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BGEA: Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corporation - Collection 45

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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

General Historical Background of Billy Graham and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association

Historical Background of This Collection

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

List of Audio Tapes in This Collection (Location Record)
List of Photographs in This Collection (Location Record)

List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection





Brief Description.
Correspondence, memos, reports, pamphlets, newsletters, photographs, and tapes from the North Carolina radio station controlled by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. The collection deals mainly with the details of the day-to-day operation of the station and its participation in the work of the BGEA. There are restrictions on the use of this collection.
Vol.: 7 Boxes, 51 Audio Tapes, Photographs

Collection 45
[December 1, 2004]
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association; 1950-
Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corporation; 1962-
Records; 1959-1975

7 Boxes (RC)

Restrictions

The BGEA retains the copyright to their materials and their permission is needed for quotation. BGEA permission is also required to copy photos, audio recordings, or films in this collection, as well as paper records in any restricted files. The Archives staff will provide the form needed to request copying permission. Paper records in files not otherwise restricted may be copied. For quotation permission, contact the BGEA at bgpermissions@bgea.org



Historical Background

In 1961, Billy Graham and his wife, Ruth, began to be concerned by the lack of a radio station in their home area, western North Carolina, to provide Christian programming. After there were discussions between Graham and BGEA board members L. Nelson Bell, George Wilson and others, the Association decided to build a station in Black Mountain, North Carolina, and to form a subsidiary corporation of the BGEA to own and operate it. The station was assigned the call letters WFGW and the corporation was named the Blue Ridge Broadcasting Company. Graham served as chairman of the board and Bell became the first president. Its programming was aimed at the general public and included entertainment, news, and sports, as well as religious shows. Soon, the corporation also acquired the FM station WMIT. The corporation's offices were located in Black Mountain and transmitting facilities were on Clingman's Peak of nearby Mt. Mitchell.

Presidents of the corporation have included: Thomas Walter Wilson, Jr. (1967-1972, 1977-    ), Robert Featherstone (1972-1974), and Billy Graham (1974-1977). General Managers of the station have included: Loren Bridges (1962-1964, 1972-1973), Don Bailey (1964-1969), Richard Jensen (1969-1972), and Edna Edwards, (1973-    ).



Scope and Content

NOTE: In the Scope and Content description, the notation "Folder 1-1" means Box 1, Folder 1.]

The records in this collection include correspondence, reports, memos, invoices, contracts, newsletters, photographs, and tapes. The order of the material is almost exactly the same as it was when the collection was accessioned at the Center, except that the photographs and audio tapes have been removed and stored separately. The files are arranged alphabetically according to title. The collection deals mostly with the work involved in the running of a radio station from training staff to relations with advertisers to obeying Federal Communications Commission regulations to studying the constituency. There is also some information in the collection about the work of Billy Graham and the BGEA.

Almost all of the folders in the main body of the collection are divided into four sections. The first section contains advertising copy and continuity sheets. These papers have the actual wording of advertisements read over the air, as well as the length of the ad and the time span during which it was to be run. The advertisers include banks, various business establishments in Asheville and Christian schools and churches. Of special interest is the material in Folder 2-19 concerning the BGEA program, The Hour of Decision, which is aired over WFGW-WMIT by way of a special mutual network line.

The second section consists mostly of correspondence with and about advertisers and prospective clients. The letters deal with topics such as what programs the advertiser wants to sponsor, the advantages of advertising on WFGW-WMIT, etc. Folders 3-30,3-33, 3-35, 3-38, 3-51, 3-52, 3-57, 3-64, 3-70, 3-72, 3-78 are correspondence with various religious groups who were sponsors of the many religious programs aired over station WFGW-WMIT. These programs include: Back to the Bible, Bible for You, Calvary Baptist Church, Chapel of the Air, Glad Tidings, Grace Worship Hours, and the Old Fashioned Revival Hour. Folder 3-57 contains a letter to Walter Bennett Company concerning the Sunday broadcast schedule for the BGEA program, Hour of Decision, at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., and 6 p.m. Also included in this section are the sales reports filed by the station's salesmen, and they list the potential advertisers they contacted and what their feelings were toward buying time on the station.

Well over half of the collection consists of the management and office correspondence files which make up the third section. Included are staff memos, letters to and from the president and members of the board of trustees of the Blue Mountain Broadcasting Corporation, letters from listeners to the station, and some from potential advertisers. The correspondence illustrates the many details necessary to keep a radio station in operation such as contacts with networks, media representatives, radio research sponsors and producers of programs, broadcasting associations, developing rate cards, scheduling, etc.

Some files contain information on the founding of the station and its relationship with the BGEA. Folders 4-15, 4-20, 5-9, and 6-17 contain some of the early correspondence on whether or not the BGEA should acquire a station and what that station's goals and methods should be. Folder 7-4 contains a personal message from Billy Graham published in the Asheville Citizen-Times in connection with the opening of WFGW--"The Most Powerful Radio Voice in Western North Carolina."

Letters of Graham, L. Nelson Bell, and station managers Loren Bridges and Don Bailey in folders 4-13, 4-15, 4-23, 5-9, and 7-7 give some of the details about the station's development in the years since its founding. Folders 4-17, 4-19, 4-20, 4-36, 5-9, 5-17, 6-2, and 7-5 contain evidence of the various services the station has been able to provide to the BGEA. Folder 6-2 contains copies of Our Decision, the newsletter of the BGEA. An interesting series of letters from L. Nelson Bell in Folder 4-13 describes his trip to Israel.

Several files contain correspondence from the various professional associations to which the station or its staff belonged, such as the National Association of Broadcasters (Folder 5-23), the National Association of Religious Broadcasters (Folder 5-22), Broadcast Pioneers (Folder 4-24), and the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (Folder 5-25). There are two files of correspondence with the Mutual Broadcasting System, a national network with which WFGW-WMIT was affiliated. The file on the Associated Press includes a radio-TV handbook containing its recommended procedures (Folder 4-9).

There are a few items dealing with advertising, such as Folder 4-3 which has letters explaining the station's policy against carrying tobacco commercials and Folder 6-6 which contains the contracts for political commercials for various candidates, as well as the reports the station filed with the FCC on its political ads. Also in this file are pamphlets from the National Association of Broadcasters on the ins and outs of broadcasting political commercials. Folder 4-2 contains a list of the advertising agencies in the station's listening area.

There is a great deal of information concerning the technical side of operations. For example, Folder 4-39 contains some of the specifications on the station's equipment, as well as the regulations governing the station's engineers. Folder 5-7 contains correspondence with a firm of consulting engineers to which the station turned for advice over a period of years.

A good deal of the correspondence consists of responses from listeners ranging from those with a great deal of praise (Folder 6-20) to those with a great deal of criticism. The letters contained in Folder 5-22 include one from Charles E. Newcomb of the Asheville Chamber of Commerce and one time radio-TV man. Newcomb wrote to Billy Graham expressing his criticism of radio programming, but he also added his suggestions for solving the problems. The station conducted surveys to help it stay in touch with its audience. One such survey is contained in folder 4-10. The questionnaire contains the responses given to questions about the length of the respondent's stay in the community, type of activities participated in, what he or she felt the major needs of the community were, and ways a radio station could meet those needs.

One interesting set of correspondence from Family Stations Inc. is in folder 5-1. It outlines that corporation's plan to begin a Christian radio station in New York.

The fourth section consists of correspondence with phonograph record companies about their products. Also in the collection are a file of Labor Department pamphlets and a file of articles about Billy Graham.

The tapes and photographs in this collection are described in the Location Records in this guide.

Provenance

The materials in this collection were received by the Billy Graham Center from the Blue Ridge Broadcasting Company in March of 1978.

Accession 78-9
August 30, 1978
Robert Shuster
A. Labiano
M. Schimmels

Retyped, June 28, 1989
J. Nasgowitz
D. Reifsnyder

Jan. 10, 1990, revised
J. Nasgowitz

Jan. 17, 1990, revised
L. Beloz

June 14, 1993, revised
M. L. Larson



LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 78-9
Type of Material: Audio Tapes

The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE FILE:


T1 - Talks given at a Layman's Leadership Conference by Stuart Symington and L. Nelson Bell. Jan 4, 1963

T1A - Political spot commercial for Democratic candidate for the state House of Representatives, Jack Hopkins. The spot was aired on WFGW ca. May, 1966.

T2 - Interview with Billy Graham about his impressions of the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism held in Berlin and of Europe. Nov. 9, 1966.

T3 - Christmas service preached by Graham at Tan San Nhut Airport in Vietnam. December 1966.

T4 - A statement by Graham made sometime in May of 1967 about a tour he would make with poverty program director, Sergeant Shriver of some of the poor areas of North Carolina.

T5 - Tape of a luncheon in honor of Graham hosted by leadership of the national House of Representatives on June 14, 1967. Guests included Sergeant Shriver, congressmen, and members of the office of Economic Opportunity Business Leaders Advisory Council. Both Shriver and Graham spoke. Tape has an introduction by Pick Temple of the office of Economic Opportunity. See also CN 74, F15 and F16.

T6 - Edited version of T5 containing Graham's speech.

T7 - Report on Graham's statement in London, England on June 24, 1967 that the Bible pointed the way to peace in the Middle East.

T8 - Address by Graham to a meeting of the North Carolina Baptist Convention in Asheville, North Carolina on November 14, 1967.

T9 - Press Conference held by Graham March 12, 1968 at WFGW studios in North Carolina. He answered questions about his health, the possibility of the BGEA's buying the ocean liner, Queen Elizabeth, the Kerner report on racial problems in the U.S., Vietnam and the TET offensive, the 1968 political campaign, open housing legislation, Graham's decision not to build a Christian University and his involvement in the Conwall School of Theology in Philadelphia.

T10 - Closing rally of the U.S. Congress on Evangelism, held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in September of 1969. Includes musical numbers, a speaker summing up the accomplishments of the Congress, a song by George Beverly Shea, a few comments by Billy Graham, and a solo by Myrtle Hall.

T11 - Closing rally of U.S. Congress on Evangelism continued. Concluding remarks by Graham, concluding prayer by Clyde Taylor.

T12 - Interviews with Tom McGinn, Ted Dienert, and Franklin Graham about their participation in a search for a missing hiker in the winter of 1969.

T13 - Interview of Charles Riggs by Richard Jensen, probably on February 14 or 15, 1970. Riggs talks about the preparations for the East Tennessee Crusade in Knoxville, Tennessee.

T14 - Press conference held by Graham on February 24, 1970, in the Andrew Johnson Hotel to describe his East Tennessee Crusade. At the conference, Mayor Rogers read a proclamation supporting the Crusade. Graham answered questions about the crises in the Middle East, evangelicals and social concern, the U.S. Congress on Evangelism, young people's response to the Gospel, contemporary music, his T.V. appearances, the East Tennessee Crusade, problems of the established church, the ecumenical movement, drugs, and Christ's second coming.

T15 - Worship service preached at the White House March 15, 1970 by Graham. He spoke on the 23rd Psalm.

T16 - Report on Euro '70 crusade by Richard Jensen made in early April of 1970. Tape includes interviews with crusade associate Harvey Thomas and television coordinator David Rennie.

T17 - Sermon preached by Graham at the East Tennessee Crusade in Knoxville, Tennessee on May 22, 1970.

T18 - Crusade service, including sermon by Graham, on May 23, 1970 during the East Tennessee Crusade.

T19 - Sermon preached by Graham at the East Tennessee Crusade, May 24, 1970.

T20 - Crusade service, including songs by Johnny Cash and a sermon by Graham, on May 24, 1970 during the East Tennessee Crusade.

T21 - Sermon preached by Graham at the East Tennessee Crusade, May 25, 1970.

T22 - Crusade service, including sermon by Graham on May 26, 1970.

T23 - Sermon preached by Graham at the East Tennessee Crusade, May 26, 1970.

T24 - Press Convention held by Billy Graham, June 4, 1970 during a meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. He answered questions on racism in the SBC, the role of the church in improving race relations, science and the Bible, his relations with U.S. presidents, the definition of life, abortion, birth control, student unrest, Vietnam, Richard Nixon, Communism, Christian-Communist dialogue, second coming of Christ, the authority of the Bible, and television news coverage.

T25 - Several INSIGHT radio spots recorded by Leighton Ford, ca. July 1970. Each program deals briefly with the Biblical answer to a modern problem.

T26 - Graham's speech to the Montreat Bible Conference, Aug 19, 1970.

T27 - Funeral service of T.W. Wilson, Sr., father of T.W., Jr. and Grady Wilson of the BGEA staff. The funeral took place in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 8, 1970. Speakers include Rev. J. Allen Blair, Rev. Henry Crouch, and Rev. Billy Graham.

T28 - Graham's address to the Governor's Prayer Breakfast hosted by North Carolina Governor, Robert Scott on February 18, 1971, in Raleigh, North Carolina. Also on the tape is a lengthy introduction by Governor Scott. Graham spoke on the 23rd Psalm.

T29 - Graham's address to the North Carolina assembly on February 18, 1971. 3 copies.

T30 - Address by Graham to the student body of Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina on Feb 19, 1971.

T31 - Service at the Gardner Webb College in Shelby, North Carolina on Feb 23, 1971. Included in the program were a prayer by Grady wilson and a testimony by Thomas Woodrow Wilson.

T32 - Continuation of the Gardner Webb College service, including an address by Graham.

T33 - L. Nelson Bell's Sunday school lessons. 9/71-7/73

T34 - L. Nelson Bell's Sunday school lessons. 2/72-7/73

T35 - Tape of Billy Graham Day held in Charlotte Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 15, 1971. Program includes band music, introduction of guests by Edward M. O'Herron, Jr., presentation of a distinguished service award to Graham by Charles Crutchfield, Graham's acceptance speech, solo by George Beverly Shea, and an address by President Richard Nixon.

T36 - Address given by Lyndon Baines Johnson for the Arthur K. Solomen Lecture for the Graduate School of Business Administration of New York University on November 15, 1971.

T37 - Devotional talk by L. Nelson Bell to the BGEA retreat on Dec 1, 1971. His topic was how a Christian can and should endure in the present day.

T38 - Four minute radio interview with Billy Graham made in 1971 in which he talked about his latest book, The Jesus Generation.

T39 - Statement made by Dr. L. Nelson Bell on February 13, 1972, on President Richard Nixon's trip to China asking for support for the President.

T40 - Statement by Dr. L. Nelson Bell of his reaction to Nixon's 1972 visit to mainland China. He explained on the tape why his feelings were basically favorable. He also emphasized the need to stand by the Republic of China (Taiwan). After his statement, he answered some questions informally about the implications of the trip.

T41 - Press conference held by Graham ca. May 18, 1972, in Birmingham, Alabama announcing his visit to Belfast and Dublin, Ireland, on the last week of May and the first week of June, 1972.

T42 - Interview of North Carolina congressman Ron Taylor shortly after the shooting of presidential candidate George Wallace in May, 1972. Taylor answered questions on the mood of the country, capital punishment, gun legislation, and whether the Wallace shooting would affect the style of political campaigning. Also on the tape is a greeting from T.W. Wilson to the radio audience inviting them to listen to the "radio retreat" being planned and explaining why he will be away during the retreat.

T43 - Report by Dick Jensen on the Explo '72 evangelistic meeting. The report, which was taped July 1, 1972, consists of interviews with two participants at the meeting: Mrs. Carol James and David Stoker.

T44 - Newscast by Paul Harvey on Aug 2, 1973, in which he mentions the death of L. Nelson Bell.

T45 - Statement by Dr. Alford about L. Nelson Bell made Aug 2, 1973.

T46 - Funeral service of L. Nelson Bell, Aug 5, 1973. Included are a recitation of the Nicene Creed, Scripture reading and prayer by Dr. C. Grier Davis, a song solo by George Beverly Shea, and Scripture reading and a prayer by Dr. Henry B. Dendy. 2 copies

T48 - The complete funeral service of L. Nelson Bell. Aug 5, 1973.

T49 - Hour of Decision program, Aug 12, 1973. Tribute to L. Nelson Bell.

T50 - Interview by Edna Edwards of Ruth Bell Graham ca. Dec, 1975. Mrs. Graham talks about her recent trip to several East Asian nations and of her attempts to find out about life within mainland China.

T51 - Two brief undated statements by Billy Graham on Southern public school system and the need not to damage the system by illegal action.

*****
LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 78-9
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.


Adams, Lane. Lane Adams, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1).

Barrows, Cliff. Cliff Barrows, B & W, 5x7 (1), color, 11x14 (2); n.d.

BGEA: Billy Graham, Southern California Crusade, Anaheim, CA; Sep 26-Oct 5, 1959. Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, California, B & W, 8x10; 1959 (1).

Blinco, Joseph. Joseph Blinco, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1).

Dalton, Don. Dalton, B & W, 5x7; n.d. (2).

Eisenhower, Dwight David (Gen., Pres.). Graham with Dwight David Eisenhower, B & W, 11x14; n.d. (1).

Graham, William Franklin "Billy." Billy Graham on the Today Show, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1), and portraits of Graham, color, 11x14; n.d. (3).

Glenn, John. Graham with John Glenn, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1).

Gustafson, Roy. Roy Gustafson, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1).

Hustad, Don. Don Hustad, B & W, 5x7; n.d. (1) and color, 11x14; n.d. (1).

Johnson, Lyndon Baines (Pres.). Graham with Lyndon Baines Johnson, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1).

Johnson, Patsy. Patsy Johnson, Miss North Carolina, B & W; 5x7; (1).

Kennedy, Theodore (Sen.). Graham with Theodore Kennedy, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1).

Prayer Breakfast (?) 1966 (?). Sequence of six photos of Graham at some kind of banquet, perhaps a prayer breakfast, with Lyndon Johnson, W.C. Jones, Robert McNamara, B & W; 1966? (1).

Piatt, Dan. Dan Piatt, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1).

Riggs, Charles. Charles Riggs, B & W, 8x10; n.d. (1).

Shea, George Beverly. George Beverly Shea, B & W, 5x7; n.d. (1), and color, 11x14; n.d. (1)

Smith, Tedd. Tedd Smith, B & W, 5x7; n.d. (1), and color, 11x14; n.d. (1).

Stricklin, Gil. Gil Stricklin, B & W, 5x7; n.d. (1).

WFGW-WMIT Radio Station, North Carolina. Carolina Mountain Club, B & W, 5x7 framed; n.d. (1). Staff of WFGW-WMIT Station, B & W, 8x10; 1976 (1). School Safety Station, an advertising device, color, 8x10; n.d. (1). Caricature of a sports fan saying, "Please, WMIT--Don't take off the ball games!" drawn by editorial cartoonist Charles Daniel of The Knoxville Journal; n.d. (1).

Wilson, Grady. Grady Wilson, color, 11x14; n.d. (1).

Wilson, Thomas Walter. Thomas Walter ("T.W.") Wilson, color, 11x14; n.d. (1).



CONTAINER LIST
BOX FOLDER DESCRIPTION
1 1 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Agriculture-Farm; 1963
1 2 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Artmore Furniture; 1968; n.d.
1 3 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Asheville Chamber of Commerce; 1969; n.d.
1 4 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Asheville Christian Day School; 1969; n.d.
1 5 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Asheville Gospel Tabernacle; 1968-1970
1 6 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Asheville Industries; 1968
1 7 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Asheville Marine; 1969; n.d.
1 8 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Asheville Sewing Machine Company; 1968
1 9 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Asheville Transfer and Storage; 1968-1969; n.d.
1 10 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Asheville Tree Service; 1962-1963
1 11 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Autrey-Smathers; 1961-1965; n.d.
1 12 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--B & V Service; Jul-Oct 1969
1 13 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Ball Photo; 1967-1970; n.d.
1 14 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Bank of Asheville; 1967-1969; n.d.
1 15 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Basketball; 1962
1 16 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Basketball; 1964; n.d.
1 17 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Basketball; 1965-1966; n.d.
1 18 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Battery and Ignition; 1966-1969; n.d.
1 19 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Beachwood Restaurant; n.d.
1 20 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Beacon Manufacturing; 1965-1970
1 21 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Beaver Lake Garden Center; 1966-1970; n.d.
1 22 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Bedding, Field & Konrad; 1962-1966; n.d.
1 23 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Belk's; 1964-1970; n.d.
1 24 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Bell's Traditionals; 1968-1969; n.d.
1 25 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Bennett's Motel; 1967
1 26 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Belts, Claude S.; 1967
1 27 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Biff-Burger; 1968
1 28 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Big Giant; 1965-1966
1 29 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Bi-Lo's Stores; 1969
1 30 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Biltmore Carpet & Drapery; 1969
1 31 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Biltmore Dairies; 1962-1969; n.d.
1 32 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Biltmore Furniture; 1967-1970
1 33 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Biltmore House & Gardens Nursery; 1972; n.d.
1 34 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Black Mountain Drugs; 1967-1971; n.d.
1 35 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Black Mountain Esso; 1964
1 36 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Black Mountain Hardware; 1966-1967
1 37 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Black Mountain Insurance; 1963-1970; n.d.
1 38 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Black Mountain Lumber; 1964-1971; n.d.
1 39 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Black Mountain Realty; 1965; n.d.
1 40 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Black Mountain Savings & Loan; 1964-1970; n.d.
1 41 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Blind; 1963; n.d.
1 42 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Blowing Rock Tourist Dev.; 1967
1 43 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--BMI; 1963-1965; n.d.
1 44 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Bowling's Flower and Garden Center; 1968; n.d.
1 45 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Brand, Robert Auction Gallery; 1969; n.d.
1 46 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Bright's Jewelers; 1968
1 47 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Brigman's Motors; 1968
1 48 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Buchanan's (Swannanoa); 1965-1966
1 49 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Burand's Men's Store; 1967
1 50 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Burger Castle; 1965; n.d.
1 51 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Cadle; 1963
1 52 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Cameron's; 1967-1969; n.d.
1 53 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Martin's Cancellation; 1965-1970; n.d.
1 54 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Carolina Federal; 1964-1970; n.d.
1 55 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Carolina Power and Light Co.; 1965-1970
1 56 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Carolina Sewing Machine Co.; 1969; n.d.
1 57 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Carolina Tire-Presidential; 1968
1 58 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Carolina Tire-Regular; 1966-1970; n.d.
1 59 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--The Charles J. Lowry Agency; 1963; n.d.
1 60 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Christmas Letters & Proposals; 1968-1969; n.d.
1 61 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Church Broadcasts (Live); 1964
1 62 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Church of the Open Door--Morning Sunshine; 1962-1963
1 63 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Citizen's Hardware & Supply; 1965
1 64 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Coach House Restaurant; 1968-1970
1 65 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Colleges--Universities Contacts, etc.; 1964
1 66 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Collins Dept. Store; 1964-1969; n.d.
1 67 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Colonial Baking Co.; 1964
1 68 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Colonial Stores; 1967
1 69 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Coverage Maps; n.d.
1 70 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Crest; 1964
1 71 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Crisp Radio-TV; 1964- 1965
1 72 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Crusader Bible Study; 1966
1 73 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Custards Last Stand; 1964-1965
1 74 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--D Misc.; n.d.
1 75 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Dairy Queen, Local; 1968; n.d.
1 76 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Deal Buick; 1962-1970; n.d.
1 77 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Dependable Dodge; 1965-1966
1 78 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Diet Rite Cola (Royal Crown Cola Co.); 1965-1972
1 79 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Dorato Motors, Inc.; 1965-1972; n.d.
1 80 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Draper Corporation; 1969
1 81 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Drexel Corporation; 1969-1972
1 82 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Dunham's Music House; 1969; n.d.
1 83 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Dunwody Jewelers; 1967-1970; n.d.
1 84 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--E. B. Stone; 1963; n.d.
1 85 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Eckerd's Drug Stores; 1968-1969; n.d.
1 86 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Election; 1968; n.d.
1 87 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Eliada; 1963; n.d.
1 88 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Fabric Barn; Jun 1967-Mar 1969; n.d.
1 89 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Film Ministry; 1963; n.d.
1 90 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--First Union National Bank; 1964-1965
1 91 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Football 1964, 1965, 1966; 1964-1966
1 92 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Football 1968; 1968; n.d.
1 93 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Football 1969; 1969
1 94 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Football Format 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968; 1963-1969; n.d.
1 95 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Free Service Tire and Appliance; 1967-1970
2 1 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Fun Fair, Inc; 1969-1970; n.d.
2 2 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Garland Tire; 1965-1970; n.d.
2 3 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Gibb's Radio & TV; 1968-1969; n.d.
2 4 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Gillis Burnette; 1969
2 5 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Golden Age Life Ins., 1963
2 6 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Gordons Jewelers; 1966-1969; n.d.
2 7 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--The Gospel Hour; 1963
2 8 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Gray Eagle; 1966
2 9 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Greetings--Christmas and New Year; 1964-1969
2 10 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Grove Park Inn; 1969
2 11 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Grove Stone and Sand Co.; 1968
2 12 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Gun Rack, The; 1968
2 13 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Hadley Factory Store; 1968-1969; n.d.
2 14 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Harry's Cadillac-Pontiac Co.; 1968-1972
2 15 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Haynes, B.; 1964-1970
2 16 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--High Fidelity Sales; 1966-1970
2 17 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Holiday Inn; 1963-1970
2 18 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Home Oil Co.; 1964-1969; n.d.
2 19 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Hour Of Decision/Billy Graham; 1963
2 20 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Huggins Jewelers; 1965-1970
2 21 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Hulbert's Appliances; 1966; n.d.
2 22 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Hunting & Fishing Shop; 1967- 1968; n.d.
2 23 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Ivey's of Asheville; 1962-1969; n.d.
2 24 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--January Programs; 1964-1965
2 25 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--"K" Miscellaneous; 1963-1970
2 26 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--L & H Construction; 1968
2 27 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Launderama; 1966; n.d.
2 28 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Luther Appliance Mart; 1968-1969
2 29 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Man Store, The; 1969
2 30 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Matthews Ford; 1969-1972; n.d.
2 31 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--McDonald's; 1964-1967; n.d.
2 32 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--McMurray Chevrolet Co.; 1964-1969
2 33 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Mike's Plant Farm; 1967; n.d.
2 34 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Minico; 1964; n.d.
2 35 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Moores Super Stores; 1969
2 36 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Morgan Mfg.; 1965-1968
2 37 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Moseley Shoe Service, Inc.; 1968
2 38 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Moss Garden Shop; 1964-1970; n.d.
2 39 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Mutual; 1964-1969; n.d.
2 40 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Networks; 1963-1964; n.d.
2 41 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--News (General); 1963; n.d.
2 42 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--News Specials (network, local, tape, beeper, etc.); 1963
2 43 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Northwestern Bank; 1964-1971; n.d.
2 44 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Northwestern Barber shop; 1969
2 45 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Oak Hill; 1961
2 46 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Ok Tire Stores; 1965-1966; n.d.
2 47 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Oriental Rug; 1967; n.d.
2 48 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Orkin; 1964-1969; n.d.
2 49 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Orr, Ed Motors; 1969
2 50 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Oryal Oak Insurance Co.; 1962-1963
2 51 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Parkland Chevrolet; 1962-1967; n.d.
2 52 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Parkway Auto Service; 1965-1967; n.d.
2 53 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Parkway Hobby Toy Shop; 1964-1965
2 54 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Patrons Concert (Anita Bryant); 1971; n.d.
2 55 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pearlman's (Regular); 1968-1969; n.d.
2 56 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pegg's Fashions; 1968-1971; n.d.
2 57 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pelle, Rudy Motors; 1969; n.d.
2 58 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pences Shoes; 1965-1966
2 59 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Penney, J.C. Co.
2 60 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pepsi-Cola; 1968-1971; n.d.
2 61 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pine Lodge; 1964-1965; n.d.
2 62 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pittsburgh Paints Center; 1968
2 63 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Political File 1968-1969; 1968-1969; n.d.
2 64 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pressley, J. Ltd.; 1968-1969; n.d.
2 65 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Pride & Joy; 1969-1970; n.d.
2 66 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Program Schedules; 1962; n.d.
2 67 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Quality Mobile Homes; 1969; n.d.
2 68 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Radio Bible Class; 1963
2 69 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Ralph's Motor Sales; 1964-1971; n.d.
2 70 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Rate Cards; 1955-1962; n.d.
2 71 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Red Cross Shoe Store; 1969-1970
2 72 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Reynwood Restaurant; 1969
2 73 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Rhoney's Furniture Store; 1969-1970
2 74 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Riddle Florist; 1964-1969
2 75 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Rollin Pin Bakery; 1969-1970; n.d.
2 76 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Salvation Army Programs; 1962-1963; n.d.
2 77 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Sealtest Foods; 1965
2 78 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Sears; 1965-1972; n.d.
2 79 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Shipley's; 1968; n.d.
2 80 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Shop for Homes, The; 1968-1970; n.d.
2 81 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Shrine Bowl; 1962
2 82 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Simon & Schuster; 1963
2 83 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Singer Co.; 1968-1969; n.d.
2 84 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Skyland Oldsmobile; 1965-1970; n.d.
2 85 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Sleepy Hollow Stables; 1964-1965
2 86 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Sobol House of Furnishings; 1972; n.d.
2 87 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Sonny Smith Agency, Inc.-- Northwestern Bank; 1966
2 88 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph; 1966-1969
2 89 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Specialty Cleaners; 1964-1970; n.d.
22 90 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--S.R.D.S.; 1962; n.d.
2 91 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Stereo Tape Center; 1968; n.d.
2 92 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Suburban Propane Company; 1966-1969; n.d.
2 93 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Swannanoa TV; 1969
2 94 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Sweater Shop, The; 1964-1969; n.d.
3 1 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Talman's; 1967-1969; n.d.
3 2 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Tate's Used Auto Parts; n.d.
3 3 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--T-Bird Fire Extinguishers;
3 4 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Thru the Bible--J.V. McGee; 1963
3 5 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Toytown; 1969
3 6 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Triangle Tape Service; 1963
3 7 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Tunnel Road Shopping Center; 1968-1970; n.d.
3 8 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Twentieth Century; 1962
3 9 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Tyson Furniture; 1966-1971
3 10 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--United Press--Associated Press, Supplies, etc.; 1962-1965
3 11 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Valley Realty; 1967-1968; n.d.
3 12 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Viverette Oil Co.;--1963--1969; n.d.
3 13 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Wachovia Bank; 1962-1969; n.d.
3 14 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Walker-Rawalt Co., Inc.; 1962
3 15 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Wards Drug Store; 1962-1967; n.d.
3 16 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Wash N Wax; 1969; n.d.
3 17 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--West Asheville Assembly of God; 1968-1969
3 18 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--West Gate Shopping Center; 1968-1969; n.d.
3 19 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Western Auto Store; 1969; n.d.
3 20 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Western Carolina Land Auction;
3 21 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Whites Volkswagen; 1966-1969; n.d.
3 22 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Wise Potato Chip Company; 1967
3 23 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--WNC Coin Laundry & Dry Cleaners; 1969
3 24 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Woodcock Motors; 1964-1969; n.d.
3 25 Advertising: Copy and Continuity--Young's Shoe Store; 1969
3 26 Advertising: Correspondence--Account Lists and Sales Contacts; 1963-1966; n.d.
3 27 Advertising: Correspondence--Accounts Receivable-Lists; 1967-1969
3 28 Advertising: Correspondence--A & P Store; 1963-1971
3 29 Advertising: Correspondence--Autrey-Smathers, Insurance; 1962-1964
3 30 Advertising: Correspondence--Back to the Bible; 1965-1970
3 31 Advertising: Correspondence--Bank of Asheville; 1965-1970; n.d.
3 32 Advertising: Correspondence--Bennet, Walter Company--Chicago; 1965-1970
3 33 Advertising: Correspondence--Bible for You, The; 1968-1970
3 34 Advertising: Correspondence--Bost Bakery; 1962-1970; n.d.
3 35 Advertising: Correspondence--Calvary Baptist Church; 1967-1969
3 36 Advertising: Correspondence--Camp, J.M. and Company; 1966
3 37 Advertising: Correspondence--Century Advertising--John Rudin & Co.; 1966-1967
3 38 Advertising: Correspondence--Chapel of the Air; 1965-1968
3 39 Advertising: Correspondence--Cherokee Historical Association, Inc., Unto These Hills; 1967
3 40 Advertising: Correspondence--Colonial Stores; 1965-1967
3 41 Advertising: Correspondence--Dairy Queen, National; 1969
3 42 Advertising: Correspondence--Devoe Paints; 1968
3 43 Advertising: Correspondence--Downtowner Motor Inns; 1966-1967
3 44 Advertising: Correspondence--Elgin Watch Company; 1968-1969
3 45 Advertising: Correspondence--Employee Sales Plan (ESP); 1969
3 46 Advertising: Correspondence--Encounter thru Walter Bennett Co., Chicago; 1967-1969
3 47 Advertising: Correspondence--First Union National Bank; 1966-1970
3 48 Advertising: Correspondence--Food Town Stores; 1965-1966
3 49 Advertising: Correspondence--Ghost Town; 1967
3 50 Advertising: Correspondence--Gill-Perna, Inc.; 1966-1967
3 51 Advertising: Correspondence--Glad Tidings; 1966
3 52 Advertising: Correspondence--Grace Worship Hour thru Domain Ad Agency; 1966-1969
3 53 Advertising: Correspondence--Grandfather Mountain; 1967; n.d.
3 54 Advertising: Correspondence--Henderson Advertising--Atlanta, Ga.; 1969
3 55 Advertising: Correspondence--HLH Products--Life Line Program; 1961-1969; n.d.
3 56 Advertising: Correspondence--Homelite; 1965
3 57 Advertising: Correspondence--Hour of Decision, The; 1964-1969
3 58 Advertising: Correspondence--Howard Johnson's; 1966
3 59 Advertising: Correspondence--Independent Grocer's Alliance Distributing Co. (I.G.A. Stores); 1965
3 60 Advertising: Correspondence--Inland Air Lines; 1965
3 61 Advertising: Correspondence--Ivey's of Asheville and Greenville; 1969
3 62 Advertising: Correspondence--Kirban, Salem Inc.; 1969; n.d.
3 63 Advertising: Correspondence--Kiwanis; 1968-1970; n.d.
3 64 Advertising: Correspondence--Lutheran Hour and Lutheran Hour Vespers; 1966-1969
3 65 Advertising: Correspondence--Miscellaneous; 1963-1970
3 66 Advertising: Correspondence--Nations Family Prayer Period; 1965-1966
3 67 Advertising: Correspondence--National Wholesale Distributors; 1969
3 68 Advertising: Correspondence--North Carolina Association of Insurance Agents; 1964-1965
3 69 Advertising: Correspondence--North Carolina State Fair; 1969
3 70 Advertising: Correspondence--Old Fashioned Revival Hour-- Joyful Sound; 1962-1969
3 71 Advertising: Correspondence--Orkin Exterminators; 1963-1966; n.d.
3 72 Advertising: Correspondence--Our Daily Bread; 1965-1968
3 73 Advertising: Correspondence--Piedmont Airlines; 1968-1971; n.d.
3 74 Advertising: Correspondence--Price-McNabb Advertising Agency, NWBB Asheville; 1969-1970
3 75 Advertising: Correspondence--Proposals--Letter Style; 1967-1970
3 76 Advertising: Correspondence--Pulse Incorporated; 1969-1970
3 77 Advertising: Correspondence--Questionnaires and Requests for Competitive Information; 1969
3 78 Advertising: Correspondence--Radio Bible Class; 1962-1969
3 79 Advertising: Correspondence--Reader's Digest; 1969-1970
3 80 Advertising: Correspondence--Sales Trips; 1969
3 81 Advertising: Correspondence--Sanka Coffee; 1969; n.d.
3 82 Advertising: Correspondence--Standard Rate and Data Service; 1969-1970
3 83 Advertising: Correspondence--Tobacco Radio Network; 1965; n.d.
3 84 Advertising: Correspondence--Waldensian Bakeries, Inc.; 1969
3 85 Advertising: Presentation Style Proposals; 1967-1969; n.d.
3 86 Advertising: Sales Reports--1967; 1967
3 87 Advertising: Sales Reports--1968; 1968
3 88 Advertising: Sales Reports--1969; 1969; n.d.
4 1 Management Correspondence: A; 1962-1969
4 2 Management Correspondence: Agencies; 1961-1964
4 3 Management Correspondence: Advertising; 1966-1969; n.d.
4 4 Management Correspondence: American Broadcasting Company; 1963-1967
4 5 Management Correspondence: Ampex Corporation; 1966
4 6 Management Correspondence: Applications for Employment; 1961-1966
4 7 Management Correspondence: Applications for Employment; 1967-1969
4 8 Management Correspondence: Asheville Citizen-Times; 1964-1970
4 9 Management Correspondence: Associated Press; 1961-1967
4 10 Management Correspondence: Audience Surveys; 1969
4 11 Management Correspondence: Auditron Corporation; 1963-1964
4 12 Management Correspondence: B; 1962-1969
4 13 Management Correspondence: Bailey, Don; 1964-1968
4 14 Management Correspondence: Basketball; 1966
4 15 Management Correspondence: Bell, L. Nelson; 1962-1973
4 16 Management Correspondence: Bennet Brothers; 1962-1964
4 17 Management Correspondence: Walter F. Bennett and Co.; 1962-1968
4 18 Management Correspondence: Billing Totals; 1963-1964
4 19 Management Correspondence: Billy Graham Crusades; 1965-1966
4 20 Management Correspondence: Billy Graham Evangelistic Association; 1962-1969
4 21 Management Correspondence: BGEA--Group Insurance Pension Plan; 1962-1968; n.d.
4 22 Management Correspondence: Black Mountain Insurance Agency 1967
4 23 Management Correspondence: Bridges, Loren
4 24 Management Correspondence: Broadcast Pioneers; 1962
4 25 Management Correspondence: C; 1962-1970
4 26 Management Correspondence: Cant, Haverstock, Beardsley, Gray and Plant; 1967-1968
4 27 Management Correspondence: Chamber of Commerce; 1963-1969
4 28 Management Correspondence: Children's Bible Hour; 1964-1968
4 29 Management Correspondence: Complaints; 1966-1972
4 30 Management Correspondence: The Conference Hour Program; 1964-1969
4 31 Management Correspondence: Contributions Control Data; 1968-1970
4 32 Management Correspondence: Copy Paper Statements; 1967-1969
4 33 Management Correspondence: Covenant Presbyterian Church; 1962
4 34 Management Correspondence: Coverage Maps; n.d.
4 35 Management Correspondence: D; 1962-1968
4 36 Management Correspondence: Decision Magazine; 1962-1966
4 37 Management Correspondence: Delinquent Accounts; 1964
4 38 Management Correspondence: E; 1962-1969
4 39 Management Correspondence: Engineering; 1962-1966
4 40 Management Correspondence: Equipment and Supplies; 1963-1967; n.d.
5 1 Management Correspondence: F; 1962-1969
5 2 Management Correspondence: Federal Communications Commission; 1962-1965
5 3 Management Correspondence: Film Bookings; 1965-1967
5 4 Management Correspondence: Former Employees; 1966-1969
5 5 Management Correspondence: G; 1962-1969
5 6 Management Correspondence: Gates Radio Company; 1962-1968
5 7 Management Correspondence: Gautney and Jones; 1961-1968
5 8 Management Correspondence: Gideons International; 1967-1968
5 9 Management Correspondence: Graham, William Franklin "Billy"; Jan 1962-1968
5 10 Management Correspondence: H; 1962-1969; n.d.
5 11 Management Correspondence: I; 1962-1969
5 12 Management Correspondence: Invoices; 1969
5 13 Management Correspondence: J; 1962-1968
5 14 Management Correspondence: K; 1948-1968
5 15 Management Correspondence: L; 1962-1969
5 16 Management Correspondence: M; 1962-1969
5 17 Management Correspondence: Magne-Tronics, Inc.; 1959-1963
5 18 Management Correspondence: Memos to Staff Members; 1959-1965; n.d.
5 19 Management Correspondence: Miscellaneous--Listener Letters; 1962-1964
5 20 Management Correspondence: Moody Bible Institute; Apr 1963-1969
5 21 Management Correspondence: Mutual Broadcasting System; 1961-1966
5 22 Management Correspondence: Mutual Broadcasting System; 1967-1970
5 23 Management Correspondence: N; 1961-1969; n.d.
5 24 Management Correspondence: National Association of Broadcasters (NAB); 1961-1969; n.d.
5 25 Management Correspondence: Newspaper Schedule and Advertising; 1962-1963; n.d.
5 26 Management Correspondence: North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (NCAB); 1961-1967; n.d.
6 1 Management Correspondence: O; 1962-1965
6 2 Management Correspondence: Our Decision, BGEA; 1963-1967
6 3 Management Correspondence: P; 1962-1969; n.d.
6 4 Management Correspondence: Parkway Permits; 1966-1969
6 5 Management Correspondence: Perspective; 1959-1968
6 6 Management Correspondence: Political; 1962-1966; n.d.
6 7 Management Correspondence: Pre-Em Night 1969-1970; 1968-1971; n.d.
6 8 Management Correspondence: Programs; 1961-1968; n.d.
6 9 Management Correspondence: Promotion Items; 1967-1969; n.d.
6 10 Management Correspondence: Pulse; 1964-1972; n.d.
6 11 Management Correspondence: R; 1962-1970; n.d.
6 12 Management Correspondence: Rate Cards; 1959-1964; n.d.
6 13 Management Correspondence: Reciprocal Advertising; 1964-1965; n.d.
6 14 Management Correspondence: Records; 1962-1965; n.d.
6 15 Management Correspondence: S; 1962-1970; n.d.
6 16 Management Correspondence: Sales; 1962-1965
6 17 Management Correspondence: Schedule, Proposed; 1961
6 18 Management Correspondence: T; 1962-1969; n.d.
6 19 Management Correspondence: Tax Instruction Book; 1963
6 20 Management Correspondence: Testimonials; 1962-1963
6 21 Management Correspondence: Thank You Letters; 1962-1966; n.d.
6 22 Management Correspondence: Travel & Accommodations; 1963
6 23 Management Correspondence: Triangle Publications, Inc.; 1963-1964
6 24 Management Correspondence: U; 1962-1969; n.d.
6 25 Management Correspondence: V; 1961-1968; n.d.
6 26 Management Correspondence: Visitors Register; 1962-1965
6 27 Management Correspondence: W; 1961-1969; n.d.
7 1 Management Correspondence: WFGW Anniversary Invitations; 1967; n.d.
7 2 Management Correspondence: WFGW Policy Procedures; 1962-1968; n.d.
7 3 Management Correspondence: WFGW Forms; n.d.
7 4 Management Correspondence: WFGW/WMIT Tear Sheets; 1962-1966; n.d.
7 5 Management Correspondence: Wilson, George (BGEA); 1961-1968; n.d.
7 6 Management Correspondence: Wilson, Jim--Tape Department; 1965
7 7 Management Correspondence: Wilson, T.W., President; 1962-1969; n.d.
7 8 Management Correspondence: "WMIT" File; 1963-1965
7 9 Management Correspondence: WMIT Mailings; 1967-1969; n.d.
7 10 Management Correspondence: WMIT & Melodaire; 1962-1965
7 11 Management Correspondence: X, Y, Z; 1962-1968
7 12 Newspaper Articles Concerning Dr. Graham: 1965-1969
7 13 Record Companies Correspondence: ABC Paramount Records; 1963-1964; n.d.
7 14 Record Companies Correspondence: A & M Records; 1965-1966
7 15 Record Companies Correspondence: Atco Records; 1962
7 16 Record Companies Correspondence: Back to the Bible Broadcast Records; 1962
7 17 Record Companies Correspondence: Capitol Records; 1962-1964; n.d.
7 18 Record Companies Correspondence: Christian Faith and Alma Records; 1962-1963
7 19 Record Companies Correspondence: Crown V Records; 1963-1964; n.d.
7 20 Record Companies Correspondence: Columbia Records; 1962-1967; n.d.
7 21 Record Companies Correspondence: Decca Records; 1962-1964; n.d.
7 22 Record Companies Correspondence: Diadem Productions Inc.; 1963; n.d.
7 23 Record Companies Correspondence: Disneyland Records; 1962; n.d.
7 24 Record Companies Correspondence: DOT Records; 1962-1965; n.d.
7 25 Record Companies Correspondence: Epic Records; 1964; n.d.
7 26 Record Companies Correspondence: IGM; 1965; n.d.
7 27 Record Companies Correspondence: Kapp and Medallion Records; 1965; n.d.
7 28 Record Companies Correspondence: London Records; 1962-1966; n.d.
7 29 Record Companies Correspondence: Mercury Records; 1964-1966; n.d.
7 30 Record Companies Correspondence: MGM and Lion Records; 1963; n.d.
7 31 Record Companies Correspondence: Raebets Records; 1963-1964
7 32 Record Companies Correspondence: RCA Victor Records; 1962; n.d.
7 33 Record Companies Correspondence: Record Source Incorporated; 1961-1967; n.d.
7 34 Record Companies Correspondence: Reprise Records; 1963
7 35 Record Companies Correspondence: Sacred Records; 1963-1964; n.d.
7 36 Record Companies Correspondence: Sesac Records; 1962-1965; n.d.
7 37 Record Companies Correspondence: Singspiration Records; 1962-1963
7 38 Record Companies Correspondence: Somerset Records; 1963; n.d.
7 39 Record Companies Correspondence: Starday Records; 1963; n.d.
7 40 Record Companies Correspondence: Supreme Records; 1963-1965; n.d.
7 41 Record Companies Correspondence: Time Records; 1962-1963; n.d.
7 42 Record Companies Correspondence: Verve Records; n.d.
7 43 Record Companies Correspondence: Warner Records; 1962; n.d.
7 44 Record Companies Correspondence: Word Records; 1962-1966; n.d.

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