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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Biography of Herbert John Taylor

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)

    A. Personal Correspondence
    B. Rotary International
    C. Club Aluminum
    D. Christian Workers Foundation
    E. Chicago Evangelism Institute
    F. Child Evangelistic Fellowship
    G. Fuller Theological Seminary
    H. Billy Graham Crusades
    I. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship
    J. Key 73
    K. National Association of Evangelicals
    L. World Teenager Scholarship Fund
    M. Young Life
    N. Youth for Christ
    O. General
Lists of Artifacts, Audio Tapes, Films, Negatives, Oversize Materials, Photographs in This Collection (Location Records)
    Artifacts
    Audio Tapes
    Films
    Negatives
    Oversize Materials
    Phonograph Records
    Photographs

List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection
    A. Personal Correspondence
    B. Rotary International
    C. Club Aluminum
    D. Christian Workers Foundation
    E. Chicago Evangelism Institute
    F. Child Evangelistic Fellowship
    G. Fuller Theological Seminary
    H. Billy Graham Crusades
    I. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship
    J. Key 73
    K. National Association of Evangelicals
    L. World Teenager Scholarship Fund
    M. Young Life
    N. Youth for Christ
    O. General

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Correspondence, photographs, reports, publications, posters, minutes of meetings, and other documentation of Taylor's long involvement in the leadership of such organizations as Child Evangelism, Youth for Christ, Christian Service Brigade, Pioneer Girls, Young Life, National Association of Evangelicals, Fuller Seminary, Christian Workers Foundation, and Inter-Varsity as well as his role in the planning and development of Billy Graham's Chicago crusades and of Key 73. Other records deal with his business career, his deep involvement in Rotary (of which he was International President), his wartime service on the Price Adjustment Board, and his interest in Chicago civic affairs. Several files deal with the development of evangelical Protestant use of radio and television.



Collection 20

[November 28, 2012]

Taylor, Herbert John; 1893-1978

Papers: 1916-1979; n.d.

88 Boxes, Artifacts Audio Tapes, Films, Negatives, Oversize Materials, Photographs

Restrictions

Folder 36-5 is closed during the lifetime of Rev. Billy Graham


Biography

Herbert John Taylor (1893-1978), business executive, civic leader, and sponsor of numerous Christian organizations, was born in Pickford, Michigan, on April 18, 1893. Educated at Northwestern University (Chicago), Taylor began his business career as a salesman in Oklahoma. In 1917, when the United States entered World War I, Taylor was already in France, working with the YMCA. He enlisted in the navy and spent most of his tour at the naval base in Brest, in charge of distributing food and clothing to American naval forces in French waters. Immediately after the war, he returned to the YMCA briefly as regional director at Brest in charge of the morale of the homeward bound troops. In 1924 he returned to Chicago and in nine years advanced from home office manager to executive vice president of the Jewel Tea Company. But in 1933 Taylor resigned from Jewel to become president of Club Aluminum Products, a company he salvaged from near bankruptcy and converted to a multi-million dollar operation. He designed the Four-Way Test at this time to serve as a guide for the conduct of the Club Aluminum personnel.

Taylor and his wife, the former Gloria Forbrich, founded the Christian Workers Foundation (CWF) in 1939 and he served as board chairman. Through CWF Taylor helped found and train leaders for a number of evangelical Christian organizations. He was particularly interested in youth work. He served on the boards of several such institutions as: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (U.S.A.), Youth for Christ, Young Life, Fuller Seminary, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Christian Service Brigade, Pioneer Girls, and the Greater Chicago Billy Graham Crusades. This, of course, is only a representative sampling of Taylor's affiliations with Christian groups.

His civic activities included vice-chairmanship of the Price Adjustment Board of the War Department during World War II; the presidency of Rotary International, 1954-55; directorship positions for the First National Bank of Barrington (Illinois) and the Chicago Federal Savings and Loan Association; and membership on the Board of Governors of the Illinois Crippled Children Society, 1941-42. Taylor also authored "The Four Way Test;" "The Ten Marks of a Good Citizen;" "The Twelve Marks of a True Christian;" and God Has A Plan For You. A Methodist, he and his wife had two daughters, Gloria Beverly and Romona Estellene. He lived in Park Ridge, Illinois. Herbert Taylor died in 1978.


[Note: In the Scope and Content description, the notation "folder 2-5" means box 2, folder 5.]

Scope and Content

The Herbert J. Taylor papers are divided into several subsections in order to conform to the condition of the records when they were donated to the Graham Center Archives. At that time the files were divided into the subsections described below. According to Mrs. Betty Wells, secretary of the Christian Workers Foundation, the files had been arranged and rearranged many times over the years so that the original order had been lost. At some point, the staff of the Foundation had separated out from the records of the Foundation and placed in separate boxes the papers dealing with the following organizations: Chicago Evangelistic Institute, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Fuller Theological Seminary, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Key 73, the National Association of Evangelicals, the World Teenage Scholarship Foundation, Young Life Campaign, and Youth for Christ. In addition, other boxes contained records of Rotary International, Club Aluminum Corporation, and some personal correspondence. Yet in the files of the Christian Workers Foundation, there remained folders concerning all of these organizations. In organizing this collection, all the material related to each organization has been gathered together into each subsection in as far as it was possible. In each of the descriptions of the subsections which follow, there is contained a brief history of the organization, a description of Taylor's participation and an indication of the types of information contained in the files.

A. Personal Correspondence (Boxes 1-2)

These two boxes of personal correspondence of Herbert J. Taylor bring together most of his lifetime activities, including involvement in the Methodist Church, Foundation for Evangelism, Christian Workers Foundation, Rotary International, and Northwestern University, to name a few. One large section of correspondence deals with the Methodist Church's national lay evangelism concept in the early 1960's called "The Twelve." Another major portion of the files includes correspondence about Taylor's book, God Has A Plan For You (Revell), published in the late 1960's. Two items of particular significance are a booklet detailing the history of the National Religious Broadcasters (in folder 1-2) and a test issue of the magazine Alive! The files are arranged alphabetically and in instances of folders with the same title, they are arranged chronologically.

B. Rotary International (Boxes 3-5)

The first Rotary Club of Rotary International was organized in Chicago, Illinois, on February 23, 1905, by Paul P. Harris, a lawyer. The organization was planned as a world fellowship of professional and business executives dedicated to an "Ideal of Service." The name Rotary came from the practice of meeting in rotation at the places of business of members. Rotarian membership was open to only one representative of a recognized business or profession in the community. This guideline was severely criticized as exclusionary. Rotary avoided religious and political matters, but encouraged members to maintain personal worship practices and good citizenship. The organization has fostered member participation in civic and community work. Herbert J. Taylor's Rotary involvement began with his days as a salesman in Oklahoma. He continued his association with the organization when he moved to Chicago. He served Rotary in various leadership capacities including the international presidency in 1954-55--Rotary's Golden Anniversary. During the anniversary year, Taylor traveled over 50,000 miles speaking to Rotarians in the United States and around the world. He was author of the "Four-Way Test" used in Rotary literature.

Folders in the three boxes of Rotary papers are arranged alphabetically, with Rotary publications arranged chronologically at the end. Correspondence makes up most of the Rotary records. Most of it deals with Rotary matters, letters of request for Taylor's "Four Way Test" and "Ten Marks of a Good Citizen," and letters indicating Taylor's willingness to speak at meetings. A note of special interest is a letter congratulating Taylor for receiving the Chevalier de l'Ordre de Leopold from the Consul of the Belgian government.

There also are meeting minutes and financial and committee reports. Several folders deal with the Rotary Foundation, which made grants to projects designed to promote international friendship. The Foundation gave relief to "distressed Rotarians," such as those behind the Iron Curtain. Additional Rotary files are located among those of the Christian Workers Foundation and of Taylor's personal correspondence.

C. Club Aluminum Products Corporation (Boxes 6-10)

This relatively small group of papers documents the career of this successful Christian businessman. In the late 1920's, Jewel Tea Company, Inc., and Club Aluminum Utensil Company made a three year contract whereby Jewel, assuming no financial responsibility, was to oversee the executive management of Club and one of Jewel's own vice presidents, Herbert Taylor, was appointed Club's president.

In 1933, Taylor resigned from Jewel to try and save Club, now over $400,000 in debt. In just a few years, the debt was paid with interest, and Club was on its way to becoming a multimillion-dollar operation. These records provide an excellent study of corporate growth and management. There is material on board actions, profit/loss statements, new product research, acquisitions, mergers, and advertising and sales promotion. There is an interesting segment of correspondence from a stockholder-director who was dissatisfied with Taylor's management. There is a sizeable folder of requests for Taylor's "Four Way Test," a standard of conduct he applied to Club's operations. And there is information on Club's ABC radio hymn program, Club Time, complete with Hooper and Nielson ratings and listener letters. George Beverly Shea was usually the featured solist on the fifteen minute program. He and the choir would sing hymns, including the favorite hymn of a famous person, and Beverly or Romona Taylor would read a Bible passage. The collection also has a few dozen recordings of the program on radio transcription disks. The files are arranged first by these categories: Correspondence, Financial, Board of Directors, and Sales Promotion. Within the correspondence category, the files are arranged alphabetically. Files within that category which have the same title are arranged chronologically. Files in the remaining categories are arranged chronologically. There also is Club Aluminum material in the personal correspondence file of Taylor and the Christian Workers Foundation files.

D. Christian Workers Foundation (Boxes 11-28, 82-87)

The Christian Workers Foundation (CWF) was founded by Herbert Taylor, his wife, Gloria, and their attorney, Lyle Smith, in 1939. The capital to run the foundation came from Club Aluminum stock which the Taylors had donated. Its primary purpose was to help organizations dedicated to evangelism among, and the Christian instruction of, children and young adults, but it also has been of aid to dozens of other evangelical organizations, such as the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), home missions, foreign missions, individual Christian workers, publications, and general evangelistic work. Also working out of the same offices was the Four Way Test Association which promoted the use of the four point guide Taylor had developed as a guide for personal conduct. The four points were: 1. "Is it the truth?"; 2. "Is it fair to all concerned?"; 3. "Will it build goodwill and better friendships?"; and 4. "Will it be beneficial to all concerned?" Some of the correspondence is written by Taylor's co-workers at the Foundation, such as Kenneth Hansen and Larry Kendrick. Robert Walker was an especially close associate for many years. In 1977, the CWF was recognized as a private family foundation.

Because of Taylor's participation in and correspondence with dozens of evangelical leaders and organizations over a period of more than thirty-five years (1939-1976), the files of the Christian Workers Foundation (CWF) are a very rich collection of source material on the evangelical church, especially on the development of wealthy and powerful nondenominational organizations. A list of the organizations and people with whom the CWF had an extensive or significant correspondence is contained in the cross reference section of this finding aid. The files are arranged roughly chronologically according to year (1940-41, 1942-43, etc.) and then alphabetically according to folder title. In most folders which contain correspondence from more than one person or organization, the material in the folder is arranged chronologically.

Most of this correspondence deals with Taylor's involvement in Christian evangelism and missions but there is a great deal of incidental information on political and social life in the United States from before World War II to after the Vietnam conflict. For example, many correspondents express fear over what they see as the growing power of the federal government in all walks of life. There is also information in Robert Walker's 1940's correspondence on the foundation of the American Counsel on Public Relations and letters relating to Taylor's service during World War II on the Price Adjustment Board and Robert Walker's work on the Chicago Writer's Group, a branch of the Office of Civilian Defense concerned with morale. Similarly, a great deal of incidental information on societies in other parts of the world is contained in the numerous letters from missionaries and mission boards.

Most of the material, however, is directly concerned with evangelism, such as his correspondence with evangelists like Ford Philpot or evangelistic organizations such as Open Air Campaigners or the representatives of evangelistic campaigns such as Expo '72. From 1942, when he helped plan and fund a Charles Finney Centennial program (folder 11-14), to 1976, when he received numerous newsletters from young Campus Crusade for Christ workers he was helping to support, evangelistic strategy, tactics, priorities, obstacles, and possibilities are a major theme of these letters, reports, sermons, meeting minutes, and photographs.

Taylor's involvement with missions activity is similarly documented, especially his correspondence with individual missionaries, such as Bertha Veneberg, who wrote many long letters describing her work in Mexico. Through the newsletters, letters, reports of meetings, press clippings, etc., it is possible to trace the beginning and expansion of many important mission boards, especially nondenominational ones, such as Greater European Missions (GEM) which grew out of the European Bible Institute. Once again, Taylor's files are often concerned with strategy and tactics and how the international situation would affect missions. Folder 11-6 contains some information about the sinking of the Egyptian freighter Zamzam in May 1941 by a German war vessel. The ship was carrying many missionaries, including George and Marguerite Belknap, who received support from the CWF.

A third major interest was education, especially higher education. Taylor supported dozens of institutions from the American Institute of Holy Land Studies to the Winnipeg Bible College, and served on the board of trustees of most of them. Much of the files concerning these organizations consists of requests for financial support. Also documented is Taylor's efforts to make sure that education is informed by a Christian viewpoint. There is also a great deal of material relating to Child Evangelism Fellowship, the National Association of Evangelicals, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Young Life, Rotary, and Club Aluminum in addition to the material on these organizations in other sections of this collection.

Boxes 82 through 85 contain correspondence, brochures, annual reports, budget reports, etc. concerning the Christian Service Brigade (CSB). These materials date from 1941 to 1974. Correspondents include the general secretaries of the CSB, Joseph Coughlin (folders 82-1, 3), Werner Graendorf (folders 82-7 to 83-7), Joseph Bubar (folders 83-1 to 84-5), and Donald Swan (folders 84-6 to 84-8). Letters are also addressed to people serving on the board of directors, such as Kenneth Hansen (in most folders from 82-1 to 85-3), Robert C. Van Kampen (folder 84-10, for example), and various regional directors, etc. Most of the folders in this series also contain the Board of Directors Annual Reports and many have budget statements and lists of board members and staff members.

Various articles written by people associated with the CSB include "A Statement Concerning the Christian Service Brigade" (folder 82-3), "Everybody Loves a Baby" by V. Raymond Edman (folder 83-1) and "Brigade Direction" by Dan Jesson (folder 84-7). Throughout boxes 83 to 85 are copies of various newsletters published by the CSB, such as Brigade in Action, Christian Service Brigade Challenger, The Brigade Leader, Vanguard Frontier, Explorer, The Western Breeze, Yankee Yodel, Hi Captain, etc. Mimeographed leadership materials include "Organizational Structure" (folder 83-11), "A Boys' Work Ministry--World Wide" (folder 83-12); "Statement of Missions Policy and Practice of Christian Service Brigade," "New Church Contact Procedures Christian Service Brigade," and "Financial Principles and Policies of Christian Service Brigade" (folder 84-4);

"A Key Effective to Christian Boys' Work Worldwide" (folder 84-5); "Guidelines for Selection of New General Director" (folder 84-7); "Basic Strategy for Christian Service Brigade in 1971" (folder 84-8); "Proposed Amendments to the Christian Service Brigade Constitution" (folder 85-2), "The Straight Facts on Starting a Battalion of Christian Service Brigade" and "Five Steps to Area Building" (folder 85-4).

Newspaper and magazine clippings in the files include "The Kids Aren't to Blame," This Week, undated (folder 83-1); "Backwoods," Moody Monthly, June 1964 (folder 84-4); and "Billy Graham pro-Rome--Irish Rebel," Chicago Daily News, September 4, 1970 (folder 84-7). Reports on the building of the Northwoods Leadership Training Center in northern Michigan may be found in folders 84-6 and 84-7. In 1971, a study was made of the city of Newark and the needs of urban churches and the "Newark Project" was undertaken (folders 84-8 and 85-1).

Boxes 86 and 87 contain correspondence, form letters, newsletters, brochures, and other materials having to do with Pioneer Girls. Included is correspondence with Pioneer Girls leaders Judith Carlson, Elizabeth C. Montague (see especially folder 86-8), Virginia Patterson, Rebecca Price, Lois Thiessen, and Louise Troup. Printed materials include newsletters such as Waggin' Tongue and Trails (see folders 87-1 to 87-9). Form letters were mimeographed and sent to group leaders, board members, and supporters. The Evangelical Beacon published "The Story of Pioneer Girls" in its August 1944 issue (folder 86-1). A program of "Trails from the Unknown," a get-together held in Moody Church, may be found in folder 84-1. A leadership training center built in northern Michigan, North Star Center Camp, and information about it may be found in folder 86-12. Some of the folder titles in the Pioneer Girls' materials were provided by the Archivist.

Box 88 has correspondence with General Secretary Larry Kendrick (folder 88-1) and an Office Procedures Survey taken in 1972 (folder 88-2).

E. Chicago Evangelistic Institute (Box 28)

The Chicago Evangelistic Institute (CEI) was founded in 1910 by Iva Durham Vennard, D.D. An interdenominational, co-educational school, CEI offered training in Bible, music, speech, evangelism, and missions. A special emphasis was placed on practical field training. Students could complete high school degrees, receive the equivalent of a junior college education, earn a bachelors degree or a masters degree in either theology or sacred literature. (The former was discontinued in 1940.) Dr. Vennard died in 1945 and Harry E. Jessop succeeded her as president. Herbert J. Taylor was elected to the school's Board of Trustees in 1938. He resigned from the board in 1949 because he could no longer subscribe to the institution's statement of faith. The records conclude in 1949 with a call for a special directors meeting to change the by-laws so that the school would meet accreditation standards.

These files cover a sixteen year span from 1933 to 1949. The records stop abruptly, and a complete story of CEI is not available. Correspondence from the school's president to donors and specifically to Taylor make up most of the record. Interspersed with the correspondence are financial reports. Much of the communication is a plea for funds. There are also a number of pamphlets and brochures about the school, many of them designed to raise money. Of special note are reports of student practical Christian work complete with photos. Taylor's letters regarding his disagreement with the amended statement also are of interest.

F. Child Evangelism Fellowship, Inc. (Boxes 29-31)

Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) International, a world-wide organization dedicated to evangelizing children for Christ, was founded by J. Irvin Overholtzer. He formed the National Child Evangelism Committee at the Bible Institute of Los Angeles on November 1, 1935. The organization was incorporated in Illinois in May, 1937. CEF organization had local, state, national, and international levels. The work was carried out by full-time personnel and an international network of volunteers. A board of trustees oversaw the program. Local Good News Clubs (home Bible classes) conducted by volunteers were the primary ministry. On foreign fields (workers were sent to foreign countries in 1943), national headquarters were established, literature was written in the national language, and nationals were recruited and trained to make the program indigenous. Child Evangelism magazine, started in 1942, offered feature articles, sections for parents and children, flannel graph materials, and CEF news. The CEF Institute was established to supplement the academic training of prospective CEF workers. Three sessions were conducted each year at the organization's school on Wolf Lake near Muskegan, Michigan. Since 1935, the directors of national and international CEF were: National, Franklin F. Ellis, and J. Frank R. Mann, and International, J. Irwin Overholtzer, Franklin F. Ellis, and Jacob DeBruin, Jr.

Herbert J. Taylor was involved with the organization of CEF from the beginning. In fact, his autobiography indicates that he gave the organizational impetus for CEF. He was president of both the national and international boards for many years. These records are dated from November 1939 to February 1973. They are arranged alphabetically by subject matter. The bulk of the material is correspondence between CEF directors at the international, national, and state levels. It should be noted that some of the letters in the national and international files are interfiled, so some of the files are labeled imprecisely. There also is a large segment of correspondence by and to Taylor.

There are copies of Child Evangelism magazine as well as a sampling of CEF newsletters such as Helper, Informer, State' Director, and Local Director. Specific notes of correspondence include considerable communication about "Joy Cottage" in Chicago, a home and sanitorium where CEF work took place. Some correspondence refers to CEF organizational problems in 1962; the question of selling CEF materials to Seventh Day Adventists; concern over Herbert Taylor's participation in the Chicago Crusade of Billy Graham because of Graham's "liberal leanings;" and Dr. Bob Jones' warning of controversial teachings of a national CEF leader. There is a large segment of annual reports detailing the activities and finances of the national and international branches. And there are the records for the CEF Training Institute and blueprints and plans for the Christian Camps Foundation of CEF.

Of special note are a sample proclamation for Child Evangelism week in 1957 and a copy of a resolution read into the Congressional Record for C. E. Week from 1961, and a file called "Sources of Contributions" which contains a clipping which quotes a letter from J. Edgar Hoover to a friend in which Hoover answers the questions, "Should I force my child to go to Sunday School?"

G. Fuller Theological Seminary (Boxes 32-34)

Fuller Theological Seminary of Pasadena, California, was founded by the well-known radio evangelist, Dr. Charles E. Fuller. He was concerned by the rarity of evangelical orthodox seminaries for the training of Christian leaders, who should be strong in both faith and scholarship. In May of 1947, he met with his friend, Dr. Harold J. Ockenga, and four evangelical scholars in Chicago and out of this meeting came the plans for Fuller Seminary. The school was named after Henry Fuller, Charles' father, and funds for the institution came from the Henry Fuller estate. The first classes were held in October 1947.

Herbert J. Taylor had been a supporter of Fuller's "Old Fashioned Revival Hour" radio program for years and had worked with him on many projects. Taylor was on the first board of trustees and continued to serve on it. He was vice president of the board from 1948 to 1958. This was another indication of his interest in education, as was his serving on the boards of Sterling College in Kansas, Cottey College in Missouri, and the American Institute of Holy Land Studies. Taylor was an active participant in fund raising programs for the seminary, especially in the mid and late '60's.

These records, which go from the mid-1940's to the mid-1970's, document the growth of the Seminary and the ways it adapted to the needs and demands of its various constituencies--trustees, faculty, students, alumni, the wider scholarly community, and the general evangelical public. The minutes of board of trustees meetings and the materials from those meetings as well as correspondence with Charles Fuller, first president Harold Ockenga and succeeding presidents Edward Carnell and David Hubbard, deal with some of these changes, such as the addition of the School of World Mission and Institute of Church Growth, the School of Psychology (both of which were added in the 1960's), the aborted plan for a summer school to be held jointly with the Winona Lake (Indiana) School of Theology (there is also a separate file on this), the gradual creation of a campus, the expansion of the faculty and fund raising programs. Also dealt with in these records are the problems of selecting a chief administrative office (information on this is also in the C. Davis Weyerhauser file), the growing conflict over the position of the Fuller faculty on biblical inerrancy, and the process of acquiring accreditation, which the Seminary did in 1957.

Correspondence with Larry Bun (Associate Director of Public Affairs), Richard Curley (Business Manager), Charles Ferguson (Director of Public Affairs and Development), Harold Lindsell (Dean of Faculty and later Vice President), and R. Donald Weber (Assistant to the President and later Director of Public Relations and Development) are concerned mostly with fund raising and the distribution of information about the Seminary. Taylor helped some students financially, as is reflected in his correspondence with Nick Andonov, W. D. Blackwelder, and others.

The correspondence files of Charles Fuller also detailed his evangelistic work around the world, as did the evangelist's newsletter, Heart To Heart Talk. Fund raising plans, materials, and yearly financial statements detail the fiscal side of the Seminary's life. The two publication folders contain catalogs, bulletins, pamphlets, programs, etc., issued by Fuller over the years. These files are arranged alphabetically according to folder title.

H. Billy Graham Crusades (Boxes 35-59)

William Franklin Graham, better known as Billy, had been a preacher well known to evangelicals for about five years when he entered the national prominence he never left with his 1949 Los Angeles revival campaign. The next year he incorporated his organization in order that finances could be handled in a scandal free fashion and formed the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA). By 1962, the BGEA was broadcasting a weekly radio program known as "The Hour of Decision," publishing a monthly tabloid--Decision, filming motion pictures, arranging crusades for Graham and his associates internationally, and rendering miscellaneous aid to such varied evangelical enterprises as the journal Christianity Today and the Navigators. Besides Graham, prominent members of the BGEA were his wife, Ruth; song leader and President of World Wide Pictures (the BGEA's film subsidiary), Cliff Barrows; solo vocalist, George Beverly Shea; pianist and composer, Tedd Smith; business manager, George Wilson; director of crusade organization, Walter Smyth; special assistant to Graham Robert Ferm; Decision editor, Sherwood Wirt; director of counseling, Charles Riggs; and associate evangelists Leighton Ford, T. W. Wilson, Grady Wilson, Joe Blinco, Howard Jones, and John Wesley White.

Taylor had known Graham before 1949. They apparently had met when Graham's ministry was based in Chicago in the mid-1940's. At that time the minister had been pastor in the Chicago suburb of Western Springs, spoke on a local radio program, Songs In The Night, and a little later became an executive of Youth for Christ which was headquartered in Chicago. Later, when Graham went to Minneapolis to become president of Northwestern Schools, they stayed in contact, as correspondence in the Christian Workers Foundation segment of the collection attests. Taylor also knew other members of the BGEA, such as George Beverly Shea, who, before he sang at Graham crusades, was a featured vocalist on Club Time, a program sponsored by the company Taylor headed, Club Aluminum. Correspondence in the Club Aluminum and in the Christian Workers' Foundation segments of this collection illustrate the friendship between these two men.

Taylor led a committee which, after years of persuasion, overcame Graham's reluctance and convinced the evangelist that he should hold a crusade in Chicago. The Greater Chicago Crusade, of which Taylor was the chairman, was held May 30-June 17, 1962. Members of the executive committee continued to be active in follow-up work after the crusade. The Chicago-Northwest Area Crusade was held May 31-June 7, 1964, in which Joe H. Blinco led most of the meetings but Graham closed the final one. The committee also arranged for the Chicago area showing of BGEA films in 1965 and 1966 and arranged a premiere for pastors of His Land, another BGEA film, in 1970. Also in 1970, the committee participated in black evangelist Tom Skinner's Chicago crusade (27-69, 36-64). In 1971, another major Graham crusade was held in Chicago from June 3-13. Taylor served as honorary chairman of these meetings. The executive committee again continued its activities after the crusade and in December 1973 informed supporters that it was incorporating as the Greater Chicago Evangelistic Association (GCEA). Besides Taylor, his associate Robert Walker and staff of the Christian Workers Foundation were deeply involved in the work of the Graham Crusade and the other activities of the BGEA. The Graham crusade files in this collection show in detail how a Graham crusade is organized from the first invitation to the last audit report. Light is also thrown on other activities of the BGEA and on evangelistic work in Chicago.

The filing in the folders, as in other sections of the collection, has in some cases been rather haphazard. Thus executive committee minutes, for example, may be found in many other folders besides those marked "Minutes--Executive Committee". However, as much as possible, the archival processors have tried to maintain the original contents of each file. The files contain detailed records on the handling of committee selection, finances, personnel, meetings, arrangement, publicity, and correspondence. Procedure manuals contain copies of all the dozens of different forms used in a crusade. Also in these files are lists of churches, pastors, and laymen who participated. Peripheral to the crusade information is a good deal of information on the city of Chicago, such as plans of the McCormick Place.

Of particular interest are the following items: correspondence explaining the position taken toward the crusade by the liberal Chicago Federation of Churches and the conservative Moody Bible Institute; a digest of interviews of one hundred 1962 crusade respondents analyzed by seminary student Aubrey Leon Morris; responses to questionnaires sent out by Taylor to churches participating in the 1962 crusade asking for their reactions; statement of opposition to the 1971 crusade from college and seminary students (in general file); a breakdown of decisions as they relate to sermon topics; copies of Our Decision, an in-house publication for employees of the BGEA; and a copy of the National Association of Evangelical publication, Better Press Relations For Evangelical Churches.

Other records in this section include letters from Graham and BGEA staffers describing crusades in Philadelphia, Australia, London, and other cities and records which note the drive participated in by Billy Graham to purchase a site in Colorado as headquarters for the Navigators' evangelistic organization. There is a little more than a box of files concerning BGEA's film ministry, including bookings, suggested ideas for films, procedure manuals for organizing film showings, statistics of results, financial records, and surveys of responses to the films in black communities.

This subdivision of Taylor's papers is in turn subdivided into five sections. Boxes 35-37 contain correspondence files arranged alphabetically by folder title. Then boxes 37-42 contain all other non-financial records of the crusade, such as minutes of the executive committee, procedure manuals, lists of committee members, etc. Box 42-46 contains the financial records by which is meant everything from audits to canceled checks, to invoices, to receipts. Boxes 46-47 contain all the files relating to the showing of BGEA films-correspondence, procedure books, promotional materials, schedules, lists, and forms. Boxes 48-59 are card files kept which list Chicago area pastors (49-50), Chicago area churches (51-54), and contributors (55-59). These files date from 1962 through 1973.

I. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (Boxes 60-63)

Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) developed slowly over many years into its present day organization. In 1877, the Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union was formed to help Christian students support each other and to spread the Gospel. Chapters were founded all over Great Britain and after World War I the movement spread overseas. By 1939, there was a chapter at the University of Michigan and in 1940 the United States IVCF was incorporated under the leadership of C. Stacey Woods, also general secretary of the Canadian branch. In 1946, IVCF merged with the Student Foreign Mission Fellowship (SFMF), an organization created to help Christian students' interest in missionary activities. The triennial IVCF missions conference at Urbana, Illinois, was sponsored by the missionary department of IVCF. IVCF also merged with the Christian Nurses Fellowship (since known as the Nurses Christian Fellowship, NCF) in 1948. In 1947, representatives of Christian student fellowship unions from several countries met at Harvard to form the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES). The goals of the IFES were to help create IVCF-type organizations in nations where none existed and to strengthen those which did exist. C. Stacey Woods also served as the first general secretary of this organization.

Besides the mission department, the NCF, local chapters on college campuses, and liaison with the IFES, Inter-Varsity USA also had a literature department which published books on missions and Christian life and brought out the monthly IVCF magazine, His. Herbert Taylor was instrumental in the founding of IVCF, USA. He helped persuade the Canadian branch to allow Woods to come to the United States and he also provided much of the organization's early funding. He served continuously on the board of directors of IVCF USA and IVCF Canada for several years as chairman. He also served on the board of IFES. He was instrumental in acquiring Cedar Campus for the organization.

The records in this section cover the period 1940 to 1976 and include correspondence, board of directors' minutes, annual activities reports, financial statements, orientation handbooks, copies of IVCF publications, copies of IFES publications, Urbana mission conference reports, and constitutions of IVCF and IFES. The bulk of the IVCF records is taken up by minutes, reports, and correspondence of the United States branch. There is an almost unbroken sequence of board of directors' minutes and annual reports which contain the summing up by the head of IVCF of the past year and summaries from department heads such as the missions secretary, the editor of HIS, the director of NCF, etc. Correspondence is mostly between Taylor and the executive officers and board members of IVCF: C. Stacey Woods, Charles Hummel, Charles Troutman, Roy Horsey, Kenneth Gieser, Russell Hitt, John Alexander and Gordon J. Van Wylen. Taylor also had correspondence with other senior staff of IVCF, such as Eric Fife, missions secretary; Joseph Bayly, editor of HIS among other positions; and William Petersen, stewardship secretary. The correspondence and minutes illustrate the growth and institutionalization of the organization as it developed from little more than a one-man operation into a highly defined structure.

Many of the papers deal with administrative reorganization, leadership, and the selection of personnel for new posts. Also documented are the work of fund-raising and the growing involvement of IVCF in the preparation of Christians for foreign mission work. One interesting letter from Joseph Bayly to Carl McIntire dated December, 1957, refutes charges of pro-Communism which McIntire had leveled against the author of an article in HIS magazine. There are a few folders of correspondence between Taylor and C. Stacey Woods relating to the activities of IFES and Taylor's participation in the work. A few folders contain minutes and correspondence from other IVCF branches in Canada, Barbados, Japan, and China. The Canadian folders are the most numerous. They deal with Taylor's plan in 1939-1940 to set up an IVCF branch in the United States and with the various programs of the Canadian organization.

This section also contains several handbooks from different time periods outlining the personnel and administrative policies of IVCF-USA as they developed. Finally the collection contains dozens of tracts and pamphlets published by the IVCF press which were aimed at the special interest of Christian and non-Christian interest groups. These materials cover many different topics but often deal with the background of IVCF, the Christian life, or with missionary needs. The folders are arranged alphabetically according to title.

J. Key 73 (Boxes 64-65)

Key 73 evolved out of a meeting convened by Billy Graham and Carl Henry in 1967 at a hotel on the Virginia side of the Key Bridge (hence Key 73). As an interdenominational evangelistic strategy for 1973, Key 73 encouraged joint evangelistic programs on the denominational level, individual denominational plans for witness, and local outreach tailored to specific situations. Key '73's executive director, Ted Raedeke, summed up the program goals this way in Christianity Today: "...To confront people more fully and forcefully with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, by proclamation and demonstration by witness and ministry, and by word and deed."

The year-long program was broken into six phases to prepare the church for multiple witness opportunities and for renewal and commitment. The six phases were: a call to repentance and prayer; a call to the Word of God; a call to resurrection; a call to new life; a call to proclamation; and a call to commitment. This small collection of a box and a half of folders gives a fair representative picture of Key 73, Chicago. Just a few files refer to the national program. There are: correspondence between Key 73 executive committee members, notes on two T.V. programs--"Come Together" and "Faith in Action," meeting minutes, financial records, a checkbook, promotion and publicity materials, mailing lists, and other files common to organizational records. The files are arranged alphabetically.

K. National Association of Evangelicals (Boxes 65-67)

In the early 1940's, the discontent nationwide among conservative Protestants with the liberal Federal Council of Churches (FCC) began to take organizational form. Many conservatives or evangelicals felt the FCC was abandoning the Gospel for rational humanism and consequently evangelism and mission work was being neglected. In the upper northeast, evangelicals under the leadership of J. Elwin Wright had formed the New England Fellowship (NEF) to combat this trend. The NEF became a framework for cooperation among the conservatives in evangelistic campaigns, radio broadcasting, and other activities. The success of the organization prompted Wright and other evangelical leaders such as Dr. Ralph T. Davis, Dr. Harold J. Ockenga, Dr. V. Raymond Edman, and Dr. Charles Fuller to hold a meeting in Chicago in October of 1941 which in turn ultimately resulted in an invitation to "150 executives and leaders of many denominations, mission boards, religious journals, gospel broadcasters, Christian colleges, seminaries, Bible institutes, and interdenominational organizations for the purpose of exploring the possibility of closer cooperation and coordination in the work of the Gospel."

This conference, which met in St. Louis on April 7-8, 1942, adopted a temporary constitution for the proposed National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) and appointed interim officers. A constitutional convention the next year put the organization on a permanent basis. Denominations, individual churches, groups of churches, and independent religious organizations were among those who formed the membership. Members were required to agree to a statement of faith that declared, among other doctrines, belief in the authority of the Bible; the Trinity; the atoning death, resurrection, and ascension of Christ; the necessity of salvation, the last judgment, and the spiritual unity of believers. The NAE was intended to work in areas of: evangelism; Christian education; assistance to missions, especially in their contacts with the government; maintenance of a nationwide testimony on national issues; insistence on the separation of church and state, and defense of the interests of evangelical radio ministries. Eventually commissions were established for evangelism, higher education, home missions, evangelical youth, evangelical social action, radio, women's fellowship, army and navy chaplains, theology, and world relief. The NAE also publishes its own magazine--United Evangelical Action--and is affiliated with several autonomous organizations (some of which it helped found), such as the National Sunday School Association, the National Association of Christian Schools, the Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, the Laymen's Advisory Council, the National Religious Broadcasters, Inc., and the World Evangelical Fellowship.

Taylor was involved in the early planning of NAE and became its first treasurer, a post he held until 1948. He also served on the organization's first finance committee in 1943, and on special committees to find an executive secretary and another to pick a site for the NAE's permanent headquarters. At various times he served on the executive committee, the board of administrations, the committee on budget and finance, and the Commission on International Relations. He was also a generous financial contributor to the Association.

These files reflect Taylor's deep involvement in the NAE until the mid-1950's, after which there is little documentation. Early correspondence deals with the problem of founding an organization forceful enough to represent evangelical's credibility but not powerful enough to arouse the member's fears. The minutes of the meetings of the executive committee and the board of administration, as well as the correspondence with leaders like Harold Ockenga, John Bolten, R. L. Decker, J. Elwin Wright, and Clyde Taylor give a day by day, year by year picture of the NAE as it developed a staff and a stature, as it fought what it considered the liberal influence of the FCC in many different guises, and helped organize an evangelical interest group. The relief work and wartime evangelism to soldiers, sailors, and airmen are also documented. Many files deal in particular with Taylor's work on the Commission of International Relations which he served on for five years. Correspondence in these files give information on the situation of evangelical churches around the world in the aftermath of World War II and on the efforts of coordination which resulted in the World Evangelical Fellowship. Much of the correspondence is from one of the Commission's moving spirits, J. Elwin Wright.

The collection also contains correspondence with NAE's affiliated organizations, financial statements, and samples of some of the association's publications. These documents are arranged for the periods from June to June for each year (for example, June 1950-June 1951, then June 1951-June 1952, etc.) and then the files for that time period are arranged alphabetically.

L. World Teenage Scholarship Foundation (Box 68)

In 1966 and 1967, a World Teenage Show was held in Chicago at McCormick Place. The show was meant to attract teenagers to a place where they could be reached by business, college, and philanthropic organizations interested in teenage business or support. Taylor and the Christian Workers Foundation participated both years by sponsoring an essay contest on the meaning of the Four Way Test. (The Four Way Test was a code of personnel conduct developed by Taylor.) The male and female winners received partial college scholarships. In April 1967, the World Teenage Scholarship Foundation was incorporated with Taylor as president. The purpose of the foundation was to accept donations for the scholarships. However, the secretary of the foundation, Harold Caldwell, received a good deal of adverse newspaper publicity in connection with fund raising activity and this precipitated the dissolution of the foundation in 1970. The files in this section are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

The material in this section includes some interesting essays by boys and girls on the Four Way Test, programs and brochures about the World Teenage Show, correspondence relating to the essay contest and the formation and dissolution of the World Teenage Scholarship Foundation (WTSF), financial records, newspaper clippings, and minutes of meetings of the board of the WTSF.

M. Young Life Campaign (Boxes 69-71)

The Young Life Campaign was founded in 1940 in Dallas, Texas, by Jim Rayburn, the son of a Presbyterian evangelist, to attract unchurched, interested young people to Christ. While a student at Dallas Seminary, Rayburn discovered that he had a gift for communicating the gospel to high schoolers. As he and others at the seminary worked with these youths, the Young Life Campaign evolved. The work of the organization's staff was usually conducted through weekly Young Life Club meetings, occasional rallies, weekend conferences, radio broadcasts, social activities, and summer camps. In fact, Young Life ran four ranch camps in the Colorado Rockies.

Taylor was involved in Young Life from the beginning, and was Chairman of its Board of Trustees for a number of years. Through his Christian Workers Foundation, Taylor purchased Star Ranch, one of the organization's four camps, for Young Life. The Young Life records are arranged alphabetically according to subject matter. There are annual reports, correspondence, brochures, board meeting minutes, financial records, and staff manuals. Correspondence spans the early years of Young Life (the 1940's) to the early 1970's. Much of the early correspondence between Jim Rayburn and Herbert Taylor gives a good perspective on the development of the organization. Correspondence from Bill Starr, Executive Director of Young life, details some of the financial problems faced by the organization in the early 1970's, including the sale of Star Ranch. There are three Young Life staff manuals on file. They offer information about the organization, policies, procedures, camps, promotion, and leadership. A publications folder includes tear sheets of a PAGEANT magazine story on Star Ranch; copies of Young Life magazine; and articles from newspapers, magazines, and Sunday School papers.

N. Youth for Christ International (Box 72)

Youth for Christ International developed out of the evangelistic work many people were doing across America with teenagers and young adults in mass meetings during the last years of World War II. Torrey Johnson, a Chicago pastor, brought together these youth leaders into one organization, which was officially organized at Winona Lake, Indiana, in the summer of 1945. The organization became known for its brash and colorful methods as well as for its ability to train leaders (such as Billy Graham) who went on to form their own organizations. YFC was a nondenominational, evangelical, fundamental organization which cooperated with local churches. Its programs included clubs, evangelistic rallies, literature--such as its magazine Youth For Christ, work with juvenile delinquents, congresses of youth workers, and the sponsoring of traveling teams of evangelists.

Taylor served on the original advisory committee organized to aid Torrey Johnson in setting up YFC and continued for many years to serve on the board of directors of the organization as well as advising Johnson and subsequent presidents Robert A. Cook (1948-1957), Ted Engstrom (1957-1963), Kelly Bihl (1963-1965), and Sam Wolgemuth (1965-1973). The YFC records in the Taylor papers consist mostly of reports to Taylor on the organization's progress. These reports occur both in informal form in letters and more formal in yearly summaries issued to board members. Many of these statements include reports by YFC officials who later became prominent evangelical leaders such as Billy Graham, Robert Evans , Cliff Barrows, George Wilson, and Walter Smyth. The files are arranged alphabetically according to folder title.

O. General (Boxes 73-80)

In November of 1978, the Center received from Mrs. Gloria Taylor (through the agency of Rev. H. Leroy Patterson) more Herbert J. Taylor records, to be included in this collection. In this addition are six scrapbooks and some folders containing records and photographs from 1916 to 1972. The original labels on each scrapbook have been retained as they were received by the Archives and they are as follows: "Business and General/Rotary"; "Christian Projects"; "Hawaii, Japan, Philippines"; and "Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusade." Many of the records and photographs are either pasted or stapled to the leaves of the scrapbook. There are several loose items and these have been removed and placed in folders, but labeled accordingly, to correspond to the scrapbooks from which they were originally found. A number of photographs have also been removed and transferred to the Photo File of this collection.

Found in the scrapbook titled "Business and General/Rotary" were Taylor's eighth grade graduation program, an early photo of himself, and his enrollment certificate with the U.S. Naval Reserve Force in 1919. There is also contained in this book, and in another folder, several appreciation certificates (two of which are oversize). In this book are also found business records like contracts, publications, reports, correspondence and photographs relating to Jewel Tea Co., Club Aluminum Utensil Co., and other business groups. They illustrate Taylor's business philosophy and the development of Club Aluminum. There is also found in this book personal correspondence to and from his family, and an interesting pamphlet, from 1924, called Let's Pull Garvin County Out Of The Mud, which he helped write during his early days in Oklahoma. There are some early and late photographs of his wife Gloria. This book contains material on his service to the War Department Price Adjustment Board during World War II, and material on his involvement with the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA); newspaper and magazine clippings relating to his active involvement with the Rotary, local business groups, and Christian organizations.

The scrapbook "Hawaii, Japan, Philippines" contains records and photographs of Taylor's visit to the Far East including Honolulu, as a guest and speaker to the Rotary annual meetings in these countries. This trip was made during Taylor's year as President of Rotary International. The records include correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings (some in Japanese), itinerary, programs, speech script, resolutions and reports, and some miscellaneous items. The scrapbook "4-Way Test and 10 Marks of Good Citizen" contains Rotary records relating to annual conferences, publications, banquets, addresses, and speech scripts, newspaper clippings, and the Fiftieth Anniversary year of the Rotary, when Taylor served as President. The scrapbook "Christian Projects" contains an extensive collection of his involvement with Christian organizations and these are photographs, correspondence, personal notes, newspaper and magazine clippings. Some of the organizations represented for which there are significant records are Inter-Varsity, Young Life, Fuller Theological Seminary, Houghton College (from which he received his honorary doctor of law degree on October 24, 1947), National Association of Evangelicals, Christian Service Brigade, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Youth for Christ, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Christian Businessmen, Pioneer Girls, and the International Fellowship of Christian Students.

Also in the collection are membership certificates with the Kiwanis Club of Chicago and with the Metal Cookware Manufacturers Association (MCMA). The scrapbook in Box 79 contains some articles on Billy Graham's 1959 crusade in the town of Wheaton, Illinois, as well as material on the preparation for the 1962 crusade in Chicago. The scrapbook in Box 78 contains articles on Graham's 1971 crusade in Chicago. Other information on activities of the BGEA can be found in Box 75 and Box 73, Folder 23.

A second addition to this collection is made up mostly of correspondence between Taylor and/or his representative with various Christian organizations as they concern the Christian Workers Foundation. Many of these organizations have received financial aid from the Foundation. The organizations which have carried on correspondence with Taylor are the following: Acapulco Christian Fellowship, African Enterprise, American Management Association, Best Seller Publicity, Campus Crusade for Christ, Chicago Bible Society, Chicago Sunday Evening Club, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Inc., Christian Businessmen of Chicago, Christian Life Publications, Dial-A-Story, Inc., Eternity, Evangelical Child Welfare Agency, Evangelical Ministers Association, Evangelistic Endeavor, Inc., Far Eastern Gospel Crusade, Inc., Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Gospel Broadcasts Association, Gospel Films, Inc., Greater Chicago Sunday School Assn., Greater Europe Mission, Institute of Church Renewal, Inc., Inter-Varsity, Judson College, Language Institute for Evangelism, LaSalle Street Church, Laymen's Leadership Institute, Literature Crusades, and The Navigators.

Some of the information contained in this correspondence is of special interest. Unique ways of conducting evangelistic work are mentioned. One example is the Language Institute for Evangelism, Inc., which operates an English Language Institute in Tokyo. Besides taking advantage of the interest of the Japanese to learn English, the Institute used biblically based materials and had chapel periods during each class session.

Another organization of interest is Best Seller Publicity, which produced posters with Bible verses and illustrations. These posters are found on subways, busses, billboards, etc., and seen by millions of people every day in more than 900 cities throughout the world. One other folder contains information relating to Explo '72 sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ. There is in this addition a folder containing miscellaneous materials. Another folder contains general correspondence with various individuals, such as Donald L. Bailey, Kenneth L. Block, George Truman Carl, Evon Hedley, Keith L. Hunt, Mrs. Manuel E. Lichtenstein, Harry G. Saulnier, and Frog Sullivan. Another addition to this general section contains materials about the Four-Way Test (folder 88-3).

Provenance

The main body of materials in this collection were donated to the Billy Graham Center by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor and the Christian Workers Foundation in February, 1977. Earlier, in September of 1975, Mr. Taylor gave to the Center five reels of film of the 1962 Chicago Crusade. The 1977 donation was moved by the Center staff members from the Christian Workers Foundation office in Chicago's Civic Opera Building. The 1978 addition was given to the Center by Mrs. Herbert Taylor through Wheaton College Chaplain Pat Patterson. Materials received in 1979, 1987, and 1989 were donated to the Center by Larry Kendrick. The 1984 materials were donated to the Center by Pioneer Ministries. Paul Heidebrech of the Christian Service Brigade gave materials to the Center in 1986 and 1990.

Accession #75-9, 76-15, 77-9, 78-41, 79-98
August 4, 1978
Robert Shuster
S. Short
S. Henderson
P. Kahil
L. Parker
M. Schimmels
L. Stockton
A. Labiano

Revised, April 16, 1979
Robert Shuster
A. Labiano
G. Gallup

Revised, August 30, 1979
Abraham Labiano
G. Gallup
R. Shuster

Acc. #84-36, 86-7, 87-98, 89-22, 90-119
Updated, October 31, 1994
Janyce H. Nasgowitz
K. Cox

Acc. 80-96
UpdatedNovember 28, 2012
Bob Shuster
R. Tan


LOCATION RECORD

Accession 76-15

Type of Material: Artifacts

The following material has been given to the BGC MUSEUM:

ITEM AND DESCRIPTION

Christian Workers Foundation: Joe Devalasco--Samples, Art work; May 1970-October 1971, n.d.

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LOCATION RECORD

Accession 76-15

Type of Material: Audio Tapes

The following material is located in the AUDIO TAPE FILE:

ITEM AND DESCRIPTION

T1 - Christian Workers Foundation: Introductory tape to the Coffeehouse Ministries; n.d.

T2 - Personal Correspondence: Address of Herbert Taylor to the meeting: California-Nevada-Hawaii District of the Kiwanis Club in San Diego, California, in 1965. Taylor spoke on "Present Day Moral and Ethical Standards and Practices." This talk included an explanation of his Four-Way Test.

*****

LOCATION RECORD

Accession 75-9

Type of Material: Films

The following material is located in the FILM FILE:

ITEM AND DESCRIPTION

F1 - Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusade; 1962.
F2 - Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusade; 1962.
F3 - Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusade; 1962.
F4 - Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusade; 1962.
F5 - Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusade; 1962.

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LOCATION RECORD

Accession 76-15, 90-119

Type of Material: Negatives

The following material is located in the NEGATIVE FILE in indicated folder:

FOLDER TITLE - ITEM AND DESCRIPTION

TRACT WEEK, APRIL 18-25, 1942. CWF: 37 negatives relating to National Tract Week; April 18-25, 1942

YOUTH FOR CHRIST--GENERAL. CWF: 38 b/w negatives relating to Youth for Christ meetings; see photo location record; n.d.

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LOCATION RECORD

Accession 76-15

Type of Material: Oversize Materials

The following material is located in OS 5, 6, & 7 unless otherwise indicated:

ITEM AND DESCRIPTION

Christian Workers Foundation:

    Chinese Salvation Army Poster; n.d. (to BGC Museum)
    National Tract Week Poster; 1942. (OS 5)
    Plans of proposed Cottey College Buildings; 1966. (OS 5)
    Plans of proposed library of Cottey College; December, 1961. (OS 5)
    Plans of Radson Creek Dam; October, 1958. (OS 5)

Club Aluminum:

    Blueprints of aluminum cookware; 1931. (OS 5)
    List of stores operating on cookware; 1952-1953. (OS 6)
    Poster; n.d. (to the BGC Museum)

Graham Crusades:

    Sword of the Lord - 11/21/58; 4/10/59; 10/16/59. (OS 6)
    Plan of McCormick Place; ca. 1961. (OS 6)
    Plan of McCormick Place; April, 1961. (OS 6)
    Plan of McCormick Place; 1970. (OS 6)
    Layout of the Billy Graham Meeting at Earl's Court; 1966. (OS 6)
    Layout of McCormick Place; 1971. (OS 5)
    Maps of Chicago; n.d. (OS 6)
    Layout of Greenville, South Carolina, Crusade; March, 1966. (OS 6)

National Association of Evangelicals:

    United Evangelical Action; August 1, 1942; November 1, 1942; December, 1942; March, 1943; April, 1943; May 4, 1943; May 2, 1945; May 19, 1945; May 1, 1952. (OS 6)

Personal Correspondence:

    Cedar Point Lodge Plans; 1951. (OS 7)

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 80-96
Type of material: Phonograph Records
The following items are located in the PHONOGRAPH RECORD FILE:

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Size

Speed

Min. per side

Record Company

Contents

Date

P1

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time

6/19/1944

P2

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/27/1945

P3

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

11/03/1945

P4

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

11/10/1945

P5

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

11/17/1945

P6

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

1/27/1946

P7

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

4/20/1946

P8

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

9/2/1946

P9

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/7/1946

P10

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/23/1946

P11

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

1/13/1947

P12

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

1/20/1947

P13

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

2/3/1947

P14

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

2/10/1947

P15

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

2/24/1947

P16

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

3/3/1947

P17

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

3/10/1947

P18

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

3/31/1947

P19

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

4/21/1947

P20

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

5/5/1947

P21

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

6/2/1947

P22

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

7/7/1947

P23

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

8/6/1947

P24

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

9/2/1947

P25

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/7/1947

P26

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

11/4/1947

P27

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/2/1947

P28

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

2/3/1948

P29

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

8/3/1948

P30

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

4/6/1948

P31

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

5/4/1948

P32

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

6/1/1948

P33

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

7/6/1948

P34

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

9/7/1948

P35

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/12/1948

P36

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/5/1948

P37

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

11/2/1948

P38

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/7/1948

P39

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

1/4/1949

P40

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

2/1/1949

P41

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

3/1/1949

P42

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

4/5/1949

P43

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

5/3/1949

P44

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

6/7/1949

P45

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

7/5/1949

P46

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

8/2/1949

P47

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

8/30/1949

P48

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

9/6/1949

P49

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/4/1949

P50

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

11/1/1949

P51

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/6/1949

P52

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

2/7/1950

P53

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

3/7/1950

P54

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

4/4/1950

P55

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

5/2/1950

P56

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

6/3/1950

P57

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

7/1/1950

P58

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

8/5/1950

P59

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

9/9/1950

P60

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/7/1950

P61

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/19/1950

P62

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/30/1950

P63

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

1/27/1951

P64

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

2/24/1951

P65

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

3/24/1951

P66

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

4/21/1951

P67

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/6/1951

P68

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/1/1951

P69

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

1/5/1969

P70

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

2/2/1952

P71

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

3/1/1952

P72

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

3/3/1952

P73

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

6/7/1952

P74

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

11/1/1952

P75

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/6/1952

P76

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time. Includes favorite hymn of J. Edgar Hoover, “Throw Out the LifeLine”

1/2/1953

P77

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

6/6/1953

P78

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

7/4/1953

P79

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

8/1/1953

P80

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

9/5/1953

P81

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

10/3/1953

P82

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

11/7/1953

P83

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/19/1953

P84

16

33 1/3

15

Transcription disk

Only 1 side. Club Time.

12/5/1953



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LOCATION RECORD

Accession: 76-15, 78-41, 87-89, 89-22, 90-199

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.

ASOCIACION EVANGELICA DE CUBA. Christian Workers Foundation (CWF): 3 photos of Asociacion Evangelica De Cuba work in Santo Domingo; n.d.

BGEA: GREATER CHICAGO CRUSADE - BILLY GRAHAM; CHICAGO, IL JUNE 3-13, 1971: Includes--

    1 photo of Dr. Hudson Armerding
    1 photo of audience
    1 photo of Melvin Banks
    1 photo of John A. Dawson
    1 photo of Rev. Arthur H. Dekruyter
    1 photo of Mrs. Gladys Dickelman
    1 photo of Dean L. Giffith
    1 photo of Robert Gray
    2 photos of Joel Hayes
    1 photo of Richard Lynyard
    1 photo of Rev. William Meyers
    1 photo of Wesley Mills
    1 photo of H. Leroy Patterson
    1 photo of Bill Pearce
    3 photos of Charles Riggs and others meeting with Governor Ogilvie; March 22, 1971. 1 photo of H. G. Swanson
    1 photo of Robert Walker
    6 photos of Wheaton Meeting of Ministers
    3 photos of Council of Ministers Meeting

BIBLE MEMORY ASSOCIATION: CWF: 1 scrapbook of photos from Bible Memory Association Camps; 1956.

CARRENO, RICK: Graham Crusades: 1 photo of Rick Carreno; n.d.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: CWF: 11 photos of Chicago landmarks; 1973.

CHICAGO EVANGELISTIC INSTITUTE: 3 photos of picnics sponsored by the Chicago Evangelistic Institute; n.d.

CLUB ALUMINUM: 1 photo of Food Service Division Conference, September, 1948.

EAGLE ROCK, WISCONSIN: CWF: 4 photos of Eagle Rock, Wisconsin; n.d.

FULLER, CHARLES: CWF: 2 photos of Charles Fuller, 2 photos of studio where the Old Fashioned Revival Hour was recorded, ca. 1942, and, from Fuller Theological Seminary files, 2 photos of a painting of Charles Fuller; n.d.

FULLER, GRACE PAYTON: Fuller Theological Seminary: 2 photos of a painting of Grace Payton Fuller; n.d.

FULLER SEMINARY: Fuller Theological Seminary: 1 long group shot of the 1959-1960 faculty and students; October, 1959.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN (BILLY): Graham Crusades: 2 photos of Graham speaking at breakfast at the Conrad Hilton in Chicago; September 18, 1970.

HADEN, BEN: Graham Crusades: 1 photo of Ben Haden; n.d.

HENRY, CARL: CWF: 2 photos of Carl Henry distributing tracts; 1942.

KANO, KIMIO: CWF: 7 photos of trip taken by Kimio Kano to British Columbia; 1954.

MACKENZIE, JUDY: Graham Crusades: 1 photo of Judy MacKenzie; n.d.

METHODIST STUDENT FOUNDATION AT NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY: CWF: 1 photo of members of the Methodist Student Foundation at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois; ca. 1949.

MOORE, CLAUDE J.: CWF: 5 photos, ca. 1940, showing work of Claude J. Moore in Enid, Oklahoma, among the Sioux Indians and in rural communities. Rev. Moore was associated with the West Side Community Church.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF EVANGELICALS: NAE: 1 photo of the Executive Committee of the National Association; ca. late 1940's.

NEW WORLD SINGERS: Graham Crusades: 1 photograph of the New World Singers; n.d.

ORIENT CRUSADES: CWF: 3 photos of the work of Orient Crusades in Formosa; ca. July 1954.

PHILIPPINE EVANGELICAL ENTERPRISES, INC.: CWF: 20 photos of the work of the Philippine Evangelical Enterprises, Inc.; 1967.

PHILPOT, FORD: CWF: 5 photos of Ford Philpot's crusade work in the Orient; ca. 1962-1969.

SANDERS, NORMAN: Graham Crusades: 1 photo of Norman Sanders; n.d.

SCHALLMBURG, HELEN: CWF: 1 photo of Helen Schallmburg; n.d.

STANGER, FRANK B.: CWF: 1 photo of President Frank B. Stanger of Asbury Theological Seminary presenting Four Way Test Scholarship Award; May 22, 1970.

SWANSON, H. G.: Graham Crusades: 4 photos of H. G. Swanson; 1971.

TABB, DON: Graham Crusades: 1 photograph of Don Tabb; n.d.

TAYLOR, BEVERLY: CWF: 1 portrait of Beverly Taylor; 1944.

TAYLOR, HERBERT JOHN: Photographs of Taylor and others as follows:

    Audience at Manila Hotel during Manila Rotary Conference with Taylor as speaker; November 1956.
    Four-Way Test, Rotary Signboard, Nikko, Japan; n.d.
    Frank H. Taylor with Herbert Taylor; February 1937. Filipino Rotarians at a dinner, Philippines; 1956.
    Mrs. H. J. Taylor at a dinner table with unidentified Filipinos; Philippines; 1956.
    Taylor at entrance to Osaka Conference Hall, Japan; October 1956.
    Taylor during District Conference of the Manila Rotary Club; November, 1956.
    Taylor with unidentified persons in the Philippines; 1956.
    Taylor at a dinner table with unidentified Filipinos, Philippines; 1956.
    Taylor being met by unidentified Filipino Rotarians. Slightly to the side of Taylor is Juan J. Carlos, president of Manila Rotary Club; 1956.
    Taylor with Governor Luther H. Hodges of North Carolina; October 1960.
    Snapshots of Taylor (2); n.d.
    Taylor with unidentified persons during success story awards; n.d.
    Taylor posing with a group of unidentified golfers on a golf course; n.d.
    Taylor posing with an unidentified person; n.d.
    Taylor behind office desk with unidentified persons; n.d.
    Taylor with unidentified men (2); n.d.
    Taylor, head and shoulders portrait (2); n.d.
    Taylor with framed poster of The Four-Way Test (2); n.d.
    Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Taylor with unidentified group of people; 1935.
    Mr. and Mrs. Taylor with Doris and Basil Tippet of Canada; December 1955.
    Mr. and Mrs. Taylor; n.d.
    Mr. and Mrs. Taylor with unidentified persons (3); n.d.
    Mr. and Mrs. Taylor with unidentified persons at a dinner table; n.d.
    Mr. and Mrs. Taylor with their seven grandchildren, color; n.d.
    Horses; n.d.
    Star Ranch--aerial photo: 1960.
    Unidentified demolished building; 1921.
    Unidentified buildings (6); n.d.
    Unidentified car and building (2); n.d.
    Unidentified car and gate; n.d.
    Unidentified places and persons (5); n.d.

TRACT WEEK, April 18-25, 1942: CWF: 37 photos relating to National Tract Week.

VENEBERG, BERTHA: CWF: 1 portrait of Bertha S. Veneberg; n.d.

WATERS, ETHEL: Graham Crusades: 1 photo of Ethel Waters; n.d.

WESLEY WILLOWS RETIREMENT HOME: CWF: 7 sketches of the proposed Wesley Willows Retirement Home; ca. 1968.

WALKER, ROBERT: Graham Crusades: 4 photos of Robert Walker; 1971.

WESTON, JAMES: Graham Crusades: 1 photo of James Weston; n.d.

WORLD WIDE PICTURES: TIME TO RUN: CWF: 5 stills from BGEA film, Time To Run; n.d.

YOUNG LIFE: Young Life: The ship Malibu Princess; n.d.

YOUTH FOR CHRIST: Youth for Christ: 3 photos of a development plan for George Washington's boyhood home in Virginia; ca. 1960-1966.

YOUTH FOR CHRIST--GENERAL: Christian Workers Foundation: 38 b/w photos printed on proof sheets relating to unidentified Youth for Christ meetings. Includes photos of Billy Graham, Cliff Barrows, George Beverly Shea, the Palermo brothers, and banquet scenes; n.d.

ZIMMER, NORMA: Graham Crusades: 1 photo of Norma Zimmer; n.d.


CONTAINER LIST

Box Folder Item
A. Personal Correspondence
1 1 Advertising--"God has a plan for you"; 1968-1969, n.d.
Correspondence:
1 2 1944-1945, n.d.
1 3 1946-1947
1 4 1947-1948
1 5 1949, n.d.
1 6 1949-1950
1 7 1950-1951
1 8 1951-1952
1 9 1952-1953, n.d.
1 10 1953-1954
1 11 1954-1956
1 12 1956-1957
1 13 1962-1969, n.d.
1 14 Answer Letters "God has a Plan for You"; 1970, n.d.
1 15 1968
1 16 Chicago Federal Savings and Loan; 1952-1968
1 17 Congratulatory Letters; 1954
1 18 Donations; 1936-1942
1 19 Fleming H. Revell Company; 1967, n.d.
1 20 Fleming H. Revell; 1968-1970, n.d.
1 21 Foundation for Evangelism; 1965-1969
1 22 Foundation for Evangelism; 1969-1973, n.d.
1 23 4 Way Test Project; 1955-1956
1 24 4 Way Test Project; 1952-1954, n.d.
"God Has a Plan for You":
1 25 Reader Comments; 1968-1969, n.d.
1 26 A-B; 1968-1970, n.d.
1 27 C-D; 1968-1969
1 28 E-F-G; 1968-1969
1 29 H-I; 1968-1969
1 30 J-K-L; 1968-1969
1 31 M-N; 1968-1969
1 32 O-P; 1968-1969
1 33 R; 1968-1969
2 1 S; 1968-1969
2 2 T-U-V; 1968-1969
2 3 W-X-Y-Z; 1968-1969
2 4 1968, n.d.
2 5 1969, n.d.
2 6 1968-1972, n.d.
2 7 M; 1962, n.d.
2 8 Mc; 1952-1967
2 9 Methodist Churches; 1962-1967
2 10 Methodist Churches; 1970-1972
2 11 Methodist Church Renewal; 1970-1971
2 12 Methodist Convocation; 1970
2 13 Methodist Good News; 1969-1972
2 14 Missions; 1938-1941
2 15 National Methodist Foundation Higher Education; 1970-1972
2 16 Northwestern University "Plan Committee"; 1955-1956
2 17 Northwestern University; 1965-1969
2 18 Rotary; 1952-1953
2 19 Rotary; 1953-1954
2 20 Rotary Governors, Re: Book; 1969
2 21 State Street Insurance Agency; 1968
2 22 Taylor, E.S.; 1937-1939
2 23 10 Marks Of A Good Citizen; 1955-1956
2 24 The Twelve; 1961-1965
2 25 The Twelve; 1965-1970, n.d.
2 26 Lists--Complimentary Books; 1968-1969, n.d.
2 27 Pamphlets--Methodist Church Evangelism; n.d.
2 28 Program Materials--Taylor, Beverly; 1944, n.d.
2 29 The Hour International--Evangelism article; n.d.
2 30 Workbook--General Board of Evangelism; 1964, 1966
2 31 Workbook--Jesus Christ the Evangel; 1965
B. Rotary International
3 1 Assn. & Conv.; 1956-1968
3 2 Board Meeting File; 1954-1958
Correspondence:
3 3 Breitholtz, Ernst; 1970-1972
3 4 Conway, James; 1968-1970
3 5 General; 1956-1965
3 6 General; 1965-1971
3 7 International Assembly, 1969; 1969
3 8 Walk, Wm. Jr.; 1970-1973
3 9 1955-1956
3 10 1957
3 11 1958
3 12 1959
3 13 1960
3 14 1961
3 15 1962
3 16 1963
3 17 1964
3 18 1965
3 19 1966
3 20 1967
4 1 1968
4 2 Expense Statements; 1969-1971
4 3 Friendship Meeting; 1970
4 4 Gaithersburg Charter Meeting; 1966
4 5 Magazine Clippings
4 6 Neighborhood Clubs Study Committee; 1954-1960
4 7 Neighborhood Clubs Study Committee; 1961-1961
4 8 Past Presidents Council; 1956-1959
4 9 Reports
4 10 Rotary Foundation; 1956-1957
4 11 Rotary Foundation; 1958-1959
4 12 Vocational Service Consultative Group; 1967-1968
Publications:
4 13 The Outline Of Classifications; 1952
4 14 League Bulletin; 1952
4 15 Adventure In Service; 1954
4 16 The Rotarian; 1954
4 17 Rotary's Onward March; 1954
4 18 Manual Of Procedure; 1954
4 19 Proceedings Of 46th Annual Rotary Convention; 1955
4 20 Newsweek, Special Report; 1955
4 21 Getting Acquainted With Rotary; 1955
4 22 Official Directory; 1955-1956
4 23 Where Are They Now?; 1955-1956
4 24 Brief Facts About Rotary; ca. 1956
4 25 Advance Memorandum; 1956
4 26 Rotary Club Of Chicago Roster; 1956-1957
4 27 Mr. President: This Is Your Year; 1957-1958
4 28 Official Directory; 1957-1958
4 29 Official Directory; 1960-1961
4 30 Rotary Club Of Chicago Roster; 1960-1961
4 31 Official Directory; 1961-1962
5 1 Rotary Club Of Chicago Roster; 1961-1962
5 2 Rotary International Organization And Procedure; 1962
5 3 Constitution And By Laws; 1962
5 4 Official Directory; 1962-1963
5 5 Plenary Presentations International Assembly; 1963
5 6 A Report; ca. 1963
5 7 Diez Anos De Servicio; 1963
5 8 Rotary; 1963
5 9 Official Directory; 1963-1964
5 10 Reporting On Rotary; 1963-1964
5 11 Various; 1963-1967, n.d.
5 12 Territorial Unit Form Of Administration; 1964
5 13 Manual of Procedure; 1964
5 14 Official Directory; 1964-1965
5 15 Atividades Intenacionais Do Rotary; 1965
5 16 A Foundation Of Friendship; 1965
5 17 Plenary Presentation International Assembly; 1965
5 18 Summary Of The Proceedings; 1965
5 19 1001 Questions And Answers On Rotary; ca. 1967
5 20 La Grange, IL Rotary Club Roster; 1965-1966
5 21 Official Directory; 1965-1966
5 22 Let's Get Down To Cases; 1966
5 23 Service Above Self; 1966
5 24 Official Directory; 1966-1967
5 25 Rotary Club of Chicago; 1966-1967
5 26 1001 Questions And Answers On Rotary; ca. 1967
5 27 The Rotarian; 1967
5 28 Catalogue; 1967-1968
5 29 Rotary Club Of Chicago Roster; 1968-1969
5 30 Official Directory; 1970-1971
5 31 Official Directory; 1972-1973
5 32 Chicago Rotary Volunteer Speakers; n.d.
C. Club Aluminum Products Corporation
Correspondence:
6 1 Aluminum Company of America; 1941
6 2 "A"; 1962-1967
6 3 ABC Radio Advertising; 1947-1949
6 4 Administrative Committee and Stock Option Plan; 1955-1963
6 5 Advertising; 1961-1963
6 6 American Permanent Ware; 1966
6 7 American Stores, Baltimore, MD; 1963
6 8 American Stores, Forty Fort, PA; 1959-1963
6 9 American Stores, Newark, NJ; 1959-1961, n.d.
6 10 American Stores, Philadelphia, PA; 1959-1965
6 11 American Stores, Wilkes Barre, PA; 1960-1963
6 12 Apple-Cole Company; 1960-1964
6 13 "B"; 1962-1968
6 14 Better Business Bureau of Chicago; 1962-1968, n.d.
6 15 Block, Kenneth; 1962-1965
6 16 Board Acquisitions; 1964-1966, n.d.
6 17 Board Breakeveners; 1964-1967
6 18 Board Meetings, CAPCO
6 19 Braasch, Harold; 1960-1962
6 20 Buchanan, I.K.; 1967
6 21 "C"; 1962-1967
6 22 Cecil, C.F.; 1964-1966
6 23 Christian Workers' Foundation; 1945-1946
6 24 Club Directors; 1941-1950
6 25 Club/Jewel Agreement; 1930
6 26 Club Time Nielsen Ratings; 1946-1950
6 27 Companies For Sale and Sale of Club Aluminum; 1959-1966
6 28 Corporate Reports; 1945-1949
6 29 Crescent Tea Company; 1936-1937
6 30 Dixie Supermarket; 1963
6 31 Drumtra, D.L.; 1955-1966, n.d.
6 32 "E"; 1963-1967
6 33 "F"; 1962-1967
6 34 Fairleigh Dickinson College; 1955-1956
6 35 Financial; 1966-1967
6 36 Financial Reports; 1958-1959
6 37 Four Way Test; 1955-1963
6 38 Free Enterprise Awards Association; 1959-1964
7 1 "G"; 1962-1967
7 2 General Consumer Products Company; 1957-1963
7 3 Gitllin, A. Sam; 1957-1964
7 4 Great A & P Tea Company; 1959-1963
7 5 "H"; 1962-1968
7 6 Haskelite Manufacturing Corporation; 1951-1952
Hellberg, C.W.:
7 7 1947-1953
7 8 1947-1958
7 9 1948-1958
7 10 1956-1960
7 11 Hooper Ratings; 1946-1948, n.d.
7 12 "I"; 1962-1967
7 13 Internal; 1967
7 14 International Silver Co.; 1962
7 15 Invoices; 1964-1968
7 16 "J"; 1962-1968
7 17 Jewel Tea Company; 1953-1964
7 18 "K"; 1962-1967
7 19 "L"; 1962-1967
7 20 Legal; 1932-1946, n.d.
7 21 Legal; 1947-1969, n.d.
7 22 Life Insurance; 1958-1965
7 23 "M"; 1962-1967
7 24 Mathis, A.W.; 1963-1965
7 25 Memos; 1958-1964
7 26 Merchandising Committee; 1961-1965
7 27 Merger of Club Aluminum Utensils and Club Aluminum Products; 1945
Miscellaneous:
7 28 1945-1948, n.d.
7 29 1949-1950, n.d.
7 30 1950-1963, n.d.
7 31 1965-1967
7 32 1967-1971, n.d.
7 33 Bulletins; 1952-1967
7 34 John E. Mitchell Company; 1961-1967
7 35 Monarch Aluminum; 1961-1963
7 36 "N"; 1961-1967
7 37 National Aluminum Manufacturing Company; 1961-1963
8 1 National Tea Company; 1962-1963
8 2 Newey, John W.; 1959-1964
8 3 Northwestern University Trust Fund; 1947-1951
8 4 "O"; 1962-1964
8 5 Oneida; 1962
8 6 Ordes; 1948-1949
8 7 "P"; 1962-1967
8 8 Partake, Inc.; 1961-1965, n.d.
8 9 Personal Bulletins; 1949-1967
8 10 Policy Committee; 1946-1961, n.d.
8 11 Proposed Retirement Program; 1964
8 12 Public Relations Board, Inc.; 1964-1965
8 13 Purchase Offers; 1957-1967
8 14 "Q"; 1964
8 15 "R"; 1962-1967
8 16 Radio Advertising; 1946-1950
8 17 Radio Talent Costs; 1946-1947, n.d.
8 18 Radio Program Analysis; 1949
8 19 Religion; 1946-1947
8 20 Ruffing, E.G.; 1963
8 21 "S"; 1962-1968
8 22 Safeway Stores; 1951-1962, n.d.
8 23 Sales Brochures-Supermarket promotions; 1963, n.d.
8 24 Sober, (Miss) Florence; 1946-1948
8 25 "T"; 1961-1967
8 26 Teflon; 1961-1963, n.d.
8 27 "U"; 1962-1967
8 28 "V"; 1962-1968, n.d.
8 29 "W"; 1962-1967
8 30 West Bend Aluminum Co.; 1956-1963
8 31 Williams, J.C.; 1959-1963
8 32 "X-Y-Z; 1961-1967
8 33 Examination of Financial Reports--Advanced Aluminum Castings Corp.; 1949-1954
8 34 Accountant's Report; 1958-1962
8 35 Profit/Loss Statements--Sales Division; 1962
8 36 Financial Statements; 1963
8 37 Accountant's Report; 1963-1965
9 1 Financial Statements; 1964
9 2 Financial Statements; 1966-1967
9 3 Executive Compensation Service; 1966
9 4 List--Colorcast Accounts, USA; 1966
9 5 Agendas--Board of Directors; 1963-1967
9 6 Minutes--Board of Directors; 1964-1967
9 7 Armour Institute of Technology--Reports; 1938-1962
9 8 Sample Radio Program; ca. 1943
9 9 Merger Agreements--Club Aluminum Utensils Co.; ca. 1946
9 10 Club Time Programs; 1946-1947
9 11 Annual Reports; 1948-1950
9 12 Profit--Sharing Trust; 1949
9 13 Organization of Retail Sales Division; 1953
9 14 Procedure Folder--Import Orders; 1956
9 15 Booklets--Stock Option Plans; ca. 1957
9 16 Opportunities for Systems Improvement; 1958
9 17 Study Of Branch Merchant Policies; 1958
9 18 Marketing Assistance Program; 1959-1960
9 19 Report Summary--Long Range Planning; 1960
9 20 Annual Reports--Of Other Companies; 1961-1964
9 21 Marketing Planning And Profit Improvement Study; 1962
9 22 Summary Of Report On Marketing Planning and Profit Improvement; 1962
9 23 Certain Items Of Machinery And Equipment; 1963
9 24 Notebook--Fall Merchandising Programs; 1963
9 25 Management Development Programs; 1965
9 26 Booklet--Group Insurance; 1965
9 27 Long Range Plan; 1965
9 28 Club Colorcast News; 1966
9 29 Review of the Cookware Market; Mar,1966
9 30 Merchandising Program--Maynard Manufacturing Co.; 1966
9 31 Status of the Non-Stick Cookware Market--by Paul E. Thomas; 1966
9 32 Plan of Reorganization--With Standard International Corp,; 1967
10 1 You And Your Food; 1929
10 2 Clipping--Club Time Promotion; 1946-1947, n.d.
10 3 Catalogues--Stanley, S & H; 1959
10 4 Catalogue Sheets; ca. 1961
10 5 Catalogue Sheet, Advertising Material; 1963, n.d.
10 6 Pamphlets, Brochures--Club, other cookware; 1964-1966, n.d.
10 7 Booklets--Teflon, Coatings; 1965-1966
10 8 The Rotarian; 1942-1945
10 9 Booklets, Charts--Management and Marketing; 1950-1967, n.d.
10 10 Pamphlets, Booklets--Management; 1957-1959, n.d.
10 11 Pamphlets, Brochures, Miscellaneous; 1958-1971, n.d.
10 12 Booklets--Management; 1959
10 13 Booklets--Marketing Research; 1960, n.d.
10 14 Thirty-Third Annual Boston Conference on Distribution; 1961
10 15 Freezer Provisioning...--Article on H.J. Taylor; 1965
10 16 AAUP Bulletin; 1966
D. Christian Workers Foundation (CWF)
11 1 Correspondence, Reports--General; 1940-1942, n.d.
11 2 Correspondence--"A" General; 1939-1942, n.d.
11 3 Tracts--Articles About and Actual Tracts; 1941-1942
11 4 Articles--Newspaper and Magazine; 1940-1941, n.d.
Correspondence:
11 5 "B" General; 1940-1941, n.d.
11 6 Belknap, George; 1938-1941
11 7 Benson, Ted M.; 1939-1942, n.d.
11 8 Best Seller Publicity; 1940-1942, n.d.
11 9 "C" General; 1934-1942
11 10 Salvation Army--Chinese Campaign; 1941, n.d.
11 11 Christian Book Shop; 1938-1940
11 12 "D" General; 1941
11 13 Emmanuel Mission; 1940-1942
11 14 "F" General; 1939-1942, n.d.
11 15 Faith and Charity Mission; 1937-1942
11 16 "G" General; 1941-1942, n.d.
11 17 Garrett Biblical Institute; 1938-1941
11 18 General; 1940-1942
11 19 General; 1942, n.d.
11 20 Gideons; 1939-1941
11 21 Good News Publishing Company; 1939-1942, n.d.
11 22 Gospel Broadcasting Association; 1940-1942
11 23 The Gospel Mission; 1937-1941
11 24 "H" General; 1940-1942
11 25 Hi-Y; 1938-1942, n.d.
12 1 "I" General; 1939- 1942
12 2 "J-K" General; 1939-1942
12 3 Kankakee Tabernacle; 1938-1942
12 4 Research Report--Kankakee Tabernacle; 1939-1940, n.d.
12 5 "L" General; 1940-1941
12 6 Literature; 1940-1941
12 7 "M" General; 1940-1942
12 8 Miracle Book Club; 1939-1940, n.d.
12 9 Moody Bible Institute; 1939-1942, n.d.
12 10 "N" General; 1940-1941, n.d.
12 11 Newspaper Advertising--Gospel Broadcasting Association; 1940-1942
12 12 Newspaper Questionnaire--Gospel Broadcasting Association; n.d.
12 13 Newspaper Questionnaire Results--Gospel Recording Association; 1940-1942
12 14 "O-P" General; 1934-1941
12 15 Photography Advertisements; 1941
12 16 Questionnaire and Free Tracts; n.d.
12 17 Quincy Tabernacle; 1939-1942
12 18 "R" General; 1939-1941
12 19 "S" General; 1940-1942
12 20 Salvation Army; 1939-1941
12 21 Scholarship Applications; 1941
12 22 Scripture Distribution Society; 1939-1940, n.d.
12 23 Student Foreign Missions Fellowship; 1940-1942, n.d.
12 24 "T" General; 1940-1942, n.d.
12 25 Tabernacle Plans; 1940-1942, n.d.
12 26 "Talents" Booklet; 1940-1940, n.d.
12 27 "Time" Booklet; 1939-1940, n.d.
Tract Writing Contest:
Entries:
12 28 "A-D"; 1942
12 29 "E-H"; 1942
12 30 "I-M"; 1942
12 31 "N-S"; 1942
12 32 "T-Z" and no name; 1942
Winners:
13 1 1941-1942
13 2 1942, n.d.
13 3 "U-V-W" General; 1939-1942
13 4 Wheaton College--Bulletin Of Wheaton College; 1940-1942, n.d.
13 5 Walker, Robert--Correspondence; 1940-1944
13 6 Walker, Robert--Fuller Manuscript and Resource Material; 1941-1942, n.d.
13 7 West Side Community Church; 1940-1942
13 8 Civilian Defense Alert--Civilian Defense; 1943
General:
13 9 "A"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 10 "B"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 11 Bills; 1942-1943
13 12 "C"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 13 Christian Publication Association; 1943, n.d.
13 14 "D"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 15 "E"; 1942-1943
13 16 "F"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 17 "G"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 18 Balance Sheets--Good News Publishing Company; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 19 Gospel Broadcasting Association; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 20 "H"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 21 "I"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 22 "J-K"; 1942-1943
13 23 "L"; 1942-1943
13 24 "M"; 1941-1943, n.d.
13 25 "N"; 1942-1943, n.d.
13 26 "O"; 1942-1943
13 27 "P"; 1942-1943, n.d.
14 1 "Q-R"; 1942-1943
14 2 "S"; 1942-1943
14 3 Scholarships; 1939-1942
14 4 "T"; 1942-1943
14 5 "U-V"; 1942
14 6 "W"; 1941-1943
14 7 Walker, Robert; 1942-1943, n.d.
14 8 "X-Y-Z; 1942-1943, n.d.
14 9 Newspaper and Magazine Clippings--Missions in South America; 1942-1943; n.d.
14 10 Slide/Film Project-Gospel Broadcasting Association; 1942, n.d.
14 11 Tracts; ca. 1943
14 12 "A-B"; 1943-1944, n.d.
14 13 "C"; 1943-1944, n.d.
14 14 Christ for America; 1943-1944
14 15 Civilian Defense; 1943
14 16 "D-F"; 1943-1944
14 17 "G-I"; 1943-1944
14 18 Good News Publishing; 1943-1944
14 19 Hendrickson, M.; 1943-1944
14 20 "J-N"; 1943-1944
14 21 "O-P"; 1943-1944
14 22 Office of Civilian Defense; 1943-1944
14 23 "Q-T"; 1943-1944
14 24 "U-Z"; 1943-1944
14 25 "A"; 1945
14 26 "B"; 1944-1945
14 27 "C"; 1944-1945
14 28 Christ for America; 1944-1945
14 29 Christian Educational Institutions; 1944-45
15 1 Club Time; 1944-1945
15 2 "D-F"; 1944-1945
15 3 "G"; 1945
15 4 Good News Publishing Company; 1944-1945
15 5 "H-N"; 1944-1945
15 6 "P"; 1944-1945
15 7 "R-Z"; 1944-1945
15 8 Walker, Robert; 1944-1946
15 9 "A-B"; 1945-1946
15 10 "C"; 1945-1946
15 11 Christ for America; 1945-1946
15 12 Club Time; 1945-1946
15 13 "E-F"; 1945-1946
15 14 "G-T"; 1945-1946
15 15 National Temperance Movement; 1946
15 16 Rural Bible Crusade; 1945
15 17 "V-W"; 1945-1946, n.d.
15 18 Wheaton College; 1945-1946, n.d.
15 19 "B"; 1946-1947, n.d.
15 20 "C"; 1946-1947, n.d.
15 21 Christ for America; 1946-1947, n.d.
15 22 "D"; 1947
15 23 "F"; 1946-1947
15 24 Ellis, Franklin; 1946-1947
15 25 "F"; 1946-1947
15 26 "G"; 1946-1947
15 27 "A"; 1947
15 28 General; 1944-1947, n.d.
15 29 "H"; 1946-1947
15 30 "I"; 1946-1947
15 31 "J-K-L-M"; 1946-1947
15 32 National Sunday School Association; 1946
15 33 "O"; 1946-1947
15 34 "P"; 1946-1947
15 35 "Q"; 1946
15 36 "R"; 1946-1947
15 37 "S"; 1946-1947
15 38 "T"; 1944-1947
15 39 "W"; 1946-1947
15 40 Wheaton College; 1946-1948, n.d.
15 41 "X-Y-Z"; 1946-1947
15 42 "A"; 1947-1948, n.d.
15 43 "B"; 1948
15 44 "C"; 1948, n.d.
15 45 Chaplain Counselors for Industry, Inc.; 1947
15 46 Christ for America; 1947-1948, n.d.
15 47 Christian Educational Institutions; 1947-1948
15 48 "D"; 1947-1948, n.d.
15 49 "E"; 1944
15 50 Ellis, Franklin P.; 1947-1948, n.d.
15 51 Emmanuel Mission; 1947-1948, n.d.
15 52 Far East Broadcasting Co. Inc; 1947-1948
15 53 "G"; 1947-1948, n.d.
15 54 "H"; 1948-1948, n.d.
16 1 Houghton College; 1946-1948
16 2 "I"; n.d.
16 3 "J"; 1945-1948
16 4 "K"; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 5 "L"; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 6 "M"; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 7 "N"; 1948, n.d.
16 8 National Youth Organization; 1947-1948
16 9 National Boys Work Committee; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 10 "O"; 1947-1948
16 11 "P"; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 12 Public Relations Conference; 1948
16 13 "R"; 1945-1948
16 14 Radio Station HCJB; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 15 "S"; 1947-1948
16 16 "T"; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 17 "U"; 1947, n.d.
16 18 "V"; 1947-1948
16 19 "W-X-Y-Z"; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 20 Westmont College; 1947-1948, n.d.
16 21 Expense Sheets; 1947
16 22 Finances; 1945-1948, n.d.
16 23 Guideposts Magazine; 1948
16 24 Bob Jones University; 1948-1949
16 25 William Jennings Bryan University; 1948-1940
16 26 "C"; 1948-1949
16 27 Cathedral Caravan; 1948-1949, n.d.
16 28 China Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; 1948-1949
16 29 Christ for America; 1948-1949
16 30 "D"; 1948-1949
16 31 "E"; 1948-1949
16 32 Ellis Franklin; 1948-1949
16 33 Emmanuel Mission; 1948-1949
16 34 Friends of Christian College; 1948-1949
16 35 "G"; 1948-1949
16 36 "H"; 1948-1949
16 37 Houghton College; 1948-1949
16 38 "I"; 1948-1949
16 39 "J-N"; 1948-1949
16 40 National Boy's Work Committee; 1948-1949
16 41 "O-R"; 1948-1949
16 42 "S"; 1948-1949
16 43 Scholarships; 1947-1949
16 44 "V-Z"; 1948-1949
16 45 Voice of Andes; 1948-1949
16 46 Wheaton College; 1948- 1949, n.d.
16 47 National Temperance Movement; 1948- 1949
16 48 Public Relations Conference Notes; 1948
16 49 "A-B"; 1949
16 50 "A"; 1949-1950, n.d.
16 51 Afghan Institute of Technology; 1949, n.d.
16 52 "B"; 1949-1950
16 53 "C"; 1949-1950, n.d.
16 54 Christ for America; 1949-1950
16 55 Christian Educational Institutions; 1950
16 56 "E-F"; 1949-1950
16 57 Ellis, Franklin; 1949
16 58 Emmanuel Mission; 1949-1950
16 59 "B-I"; 1949-1950
16 60 Hansen, Ken; 1947-1949
16 61 Houghton College; 1949-1950
17 1 "M-Z"; 1949-1950
17 2 Segura, Francisco; 1949-1950
17 3 Wheaton College; 1949-1950
17 4 "A-C"; 1950-1951
17 5 Cathedral Caravan; 1950-1951
17 6 Christ for America; 1950-1951
17 7 "D"; 1950-1951
17 8 "E"; 1950-1951
17 9 Ellis, Franklin P.; 1950-1951
17 10 "F"; 1950-1951
17 11 "G"; 1950-1951
17 12 "H"; 1950-1951, n.d.
17 13 Houghton College; 1950-1951
17 14 "I"; 1950-1951
17 15 "K"; 1950-1951, n.d.
17 16 "L"; 1950
17 17 Latin American Mission; 1950-1951
17 18 "M"; 1950-1951
17 19 "Mc"; n.d.
17 20 "N"; 1950-1951
17 21 "P"; 1950-1951
17 22 "R"; 1950-1951
17 23 "S"; 1950-1951
17 24 "T"; 1950-1951
17 25 "U"; n.d.
17 26 "V"; 1951
17 27 "W"; 1950-1951
17 28 "X-Y-Z"; 1950-1951
17 29 "A"; 1951-1952
17 30 "B"; 1951-1952
17 31 "C"; 1951-1952
17 32 Christ for America; 1951-1952, n.d.
17 33 Christian Educational Institutions; 1951-1952
17 34 Christian Students Supported; 1952
17 35 "D"; 1951-1952
17 36 "E"; 1951-1952
17 37 "F"; 1951-1952
17 38 "G"; 1951-1952
17 39 "H"; 1951-1952
17 40 Financial Report-Houghton College; 1951-1952
17 41 "I"; 1951-1952
17 42 "K-L"; 1951-1952
17 43 Latin America Mission; 1952
17 44 Latta; F.E.; 1948-1952, n.d.
17 45 "M-N"; 1951-1952
17 46 National Association of Christian Schools; 1951-1952
17 47 "P-R"; 1951-1952
17 48 "S-Z"; 1951-1952
17 49 "A-C"; 1952-1953
17 50 Christ for America; 1952-1953
17 51 Christian Educational Institutions; 1952-1953
17 52 "D-H"; 1952-1953
17 53 Houghton College; 1952-1953
17 54 "I-L"; 1952-1953
17 55 Latin America Mission; 1952-1953
17 56 "M-S"; 1952-1953
17 57 Scholarships; 1952-1953
17 58 "T-Z; 1952-1953
17 59 "A-C"; 1953-1954
18 1 Christ for America; 1953
18 2 Bulletins, Report--Christ for America; 1953-1954
18 3 Christian Educational Institutions; 1953-1954
18 4 Christian Students Supported; 1954
18 5 "D-E-F"; 1953-1954
18 6 "G"; 1954-1954, n.d.
18 7 "H"; 1953-1954
18 8 Houghton College; 1953-1954
18 9 "I"; 1953-1954
18 10 "K-L"; 1953-1954
18 11 "M"; 1953-1954, n.d.
18 12 Methodist Church; 1953-1954
18 13 "N-O-P"; 1953-1954
18 14 "R-S-T"; 1953-1954, n.d.
18 15 "U-V"; 1953-1954, n.d.
18 16 "W"; 1953-1954
18 17 World Evangelical Fellowship; 1953-1954
18 18 "X-Y-Z"; 1953-1954, n.d.
18 19 Administrative Reports-Houghton College; 1954, n.d.
18 20 "A-B-C"; 1952-1954
18 21 Christ for America; 1954-1955
18 22 Christian Educational Institutions; 1954
18 23 Christian Students Supported; 1954
18 24 "D-E-F"; 1954-1955
18 25 "G-H"; 1954-1955
18 26 Houghton College; 1954-1955
18 27 "I-J-K"; 1954-1955
18 28 "L-M"; 1954-1955
18 29 Methodist Church; 1954-1955
18 30 "N"; 1954-1955, n.d.
18 31 "O-P-Q-R"; Jan-1955
18 32 "S"; 1954-1955, n.d.
18 33 "T-U-V"; 1954-1955, n.d.
18 34 "W"; 1954-1955, n.d.
18 35 "X-Y-Z"; 1954-1955
18 36 "B"; 1955-1956
18 37 "C"; 1955-1956
18 38 Reports--Christ for America; 1955-1956
18 39 Christian Educational Institutions; 1955-1956, n.d.
18 40 "D-E-F"; 1955-1956
18 41 "G-H"; 1955-1956
18 42 "I-J-K"; 1955-1956, n.d.
18 43 "L-M"; 1955-1956
18 44 Methodist Church; 1955-1956
18 45 "N-O-P"; 1955-1956
18 46 "R-S"; 1955-1956
18 47 "T"; 1955-1956
18 48 "U-V"; 1955-1956
18 49 "W-X-Y-Z"; 1955-1956
18 50 "A-B-C"; 1956-1957
18 51 Bulletins--Christ for America; 1956-1957
18 52 Christian Educational Institutions; 1956-1957
18 53 "D-E-F-G"; 1956-1957
18 54 "H-I-J"; 1956-1957, n.d.
18 55 "K-L"; 1956-1957
19 1 "M"; 1956-1957
19 2 Methodist Church; 1956
19 3 "N-O-P-Q"; 1956-1957
19 4 "R-S-T"; 1956-1957, n.d.
19 5 "U-V-W"; 1956-1957
19 6 "X-Y-Z"; 1956-1957
19 7 Audit--Sunday Magazine, Inc.; 1956
19 8 Christian Organizations--Reference Material; 1956-1961, n.d.
19 9 "A-B"; 1957-1958
19 10 "C"; 1957-1958
19 11 Bulletins--Christ for America; 1957-1958
19 12 Christian Educational Institutions; 1957-1958, n.d.
19 13 "D-E"; 1957-1958
19 14 "F-G"; 1957-1958
19 15 "H-I-J"; 1957-1958
19 16 "K-L"; 1957-1958
19 17 "M"; 1957-1958, n.d.
19 18 Methodist Church; 1957-1958
19 19 "N-Z"; 1957-1958
19 20 World Vision; 1957-1958
19 21 Youth Haven; 1957
19 22 "A-C"; 1962-1963
19 23 Christ for America; 1958-1959
19 24 Christian Educational Institutions; 1958-1959
19 25 Church Federation of Chicago; 1958-1963
19 26 "D-M"; 1958-1959
19 27 Methodist Church; 1958-1959
19 28 "N-Z"; 1958-1959
19 29 Houghton College--Publication; 1958
19 30 "A-C"; 1959-1969
19 31 Christian Educational Institutions; 1959-1960
19 32 "D-M"; 1959-1960
19 33 Methodist church; 1959
19 34 "N-Z"; 1959-1969
19 35 Christian Life Publications, Inc. Auditors Report; 1960
19 36 Cottey College--Minutes of the Board of Trustees; 1960
19 37 Ford Philpot--Reports; 1959-1968, n.d.
19 38 Reference Material
19 39 "A-C"; 1960-1961
19 40 Christian Educational Institutions; 1960-1961
19 41 Cottey College; 1960-1963
19 42 "D-M"; 1960-1961
19 43 Methodist Church; 1960-1961
20 1 "N-Z"; 1960-1961
20 2 Sterling College; 1960-1966
20 3 Church Federation of Chicago--Headquarters proposal; 1961
20 4 National Association of Evangelicals--Public Relations Items; ca. 1961
20 5 Sterling College--Board of Trustees; 1960-1965, n.d.
20 6 "A-C"; 1961-1962
20 7 Chicago Bible Society; 1961-1965
20 8 Chicago Bible Society; 1966-1967, n.d.
20 9 Church Federation of Greater Chicago; 1961-1962
20 10 Cottey College; 1961-1966
20 11 "D-M"; 1961-1962
20 12 "N-Z"; 1961-1962
20 13 Scripture Union; 1961-1966, n.d.
20 14 "C-Z"; 1962-1963
20 15 "D"; 1962-1969, n.d.
20 16 Ford Philpot; 1962-1965
20 17 Dan Piatt; 1962-1968
20 18 Westmont College; 1962-1967
20 19 Wheaton College; 1962-1969
20 20 Cottey College-Trustees Minutes; Reports, Financial Statements; 1962-1966, n.d.
20 21 National Conference on Religion and Race; 1962-1963, n.d.
21 1 "A-Z"; 1963-1964
21 2 American Institute of Holy Land Studies--Minutes, Reports; 1963-1970, n.d.
21 3 Campus Crusade for Christ, Thiessen, Carole; 1963-1966
21 4 Chicago Bible Society; 1963-1973, n.d.
21 5 Houghton College; 1963-1971
21 6 Huntington College; reports; 1963, n.d.
21 7 Navigators; 1963-1969
21 8 Audit Report-Navigators; 1963-1964, n.d.
21 9 Scripture Union; 1963-1964
21 10 World Vision; 1963-1969
21 11 Navigators--Development Program; 1963
21 12 "A-C"; 1964-1965
21 13 Benson, Ted; 1964-1969, n.d.
21 14 "D-R"; 1963-1965
21 15 Navigators; 1964-1965, n.d.
21 16 Reservations; 1964-1969
21 17 "S-Z"; 1964-1965
21 18 National Association of Evangelicals--Magazine Articles, Information materials; 1964-1974, n.d.
21 19 Navigators--Board Meeting Reports; 1964
21 20 Navigators--Financial Report On Recommendations; 1964
21 21 Navigators--Reports, Manuals; 1964, n.d.
21 22 Northwestern University--Gifts To Northwestern University; 1964-1967
22 1 "A-C"; 1965-1966
22 2 Campus Crusade for Christ; 1965-1971, n.d.
22 3 Christian Life Publications; 1965-1970
22 4 "D-J"; 1965-1966
22 5 Huntington College; 1966
22 6 "K"; 1965-1969
22 7 "K-S"; 1965-1966
22 8 Navigators; 1965-1971, n.d.
22 9 "S"; 1965-1969
22 10 Sterling College; 1965-1966
22 11 "T-Z"; 1965-1966
22 12 Winnipeg Bible College; 1965-1966
22 13 The First National Bank of Chicago--Annual Report; 1965
22 14 InterChurch Ministries--Reports; 1965-1969, n.d.
22 15 National Safety Congress and Exposition--Information Packet; 1965
22 16 Navigators--Financial Report On Examination; 1965
22 17 Scripture Union--Directory, Financial Report; 1965-1974
22 18 Sterling College--Faculty Handbook and Audit Report; 1965-1968
22 19 The Sunday School Times; 1965
22 20 Asbury Theological Seminary--Annual Reports; 1966
22 21 Billy Graham Films--Chicago Area; 1966-1974, n.d.
22 22 "A-C"; 1966-1967
22 23 Asbury Theological Seminary; 1966-1971, n.d.
23 1 Chicago Bible Society; 1966-1971, n.d.
23 2 "G-Z"; 1966-1967
23 3 Hymn Society of America; 1966-1970
23 4 Ford, Philpot; 1966
23 5 "T; 1966-1968
23 6 TEAM; 1966-1969, n.d.
23 7 Sterling College--Board of Trustees; 1966-1971, n.d.
23 8 World Teenage Show--Official Program; 1966
23 9 American Hospital Supply Corporation--Annual Report; 1967
23 10 American Institute of Holy Land Studies--ARIEL; 1967
23 11 Bell, Allyn and Bruce; 1967-1972
23 12 "C"; 1967-1969
23 13 Chicago Bible Society; 1967-1970, n.d.
23 14 Dallas Theological Seminary; 1967-1971
23 15 Evangelism Inc.; 1967-1971, n.d.
23 16 Ford Philpot; 1967
23 17 Protestant Foundation; 1967-1968, n.d.
23 18 Sterling College; 1967-1969
23 19 Trinity College; 1967-1969, n.d.
23 20 "V-Z"; 1967-1969
23 21 Dial-A-Story, Inc.--By Laws, Articles of Incorporation; 1967
23 22 Dial-A-Story, Inc.--Minutes, Board of Directors; 1967-1975
23 23 The First National Bank and Trust Company of Barrington--Accountant's Report; 1967
23 24 Goodwill Industries--Information Packet; 1967-1968
23 25 Hope College--Report; ca. 1967
23 26 Lake Superior State College--Development Report; 1967
23 27 Moody Institute of Science--"Sermons from Science at Expo '67"; 1967
23 28 "A-B"; 1968-1971
23 29 African Enterprise; 1968-1970, n.d.
24 1 Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges--AABC Newsletter; 1975-1976, n.d.
24 2 African Enterprise--Correspondence; 1971
24 3 American Bible Society--Media Relations Kit; "Resurgence '76"; 1976
24 4 American Institute of Holy Land Studies--Brochure; n.d.
24 5 American Institute of Holy Land Studies; 1963-1971, n.d.
24 6 American Institute of Holy Land Studies; 1971-1973
24 7 American Institute of Holy Land Studies; 1973-1974
24 8 American Institute of Holy Land Studies--Young, Dr. Douglas; 1973
24 9 American Institute of Holy Land Studies--Minutes; Reports; 1972-1974, n.d.
24 10 Asbury Theological Seminary--Annual Report; 1971
24 11 Asbury Theological Seminary; 1973-1974
24 12 American Institute of Holy Land Studies; 1968-1974, n.d.
24 13 Barrington College; 1968-1971, n.d.
24 14 "C-D"; 1968-1971
24 15 Campus Crusade for Christ; 1968-1971, n.d.
24 16 Chicago Mayor's Prayer Breakfast; 1969
24 17 Christian Businessmen's Committee; 1968-1971
24 18 Christian Life Publications; 1968-1971, n.d.
24 19 Dial-A-Story, Inc.; 1968-1975, n.d.
24 20 "E-F"; 1970-1971
24 21 "G-H"; 1970-1971
24 22 Griffith, Dean; 1968-1970
24 23 "I-J"; 1970-1971
24 24 Illinois, State of; 1968-1970, n.d.
24 25 InterChurch Ministries; 1968-1970, n.d.
24 26 John Brown University; 1969-1971
24 27 Kendrick, Larry; 1970-1971, n.d.
24 28 "M-N"; 1968-1971
24 29 Navigators; 1968-1973, n.d.
24 30 "O-P"; 1968-1971
24 31 Ford, Philpot; 1968-1971
24 32 "Q-R-S-T"; 1969-1971
24 33 Taylor University; 1969, n.d.
24 34 United Nations Day; 1969-1972
24 35 United States Congressmen; 1968-1975, n.d.
24 36 Walker, Robert; 1969-1971
24 37 World Vision; 1969-1971
24 38 "U-V-W-X-Y-Z"; 1967-1971, n.d.
24 39 Greater Chicago Evangelistic Association--Contribution Survey; 1968-1974
24 40 King's Garden High School--Northwest World Missions Conference; 1968, n.d.
24 41 Servicemaster Industries, Inc.--Annual Reports; 1968-1969
25 1 Asbury Theological Seminary--Development Newsletters; 1971-1973
25 2 Barrington College; 1971-1972, n.d.
25 3 Barrington College--Publications; n.d.
25 4 Bell, Bruce; 1973-1974
25 5 Berkeley Christian Coalition; 1976
25 6 Block, Kenneth; 1969-1970
25 7 Bray, William--Chicago Church News; 1972-1974
25 8 John Brown University--50th Anniversary Book; 1969
25 9 Bryan College; 1970-1971
25 10 Bryan University--Publications; n.d.
25 11 Business and Estate Topics; n.d.
Campus Crusade for Christ:
25 12 Bill Bright; 1970-1971
25 13 1971-1973, n.d.
Prayer Letters:
25 14 "A"; 1975-1976
25 15 "B"; 1975-1976
25 16 "C, D"; 1975-1976
25 17 "E, F"; 1972-1976
25 18 "G"; 1975-1976
25 19 "H, I, J"; 1972-1976
25 20 "K, L"; 1975-1976
25 21 "M"; 1975-1976
25 22 "N, O"; 1975-1976
25 23 "P"; 1975-1976
25 24 "R"; 1976
25 25 "S"; 1975-1976
25 26 "T, U, V"; 1975-1976
25 27 "W"; 1975-1976
25 28 Catholic TV--Newspaper Article, Chicago Tribune; 1976
Chicago Bible Society:
25 29 Also, Tracts, Minutes, Catalogues; 1974-1976, n.d.
25 30 1975-1976, n.d.
25 31 Minutes; 1970-1973, n.d.
25 32 Minutes; 1974-1975
25 33 Minutes; Agendas; 1975-1976
25 34 Chicago Christian Businessmen--Correspondence; 1972-1976, n.d.
25 35 Chicago Christian Industrial League; Correspondence; 1972-1976, n.d.
25 36 Chicago Church Federation--The Businessman's Approach to Greater Chicago's Moral Mobilization; n.d.
25 37 Chicago Church News; 1972-1974
25 38 Chicago Church News; 1973-1975, n.d.
25 39 Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau--Brochures, Photos; 1971-1972
25 40 Chicagoland Camp Meeting Crusade; 1973-1976
25 41 Chicagoland Drug Prevention Program; n.d.
25 42 Chicago Sunday Evening Club--Programs; 1970-1971, n.d.
25 43 Chicago Urban Program--Banks, Melvin E.; 1970-1973
25 44 Chick Publications--"Operation Someday Cares"; ca. 1974
25 45 Christian Businessman's Committee; 1971-1973, n.d.
25 46 Christian Businessmen--Newsletters; 1974-1976
25 47 Christian Camping International: Newsletter, brochures; 1973-1976, n.d.
25 48 Christian Campus--Brochures; 1970-1974, n.d.
25 49 Christian Citizen--Parker, Donald M.; 1975
25 50 Christian College Consortium; 1972
25 51 Christian College, South Africa; 1971-1974
25 52 Christian Industrial League; 1976
Christian Information Service, Inc. (CIS):
25 53 Constitution; n.d.
25 54 1972-1976, n.d.
25 55 Long-term Projects; 1973-1975, n.d.
25 56 News Releases; 1973-1974, n.d.
25 57 Christian Laymen of Chicago; 1973
25 58 Christian Laymen of Chicago; 1974-1976, n.d.
25 59 Christian Laymen of Chicago--Koinonia pamphlet; n.d.
25 60 Christian Life Magazine; 1976
Christian Life Publications:
25 61 1970-1973
25 62 Walker, Robert; 1971-1972
25 63 McKenzie, Harold; 1971-1972
25 64 Creation House Financial Memos; 1970-1972
25 65 Financial Memos; 1971-1973
25 66 Christian Magazines; Reprints; 1970-1973, n.d.
25 67 Christian Research Institutes--Information Materials; 1971, n.d.
Christian Service Brigade
25 68 Annual Meeting; 1974
25 69 Annual Meeting; 1975
25 70 Annual Reports; Venture; 1962-1971, n.d.
25 71 Board of Directors Meeting; 1976
Correspondence
82 1 1941
82 2 1942
82 3 1943
82 4 1944
82 5 1945
82 6 1946
82 7 1947
83 1 1948
83 2 1949
83 3 1950
83 4 1951
83 5 1952
83 6 1953
83 7 1954
83 8 1955
83 9 1956
83 10 1957
83 11 1958
83 12 1959
84 1 1960
84 2 1961
84 3 1962
84 4 1963-1967
84 5 1968
84 6 1969
84 7 1970
84 8 1971
85 1 1972
85 2 1973
85 3 1974
25 72 1974-1976, n.d.
85 4 Miscellaneous; 1959-1972
25 73 Publications; n.d.
85 5 Sample Newsletters, Brochures; 1944-1946, n.d.
85 6 Christian Services, Inc., n.d.
26 1 Christian Television--Correspondence; 1974-1975, n.d.
226 2 Christian World Liberation Front--Newsletter, Correspondence; 1973-1976, n.d.
26 3 Church Federation of Chicago--Newspaper article; 1973-1976, n.d.
26 4 The Coffeehouse Ministries--Starting Packet; n.d.
26 5 Consortium Press--Survey Sheet; n.d.
26 6 Continental Congress on the Family--Presentation to Christian Workers Foundation; 1975
88 1 Correspondence--General Secretary Larry S. Kendrick; 1959-1977
26 7 Council for Community Services--Council Report, Chicago; 1975
Creation House, Inc.
26 8 Audit Report; 1971
26 9 Audit Report; 1971
26 10 Board Minutes; 1970-1972
26 11 Book Publishing; n.d.
26 12 Correspondence, Share-holders; 1972
Financial and Operating Statements:
26 13 Dec 1970
26 14 Mar 1971
26 15 Jun 1971
26 16 Sep 1971
26 17 Jun 1972
26 18 Financial Reports; Mar-Apr 1972
26 19 Financial Report; Dec 1972
26 20 Financial Statement; Sep 1972
26 21 Christian Life Publications--Proposed Merger; 1972
26 22 Dallas Bible College--Correspondence, Doiron, Dr. U.A.; 1975
26 23 Dallas Seminary--Correspondence, Walvoord, John F.; 1971-1973
26 24 Dallas Seminary--Correspondence; Walvoord, John F. and Rutenbar, George H.; 1973-1974
26 25 Dallas Seminary; n.d.
26 26 Decision Magazine, Billy Graham Calendar; 1974
Dial-A-Story Inc.:
26 27 Correspondence, Humphries, Chester L.; 1973-1975
26 28 Counselor, "stories by Telephone"; 1970, n.d.
26 29 Financial Reports; 1975, n.d.
26 30 Materials; 1969-1973, n.d.
26 31 Minutes, Board of Directors; 1974-1976
26 32 Evangelical Child and Family Agency--Correspondence; 1975
26 33 Evangelical Church Alliance--Newsletters; 1974-1975
26 34 Evangelical Ministers Association--Correspondence; n.d.
26 35 Evangelical Teacher Training Association--Correspondence, Pamphlets; 1975-1976; n.d.
26 36 Evangelical Explosion--Newsletters; 1974-1976, n.d.
26 37 Evangelism, Inc.--Correspondence; McGuill, Larry; 1971-1972
26 38 Evangelistic Association of New England--Correspondence, Newsletters; 1974-1976, n.d.
26 39 Evangelistic Association of New England--Newsletters, Pamphlets; ca. 1975
26 40 Evangelism Forum--Correspondence, Nelson, Victor B.; 1974-1975
26 41 Explo '72--Correspondence; 1971-1972
26 42 Faith at Work Seminary Ministry--Personnel reports; 1970-1972, n.d.
26 43 Faith at Work Seminary Ministry; 1975-1976
26 44 Fellowship of Christian Athletes--Correspondence; 1972-1975
26 45 Fishers of Men Organization--Correspondence; 1976
26 46 Foundation for Evangelism--Financial Statements; 1973
26 47 Full Gospel Businessmen--Brochures; 1974-1975, n.d.
26 48 God's Love in Action--Sammy Tippit; n.d.
26 49 Gospel Communications--Correspondence; 1972-1973
26 50 Gospel Light Publications--Catalogues; 1973-1974
26 51 Governor's Conference on Youth--Correspondence; 1972
Greater Chicago Evangelistic Association:
26 52 Annual Meeting; 1971
26 53 Area Crusades; 1972-1974, n.d.
26 54 Board members; 1973-1975
26 55 Brochure; 1975, n.d.
26 56 Budget; 1975-1976
26 57 Correspondence; 1970-1976
26 58 Crusade Agenda; 1975
26 59 Film Ministry; 1973-1975, n.d.
26 60 Future Projections; 1975
26 61 Larry Kendrick's meeting notes; 1975
26 62 Mailings; 1971-1975
26 63 Mailings--Larry S. Kendrick; 1975-1976
26 64 Meeting Place Arrangements; 1975.
26 65 Minutes; 1975-1976
26 66 Name Change; 1973
26 67 Questionnaire; 1975
26 68 Reorganizational Recommendations; n.d.
26 69 Conventions; 1974-1975, n.d.
26 70 Promotional materials; 1974-1976, n.d.
26 71 "The Hiding Place"--Film; 1974-1975
26 72 Huntington College--Publications, n.d.
26 73 Illinois Council of Churches--Correspondence; 1970, n.d.
26 74 Illinois, State of--Correspondence; 1971-1972
26 75 Institute for American Church Growth--Correspondence; 1975
26 76 Institute in Basic Youth Conflicts--Bill Gothard; 1971
26 77 Institute in Basic Youth Conflicts--Brochures; ca. 1973
26 78 Interlink--Information Packet; ca. 1973
26 79 International Christian Leadership--Correspondence; 1953-1970
26 80 International Congress on World Evangelism--Correspondence; 1973-1974
26 81 International Prayer Fellowship--Correspondence; 1972
26 82 Japan Christian College--Hoke, Donald E.; 1965
26 83 Bob Jones University--Publications; n.d.
26 84 L'Abri Fellowship--Correspondence; 1974
26 85 Language Institute for Evangelism--Correspondence, Reports; 1970-1976, n.d.
27 1 LaSalle St. Church--Correspondence; 1973-1976, n.d.
27 2 Lay Evangelism Inc.--News bulletins; 1974-1976, n.d.
27 3 Lilly Endowment; Inc.--Correspondence; 1976
27 4 Link-Care--Correspondence; 1969-1971
27 5 Literature Distribution--Correspondence; 1970-1971
27 6 Logos Book Store--Correspondence; 1974
27 7 Marc Publications-Newsletter; 1976, n.d.
27 8 Miscellaneous Tracts, Pamphlets; n.d.
27 9 Missionary Tech. Team--Fund Raising Presentation; 1970-1976, n.d.
Moody Bible Institute:
27 10 Annual Report; 1973
27 11 Correspondence; 1970
27 12 Films; 1972-1973
27 13 Publications; n.d.
27 14 Moody Book Store--Catalogue; n.d.
27 15 Moody Church--Correspondence; 1971
27 16 Moody Radio--WMBI; 1974-1976
27 17 Mount Hermon--Correspondence; 1974-1976
27 18 Mount Hermon--The Log; 1974-1976, n.d.
27 National Association of Evangelicals:
27 19 Chicago Area; 1972
27 20 Correspondence; 1972, n.d.
27 21 Leadership Board; n.d.
27 22 Organization Structure; n.d.
27 23 Newsletters; 1972-1976, n.d.
27 24 Profile; 1973-1976
27 25 Social Concern Statements; n.d.
27 26 National Black Evangelistic Association--Correspondence; 1976
27 27 National Methodist Foundation for Christian Higher Education--Information Materials; n.d.
27 28 National Sunday School Association--Informational Materials; 1971-1975, n.d.
27 29 The Navigators--Correspondence; 1971-1972
27 30 Navigators--"Decade of Development"; 1974
27 31 Neighborhood Bible Studies--Bible Study Guides; n.d.
27 32 Neighborhood Bible Studies--Correspondence; 1973-1975
27 33 New England Evangelistic Association--Correspondence; 1974-1975
27 34 New Life for Vietnamese Committee--Correspondence, Newsletters; 1975, n.d.
27 35 North Park College and Seminary--Correspondence, brochures; 1970-1976
27 36 Northern Baptist Seminary--The Northern; 1975-1976, n.d.
88 2 Office Procedures Survey; 1972
27 37 Open Air Campaigners--Newsletters; 1974-1976
27 38 Pace Institute--Newsletter; 1974, n.d.
27 39 Pacific Garden Mission--Correspondence; 1975-1976
27 40 Bill Pearce Associates--Correspondence; 1974
27 41 Ford Philpot--Annual Report; 1973
27 42 Ford Philpot--Correspondence; 1970-1972, n.d.
27 43 Ford Philpot--An Evangelistic Crusade with the Ford Philpot Evangelistic Association, Inc; n.d.
27 44 A Pictorial Review of the Billy Graham Ministries; 1970
Pioneer Girls:
Correspondence:
86 1 1943-1949
86 2 1951-1956
86 3 1957-1958
86 4 1958-1959
86 5 1962-1969
86 6 1969-1974
86 7 Albright, Patricia; 1949
86 8 Montague, Elizabeth C.; 1949-1950
86 9 Literature; 1949-1950
86 10 Miscellaneous; 1943-1944, n.d.
86 11 Miscellaneous; 1944-1945
86 12 North Star Center Camp; ca. 1966
Printed Materials:
87 1 1945-1946
87 2 1946-1947
87 3 1947-1948
87 4 1947-1950
87 5 1948-1949
87 6 1950-1951
87 7 1951-1952
87 8 1953-1955
87 9 N.d.
27 45 Publications; n.d.
27 46 The Plymouth Foundation--Correspondence, Ahlstrom, Tony; 1976, n.d.
27 47 Prayer Breakfasts--Correspondence; 1970
27 48 Projects--Kendricks, Larry S.; 1975
27 49 Protestant Foundation--Correspondence; 1970-1972, n.d.
27 50 Regent College--Correspondence; 1969-1971
27 51 Regent College--Correspondence; 1972-1977, n.d.
27 52 Regent College--Monday Morning Memo Brochures; 1971-1973
27 53 Right On--Correspondence; 1975, n.d.
27 54 Roosevelt University--Brochures; n.d.
27 55 Salvation Army--Correspondence; 1971-1976, n.d.
27 56 Scripture Press--Buyer's Guide, Promotional Materials; 1973, n.d.
27 57 Scripture Press Publications, Inc.--The Challenge of Teaching Senior Highs; n.d.
27 58 Scripture Press Publications, Inc.--Newsletters; 1971-1972, n.d.
27 59 Scripture Union--Case Statement; 1969-1971, n.d.
27 60 Scripture Union--Correspondence; 1971-1973
27 61 Seattle Pacific College--Publication, n.d.
27 62 Seekers Christian Fellowship--Correspondence; 1971, n.d.
27 63 Seminary Seventy--Final Registrants Lists; 1970, n.d.
27 64 Serendipity--Coleman, Lyman; 1974-1977, n.d.
27 65 Shalom International--Public Relations; 1970-1971, n.d.
27 66 Short Terms Abroad--Opportunities Directory; 1971, n.d.
27 67 Tom Skinner--Correspondence; 1971-1972
27 68 Tom Skinner--Correspondence; 1973-1974
27 69 Tom Skinner Crusades--Fellowship Letters; 1970-1974, n.d.
27 70 Sky Ranches, Inc.--Information Packet, n.d.
27 71 Slavic Gospel Association--Correspondence; 1969-1970
27 72 Slavic Gospel Association--Correspondence; 1971
27 73 Slavic Gospel Association--Newsletters; 1969-1973, n.d.
27 74 Southside Crusade for Christ--Correspondence
27 75 Spanish Evangelical Association--Correspondence; 1975-1976, n.d.
Sterling College:
27 76 Board of Trustees; 1969-1970
27 77 Correspondence; 1971-1973
28 1 Newsletters; 1970-1974
28 2 Reports; 1969-1970
28 3 Reports; Jan-1971, n.d.
28 4 Stony Brook School; 1970-1972
28 5 Stony Brook School--Publications; n.d.
28 6 Success with Youth--Catalogs, Promotional Materials; 1975-1976, n.d.
28 7 Success with Youth--Seed Catalog; n.d.
28 8 Sudan Interior Mission--Correspondence; 1969
28 9 "T"--Correspondence; 1969-1973
28 10 Taylor University--Correspondence; 1970-1974, n.d.
28 11 Taylor University--Master Plan and Economic Study; 1970
28 12 Taylor University--Taylor University Magazine; 1970-1974
28 13 TEAM--Correspondence; 1970-1972, n.d.
28 14 TEAM--Correspondence; 1973
28 15 TEAM--The Evangelical Church Alliance Evangel; 1971-1972
28 16 Teen Challenge--Bulletins; 1970-1972, n.d.
28 17 Teen Challenge--New York Challenge, Other Materials; 1970-1976, n.d.
28 18 "Time to Run"--Report; 1974, n.d.
28 19 Tokyo Christian College--Correspondence; Hoke, Donald E.; 1971-1972
28 20 Tokyo Youth Crusade '73--Correspondence; 1973
28 21 Trinity--Correspondence; 1970-1974, n.d.
28 22 Trinity--Extensions; n.d.
28 23 Trinity--Identity Workshop; 1971
28 24 United States--Presidents, Governors, etc; 1974-1975, n.d.
28 25 Universal Christian Movement--Correspondence; 1970-1971
28 26 Urban Literature Distribution--Scrapbook; n.d.
28 27 Urban Ministries, Inc.--Correspondence; 1972-1976, n.d.
28 Urban Outreach:
28 28 Correspondence; 1971-1973, n.d.
28 29 Correspondence; 1973-1974
28 30 Informational Materials; n.d.
28 31 Materials; 1972-1975, n.d.
28 32 Programs Outlined; 1972, n.d.
28 33 Reports; 1972-1973
28 34 Voice of Calvary--Correspondence, Information Materials; 1970-1976, n.d.
28 35 Walgreen, Charles R. Jr.--Correspondence; 1971
28 36 Washington Bible College--Correspondence, Tidings; 1971-1972
28 37 Westmont College--Correspondence, Newspaper; 1970
28 38 Westmont College--Newspaper; 1972
28 Wheaton College:
28 39 Bulletin of Wheaton College, Correspondence; 1970-1973, n.d.
28 40 Correspondence; 1970-1973
28 41 Correspondence; Playboy Ad
28 42 Publications; n.d.
28 43 WMBI--Correspondence; 1971
28 44 World Opportunities--Correspondence; 1973
28 45 World Opportunities--Correspondence; 1973-1974, n.d.
28 46 World Opportunities, Inc.--Informational materials; n.d.
28 47 World Vision--Correspondence; 1971-1973, n.d.
28 48 World Vision--Project R.E.A.L. Proposal; 1973
28 49 World Vision--Publications; 1970-1973, n.d.
28 50 World Wide Pictures--Correspondence; 1974-1975
E. Chicago Evangelistic Institute
Correspondence:
28 51 And Photo-reports; 1933-1942
28 52 And Reports, Promotional Pieces; 1938-1942, n.d.
28 53 Staff; 1941-1945
28 54 And Annual Reports; 1945-1946
28 55 Taylor, H. J.--Resignation; 1947-1949
28 56 And Reports; 1944-1945
28 57 Corporate Record, Correspondence, Promotion Pieces; 1941-1949, n.d.
28 58 World Assembly of Evangelicals: Minutes; 1949-1950
F. Child Evangelism
29 1 Agendas and Minutes of Meetings
29 2 Audit--International; 1960
29 3 1961 Audit and Jan.-Mar. 1961 Financial Report; 1961
29 4 CEF Family Bulletins--National; 1958-1960
29 5 Child Evangelism; 1964-1964
29 6 Child Evangelism; Founder's Issue; 1964
29 Correspondence:
29 7 1946-1952
29 8 1958-1960, n.d.
29 9 1961-1962
29 10 1963-1965
29 11 California Office; 1954-1954
29 12 Chicago; 1942-1942
29 13 Chicago; 1949-1950
Domestic and Foreign Groups:
29 14 1954-1955
29 15 1955-1956
29 16 1956-1957
29 17 1957-1958
29 18 1949-1953
29 19 1958-1959
29 20 Foreign and U.S.A. Groups; 1959-1960
29 21 Gerdes, Roland; 1971-1973
29 22 Hitchcock, Mrs.; Jan-1959
29 23 Institute; 1960-1961
International:
29 24 1949-1950
29 25 1952-1953
29 26 1955-1956
29 27 1956-1957
29 28 1958-1959
29 29 1961-1968
29 30 1959-1961
29 31 International Institute; 1959
29 32 Joy Cottage; 1939-1947
29 33 Joy Cottage; 1950-1951
29 34 Joy Cottage/Esther Ohs; 1949-1950
29 35 Michigan Incorporation; 1960-1961
29 36 Re. Trude, Earle; 1953-1956
National:
30 1 1950-1951
30 2 1953-1955
30 3 1955-1956, n.d.
30 4 1956-1959
30 5 1959-1960
30 6 1960-1963
30 7 1969-1972
30 8 National Administration; 1952-1953
30 9 National and International; 1943-1971
30 10 Ohs, Esther; 1966-1967
30 11 Overholtzer, I. Irvin; 1948-1949
30 12 Personnel; 1959-1961, n.d.
30 13 Taylor, H. J.; 1973-1974
30 14 U.S. and Foreign Groups; 1960-1961
30 15 U.S.A.; 1951-1952
Directors Report--International:
30 16 1955-1956
30 17 1957
30 18 1957-1958
30 19 1958
30 20 1959
30 21 Finance Committee Reports--National Admin.; 1953-1954
30 22 Financial Correspondence--International; 1953-1954
30 23 Financial Reports; 1961
30 24 Financial Reports--National; 1952-1954
30 25 Financial Statements; 1946-1952
30 26 Form Letters, Financial Statements--International; 1945-1945
30 27 Form Letters, Financial Statements--International; 1945-1946, n.d.
30 28 Form Letters and Reports--National and International; 1958-
30 29 Institute Committee Minutes--International; 1960
30 30 Institute Committee Minutes--International; 1964
30 31 International Conference; 1968
30 32 Correspondence--Mann, Dr. Frank; 1957-1970
30 33 Materials and Correspondence--Domestic and Foreign Local Groups; 1952-1954
30 34 Meeting Minutes--National; 1953-1954
30 35 Meeting Minutes--National and International; 1958-1962
31 1 Minutes--National Office Plans; 1958
31 2 Minutes of Meetings; 1957-1961, n.d.
31 3 Miscellaneous--National and International; 1949-1960, n.d.
31 4 Model Camping Complex Fund Campaign; 1969
31 5 Model Children's Camp; 1964-1970
31 6 Model Children's Camp Report; 1967
31 7 A Modern Weeping Prophet, by I. I. Overholtzer, draft
31 8 A Modern Weeping Prophet, by I. I. Overholtzer, draft (Copy II)
31 9 Monthly Financial Reports--National; 1954-1954
31 10 National Administration with Financial Statements; 1951-1952
31 11 National Committee Minutes; 1958-1961, n.d.
31 12 Newsletters--Local and State Director; 1952-1953
31 13 Newsletters--Local and State; 1953-1954
31 14 Non-Denominational Youth Movements; 1960
31 15 Petty Cash Receipts; 1939
31 16 Publications
31 17 Reports; 1959-1962
31 18 Sources of Contributors; 1957-1960
31 19 Special Financial Meetings--National; 1953-1954
31 20 Special Mailings--Records; 1954-1954, n.d.
31 21 Staff Correspondence--National; 1952-1954
31 22 Summer Ministries Kit; 1961
31 23 Support Letter--G. Swensen and J. Anderson; 1973
31 24 Support Letters; 1973-1974
G. Fuller Theological Seminary
Board of Trustees Materials:
32 1 1955-1962
32 2 1962-1967
32 3 1967-1970
32 4 1971-1974
Board of Trustees Meetings:
32 5 1952-1953
32 6 1954-1962
32 7 Apr-Sep 1963
32 8 Oct 4-5, 1963
32 9 1963-1964
32 10 Oct 12, 1964
32 11 Nov 30-1, 1964
32 12 1965
32 13 1966
32 14 Sep 1968
32 15 1966-1968.
32 16 Mar-Jun 1969
32 17 Oct 14-15, 1969
32 18 Mar 31-Apr 1, 1970
33 1 Jun-Oct 1970
33 2 Mar 25-26, 1971
33 3 Jun-Nov 1971
33 4 Apr-Aug 1972
33 5 Nov 14, 1972
33 6 Jun-Jul 1973
33 7 Oct 8-9, 1973
33 8 Dec 3-4, 1973
33 9 Feb 4-5, 1974
33 10 Apr 16, 1974
33 11 1952-1953
33 12 By Laws; 1952
Correspondence:
33 13 Andonov, Nick; 1965-1968
33 14 Blackwelder, William Dean; 194--1949
33 15 Burr, Larry; 1969-1971
33 16 Carnell, Edward John; 1954-1959
33 17 Curley, Richard; 1949-1971
33 18 Ferguson, Charles; 1967-1970
33 19 Fuller, Dr. Charles; 1944-1948
33 20 Fuller, Charles; 1949-1967
33 21 Fuller, Dan; 1950-1974
33 22 General; 1948-1976
33 23 Hubbard, David; 1963-1974
33 24 Lindsell, Harold; 1948-1963
33 25 Ockenga, Harold; 1947-1968
33 26 Ortlip, Willard; 1947-1950
33 27 Revival Hour Night; 1942-1943, n.d.
33 28 Smith, Wilbur; 1947-1950
33 29 Weber, R. Donald; 1959-1966
33 30 Weyerhauser, C. Davis; 1961-1972
34 1 Cross and Shield 1958
34 2 Financial Statements; 1954-1963
34 3 Financial Statements; 1964-1970
34 4 Financial Statements; 1971-1973
34 5 Fuller Seminary Dinners Materials; 1958-1960, n.d.
34 6 Fuller Seminary Dinners Materials; 1962-1968
34 7 Fund Raising Campaign Materials; 1960-1966
34 8 Fund Raising Campaign Materials; 1967-1970, n.d.
34 9 Heart to Heart Newsletter; 1948-1950
34 10 Mount Hermon Conference Program; 1964
34 11 Publications; 1948-1969
34 12 Publications; n.d.
34 13 Tuition Scholarships; 1947
34 14 Winona Lake School of Theology Materials; 1944-1970, n.d.
H. Billy Graham Crusades
Correspondence
35 1 1960-1962
35 2 1963-May 1971
35 3 Aug-Dec 1971, n.d.
35 4 A-G, Chicago Executive Committee 1957-1961
35 5 R-Z, Chicago Executive Committee 1957-1961
35 6 And Financial Records; 1962
35 7 And Planning; 1961-1962
35 8 And Results-Crusade Survey: 1963
35 9 Annual Meeting; 1971, n.d.
35 10 Area Crusades; 1972-1973
35 11 Area 8 Ministers; 1971
35 12 Arrangements; 1968-1969
35 13 Barr, David M.; 1965-1967
35 14 Billy Graham Association; 196--1974, n.d.
35 15 Burns Special Services; 1971
35 16 Chicago Cancellation; 1965; 1964-1979, n.d.
35 17 Chicago Crusade; 1962-1970
Chicago Crusade:
35 18 1970, n.d.
35 19 1971
35 20 1974, n.d.
35 21 1975
35 22 Chicago Meeting Places; 1961, n.d.
35 23 Christian Enterprise Foundation; 1967, n.d.
35 24 Christian Organizations; 195--1961
35 25 Christian Schools; 1960-1961
35 26 Christmas Greeting; 1971
35 27 Church Bodies; 1959-1960
35 28 Church Federation of Greater Chicago; 1956-1961, n.d.
35 29 Concerts; 1971
35 30 Conrad Hilton; 1970
35 31 Contribution Solicitation; 1961
35 32 Counselor; 1962-1966, n.d.
35 33 Cousins, Jack; 1970-1974
35 34 Crusade Wrap-up; 1971
35 35 1959-1966, n.d.
35 36 DeKruyter, Arthur H.; 1971-1972
35 37 Donor Acknowledgements; 196--1961
35 38 DuPage County Crusades; 1968
35 39 Elgin Crusade; 1973
35 40 Endorsement Committee; 195--1961, n.d.
35 41 Endorsement Committee; 1962, n.d.
35 42 Endorsement Committee; 196--1970
35 43 Endorsement Dinner; 1961, n.d.
35 44 Equipment Sales; 1961-1962
35 45 Executive Committee; 1970-1971
35 46 Executive Committee Members; 1964-1968
35 47 1970
35 48 Financial Reports; 1971, n.d.
35 49 Financial Statements; 1968-1972, n.d.
35 50 Form-letters; 1959-1961, n.d.
General:
35 51 1959-1961
36 1 1962-1962
36 2 1962-1971, n.d.
36 3 1963-1970, n.d.
36 4 1971-1973, n.d.
36 5R Graham, Billy; 1953-1972
36 6 Graham Staff; 1959-1961
36 7 Graham Reports; 1967-1970
36 8 Graham Team; 1975
36 9 Gray, Rev. Robert D.; 1971-1972
36 10 Griffith, Dean L.; 1973
36 11 Haqq, Akbar; 1969-1969
36 12 Headquarters; 1964-1970
36 13 Headquarters; 1969
36 14 Health Insurance; 1970-1971
36 15 Inter-Church Ministries; 1964-1969
36 16 Layman, Forrest; 1964-1973
36 17 Laymen's Committee; 1958-1960
36 18 Laymen's Committee; 1960-1961, n.d.
36 19 Laymen's Exec. Comm. and Minister's Advisory; 1958-1961
36 20 Lee, Ed; 1965-1970
36 21 Legal; 1959-1961
36 22 Legal; Arlington Park; 1962-1964
36 23 Letters of Receipt; 1971
36 24 Letters to Friends; 1964-1967
36 25 McCormick Place; 1962-1971
36 26 McCormick Place; 1963-1967
36 27 McCormick Place; 1965-1970
36 28 McKinney, Mrs. Ruth; 1968
36 29 Mailing Lists; 1968-1969
36 30 Mills, Wesley K.; 1966-1967
36 31 Mills, Wesley K.; 1971
36 32 Milwaukee Reachout; 1973
36 33 Ministers; 1960-1961
36 34 Ministers; 1962
36 35 Ministers/Churches; 1957-1961
36 36 Myers, William R.; 1971
36 37 Near-Southside Crusade; 1963-1968
36 38 New York; 1969, n.d.
36 39 Northwest Area Crusade; 1963-1964
36 40 Office Furniture; 1961-1962
36 41 Philadelphia Crusade; 1957-1968
36 42 Planning and Glen Eyrie Purchase; 1953-1955
36 43 Pollack; Mrs. Kay; 1971-1972, n.d.
36 44 Potential Counselors; 1971
36 45 Prayer Groups; 1969
36 46 Premiere Preparation; 1965, n.d.
36 47 Promotion Pieces, Graham Films; 1960-1961
36 48 Prospects; 1969
36 49 Reservations; 1963
36 50 Riggs, Charles; 1971-1972
36 51 Rockford Reachout; 1973
36 52 Shea, George Beverly; 1954-1965
36 53 Smyth, Rev. Walter; 1962-1970
36 54 Smyth, Walter; 1970-1972
36 55 Special Gifts; 1970-1971
36 56 Special Meetings; 1961-1962
36 57 Suburban Crusade; 1972
36 58 Summer Outreach; -1969
36 59 Swanson, H.G.; 1970-1971, n.d.
36 60 Taylor, H.J.; 1957-1959
36 61 Taylor, H.J.; 1970
36 62 Taylor, H.J.; 1971-1974
36 63 Team Office; 1964-1968
36 64 Tom Skinner Crusade; 1969-1970
36 65 Brochure--Two A Penny; n.d.
36 66 Two A Penny; 1968
36 67 Watson, Richard H.; 1966-1967
36 68 Wells, Mrs. Betty; 1965-1970
37 1 Wells, Mrs. Betty; 1968-1975
37 2 West Side Crusade; Downers Grove; 1967
37 3 Wilson, George; 1963-1972
37 4 Women's Home Prayer Program; 1971
37 5 World Wide Pictures; 1963-1969, n.d.
Accommodations and Facilities
37 6 Amphitheatre; 1961, n.d.
37 7 Hotels; 1958-1961
37 8 McCormick Place; 1958-1961
37 9 Metropolitan Fair and Exposition Authority; 1962
37 10 Soldier Field; 1959-1961
37 11 Team Office; 1961
37 12 Address list; n.d.
37 13 Addresses--Graham Association; 1970
37 14 Agenda--Chicago Executive Committee; 1956-1961
37 15 Agenda--Chicago Executive Committee; 1962-1968
37 16 Analysis of Crusade Decisions--Chicago Crusade; 1964
37 17 Areas--Chicago; n.d.
37 18 Arrangements--Chicago Crusade; 1971
37 19 Better Press Relations for Evangelical Churches--N.A.E.; 1959
37 20 Bible Study Counsels--Chicago Crusade; 1966-1971, n.d.
37 21 Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Materials--Samples; 1961, n.d.
37 22 Black Population--Chicago Area; 1961
37 23 Book Table; 1971
37 24 Chicago Area Church list--Protestant and Orthodox; n.d.
37 25 Chicago Crusade News--Chicago Crusades; 1971
37 26 Chicago Maps and Postal Zone Directory; n.d.
37 27 List--Child Counselors; n.d.
37 28 Church Lists--Chicago area; n.d.
37 29 Church Questionnaires--Re: Chicago Crusade 1962
37 30 Clippings--Newspapers and Magazine; 1961-1968
37 31 Committee List; n.d.
37 32 Correction Reports--Church Federation Directory; 1959-1961
37 33 Crusade Councils--Women, Laymen, Ministers; 1970, n.d.
37 34 Crusade materials for 1971; 1962-1971, n.d.
37 35 Crusade Organization Materials--From Graham Headquarters; n.d.
37 36 Crusade Report--Norman Sanders; n.d.
37 37 1962 Crusade Reports; 1963, n.d.
37 38 Crusade Reports--Visitation Committee; 1971
37 39 Decision statistics--Chicago Crusade; 1971
37 40 Directories--Church of the Brethren; Illinois and Wisconsin; 1970-1971
37 41 Donors list--A-U; 1971
37 42 Employment Applications; 1970
37 43 Events Calendar; Jan-1971
Executive Committee
37 44 Minutes--Chicago, Illinois; 1960-1961
38 1 Minutes; 1961-1967
38 2 Minutes; 1967-1974
38 3 1970-1973
38 4 Final Report--Chicago Crusade; 1962
38 5 Fireside Meetings--Chicago Hosts; 1960
38 6 Forms and materials--Miami, Florida; 1961, n.d.
38 7 Furniture; 1962
38 8 Furniture Storage--Picked up or shipped
38 9 General; 1961-1971; n.d.
38 10 Instructions Sheet Ushers; 1964
38 11 Job Orders--Illinois Letter Service; 1959-1961
38 12 Labor Record--Andrews-Barlett and Associates, Inc.; 1971
38 13 Laymen's Committee List; n.d.
38 14 Laymen's List--Chicago; 1960, n.d.
Lists:
38 15 Advisors; n.d.
38 16 Churches in Chicago Yellow Pages; n.d.
38 17 Chicago Churches; n.d.
38 18 Chicago Cooperative Churches; n.d.
38 19 Choir; 1971
38 20 Churches outside Chicago; n.d.
38 21 Contributors over $25; 1971
38 22 Co-op Churches outside Chicago; n.d.
38 23 Co-op Churches; 1973.
38 24 Co-op Churches and Institutions; n.d.
38 25 Inquirers; 1971, n.d.
38 26 Language Counselors; n.d.
38 27 Prayer Groups; 1971
38 28 Ushers; 1971
38 29 List and Correction Sheets--Chicago Laymen's Committee; 1960-1961
39 1 List and News Clips--Chicago; 1962
Lists:
39 2 Chicago Crusade; 1965
39 3 Chicago Laymen's Committee; 1958-1961
39 4 Chicago Student Committee; 1961-1962, n.d.
39 5 Counselors and Advisers; n.d.
39 6 Counselors and Advisers; n.d.
39 7 Executive Committee; 1967-1973
39 8 Institutions; n.d.
39 9 Laymen, Laywomen, Ministers; n.d.
39 10 Laymen's Committee; 1960-1964
39 11 Laymen's Committee and Chicago Leaders; 1962
39 12 Prayer Groups and Bible Studies; 1963-1966
39 13 Reception; 1971
39 14 Regular Counselors; n.d.
Mailing lists:
39 15 Chicago Suburbs; n.d.
39 16 Chicago Suburbs (Over 10); n.d.
39 17 Chicago; n.d.
39 18 Chicago area; 1970, n.d.
39 19 Mailings; 1963-1965
Manuals:
39 20 Australian Crusade; 1959
39 21 Chicago Crusade, Book 1; 1962
39 22 Chicago Crusade, Book 2; 1962
40 1 Chicago Crusade, Book 3; 1962
40 2 Chicago Crusade; Book 1; 1971
40 3 Chicago Crusade, Book 2; 1971
40 4 Northwest Area Crusade; 1964
40 5 Manuals and Forms; 1961-1962, n.d.
40 6 Manuals and Instructions; n.d.
40 7 Media Kit--European Congress on Evangelism; 1971
40 8 Meeting Notices--Chicago Executive Committee; 1960-1961
40 9 Meeting Schedules--Minutes; 1971
40 10 Memoranda--McCormick Place; 1967-1971
40 11 Memos--Taylor, Herbert J.; 1959-1970, n.d.
Minutes:
Chicago Executive Committee:
40 12 1959-1961
40 13 1962-1964
40 14 1965-1970
41 1 1971-1973, n.d.
41 2 Northwest Area; 1963- 1964, n.d.
41 3 Northwest Crusade; Jan-1964
41 4 News Clippings; 1960-1961, n.d.
41 5 Newspaper Clippings; 1970-1972
41 6 Newspaper Clippings; 1971-1972, n.d.
41 7 1970 Nominating Committee; 1968-1972, n.d.
41 8 Nurture Groups--Trained leaders; 1971-1972, n.d.
41 9 Nurture Groups--Women's Committee; 1971, n.d.
41 10 Office Operation Procedures; n.d.
41 11 Officers and Committee Members; 1961-1962
41 12 Officers--Chicago Crusade; 1960-1961
41 13 Our Decision; 1968-1970, n.d.
41 14 Pamphlet--Housing; n.d.
41 15 Pastors Lists--Areas 1-6; Chicago; n.d.
41 16 Pastors Lists--Areas 7-12; Chicago; n.d.
41 17 Personal File--Piatt, Dan; 1961-1971
41 18 Personality Profiles--Graham Team; 1960
41 19 Personnel--Prospects; 1970
41 20 Pictorial Report--London Crusade; 1966
41 21 Press Releases; 1960-1961
Promotion:
41 22 Kit--For Pete's Sake; 1966
41 23 Kit--The Restless Ones; 1965
41 24 Materials--Prayer Rally; 1971
41 25 Material--Sacred Concert; 1971
41 26 Material; 1971
41 27 Pieces--Chicago Crusade; 1971
41 28 Pieces; 1972, n.d.
41 29 Prospective Contributors; 1958-1968
Publicity:
41 30 Bulletins; 1961-1962, n.d.
41 31 Christian Press and General; 1957-1960, n.d.
41 32 Graham Association; 1957, n.d.
41 33 News Clips; 1962-1969
Newspaper:
41 34 1957-1961, n.d.
41 35 1962, n.d.
41 36 1971
41 37 1973-1975, n.d.
41 38 Sword of the Lord; 1958-1959, n.d.
41 39 Records--Executive Committee Dinner; 1961
Reports:
41 40 Greater Chicago Evangelistic Association; 1971-1974
41 41 Accident Claims; 1971
41 42 Executive Committee; 1971, n.d.
41 43 Lake County Crusade; 1973-1974
41 44 Office organization--Chicago Crusade; 1970
41 45 Reports--Publicity and Ushering; 1962-1963
41 46 Special Reports--Chicago Executive Committee; 1961
41 47 Staff records; 1961-1975
41 48 Staff responsibilities; n.d.
41 49 Stock and Job Orders; 1959-1960
41 50 Stock and Service--Quotations; 1954-1961
41 51 Telegrams from Billy Graham; 1971
42 1 Ticket Registration--Breakfast; 1960
42 2 United Parcel Service--Information; n.d.
42 3 Volunteer Instructions; n.d.
42 4 1971 Volunteer List A-L--Chicago; n.d.
42 5 1971 Volunteer List M-Z; n.d.
42 6 Weather statistics--Chicago; 1953-1960
42 7 Accounting Work Papers--Wells, Betty; 1970-1972
42 8 April Payments; 1971
42 9 Audit Reports; 1972
42 10 Audit Report--Year end; 1973
42 11 Audit Report--Year end; 1974
42 12 Auditor's Reports--Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusades; 1965-1967
42 13 Auditor's Report--Billy Graham Northwest Area; 1964
42 14 Audits File; 1964-1971
42 15 Budget--Greater Chicago Crusade; n.d.
42 16 Budget; 1971
Canceled Checks--Continental Bank:
42 17 1970
42 18 Jan-May 1971
42 19 Jun-Dec 1971
42 20 1972-1973
42 21 1974-1975
42 22 Office Furniture; n.d.
42 23 Continental Bank--Miscellaneous; 1971
43 1 Contract--Boom Electric Company; 1962
43 2 Contributions--Bank Americard and Master Charge; 1971
43 3 Chair Order Receipt; 1971
43 4 Chair Orders by Churches; 1971
43 5 Contribution Receipts--Chicago Crusade; 1971-1972
43 6 Credit Cards--American O.I.; n.d.
43 7 Daily Financial Reports; 1969-1971
43 8 Daily Financial Reports--Chicago Crusade; 1970-1971
43 9 Deposit Slips--Continental Bank; 1970-1971
43 10 Employer's Withholding Tax--Illinois; 1971
43 11 Employment Taxes--Chicago Crusade; 1973
43 12 Employment Taxes--Chicago Crusade; 1974
43 13 Federal Tax Forms; 1970-1971
43 14 Finance and Budgets; 1960-1962, n.d.
43 15 Finance Lists; 1961-1970
43 16 Financial Records; 1962-1970, n.d.
43 17 Financial Records--Equipment; n.d.
43 18 Financial Records--Northwest Crusade; 1964
43 19 Financial Statements; 1959-1962
43 20 Fund Raising; n.d.
43 21 Furniture storage; 1962-1966, n.d.
43 22 Income--Executive Committee; 1971
43 23 Income and Expense Statements; 1961-1970
44 1 Insurance--Chicago Crusade; 1962-1974
44 2 Internal Revenue Documents; 1960-1966
44 3 Internal Revenue--Federal Employment Tax Forms; 1967-1969
44 4 Internal Revenue--Income Tax; 1972
44 5 "A"; 1970-1971
44 6 "A"; 1971-1973
44 7 American Oil; 1971
44 8 "B"; 1971
44 9 "B"; 1971--1973
44 10 Billy Graham Evangelistic Association; 1970-1971
44 11 Boehm Envelope Co.; 1970-1971
44 12 Boise Cascade; 1970-1971
44 13 "C"; 1970-1971
44 14 "C"; 1971-1973
44 15 Christian Worker's Foundation; 1971-1973
44 16 Citation Box & Pape Co.; 1970-1971
44 17 City Bonded; 1970-1971
44 18 Conrad Hilton; 1970-1971
44 19 Cory Coffee; 1970-1971
44 20 Commonwealth Edison; 1971
44 21 Continental Illinois National Bank; 1971-1973
44 22 "D"; 1971
44 23 Dictaphone; 1970-1971
44 24 "E"; 1970-1971
44 25 "E-H"; 1971-1973
44 26 "F"; 1970-1971
44 27 "G"; 1970-1971
44 28 General; 1971-1972
44 29 General; 1973-1974
44 30 General; 1974-1975
44 31 And Contract--Gestetner Corp.; 1970-1971
44 32 Gradear Press; 1970-1971
44 33 Grason; 1971
44 34 "H"; 1970-1971
44 35 Hinkley & Schmitt; 1971
44 36 "I"; 1971.
44 37 I.B.M. Corp.; 1970-1971
44 38 And Contract, IBM; 1970--1971
45 1 Illinois Bell Telephone Co.; 1970-1971
45 2 Illinois Bell Telephone Co.; 1972-1973
45 3 Illinois Dept. of Revenue; 1970-1973
45 4 "J"; 1971
45 5 "K"; 1970-1971
45 6 K-R; 1971-1973
45 7 "L"; 1970-1971
45 8 "M"; 1970-1971
45 9 McCormick Place; 1965- 1971
45 10 "N" and "O"; 1970-1971
45 11 "P"; 1971
45 12 Petty Cash; 1970-1971
45 13 Petty Cash; 1971
45 14 Petty Cash; 1971-1973
45 15 Phoenix Consolidated Finance Corp.; 1970-1971
45 16 Pitney Bowes; 1971
45 17 Postage; 1970-1971
45 18 "R"; 1962-1971
45 19 Russ Brown Office Machines; 1970-1971
45 20 "S"; 1970-1971
45 21 "S-Z"; 1971-1973
45 22 Salaries; 1970-1971
45 23 Salaries; 1971-1973
45 24 Sanders, Norman; 1971
45 25 Sciptomatic; 1971-1972
45 26 Sears; 1971
45 27 Secretarial Services; 1972-1973
45 28 Harold Shaw Publishers; 1971
45 29 Sold Furniture; 1964-1965
45 30 Spiegels; 1970- 1971
45 31 Sprague Letter Company; 1971
45 32 Sprague Letter Service; 1972
46 1 Staff Expense; 1970-1971
46 2 Stouffers Restaurant; 1970-1971
46 3 3M Company; 1970-1971
46 4 To pay; 1970-1971
46 5 Training Class; 1971
46 6 Twenty North Wacker Corporation; 1970
46 7 "U-W"; 1971
46 8 United Parcel Service; 1971
46 9 Utility Stationary Stores; 1970-1971
46 10 Xerox Corporation; 1970-1971
46 11 Maintenance Agreements with IBM; 1971
46 12 Paid Orders Graham Materials; 1971-1972
46 13 Payroll Journals; 1961-1965
46 14 Purchase Order--Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusade; 1971
46 15 Personnel--Chicago Crusade; 1963-1964
46 16 Purchase Orders; Boehm; 1970-1971
46 17 Purchase Orders; Gestetner; 1970-1971
46 18 Sprague Co.; 1970-1971
Receipts:
46 19 29600-30406C; 1972-1973
46 20 30407-31052; 1974
46 21 31054-31641; 1973-1974
46 22 31751-32020; 1974-1975
46 23 A/1 Burglary; 1971
46 24 Statistics--Northwest Crusade; 1963-1964, n.d.
46 25 Tax Reports--Continental Illinois Bank; 1970-1971
46 26 Unpaid Orders--Billy Graham Materials; 1971-1972
Films:
46 27 Audits--A Time to Run; 1972-1974
46 28 Auditor's Reports; 1964-1972
46 29 Budget--A Time to Run; 1965-1972
46 30 Chicago Area Showings--A Time to Run; 1974, n.d.
46 31 Chicago Premiers--Fink, John; 1972
Correspondence:
46 32 And Promotional Materials; 1969
46 33 Area Film Showings; 1967-1968
46 34 Area Lists; 1-8c; 1967
46 35 John Barrier; 1973
46 36 Bliss, Kenneth; 1970
46 37 Briefing Rallies; 1972
47 1 For Pete's Sake; 1966-1967
47 2 General; 1968
47 3 Gray, Rev. Robert; 1972-1973
47 4 Group Sales, A Time to Run; 1972
47 5 Prayer Committee; 1972
47 6 Restless Ones Committee; 1965
47 7 A Time to Run; 1972-1973, n.d.
47 8 Underprivileged; 1966
47 9 Ushering Committee; 1972
47 10 World Wide Pictures; 1972-1974
47 11 Counselor Follow-up Reports--A Time to Run; 1973
47 12 Counselor Materials--For Pete's Sake; 1966
47 13 Film information; n.d.
47 14 Finances--A Time to Run; 1972-1973, n.d.
47 15 Financial Reports--A Time to Run; 1972-1973, n.d.
47 16 Inner City Survey--A Time to Run; 1973
47 17 Instructions--A Time to Run; 1973
47 18 List--Chicago Area Newspapers and Radio Stations; 1972
47 19 List--Counselors; n.d.
47 20 List--Rockford Area (6) Pastors; n.d.
47 21 Mailings--A Time to Run; 1972
47 22 Mailing Lists; 1971-1972
47 23 Mailing Lists; All Committees; 1972-1973, n.d.
47 24 Manual--General; n.d.
47 25 Manual--Part-time Representatives; n.d.
47 26 Manuals--The Restless Ones; n.d.
47 27 Newsclips and ads--A Time to Run; 1972-1973
47 28 Newsclips--His Land; 1970-1971, n.d.
47 29 News Releases--His Land; n.d.
47 30 Preview Invitation Forms--A Time to Run; n.d.
47 31 Publicity--Walker, Robert; 1965
47 32 Records--Disbursement of Promotional Materials; n.d.
47 33 Reports--A Time to Run; 1972-1973
47 34 Reports--World Wide Pictures; 1974, n.d.
47 35 Reservations--Kick-off Breakfast; 1973
47 36 Schedules--His Land; 1970-1971
47 37 Schedule of Showings--The Hiding Place; n.d.
47 38 Ticket Consignment--A Time to Run; 1973
47 39 Underprivileged Fund--A Time to Run; 1973
Card Files:
Chicago Area:
48 Pastors
49 Pastors
50 Pastors
51 Churches
52 Churches
53 Churches
54 Churches
55 Contributors
56 Contributors
57 Contributors
58 Contributors
59 Contributors
I. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)
60 1 Barbados, West Indies: Correspondence; 1968-1969
Canada:
60 2 Correspondence; 1939-1942
60 3 Correspondence; 1949-1954
Minutes and Reports:
60 4 1939-1942
60 5 1948-1949
60 6 1949-1950
60 7 1950-1951
60 8 1951-1952
60 9 1952-1953
60 10 Missions; 1947-1950
60 11 Missions; 1970-1974, n.d.
60 12 Canada: Reports; 1946-1947
60 13 China: Correspondence; 1947-1950
60 14 Japan: Tokyo Property Matter; 1955-1960
U.S.A.:
60 15 Administrative; 1957-1960
60 16 Blue Book Manual; 1970-1971
60 17 Board of Directors; 1968-1974
60 18 The Branch; 1974-1975
60 19 The Branch--Requests; 1974, n.d.
60 20 Brochures; 1968
60 21 Brochures; 1972
60 22 Chicago; 1974, n.d.
60 23 Constitution; 1946
Correspondence:
60 24 1940-1942
60 25 1942-1943
60 26 1944-1945
60 27 1945-1946
60 28 1946-1947
60 29 1947-1948
61 1 1948-1949
61 2 1949-1950
61 3 1951-1952, n.d.
61 4 1952-1953
61 5 1953-1954
61 6 1954-1955
61 7 1955-1956
61 8 1956-1957
61 9 1957-1958
61 10 1958-1959
61 11 1959-1960
61 12 1960-1961
61 13 1961-1962
61 14 1962-1965
61 15 1965-1967
61 16 1967-1969
61 17 1969-1971
61 18 1971-1973
61 19 1975
61 20 Alexander, John; 1966-1973
61 21 Aston, Dr. Frederick; 1949-1950
61 22 Berney, Jim; 1974
61 23 Chicago; 1950-1951
61 24 Hunt, Keith; 1962-1972
61 25 Keefe, Fred; 1950
61 26 Northwestern University; 1974
61 27 Peterson, W.C.; 1949-1950
61 28 Sit, Hong C.; 1948-1950
61 29 Stenzel, Frank; 1971-1973
61 30 Student Scholarship Thank You's; 1973
61 31 Troutman, Charles; 1960-1964
62 1 Wilson, J. Christy; 1943-1949
62 2 Woods, Stacey; 1942-1950
62 3 Faculty Directory; 1968
62 4 Financial Audit; 1940-1952
62 5 Financial Audit; 1955-1959
62 6 Financial Audit; 1963-1972
62 7 Financial Statements; 1945-1946
62 8 Handbook for Local and Area Committees; 1971
International Fellowship of Evangelical Students:
Correspondence:
62 9 1948-1950, n.d.
62 10 1950-1951, n.d.
62 11 1951
62 12 1953-1954
62 13 1954-1955
62 14 1955
62 15 1962-1968
62 16 1971
U.S.A.:
62 17 IVCF Board & Corporation; 1961
62 18 IVCF Guide to Campus Christian Life; 1962
62 19 IVCF Guide to Campus Christian Life--Leader's Notes; 1962
62 20 Inter-Varsity Press Group Study Resource Guide; ca. 1972-1974
62 21 Intercessor; 1974-1975
62 22 Kendall College President's Report
62 23 Magazine Articles & Pamphlets; 1940-1943
62 24 Merger-International Students and Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; 1959-1960
Minutes and Reports:
62 25 1941-1943
62 26 1943-1944
62 27 1944-1945
62 28 1946-1947
62 29 1947-1948
62 30 1948-1949
62 31 1952-1953
62 32 1954-1955
63 1 1955-1956
63 2 1956-1958
63 3 1958-1959
63 4 1959-1960
63 5 1960-1961
63 6 1961-1962
63 7 1963-1964
63 8 1964-1965
63 9 1966-1968
63 10 1968-1969
63 11 1970-1972
63 12 Newsletters; 1971-1976, n.d.
63 13 Notebook; 1967-1968
63 14 Ralph Willoughby Memorial; 1953
63 15 Receipts & Deposits; 1942-1943
63 16 Seven Pillars; 1962
63 17 This Week; 1972-1974
63 18 Twenty-One Hundred Club; 1971-1976
63 19 Urbana '67--Information Packet; 1967
63 20 Urbana '73; 1972-1974
63 21 International Students, Inc.--Star Ranch; 1972-1973
63 22 Urbana '76; 1975, n.d.
63 23 Publications; n.d.
63 24 Publications; n.d.
J. Key 73
64 1 Correspondence, Newsletters--Street 'n Steeple; 1972-1975, n.d.
64 2 Folder
64 3 General; 1971-1972
64 4 Lay Evangelism
64 5 National; 1973
64 6 Oasterman, Mr. Sid
64 7 Promotional Materials--Price List
64 8 Spanish Material
64 9 Television Special
Chicago:
64 10 America Bible Society; 1973
64 11 Central Committee Mailing List
64 12 Central Committee Mailings; 1972-1973
64 13 Check Book
64 14 "Chicago Church News"-Billy Bray; 1972-1973
64 15 Contribution Receipts; 1972-1973
64 16 Correspondence--Financial; 1974-1975
64 17 Correspondence--General; 1971
64 18 Donors; 1972-1973
64 19 Donors List and Pledges from Prayer Rally; 1972
64 20 Employee Compensation Records; 1972
64 21 Employee Compensation Records; 1973
64 22 Executive Committee; 1972-1973
64 23 Film Information; 1971-1973
64 24 Finance Committee-General; 1972-1973
64 25 Financial Reports; 1972-1973
64 26 Hart, Bob; 1973
64 27 Letters of Financial Appeal; 1972-1973
64 28 Logo
64 29 Mailing List
64 30 Frank Hennessy Pastoral Conference
64 31 Mailing List (Larry's)
64 32 Mass Media; 1972-1973
64 33 Miscellaneous
64 34 Money Receipt Book
64 35 Multiplier Seminars; 1972-1973
64 36 News Releases; 1973
64 37 Paid Receipts, Invoices; 1972-1973
64 38 Petty Cash; 1972-1973
64 39 Phase One--Prayer Rally; 1972
64 40 Phase Two - General; 1972-197?
64 41 Phase Three - General; 1971-1973
64 42 Phase Four - General; 1973
64 43 Phase Five - General; 1971-1973
64 44 Phase Six - General; 1973
64 45 Prayer Rally Registration
64 46 Printing Information
64 47 Publicity; 1971-1973
64 48 Publicity Committee; 1972
65 1 Receipts - Bank Statements; 1972-1975
65 2 Receipts - Miscellaneous
65 3 Receipts - Petty Cash; 1972- 1973
65 4 Request for Information; 1972-1973
65 5 Resources & Catalogs; 1973
65 6 Satellite Projects; 1972-1973
65 7 Statements; 1972-1973
65 8 Stationery
65 9 Strategy Seminar; Jan-1973
65 10 Strategy Seminar Registrations; 1973
65 11 Summation Report
65 12 Thank You Letters to Prayer Rally Participants; 1972
65 13 Thank You Notes; 1972-1973
65 14 Volunteers; 1973
65 15 Women's Group & Ministerial Alliance; 1973
K. National Association of Evangelicals
65 16 Correspondence; 1942-1943
65 17 Financial Records; 1942-1943
65 18 Minutes of Board of Administration; 1942-1943
65 19 Minutes of Executive Committee; 1942-1943
65 20 Newspaper and Miscellaneous Reports; 1942-1943
65 21 Correspondence; 1943-1944
65 22 Correspondence; Financial; 1943-1944
65 23 Minutes of Executive Committee; 1943-1944
65 24 Correspondence; 1944-1945
65 25 Correspondence; Clark, Gertrude; 1944-1945
65 26 Wright, J. Elwin; 1944-1945
65 27 Financial Statements; 1944-1945
65 28 National Convention Materials; 1944-1945
66 1 Reports of the Executive Committee and Board of Administration; 1944-1945
66 2 Correspondence; Clark, Gertrude; 1945-1946
66 3 Correspondence; General; 1945-1946
66 4 Correspondence; United Evangelical Action; 1945-1946
66 5 Correspondence; Wright, J. Elwin; 1945-1946
66 6 Executive Committee Material; 1945-1946
66 7 Financial Statements; 1945-1946
66 8 Youth Organization Materials; 1945-1946
66 9 Correspondence; Affiliated Organizations; 1946-1947
66 10 Correspondence; Clark, Gertrude; 1946-1947
66 11 Correspondence; General; 1946-1947
66 12 Financial Records; 1946-1947
66 13 Affiliated Organizations; 1947-1948
66 14 Correspondence; Decker, R. L.; 1947-1948
66 15 Correspondence: United Evangelical Action; 1947-1948
66 16 Financial Records; 1947-1948
66 17 Minutes of Executive Committee and Board of Administration; 1946-1947
66 18 Minutes of the Board of Administration; 1947-1948
66 19 Minutes of the Executive Committee; 1947-1948
66 20 Miscellaneous; 1947-1948
66 21 Affiliated Organizations; 1948-1949
66 22 Agenda and Reports of Board Meetings; 1948- 1949
66 23 Correspondence; 1948-1949
66 24 Nagel Trial; 1948-1949
67 1 Affiliated Organizations; 1949-1950
67 2 Bulletins sent to Board Members; 1949-1950
67 3 Correspondence; 1949-1950
67 4 Minutes and Reports of Board Meetings; 1949-1950
67 5 Correspondence; 1950-1951
67 6 Correspondence; Commission on International Relations; 1950-1951
67 7 Minutes of the Board of Administration; 1950-1951
67 8 Minutes of the Executive Committee; 1950-1951
67 9 Press Releases and Miscellaneous Reports; 1950-1951
67 10 Bulletins of the Midwest Regional Association; 1951-1952
67 11 Correspondence; 1951-1952
67 12 Correspondence; Commission on International Relations; 1951-1952
67 13 Correspondence; Financial; 1951-1952
67 14 Minutes of the Board of Administration; 1951-1952
67 15 Minutes of the Executive Committee; 1951-1952
67 16 National Convention Materials; 1951-1952
67 17 Press Releases; 1951-1952
67 18 Accountant's Report; 1952
67 19 Budget; 1952-1953
67 20 Bulletins of the National Association of Christian Schools; 1952-1953
67 21 Correspondence; 1952-1953
67 22 Correspondence; Commission of International Relations; 1952-1953
67 23 Correspondence; Financial; 1952-1953, n.d.
67 24 The Link; 1952-1953
67 25 Minutes of Board Meetings; 1952-1953
67 26 Press Releases; 1952-1953
67 27 Board of Administration Materials; 1953-1954
67 28 Bulletins of the National Association of Christian Schools; 1953-1954
67 29 Correspondence; 1953-1954
67 30 Correspondence; Commission on International Relations; 1953-1954
67 31 Correspondence; National Sunday School Association; 1953-1954
67 32 Executive Committee Materials; 1953-1954
67 33 Financial Records; 1953-1954
67 34 Correspondence; 1954-1955
67 35 Correspondence; Commission on International Relations; 1954-1955
67 36 Minutes of the Board of Administration; 1954-1955
67 37 Standard Publishing; 1954-1955
67 38 Correspondence; 1955-1956
67 39 Correspondence; National Association of Christian Schools; 1955-1956
67 40 Minutes of the Board of Administration; 1955-1956
67 41 Minutes of the Board of Administration; 1955-1956
Correspondence:
67 42 1956-1957
67 43 World Evangelism Fellowships; 1956-1957
67 44 1957-1958
67 45 National Association of Christian Schools; 1957-1958
67 46 World Evangelical Fellowship; 1957-1958
67 47 1958-1959
67 48 Commission for World Evangelical Fellowship; 1958-1959
67 49 Correspondence; 1960-1961
67 50 Correspondence; 1961-1962
67 51 Correspondence; 1962-1972
67 52 Publications; n.d.
L. World Teenage Scholarship Foundation
68 1 Bank Statement; 1967-1970
68 2 Correspondence; 1966-1969
68 3 Correspondence; Scholarship Winners; 1966-1969
68 4 Entries in the Boy's Scholarship Contest; 1966
68 5 Entries in the Girl's Scholarship Contest; 1966
68 6 Income and Expense Statements; 1967-1969
68 7 Legal forms; 1967-1970
68 8 Materials used in judging King and Queen for the World Teenage Show Contest; 1966
68 9 Minutes of Board Meetings; 1967- 1969
68 10 Newspaper Clippings; 1966-1969
68 11 Programs; 1966-1967
M. Young Life Campaign
69 1 Anniversary Booklet; 1965
Annual Reports:
69 2 1946
69 3 1947
69 4 1947-1948
69 5 1951-1952
69 6 1952-1953
69 7 1954
69 8 1955
69 9 1956
69 10 1957
69 11 1959-1960
69 12 1961-1963
69 13 1964-1965
69 14 1965-1966
69 15 1966-1967
69 16 1967-1968
69 17 1968-1969
69 18 1969-1970
69 19 1970-1971
69 20 1971-1972
69 21 1972-1973
69 22 Board Meetings; 1964
69 23 Brochures; 1941-1973
69 24 Bulletins to Board Members; 1946
69 25 Calendar; 1973
Correspondence:
69 26 1940-1942, n.d.
69 27 1942-1943
69 28 1943
69 29 1944-1945
69 30 1945-1946
69 31 1946-1947
69 32 1947-1948
69 33 1948-1949
69 34 1949-1950
69 35 1950-1951
69 36 1951-1952
69 37 1952-1953
69 38 1953-1954
69 39 1954-1955
69 40 1955-1956
70 1 1956-1957
70 2 1957-1958
70 3 1958-1959
70 4 1959-1960
70 5 1960-1961
70 6 1962-1963
70 7 1963-1964
70 8 1964-1965
70 9 1965-1966
70 10 1966-1967
70 11 1967-1968
70 12 1969-1974
70 13 Carter, John; 1971-1974
70 14 Chicago, Inner City; 1967-1974
70 15 Elder, Gerald K.; 1948-1949
70 16 Fenstermacher, Bob; 1946-1949
70 17 Financial; 1947-1973
70 18 Germany; 1968
70 19 Newsletters; 1948-1949
70 20 Newsletters; 1970-1973
70 21 Rayburn, Jim; 1940-1948
70 22 Rayburn, Jim; 1944-1949
70 23 Scholarships; 1940-1948
70 24 Staff; 1969-1971
70 25 Star Ranch; 1966-1969
70 26 Star, Bill; 1965-1974
70 27 Taylor, Bill; 1972
70 28 Taylor, Herbert; 1971-1972
70 29 Financial-Audit Reports; 1947-1972
70 30 Financial Records; 1940-1959
70 31 Financial Records; 1966-1973
70 32 Fund Raising Campaign; 1952-1953
70 33 Group Insurance
70 34 International Youth Research; 1968-1969
Minutes--Board of Directors Meetings:
71 1 1947-1957
71 2 1958-1964
71 3 1966-1970
71 4 1971
71 5 1972-1973
71 6 Organization Plan; 1957
71 7 Press Information; 1963
71 8 Projections; 1967-1975
71 9 Publications; n.d.
71 10 Retirement Plan
71 11 Staff Directory; 1967-1968
71 12 Staff Manual
71 13 Young Life Institute; 1955
N. Youth for Christ International (YFC)
Correspondence:
72 1 1944-1945, n.d.
72 2 1945-1946, n.d.
72 3 1946-1947, n.d.
72 4 1947- 1948, n.d.
72 5 1949-1950, n.d.
72 6 1958-1959
72 7 Feb-Jun 1960
72 8 Jul 1960-1962
72 9 And Reports; 1962-1964
72 10 1964-1969, n.d.
72 11 1971-1973
72 12 Chicago; 1969-1972, n.d.
72 13 Finances; 1970-1971, n.d.
72 14 George Washington Boyhood Home; 1960, n.d.
72 15 International; 1969-1971
72 16 Kansas City; 1969-1970
72 17 Wolgemuth, Sam; 1971-1974
72 18 Financial Reports; 1968-1969
72 19 Minutes; 1960-1962
72 Correspondence:
72 20 Newsletters; 1970-1974, n.d.
72 21 Program-25th Anniversary; 1969
72 22 Promotion Notebook-George Washington Home for Boys; n.d.
72 23 Proposed Headquarters, Training and Research Center; 1969
72 24 Publications
72 25 Reports; 1959
72 26 Yokefellow Retreat Center; 1971-1972, n.d.
O. General
73 1 Appreciation Certificates; 1964-1972, n.d.
Business and General/Rotary:
74 1 N.d.
73 2 Chicago Federal Saving (Financial Statement); 1960
73 3 Christian Service Brigade; 1962, n.d.
73 4 Correspondence--1919-1961, n.d.
73 5 Free Enterprise Awards Association, Inc. News Release; 1959
73 6 The Hub; 1961-1969
73 7 Magazine Clippings; 1967-1969
73 8 Miscellaneous; 1959-1971, n.d.
73 9 National Honor Society; 1960
Newspaper Clippings:
73 10 1943
73 11 1955-1956
73 12 1961-1969
73 13 1971-1974
73 14 N.d.
73 15 Rotograms (Dallas); 1968
73 16 Rotary Annual Conferences; 1959-1961
73 17 Rotary Banquets; 1954
73 18 Rotary Charter Night; 1960
73 19 Rotary Correspondence; 1960-1961
73 20 Rotary Governor's Letter; 1961-1967
Christian Projects:
75 1 N.d.
73 21 Chicago Evening Club; 1960
73 22 Christian Service Brigade; 1958-1961
73 23 Correspondence--1950-1962, n.d.
73 24 Fuller Theological Seminary; 1949-1961, n.d.
76 1 Humboldt Park Gospel Tabernacle; 1961
76 2 Layman's Leadership Institute; 1960-1961
76 3 Magazine Clippings; 1951-1961, n.d.
76 4 Miscellaneous; n.d.
76 5 Star Ranch; 1950
76 6 The School of the Ozarks; 1961
76 7 Youth For Christ International; n.d.
88 3 Four-Way Test; 1940-1977, n.d.
77 1 4-Way Test & 10 Marks of a Good Citizen; n.d.
Graham Crusades:
Chicago:
78 1 1971
76 8 Christian Life and Witness Classes; 1971
76 9 Correspondence--1971, n.d.
76 10 Crusade News; 1971
76 11 Magazine Clippings; 1962-1971
79 1 Publicity, n.d.
Newspaper Clippings:
76 12 1958-1959
76 13 1968
76 14 1960-1962
76 15 1971
76 16 n.d.
76 17 Stewardship Appeal; 1971
Hawaii, Japan, Philippines:
80 1 1956
76 18 Itinerary of H. J. Taylor; 1956
76 19 Miscellaneous; n.d.
76 20 Newspaper Clippings (Japan); 1956
76 21 Publications; 1956
76 22 Speeches of H. J. Taylor; 1957, n.d.
76 23 Membership Certificates; 1964-1967
76 24 Miscellaneous; 1916-1971, n.d.
Correspondence:
81 1 Acapulco Christian Fellowship; 1974
81 2 African Enterprise; 1974
81 3 American Management Association; 1974
81 4 Best Seller Publicity; 1973-1974
81 5 Campus Crusade for Christ; 1972
81 6 Chicago Bible Society; 1970
81 7 Chicago Sunday Evening Club; 1974
81 8 Child Evangelism Fellowship, Inc.; 1972-1974
81 9 Christian Businessmen of Chicago; 1974
81 10 Christian College Consortium; 1972
81 11 Christian Laymen of Chicago; 1970-1972
81 12 Christian Life Publications; 1970
81 13 Dial-A-Story, Inc.; 1969-1972
81 14 Eternity; 1974
81 15 Evangelical Child Welfare Agency; 1974
81 16 Evangelical Ministers Association; 1969
81 17 Evangelistic Endeavors, Inc.; 1974
81 18 Far Eastern Gospel Crusade; 1971-1972
81 19 Fellowship of Christian Athletes; 1971-1974
81 20 (General); 1970-1974
81 21 Gospel Broadcasting Association; 1974
81 22 Gospel Films, Inc.; 1973-1974
81 23 Greater Chicago Sunday School Association; 1972-1973
81 24 Greater Europe Mission; 1973-1974
81 25 Institute of Church Renewal, Inc.; 1970-1971
81 26 Institute for Advanced Christian Studies, The; 1971-1972
81 27 International Students, Inc.; 1969-1971
81 28 Inter-Varsity; 1970
81 29 Judson College; 1970-1973
81 30 Language Institute for Evangelism; 1960-1974
81 31 LaSalle Street Church; 1973
81 32 Laymen's Leadership Institute; 1970
81 33 Literature Crusade; 1971
81 34 Navigators, The; 1973
81 35 Miscellaneous; 1971-1973, n.d.


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