiting inmates at San Quentin Prison, Graham standing on a cliff overlooking Golden Gate Bridge.
BGEA: CHARLOTTE CRUSADE; SEP 21-OCT 26, 1958. Cliff Barrows directing choir as people come forward during the invitation; people outside the area; additional seating for the service outside. 10 b&w, 2 color.
BGEA: INDIANAPOLIS CRUSADE; OCT 6-NOV 1, 1959. Billy Graham backstage; Cliff Barrows
directing choir rehearsal; George Beverly Shea singing in the Coliseum; Coliseum; Shea singing while
Barrows leads the audience; Graham speaking; outdoor meeting, Monument Circle; Mr. Stug (?)
speaking; Barrows leading singing; Graham. Final day, outside meeting; Barrows with microphone; radio
and TV tower; close-up of a counselor at work. 1 b&w, 16 color.
BGEA: AFRICA TOUR; JAN 12-MAR 13, 1960. 5 b&w. Includes photos of Graham departing by plane from New York for Monrovia, Liberia; Graham receiving a decoration from President V. S. Tubman of Liberia; Graham speaking to a crowd in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
BGEA: BAPTIST WORLD CONVENTION VISIT, RIO DE JANEIRO; JUL 3, 1960. Baptist World Convention in Rio de Janeiro. Meeting in stadium with a view toward the field and platform. 1 b&w.
BGEA: BERLIN CRUSADE, SEPT. 26-OCT. 2, 1960. Shots of the crusade meetings in front of the pre-Nazi era Reichstag. 1960. 3 b&w.
BGEA: MIAMI CRUSADE, GREATER; MAR. 5-26, 1961. Pictures of the city from the Miami News Bureau; aerial view of Bayfront Park Auditorium, Bayfront Park and Yacht Basin; street view of Municipal Auditorium; inside view of empty Auditorium; an Orange Bowl crowd with bands covering the field; a night concert at a park band shell; billboard advertising crusade; crusade crowds and platform; executive committee including Willis Haymaker and Charlie Riggs. 11 b&w.
BGEA: NORTH OF ENGLAND CRUSADE; MAY 29-JUN 17, 1961. Committee meeting, April 17, 1961 (at Swansea?): E.C. Hill, Jerry Beavan, R. Emrys Davies, D. G. Richards, W. Beale, K. Symonds, A. J. Chilcott. Swansea High Street Station, Cliff Barrows, Davies, George Beverly Shea, Leighton Ford, Tedd Smith, Chilcott, Walter Smyth, Hill, Don Hustad, Dan Piatt, Calvin Thielman, Symonds; also at a train station, Graham in a train window and on a platform in a crowd--includes Graham, Ford, Smyth, Piatt, Barrows, R. W. Wyse, and R. H. Turvey (?). Executive committee of the crusade (see the photo folder for the names of the 19 committee members). At an airport: Barrows, Smyth, Tedd Smith, Hustad, Ford, Piatt, Shea, Thielman (?), Turvey, and Symonds (?). At a banquet, committee members: Wyse, Piatt, Ford, Barrows, K. MacKenzie, Smyth, and J. Neville Knox. Office work related to the crusade: Piatt, Wyse, and Smyth working with maps for the Landline Relays, secretaries, mailing rooms, sorting; Smyth and Piatt in most pictures. Stadium arrangements, on site: Smyth, Piatt, Ford. A counselor- training session in a well-filled auditorium, each participant with briefing materials. Advertisement on buses for the crusade held at Maine Road Stadium; crowds outside Stadium; inset of Graham speaking on a panoramic view of the Stadium. Individuals at Stadium platform: Graham, Ruth Graham, Ruth and Billy together, Ford, Shea, Barrows, Piatt with Barrows, Smyth, Wyse, MacKenzie, possibly Davies, and several unidentified people; several of these same people seated or singing on the platform. Crowds in the Stadium coming forward in the rain; Graham and Ford with escort in the Stadium; choir rehearsal in Stadium directed by Barrows; instruction session for ushers in the Stadium (?). Graham in a doorway. Landline Relays; crowds at factories, fields, construction sites, including a place called Laing. Graham preaching and speaking with people; Smyth, Barrows, and Shea also present in some pictures. Outdoor meeting in a park; Graham preaching and greeting people; a band; Smyth present; queues outside auditorium. A relatively small meeting in an auditorium; on stage are Smyth, Symonds, Wyse, Graham, MacKenzie, and others. 100 b&w.
BGEA: ALL-ULSTER CRUSADE; JUN 26, 1961. Mr. William Fitch; Mr. Murray. 2 b&w.
BGEA: UPPER MIDWEST CRUSADE; JUL 9-16, 1961. Aerial views of the Minnesota State Fairgrounds; 75,000 at closing meeting, July 16, 1961. 2 b&w.
BGEA: UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA VISIT; JUL 14, 1961. Billy Graham speaking from platform and also informally with students. 7 b&w.
BGEA: PHILADELPHIA CRUSADE, GREATER; AUG 20-SEP 17, 1961. Closing meeting at Philadelphia Stadium on Sunday, September 17, 1961; full stands and parking lots; some lots; some aerial views. 6 b&w.
BGEA: CHICAGO CRUSADE, GREATER; MAY 30-JUN 17, 1962. Graham speaking with students during visit to University of Chicago, receiving the Guttenberg Award, attending the Chicago Rotary club luncheon. 10b&w.
BGEA: SOUTH AMERICA TOUR; SEP 25-OCT 28, 1962. Billy Graham on a rock overlooking a valley and across to a mountain peak; Graham with various unidentified people; Graham with Frederico and Alicia Munoz (sp.?); Graham seated at a desk with two men in Buenos Aires. [Places Graham is known to have visited: Buenos Aires, Cordoba, and Rosario, Argentina; Asuncion, Paraguay; Montevideo, Uruguay; Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Recife, and Brasilia, Brazil]. 6 b&w, 1 color postcard.
BGEA: EL PASO AREA CRUSADE; NOV 4-11, 1962. Billy Graham and unidentified man outside a building; Graham with another speaker (interpreter?) overlooking a small church congregation (mostly Hispanic); formal photo, unidentified woman. 3 b&w.
BGEA: HELL GATE STATION VISIT; 1962. Aerial view of the city with Hell Gate Station circled; street scene; Billy Graham walking on street; Graham talking with a group on the street; Graham on the street with "young gang leaders in East Harlem"; Graham before a group; Graham seated talking with an informal group. 9 b&w.
BGEA: NAVAL ACADEMY VESPER SERVICE; DEC, 1962. Christmas vesper service at the Naval Academy, Anapolis, Maryland. 1 color.
BGEA: TEXAS BAPTIST EVANGELISM CONFERENCE; JAN, 1963. Billy Graham speaking, with choir, at conference in Dallas, Texas. 1 b&w.
BGEA: PHILIPPINES TOUR; FEBRUARY 28-MARCH 17, 1963. Pictures of the visit Walter Smyth and Don Piatt made to the Philippines in 1962 to arrange for the evangelistic rallies of the next year. 9 b&w.
BGEA: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CRUSADE, LOS ANGELES; AUG 15-SEP 8, 1963. Committee meeting with Walter Smyth and Dan Piatt; Leighton Ford; Supervisor Kenneth Hahn talking with Lee Thomas; five men in an office studying a marked wall map. Men in prayer for the crusade; a church in prayer, other church services. Participants of the Seminary Training Program of the Graham Southern California Crusade (see one of the photos for the names of the 48 participants). Door-to-door literature distribution advertising crusade. Welcoming group at a train station, Smyth among them. View of the empty Coliseum, "Billy's first view of the Coliseum"; Smyth and Graham and others in Coliseum "three days before opening date"; Smyth with two men in Coliseum; stage set-up, night, nearly empty; night meeting, security officer with dog. A parking lot in the sun. A family picnicking outside the Coliseum. View through fence and gates of crowd waiting to enter Coliseum. Filled Coliseum in the evening. Crusade choir; group of ushers; other crusade personnel receiving instructions; behind the scenes office work. Roy and Dale Evans Rogers singing. People in the audience: youth, foreigners, etc. Graham preaching; Graham speaking to people who have come forward, evening session. Counselors with inquirers: children and young people of different races, some using sign language (work with the deaf). Group of men listening to reading of Bible. Six men at a Bible study in a bedroom. Older women at a luncheon. Elderly woman holding the arm of a young man (the patient) in an ambulance. Graham meeting people, crusade ground at night. Grady Wilson. Graham with Judge Thomas Griffeth, T. M. Chambers, Kenneth Hahn, Fire Chief Keith Klinger; Graham with R. N. Hogan, Hahn, Charles E. Fuller; Hahn presenting Graham with a County of Los Angeles certificate; Graham shaking hands with Hahn's son, Jim. Graham at a press conference with Hahn. Night scene outside Church of the Open Door. Baseball game, billboard announcing "With Us Tonight Is/A Bigger Attraction/Than the Dodgers and Giants/Seated With Mr. O'Malley/Is/Billy Graham/He Roots Only For Man And God." (Many of these photos were meant to be used in the unpublished book God in the Coliseum by Lee Thomas). 115 b&w.
BGEA: HOLLYWOOD VISIT; SEP 19, 1963. Graham in Hollywood for filming of The World's Greatest Showman about Cecil B. DeMille (newspaper photocopy, Graham at lunch with Barbara Stanwyk and Betty Hutton). Graham with two men holding a large book entitled The World's Greatest Legends. Graham with a man and woman beside an old camera marked C. B. DeMille. Graham posing or talking with various celebrities (?); scene of the luncheon; Graham in a dressing room reading a script; Graham looking around the set, talking with producers, looking over a script, receiving instructions, acting. 26 b&w.
BGEA: PENTAGON VISIT; DEC 16, 1963. Billy Graham in the pulpit; Graham talking with people. 4 b&w.
BGEA: NASA VISIT, HOUSTON, TX; JAN 31, 1964. Billy Graham touring NASA; Richard S. Johnston (Chief of Crew System Division) shows Graham a mock-up of an Apollo spacecraft. Johnston has Graham sample space food. Johnston and Joe W. Schmitt (Suit Technician) explain the spacesuit and helmet to Graham; Graham has coffee with astronauts Leroy Gordon Cooper, Jr., Walter Marty Schirra, Jr., and Edward H. White, II, at their offices at Ellington Field. 5 b&w.
BGEA: HOUSTON BAPTIST COLLEGE; JAN 31-FEB 1 (?), 1964. Billy Graham speaking outdoors at the college during the Laymen's Leadership Institute. 1 b&w.
BGEA: HARVARD UNIVERSITY VISIT; FEB 18-19, 1964. Billy Graham talking to a group of Harvard students informally--students seated in an armchair. 1 b&w.
BGEA: BIRMINGHAM EASTER RALLY; MAR 19, 1964. John Corts, Charles Riggs, Dotson Nelson, and Gilbert Guffin meet together in an office; banquet group photo--above four included, many unidentified persons; formal portrait of Mr. Hodd. Billy Graham on platform with Arthur P. Cooke, J. L. Ware, and John Drew. View of the choir and Cliff Barrows leading; views of the 35,000-person crowd, "the largest integrated audience in the state's history"; crowd responding to the invitation. 13 b&w.
BGEA: ARIZONA CRUSADE, APR 24-26, 1964. 1 b&w.
BGEA: SAN DIEGO COUNTY CRUSADE; MAY 1-10, 1964. Notebook: "The Invitation and Support for the Proposed Billy Graham Crusade, San Diego County-Wide and Baja, and Baja, California, Summer--1964"; invitational letters in the notebook; aerial views of Balboa Stadium taken on March 28, 1964, and Graham's visit to the USS Constellation on May 3, 1964. 21 b&w, 3 color.
BGEA: NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR; JUN 26, 1964. "Billy Graham Day," June 26, 1964, at the fair; Graham receiving the Gold Award of 1963 of the George Washington Carver Memorial Institute from Senator Jacob Javits; also on the platform are Robert Moses, William Rowe, and Dan Piatt. 5 b&w, 1 color.
BGEA: BOSTON CRUSADE, GREATER; SEP 18-27, OCT 5-11, 1964. Indoor meeting; closing meeting outdoors in Boston Commons; crowd and bandstand (Billy Graham speaking). Barrows(?) leading singing, view from the bandstand out. 62 b&w.
BGEA: LOS ANGELES VISIT; FEB 1, 1965. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, unveiling ceremony of a bronze plaque commemorating the largest attendance, on September 8, 1963, for a single event at the Coliseum. Pledging the flag: Graham, Kenneth Hahn, and audience. Graham speaking, Hahn seated; Graham with: Roger Arnebergh (L. A. city attorney); A. E. England (president of the Coliseum Commission); Hahn (L. A. County Supervisor), and Robert Reeves (Councilman of Hawthorne); Hahn and R. N Hogan (local clergyman); Hahn and William Nichols (general manager, L. A. Memorial Coliseum Commission). Graham with Robert Hardon (L. A. County Superintendent of Building Services), Hahn, Rev. Lawrence Donnelly. Hahn talking with Jack Benny. On steps in front of the Coliseum, electronic billboard announcing the "history-making record crowd" of 1963, Graham with Hahn, and Graham with John S. Gibson (L. A. City Councilman), Arnebergh, England, and Hahn. Graham and Hahn posing by the plaque; with Charles Runnels, George Hill, Hahn, and John D. Hahn; with Rev. Walter Wentworth, Hahn, and Rev. George Hahn; with Hahn and England; with an unidentified man; with his team--Piatt, Barrows, Grady Wilson, and Don Hustad. 21 b&w.
BGEA: HAWAII CRUSADE, GREATER; FEB 14-21, 1964. Billy Graham's arrival in Hawaii, receiving a lei and kiss from young Hawaiian girl; Police Chief Dan Liu with Graham; aerial photo of the filled stadium. 2 b&w.
BGEA: MONTGOMERY CRUSADE; JUN 13-20, 1965. Cupola on a building with a clock and two flags, Billy Graham with people who have come forward, crusade choir area, crusade crowd, vandalism of two different billboards advertising the crusade at the Cramton Bowl. 8 b&w, 4 color.
BGEA: SEATTLE RALLY; JUL 11, 1965. Outdoor meeting, Billy Graham speaking to a crowd, crowd mingling (counseling?), different outdoor settings, filled indoor stadium, people at the front, Graham at the podium. 5 b&w.
BGEA: COLORADO CRUSADE, DENVER; AUG 27-SEP 5, 1965. Overall view of the filled stadium. Billy Graham speaking. Buses loading. Display of notebooks and books, e.g. An Invitation to Dr. Billy Graham and his Team for a Colorado Crusade. Two letters of invitation and support, one from the Temporary Steering Committee and the other from the Denver Post religion editor, November 7, 1962. Letter of invitation to Graham for the crusade from Bishop Glenn Randall Philips, November 7, 1962. 15 b&w.
BGEA: HOUSTON CRUSADE, GREATER; NOV 19-28, 1965. View from the rafters of the Astrodome of first Sunday service, inquirers coming forward; circular platform; Graham's going to the Kiwanis and Rotary club meeting in Houston, crusade crowds, Graham meeting with members of the Crusade committee. Many are proof sheets and contain multiple images. 38 b&w.
BGEA: UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON; (NOV?), 1965. Graham speaking with students. 1 b&w.
BGEA: PENTAGON; DEC 13, 1965. Luncheon at the Pentagon: General Freeman (Chief of Staff, USAF), General Harold K. Johnson (Chief of Staff, US Army), and Billy Graham. 1 b&w.
BGEA: NASHVILLE VISIT; 1965. Billy Graham with three unidentified men. 1 b&w.
BGEA: FLORIDA VISIT; FEB-MAR, 1966. Billy Graham at studio of radio station WKIS in Orlando, Florida, February, 1966. Graham beside a swimming pool in Miami Beach, Florida, March 28, 1966. 1 b&w, 1 color.
BGEA: HARLEM CRUSADE, JUL 31-AUG 4, 1966. Graham with a group of young people. 1 b&w.
BGEA: LONDON CRUSADE, GREATER; JUN 1-JUL 2, 1966; SEP 19-20, 1966. Billboard advertising the Crusade in Earl's Court, June 1-31. Billy Graham in press conference. People entering Earl's Court, advertised until July 1. Earl's Court filled. Graham in the Soho district on a Friday night speaking to a crowd of "strippers, drunks, prostitutes, and ordinary bystanders," car exiting through crowds. Youth night at Earl's Court, June 20. Graham speaking with youth, "beatniks." Graham speaking at a breakfast with members of the Houses of Parliament, June 28. Wembley Stadium, July 2, final service of the crusade. Graham preaching, talking with a reporter, and with two men at the door of No. 10 Downing Street. September follow-up rally in London's Royal Albert Hall. 51 b&w.
BGEA: MADURAI (TAMIL NADU) INDIA CRUSADE; SEP 25-OCT 2, 1966. Photos include Akbar-Haqq preaching in Madurai. 9 b&w.
WORLD CONGRESS ON EVANGELISM; OCT 26-NOV 4, 1966. Parade with the banner of the World Congress on Evangelism and posters for various countries, Billy Graham in front line. Graham seated on stage with Haile Selassie, Otto Sibelius, and Carl F. Henry. On the Tiwaneo River in Ecuador's jungle, Waorani Indians Gikita M. Komi and Yaeti M. Kimo, holding blow guns, talking with Rachel Saint of the Wycliffe Bible Translators. Miss Saint showing Komi and Kimo a German city. 7 b&w.
BGEA: PUERTO RICO CRUSADE; MAR 19-26, 1967. Opening meeting, March 19. View of choir and pulpit. View from choir through stadium, people on the field for the invitation. Graham with an interpreter, Rev. Anthony Collazo, night meeting, March 23. Sunrise service, closing meeting, March 26, overview of stadium, sun rising, women in long white dresses walking onto the field in a cross formation. 7 b&w.
BGEA: HEART OF AMERICA CRUSADE; SEP 8-17, 1967. Letter of invitation to Graham from John M. Dalton, Governor Missouri. In a church, Graham at one pulpit and a black minister at another. Dr. John Williams (?) joins them. Aerial views of the Municipal Stadium, baseball game in progress. The crusade on Sunday, September 10. The crusade on Sunday, September 17. 9b&w.
BGEA: INDIA TOUR, NORTHEAST; 1967. Photos include a picture of Decision magazine in the far-remote hills of Nagaland (near the Chinese border). 17 b&w.
BGEA: TOKYO CRUSADE, OCT. 20-29, 1967. Shot of crusade meeting in Budokan Hall. 1 b&w.
BGEA: INDIA TOUR. RANNY (KERALA), INDIA, OCT. 31-DEC. 10, 1967 (AKBAR ABDUL-HAQQ). Photos include pictures of the evening rally. 27 b&w.
BGEA: SYDNEY CRUSADE; APR 20-29, 1968. Forrest Layman speaking at Southland "Youth-quake," outdoor meeting on March 31, Graham not present; Rev. Fred Nile, Barry Berryman, Dr. Victor Nelson, Dr. Ernest Watson, Alex Gilcrist; in crusade office, Dr. Robert Ferm of the BGEA. Bishop A. J. Dain, Vice Chairman, and Nile, Assistant Crusade Director. 7 b&w.
BGEA: PACIFIC NORTHWEST CRUSADE; MAY 17-26, 1968. Billy Graham at Negro Ministers Meeting, Graham at luncheon with ministers and on the street in the community. 14 b&w.
BGEA: EASTERN AIRLINES PRO-AM GOLF CLASSIC; MAY 29, 1968. Billy Graham and professional golfer Gary Player on the golf course. 21b&w, 9 color.
BGEA: ROBERT KENNEDY'S FUNERAL; JUN 8, 1968. Billy Graham as part of honor guard at casket of Senator Robert F. Kennedy at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, June 8, 1968. 1 b&w.
BGEA: HEMISPHERE CRUSADE; JUN 13-16, 1968. Aerial view of Alamo Stadium, Billy Graham preaching, military personnel at the Crusade. Nuns at the Crusade. 13 b&w, 3 color.
BGEA: EDMONTON, ALBERTA, CANADA CRUSADE; SEP, 1968. 56 b&w.
BGEA: VIETNAM TOUR; DEC 22, 1968. Billy Graham and T. W. Wilson visiting U.S. troops of the Phu Bai, Vietnam, area for a Christmas worship service, December 22, 1968. Graham arriving at Hue Phue Pai airport on an Air Force Lear jet and being met by CTG Richard G. Stillwell. Graham and Stillwell boarding helicopter for flight to XXIV Corp headquarters Stillwell, Graham, and Col. Clayton Day, Chaplain, leaving the helicopter pad. Graham with Stillwell outside his office. Introduction to MG Clifford Drake. Graham, Stillwell, and Wilson at an informal briefing before the service. Graham and Stillwell arriving at the amphitheater in the rain. Stillwell, Wilson, and Graham on the platform, singing carols; Stillwell reading Scripture. Soloist James McDonald singing. Graham preaching. Troops praying. Two hospital patients, PFCs Tom Brooks and Archie Swilley, in attendance. Graham talking with troops after the service. Graham leaving amphitheater. Graham by fireplace decorated for Chanukah and Christmas with U.S. and other flags. Graham. Graham with MG Davis, with MG Drake, with MG Melvin Zais, with three officers, and with a Vietnamese priest (probably Catholic, not Buddhist). Zais, Graham, and Stillwell at a table. Graham receiving a plaque from Stillwell to commemorate his visit. Graham and Stillwell (prior to departure?). Wilson, Graham, and Stillwell. Chaplain Day, Graham, and others. Close-ups of Graham. Listening on pilot's earphones. Vietnamese Buddhist monk (or priest) and Vietnamese army officer. Graham's soloist, James McDonald, meeting with troops and talking with two MP's. 63 b&w.
BGEA: NEW ZEALAND CRUSADE; FEB 29-MAR 2, 1969. Ruth and Billy Graham receiving a traditional Maori welcome on the day of their arrival in Auckland. Graham preaching. The Kinsfolk singing. Follow-up group at work. 9 b&w, 4 color.
BGEA: NEW YORK CRUSADE; JUN 13-22, 1969. Billy Graham, Walter Smyth, and Bill Brown with other members of the Executive Committee prior to the crusade. Madison Square Garden filled. Viewers in extra TV room. People responding to the invitation, with an inset of Graham in Yankee Stadium. Crusade counselor talking with a sailor and girl. 9 b&w.
BGEA: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CRUSADE; SEP 26-OCT 5, 1969. Aerial view of the crusade in Anaheim stadium and parking lots. Teenagers stuffing envelopes. 40 b&w.
BGEA: ALL INDIA INSTITUTE ON EVANGELISM (INDIA); 1969. 2 b&w.
BGEA: MIAMI ROCK FESTIVAL VISIT; JAN, 1970. Billy Graham speaking from the platform of the Miami Rock Festival. View of crowd looking toward platform. Graham in an interview. Graham speaking with people at the Festival. 9 b&w.
BGEA: WHITE HOUSE WORSHIP SERVICE; MAR 15, 1970. Richard Nixon standing before podium in a White House room filled with morning worshipers and a choir. Billy Graham speaking. Richard and Pat Nixon with Graham. The Nixons, Graham, and the choir in a White House hallway. The Nixons with Graham and another guest at a reception. 8 b&w.
BGEA: NEW YORK CRUSADE; JUN 24-28, 1970. "Billy's Back!" billboard advertising crusade. 1 b&w.
BGEA: LOUISIANA CRUSADE; OCT 21-25, 1970. View of audience, platform, and people coming forward, with many umbrellas up. 1 b&w.
BGEA: ALL INDIA INSTITUTE ON EVANGELISM, NEW DELHI, INDIA; NOV 7-13, 1970. 69 b&w.
BGEA: BHIMAVARAM (ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA) CRUSADE; NOV 15-23, 1970. 36 b&w.
BGEA: BREAKFAST MEETING, LONDON, ENGLAND; NOV 18, 1970. Breakfast meeting at Grosvenor Lane, London, England, November 18, 1970. Billy Graham with Sir Cyril Black and His Excellency the Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain at the breakfast. 2 b&w.
BGEA: MAVELIKARA (KERALA), INDIA; DEC 1-6, 1970. 84 b&w.
BGEA: ROSE BOWL PARADE; JAN 1, 1971. Ruth and Billy Graham riding in the Grand Marshall car of the 1971 Rose Bowl Parade. 2 color.
BGEA: KUNNANKULUM CRUSADE; FEB 16-20, 1971. 53 b&w.
BGEA: CALICUT (KERALA) CRUSADE; MAR 2-7, 1971. 15 b&w.
BGEA: VELLORE (TAMIL NADU) CRUSADE; MAR 9-14, 1971. 35 b&w.
BGEA: CHICAGO CRUSADE, GREATER ; JUN 3-13, 1971. Ministers meeting at the Hilton Hotel, September 18, 1970; overview of audience. Graham with Rev. William and Joel Hayes at the meeting. Signboard advertising the crusade. Young children in the audience. Audience on youth night. Closing night audience in McCormick Place. The book, edited by Sherwood E. Wirt and Mavis R. Sanders. Aerial view of Legion Field with football game in progress. 15 b&w.
BGEA: SALUTE TO AMERICAN DAY; JUL 1971. Billy Graham riding in the Grand Marshall convertible. 1 b&w.
BGEA: CONGRESS ON EVANGELISM COMMITTEE; SEP 15-17, 1971. Billy Graham attending the meeting. 1 b&w.
BGEA: GREATER SOUTHWEST CRUSADE, IRVING, TX; SEP 17-26, 1971. 1971. A night meeting inside the stadium. 1 b&w.
BGEA: BILLY GRAHAM DAY, CHARLOTTE, NC. Richard Nixon addressing crowd before the unveiling of plaque. Nixon and Billy Graham shaking hands in front of plaque honoring Graham. Nixon and Graham waving to the crowd. 5 color.
BGEA: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS MEETING, CHICAGO, IL; JAN 23-26, 1972. Billy Graham at the 1972 NAB meeting in Chicago. Entering a meeting; speaking; receiving a plaque; at a reception. 9 b&w.
BGEA: DELHI INSTITUTE CRUSADE; APR 1972. Photos include those of the Resource Leaders Institute. 94 b&w.
BGEA: VELLORE (INDIA) CRUSADE; APR 1972. 76 b&w.
BGEA: SHENANDOAH APPLE FESTIVAL, WINCHESTER, VA; MAY 1972. Billy Graham riding in Grand marshal convertible of the Festival parade. 3 color.
BGEA: BELFAST VISIT; JUN 1972. Billy Graham and Arthur and Sherrie Blessit tour parts of Belfast. Praying on street and giving stickers to children between Falls Road and Shankill Road, the "No Go Area." Witnessing in a pub on Falls Road. Graham speaking in a lecture hall at Queen's College. 7 b&w.
BGEA: DUBLIN VISIT; JUN 1972. Billy Graham in Dublin speaking at Prime Minister Jack Lynch luncheon. Graham meeting Lynch, J. F. Dempsey, Most Rev. Dr. A. A. Buchanan, Miss M. Hamilton Reid, and Most Rev. Dr. Ryan. 4 color.
BGEA: CLEVELAND CRUSADE; JUL 14-23, 1972. Billy Graham's visit to Cleveland the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church. Two black marchers carrying signs. Graham, Howard Jones, and Odie M. Hoover, pastor of the church, in front of the church. Graham with a young black parishioner on the street. Graham and Hoover with other black ministers. Graham speaking in the church and autographing bulletins. Graham and two interviewers on show, Rap. Crusade counselors at work. 15 b&w.
BGEA: JAMMU (INDIA) CAMPAIGN; NOV 7-12, 1972. 42 b&w.
BGEA: BILLY GRAHAM NAGALAND CRUSADE; NOV 20-22, 1972. 127 b&w.
BGEA: WEST POINT MILITARY ACADEMY; 1972. Billy Graham at West Point with Lt. Gen. Knowlton and a cadet; speaking to reporters from porch in front of office; at head table at a banquet. 7 b&w.
BGEA: INDIA CRUSADE (RANNY, KATTAYAN, MAVLEEKAN, MADRAS); JAN 1973. Photos include those of the crowds, the women's sections, Mavelikara Rally, the decision times, Men's sections, platform of Rev. Willis Miller, Rev. and Mrs. Haqq, Sr., Dr. Akbar Haqq, Bishop I.P. Andrews, and Jacob Prabhu. 25 b&w.
BGEA: INDIA CRUSADE (MADRAS); JAN 1973. 20 b&w.
BGEA: SOUTH AFRICA CRUSADE, JOHANNESBURG; MAR 12-22, 1973. The audience of the Johannesburg Crusade meeting; Billy Graham preaching. 2 color.
BGEA: KOREA CRUSADE; MAY 1973. Photos include those of Crusade; Holston Girls School, and Rev. Man Jei Kim, chairman for Taejon Crusade; Mr. Young Pil Kim, General Secretary of the Y.M.C.A., Mr. Chae Kyung Oh, Mr. E. Otto DeCamp, Rev. Keyong Kim, and Rev. Walter R. Grist. 12 b&w.
BGEA: ATLANTA CRUSADE; JUN 18-24, 1973. Overview of crusade meeting. 1 color.
BGEA: UPPER MIDWEST CRUSADE, ST. PAUL, MN; JUL 13-22, 1973. Overview of crusade crowd and platform. 1 b&w.
BGEA: KANPUR, BOMBAY, NAGPUR UNITED CRUSADE; OCT 30-NOV 18, 1973. 40 b&w.
BGEA: ST. LOUIS CRUSADE, NOV 2-11, 1973. Executive Committee and individuals: Clarence C. Barksdale, President of the First National Bank of St. Louis; Thomas F. Lofgren, Vice President of Manchester Bank; Philip Lichtenstein, Chairman of the Board of ABC Bank of St. Louis; Ethan A. H. Shepley, Jr., Executive Vice President of Boatmen's National Bank of St. Louis. Women's Bible studies. Men's banquet or prayer breakfast. Four sheets of proofs; speakers and head table; filming interview of main speaker; pastry line; guests, listening and praying; young people sitting in doorway during program. Church services and other gatherings; speakers; singers; audiences; literature table, etc. Gateway Arch in St. Louis and unidentified buildings. Overview of crusade crowd. Graham on KTVI show with Mardean Fielding and others. 75 b&w.
BGEA: KOLHAPUR INSTITUTE CRUSADE; NOV 20-24, 1973. 79 b&w.
BGEA: TRIVANDRUM (KERALA, INDIA) CRUSADE; FEB 5-10, 1974. 89 b&w.
BGEA: TUTICORIN (INDIA) CRUSADE; FEB 12-17, 1974. 182 b&w.
BGEA: VIZIANAGARAM (INDIA) CRUSADE; FEB 19-24, 1974. 62 b&w.
BGEA: CALOOCAN AND DAVAO, PHILIPPINES ONE WAY '74; MAR 6-13, 1974. Photos include those of Mr. Walter Grist, Dr. Akbar Haqq, One Way '74, Mr. Donald Bailey, Mayor Samson of Caloocan and members of the Caloocan committee, and the 28th Foundation Day of Wesleyan High School. 90 b&w, 20 color.
BGEA: KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN, KS; MAR 1974. Graham at the London Lectures of Kansas State. Speakers seated across platform; Graham seated on platform shaking hands with students. 3 b&w.
BGEA: TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION, HOLLYWOOD, CA; SEP 19-21, 1974. Crowd at the Hollywood Bowl for the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Celebration. 1 b&w.
BGEA RIO DE JANEIRO CRUSADE, OCT 1-5, 1974 (OVERSIZE). 1 color.
BGEA: GUNTUR (INDIA); OCT 1974. Photos include part of the Executive Committee of Guntur: Bishop Anandaro Samuel, Dr. Haqq, Bishop I. P. Andrews, Dr. Devasahayam, Chairman. 104 b&w.
BGEA: TIRUVALLA (INDIA); OCT 1974. Photos include: Fifth All India Institute on Evangelism, Resource Leaders of the Institute, Bishop M. M. John, Bishop I. P. Andrews, Bishop Mar Apren. 11 b&w.
BGEA: KONPUR (INDIA); OCT 29-NOV 4, 1974. 95 b&w.
BGEA: NAGPUR (INDIA) CRUSADE; NOV 6-11, 1974. 47 b&w.
BGEA: BOMBAY (INDIA); NOV 13-18, 1974. 125 b&w.
BGEA: COIMBATORE CRUSADE; FEB 18-23, 1975. 298 b&w.
BGEA: ALLAHABAD (INDIA); FEB 25-MAR 2, 1975. 171 b&w.
BGEA: ARUKA VALLEY (INDIA); MAR 6-9, 1975. Photos include various pictures of the Aruka Valley tribe. 69 b&w.
BGEA: NEW MEXICO CRUSADE, ALBUQUERQUE, NM; MAR 16-23, 1975. Aerial views of the city, interior and exterior shots of the auditorium of the University of New Mexico--Albuquerque. 3 b&w.
BGEA: MISSISSIPPI CRUSADE; MAY 11-18, 1975. Billy Graham and Mississippi Governor Bill Waller, autographed by the governor. 1 b&w.
BGEA: CAPITOL CITY REACHOUT (LEIGHTON FORD), FRANKFORT, KY; SEP 26-OCT 3, 1976. State Capitol Building; sports center; Garnett Hulette, Herman Bowers. 4 b&w.
BGEA: POONA (INDIA); OCT 23-26, 1975. Photos include scenes of Shipleys, Bombay, Hong Kong, Committee members, choir, meetings, reception, decisions, crowds, Council churches, platform leaders, children, Poona Ladies' Meeting, Akbar-Haqq preaching, Poona dedication, Marathi choir, youth meeting at St. Mary's; Soanes family, Rev. Pather family, Rev. Joseph family, Bishop Andrews. 407 b&w.
BGEA: SAT TAL INSTITUTE COORDINATORS WORKSHOP; OCT 1975. 100 b&w.
BGEA: SAT TAL INSTITUTE (INDIA); OCT 1975. 15 b&w.
BGEA: SAT TAL INSTITUTE LEADERS GROUP; OCT 1975. 12 b&w, 1 color.
BGEA: REPUBLIC OF CHINA CRUSADE, OCT. 29-NOV. 2, 1975. Events depicted include the crusade meetings and participants, the crusade office, Billy Graham and associates (Walter Smyth, Grady Wilson, Henry Holley, Cliff Barrows), visit to the tomb of Chiang Kai-shek, a meeting for women at which Ruth Graham spoke, a church meeting at which Billy Graham spoke, and of a television broadcast of the crusade. 27 b&w, 26 color.
BGEA: HONG KONG CRUSADE, NOV. 12-16, 1975. 14 b&w, 18 color.Shots of crusade meetings, pre-crusade
events, a women's meeting at which Ruth Graham and Bettie Holley spoke, Billy Graham and associates
(Grady Wilson, Walter Smyth, Henry Holley), and Graham's tour of the city and floating boat
community. Several scenes of crusade services, with Billy Graham and his interpreter Dr. Daniel Tse.
BGEA: HONG KONG CRUSADE, NOV. 12-16, 1975. (OVERSIZE) 1 color. Aerial shot of the Government Stadium and the South China Stadium filled with people during the crusade
BGEA: PACIFIC NORTHWEST CRUSADE (Seattle, WA), May 9-16. 1 color. Ovrhead shot of the crowd in the Kingdome at night.
BGEA: HUNTSVILLE (AL) REACHOUT (LEIGHTON FORD); APR 17-24, 1977. Huntsville buildings Von Braun Civic Center; crusade committee; Charles Richardson, Hugh Chambliss, Mario Bottesini. 13 b&w.
BGEA: CAPE COD REACHOUT (LEIGHTON FORD), HYANNIS, MA; JUL 10-17, 1977. Kennedy Memorial Skatting Rink; Sagamore Bridge; crusade committee; August K. Viekman, Charles Murphy. 7 b&w, 1 pencil sketch of Charles Murphy.
BGEA: HUNGARY CRUSADE, SEP 3-10, 1977. 3 color. Scenes of Graham speaking in Debrecen and Tahi, Hungary.
BGEA: METRO-MANILA CRUSADE (PHILIPPINES); NOV 23-27, 1977. Ferdinand E. Marcos receiving Henry Holley, crusade director; Rev. Nene Ramientos, general chairman; and Rev. George Castro, general secretary. Holly and Castro meeting Cardinal Jaime Sin. Meetings at various churches. Bishops LaVerne Mercado, William Cannon, and Cornelio Ferrer with Holley and Castro. Airport arrival of BGEA: music team: Cliff Barrows, George Beverly Shea; Tedd Smith, Bill Fasig; also present: Caleb Loo, Blair Carlson. Office groups, Judge Isaac S. Puno, Jr., Rev. Florentino de Jesus, Rev. Fred M. Magbuna, Jr., Jun Vencer, and others already mentioned. Various meetings at the Cheers Executive Center. Concert by BGEA: Music Team at the Philippines International Convention Center, May 28, 1977. Presentation to Charles Barrows (father of Cliff). Inside and outside views of PICC. Views of Rizal Park. 85 b&w, 1 color.
BGEA: INDIA TOUR, DECEMBER 1977. Visit to victims of devastating cyclone which killed thousands in Andhra Pradesh, India. 1 b&w.
BGEA: POLAND CRUSADE: OCTOBER 6-16, 1978. Scenes of Ruth Graham and Myrtle Hall meeting with various Christian women groups. 19 b&w.
BGEA: SINGAPORE CRUSADE: DECEMBER 6-10, 1978. Scenes of the stadium during a crusade meeting, Billy Graham, and women's rally at which Cliff Barrows spoke. 9 b&w, 3 color.
BGEA SINGAPORE CRUSADE, DEC 6-10, 1978 (OVERSIZE). 1 color of filled stadium
during the crusade.
BGEA: NORTHERN ALBERTA CRUSADE (EDMONTON), Aug 10-17, 1980. 1 color. Shot of an inquirer meeting with a counselor after one of the crusade services.
BGEA: JAPAN CRUSADES, 1980. Crusade meeting in Tokyo and logo sign, Henry Holley
with Rev. Ken Horiuchi along with survey shots at the Nessei Stadium in Osaka (from folder
267-3). 15 b&w, 12 color.
BGEA: VILLAHERMOSA CRUSADE, Mar 13-15, 1981. 1 color. Scene of the inquirers and counselors on the field after the service.
BGEA: SOUTHERN ALBERTA CRUSADE (CALGARY), AUG 23-30, 1981. Picture of the crowd at one of the crusade services.
BGEA: SAN JOSE/BAY AREA CRUSADE, SEP 27-OCT 4, 1981. 1 color. Picture of the crowd at one of the crusade services.
BGEA: MISSION ENGLAND, MAY 12-JULY 28, 1984. Shots of the venue and crusade meetings, press conference, Graham's appearance on the Good Morning, Britain television program, Cliff Barrows, and the crusade Co-Labor Corps. 11 b&w, 17 color.
BGEA MISSION ENGLAND, MAY 12-JULY 28, 1984 (OVERSIZE). 5 color.
BGEA: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CRUSADE, JULY 19-28, 1985 (OVERSIZE). 1 color.
BGEA: MISSION FRANCE, SEPT.20-27, 1986. Shots of the crusade venue, meetings, Billy and Ruth Graham, and crusade and church leaders. 1 photo from folder 373-1. 5 b&w, 5 color.
BGEA: MISSION FRANCE, SEP 20-27, 1986 (OVERSIZE). 1 color.
BGEA: ROCKY MOUNTAIN CRUSADE; 1987. Views of Mile High Stadium in Denver, 1987. 3 color.
BGEA: CHINA VISIT, APR 13-28, 1988. Billy and Ruth Graham's tour of China to Mrs. Graham's childhood home in Huaiyin, Jiangsu Province, including church meetings, Billy Graham's meeting with Premier Li Peng, and associate Blair Carlson. 3 b&w, 11 color.
BGEA: MOSCOW VISIT, JUN 11-12, 1988. Shots of Graham with Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie, a dinner meeting with Russian government and religious leaders along with Graham's associates (Blair Carlson, Walter Smyth, John Akers), and Archbishop Runcie greeting Soviet Union's Andrei Gromyko. 3 color.
BGEA: BUFFALO-NIAGARA CRUSADE; AUG 1-7, 1988. 1 color.
BGEA BUFFALO-NIAGARA CRUSADE, AUG 1-7, 1988 (OVERSIZE). 1 color.
BGEA: MISSION 89, JUNE 14-JULY 2, 1989. Shots of a reception for Billy Graham and crusade and church leaders (Gavin Reid, Cliff Richard), the Co-Labor Corp handling the clerical tasks during the campaign, T.W. Wilson, Blair Carlson, Norm Cousins, the crusade office and staff. 4 b&w, 13 color.
BGEA Mission 89, JUN 14-JULY 2, 1989 (OVERSIZE). 1 color.
BGEA: BERLIN '90, MARCH 10, 1990. Shots of Billy Graham, crusade meetings and events, crusade staff and Graham's associates (Blair Carlson, T.W.Wilson), and German church leaders. Of special interest are shots of Graham at the Brandenburg Gate and former Berlin Wall, and in front of the pre-Nazi era Reichstag Parliament Building, the site of Graham's evangelistic meeting. Also included from folder 414-3 are several Polaroid shots of crusade staff, and from folder 412-5 several shots including Walter Smyth and German leaders. 19 b&w, 50 color.
BGEA: CAPITAL DISTRICT CRUSADE (ALBANY, NY), JULY 8-15, 1990. Sampling of snapshots from the leaders rally and training sessions in preparation for the crusade, including Sterling Huston, Cliff Barrows, John Innes, Tom Phillips, and community crusade leaders. 32 color.
BGEA: WASHINGTON STATE CRUSADE, APRIL 4-7, 1991. Sampling of snapshots from the leaders rally and training sessions in preparation for the crusade, including Billy Graham, Sterling Huston, Cliff Barrows, John Innes, Steve Nelson, community crusade leaders. 37 color.
BGEA: NEW YORK CRUSADE, CENTRAL PARK, 1991. View of crowd, 1991. 1 b&w.
BGEA: NORTHERN NEW JERSEY CRUSADE, SEPT. 3-7, 1991. Shot of crusade meeting in the Meadowlands Sports Complex. From folder 460-1. 1 color.
BGEA: BUENOS AIRES CRUSADE, NOV. 13-17, 1991. Wide-angle shot of crusade stadium during one of the daytime meetings. Photo reproduced with Billy Graham's signature as a commemorative gift. 1 color.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST, SEPT. 23-27, 1992. Sampling of snapshots from the leaders rally and training sessions in preparation for the crusade, including Sterling Huston, George Beverly Shea, Cliff Barrows, Joe Aldrich, community crusade leaders. 40 color.
BGEA: VOZROZHDENIYE '92, MOSCOW, OCT. 23-25, 1992. Shots of training meetings, crusade leaders (Viktor Hamm, Blair Carlson), Billy Graham's meetings with Russian leaders Boris Yeltsin and Mikhail Gorbachov. Also includes a group picture of the 1991 School of Evangelism at which Robert Coleman was an instructor (and is pictured with the group), and several candid and publicity portrait shots of unidentified musician (possibly Noel Tredinnick) and director who participated in a special music event leading up to the evangelistic campaign meetings in Moscow (from folder 430-8). 33 b&w, 9 color.
BGEA: PRO CHRIST '93, ESSEN, GERMANY, MAR. 17-21, 1993. Shot of Graham standing before a satellite dish used to transmit his messages throughout German-speaking Europe. 1 b&w.
BGEA: COLUMBUS CRUSADE, SEPT. 22-26, 1993. Shots of the stadium filled with crusade crowds, Billy Graham and Sterling Houston. 4 color. Several from folder 276-30.
BGEA: MISSION 94 (TOKYO). Shots of setup in the Tokyo Dome (9), the Hosanna Ensemble performing traditional Japanese music at a pre-crusade event (1), a women's meeting at which Bette Holley was the featured speaker, and a gathering of crusade executive committee members including Henry Holley and Blair Carlson (9). 21 color. Taken from folders 276-25 and 27, 277-22, and 278-28.
BGEA: GREATER SACRAMENTO CRUSADE, OCT. 18-22, 1995. Shots of the CSUS Football Stadium in Sacramento, dated May 8, 1992, possibly recon photos, and of National Day of Prayer Breakfast in Sacramento, dated May 7, 1992. 4 color.
BGEA: CRUSADES (UNIDENTIFIED) Scene of a filled arena to which Billy Graham is speaking. N.d. 1 b&w.
BGEA: TEAM & STAFF. Assorted group shots (posed and candid shots) of staff (in some cases with other unidentified people). Included are shots at dinners, meetings, special events, overseas trips, and on the production set of the Hour of Decision television program. Among those depicted are Billie Barrows, Cliff Barrows, Gerry Beavan, Bill Brown, Colleen Townsend Evans, Leighton Ford, Billy Graham, Ruth Graham, Mordecai Ham, Willis Haymaker, Don Hustad, Don Piatt, Charlie Riggs, Lorne Sanny, George Beverly Shea, Tedd Smith, Walter Smyth, George Wilson, Grady Wilson, T.W. Wilson, and Sherwood Wirt. There is one shot of Minneapolis office staff. Also included is a cartoon drawing with pasted in photographed heads of the Team at the time of the 1957 New York Crusade. 5 color, 63 b&w. (NOTE: Photos of individual staff are filed according to their name.)
BISHOP, JOEY. Billy Graham with Bishop on his TV show, 1968. 12 b&w, 8 color.
BLEDSOE, TOM. Portrait of Bledsoe, n.d.. 1 b&w.
BLINCO, JOSEPH. Shots of Associate Evangelist Blinco. 7 b&w, 3 tinted.
BLOUNT, WINTON. Billy Graham with Blount, the U. S. Postmaster General, and Marvin Watson, Washington, D.C. 1969. 1 b&w.
BOWLES, JOHN (SKIPPER). Billy Graham with Bowles, President of Rexall Drug, Los Angeles, California, Bowles family at the Graham's: 1972, n.d.. 1 b&w, 5 color.
BRANDT, WILLIE. Billy Graham with Chancellor Brandt of Germany, 1970. 1 b&w, 1 color.
BRODY, SIDNEY. Billy Graham with Brody, of Brody Investment Company in Beverly Hills, California, n.d.. 1 b&w.
BROWN, WILLIAM. Includes publicity portrait of Brown (WWP president) and with his wife; n.d. 8 b&w.
BRYANT, BEAR. Billy Graham with Coach Bryant, Birmingham, Alabama, 1972. 2 b&w
BURNS, GEORGE. Billy Graham with comedian Burns. N.d. 3 b&w, 1 color.
BUSH, GEORGE HERBERT WALKER. Bush at prayer breakfasts, crusade in Washington, D.C., meeting with Billy Graham, and his presidential inauguration, including shots with Graham. N.d. 4 b&w, 6 color.
BYRD, HARRY FLOOD, JR. (SEN.). Billy Graham with Senator Byrd, 1972, n.d.. 2 color.
CARSON, JOHNNY. Billy Graham with Carson, 1968, 1972. 10 b&w, 6 color.
CARTER, JAMES E. "JIMMIE" (PRES). Carter with Billy Graham before microphones, one of which reads "WYZE" and one with his wife and Billy Graham at a crusade; 1973. 3 b&w, 2 color.
CASH, JOHNNY. Singer with his family, n.d. 1 color.
CAUGHT (Motion Picture). Publicity stills from the 1987 production. From folder 347-1. 6 b&w.
CAVETT, DICK. Billy Graham with Cavett, 1972. 7 b&w, 2 color.
CHAFIN, KENNETH. Shots of Chafin who was dean for BGEA Schools of Evangelism. N.d. 1 b&w.
CHAMBERS, IRV. Portraits of Chambers (evangelist and Leighton Ford assistant), n.d.. 4 b&w.
CHIANG, KAI-SHEK. Billy Graham with Chiang Kai Shek, n.d.. 4 b&w.
CHICAGO, IL. 1962? 2 b&w.
CLINTON, WILLIAM JEFFERSON. Shots of Graham offering the invocation at Clinton's inauguration in 1993 and with his wife Ruth and Bill and Hillary Clinton at an unidentified reception or banquet. 1993, n.d. 2 b&w, 1 color.
CONGRESS ON EVANGELISM, KANSAS CITY; SEP 16, 1970. Dr. John W. Williams, Grady Wilson, and Billy Graham at the conference. James Weston, Graham, and Wilson at the conference. Graham, Williams, and Bill Bright standing in a pulpit holding up "one way" t-shirts. Jack Sparks is standing with them.3 b&w.
CRY FROM THE MOUNTAIN. (Motion Picture) Publicity stills from the 1985 production. From folder 347-1. 6 b&w.
CONNALLY, JOHN (GOV). Billy Graham with Texas Governor John Connally, 1968, 7 b&w.
CORTS, JOHN. Publicity portrait photo. N.d. 1 b&w.
CRAWFORD, PERCY. Shots of evangelist Crawford, including one with Ruth Crawford and Billy and Ruth Graham. N.d. 2 b&w.
CRISWELL, W.A. (REV). Billy Graham with Rev. Criswell, 1972, n.d.. 1 b&w, 1 color.
CUNVILLE, ROBERT. Publicity portrait photo. 1979. 1 b&w.
DALEY, RICHARD J. (MAYOR). Billy Graham with Mayor Daley, n.d.. 1 b&w.
DEYNEKA, PETER, JR. Publicity portrait photo. N.d. 1 b&w.
DOUGLAS, MIKE. Billy Graham with talk show host Douglas, 1968. 6 b&w, 4 color.
EBAN, ABBA. Billy Graham with Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban, 1969. 1 b&w.
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT DAVID (PRES). Billy Graham with President Eisenhower and Dr. Edward Elson, Pastor at the National Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C., President and Mrs. Eisenhower, one autographed, 1955-1968, n.d. Also includes several shots of Graham with Eisenhower's grandson David and granddaughter-in-law Julie Nixon. 15 b&w.
ELIZABETH II, QUEEN OF ENGLAND. The Queen, Billy Graham, and Betty Ford ; Graham and at Queen after Graham preached at Sandringham Palace. 1980, 1984. 1 b&w, 5 color.
ENGSTROM, ELMER. Billy Graham with Engstrom, President of RCA, and Howard Jones, n.d.. 3 b&w.
EXPLO '72, DALLAS, TX; JUN 17, 1972. Eddie (?) and Paul (?), directors of Explo '72. Overview of crowd in a night meeting. Crowds on the lawn. Billy Graham speaking from an open platform. Close-ups of the audience. A car with every imaginable Christian bumper sticker at the time. 6 b&w, 4 color. Also includes one portfolio with 2 shots of the auditorium, a thank you note to Billy Graham, and 2 color shots of the meeting's directors.
EVANS, COLLEEN TOWNSEND. Billy Graham with Townsend, n.d.. 4 b&w.
FASIG, WILLIAM. Shots of BGEA musician and crusade audio engineer. N.d. 3 b&w, 1 color..
FERM, ROBERT. Shots of Billy Graham special assistant to administrator. N.d. 3 b&w.
FERM, LOIS. Shots of Billy Graham personal assistant, including portrait and with husband Robert; n.d. 6 b&w.
FERRÉ, LUIS A.. Billy Graham in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on January 5, 1972, with Ferre who was governor of Puerto Rico. 1972. 1 color.
FISHER, GEOFFREY LORD. Billy Graham with Fisher, former archbishop of Canterbury, England, 1955. 1 b&w.
FISHER, LEE. Portraits of Fisher (Billy Graham's research assistant), 1962?. 3 b&w, 3 color.
FIVE "J"S QUINTET. N.d. 1 b&w.
FLINT, DR. Billy Graham with Dr. Flint, n.d. 1 b&w.
FOR PETE'S SAKE. (Motion Picture) Actors Robert Samson, Pippa Scott, Johnny Jensen, Al Freeman Jr. and others in still shots from the film; also pictured are BGEA: staff members Howard Sanden, Dave Barr, and Frank Jacobson, 1966?. 48 b&w.
FORD, GERALD (PRES). President Ford golfing with Graham, 1964. 1 b&w, 3 color.
FORD, LEIGHTON. Associate Evangelist Ford, one with Dr. James Henry Hutchins, chairman of Rose Bowl Easter Sunrise Service, 1963. 7 b&w, 2 color.
FOREST HOME CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE CENTER. Banquet hall at the conference center during a dinner. N.d. 1 color.
FOSTER, DAVE. Publicity portrait shot. N.d. 1 b&w.
FRASER, SIR HUGH. Billy Graham with Fraser. N.d. 1 b&w.
FROST, DAVID PARADINE. Billy Graham with talk show host and commentator Frost. N.d. 7 color.
FULLER, CHARLES E. Billy Graham with evangelist Fuller, 1967. 1 b&w.
GANDHI, INDIRA. Billy Graham with India's Prime Minister Gandhi, 1972. 1 b&w.
GLENN, JOHN HERSCHEL JR (SENATOR). Billy Graham with former astronaut and Senator Glenn, n.d. 1 b&w.
GOLDEN, HARRY L. Billy Graham with Golden and Father Cuthbert Allen, 1963. 1 b&w.
GRAHAM, RUTH BELL. Pictures of her as a girl and young woman, portrait photos, informal snapshots, several snapshots, bound by a plastic circular spine, into simple albums of Mrs. Graham with her young children - Virginia, Anne, Ruth and probably Franklin. 1943?, 1948, 1949, 1963?, 1987, n.d. 54 b&w, 4 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN: 1940s. Graham with Al Smith in front of Williston Hall, 1943
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN: 1950s. Portrait, preaching and candid photos of Graham. Included are Graham receiving award at William Jewell College, meeting with Syngman Rhee, standing with Grady Wilson and Bob Pierce, being awarded an unidentified honorary degree, on the film set with wife Ruth for an unidentified movie, and with a party of 3 other golfers. 53 b&w and 1 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN: 1960s. Portrait, preaching and candid photos of Graham. Included are shots in Chicago, New Zealand, Australia, while golfing, receiving an honorary citizenship of Nashville, visiting Marine base at Camp Lejeune in 1962, with the president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, during appearance on the Today Show on June 11, 1968, and with the mayor of Miami. 56 b&w, 57 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN: 1970s. Portrait, preaching and candid photos of Graham. Included is Graham meeting with a crusade committee. 84 b&w, 47 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN: 1980s. Portrait, preaching and candid photos of Graham. Included are Graham assisting with a food drive in Baltimore, several proof sheets and single photos of Graham preaching to a congregation in a large church. 14 b&w, 2 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN: 1990s. Portrait, preaching and candid photos of Graham. Included are shots in Korea, Russia, with Hurricane Andrew victims, and the 1991 Central Park Rally in New York City (1 from folder 460-1). 21 b&w, 7 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN: N.D. Portrait, preaching and candid photos of Graham. 275 b&w, 69 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN: N.D. (OVERSIZE). 2 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN III (FRANKLIN GRAHAM). Publicity portrait shots, identical in black & white and color. 1990. 1 b&w, 1 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN w/ FAMILY MEMBERS. Shots of Billy Graham with various family members, primarily with his children or his parents. One shot with his father includes Senator Frank Carlson of Kansas, 1952-1993, n.d.. 316 b&w, 47 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN W/ RUTH BELL GRAHAM. The Grahams together, usual taken as candid shots. waving while riding on a boat in the Hong Kong harbor. 1975. 51 b&w, 22 color.
GREER, BEN. Billy Graham with Greer, WFMY News Director, 1951. 1 b&w.
GRIFFIN, MERV. Billy Graham with talk show host Griffin, 1972. 4 b&w, 2 color.
GRUENTHER, ALFRED M.. Billy Graham with Gruenther of the Red Cross, 1958. 1 b&w.
GUMBEL, BRYANT. Billy Graham with talk show host Gumbel; n.d.. 1 color.
GUSTAFSON, ROY. Portraits of Associate Evangelist Gustafson, 1961, 1962, n.d.. 6 b&w, 1 color.
HAIG, ALEXANDER (OVERSIZE). n.d.. 1 color.
HALL, MYRTLE. Shots of crusade soloist. N.d. 4 b&w.
HALVARSON, HILDING. Halvarson with family; n.d. 1 b&w.
HAM, MORDECAI FOWLER. Evangelist Ham with Billy Graham and his father, n.d.. 2 b&w.
HAMILTON, JACK. Billy Graham with entertainer Hamilton, n.d.. 1 b&w.
HAN, CHUL-HA. Portrait, n.d. 2 b&w.
HARRISON, BOB. Billy Graham with Associate Evangelist Harrison; n.d.. 2 b&w.
HARVEY, PAUL. Billy Graham golfing with journalist and radio announcer Harvey, 1967. 4 color.
HATORI, AKIRA. Billy Graham with missionary and evangelist Hatori at the Tokyo Congress, 1970. 3 b&w.
HAYMAKER, MR & MRS WILLIS. Shots of BGEA crusade director. N.d. 12 b&w, 4 color.
HELMS, JESSE. Billy and Ruth Graham with Senator and Mrs. Helms, 1972. 5 b&w, 5 color.
HENRY, CARL F H. Henry posing on a park bench. 1940s or 50s. 1 b&w.
HERREN, THOMAS. Billy Graham with Major General Herren, 1952. 2 b&w.
HOLLEY, HENRY. Shots of crusade director Holley include those with his wife and with Billy Graham. N.d. 27 b&w, 3 color, 1 color transparency.
HOOVER, J. EDGAR. Billy Graham with Hoover at FBI Headquarters, 1969. 1 color.
HOPE, ROBERT "BOB". Photos including one autographed by Hope, golfing with Billy Graham, and with Ruth Graham and unidentified woman. N.d. 2 b&w, 3 color.
HULL, ROGER. Billy Graham with Hull at a New York Crusade, n.d., 1 b&w.
HUSTAD, DONALD. Portrait of crusade organist Hustad, 1962?. 7 b&w. 1 color.
HUSTON, STERLING. Publicity portrait shot. 1987. 2 b&w.
INNES, JOHN. Musician Innes, n.d.. 6 b&w, 3 color.
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON WORLD EVANGELIZATION, LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND, 1974. Shots of congress leaders and speakers (Billy Graham, Paul Little, A. Jack Dain, Don Hoke, Festo Kivengere, Cliff Barrows, John Stott), musical guests, translation facilities, , participants and facilities. 18 b&w.
IVEY, GEORGE M. Billy Graham with Ives, 1964. 1 b&w.
JOHN PAUL II, POPE. Billy Graham with the Pope. 1993, n.d. 4 b&w, 3 color.
JOHNSON, LYNDON BAINES (PRES). President Johnson with Billy Graham, 1964-1976, n.d.. 17 b&w, 20 color.
JOHNSON, TORREY. Billy Graham with Johnson, 1946-1948. 9 b&w.
JONES, BOB, JR. An academic convocation involving Billy Graham, Bob Jones Jr., and Torrey Johnson, possibly the 1948 commencement at Bob Jones University at which Graham received an honorary doctor of humanities degree. 4 b&w.
JONES, HOWARD O. Associate evangelist Jones; One picture of Jones with Billy Graham. 1988, n.d. 3 b&w, 1 color.
JONES, THOMAS V. Billy Graham with Jones, n.d.. 1 b&w.
KENNEDY, EDWARD M. Billy Graham with Kennedy, n.d.. 1 b&w
KENNEDY, JOHN FITZGERALD "JACK" (PRES.). President Kennedy with Billy Graham, 1962? 4 b&w.
KERR, CORNELIUS. Billy Graham with Kerr, 1967. 1 color.
KIM IL SUNG. Kim meeting Billy Graham during Graham's visit to North Korea in 1992. 1 b&w.
KIM, BILLY (JANG HWAN). N.d. 3 b&w.
KING, CORETTA SCOTT. King with Billy Graham at Martin Luther King, Jr.'s grave site in 1993. 1 b&w.
KING, MARTIN LUTHER, JR.. Martin Luther King, Jr., with Billy Graham; ca. 1960. 4 copies of the same b&w photo.
KING, MARTIN LUTHER, SR.. Martin Luther King Sr. with Billy Graham, ca. 1960. 2 b&w.
KNIGHT, GOODWIN J. Billy Graham with Knight, n.d.. 1 b&w, 2 color.
KOLLECK, TEDDY (MAYOR). Billy Graham with Kolleck, Mayor of Jerusalem, 1969. 3 b&w.
LAYMAN, FORREST. Layman, n.d.. 3 b&w.
LENNING, JOHN. Publicity portrait shot. 1986. 1 b&w.
LI PENG. Premier of China Li with Billy Graham, Ruth Graham, and others. 1988? 1 color.
LINDSAY, JOHN. Billy Graham with New York City mayor Lindsay, 1969. 1 b&w.
LINKLETTER, ART. Billy Graham with Linkletter, n.d.. 4 b&w.
LIU, DAN. Billy Graham and Liu in Honolulu, 1967. 1 color.
LIVERMORE, (CANON) THOMAS LESLIE. Two portraits of Livermore, one portrait of Mrs. Livermore (?). N.d. 3 b&w.
LOTZ, ANNE (GRAHAM). Publicity portrait shot and snapshot at the age of 6 months. 1948, n.d. 2 b&w.
LOVE, LARRY. Love, n.d.. 5 b&w.
LOWE, ALLEN J. Lowe, General Manager of the Sheraton Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio, with Billy Graham and baseball pitcher Bob Feller. 1970. 1 color.
MAMOU, JIMMY. Publicity portrait photo, 1980. 1 b&w.
MARSHALL, RICK. Publicity portrait shot, 1980. 1 b&w.
MASON, BABBIE. Publicity portrait photo. N.d. 1 b&w.
MATHIS, JAMES F. N.d. 1 b&w.
McCALLIE, DR. Billy Graham with McCallie, Chattanooga, Tennessee, n.d.. 1 b&w.
McMAHAN, W THOMAS. Passport-style photo of McMahan. N.d. 1 b&w.
McMAKIN, ALBERT V. Billy Graham and McMakin, a life-long friend, n.d.. 1 b&w.
MEARS, HENRIETTA. 1 b&w. Billy Graham with woman who is
probably Henriette Mears. Picture may have been taken at Forest Home conference
grounds. Ca. Late 1940s or early 1950s.
MEIR, GOLDA. Billy Graham and Israeli prime minister Meir, 1969. 2 b&w of same photo.
MERIWETHER, DELANO. Billy Graham with Meriwether, world record holder of one hundred yard dash. 1972. 1 color.
MINDER, JOHN (REV). Signed portrait of Minder, n.d.. 1 b&w.
MITCHELL, CURTIS. Billy Graham with Mitchell, a fitness trainer, n.d.. 1 b&w.
MITCHELL, RALPH. Graham and Mitchell, n.d.. 3 b&w.
MOONEYHAM, STANLEY. Mooneyham; n.d. 2 b&w.
MUNTZ, JOHN PALMER. Muntz with Graham, 1959. 1 b&w.
NELSON, STEVE. Publicity portrait photos. N.d. 3 b&w, 1 color.
NELSON, VICTOR (DR). Portrait of Nelson, 1962. 1 b&w.
NIXON, RICHARD MILHOUS (PRES). Nixon playing golf with Billy Graham and others; Nixon, with Graham and with his wife and Mrs. Graham, apparently at a crusade, Nixon and Graham at the Pittsburgh Crusade, Nixon visiting the Graham home, golfing with Graham, 1956-1972, n.d.. 38 b&w, 13 color.
NIXON, RICHARD MILHOUS, N.D. (OVERSIZE). 1 color.
O'BRIEN, HUGH. Actor O'Brien as Wyatt Earp, Sheriff of Dodge City, with Billy Graham, n.d.. 2 b&w.
OCKENGA, HAROLD. Ockenga with Billy Graham, with Graham and Charles Fuller, and with unidentified men, c. 1954. 2 b&w, 1 color.
OETGEN, JOHN, OSB. Father Oetgen with Billy Graham, 1963. 1 b&w.
OIL TOWN, USA. (Motion Picture) Cindy Williams, Colleen Townsend, and other characters from the film in various locations, n.d.. 4 b&w.
OSEI-MENSAH, GOTTFRIED (REV). Speaking. N.d. 2 b&w of same image in different sizes..
PALAU, LUIS. Evangelist Palau with Billy Graham, n.d.. 1 b&w.
PALMER, ARNOLD. Billy Graham golfing with Palmer, n.d.. 4 b&w, 7 color.
PALMS, ROGER. Publicity portrait shots. 1981, 1988. 3 b&w.
PENNINGTON, PONZI. Singer Pennington with family and with Billy Graham, n.d. 1 b&w.
PHILBIN, REGIS. Television talk-show host Philbin with Billy Graham, n.d.. 2 b&w.
PIATT, DAN. BGEA staff; n.d. 9 b&w, 1 color..
PIERCE, ROBERT. Pierce with Billy Graham and Korean children, babies, and Graham and Grady Wilson, 1952. 3 b&w.
PLAYER, GARY. Billy Graham with Player at the Pro-Am Golf Tourney in Atlanta, Georgia, and with Player's family, 1968. 4 b&w, 6 color.
PRAYER BREAKFAST, PRESIDENTIAL, WASHINGTON, DC; FEB 5, 1954. Audience and speakers' table at the prayer breakfast. Included at the speakers' table are Chief Justice Earl Warren, Conrad Hilton, President Dwight Eisenhower, Abraham Vereide, George Beverly Shea, E.J. Mack, Senator Frank Carlson, Vice President Richard Nixon, Senator Alexander Wiley, Congressman Charles Bennett. 1 b&w. [This undated photograph was assigned the date of 1954 by the archivist based on its most closely corresponding to the speakers' table list for the annual prayer breakfast for that year (see Collection 459, box 349). While not all those at the speakers' table are listed in the 1954 program, no other annual conference prayer breakfast speakers list more closely correlates with those depicted.]
PRAYER BREAKFAST, PRESIDENTIAL, WASHINGTON, DC; FEB 27, 1961. Ninth annual Breakfast of International Christian Leadership at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC. Before entering dining room: President John F. Kennedy and Billy Graham with various groups of guests, including Abraham Vereide and Commerce Sec. Luther H. Hodges. Invocation by Judge Boyd Leedom; at the speakers' table: Defense Sec. Robert S. McNamara, William C. Jones, Graham, Kennedy, Sen. Frank Carlson, Leedom, V.P. Lyndon B. Johnson, Sen. John Stennis, and Treasury Sec. Dean Rusk; Kennedy speaking; Graham speaking. Kennedy speaking at the first Ladies Breakfast, same day, in the Mayflower Hotel; also: Graham, LBJ and Ladybird Johnson. 38 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFAST, PRESIDENTIAL, FEB 7, 1963; Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC; Speaker of the House John W. McCormack, Billy Graham, and Pres. John F. Kennedy,
and Lyndon B. Johnson. 1 b&w, 1 color.
PRAYER BREAKFAST, PRESIDENTIAL; FEB 5, 1964. Bill Jones, Billy Graham and Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson; Graham speaking with Robert McNamara, Sec. of Defense; Pres. Johnson and Graham at the table; Graham speaking from podium at the table. 5 b&w.
REAGAN, RONALD (PRES). Billy Graham with Reagan and Mrs. Reagan, and presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Graham. 1969-1983. 6 b&w.
RHODES, FRED. Rhodes with Billy Graham, 1972. 1 b&w.
RICE, JOHN R. Rice with Billy Graham, 1955. 1 b&w.
RIGGS, CHARLES. BGEA staff Riggs. 1984, n.d.. 2 b&w.
RIVERS, MENDEL. U.S. Representative (South Carolina) Rivers, with Billy Graham, n.d.. 2 b&w.
ROBERTS, ORAL. One photo of Roberts preaching, others with Billy Graham, 1972. 3 b&w, 2 color.
ROBLES, RAY. Portraits of Robles, n.d.. 2 b&w.
ROGERS, ROY, & DALE EVANS. Roy and Dale with Graham, with Ruth and Billy Graham, and Dale with Team children, 1952-1971. 3 b&w.
ROOT, BOB. BGEA staff Root, n.d.. 4 b&w, 2 color.
SALISBURY, FRANK O. N.d. 1 b&w.
SANDERS, NORMAN. BGEA staff Sanders. N.d. 3 b&w.
SANDERS, O. S.. Sanders, n.d.. 3 b&w.
SCHNEIDER, PETER. Schneider with Billy Graham and in his home in Berlin, Germany, 1966. 1 b&w, 1 color.
SCOFIELD, WILLARD. Publicity portrait shot, 1980. 1 b&w.
SHEA, GEORGE BEVERLY. Portrait and others of Shea, n.d. 11 b&w, 7 color.
SHORE, DINAH. Billy Graham with talk show host Shore; n.d.. 5 b&w, 4 color.
SMITH, ROBERT. Smith with Billy Graham, n.d.. 1 b&w.
SMITH, TEDD. Portraits of Smith; 1961, n.d.. 5 b&w, 2 color.
SMYTH, ETHEL RAY HARBECK. N.d. 6 b&w.
SMYTH, WALTER. Assorted publicity portrait shots, Smyth with Dr. J. H. Hutchins, chairman of Easter Sunrise Committee, Smyth with Ralph Eaton, Phoenix, AZ Crusade, 1963-1966, n.d.. 28 b&w, 3 color.
SOUTHERN, DAN. BGEA staff Southern. 1980. 2 b&w.
STAHLMAN, JIMMY. Billy Graham with Stahlman, n.d.. 1 b&w.
STEWART, JAMES. Billy Graham with actor Jimmy Stewart on the Queen Mary, 1954. 2 b&w.
STEWART, S A. "Cathedral in the Sky" with Billy Graham and Stewart, 1951. 1 b&w.
STILLWELL, RICHARD G (GEN). General Stillwell with Billy Graham in Vietnam, 1951. 1 b&w.
STOKER, CARROLL. WFMY staff with Billy Graham, 1970. 1 b&w.
STOKES, CARL B.. Cleveland mayor Stokes with Billy Graham, 1962. 6 b&w, 1 color.
TALMADGE, HERMAN E (GOV). Talmadge with Billy Graham, and 2 portraits, n.d.. 3 b&w.
TAYLOR, HON. ROSS AND EVELYN. The Taylors with Builly Graham, 1964, n.d.. 1 b&w.
TCHIVIDJIAN, STEPHAN. Publicity portrait shot. 1989. 1 b&w.
TENG, PHILIP (REV). N.d. 1 b&w.
THATCHER, MARGARET. Great Britain's Prime Minister Thatcher with Billy Graham at 10 Downing Street in London, n.d. 1 color.
TOLBERT, WILLIAM (PRES). Inauguration of Tolbert as President of Liberia. Included in photos are Billy Graham, Mrs. Nixon, and other notables, 1963-1972. 4 b&w, 13 color.
TROOP, JOCK. N.d. 1 b&w.
TORNQUIST, EVIE. BGEA crusade vocalist Tornquist. N.d. 1 b&w.
TRUMAN, HARRY S. (PRES). Billy Graham with President Truman, n.d.. 4 b&w.
US CONGRESS ON EVANGELISM, 1969 (OVERSIZE). 1 b&w.
VAIL, TOM. Vail with Billy Graham. 1 color.
VALENTI, JACK. Valenti, President of Motion Picture Producers of America, with Billy Graham and Linda Robb, 1968. 1 color.
WALLACE, GEORGE (GOV.). Alabama governor Wallace with Billy Graham, n.d.. 1 b&w.
WALTON, BILL. Walton with Billy Graham, n.d.. 1 color.
WATERS, ETHEL. Crusade vocalist Water practicing with the a crusade choir. N.d. 6 b&w.
WEISS, BENJAMIN. N.d. 2 b&w.
WEST, BEN (MAYOR). West with Billy Graham, n.d.. 2 b&w.
WESTON, JAMES. Weston with Billy Graham, 1970. 4 b&w.
WHITE, JOHN WESLEY. Portrait and others of Associate Evangelist White, 1964, 1983. 11 b&w.
WHITNEY, ELEANOR. B. Whitney signed a copy of the Good News Bible, American Bible Society, for the BGEA. 1963?. 5 b&w.
WILLIAMS, ROBERT. 1974, 1982, n.d. 3 b&w.
WILLOW SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH (IL). N.d. 2 b&w.
WILSON, GEORGE McCONNELL. N.d. 17 b&w, 1 color.
WILSON, GRADY. Portraits of Wilson, scenes of Wilson preaching, Grady with Billy Graham on the 1952 visit to Korea. 1952, 1970, n.d.. 76 b&w, 2 color.
WILSON, THOMAS W. Portrait of Wilson, n.d.. 13 b&w, 5 color.
WINDSOR, PRINCESS MARGARET. The princess with Billy Graham, 1966. 6 b&w.
WIRT, SHERWOOD E. N.d. 5 b&w.
WOOLMAN, C E. Woolman with Billy Graham, n.d.. 1 b&w.
WORLD WIDE PICTURES. Sleeve covers for videotape versions of three WWP films Caught, Joni, and The Prodigal. 1992. From folder 484-24. 3 b&w. Used for the back panel of the crusade panel of the 1992 Pacific Northwest Crusade bulletin.
WU, GOVERNOR. Wu with Billy Graham, 1952. 1 b&w.
WYCKOFF, PAUL JR. N.d. 1 b&w.
YARBROUGH, JOHN (DR). Yarbrough with Billy Graham, n.d.. 1 b&w.
YELTSIN, BORIS. Yeltsin meeting Billy Graham. N.d. 1 b&w.
YOUTH FOR CHRIST EUROPEAN TRIPS; 1946-1948. Scenes from 1946 trips (Torrey Johnson, Billy Graham, Charles Templeton, Stratton Shufelt) and 1947-1948 (Billy Graham and Cliff Barrows). In addition to the people mentioned above, these photos also include images of George Wilson, Gavin Hamilton, and J. Wesley Hartzel. Other photos are of the 1946 departure from the airport and preaching at various places in England, 1946-1948. 19 b&w, 2 OS.
YOUTH FOR CHRIST, INTERNATIONAL-GENERAL (OVERSIZE). 1946. 1 b&w.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN AND RUTH BELL. Photos of Ruth and Billy Graham together, 1960-1993. 34 b&w, 4 color.
ZAIS, MELVIN (GEN). Zais with Billy Graham, 1968. 1 b&w.
Accession: 86-3, 93-116, 94-34, 97-62, 00-69
Type of material: Photograph Albums
The following items are located in the PHOTO ALBUM FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM I: Youth for Christ Conference; March 26-28, 1947. 48 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM II: Follow-Up Program after 1952 Billy Graham Crusade in Washington, D.C.; also includes correspondence and other miscellaneous materials. 8 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM III: Washington D.C. 1952 Campaign Follow-Up; also includes correspondence and other miscellaneous materials. 8 b&w (albums II and III are nearly identical).
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM IV: Newspaper clippings and photos of the 1953 Chattanooga Crusade; 20 photos b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM V: Billy Graham's 1956 Asia Tour. 121 photos b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM VI: Billy Graham and crowd scenes from the 1958 Caribbean Crusade. 82 photos b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM VII: Billy Graham and the 1959 Little Rock Tour.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM VIII: Billy Graham and crowd scenes from the 1959 crusades in Australia and New Zealand. 28 photos b&w.
PHOTO ALBUM IX: 1961 Presidential Prayer Breakfast; held under the sponsorship of International Christian Leadership at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., with 950 guests present. 19 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM X: 1966 Great American Awards, WSB Radio; includes Billy Graham.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XI: Billy Graham 1967 meeting with England's Princess Margaret. 8 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XII: Billy Graham in Vienna, Austria; August 1969. 32 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XIII: Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Photo Book for 1969. 3 color, 20 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XIV : BGEA Photo Book for 1972.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XV: Dr. and Mrs. Graham's visit to former prisoners of war; Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VA; March 2, 1973. 15 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XVI: Billy and Ruth Graham at the 1976 San Diego Crusade.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XVII: Billy Graham and 1977 Good News Festival, Madras, India. 44 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XVIII: Presented to Billy Graham by Philippines President Ferdinand E. Marcos and the First Lady Imelda Romaldez Marcos; 1977. 52 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XIX: Book of photos given to Billy Graham while he was in Poznan, Poland; October 10, 1978; from Zbigniero Krzyzanski. 10 color, 28 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XX : The Ninety-first Inaugural Ball; Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; included in the photos are Billy Graham and a number of TV celebrities; January 19, 1979. 10 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XXI : Given at closing service in Czechoslovakia--Bratislava; November 2, 1982; photos were taken the night before in Brno and prepared as a surprise presentation. 24 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XXII: Romania - Oradea, Speranta Baptist Church, given to Billy Graham at close of service; photos cover 1970-1985 in the life of the church. Many pictures of Joseph Tson and one of Alexander Harastzi, but none of Graham's or his 1985 visit. 58 color, 52 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XXIII: Arena used in the Tokyo Crusade; October 5, 1991. 14 color.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XXIV: Now, When I was in Hollywood... by Billy Graham; n.d.. 36 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XXV: Billy Graham's appearance on the TV show This is Your Life on 11/13/57, 30 b&w.
BGEA PHOTO ALBUM XXVI. English version of the overview portfolio,"Who Is Billy
Graham?," (prepared at the time of the Mission 94 in Japan) featuring Billy Graham's ministry,
especially highlighting with text and photographs his relationships with American presidents
(Bill Clinton at his 1993 inauguration, George Bush, Ronald Reagan giving Graham the
presidential Medal of Freedom, Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, John Kennedy),
other world leaders (Russia's Boris Yeltsin, North Korea's Kim Il Sung, China's Li Peng, Israel's
Yitzhak Rabin, Egypt's Hosni Mubarak, Germany's Helmut Kohl, England's Queen Elizabeth II,
Pope John Paul II, and Coretta Scott King), his stand on human rights issues, his response to
international disasters and human needs (the 1989 Northern California earthquake, food
distribution following Hurricane Andrew in Florida, foot distribution during the 1985 Anaheim
crusade, in India's Andhra Pradesh following the devastating cyclone in 1977), his international
crusades from the 1960s into the 1990s (1990 Hong Kong, 1991 Buenos Aires, 1993 Pro Christ
'93 (Mission World), Vozrozhdeniye '92 in Moscow, 1991 Central Park in New York City, 1973
Johannesburg, 1979 Sydney, 1967 Tokyo, 1980 Japan), Graham's meeting with American
students, with Chinese children at the Great Wall, and with his wife Ruth and his children. Of
the 44 photographs, 34 are of Graham or his crusade meetings and associated events. In addition,
there are several images of books he has written or publications featuring articles about him. 4
b&w, 40 color. Copies (mostly black & white) of the photos (mostly color) in the volume were
also filed separately under appropriate Photo File folder titles. A photocopy of the Japanese-language version is in folder 302-18.
Accession: 82-177, 00-69
Type of material: Slides
The following items are located in the SLIDE FILE. All of the slides are in color, unless otherwise noted.
SLIDE FILE BOX 14: S1-4. Northeast India Crusade (Kohima, Nagaland), 1967.
SLIDE FILE BOX 21: S5-128. Slide series comprising a presentation to promote the Operation
Andrew program, featuring scenes from the 1980 Central Indiana (Indianapolis) Crusade and
including Bill Jefferson as one of the characters. Slides are accompanied by narration on an
inaudible or audible-pulse embedded cassette tape (see T102 in this collection).
NOTE: The following list is only described to the box level; boxes 25 through 49 were also described only at this level when added earlier. However, folder title descriptions were provided for the first twenty-four boxes when the collection was initially processed. Please see the concluding pages for this expanded list of folder titles for boxes 1 through 24. NOTE: The list immediately following only describes boxes 1 through 536 at the box level. However, folder title descriptions were provided for the first twenty-four (24) boxes when the collection was initially processed. Please see the Addendum of this guide for this expanded list of folder titles for boxes 1 through 24.
|Box||Folders||Description of first folder / last folder||Dates|
|1. Walter Smyth files; 1952-1988|
|1. Correspondence: 1952-1988|
|1. General; 1960-1983|
|97||20R||Africa Enterprise / Brochures (folders 97-1,11,12,13,14, 15,16 restricted)||1960-1977|
|98||20R||Campus Crusade for Christ / Halverson (folder 98-3 restricted)||1961-1974|
|99||20R||Human interest / Walter Smyth & Bob Root (folder 99-4 restricted)||1961-1975|
|100||20||Strange / World Wide Pictures, Grason, Miscellaneous files||1961-1977|
|92||10||A / J||1961-1977|
|93||17||K / Z||1961-1977|
|1978-1983 (bulk 1978-1980)|
|93||35||A / M||1978-1983|
|94||23||N / Z||1979-1980|
|1972-1987 (bulk 1980-1984)|
|307||15||D / Drummond||1980-1985|
|308||26||Drysdale / Flagg||1980-1984|
|309||26||Flavell / Guiness||1980-1984|
|310||26||H / Hogue||1978-1984|
|311||20||Hoke / Hughes||1978-1984|
|312||29||Human interest / Joseph||1978-1984|
|313||32||K / Kyle||1977-1985|
|314||25||L / Lyon||1976-1987|
|315||25||M / McGann||1975-1987|
|316||40||McGuill / National Religious Broadcasters||1975-1986|
|317||20||Neve Trust / Organizations (EMA)||1980-1984|
|318||26||Organizations (Free the Siberian Seven) / PTL||1981-1987|
|319||41||Paisley / Questionable||1977-1987|
|320||26||R / Roberts||1980-1984|
|321||28||Robertson / Sergey (folder 321-20 empty)||1980-1986|
|322||37||Sheets / Telecasts (folder 322-16 empty)||1980-1984|
|323||34||Telexes / Van Capelleveen (folders 323-25,32 empty)||1972-1987|
|324||35||Van Eeghen / Wiley (folder 324-8 empty)||1980-1975|
|325||21||Williams / Zegarra||1980-1984|
|2. Team, 1960-1988|
|a. Correspondence, 1960-1988|
|75||19||Aarsvold / Akers||1962-1988|
|76||41R||Akers / Berryman (folder 76-2 is restricted)||1960-1981|
|77||31R||Berryman / Brownville (folder 77-7 is restricted)||1961-1980|
|78||50R||Burklin / Evans (folder 78-12 is restricted)||1961-1982|
|79||38||Fasig / Gustafson||1961-1981|
|80||38R||Hager / Jones (V. Sam) (folder 38-18 restricted)||1961-1982|
|81||54||Jones (V. Sam) / Mydske||1961-1981|
|82||39||Nelson / Richardson||1962-1981|
|161||24||Riggs / Rowlandson||1960-1981|
|83||43||Rowlandson / Thomas||1961-1981|
|84||28||Thomas / Williams||1964-1981|
|85||23||Williams / Wilson (T.W.)||1961-1982|
|86||5||Wilson (T.W.) / Wirt||1963-1976|
|86||8||Aarsvold / Akers||1980-1985|
|87||15||Akers / Burklin||1976-1985|
|88||14||Burklin / Dillon||1980-1985|
|89||13||Eshleman / Jones (V. Sam)||1980-1984|
|90||14||Lindsay / Rowlandson||1980-1985|
|91||14||Rowlandson / Williams||1980-1985|
|92||5||Williams / Wilson||1982-1984|
|b. Team matters; 1962-1982|
|94||65||Articles & statements / Travel||1965-1981|
|95||47||Travel / 1968 Team meeting||1964-1981|
|96||66||Team Meetings: General / Team retreat 1962||1962-1978|
|162||50||Team & Staff Conferences: Correspondence / Associate evangelists: Finance||1965-1982|
|163||49||Associate evangelists: Finance / Shipping||1962-1981|
|3. International Office correspondence, 1960-1982|
|By continent, 1960-1982|
|138||47||PACLA: Committee / Delegates (folder 138-39 restricted)||1972-1977|
|139||7||PACLA: Media / Liberia||1971-1977|
|139||144||General: Contacts / Korea: Team||1961-1981|
|140||103||Korea: General / Philippines: Officials||1967-1981|
|141||94||Philippines: Personnel / Taiwan: Taipei||1962-1981|
|141||19||Euro '70: Lists / Schedule||1969-1970|
|142||85R||Euro '70: Schedule / European Congress on Evangelism: Frankfurt (folders 142-31,32 restricted)||1967-1981|
|142||57R||Eastern bloc: Contacts / Hungary: Thank you letters (folder 142-144 restricted)||1966-1981|
|143||83||Hungary: Contacts / Poland: Closed crusades||1965-1981|
|143||48||Canada: Closed / Canada||1964-1967|
|161||6||Mexico: Committee / Nuevo Laredo||1972-1974|
|161||12||Brazil: Arrangements / Fact sheet||1978-1979|
|143||7||Brazil: Team / General||1976-1979|
|162||23R||South America (Brazil): Team / Closed crusades (folders 162-22 restricted)||1976-1981|
|162||10R||Paul Hopkins - Billy Graham speaking engagements (folders 162-24,28 restricted)||1967-1981|
|144||50||General: Committee / Zimbabwe||1967-1981|
|144||64||Afghanistan / Sri Lanka||1961-1981|
|145||14||Taiwan / Vietnam||1969-1979|
|145||16||Australia, New Zealand & Pacific Islands: Australia / Tonga||1966-1981|
|145||11||Caribbean: West Indies / Dominican Republic||1962-1980|
|145||38||Central America: Mexico / Mexico visas||1969-1981|
|145||16||South America: Invitations / Brazil||1961-1981|
|145||89R||Lists / Italy (folders 145-145-116,134, 161,164 restricted)||1960-1981|
|146||112R||Rome / Yugoslavia (folder 146-58 restricted)||1960-1991|
|146||11R||Middle East / Miscellaneous (folder 146-120 restricted)||1965-1981|
|By crusade, 1967-1981 [bulk 1980-1981]|
|146||13||1980 Central Indiana / 1981 Baltimore||1980-1981|
|147||7||1981 Festival of American Evangelism / 1982 New England Crusade||1981|
|147||159||Eastern Zone: General / Mexico: Charles Ward||1965-1981|
|148||112R||Mexico: Team / United Kingdom: January 1981 (folder 148-29,89,97,99,108 restricted)||1962-1981|
|149||105R||England: Team / Blackpool (folders 149-1,3 restricted)||1967-1982|
|150||15||Blackpool / Miscellaneous||1974-1982|
|4. Billy Graham speaking engagement schedules, 1961-1977|
|121||8||Alabama / California: L||1961-1974|
|122||40||California: Los Angeles / Iowa||1962-1974|
|123||47||Kansas / Ohio||1961-1974|
|124||26||Oklahoma / Wyoming||1963-1974|
|Schools (by state), 1964-1974|
|124||13||General: A / General: L||1964-1974|
|125||20||General M / Military||1964-1974|
|125||28||Camps / Military||1962-1974|
|126||20||News / Sports||1962-1974|
|Schedule notebooks, 1970-1977|
|126||9||Associate evangelists / Billy Graham||1970-1977|
|5. BGEA Board files, 1961-1987|
|126||5R||Coy / Emery (folders 126-30,31,32,3,34 restricted)||1971-1982|
|127||87R||Hill / Team communication (folders 127-1,3,6 through 14,17,18, 22, through 87 restricted)||1961-1987|
|6. BGEA overseas offices, 1962-1982|
|128||117||General / Uruguay (folder 128-112 restricted)||1962-1982|
|7. Eva Prior's files (?), 1959-1987|
|1959-1981 (bulk 1963-1979)|
|100||52||A / Baker||1961-1981|
|101||100||Banks / Christian Stewardship Council||1961-1981|
|102||105||Christian World Liberation Front / Counseling & Follow up||1959-1979|
|103||79||Counseling & Follow up / Evangelistic endeavors||1960-1981|
|104||104||Evangelistic endeavors / Foreign: India||1961-1981|
|105||105||Foreign: India (especially Nagar) / Gilchrist||1961-1981|
|106||88||Gili / Immigration||1961-1981|
|107||74||Incorporation / O'Sullivan||1962-1980|
|108||65R||Overseas Crusades / Referrals: Bill Brown (folder 108-9 restricted)||1961-1979|
|109||73R||Referrals: Robert Ferm / Sheets (folder 109-50 restricted)||1961-1981|
|110||71R||Sheldon / Television (folder 110-7 restricted)||1961-1981|
|111||62||Television / Youth for Christ||1961-1981|
|111||2||A / Airlines||1980-1981|
|112||24R||Akers / Crusade requests (folders 112-1,4 restricted)||1979-1981|
|113||32R||Cunville / M (folder 113-17 restricted)||1978-1981|
|114||22||May visit / Palau||1976-1981|
|115||22||Prisons / Subscriptions||1979-1981|
|116||23||Switzerland / XYZ||1979-1981|
|1961-1987 (bulk, 1981-1987)|
|116||40||A / Colson||1963-1987|
|117||61||Communism / Deaths||1963-1987|
|118||63R||Deaths / Haraszti (folder 118-62 restricted)||1963-1987|
|119||98R||Haraszti / Maps||1961-1987|
|120||91||Masseur / Publishers||1961-1987|
|121||92||Questionable endorsements / Z||1961-1987|
|8. Blair Carlson's files, 1976-1983|
|164||40||Trip: Blair's file / Cities & Countries: Taiwan||1976-1983|
|9. Miscellaneous correspondence & crusade\events\speaking engagements files, 1952-1984|
|175||93R||Address book / Crusades (domestic) & events: 1967 Centennial (Toronto) (folder175-80 restricted)||1957-1981|
|176||90R||Crusades (domestic) & events: 1970 Honor America Day / Spokane (folders 176-5,6,7,13, 14,15, 17,23,41,42,43,45,46, 47,48,49,57,61,70,80,87 restricted)||1956-1981|
|177||72R||Crusades (domestic) & events: Key '73 / Crusades (international) 1969 New Zealand (folder 177-15 restricted)||1960-1984|
|178||93R||Crusades (international): 1977 Manila / Crusades (domestic) Hawaii||1962-1984|
|179||71||Crusades (domestic) Idaho / DECISION: Galley proof cutback (folders 179-35,50,56,65 restricted)||1961-1981|
|180||6||DECISION: Index / Spanish TV report (folders 180-8,9,15, 16,41,53,60,62 restricted)||1961-1979|
|174||54||Media: Associate crusades / Press credentials||1961-1981|
|180||5||Staff: Barton / Butt||1963-1978|
|181||38R||Staff: Cho / Untitled (folder 181-10 restricted)||1952-1981|
|10. Untitled files (titled by archivist where possible): 1962-1982|
|181||5||England / Eurofest '75||1974-1980|
|182||15R||Hong Kong / International offices (folder 182-8 restricted)||1967-1982|
|183||11R||International offices / International: 1975 (folder 183-6,12 restricted)||1965-1982|
|184||12R||International: 1975-1977 / 1977 (folders 184-2,8 restricted)||1975-1980|
|185||10R||International: 1977 / 1977-1980 (folders 185-1,4,9 restricted)||1977-1980|
|186||11R||International: 1977-1980 / 1978-1979 (folder 186-1 restricted)||1977-1980|
|187||11R||International: 1978-1979 / 1979-1981 (folder 187-5 restricted)||1978-1981|
|188||7R||International: 1980 / Untitled: 1977 (folders 188-5,11,12,13 restricted)||1966-1982|
|2. Crusade files (for boxes 1 through 15 and 24, see extended folder-level description at end of guide), 1957-1986|
|1||34||1957 New York: Miscellaneous materials / 1974 Rio Grande: Publicity materials||1957-1974|
|2||45||1962 South American Tour: Correspondence / 1962 Seattle rally: World's Fair information||1958-1964|
|3||62||1962 Central California: Correspondence / 1963 Southern California: Platform||1958-1965|
|4||61||1963 Southern California: Pre-crusade / 1964 Birmingham: Preliminary budget||1961-1968|
|5||74||1964 Greater Birmingham: Press conference / 1964 San Diego: Statistics||1962-1968|
|6||77||1964 San Diego: Team / 1965 Hawaii: Radio & TV||1961-1967|
|7||96||1965 Hawaii: Schedules / 1965 Houston: Correspondence||1958-1968|
|8||67||1965 Houston: Correspondence / 1966 London: Automobiles||1963-1967|
|9||55||1966 London: BG's actual schedule / Evaluations||1963-1967|
|10||61||1966 London: Events / Special engagements||1961-1971|
|11||78||1966 London: Stadiums / 1967 Puerto Rico: Support||1963-1970|
|12||81||1967 Puerto Rico: Team / 1967 Heart of America: Invitation||1961-1969|
|13||75||1967 Heart of America: Invitation / 1968 Pacific Northwest: Team||1962-1969|
|14||97||1968 Pacific Northwest: Team / 1968 Pittsburgh: WHS appointments||1964-1971|
|15||17||1975 Eurofest: Aalborg / Zagreg||1973|
|24||8||Crusade printing samples||1965-1972|
|163||42||Africa / South America||1964-1986|
|164||6||Sweden / USSR||1974-1982|
|3. 1961-1981 (bulk, 1969-1973)|
|1972 Alabama (Birmingham)|
|128||18||Birmingham / Exec||1963-1972|
|129||48||Financial statements / Volunteers||1963-1972|
|1969 Southern California (Anaheim/Orange County)|
|129||48||Team / Ministers||1964-1970|
|130||28||Ministers / Volunteers||1964-1970|
|130||53||1971 Northern California (Oakland): General / Women||1967-1971|
|130||1||1970 Honor America Day||1973|
|130||59||Team correspondence / Share||1964-1974|
|131||7||Smyth engagements / BG letters||1967-1973|
|131||69||1971 Chicago: Chicago / Chicago China Council||1962-1981|
|131||33||1971 Central Kentucky (Lexington): Committee / Supporters||1965-1973|
|131||30||Team / News media||1967-1971|
|132||15||Nitely meetings / Volunteers||1969-1971|
|132||9||1970 Pilgrim 350th Anniversary (Plymouth, MA): General / Smyth engagements||1970-1971|
|132||48||1973 Upper Midwest (Minneapolis): General / Smyth (closed)||1966-1981|
|132||57||1973 St. Louis: Team memo / Volunteers||1965-1974|
|132||2||1981 American Festival of Evangelism: General / BG engagements||1981|
|132||1||1964-1965 New York World's Fair||1964-1965|
|1969 New York|
|132||28R||Committee / Committee prospects (folders 132-133,140,145 restricted)||1961-1969|
|133||45R||Committee / Volunteers (folder 133-3 restricted)||1966-1970|
|133||42||1970 New York: Team memo / Volunteer||1969-1971|
|133||43||1972 Charlotte: Team / Volunteer||1968-1972|
|1973 Central Caroline (Raleigh)|
|133||22||Committee / Films||1971-1973|
|134||20||Groups / Volunteers||1971-1973|
|134||67||1972 Northern Ohio (Cleveland): General / Volunteers||1967-1973|
|1970 East Tennessee (Knoxville)|
|134||42R||Complete speaking engagements / News media info (folder 134-89 restricted)||1967-1974|
|135||22||Nitely meetings / Volunteers||1969-1971|
|135||88R||1971 Greater Southwest (Dallas): Austin / Women's meetings (folder 135-30 restricted)||1964-1972|
|135||18||Explo '72: BG speaking engagements / Tragedy||1970-1973|
|1968 Australia & New Zealand|
|150||55||Committee / Office (folder 150-33 is empty)||1963-1968|
|151||35||Offices / Speaking engagements||1962-1969|
|151||77||1969 Australia & New Zealand: Team / Speaking engagements||1967-1970|
|152||47||Euro '70 (1970 Dortmund): Team / Intinerary||1966-1973|
|152||52||Spree '73 (1973 London): Committee / Cambridge||1972-1980|
|153||51||1974 Rio de Janeiro: Committee / Volunteers||1972-1975|
|153||37||1975 Eurofest (Brussels): Europe / Support||1973-1977|
|154||71||1978 Scandinavian Tour (Sweden & Norway): Team / TV||1969-1979|
|154||68||Committee / Smyth speaking engagements||1969-1979|
|155||7||Pre-crusade / Volunteers||1977-1979|
|155||82||BG schedule / Committee (music)||1973-1981|
|156||19||Committee (Prayer) / Team fact sheet||1980-1981|
|156||37||1982 Blackpool: Committee / Visitation||1981-1983|
|1982 USSR visit|
|156||14||Appreciation / Hotel refund||1981-1983|
|157||18||Immigration / Visit May 1982||1981-1982|
|157||35||1982 Bahamas: General / Notebook||1982-1983|
|1984 Mission England|
|157||8||Fact sheet / Archives||1980-1985|
|158||73||Arrangements / Photos||1980-1986|
|159||61||Prayer program / "This Trip"||1981-1985|
|159||41||Ford / School of Evangelism||1983-1986|
|160||7||School of Evangelism / Livelink manual||1984-1986|
|160||11||1986 Mission France: Arrangements / Samples||1986|
|160||24||1987 Mission Helsinki: Notebook / Youth||1987|
|160||25||Assorted domestic crusades: San Jose / Alberta||1981-1983|
|5. 1982 New England Crusade Offices files, 1977-1982|
|136||5||Springfield (Massachusetts) Crusade||1982, n.d.|
|136||75||Central Connecticut Crusade: Board of directors / Coordinators||1977-1982|
|137||59||Boston Crusade: Arrangements / Telephone survey||1981-1982|
|3. Crusade invitations, 1961-1993|
|1. Correspondence, 1961-1978|
|50||102||Alabama / Montana||1961-1978|
|51||81||Nebraska / Utah||1961-1975|
|52||53||Virginia / Canada: Saskatchewan||1963-1975|
|2. Notebooks, 1970-1993|
|52||4||Charlotte / Florida West Coast||1970-1976|
|19||3||Greater Mississippi / Greater Rocky Mountain Region||1972-1974|
|24||1||Greater Rocky Mountain Region||1974|
|20||7||Greater Rocky Mountain Region / Odessa (TX)||1972-1974|
|21||2||Odessa / Greater Mississippi||1974|
|22||2||Pacific Northwest Crusade / Greater San Diego||1974-1975|
|54||12||Central Florida / Nashville Central South||1976-1978|
|55||13R||Baltimore / Cleveland (folder 55-13 restricted)||1978-1992|
|56||4R||Columbus / Atlanta (folders 56-3,4 restricted)||1991-1993|
|4. Crusade manuals & notebooks, 1963-1986|
|497||1||Coordinator's Resource manual||1972-1973|
|171||29||Crusade Accounting Procedure / Follow-up||1963-1985|
|172||19||International / Office: Follow-up||1971-1986|
|173||18||Office: Initial plan / Visitation||1967-1986|
|5. Crusade Guidance Portfolios, 1973, 1980|
|170||13||Chairman / Operation Andrew||1973|
|171||4||Prayer / Youth||1973|
|496||2||Associates crusades: Officers / Committees||1980|
|6. Evangelism congresses and conferences, 1970-1984|
|165||73R||8/22-25/72 meeting / Finance (folders 165-51,55,56 restricted)||1970-1977|
|166||11||Planning / Miscellaneous||1972-1974|
|166||19||General / Mexico meeting||1974-1979|
|166||47||General / Miscellaneous (folder 166-31 empty)||1975-1981|
|167||68R||BG speaking engagement / Follow-up (folder 167-1 restricted)||1981-1984|
|168||53||Follow-up - Office staff||1981-1985|
|169||52||Office staff - Travel||1981-1984|
|170||23R||VSP-Volunteers, Arrangements-Team (folder 170-11 restricted)||1981-1984|
|306||3||Reports notebook 1 / Critiques & reports notebook||1983|
|7. John Corts' 1979 Florida West Coast Crusade files, 1978-1979|
|137||14||Administrative Committee / Denominational heads||1978-1979|
|138||36||Executive Committee / Youth Committee||1978-1979|
|2. North American Ministries; 1959-2002|
|1. Sterling Huston files, 1959-2002|
|1. Crusade files, 1959-2002|
|By state, 1965-1978|
|25||88||Alabama / Arizona (incl. 1972 Birmingham, 1974 Phoenix, 1977 Decatur, 1977 Huntsville, AL (LF), 1977 Montgomery, AL (GW))||1972-1977|
|26||80||Arizona / California (incl. 1974 Phoenix, 1974 Los Angeles, 1978 Concord, CA (JWW), 1978 Fairfield, CA (JWW))||1973-1978|
|27||69||California (incl. 1974 Los Angeles, 1976 San Diego, 1977 Riverside, CA (JWW), 1976 San Bernadino, CA (JWW)||1973-1977|
|28||67||California / Florida (incl. 1976 San Diego, 1977 Greeley, CO (JWW))||1973-1978|
|29||65||Georgia / Indiana (incl. 1977 South Bend, 1978 Clarksville, GA (GW)||1970-1978|
|30||69||Indiana / Kentucky (incl. 1977 South Bend, 1977 Mason City, IA (GWW), 1977 Wellman, IA (HJ), 1978 Ft. Campbell, KY (GW), 1976 Frankfort, KY (LF)||1973-1978|
|31||90||Massachusetts / Michigan (incl. 1976 Detroit, 1977 Cape Cod, MA (LF)||1974-1976|
|32||60||Michigan / Minnesota (incl. 1976 Detroit, 1976 Brainerd, MN (JWW), 1976 Fergus Falls, MN (JWW), 1975 Hibbing, MN (JWW), 1975 Virginia, MN (JWW)||l972-1976|
|33||75||Maryland / Mississippi (incl. 1975 Jackson, 1976 Camdenton, MO (JWW)||1975-1976|
|34||94||Montana / New Mexico (incl. 1978 Las Vegas, 1975 Albuquerque, 1978 Helena, MT (JWW)||1975-1978|
|35||88||New Mexico / North Carolina (incl. 1975 Albuquerque, 1977 Asheville, 1977 Western New Mexico (JWW)||1972-1977|
|36||79||North Carolina / Ohio (incl. 1977 Asheville, 1972 Charlotte, 1976 Langdon, ND (RB)||1971-1977|
|37||94||Ohio (incl. Cincinnati Tri-State, 1972 Cleveland||1972-1977|
|38||71||Ohio / Tennessee (incl. 1972 Cleveland, 1978 Memphis Mid-South, 1977 Ironton, OH (GW), 1978 Ontario, OR (RB), 1977 Milmark, SD (JWW)||1968-1978|
|39||84||Tennessee / Texas (incl. 1978 Memphis Mid-South, 1971 Dallas-Ft. Worth, 1977 Brenham, TX (JWW)||1965-1978|
|40||99||Texas (incl. 1971 Dallas-Ft. Worth, 1975 Lubbock, 1978 Gonzales, TX (GW), 1975 Greenville, TX (JWW)||1971-1978|
|41||62||Texas / Virginia (incl. 1975 Lubbock, 1974 Norfolk Tidewater, 1975 Paris, TX (GW), 1975 Danville, VA (GW)||1972-1975|
|42||98||Virginia (incl. 1974 Norfolk Tidewater, 1976 Williamsburg, 1978 Pulaski, VA (GW)||1974-1978|
|43||66||Washington (state) (incl. 1976 Seattle, 1977 Aberdeen, WA (GW)||1974-1977|
|44||64||Washington (state) (incl. 1976 Seattle)||1976|
|45||63||Washington (state) / Ontario (incl. 1978 Toronto, 1976 Wenatchee, WA (JWW), 1978 Wheeling, WV (JWW), 1978 Cody, WY (JWW), 1977 Port Alberni, BC (RB)||1970-1978|
|46||44||Ontario (incl.1978 Toronto)||1972-1978|
|47||40||Hong Kong / Manila||1975-1977|
|49||42||Manila / Taipei||1975-1977|
|By date, 1959-2002|
|56||45||1978 Mid-America (Kansas City): Ad Hoc Committee / Statistics||1974-1979|
|1979 Florida West (Tampa)|
|56||31||Ad Hoc Committee / Hotels||1973-1982|
|57||19||Information / Statistics||1975-1979|
|57||60||1979 Nashville Central South: Ad Hoc Committee / Tickets||1975-1986|
|57||13||Ad Hoc Committee / Finance||1974-1979|
|58||44||Ministers / Tickets||1978-1979|
|58||49||1979 Atlantic (Halifax): Ad Hoc Committee / Tickets||1975-1986|
|1980 Central Indiana (Indianapolis)|
|58||27||Administrative Committee / Participants||1959-1981|
|59||32||Personnel / Youth||1974-1982|
|59||54||1980 North Alberta (Edmonton): Administrative Committee / Tickets||1978-1981|
|59||32||1980 Reno: Ad Hoc Committee / Share partners||1979-1981|
|60||51||1980 Las Vegas: Ad Hoc Committee / Tickets||1978-1982|
|60||39||Ad Hoc Committee / Large Donor reception||1975-1982|
|61||21||Leaders' rallies / General||1975-1982|
|61||59||1981 Southern Alberta (Calgary): Ad Hoc Committee / Tickets||1975-1984|
|1981 San Jose/Bay Area|
|61||15||Ad Hoc Committee / Ministers||1975-1982|
|62||42||Music / Tickets||1980-1982|
|62||55||1981 Houston-Gulf Coast: Ad Hoc Committee / Tickets||1965-1982|
|1982 New England|
|62||2||Associate ministries / Satellite cities||1981-1982|
|63||8||Burlington, VT / Information notebook||1972-1982|
|63||48||Ad Hoc Committee / Publicity||1976-1988|
|64||9||Reports / Tickets||1979-1982|
|64||53||1982 Boise-Treasure Valley: Ad Hoc Committee / Volunteers||1980-1983|
|1982 Spokane-Inland Empire|
|64||38||Ad Hoc Committee / Officials||1973-1985|
|65||13||Official documents / Tickets||1981-1983|
|65||1||1982 University of North Carolina||1982|
|65||53||1983 Orlando-Central Florida: Ad Hoc Committee/ Tickets||1976-1984|
|1982 Tacoma-Puget Sound|
|65||16||Ad Hoc Committee / Special outreach||1981-1983|
|66||38||Ushers / Statistics||1975-1986|
|66||49||1983 Oklahoma: Oklahoma / Statistics||1982-1984|
|66||7||Ad Hoc Committee / Invitations||1981-1983|
|67||48||Counseling & Follow-up / Arrangements||1981-1985|
|67||55||1984 Alaska (Anchorage): Ad Hoc Committee / Statistics||1979-1984|
|68||51||1984 Vancouver: Ad Hoc Committee / Workers' rallies||1979-1985|
|1985 Ft. Lauderdale-South Florida|
|68||49||Ad Hoc Committee / Samples||1982-1988|
|69||6||Schedule / Statistics||1984-1985|
|69||52||1985 Hartford-Southern New England: Ad Hoc Committee / Statistics||1983-1986|
|1985 Anaheim-Southern California|
|69||13||Ad Hoc Committee / Finance||1978-1989|
|70||45||Laymen / Statistics||1978-1986|
|1986 Greater Washington (DC)|
|70||17||Ad Hoc Committee / Ministers||1975-1982|
|71||51||Music / Mailing list||1973-1987|
|1986 Tallahassee-North Florida|
|71||20||Ad Hoc Committee / Youth||1983-1987|
|72||34||Audit / Information folder||1984-1990|
|72||52||1987 Denver-Rocky Mountain: Ad Hoc Committee / Team speaking engagements||1984-1991|
|73||1||1987 Montana (Billings)||1985-1987|
|73||1||1987 Wyoming (Cheyenne)||1985-1987|
|73||1||1987 Greater Red River (Fargo, ND)||1985-1987|
|73||8||AGAPE program: Budget / Schedules||1974-1978|
|1987 South Carolina (Columbia)|
|285||28||Ad Hoc Committee / Controversial||1976-1989|
|286||21||Crusade information seminars / Statistics||1976-1989|
|1987 Sioux Empire (Sioux Falls)|
|286||1||Denver: Satellite cities||1986-1989|
|287||2||Part 2 / Part 3||1987|
|1988 Buffalo-Niagara (Buffalo)|
|287||3||Ad Hoc Interim Steering Committee / Executive Committee||1985-1989|
|288||25||General / Congregational chairmen||1977-1989|
|289||26||Controversial / Tickets||1986-1988|
|1988 Hamilton, ON|
|498||32||Ad Hoc Interim Steering Committee / Briefing Report||1981-1989|
|289||2||Ad Hoc Interim Steering Committee / Administrative Committee||1983-1987|
|290||13||General / Operation Andrew||1980-1989|
|291||21||Special Outreach / Leaders' rallies||1987-1988|
|292||11||Media / School of Evangelism||1987-1989|
|293||4||Share partners / Tickets||1987-1988|
|1989 Arkansas (Little Rock)|
|293||19||Administrative Committee / Audit||1974-1989|
|294||27||BG speaking engagements / Statistics||1984-1989|
|1989 Central New York (Syracuse)|
|294||4||Ad Hoc Interim Steering Committee / General||1982-1987|
|295||25||General Committee / Information seminars||1987-1989|
|296||16||Leaders' rallies / Tickets||1981-1989|
|1990 Mission Quebec (Montreal)|
|499||26||Announcement Luncheon / Executive Committee||1989-1991|
|500||13||Administrative Committee / Youth||1988-1991|
|1990 Capitol District (Albany)|
|296||5||Administrative Committee / General Committee||1978-1989|
|297||25||Team / Office staff||1988-1990|
|298||13||Official documents / Tickets||1988-1992|
|1990 Long Island|
|298||25||Audit / Administrative Committee||1985-1991|
|299||10||Executive Committee / Special Outreach||1988-1989|
|1991 Washington State Crusade (Tacoma)|
|500||2||Arrangements / Finance (Correspondence)||1990-1991|
|1991 Washington State Crusade (Seattle)|
|500||26||Ad Hoc Committee / Official Documents||1990-1992|
|501||7||Prayer Broadcasts, etc. / Statistics||1975-1991|
|1991 Northern New Jersey Crusade (East Rutherford, NJ)|
|501||25||Ad Hoc/ Interim Steering Committee / Publicity||1985-1992|
|502||4||Reports to File and Team Members / Share Partners||1985-1991|
|1991 Central Park Rally (NYC)|
|502||15||Briefing Report / Special Outreach||1974-1992|
|503||24||Transportation / Urban Catalyst Concept||1956-1992|
|1992 Philadelphia Crusade|
|504||7||Executive Committee / Nominating Committee||1988-1994|
|505||26||Team / Office Staff||1988-1993|
|506||9||Official Documents / Statistics||1988-1993|
|1992 Pacific Northwest Crusade (Portland, OR)|
|506||7||[Portland - Unfoldered] / Team||1991-1993|
|507||30||Arrangements / Roman Catholics - Jewish||1990-1994|
|508||5||Samples / Statistics||1991-1994|
|1993 Pittsburgh Crusade|
|508||17||Administrative Committee / Audit||1975-1993|
|509||16||BG-SE / Statistics||1978-1994|
|1993 Columbus Crusade (Columbus, OH)|
|509||14||Briefing Report / Crusade Update||1992-1994|
|510||15||Decision Magazine / Statistics||1985-1996|
|1994 Northeastern Ohio Billy Graham Crusade (Cleveland, OH)|
|510||7||Ad Hoc Committee / Team||1989-1994|
|511||33||Team Fact Sheet / Statistics||1991-1995|
|1994 Atlanta Billy Graham Crusade|
|511||3||Ad Hoc Committee / General||1989-1994|
|512||19||Executive Committee / Bible Nurture Groups||1992-1995|
|513||18||Budget / Statistics||1989-1994|
|1995 Mission Ontario (Toronto)|
|513||11||Announcement / General Committee||1974-1995|
|514||25R||Houston, Sterling / Youth||1991-1999|
|1995 Greater Sacramento Crusade|
|514||3||Ad Hoc/ Interim Steering Com. / General Committee||1991-1995|
|515||25R||General / Official Documents||1987-1996|
|516||7||Publicity / Billy Graham Crusade 1983||1982-1995|
|1996 Greater Twin Cities Campaign (Minneapolis)|
|516||10R||Ad Hoc/ Interim Steering Com. / Deaf/ Head of Hearing||1978-1996|
|517||23R||Men / Statistics||1981-1996|
|1996 The Carolina’s Crusade (Charlotte)|
|517||4R||Ad Hoc/ Interim Steering Com. / Team||1994-1997|
|518||24R||General / Statistics||1990-2000|
|1997 South Texas Crusade (San Antonio)|
|519||23R||Ad Hoc/ Interim Steering Com. / Official Documents||1996-1998|
|520||6R||Participants / Church Leaders Packet||1996-1997|
|1997 Bay Area Crusade (San Jose, San Francisco and Oakland, CA)|
|520||11R||Arrangements / Report to the File and Team Members||1995-1999|
|521||2R||Church Leaders Packet / Profile||1997|
|1997 San Jose Crusade|
|521||23R||Ad Hoc Interim Steering Com / Statistics||1995-1999|
|1997 San Francisco|
|522||8R||Ad Hoc Committee Interim Steering / Statistics||1996-1997|
|522||10R||Executive Committee / Statistics||1996-1997|
|1998 National Capital Region Mission (Ottawa, Ont.)|
|522||7R||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada / General Committee||1965-1998|
|523||28R||Team / National Capital Region - Billy Graham Mission [Notebook]||1998-1999|
|1998 Tampa Bay Crusade|
|524||28R||Ad Hoc/ Interim Steering Com. / Statistics||1995-1999|
|1999 Indiana Crusade (Indianapolis)|
|525||26R||General / Statistics||1980-2001|
|1999 St. Louis Crusade|
|526||20R||Ad Hoc/ Interim Steering Com. / [St. Louis - Church Leaders]||1984-2000|
|527||8R||Information / Statistics||1990-2000|
|2000 Middle Tennessee Crusade (Nashville)|
|527||21R||General Committee / Profile||1999-2001|
|2000 Jacksonville, FL Crusade|
|528||21R||Ad Hoc/ Interim Steering Com. / Statistics||1975-2001|
|2001 Greater Louisville Crusade|
|529||20R||General / Committee||1970-2001|
|530||18R||Share Partners / Support||1964-2001|
|2001 Central Valley Crusade (Fresno, CA)|
|530||6R||Executive Com. / Arrangements||2001-2002|
|531||14R||Prison / Statistics||1964-2001|
|2002 Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Mission|
|2002 Mission Metroplex (Dallas - Fort Worth, TX)|
|531||3R||Dallas [1 of 3] / Dallas [3 of 3]||2000-2002||2. Miscellaneous administrative files; 1970-1989|
|1||3||General Correspondence / BG Evangelistic Film Ministry||1950-1966|
|73||5||Correspondence / Process||1982-1986|
|74||25||Resources / Evangelists' schedule||1970-1989|
|75||10||Glenmary Research Center / NRB convention||1972-1988|
|3. Crusade invitations, 1973, 1983-2001|
|280||3||Charleston / Tallahassee||1973, 1984|
|281||3||Columbia / Albany||1984-1988|
|282||2||Syracuse / Buffalo-Niagara||1986-1987|
|283||4||Little Rock / Charlotte (folders 283-2 and 3 restricted)||1988, 1995|
|284||4||Charlotte / Jacksonville (folders 284-1,2,3,4 restricted)||1995-1999|
|532||5||An Urgent Invitation to Dr. Billy Graham [Notebook - Knoxville, TN] / Invitation to Philadelphia [Notebook 2 of 2]||1983-1989|
|533||6R||[Winston-Salem, NC - Invitation Letters] / Invitation Letters St. Louis [Notebook 1 of 3]||1990-1998|
|534||5R||Invitation Letters St. Louis [Notebook 2 of 3] / Invitation Letters Indianapolis [Notebook 2 of 2]||1997-1998|
|535||5R||Invitation Letters Indianapolis / Invitation Letters Jacksonville, FL [Notebook]||1997-2000|
|536||2R||[Invitation Letters Dallas/ Ft. Worth, TX - Notebook 1 of 2] / [Invitation Letters Dallas/ Ft. Worth, TX - Notebook 2 of 2]||2001|
|2. Tom Phillips, 1977-1993|
|1. General, 1984-1993|
|442||1||Evangelizacios Konferencia (Budapest, 1989) conference notebook||1984-1993|
|2. Elwyn Cutler, 1977-1991|
|442||2||Advertising 1985 / Advertising & Publicity Albany||1985-1990|
|443||15||Advertising / Audits||1984-1990|
|444||13||Audits / International Committee||1987-1988|
|445||3||Legal / Legal Buffalo & Niagara||1986-1989|
|445||1||Lifestyle Witnessing notebook||1980s|
|445||3||Arrangements / Counseling & Follow-up||1977-1990|
|446||6||Finance Committee / Finance Committee E||1979-1987|
|447||10||Deaf / Operation Andrew||1991|
|448||8||Prayer / Youth & student||1978-1989|
|448||1||Master notebook part 1||1984-1988|
|449||9||Master notebook part 2 / Travel||1983|
|3. Jeannie Hickman, 1978-1992|
|449||2||Announcement luncheon / BGEA: Basic Concept of Crusade Organization||1978-1992|
|450||22||BGEA: General - Crusades: Arkansas materials||1984-1992|
|451||15||Crusades: Mission Quebec / Office manual||1987-1990|
|452||18||Office procedures / Samples||1987-1991|
|453||7||Samples / World Wide Pictures||1987-1990|
|4. Crusades, 1987-1993|
|453||4||Administration notebook contents / Arrangement notebook contents||1988|
|454||10||Feeding the Hungry in Jesus Name / Programs||1988|
|455||2||Team notebook / Weather||1988|
|1989 Central New York (Syracuse)|
|455||8||General, Announcement / Platform party room notebook||1988-1989|
|495||1||Finance: Ledger (also data for the Capital District Crusade in Albany)||1988-1990|
|456||5||Printing / Visitation||1989-1991|
|1990 Capital District (Albany)|
|456||12||Advertising / Platform seating||1990|
|457||9||Printing / Training materials||1988-1990|
|1991 Washington State (Seattle, Tacoma)|
|457||4||Accounts / Chief Printing||1991|
|445||1||Disability ministries committee||1991|
|458||10||Church Leaders Rally / Printing||1991|
|459||10||Printing / Workmen's Comp||1991|
|1991 Northern New Jersey|
|459||4||Arrangements / Platform seating||1991|
|1991 Central Park Rally|
|460||8||Arrangements / Westchester mobilization||1990-1991|
|1992 Pacific Northwest (Portland)|
|460||2R||Access / Advertising (folders 460-9,10 restricted)||1991|
|461||10R||Advertising / Arrangements Committee (folders 461-1 through 10 restricted)||1991-1992|
|462||8R||Arrangements Committee / Arrangements final summit list (folders 462-1 through 8 restricted)||1992|
|463||16R||Arrangements Committee / Churches (folders 463-1 through 16 restricted)||1992|
|464||14R||Churches / Council of Reference (folders 464-1 through 14 restricted)||1992|
|465||17R||Counseling & Follow-up / Crusade signs (folders 465-1 through 17 restricted)||1991-1992|
|466||16R||DECISION / Finance (folders 466-1 through 16 restricted)||1991-1992|
|467||10R||Finance / General (folders 467-1 through 10 restricted)||1991-1992|
|468||9R||General / Insurance (folders 468-1 through 9 restricted)||1991-1992|
|469||11R||Lead breakfast / Love In Action (folders 469-1 through 11 restricted)||1992|
|470||9R||Love In Action / Men's Committee (folders 470-1 through 9 restricted)||1991-1992|
|471||20R||Men's Committee / Pastors' Committee (folders 471-1 through 20 restricted)||1991-1992|
|472||19R||Pastors' Committee / Publicity Committee (folders 472-1 through 19 restricted)||1991-1992|
|473||29R||Purchase orders / Statewide (folders 473-1 through 29 restricted)||1989-1992|
|474||23R||Statewide / Youth Committee (folders 474 -1 through 23 restricted)||1987-1992|
|475||1R||Youth for Christ (folders 475-1 restricted)||1992|
|Jeannie Hickman files|
|475||12R||Administrative: Executive committees / Executive committee packets (folders 475-2 through 13 restricted)||1990-1992|
|476||12R||Articles / Finance (folders 476-1 through 12 restricted)||1990-1992|
|477||7R||Finance / Leaders' rallies (folders 477-1 through 7 restricted)||1991-1992|
|478||10R||Leaders' rallies / Love In Action (folders 478-1 through 10 restricted)||1991-1992|
|479||15R||Mailing list / Operation Andrew (folders 479-1 through 15 restricted)||1988-1992|
|480||8R||Pastors / Production notebook (folders 480-1 through 8 restricted)||1991-1992|
|481||14R||Programs / Visitation (folders 481-1 through 14 restricted)||1991-1993|
|482||2R||Walter Bennett / Youth (folders 482-1,2 restricted)||1992|
|Pam Furlow files|
|482||11R||Approved bills - Updates (folders 482-3 through 13 restricted)||1991-1993|
|Pat Borgens files|
|482||3R||Hotel reservations - Team packets (folders 482-14,15,16 restricted)||1992-1993|
|482||13R||Administrative Committee - Automobiles (folders 482-17 through 29 restricted)||1992-1993|
|483||10R||Badges - Forms (folders 483-1 through 10 restricted)||1992-1993|
|484||29R||Insurance notebook - Programs (folders 484-1 through 29 restricted)||1992-1993|
|485||1||Project plans - Youth poster||1992-1993|
|3. International Ministries, 1957-1995|
|1. Henry Holley files, 1957-1994|
|1. General files, 1967-1989|
|190||6||Calendars / Correspondence: Walter Smyth||1967-1987|
|191||19||International satellite outreach / Organizational chart||1967-1989|
|2. City reports, 1969-1987|
|192||3||Alaska / Buenos Aires||1969-1987|
|193||8||Gothenburg / Manila||1972-1986|
|194||4||Mission England / Singapore||1973-1987|
|195||9||Singapore / Washington DC||1975-1987|
|3. Crusade general files, 1957-1994|
|195||5||Administration: Office procedures / Administration: Printing||1973-1980|
|196||16||Administration: Printing / Biographical profiles: Barrows||1968-1984|
|197||30||Biographical profiles: Bennett / Briefing Billy Graham||1973-1980|
|198||6||Brochures / Counseling lists||1973-1980|
|199||4||Counseling literature / Counseling manuals||1967-1984|
|200||7||Counseling promotion / Crusade organization||1962-1985|
|201||8||Delegations / Film: Hiding Place||1965-1985|
|202||6||Finance Committee / Follow-up (North America): Bible discussions||1970-1984|
|203||8||Follow-up: Co-labor Corps / Logo||1968-1985|
|204||9||Media/Publicity: Film showings / Message ideas & outlines||1967-1985|
|205||5||Military / Music: Concert||1973-1984|
|206||4||Music: Crusade songbooks / Nightly programs||1957-1980|
|207||5||Office procedures & staff / Press conferences||1972-1985|
|208||5||Press kits / Press releases (international)||1973-1984|
|209||14||Printing: Calling cards / School of Christian Writing||1965-1987|
|210||8||Schools of Evangelism (international) / Team: Engagements||1967-1981|
|211||12||Team: Folders / Ushers||1967-1985|
|212||5||Visitation / Ushers||1966-1985|
|213||18||Administration / Ministers Information Bulletin (domestic)||1973-1980|
|214||4||Ministers Information Bulletin (international) / Printing: Crusade stationary||1970-1985|
|215||4||Production schedule / Schedule of events||1975-1978|
|300||30||Administration / Counseling||1968-1994|
|488||2||Articles of incorporation / Advertising||1975-1989|
|302||18||Counseling / Billy Graham||1973-1994|
|303||17||Group booking / Mission News||1978-1994|
|304||9||Mission World / Operations||1960-1994|
|305||18||Prayer / Team||1972-1994|
|306||6||Team / Youth||1972-1994|
|4. Crusade counseling files, 1962-1978|
|216||14||Crusade statistics notebook / Christian Life & Witness: Promotion||1962-1978|
|217||14||CL & W: Notes / Co-Labor Corps||1962-1972|
|218||12||Co-Labor Corps / Project (Committee org.)||1967-1978|
|5. Early crusades files, 1965-1971|
|219||9||1965 Hawaii / 1969 Auckland (NZ)||1965-1969|
|220||12||1969 Christchurch (NZ) / Billy Graham interview transcripts, 1970||1969-1971|
|6. Evangelism congresses, 1962-1983|
|221||8||1969 Asian-South Pacific Congress on Evangelism / Amsterdam '83||1968-1983|
|7. Honor America Day, 1970-1979|
|222||9||Arrangements/logistics / Report on preparations||1970-1979|
|223||5||Samples / Plains Indian Museum dedication||1979|
|8. Billy Graham Center, 1970-1983|
|223||1||Correspondence, memos, notes, reports||1975-1981|
|224||8||Dedication program / Here's Life master plan||1970-1983|
|9. International crusades, 1963-1994|
|225||2||1967 Japan Crusade||1974-1981|
|225||8||Correspondence / Miscellaneous||1967-1975|
|226||4||Proposed letter to mayor of Seoul / Statistics||1973|
|227||15 legal||1974 Rio de Janeiro: Autographed book / Telegrams||1973-1975|
|1975 Hong Kong|
|228||12||Background / Samples||1963-1979|
|227||3 legal||Christian Life & Witness / Information Bulletins||1975|
|229||9||Samples / Stationary||1975|
|1975 Republic of China:|
|230||9||Background / Media kit||1975-1977|
|231||7||Notes / Statistics||1975|
|232||3 legal||Clippings scrapbook / Report||1975|
|233||12||Background / Correspondence: G||1976-1977|
|234||18||H / Correspondence (unsorted)||1974-1980|
|235||17||Finance / School of Evangelism: Financial records||1975-1980|
|236||10||SOE: Travel scholarships / UCCP withdrawal||1976-1977|
|227||2 legal||Articles of incorporation / Letterhead logo sketches||1976|
|237||7||Address & date book / Correspondence||1969-1981|
|238||9||Correspondence (personal) / Personal||1978|
|239||7||Preparation report / Team correspondence||1978|
|240||5 legal||Articles of incorporation / Samples||1978-1984|
|General crusade files|
|241||6||Background / Correspondence||1979-1982|
|242||11||Correspondence notebook / Statistics & programs||1979-1980|
|243||2||Team info notebooks / Transmittal records||1980|
|244||13||General / To do||1980|
|245||9||Walter Smyth / Miscellaneous: N-Z||1976-1980|
|246||16R||Travel / Tokyo Team hotel (folder 246-2 restricted)||1978-1980|
|247||8 legal||Administrative committee / Arrangements: Blueprint Plan||1979-1980|
|248||10 legal||BG briefing / Counseling lecture notes||1979-1980|
|249||6 legal||Counseling: Letters, charts, etc. / Crusade organization||1978-1980|
|250||10 legal||Delegations / Finance/Treasurer reports||1979-1980|
|251||6 legal||Follow-up / Fukuoka arrangements||1979-1980|
|252||8 legal||Fukuoka counseling/follow-up / Fukuoka publicity||1978-1980|
|253||17 legal||Fukuoka Operation Andrew / Memo to secretary||1979-1980|
|254||7 legal||Memo by secretary / Music hymn books & sheets||1979-1980|
|255||17 legal||Nagoya / Operation Andrew||1979-1980|
|256||15 legal||Osaka / Pamphlets||1979-1980|
|257||12 legal||Prayer / Publications||1979-1980|
|258||14 legal||Publicity / Schedule (BG)||1979-1980|
|259||11 legal||Team addresses / Team schedule||1979-1980|
|260||22 legal||Team transportation / Finance Committee||1979-1980|
|261||8||General Affairs Committee / Statistics (folder 261-1 empty)||1979-1980|
|261||27||Activity reports / Publicity||1979-1980|
|262||7||Reception / Youth||1980|
|262||22||Administration / Press relations||1979-1980|
|263||17||Publicity / Youth Committee||1979-1980|
|263||12||Administration / Biographies||1979-1981|
|264||21||Brochures / Executive Committee: General Secretary||1978-1980|
|265||18||Executive Committee lists / Ministers Committee||1979-1980|
|266||14||Ministers PIB [Pastor's Information Bulletin] / Operation Andrew: Slide presentation||1979-1980|
|267||29||Package program / Team bags||1979-1980|
|268||17||Team engagements / Youth Committee||1978-1980|
|268||6||Administration / Brochures||1980|
|269||32||Business cards / Youth||1979-1980|
|1986 Mission France|
|270||7||Background / Correspondence: Nov-Dec 1985||1984-1986|
|271||6||Correspondence: January / October 1986||1986|
|272||14R||Correspondence: August-September 1986 / Satellite program (folder 272-5 restricted)||1983-1986|
|Mission 94 (Tokyo)|
|276||46R||Administration / English Language Committee (folder 276-14 is restricted)||1991-1994|
|277||52||English Language Committee / Dr. Honda||1992-1994|
|278||37||Hotel / Printing||1992-1994|
|279||38||Printing / Youth||1992-1994|
|299||4||Advertising / US Embassy||1993-1994|
|273||index cards||Holley's address card file: 1977 Manila Crusade, 1978 Singapore Crusade||1977-1978|
|274||index cards||Holley's address card file: 1978 Singapore, 1980 Japan||1978-1980|
|100th anniversary of Korean Church|
|442||100th anniversary: Planning chronology of daily events||1984|
|10. Amsterdam '83 files, 1982|
|275||2||Consultation notebook / Fund-raising proposal||1982|
|11. Amsterdam '86 files, 1985-1986|
|275||11||Activity reports / Publications, Bettie Holley notes||1985-1986|
|2. Blair Carlson files|
|1. Crusade function files, 1967-1994|
|335||18||Administration : General / Printing schedule & lists||1971-1990|
|336||10||Administration: Priority office checklist / Arrangements: Administration||1975-1990|
|337||18||Arrangements: Badges / Platform doctor||1975-1992|
|338||18||Arrangements: Security / Children: Finnish material||1980-1982|
|339||10||Children: French material / Christian Life & Witness: Forms||1975-1989|
|340||11||Christian Life & Witness: Materials / Church Mission Committee: Checklist||1974-1989|
|341||13||Church Mission Committee: Handbooks / Computer system||1978-1989|
|342||10||Computer / Counseling: Chairman||1978-1992|
|343||10||Counseling: Checklist / Counselor letters||1973-1989|
|344||6||Counseling Manuals / Living in Christ (Other)||1980-1989|
|345||7||Counseling: Living in Christ (French) / Materials: Youth||1967-1989|
|346||18||Counseling materials: Steps to Peace With God / Fact sheets:||1969-1991|
|347||9||Film / Finance materials: Bank||1977-1990|
|348||22||Finance materials: Brochures / Follow-up materials: Miscellaneous materials for nurturing new Christians||1977-1990|
|349||14||Follow-up: Miscellaneous / Gallup||1978-1990|
|350||13||Billy Graham / Group bookings: Reservation forms||1977-1992|
|351||16||Group bookings: Tickets / Media: Luis Palau press kit||1973-1991|
|352||15||Media: Press briefing / News information kit||1967-1989|
|353||23||Media: Press office notebook / Ministers: Ministers' meeting||1978-1990|
|354||8||Ministers meeting: Schedules / Briefing||1975-1990|
|355||8||Ministers: Bulletin / Music: England||1976-1991|
|356||11||Music: France / Prayer: Information||1974-1992|
|357||9||Prayer: Information / Programs: Finland and France||1974-1991|
|358||24||Programs: France / Reports: Mission England||1977-1992|
|359||10||Roman Catholic / Satellite: Materials||1982-1990|
|360||12||Satellite: Media / Stewards: Chairman||1972-1992|
|361||18||Stewards: Materials / Team: Information||1975-1991|
|362||8||Team: Letter Berlin / Schedule||1978-1990|
|363||12||Team: Welcome information / Urban Task Group||1978-1992|
|364||10R||Urban Task Group / Video: Mission England reports (folder 364-1 restricted)||1978-1994|
|365||16||VIP receptions: Administration / Women: Chairperson||1973-1992|
|366||13||Women: Home prayer program / Youth: Mission Sheffield rallies||1974-1991|
|2. Crusade files, 1973-1993|
|Mission England (1984-1985)|
|366||1||Task Groups notebook||1984-1985|
|Mission France (1986)|
|367||14||Advertizing / English community||1985-1987|
|368||10R||English speaking contacts / Executive Committee: Chairman (folders 368-1,10 restricted)||1985-1987|
|369||9||Executive Committee: Committee list / France: Conference centers||1984-1986|
|370||16R||French delegation / Media: Press releases (folder 370-13 restricted)||1984-1986|
|371||12||Media: Committee / Ministers meeting: Transport||1984-1986|
|372||19||Music / Programme: Participants||1983-1986|
|488||1||Personnel info for US in Paris||1984-1985|
|373||6||Publicity / Satellite||1983-1986|
|374||13||Satellite: Manual contents / Team: Billy Graham schedules||1984-1986|
|375||10||Team: Holley / Translations||1984-1986|
|376||3||Translation: Task force / Videos||1985-1986|
|Mission Helsinki (1987)|
|376||23||Administration: Area committee meeting / Schedule||1986-1987|
|377||27||Administration: Weekly reports / Arrangements: Site survey||1986-1987|
|378||13||Arrangements: Sound system / Caring for New Christians (CNC or CFNC) English||1987|
|379||31||Caring for New Christians: Principals / Church Mission Committee: Church workers training||1987|
|380||37||Church Mission Committee: Handbooks / Counseling: Manuals||1986-1987|
|381||30||Counseling: Materials / Finance: July '87||1986-1987|
|382||29||Finance: August '87 / Media||1986-1987|
|383||25||Media: Advertising / Team: Fact sheet||1986-1987|
|384||20||Team: Hotel / Personnel: Lehtinen||1987|
|385||18||Team: Personnel: Lenning / Youth: Materials||1985-1987|
|385||5||Administration: General / Miscellaneous||1987-1989|
|386||25||Administration: Originals / Arrangements: Schedule||1988-1990|
|387||8||Arrangements: Security / Stadium: Crystal Palace||1988-1989|
|388||7||Arrangements: Stadium: West Ham / Stadium notebook 2||1988-1989|
|389||17||Arrangements: Transport / Churches: Lists||1988-1989|
|390||8R||Commemorative booklet / Counseling: Committee materials (folder 390-6 restricted)||1988-1990|
|391||9||Counseling: CL & W manuals / Hugh Osgood letters||1988-1989|
|392||11||Counseling: Counselors list / Discovery groups: Requests||1987-1990|
|393||12||Discovery groups: Requests / Finance: July '88 report||1988-1989|
|492||Choir enrollment cards: A-I||1989|
|493||Choir enrollment cards: J-S||1989|
|494||Choir enrollment cards: T-Z, Stewards enrollment cards: C-Y||1989|
|394||12||Finance: August '88 report / July 13-31, 1989||1988-1989|
|395||8||Finance: August '89 / Follow-up: Video orders||1988-1989|
|489||Follow-up report forms: A-B||1989|
|490||Follow-up report forms: C||1989|
|491||Follow-up report forms: D,F,O||1989|
|396||13R||Follow-up: Personnel printouts / International Ministries: Mission World (folder 396-5 restricted)||1987-1990|
|397||10R||International: schedule / Letters to Billy Graham: Dealt with (folder 397-3 restricted)||1986-1989|
|398||7||Livelink: Agreement / General A||1988-1989|
|399||7||Livelink: General B / Military||1988-1989|
|400||8||Livelink: Originals / Statistics A-C||1988-1989|
|401||5||Livelink: Statistics C-G / London briefing report||1989|
|488||1||Livelink letterhead bromides||1989|
|402||12||Love in Action / Media: Perspective||1988-1989|
|488||1||Media information packet||1989|
|403||8||Media: Report / Programme: Nightly||1988-1989|
|404||10||Programme: Participants / Samples: Area newspapers||1988-1989|
|405||20||Samples: Burroughs / Programme & music||1989|
|406||25||Samples: Programme & music / Satellite: Follow-up||1987-1989|
|407||8||Satellite: Info / France||1987-1989|
|408||8||Satellite: Ireland / Site surveys selected pages 351a-377||1988-1989|
|409||6||Satellite: Site surveys selected pages 378-399 / Team: Bios||1984, 1989|
|410||16||Team: Briefing / Notes & Quotes||1987-1990|
|411||9||Team: Passport info / Women: File A||1984-1989|
|412||4||Women: File B / Youth: Materials||1987-1989|
|413||4||Advertizing / Arrangements: Reichstag||1990|
|414||4||Arrangements: Reichstag / Calendar events||1989-1991|
|415||10||Church prayer life / Maps||1990-1991|
|416||11||Media / Press releases||1990|
|417||15||Program info / VIP: Lists, [Untitled]||1987-1992|
|419||5||Arrangements / Church meetings||1985-1991|
|420||16||Committee structure / Media||1989-1991|
|421||10||Media: Press releases / Prayer||1990-1991|
|OS31||1||Media/Public Relations report||1991|
|422||10||Program committee / Stadium: Arrangements||1987-1991|
|423||10||Stadium: File / Visitation||1989-1991|
|425||11R||Administration / Briefing (folders 425-2 through 12 restricted)||1988-1992|
|426||13R||Briefing report for Billy Graham / Churches (folders 426-1 through 13 restricted)||1991-1992|
|427||28R||Classical music / Executive committee July 10 (folders 427-1 through 28 restricted)||1991-1992|
|428||12R||Executive committee Sept 4 / General correspondence (folders 428-1 through 12 restricted)||1988-1992|
|429||15R||General info / Sam Hanchett: Lists (folders 429-1 through 15 restricted)||1991-1993|
|430||17R||Sam Hanchett: Manuscripts files / Logo (folders 430-1 through 17 restricted)||1989-1992|
|431||14R||Love in Action / Moscow Updates (folders 431-1 through 14 restricted)||1991-1992|
|432||8R||Music / Organizational committee (folders 432-1 through 8 restricted)||1991-1992|
|433||15R||Orthodox / Prayer letter (folders 433-1 through 15 restricted)||1991-1992|
|434||9R||Press / Program: Participants (folders 434-1 through 9 restricted)||1991-1992|
|435||11R||Rally / Schedules (folders 435-1 through 11 restricted)||1990-1992|
|436||15R||School of Evangelism / Team: Mikhail Morgulis (folders 436-1 through 15 restricted)||1973, 1991-1992|
|437||11R||Team: Neil Nielson / Transition in Europe and Russia (folders 437-1 through 11 restricted)||1991-1992|
|438||11R||Translation / Video (folders 438-1 through 11 restricted)||1988-1992|
|439||14R||VIP invitations / Youth School of Evangelism (folders 439-1 through 15 restricted)||1991-1993|
|439||1||Untitled (folder 439-15 restricted)||1992|
|440||8R||[Untitled] (folders 440-1 through 8 restricted)||1992|
|Pro Christ '93|
|440||9R||Background / Contacts (folders 440-9 through 17 restricted)||1989-1993|
|441||21R||Correspondence / Report (folders 441-1 through 21 restricted)||1990-1992|
|442||5R||Satellite / Video (folders 442-1 through 5 restricted)||1991-1992|
|442||1||Mission World notebook||1991|
|3. Country files, 1963-1992|
|331||12R||Argentina / China (folder 331-1 restricted)||1986-1989|
|332||11R||China: Blair's notes / Media (folder 332-7 restricted)||1986-1989|
|333||11||China: Media / France||1963, 1984-1992|
|334||21R||Germany / South Africa (folder 334-19 is restricted)||1985-1992|
|335||4||Spain / Thailand||1987-1992|
|4. International Ministry files, 1967-1995|
|325||7||Advertizing / Budget and cash flow||1987-1991|
|326||10||Cities investigated / General correspondence||1988-1990|
|327||10||General correspondence / Mission England||1983-1995|
|328||2||Organizational structure for future crusades / Spree '75||1973, 1991|
|366||1||Statistics & Walter Smyth diary||1967-1987|
|442||1||Contacts & hotels roadbook||1984|
|5. Personal correspondence; 1985-1989|
|328||4||A / D||1985-1989|
|329||7R||E / M (folder 329-3 restricted)||1985-1989|
|330||8||N / Z||1985-1989|
|3. Bob Williams: Vozrozhdeniye '95, 1994-1995|
|485||9||Affirmations / Christian Life & Witness course||1994-1995|
|486||23||CWC Satellite sessions / Stationary||1994-1995|
|487||8||Vozrozhdeniye News / Walking With Christ pamphlets||1994-1995|
(Arranged primarily in box/folder number order with individual folders identified for boxes 1 through 24 only. For a full list for boxes 1 to 536, described only at the box level, return to the Box List of the Collection 17 guide.)
|1. Walter Smyth files|
|2. Crusade files|
|1||4||New York Crusade, 1957 / Misc. Materials||1957|
|1||5||San Francisco Bay Cities Crusade, 1958 / Misc. Materials||1958|
|1||6||Charlotte Crusade, 1958 / Misc. Materials||1957|
|Australia and New Zealand Crusades, 1959|
|1||9||Wheaton Crusade, 1959 / Correspondence||1959|
|1||11||Africa Tour, 1960: Press Releases||n.d.|
|1||12||New York City Spanish-American Crusade, 1960; Answers to Questions Most Frequently Asked.|
|1||13||National Capital Crusade, 1960 - Correspondence||1959-1960|
|1||14||A Discussion of Revised Techniques in Crusade Organization And Operation||1960|
|North of England Crusade, 1961:|
|(Manchester) Crusade; 1961:|
|1||25||All Ulster Crusade, 1961 - Correspondence||1960-1961|
|1||26||Upper Midwest Crusade, 1961 - Bulletins||1961|
|1||27||Greater Philadelphia Crusade, 1961 - Correspondence||1961|
|1||28||Greater Chicago Crusade, 1961 - Correspondence||1961-1962|
|1||29||Oriental Tour, 1963 - Miscellaneous Materials||1962-1963|
|1||30||Southern California Crusade, 1963 - Accountant's Report||1964|
|1||31||Southern California Crusade, 1963 - Correspondence||1963|
|1||32||Arizona Crusade, 1964: Ministers' Meeting Packets||1964|
|1||33||San Diego County Crusade, 1964: Open House Guest Book||1964|
|1||34||Team Expense Books||1964|
|1||35||Asia-South Pacific Congress on Evangelism, 1968 - Press Releases||1968|
|1||36||Asia-South Pacific Congress on Evangelism, 1968 - Reportage||1967-1969|
|1||37||Rio Grande Crusade, 1974 - Publicity Materials||1974|
|South American Tour; 1962:|
|2||2||Correspondence No. 2||1961-1963, n.d.|
|2||4||Immigration No. 1; Misc. Materials||1961|
|2||5||Immigration No. 2||1961|
|2||6||Itinerary No. 2||1962, n.d.|
|2||7||Newspaper Clippings No. 2||1962|
|2||9||Team No. 1||1961-1962, n.d.|
|Greater Chicago Crusade, 1962:|
|2||13||Chicago Ministers Breakfast Meeting||1962|
|2||14||Church Bulletin News||1961-1962|
|2||18||Crusade News Bureau||1961-1962|
|2||19||Crusade Song Book||1962|
|2||20||Executive Committee Minutes||1958-1962|
|2||21||Finance Committee Agenda/ Reports||1961-1962, n.d.|
|2||26||Illinois Bell Telephone Co||1961|
|2||28||Inter-Office Memos||1961-1962, n.d.|
|2||31||Kit and General||1962|
|2||33||McCormick Place||1961-1962, n.d.|
|2||34||Mills, Wesley (Professional & Executive Groups Committee)||1962, n.d.|
|2||35||Newspaper Clippings||1961-1964, n.d.|
|2||39||Pre-Crusade Meeting Requests||1962|
|Seattle Rally, 1962:|
|2||45||World Fair Correspondence||1961-1962, n.d.|
|3||1||Central California Crusade, 1962: Correspondence, Lists, Bulletins||1962, n.d.|
|3||2||Central California Crusade, 1962: Finance||n.d.|
|El Paso Crusade, 1962:|
|3||3||Associates and Personnel||1962, n.d.|
|3||6||General No. 1||1961-1962, n.d.|
|3||7||General No. 2||1962, n.d.|
|Southern California Crusade, 1963:|
|3||10||Agendas and Reports||1962-1963|
|3||14||Billy Graham-Appointments||1963, n.d.|
|3||15||Billy Graham-Speaking Engagements Accepted||1963|
|3||16||Billy Graham-Speaking Engagements Refused||1963, n.d.|
|3||20||Church Bulletin News||1962|
|3||21||Church of the Open Door||1962-1963, n.d.|
|3||22||Committee Correspondence||1963-1964, n.d.|
|3||26||Counseling and Follow-Up Correspondence||1963|
|3||27||Counseling and Follow-Up Minutes||1963, n.d.|
|3||28||Counseling and Follow-Up Reports||1963, n.d.|
|3||33||Crusade Seminary Program||1963, n.d.|
|3||34||Dinner Meeting-L.A. Faculty Center USC (W & E Smyth)||1963|
|3||36||East Sunrise Service||1963, n.d.|
|3||38||Executive Committee||1962-1963, n.d.|
|3||39||Finance Reports||1962-1963, n.d.|
|3||40||General Crusade Committee||1963|
|3||43||Johnson, Edward L.||1962-1963|
|3||45||Lists-General Crusade Committee||1962|
|3||47||L. A. Memorial Coliseum||1964, n.d.|
|3||48||Los Angeles Story||1963-1965|
|3||49||Mailing Lists-Memos||1963, n.d.|
|3||55||Miscellaneous LA Chamber of Commerce directors & staff executives||1961-1963|
|3||56||News Releases||1962, n.d.|
|3||57||Newspaper Clippings||1963, n.d.|
|3||58||Nightly Program/Correspondence||1963, n.d.|
|3||60||Office Staff||1961-1963, n.d.|
|4||4||Seminary Program-Correspondence||1962-1963, n.d.|
|4||5||Seminary Program-Schedules||1963, n.d.|
|4||7||Speaking Engagements-Closed/W. Smyth||1961-1962, n.d.|
|4||8||Team and Personnel||1963, n.d.|
|Greater Birmingham Crusade||1964|
|4||12||Acknowledgment of Film Request (Consent to supply Birmingham)||1964|
|4||13||Acknowledgment of Film Request (Unable to supply Birmingham)||1964|
|4||14||Acknowledgment of Request for Seats - regrets, not furnished Birmingham||1964|
|4||16||Alabama Newspapers (Outside Birmingham)||1964|
|4||22||Birmingham Newspapers - Miscellaneous||1964|
|4||23||Birmingham Post Herald||1964|
|4||25||Car Assignment (Team) for Parking Passes||1964|
|4||27||Church Bulletin News - Vol. I, No. 1 complete mailing sent to Pastors||1964|
|4||34||Crusade News-Easter Program||1964|
|4||36||Dinner with the Arthur Cooks-Team personnel||1964|
|4||38||Executive Committee List||1964|
|4||44||Group Delegations||1964, n.d.|
|4||46||Letter to United Church Women-Mrs. McKerall||1964|
|4||47||Letter to Usher Captains;||1964|
|4||51||Memorandum re Passes||1964|
|4||55||Newspaper Clippings (Mailed to Board Members, etc.)||1964|
|4||58||Platform passes and Car passes||1964|
|4||60||Prayer Program||1964, n.d.|
|5||2||Press Data Sheet-Schedule of Events||1964|
|5||4||Press Release by Dr Graham||1964|
|5||5||Press Release for Newspapers (Goldenrod)||1964|
|5||6||Press Release for Radio or TV (Goldenrod)||1964|
|5||8||Radio Coverage, Pastor's Notice||1964|
|5||12||Team News Sheet||1964|
|Arizona Crusade, 1964:|
|5||16||Billy Graham Speaking Engagements||1963-1964|
|5||23||Newspaper Clippings||1963-1964, n.d.|
|San Diego County Crusade, 1964:|
|5||31||Billy Graham - Speaking Engagements Accepted||1964|
|5||32||Billy Graham - Speaking Engagements Pending||1962-1963|
|5||33||Billy Graham - Speaking Engagements Refused||1963-1964|
|5||34||Church Bulletin News||1964|
|5||35||Church Facilities Offered||1963|
|5||36||Committees - General||1963-1964|
|5||38||Counseling and Follow-up||1963-1964|
|5||39||Counseling and Follow-up; Materials/Reports|
|5||41||Crusade Materials - 1||1963-1964|
|5||42||Crusade Materials - 2||1964|
|5||43||Executive-Agenda and Reports||1964|
|5||45||Finance reports No. 1||1963-1964, n.d.|
|5||46||Finance reports No. 2||1963|
|5||47||Finances No. 3||1964|
|5||48||General Crusade Committee||1963-1964, n.d.|
|5||54||Invitations and Support for Proposed B. G. Crusade||1962|
|5||56||Lists-General Crusade Committee||1963-1964|
|5||57||Lists-Military Committee No. 1||1963-1964|
|5||60||Military No. 2||1963-1964|
|5||61||Ministers Retreat No. 1||1964, n.d.|
|5||62||Ministers Retreat No. 2||1964|
|5||64||Newspaper Clippings No. 1||1964|
|5||65||Newspaper Clippings No. 2||1964|
|5||66||Newspaper Clippings No. 3||1964|
|5||67||Newspaper Clippings No. 4||1963-1964|
|5||71||Pre-Crusade Speaking Engagements||1963-1964|
|6||1||Team and Guests||1964, n.d.|
|6||2||Volunteers-Talent or Testimony||1963-1964|
|Greater Omaha-Council Bluffs Crusade, 1964:|
|6||6||Crusade Materials||1964, n.d.|
|6||9||Information No. 1||1963-1964, n.d.|
|6||10||Information No. 2||1963-1964|
|Central Ohio Crusade, 1964:|
|6||21||Newspaper Clippings||1963-1966, n.d.|
|Greater Boston Crusade, 1964:|
|6||26||Committees (Executive)||1964, 1973|
|6||29||Counseling and Follow-up||1964|
|6||30||Crusade Materials||1964, n.d.|
|6||38||Radio and Television||1964|
|6||43||Kentucky Baptist Convention, 1964: General||1964-1965|
|Greater Hawaii Crusade, 1965:|
|6||50||Billy Graham-Speaking Engagements||1964-1965|
|6||52||Church Bulletin News||1964-1965|
|6||57||Correspondence (General)||1962-1965, n.d.|
|6||58||Correspondence (Team)||1963-1966, n.d.|
|6||74||Other Islands||1964-1965, n.d.|
|6||77||Radio and TV||1964|
|Alabama Tour, 1965:|
|Copenhagen Crusade, 1965:|
|7||16||Billy Graham (Special Engagement)||1965|
|7||20||Committees (Executive)||1965, n.d.|
|Greater Montgomery Crusade, 1965:|
|7||36||Billy Graham Schedule||1965|
|7||37||Billy Graham Special Engagements||1965|
|7||38||Budget and Finance||1965, n.d.|
|7||41||Crusade Information Services||1965|
|Colorado Crusade, 1965:|
|7||53||Billy Graham (Misc. Requests)||1965, n.d.|
|7||54||Billy Graham (Schedule)||1965|
|7||55||Billy Graham (Speaking Engagements)||1965|
|7||56||Church Bulletin News||1965, n.d.|
|7||59||Committees (Steering)||1962, n.d.|
|7||60||Correspondence (General)||1961-1963, n.d.|
|7||63||Crusade Information Service||1965, n.d.|
|7||70||Newspaper Clippings||1964-1965, n.d.|
|Greater Houston Crusade, 1965:|
|7||83||Billy Graham - Appointments||1965|
|7||84||Billy Graham - Misc. Requests--Courtesies, Gifts, etc.||1965, n.d.|
|7||85||Billy Graham - Schedule||1965, n.d.|
|7||86||Billy Graham - Special Engagements||1964-1965|
|7||88||Church Bulletin News||1965|
|7||90||Committees (Executive)||1965, n.d.|
|7||91||Committees (Executive) Minutes||1965|
|8||2||Correspondence (Team)||1965, n.d.|
|8||4||Counselor Training Classes||1965, n.d.|
|8||6||Crusade Information Service||1965|
|8||7||Crusade Materials No. 1||1965, 1965|
|8||8||Crusade Materials No. 2||1965|
|8||18||Newspaper Clippings||1963-1965, n.d.|
|8||28||Radio and Television||1965|
|8||32||Speaking Engagements||1965, n.d.|
|Southern Piedmont Crusade, 1966:|
|8||40||Billy Graham Schedule||1966|
|8||41||Billy Graham (Speaking Engagements)||1965-1966|
|8||46||Correspondence (Team)||1965-1966, n.d.|
|8||47||Crusade Bulletin||1965-1966, n.d.|
|8||48||Crusade Information Service||1966|
|Greater London Crusade|
|8||63||Arrivals and Departures||1966|
|9||1||Billy Graham - Actual Schedule||1966-1967|
|9||2||Billy Graham - Appointments||1964-1966, n.d.|
|9||3||Billy Graham - Articles (Requests)||1964-1966, n.d.|
|9||4||Billy Graham - London Schedule (BBC)||1966|
|9||5||Billy Graham Messages||1966|
|9||6||Billy Graham (Misc. Requests)||1965-1966|
|9||7||Billy Graham (Radio and TV)||1964-1966|
|9||8||Billy Graham (Schedules)||1965-1966, n.d.|
|9||9||Billy Graham Special Engagements (Complete)||1966|
|9||10||Billy Graham Special Engagements (Declined)||1966|
|9||11||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1964-1965|
|9||12||Billy Graham Special Engagements (Master Copies)||1966|
|9||13||Billy Graham (Special Engagements-1966)||1966|
|9||14||Billy Graham Special Engagements (Pending)||1965-1966|
|9||15||Billy Graham Special Engagements (Schools)||1965-1966|
|9||17||Church Bulletin News||1965-1966, n.d.|
|9||18||Church Bulletins and Brochures||1964-1966|
|9||20||Committees (Administrative) "Action"||1966|
|9||21||Committees (Arrangements) "Special Purposes"||1966|
|9||22||Committees (Council of Reference)||1964-1965|
|9||23||Committees (Counseling and Follow-up)||1966, n.d.|
|9||24||Committees (Evangelism)||1964, n.d.|
|9||25||Committees (Executive)||1965-1966, n.d.|
|9||26||Committees (Executive) Minutes||1964-1966|
|9||27||Committees (Executive) National||1967|
|9||28||Committees (Films)||1964-1966, n.d.|
|9||29||Committees (Finance)||1966, n.d.|
|9||30||Committees (Finance) Minutes and Agenda||1964-1966|
|9||31||Committees (Finance) Reports and Statements||1965-1966, n.d.|
|9||32||Committees (Group Delegations)||1964-1966|
|9||33||Committees (Misc.)||1965-1966, n.d.|
|9||34||Committees (Music)||1965, n.d.|
|9||35||Committees (Music); Misc.||1966, n.d.|
|9||38||Committees (Prayer); Minutes and Agenda||1965-1966|
|9||39||Committees (Public Relations and Publicity) Minutes and Agenda||1964-1967|
|9||40||Committees (Publicity) Public Relations||1964|
|9||41||Committees (Spiritual Prep.)||1964-1965, n.d.|
|9||42||Committees-Ushers (Stewards)||1966, n.d.|
|9||44||Committees (Youth)||1965-1966, n.d.|
|9||45||Correspondence (Committees)||1963-1966, n.d.|
|9||46||Correspondence (General)||1963-1967, n.d.|
|9||47||Correspondence (Team)||1965-1966, n.d.|
|9||48||Correspondence and Reports||1966, n.d.|
|9||50||Counseling and Follow-up Relays||1966, n.d.|
|9||51||Crusade Bulletin||1965-1966, n.d.|
|10||3||Films-Minutes and Agenda||1964-1966|
|10||10||Groups - Special||1966, n.d.|
|10||11||Hotels (Carlton)||1964, n.d.|
|10||12||Hotels (Kensington Palace)||1965-1966|
|10||14||Hotels (Royal Garden)||1965|
|10||15||Hour of Decision||1964|
|10||22||London - Controversial||1965-1966, n.d.|
|10||23||London - East End||1964-1965|
|10||27||Ministers Meeting||1965-1966, n.d.|
|10||28||Minutes and Agenda||1965-1967|
|10||30||News Releases||1965-1966, n.d.|
|10||32||Newspapers and Magazines||1964-1966, n.d.|
|10||33||Nightly Meetings||1966, n.d.|
|10||34||Office Space and Staff||1964-1966|
|10||37||Personnel (Guests)||1965, n.d.|
|10||43||Public Relations||1964-1966, n.d.|
|10||47||Radio and TV||1965-1966|
|10||48||Referrals (John Wesley White)||1966|
|10||51||Roman Catholic;||1966, n.d.|
|10||54||Share Partners||1965-1966, n.d.|
|10||56||Speaking Engagements (Joe B.)||1964-1966, n.d.|
|10||57||Speaking Engagements||1964-1966, n.d.|
|10||58||Speaking Engagements (Leighton Ford)||1964-1966|
|10||59||Special Engagements (Musical Team)||1965-1966, n.d.|
|10||60||Special Engagements - Outlying Areas||1965|
|10||61||Special Engagements - Outlying Areas||1964-1966|
|11||1||Stadiums-Earls Court, Wembley||1965-1966, n.d.|
|11||5||Team, On Arrival||1966|
|Berlin Crusade, 1966:|
|11||11||Billy Graham (Schedule)||1966|
|11||12||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1965-1966|
|11||14||Controversial (folder empty]||n.a.|
|11||15||Counseling and Follow-up||1966|
|11||20||Office Employees||1966, n.d.|
|World Congress on Evangelism, 1966:|
|11||33||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1966|
|Puerto Rico Crusade, 1967:|
|11||54||Billy Graham (Appointments)||1967|
|11||55||Billy Graham (Schedule)||1967|
|11||56||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1965-1967|
|11||60||Committees (Music)||1967, n.d.|
|11||63||Crusade Information Service||1967|
|All Britain Crusade, 1967:|
|12||6||Billy Graham and Team Schedules||1967|
|12||7R||Billy Graham (Appointments)||1967|
|12||8||Billy Graham (Misc. Requests)||1967|
|12||9||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1966-1967|
|12||10||Church Bulletin News (Crusade News Digest)||1966-1967|
|12||11||Closed Circuit Television||1964-1967, n.d.|
|12||12||Committees (Counseling and Follow-up)||1966-1967|
|12||13||Committees (Executive and Exec. Correspondence.)||1967, n.d.|
|12||14||Committees (Executive - Minutes)||1966-1967, n.d.|
|12||19||Committees (National - Minutes)||1967|
|12||26||Correspondence (General)||1966-1967, n.d.|
|12||44||Speaking Engagements||1966-1967, n.d.|
|12||45||Special Engagements (Outlying)||1966-1967|
|Heart of America Crusade, 1967:|
|12||52||Billy Graham (Appointments)||1967|
|12||53||Billy Graham (Miscellaneous Requests)||1967|
|12||54||Billy Graham (Schedule)||1967|
|12||55||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1967|
|12||56||Billy Graham (Special Engagements) Pending||1967|
|12||58||Church Bulletin News||1967|
|12||61||Committees (Counseling and Follow-up Correspondence)||1967|
|12||62||Committees (Executive)||1966, n.d.|
|12||64||Committees (General Adv.)||1967|
|12||68||Correspondence (Team)||1962-1967, n.d.|
|12||72||Executive Committee (Minutes)||1967|
|12||80||Invitation No. 1||1962|
|12||81||Invitation No. 2||1962|
|13||1||Invitation No. 3||1962|
|13||3||Mailing Lists||1966-1967, n.d.|
|13||6||News Bureau||1964-1967, n.d.|
|13||10||Personnel (Guests)||1967, n.d.|
|13||12||R. L. Decker||1962-1967|
|13||17||Seminar (Basic Concept)||1967|
|13||19||Speaking Engagements||1964-1967, n.d.|
|13||20||Special Engagement (Outlying Areas)||1966-1967, n.d.|
|Pacific Northwest Crusade, 1968:|
|13||28||Billy Graham (Appointments)||1965-1968, n.d.|
|13||29||Billy Graham (Articles and Statements Requested)||1964|
|13||30||Billy Graham (Miscellaneous Requests)||1967|
|13||31||Billy Graham (Schedule)||1965-1968|
|13||32||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1964-1968|
|13||37||Committee (Executive Lists)||1967-1968, n.d.|
|13||38||Committee (Exploratory)||1964-1967, n.d.|
|13||41||Committees (Finance Reports)||1967-1968|
|13||42||Committees (Finance Statements)||1967-1968|
|13||58||Paul Petticord||1964-1967, n.d.|
|13||61||Radio and TV (CCTV)||1968|
|13||62||Radio and TV||1968|
|13||66||Special Engagements (Outlying)||1967|
|San Antonio Crusade, 1968:|
|14||8||Billy Graham (Schedule)||1968|
|14||9||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1968|
|14||11||Committees (Counsel)||1968, n.d.|
|14||13||Committees (Executive - Minutes)||1968|
|14||14||Committees (Finance)||1968-1969, n.d.|
|14||15||Committees (Finance Reports)||1968|
|14||16||Committees (Financial Statements)||1968|
|14||19||Committees (Music)||1967-1968, nd.|
|14||24||Crusade Bulletin (Church)||1968|
|14||25||Crusade Bulletin||1968, n.d.|
|14||26||Crusade Materials||1968, n.d.|
|14||46||Radio and TV||1968|
|14||49||Special Engagements (Music Team)||1968|
|Pittsburgh Area Crusade, 1968:|
|14||58||Billy Graham (Appointments)||1968|
|14||59||Billy Graham (Articles Requested)||1967|
|14||60||Billy Graham (Schedule)||1968|
|14||61||Billy Graham (Special Engagements)||1968|
|14||62||Committee (Counseling and Follow-up)||1968, n.d.|
|14||64||Committee (Finance Reports)||1966|
|14||65||Committee (Finance Statements)||1968|
|14||68||Crusade Bulletin (Ministers)||1968|
|14||69||Crusade Materials||1968, n.d.|
|14||87||Radio and TV||1967-1968|
|14||92||Special Engagements (Music Team)||1968|
|3. Crusade invitations|
|16||1||Southeastern Michigan Crusade||1972|
|16||2||Southeastern Michigan Crusade||1972|
|17||1||Southeastern Michigan Crusade||1972|
|17||2||Southeastern Michigan Crusade||1971-1972|
|18||1||Southeastern Michigan Crusade||1972|
|18||2||Southeastern Michigan Crusade||1972|
|19||1||Greater Mississippi Crusade||1972|
|19||2||Greater Rocky Mountain Region Billy Graham Crusade||n.d.|
|19||3||Greater Rocky Mountain Region Billy Graham Crusade||n.d.|
|20||1||Greater Rocky Mountain Region Billy Graham Crusade||1972-1973, n.d.|
|21||2||Greater Mississippi Crusade||1974|
|22||1||Pacific Northwest Crusade||1974|
|22||2||Greater San Diego Crusade||1975|
|23||1||Evangelism Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio||1974-1975|
|24||1||Greater Rocky Mountain Region Crusade||1974|
|Crusade Printing Samples:|
|24||2||Billy Graham Hawaii Crusade||1965|
|24||3||Billy Graham Greater Houston Crusade||1965|
|24||6||Northern California Billy Graham Crusade||1971|
|24||7||Pacific Northwest Crusade||1968|
|24||8||San Diego County Crusade||1964|
|2. North American Ministries|
|2. Sterling Huston files|
|2. Miscellaneous administrative files; 1950-1966|
|Billy Graham Evangelistic Film Ministry, Inc.|