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Papers of Charles Henry Troutman, Jr. -
Collection 111


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Table of Contents

Title Page and Restrictions

Brief Description of This Collection

Biography

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

    Series I - Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship - USA
    Series II - Inter-Varsity Fellowship - Australia
    Series III - Latin America Mission
    Series IV - Personal correspondence and records
Lists of Audio Tapes, Oversize Materials, Phonograph Records, Photographs, and Slides in This Collection (Location Records)
    Audio Tapes
    Oversize Materials
    Phonograph Records
    Photographs
    Slides
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Box List)
    Series I - Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship - USA
    Series II - Inter-Varsity Fellowship - Australia
    Series III - Latin America Mission
    Series IV - Personal correspondence and records




Collection 111
[December 9, 2004]
Troutman, Charles Henry Jr.; 1914-1990
Papers; 1924-1991; n.d.

29 Boxes (21 RC, 8 DC); Audio Tapes, Oversize Materials, Phonograph Records, Photographs, Slides (26.62 cubic feet)



Brief Description: Correspondence, minutes, reports, manuals, and other records that have to do with Troutman's career in Christian work among university students, first with Inter-Varsity in the United States and Australia and then with Latin America Mission. This collection also contains a great deal of information on evangelical Christianity in the United States, Australia and Latin America; Troutman's letters from his service in the Pacific in World War II; and reports and other information relative to the United States' foreign policy toward Latin America in the 1970s and 1980s.



Restrictions: None



Biography


Full name

Charles Henry Troutman, Jr.

Birth

April 3, 1914, Butler, Pennsylvania

Death

November 18, 1990, Tucson, Arizona

Family

 

Parents

Charles Henry and Lena (Dunn) Troutman

 

Siblings

Two sisters

 

Marital Status

Married Lois Margaret Dickason (1914-1990) on February 7, 1942

 

Children

Charles III (born 1944), Miriam (b. 1948, nee de Paredes), David Garrett (b. 1951)

Education

 

1932-1936

Wheaton College (BS)

Career

 

1936-1939

Staff member of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Canada (IVCF)

 

1939-1940

In September 1939 Charles Troutman was sent to Michigan and Grace Koch was sent to Philadelphia as the first full-time Inter-Varsity staff members in the country. The next year IVCF-USA was established as a separate organization. Woods was General Secretary of both IVCF-Canada and IVCF-USA. Troutman became Associate General Secretary, based in Chicago.

 

1940-1941

Associate General Secretary, IVCF-USA

 

1941-1945

Joined US Army, became lieutenant in Corp. of Engineers, served in New Guinea, Australia, the Philippines, and Japan

 

1945

Helped organize the Officers Christian Fellowship (later the Officers Christian Union)

 

1946-1953

Associate General Secretary, IVCF-USA

 

1953

Staff member of IVF-Australia

 

1954-1961

General Secretary of IVC-Australia

 

1961-1964

General Director, IVCF-USA

 

1961?

Served on the executive committee of Inter-Varsity Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES)

 

1964-1965

Associate General Director, IVCF-USA

 

1966-1979

Joined the staff of Latin American Mission (LAM) as a member of the personnel staff. Starting in 1970, Latin America Mission began to make important changes in its administrative structure to change from an organization largely run from North America to one run largely by Latin nationals from the countries where LAM worked. The new organization was called the Community of Latin American Evangelical Ministries (CLAME) and was made up of equal member groups representing each nation participating in the ministry, including Latin America Mission.

 

1966-1967

Attended language school in Costa Rica

 

1967-

Director of LAM’s Ministry to the Student World

 

1969-

President of Spanish Language Institute, San Jose, California

Other significant information

 

 

Charles H. Troutman, Sr. Was a prominent leader both in the local business community and in the Lutheran Church. He was also a trustee (1935-1944) of Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.

 

ca. 1954

Apparently the Troutmans at first only planned a brief stay in Australia. However, Mrs. Troutman and two of her children contracted polio, necessitating a longer stay in Australia

 

1965

After leaving IVCF, he worked for the organization on a manuscript on the historical roots of evangelistic work among students

 

1966

Troutman family moved to Costa Rica

 

1979

Retired from CLAME and moved to Arizona. There he maintained a voluminous correspondence with the Inter-Varsity and LAM workers, and others, who wrote to him for advise. He also continued to work on many writing projects, including a history of evangelistic work among university students.

 

1979

Troutman’s book Everything You Want to Know About the Mission Field But Are Afraid to Ask published




[Note: In the Scope & Content section, the notation “folder 2-5" means “Box 2, Folder 5"]


Scope and Content


The material in the collection is a portion of the papers of Charles H. Troutman Jr. There are a few photographs and posters but the overwhelming bulk of the collection consists of correspondence, memos, reports and minutes. When the first part of the collection was received by the Archives in March 1980, most of the records were bound in inexpensive report covers. For ease of handling and to better preserve the material, the correspondence was removed from the covers and placed in acid free file folders. The folder titles were assigned by the Archives staff according to the information on the notebook cover and the actual contents of the folder. The folders are arranged alphabetically according to title.


Additional material received in 1981 from Troutman comes mainly from his years as General Director of IVCF-USA and as a staff member of LAM and CLAME, although there are a few items from his work in Australia. The bulk of the materials came in nine notebooks compiled by Troutman. Four of the notebooks contain IVCF reference material; the other five consist of letters, reports, and other documents from Troutman's work in Latin America. For more convenient use, two of the IVCF notebooks were taken apart by the archival processor and their components put in separate folders. Folders 20-2, 20-3, 20-5, 20-7, 20-8, 20-10, 20-11, 20-13, 20-14, 20-15, and 20-16 made up one notebook. Folders 20-4, 20-6, and 20-10 made up another. The other notebooks were kept together in the condition in which they were received. Additional small accessions were received over the years and after Mr. Troutman's death in 1990, three notebooks of his writings and his correspondence up to 1987 were given to the archives. There too were maintained in the condition they were received, except that the correspondence was put in acid-free folders.


The collection falls into four major categories:

 

            Series I.       Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship - USA

            Series II.     Inter-Varsity Fellowship - Australia

            Series III.    Latin America Mission

            Series IV.    Personal correspondence and records



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Series I: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship - USA

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title

Date Range: 1936-1965, n.d.

Volume: 12.11 cubic feet

Boxes: 1-11, 20, 29

Geographic coverage: United States

Type of documents: Correspondence, minutes, reports, handbooks, manuals

Correspondents: David Adeney, Bonnie Anderson, Joseph Bayly, Paul Beckwith, Arthur John Dain, Leighton Ford, Mel Friesen, Billy Graham, Vernon Grounds, Wesley L. Gustafsen, Margaret Haines, James Kraakevik, Karlis Leyasmeyer, Herb Netsch, Eugene Nida, James Reapsome, Herbert John Taylor, Kenneth Taylor, Merrill C. Tenney, Ralph Willoughly, C. Stacy Woods

Subjects: History and growth of IVCF-USA

Notes: The IVCF-USA folders, which make up over half the collection, are further divided into correspondence with particular persons or institutions; general correspondence; reports on evangelistic meetings on U.S. campuses; historical background on student ministries gathered by Troutman; minutes of IVCF-USA governing bodies; reference files on topics such as World Council of Churches, student associations, etc.; and reports, memos and handbooks of the staff.

Exceptional items: The IVCF-USA files trace the growth of Inter-Varsity from its early beginnings in the United States. (Note: Be sure to also see Troutman's personal correspondence from his later years in boxes 22 through 25. These contain many letters with reflections about the origins of IVCF, the role of Stacey Woods, the change in the organization over the years and many other aspects of IV history. See, for example the February 28th letter to Charles Hummel in folder 24-2 and the several letters to IVCF historian Keith Hunt in folder 25-4.) Folders 2-28 to 3-2 contain records describing Troutman's activities in Canada, the opposition to IVCF's move to the United States, especially from the League of Evangelical Students, procedures for starting up IVCF chapters on campuses (Folder 2-30), the work of Hudson Armerding among prayer groups at Wheaton College (Folder 2-49). (Folder 2-28 also contains some descriptions of campus life at Wheaton College.) Correspondents in these folders include Merrill C. Tenney, Kenneth Taylor and Eugene Nida. The folders labeled IVCF-USA: Correspondence-Headquarters (Folders 4-6 to 4-15) contain similar materials including several memos to secretaries of IVCF university groups with ideas and suggestions. Folders 5-46 to 5-50, and 8-59 to 8-62 contain Troutman's weekly reports to Woods during this formative period. (Folder 23-5 contains letters and other information on Woods death in 1983.) Margaret Haines was one of the persons who helped bring IVCF south of the Canadian border. Folder 4-5 contains letters and memos sent to her over the years outlining the organization of IVCF; describing the effect of World War II on IVCF; early board meetings; a report by Woods of a trip in 1944 to Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Cuba; IVCF incorporation papers and constitution and by-laws; and a report on the 1951 Urbana convention.


Material on Troutman's own administration as General Director can be found in several places throughout this section, but especially in the folders in box 3 and box 20. There is a great deal of information in box 20 on Troutman's attempts to develop long-range plans for the organization and his suggestions for changes in administrative structure. Also of interest are the job descriptions of IVCF officers in Folder 20-6 and the drafts of various revisions for the staff manual contained in Folders 20-8 and 20-9.


Folders 7-17 to 7-26 contain materials Troutman gathered or wrote about evangelical university witness in general and IVCF in particular. There is a great deal of data on the start of IVCF chapters in Michigan, Minnesota and other states. Folder 7-26 contains a 1961 script for a film about the history of the Fellowship.


Other folders contain information on the development of IVCF administration after the war. Folder 10-21 contains notes from regional conference of chapters held in the late 1940s. IVCF, like most organizations, underwent periodic self-evaluations and reorganizations. Troutman's records contain analyses, reports, suggestions and discussion from two such periods: one in the early fifties and one in the early sixties. Folder 9-3 contains Troutman's analysis of IVCF in 1952. Folders 2-3 and 2-4 contain letters and reports involving both board members and staff about leadership problems. Folder 1-7 contains some information on the work John Bolten and other board members did on by-laws revision. Other folders containing reorganization discussions include Folders 8-1, 8-6, 8-8 and 10-26. The chapter analysis charts in the oversize folder (OS15) are interesting because they contain statistical data on the membership of IVCF on each institutional campus where it had a chapter and this information is collated by region and nationally. Folders 3-17, 3-19, 3-20, 3-23, 3-24, 10-23, 10-24 and 10-25 contain details on reorganization in the 1960's. For example, Folder 3-17 holds reorganization plans from Stacey Woods; Folder 3-20 contains a letter from field director Charles Hummel on administrative structure and a letter from Troutman to staff council members on changes to be made in IVCF. The history of Troutman's resignation in 1964 and his replacement by John Alexander can be traced in the materials in Folders 2-5, 3-23 to 3-31, 7-34, 7-35 and 7-38.


The work of the board of directors of IVCF is described in the minutes, agendas, reports, letters and notes in Folders 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 4-5, 7-32 to 7-35 and 10-45. For example, Folder 7-33 contains annual reports from the seven regional directors as well as reports from the field director, the missionary director, the head of the Nurses Christian Fellowship, the International Student department, His magazine, and Inter-Varsity Press.


Staff manuals in Folders 6-43, 9-15, 10-1, 10-16, 10-17 and 29-7 outline the procedures by which things were done and the directories in Folders 9-12 and 9-13 list most of the major staff members. The memos and minutes of the senior staff council (Folders 8-63 to 9-2) contain records of reappointments, long-range planning ideas and organization charts. Additional information on individual staff members can be found in the questionnaires they filled out in 1950 and 1951 (Folders 9-23 and 10-20). Much of the staff training was done at camps, such as Campus-in-the-Woods and Cedar Campus (Folders 1-9 to 1-13, 3-8, 3-9, 6-5, 8-10, 10-6 and 10-20). Additional information of staff orientation is in Folders 9-8 and 9-9. Folders 9-5 and 9-6 contain documents describing the history and purpose of the associate staff member program.


Most of the work of IVCF revolved around the campus chapters. Besides the data mentioned above in the 1950 chapter analysis in OS15, several folders contain information about the work going on in particular chapters and this information permits the reader to view a cross section of IVCF activities. As mentioned above, Folders 7-21 to 7-26 contain notes on the origins of several IVCF chapters. Folders 6-34 to 7-13 and 5-9 to 5-13 contain descriptive material about the evangelistic meetings by IVCF chapters across the country. Besides reports on the actual results of these meetings, the files contain a great deal of information on how they were planned, scheduled, advertised and evaluated. Folder 5-1, for example, contains suggestions for handling public relations. Folders 6-11 and 6-37 to 6-39 contain letters from Herb Netsch, Bonnie Anderson, Ralph Willoughly, Paul Beckwith, Wesley L. Gustafsen, Joseph Bayly, James Reapsome, Mel Friesen and others about the evangelistic meetings on specific campuses. Other letters discuss planning for missionary conferences, the possibility of having Billy Graham come to talk, the general philosophy of evangelistic missions, flaws that need work and the impact of the meetings. Folder 7-8 contains letters from Jack Wyrtzen, Harold Ockenga, Billy Graham and Donald Barnhouse, Sr. The problems and interests of individual chapters can be studied through the public reports they made to the IVCF newsletters in Folders 8-13, 8-14 and 10-13 to 10-15. Also of interest are the requests for prayer about various difficulties and opportunities from IVCF chapters, regions and divisions sent in for the Day of Prayer held in 1952 (Folder 9-11). Folders 1-14 to 1-19, 1-43 to 1-45 and 10-12 contain further reports from the various chapters. Thus Folder 1-14 contains statistics on Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois (including Chicago), Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan (including Detroit), Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York (including New York City), North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania (including Philadelphia), Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming. Also in the folder are reports from Paul Fromer and James F. Nyquist. Some folders, such as Folders 2-20, 5-37 and 8-5 contain reports on the faculty participation in chapter events and suggestions on ways the Christian teachers could support the IVCF work. Folder 5-37 contains a list of some particularly active Christian faculty. Folder 2-20 contains correspondence on faculty participation from Charles Hatfield, Jr. More information on particular chapters is scattered throughout the collection, like the letters in Folder 5-28 which describe a minor furor caused by the reporting and then the denial of a mock crucifixion at Oberlin College.


Other folders deal with the work of the regional staff members, who coordinated and assisted the chapters within their area. Folders 10-22, 10-28 to 10-34 and 10-35 to 10-44 contain reports of the contracts and activities of these staff persons. Thus Folder 10-48 contains descriptions by Carl Thomas, Troutman and Joseph Bayly about activities in the western, midwestern and eastern sections, respectively.


One of the best known and most important activities of Inter-Varsity was to sponsor a mission conference at regular three-year intervals which would be attended by students from all over the country. The students would listen to speakers, go to Bible studies, and visit exhibits which would describe the needs and goals of the mission movement. One of the prime purposes of this conference (which came to be known as the Urbana Conference from the site where it was held since 1951, Urbana, Illinois) was to recruit students as missionaries. Protestant mission boards of all types and sizes sent representatives. Much of the early history of the conference can be traced in Troutman's papers. There is information as well on the mission emphasis work of the local chapters. Folder 7-27 contains a report on the work Wesley Gustafsen and David Howard did in preparing for the 1953 conference and their recommendations for the next conference. There is information on Urbana scattered all through the general correspondence, board minutes and staff reports. For example, Folder 3-25 contains letters about the plans for the upcoming 1964 meeting. Other information can be found in Folder 7-19. Material from early mission conferences is contained in Folders 8-11 and 8-12. A manual for staff working on the 1964 Urbana Conference is in Folder 11-1. Folders 11-6 to 11-9 contain more documents about the meetings in the early 1960's. Folder 21-1 contains information on Urbana '73 and folders 24-3 and 24-4 contain information on Urbana '84.


Several files contain information on IVCF's work among nurses. Folders 8-15 to 8-17 contain correspondence with Tressie Meyers describing how the Christian Nurses Fellowship came to be affiliated with IVCF and how its name was changed to the Nurses Christian Fellowship. The chapters analysis in OS15 contains statistics on its membership in 1950. Annual reports to the board of directors and staff manuals describe its activities. There was an attempt to start a similar organization for teachers, the Teachers Christian Fellowship; Folder 6-10 contains a draft constitution of the group and some information on its activities. Folder 5-1 contains correspondence dealing with the work of the Inter-Varsity Serviceman's Fellowship. In the folder are many letters from servicemen about their problems and their attempts to spread Christian beliefs in the armed forces. Troutman also stayed in touch with other Christian organizations in the military such as the Officers Christian Union (OCU) and the Christian Military Men's Committee (CMMC). Folder 2-3 contains some information on the OCU's constitution, newsletter and a description of the conflict between it and the CMMC.


Another group IVCF worked with was foreign students studying in the United States. Once again reports to the board of directors and staff manuals give an idea of the scope of activities. Folder 3-13 contains an interesting letter about a conference in Chicago for English speaking Japanese. Troutman exchanged a good deal of correspondence with Robert V. Finley, who organized International Students, Inc. (ISI) to do Christian work among students who came to the United States to attend colleges and universities. Folders 2-21, 4-30 to 4-32 contain very complete information on the activities of this group. There is also correspondence about a proposed merger between IVCF and ISI. Correspondents include Herbert John Taylor and James Kraakevik. Troutman also corresponded with Theodore Choy (Folders 1-22, 1-48, 1-49) who founded Ambassadors for Christ to work among Chinese students and with Chinese for Christ, Inc. (Folder 1-46) and the Chinese Interim Committee (Folder 1-47).


There were national IV groups similar to IVCF in many countries working among university students. Troutman has reports from all over the world about the activities of IVCF groups. Folder 10-3, for example, contains information on Afghanistan and Folder 7-14 has information on activities in Great Britain, Malaysia, Australia, Hong Kong and Africa. The International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) was made up of all the national IV's. There is information on the IFES scattered all through Troutman's files, but Folders 4-24 to 4-29, 6-26, 7-36 and 8-56 contain records dealing specifically with the work of the Fellowship. Folder 8-56 contains some early material, including a report by Wilbur Sutherland describing the needs of the IV groups in Europe and Asia. Another interesting Folder is 4-26, which contains a report by W.A. Hutchinson about a trip he took from Wellington, New Zealand to London. He describes the IVCF staff in Australia and the Philippines; estimates the effect of politics on work in the Philippines; gives his impression of Japan and the work of the KGK, the Japanese Christian Student group; notes the influence of communism in Asia; and outlines the student work in Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. Several of the folders contain minutes or agendas of the governing council of IFES. Some other related folders are Folder 2-25 (correspondence with Melvin Friesen who was North American secretary of IFES), Folder 1-21 (correspondence with David Adeney who was IFES associate secretary for the Far East. This file contains reports on relations between IV groups and the Student Christian Movement (SCM), as well as reports on Manila, Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan). The correspondence-general folders also contain a good deal of information on the Fellowship, such as the material in Folder 3-12 about a proposed meeting of the general committee of the IFES in Switzerland in 1953. There are also a few files that contain correspondence between staff members of IVCF-USA and the staff of IV organizations in other countries. Folder 5-4 contains letters from Douglas Johnson, the general secretary of Inter-Varsity Fellowship in Great Britain. His correspondence describes the work of the Christian Medical Society and other outreach programs to medical students. Folders 1-38 and 2-14 contain correspondence of Ian Burnard and Brian Dickey of Australia's Inter-Varsity Fellowship. Burnard's letters go over the liaison between the American and Australian organizations and describes in great detail world wide activities of the IFES. He also describes meetings of the IFES's executive committee. Folder 6-7 and 3-20 contain correspondence from H. Wilbur Sutherland of the Canadian IV. Folders 3-23 to 3-26 contain information on the work in India.


Also in the IVCF-USA folders are letters and reports from other Christian organizations about evangelism and mission activities around the world. For example, Folder 5-34 has letters and critiques of the Peniel movement and Folder 1-20 contains a report from Sidney Langford on the situation of the Christian Church in Africa in the early 1960's. An interesting letter in folder 19-1 deals with IV's attitude toward Pentecostalism and speaking in tongues.


As indicated in some of the paragraphs above, there is a great deal of data in the collection about other Christian organizations. Folders 1-38, 1-40 and 1-41, among others, contain documents on the beginnings and growth of Campus Crusade for Christ. Included in these files are memos on the different techniques of IVCF and Campus Crusade, areas of conflict, and the possibility of a merger. Correspondents include Bill Bright, Paul Little, Paul Fromer and Charles Hummel. Folders 5-22, 5-23 and 10-11 contain similar material on the work of the Navigators and correspondence from Dawson Trotman. Folder 8-23 contains a detailed critique of the Navigators' methods. Other folders contain data from or about Scripture Union (Folders 5-44 and 5-45), including information on the relationship between the Union and IVCF, description of various literature ministries and correspondence from Colin Becroft, Eternity magazine, and the Evangelical Foundation. Several folders contain reports about an outbreak of glossolalia at Yale University (Folders 2-1, 3-21 to 3-26, 4-2). The folder of Christianity Today correspondence (Folder 2-1) includes correspondence about in errancy and about a special issue the magazine was planning on college evangelism. Frank Gaebelein was one of the correspondents.


Another organization with which IVCF had frequent contact was the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA). Folders 1-33, 1-37, 2-22, 3-18, 4-1, 7-16 and 7-26 contain letters, reports and statistics about BGEA activities. Folder 1-36 contains letters from Billy Graham, Gerald Beaven, Robert Glockner and Willis Haymaker. There is some discussion of a university meeting Troutman helped arrange for the BGEA, such as one held at Harvard and general comments on the strategy and tactics of mass evangelism on campuses. There is also information on the crusade held in Philadelphia in 1961 and in Los Angeles in 1963. Folder 7-26 has letters about the assistance IVCF gave the BGEA during the 1957 New York Crusade and Folder 3-18 has a letter from Billy Graham about a speaking engagement he hoped to arrange for IVCF. Don Hustad, who was a member of the BGEA team, has some correspondence in Folder 5-19 about the founding of the National Christian Music Fellowship, of which he was president.


Folder 5-20 contains a brochure and other material from the National Negro Evangelical Association. It also has a letter from Ruth Lewis about her experience in Alabama. Folder 2-28 contains a description of the work of the Navajo Indian Evangelization Movement.


Throughout his time at IVCF and especially in 1964 and 1965, Troutman gathered documents on the history of Christian work among university students. Many of these documents can be found in Folders 4-19, 7-17 to 7-20, 8-1 to 8-10, 8-19 to 8-54, and 11-5. These reference files also contain information on groups like the United Student Christian Council (Folder 8-43) which was associated with the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches. More information on work among students can be found in Folder 5-21 which contains a survey of various denominational programs done in 1964 for the World Christian Fellowship. Additional programs done in 1964 for the university evangelism in the United States can be found in Folders 17-6 to 17-11 which contain documents that Troutman gathered by and about the League of Evangelical Students. J. Gresham Machen is among the correspondents in these files, which trace the growth and demise of the League and measures some of its effects. Folder 20-1 contains a manuscript of a history by Troutman of evangelism on United States and, to some extent, British university campuses. Later versions of this manuscript are in folders 26-1 and 26-2. Folders 1-11 and 7-28 contain materials and correspondence from IVCF-Canada.


There is some data scattered through the IVCF-USA files that relates to matters beyond the work of IVCF. For example, Folder 3-26 contains a letter by Ted Benson discussing Barry Goldwater and civil rights; and Folder 9-10, which contains materials on strategies for reaching metropolitan campuses, has notes on some of the problems of urbanization. A few other miscellaneous items of interest are: transcript of speech by Francis Schaeffer given in 1950 to the International Council of Christian Churches on the New Modernism (Folder 6-18), book reviews from a conservative Christian viewpoint of Reinhold Niebuhr's Faith and History (Folder 6-18), a series of addresses given by Ian Thomas at the Prairie Tabernacle in 1956 (Folder 8-54), results of a survey of IVCF staff members on the questions most often asked by Christians and non-Christians about Christianity (Folder 10-21), and the papers produced at a consultation of Christian leaders sponsored by the Evangelical Foundation (Folder 5-8). The meeting was an attempt to give church leaders an informal environment in which to meet outside of councils or ecumenical structures. Papers were given by Lyeurgus M. Starkey, Everett L. Cattell, Bruce Metzger, and Arthur Glasser, among others.



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Series II: Inter-Varsity Fellowship - Australia

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title

Date Range: 1949-1965, n.d.

Volume: 1.56 cubic feet

Boxes: 11, 12, 20

Geographic coverage: Australia

Type of documents: Clippings, correspondence, minutes, reports, memos, handbook

Correspondents: Joseph Bayly, Billy Graham, Charles Hummel, Warner Hutchinson, Paul Little, Maurice Murphy, Wilbur Sutherland, Stacey Woods

Subjects: IVCF-Australia, Scripture Union, Australian Christian Student Movement

Notes: The next group of files in Collection 111 are from Troutman's years in Australia as an Inter-Varsity Fellowship staff member and the general director. The problems and opportunities in a large country with a small population were in many ways different than those in the United States, as these files illustrate. In particular, liberal and evangelical denominations and organizations had to work much closer together.

Exceptional items: Perhaps the best document for gaining an understanding of the work "down under" is the handbook in Folder 12-6 which Troutman prepared for his successor. This manual sets forth in detail how the IVF functioned; gives background information on the ecumenical movement; describes the organization's training program and executive committee; provides data on the staff in the various regions Australia was divided into; explained the activities of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students; and much more. Other information on the work of IVF can be found in Folders 11-24 to 12-1, 12-9, and 12-10. The last two mentioned folders contain summaries on the basic goals and program of IVF, annual reports, reports on continent-wide activities, ideas on how to run Bible studies, a letter from Ian Burnard about the restriction policies, a report of the Tyndale Fellowship, descriptions of the efforts of the Evangelical Union and the Student Christian Movement, and bulletins of the Overseas Christian Fellowship. There are a few records from the IVF-Great Britain in folders 12-12 to 12-14.


Folders 20-17, 20-18 and 20-20 contain additional information on the work of IVF in Australia. These folders contain material intended for the students who would serve, on a voluntary basis, as the leaders of IVF chapters on campuses throughout the continent. The responsibilities of various positions are described, resources are listed, and the purpose, history, and organizational structure of IVF are reviewed. The memo in Folder 20-18 goes into great detail describing, from Inter-Varsity's viewpoint, the theological and practical differences between IVF-Australia and the Australian Christian Student Movement (ACSM). This memo also contains information on the history of ACSM and the World Council of Churches. Folder 20-12 contains notes for talks Troutman gave in Australia and the USA conferences, Bible studies, seminars, etc. Most of these outlines are studies of passages of Scripture.


The general correspondence folders contain letters about problems in the American IVCF organization and description of IV activities in Japan, Hong Kong, and other Asian countries.


Boxes 22 through 25 contain Troutman's personal correspondence after his retirement and these include some reports from the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES) and reports from his friends in Australia on trends in work among university students. Also of interest is tape T3 in this collection, which is a history of the AFES produced in 1986.


Other folders contain documents relating to ecumenicalism in Australia. Folder 11-10 contains papers given at the 1966 meeting of the Australian Council of Churches and a list of attenders. Some of the topics: refugees in Australia, the general church situation in Australia, the Church and industrial society, and "Ethical Problems for Missionary Strategies." Folder 12-4 contains letters from H. Sasse about activities of Christian liberals on the Australian conference of the World Council of Churches and information about the relationship between IVF and ACWCC. There is also a report by Troutman in the file on the projected development of IVF.


The file on the Scripture Union (Folder 12-11) contains evaluations of the SU's activities in Southeast Asia and Indonesia as well as discussions of plans for work in private schools and an outline of the organization's policy toward Youth for Christ. Folder 24-4 contains a letter Troutman wrote to Clifford Swanson later in life about the history of the introduction of the Scripture Union in the United states and the differing Australian and American perceptions of the event.


Folders 11-11 to 11-21 and 12-2 contain reports, correspondence, statistics, newspaper clippings, follow-up information, form letters, etc. from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's crusade in Australia and New Zealand in 1958 and 1959. There is a great deal of information on the Sydney Crusade on which Troutman chaired the student committee. Many documents describe how to do things - how to do visitation (Folder 11-17), how to counsel and follow-up on counseling, how to prepare for the classes taught by Charlie Riggs (Folder 11-19), how to gather statistics (Folder 11-20), and how to work with children (Folder 11-21). The actual process of getting ready for the crusade can be traced in Folder 11-16 which contains letters to churches and Christian associations inviting them to participate, periodic progress reports, details or arrangements, and plans for counseling work in the armed services. Results of the meetings can be gauged by the statistical reports in Folders 11-16 and 11-20. The same folders contain written reports on the meetings in Melbourne and Sydney. Folder 11-16 contains some interesting discussions of an idea of Graham's to found an American-style university in Australia and an evaluation of IVF's participation in the Australian crusades. Folder 11-20 has a memo to IVF staff members justifying the work of the Graham Association. The correspondence to and from Graham in Folder 12-2 discusses some criticism of the crusades, methods of reaching university students, and the advantages of ecclesiastical separatism versus ecumenicalism. Paul Little also has some letters in this file. Folder 11-29 also contains a letter from Graham.



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Series III: Latin America Mission

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title

Date Range: 1924-1979

Volume: 7.32 cubic feet

Boxes: 12-17, 20-22

Geographic coverage: United States, Latin America

Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, minutes, charts, financial records

Correspondents: David Adeney, John Alexander, Gerald Harry Anderson, Colin Becroft, Clayton L. Berg, James Montgomery Boice, Ian Burnard, Orlando E. Costas, Arthur John "Jack" Dain, Fred Denton, Samuel E. Escobar, Horace L. Fenton, Douglas Floor, Arthur Frederick Glasser, Thomas Hanks, Glen Harewood, Joanne Harewood, Charles Richard "Dick" Hillis, David Morris Howard , Harry S. Klepper, William Kornfield, Paul E. Little, Noe Martinez, Hugo Wilbert Norton, Edward Pentecost, John Stam, John Robert Walmsley Stott, Janvier Willison Voelkel, and Ralph D. Winter

Subjects: LAM, League of Evangelical Students

Notes: The next large group of material is from Troutman's years in the Latin America Mission. One of the most interesting aspects of these files is the documentation of the changes from the Latin America Mission into the Community of Latin America Ministries (CLAME).

Exceptional items: Correspondence, reports, minutes, flow charts, budgets, etc. can be found in the notebooks in Folders 17-1 and 17-2. Descriptions of the reasons for the tensions encountered can be found all throughout the general correspondence files, especially in Folders 15-2, 15-21, 15-24, 16-3, and 16-6. For example, Folder 15-28 contains the recommendations of the Ad Hoc Costa Rican Committee on restructuring; a rough draft of the new constitution for the Christian students group, the Sociedad Minamundo Internacional; Clayton L. Berg's presentation to the board of trustees; and minutes of the meeting of CLAME missionaries residing in San Jose. Folder 16-6 contains the LAM-USA's proposed revision of the statement of the principles, government, and function of the Council of Affiliates. Additional information on the development of CLAME can be found in folders 21-2 and 21-3. These note books include papers on the meaning of autonomy in CLAME, the regulations of CLAME, ways for North Americans to latinize their personal style, public relations, finance, personal relationship between North Americans and Latin Americans, the effects of the formation of CLAME, methods for selecting missionaries, a new personnel policy defining the requirements of different categories of staff members, goals for CLAME, the increasing superficiality of relationships between the autonomous members of CLAME. Also of interest is a folder (22-1) in which Troutman kept several documents which he felt were key to the history of the Community. These include a 1966 paper by Harry Strachan (grandson of the founder of Latin American Mission) that was one of the first moves in this direction of the formation of CLAME, papers given at a seminar on Latin American perspective on evangelism, minutes of the interfield council, papers on conflict at the Seminary, the constitution of CLAME. Also of interest in this regard is a book-length manuscript by Troutman on the theme "that now institutional models and vocational roles are required for continued North American/European participation in the world-wide expansion of the church."


The files of General Council correspondence (Folders 16-8, 16-19, 16-20) contain a great deal of information on the inner workings of LAM before its reorganization into CLAME. There are descriptions of the public relations policy, regulations, lists of council members, and a report on the death of general director R. Kenneth Strachan. Information of a more public nature can be found in the LAM newsletters in Folders 16-21 and 16-22.


Troutman's main responsibilities were with personnel management on one hand and university work on the other. Files 15-7, 15-9, 16-5, and 16-7 contain letters and memos about the kind of personnel matters with which he had to concern himself. Throughout the LAM files there are letters, reports and memos about Minamundo (Folders 12-23, 12-26, 13-5, 15-6, 15-7, 15-12, 15-18, 15-19, 15-22, 15-24, 15-29, 20-19 among others). Folder 13-13 contains a paper on youth evangelism which first laid out the stretgy for what became Minamundo's method of outreach. Folder 21-1 includes a handbook of Minamundo. Several files contain periodic progress reports while others, such as Folder 15-6 contain information on fund raising or Folder 15-18 contains reorganization plans; or Folder 15-29 contains statements of goals and methods. The notebook in Folder 17-3 contains the documents from a consultation held by LAM on University Evangelism. Also in the notebook are records of a trip Troutman made to Panama for the Officer's Christian Union and thumbnail sketches of university evangelism in Great Britain, Scandinavia, Taiwan, and Australia. An interesting letter to H. L. Fenton in folder 19-1 deals with the probable attitude of there university ministries, such as Campus Crusade, Navigators, and Inter-Varsity, to a new university ministry under the auspices of LAM.


In 1969 Charles Troutman and Thomas Hanks began a mimeographed publication called Penetracion which consisted of papers about aspects of Christian university work in Latin America. The records in Folders 13-11, 13-19, 13-23, 13-28, 14-3, 21-4, and 27-2, among others, trace the beginning and development of this project.


Troutman naturally maintained liaison with other Christian groups working among students and wrote and received reports on university evangelism from many sources around the world. Folder 12-19 and 13-10 contain descriptions of Campus Crusade's work in the United States; Folders 13-4 and 13-16 include documents which detail the work of the Evangelical Student Information Service; Folder 13-27 contains data on the Student Volunteer Movement (SVM); Folders 12-19, 12-23, and 16-6 hold reports on the activities of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students; and throughout the folders are reports on activities of IVCF-USA (see especially Folders 13-9 and 16-6). Particularly interesting are the folders containing reports on the preparations and results of the regular missions conferences held for students in Urbana, Illinois (Folders 13-2, 13-3, 13-5, 15-7, 15-9). Further reports on Christian work among university students can be found in Folders 12-22, 12-26, 13-3, 13-13, 13-14, 13-17, 13-20, 12-28, 15-15, 15-28, 15-29, and 6-14.


A large part of the correspondence in the LAM files is concerned with the Spanish Language Institute - what it should or shouldn't be doing and ways its work could be improved and whether LAM should take it over (Folders 12-20, 12-26, 13-19, 13-25, 13-29, 14-2, 15-9, 16-1, and 16-6). Folder 15-9 contains some interesting documents about LAM's public relations work.


Other organizations for which there is information in this part of the collection include the Wheaton Bible Church (Folder 12-18), the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (Folders 12-19, 14-3), Evangelical Literature Overseas (Folder 13-5), Missionary Dentist (Folder 13-13), the International Congress on World Evangelization (Folder 15-9, 15-10, 15-11), the Christian Action Committee (Folder 13-6), the Navajo Gospel Mission (Folder 16-3), and Scripture Union (Folder 16-9).


Troutman had a wide range of correspondents and he was continually receiving reports of Christian activities, especially university evangelism, from around the world. Countries he heard from include Argentina (Folder 13-20), Australia (Folders 12-24, 15-11, 15-26), Bolivia (Folders 12-26, 15-27, 17-3), China (Folder 16-10), Colombia (Folders 12-21, 13-2, 13-5, 13-7, 13-8, 13-16, 13-22, 13-23, 13-26, 15-11), Costa Rica (Folders 13-19, 14-6, 15-22, 16-7, 17-2), Ecuador (Folder 13-29), Ethiopia (Folder 13-3), Germany (Folder 13-26), Great Britain (Folder 17-3), Guatemala (Folder 12-23), India (Folder 12-25), Japan (Folder 12-26), Nicaragua (Folder 16-13), Panama (Folders 13-6, 16-5, 17-3), Peru (Folders 12-25, 15-2, 15-11), Philippines (Folders 12-19, 12-20, 12-24), Portugal (Folder 12-22), Taiwan (Folders 12-23, 17-3), and Vietnam (Folders 12-23).


There are also many letters that deal generally with the problems and opportunities of Christian work. Folder 13-23 contains data on missionary medical work; Folder 15-11 contains descriptions of Pentacostalism in Latin America. Folder 13-14 holds letters about the theology of liberation. Folder 13-19 includes information on the growth of Latin American Protestant churches. Folder 16-1 has data describing the debate over lesbianism in some United States churches. Folders 15-10 and 16-15 hold letters discussing problems missionaries are likely to face. This is just a sample of topics covered. One very interesting report in Folder 13-9 contains descriptions of the impressions of North Americans held by Latin Americans who hosted visiting students. Also interesting are the letters Troutman and others wrote protesting the use by the Central Intelligence Agency of missionaries for information gathering purposes (Folders 15-20, 15-21, 15-22, 15-25, 15-26). Folder 16-5 contains letters supporting the treaty on the Panama Canal negotiated between Panama and the United States.


Correspondents in the LAM files include David Adeney (Folder 16-10), John Alexander, Gerald Harry Anderson (Folder 16-15), Colin Becroft, Clayton L. Berg (Folders 15-28, 16-3), James Montgomery Boice (Folder 13-2), Ian Burnard (Folder 12-24), Orlando E. Costas (Folders 15-12, 15-24), Arthur John "Jack" Dain (Folders 15-9, 15-10, 15-11), Fred Denton, Samuel E. Escobar (Folders 15-15, 15-16), Horace L. Fenton (Folders 12-16, 15-11), Douglas Floor, Arthur Frederick Glasser, Thomas Hanks, Glen Harewood (Folder 16-2), Joanne Harewood (Folder 16-2), Charles Richard "Dick" Hillis (Folder 12-22), David Morris Howard (Folders 13-27, 15-9, 21-1), Harry S. Klepper (Folder 15-2), William Kornfield (Folder 15-27), Paul E. Little, Noe Martinez, Hugo Wilbert Norton, Edward Pentecost, John Stam (Folder 16-3), John Robert Walmsley Stott (Folder 16-6, see folder 21-2 for letter on the problems in Latin America of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students), Janvier Willison Voelkel (Folders 13-25 and 14-1), and Ralph D. Winter (Folders 13-23 and 15-10).


Troutman himself also wrote voluminously on many topics. For example, see his papers in folder 20-19 on ways to reach university professors, medical missions, the goals of LAM, devotional life, church organizations in Latin America, Scripture Union, Christian book stores in Costa Rica, stewardship, evangelism and social action, and the characteristics of Latin American university and college students. Folder 21-1 includes papers on creation vs. evolution, radical preachers, and tips for new missionaries setting up housekeeping. Folder 21-5 has papers (often called "Memos to Myself") on his personal experience and impressions of missionary activities in Latin America; the Latin American Biblical Seminary; the possibility of the separation of LAM-USA from CLAME; a report on a Third World Perspectives Seminar held in Costa Rica in which North American churches heard presentations by Latin Americans about the rule of the Somoza family in Nicaragua, Roman Catholic renewal, the charismatic movement, poverty, the theology of liberation, the United States and Latin American, and the Christian in politics in Latin America; and the manuscript of a book on the place of Western missionaries in the modern world. The same folder contains correspondence with LAM administrators Kenneth Strachan and Paul Pretiz and Canadian Inter-Varsity worker Jim Berney.



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Series IV: Personal Correspondence and Records.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title.

Date Range: 1921-1990

Volume: 5.31 cubic feet

Boxes: 17-19, 22-29

Geographic coverage: United States

Type of documents: Correspondence, journals

Correspondents: Hudson Taylor Armerding, Paul Beckwith, Joseph Bayly, Michael Berg, Sen. Dennis Deconcini, Frederick Dickason, Jack Drake, V. Raymond Edman, Thomas Hanks, Neil Hawkins, William Houghton, David Howard, Howard Larsen, Chris Lyons, Gordon McDonald, James Rayburn, Otto and Katharine Schoerner, Pat and Gordie Thomas, Sen. Morris Udall

Subjects: Evangelical Literature Overseas, Scripture Union, Wheaton Bible Church

Notes: Troutman’s personal correspondence and journals

Exceptional items: Troutman's personal correspondence and documents in Folders 17-12 to 19-23 and Folder 28-1 to 28-6 cover his life from young manhood to retirement. Some of the earliest material is in Folder 18-17 which contains condolences sent to the family on the occasion of Charles Troutman Sr.'s death. Correspondents included V. Raymond Edman , Paul Beckwith, James Rayburn and William Houghton, the Navajo Bible School and the Reheboth Mission Boarding School. Several folders contain the letters Troutman wrote and received during his stint in the armed services during World War II (Folders 18-18 to 19-12). The "correspondence general files" (Folders 18-4 to 18-12) contain letters from a world wide set of acquaintances in Christian work. For example, Folder 18-5 contains letters from IVF workers in Australia, Pat and Gordie Thomas in Newfoundland, Neil Hawkins in Brazil, and Otto and Katharine Schoerner in China. Or, another example, Folder 18-8 holds a letter from Hudson Taylor Armerding on inerrancy, Jack Drake of the Southwest Bible and Missionary Conference, Frederick Dickason in Burma, Neil Hawkins of Unevangelized Field Mission, and Howard Larsen from France. Folders 18-1 and 18-6 contain material from his years in Australia including a drivers license. Some letters of IVCF-Canada are in folders 22-3 through 25-3, all of 24-5.


Several folders contain records of Troutman's involvement in the work of other evangelical organizations besides IVCF and LAM. Folders 18-14 and 19-16 contain reports about the work of the National Association of Evangelicals, especially its Education Commission. Folder 18-18 is about the Officers Christian Union and mostly about 1966 Telcon, a conference held over radio communication. The organization Evangelical Literature Overseas (ELO) is the subject of the documents in Folders 18-3, 19-13, 19-14, and 19-15 (Troutman served on the executive committee of the board of ELO). These files include letters from president James L. Johnson, budgets, and reports on activities in various parts of the world. Troutman was also a board member of the United States branch of Scripture Union and Folders 19-17 to 19-23 record that participation. They include reports from the executive director, budgets, audit statements, minutes of meetings, and description of Union activities in Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil. Troutman served on the council of Mid-America Keswick with H. Wilbert Norton and the papers in Folder 18-13 deal with ways to adopt the Keswick idea to the American scene. The records in Folder 17-13 are also very interesting. In the late forties and early fifties, various fundamentalist leaders used to gather every summer in a kind of think tank to discuss various aspects of their faith and ways to present it to the secular world. The file includes letters or papers by Ted M. Benson, Dale McCulley, John D. Frame, Rudy Nelson, Donald G. Barnhouse Jr., Gilbert James, Virginia F. Matson, Russell Mixter, Archer Torrey, and Eugene A. Nida.


The three folders in the collection, (Folders 19-24 to 19-26), contain records of the Missionary Orientation Project of the Wheaton Bible Church. The purpose of the project was to arrange for young people of the church to spend eight months to a year assisting missionaries overseas. This would give those who were considering a career as a missionary a chance to see what it would be like. Troutman helped in the planning of the idea and the records in the collection trace its development. There is also some correspondence with WBC pastor Chris Lyons about church activities and Lyon's retirement in folder


After his retirement from LAM at the end of 1979, Troutman maintained a very large correspondence with missionaries and other Christian leaders in many part of the world. Box 22 through 25 and Box 28 contains this correspondence. There are many letters with the leaders of IVCF-USA, LAM-USA, and CLAME, and, to a much lesser extent, Christian workers in university evangelism in Australia. Folder 28-6 contain correspondence to and from LAM worker, Thomas Hanks, related to his divorce and homosexual lifestyle. Besides folder 25-5, which contains his correspondence with James Berney of the Canadian IVCF, letters to Berney about changes in the organization and methods of Inter-Varsity in that country can be found throughout the correspondence folders in these boxes. Several folders also contain reports on the involvement of Native American Christians in university evangelism (folders 24-3 and 25-2, among others). The full richness and variety of Troutman's interest in the church around the world can only be appreciated by going through some of these folders. Of particular interest is folder 24-2, which contains several reports and other documents from LAM outlining the mission's achievements in 1983 and its goals for the future; a letter to William Baucum in folder 24-2 giving Troutman's views on various Bible translations; and a letter to Bill Guest in folder 25-2 on Troutman's memories of the early history of Pioneer Ontario, a Christian boys' club. The Troutmans' mailing list in folder 25-6 give some idea of his wide range of contacts.


A growing concern of Troutman's was the United States' foreign policy in Central America, particularly towards Nicaragua and El Salvador, which he felt often hid power politics motives behind an anti-communist mask, although he was at least equally opposed to Russian imperialism. He was also concerned because he felt very little of the true picture of life in Central America was available in the United States. There are numerous letters in boxes 22 through 25 in which Troutman discusses these topics or receives reports (often conflicting) on events from friends in Central America. See, for example, his response to LAM director Michael Berg's letter to President Ronald Reagan about the United States policy toward Nicaragua (folder 23-3), his letter to J. Herbert Kane on how to interpret reports received from Central America (folder 24-3), a similar but much more detailed audio tape he sent to IV worker David Jones (tape T1 and T2), and letters on Central America which he got from senators Morris Udall (folder 24-2) and Dennis Deconcini (folders 24-1 and 28-4).


Troutman continued to write during his retirement, some manuscripts apparently for publication, others simply to clarify his thoughts by putting them on paper. Folders 26-1 through 27-2 contain his notebooks with these manuscripts. His history of university evangelism, on which he had been working for many years, is in two copies: a master in folder 26-1 and a copy in folder 26-2. The title of the work was apparently intended to be University Students and Their Witness to the Christian Faith. There are many differences between the two copies.


Topics covered by his other notebooks are as follows: folder 26-3 : the missionary enterprise, missionary recruiting among North Americans, culture and law in Galatians, the negative legacy of the modern missionary enterprise, church planting, inerrancy, personal development in trans-cultural Christian service, the ten commandments for trans-cultural missions, the Great Commission, the proliferation of evangelical student groups in North America, the influence of John Mott on the deterioration of Bible studies in the YMCA (this paper also has Troutman's description of his talks with Kenneth Scott Latourette), the scriptural view of evolution, Christian witness in the universities, vision of IVCF's purpose in the next decade (written 1985), and a narrative telling the story of Christ's birth and placing it in historical context. Folder 27-1: staff identity in a Christian organization, fund raising, the basics of university work, competition between university ministries, counseling, the importance of a personal quiet time for Bible study and prayer, IVCF-Canada, characteristics of university students, campus spirituality, Christians and political protect, the 1910 World Missionary Conference in Edinburgh, trans-cultural communications in the book of Acts, choosing the right church, fifty years of student work (Troutman's personal reflections on the changes), the first wave of world-wide student work 1898-1920, the book of Joshua, the infallibility of Scripture, prayers. Folder 27-2: paternalism, abortion, the birth of Christ, and issues of Penetracion (see page 14 of this guide). Another indication of Troutman's continuing intellectual curiosity and daily Bible study is the handwritten concordance he drew up (folder 22-2) which shows the uses of the word "abide" and related terms in several books of the New Testament.


Troutman’s four personal journals (folders 29-1, 2, 3, 4) cover the time periods 1950-1954 (Journal 8A), 1960 (Journal 11), 1961 (Journal 12A), and 1989-1990 (Journal 19). There are transcripts for the first three journals were made by Troutman’s son David. The entry for June 24, 1951 in Journal #8A (folder 29-1) gives a brief chronology of Troutman’s life from 1936 to 1951 and the growing tensions between Stacy Woods and himself over the governing structure of IVCF (see other entries). Journal 11 (folder 29-2) covers a three week period (Oct. 29-Nov. 16, 1960) when Troutman was traveling from Australia, through Asia, the Middle East, and Europe, to the USA. The journal contains carbon copies of letters mostly written to his wife Lois. Pages 86-90 contains is a list of issues for the senior staff council meeting. This list appears to continue on pages 94-95. Other subject are: Weaknesses in E. Lansing Conference (page 96); Inter-Varsity Press Proposals (pages 97-98, begins on page 98 and continues on page 97); Suggestion re: C. Stacy Woods and the IVCF-USA (pages 100 & 99). Folder 29-3 contains Journal 12A which begins with a list of eighty-two miscellaneous notes about the structure and operation of IVCF. The rest of the journal contains Troutman’s and other individuals suggestions for the efficient running of IVCF. Journal 19 (folder 29-4) cover the time period April 1989 to October 1990 a month before Troutman’s death. Entries for December 1 & 4, 1989 (pages 42-43) describe a some of the history of IVCF and the December 15, 1989 entry (pages 44-49) contains Troutman’s thoughts on homosexuality.


Folder 29-5 contains a report, A Trip Through Hopi Land, by Charles H. Troutman, Sr. The trip took place in 1920 with visits to missions stations in the Hopi and Navajo reservations.



Provenance


The materials in this collection were given to the Graham Center Archives in March 1980, July 1981, September 1982, June 1983, and July 1988 by Charles Troutman Jr. Following Troutman's death in 1990, his son David , in compliance with his father's request, sent additional papers to the Archives in August 1991, June 1992, and November 1993..


Accession: 80-40, 80-41, 80-42, 80-43 

December 2, 1980

Robert Shuster

M. Hilton

A. Peterson

S. Kouns


Accession: 81-44 

January 11, 1982

Robert Shuster

J. Lynch

J. Nasgowitz


August 6, 1991, revised

Paul Ericksen

L. Ferguson


Accession: 82-130, 83-63, 84-132, 85-22, 88-77, 88-78, 91-68, 92-59 

August 19, 1992, revised

Robert Shuster


Accession: 93-121

November 18, 2004

Wayne D. Weber




LOCATION RECORD

Accession: 88-77, 92-59

Type of Material: Audio Tapes

The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE file.


 #

R/C

speed

length

Sides

Contents

Dates

 T1

 R

3-3/4

79 min.

 1

Monologue by Troutman in reply to a May 21, 1984 letter he received from David Jones asking how Christians could interpret the conflicting reports they received about the political and social situation in Central America, particularly in regard to the Sandanista regime in Nicaragua and the United States governments' covert, paramilitary, and diplomatic opposition to it. Troutman describes several principles which he feels could be helpful in trying to understand the situation, talks about the differences between Latin American and North American concepts of freedom, and comments on, among other topics, the foreign policy of Ronald Reagan, the messianic nature of Russian communism, the influence of multinational corporations, and propaganda in modern societies. This reel was copied from a cassette. May 30, 1984.

May 30, 1984

 T2

 R

3-3/4

45 min.

 1

Conclusion of tape T1. There is a little overlap from the end of T1 and the beginning of T2. This reel was copied from a cassette. May 30, 1984.

May 30, 1984

 T3

 R

3-3/4

45 min.

 1

Radio program Encounter, apparently broadcast in Australia, on the history of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students. Among the participants in the program were Eleanor Hogan, Ian Holt, Sir Harold Knight, Richard Lane, Archbishop Sir Marcus Loane, Tony McCarthy, Andrew Reed, Archbishop Donald Robinson, Mary Robinson, and Paul White. The narrator and producer of the program was John Fleming. This reel was copied from a cassette. Broadcast of February 23, 1986.

Feb. 23, 1986



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LOCATION RECORD

Accession: 80-40, 80-41, 80-42, 80-43

Type of material: Oversize Materials

The following items are in the OVERSIZE FILE. Request by collection number and folder location (in parentheses).


IVCF - USA STAFF - CHAPTER ANALYSIS (OS 15). 1950.


IVF - AUSTRALIA: BILLY GRAHAM SYDNEY CRUSADE COUNSELING MATERIALS (OS 15). n.d.


IVF - AUSTRALIA: PERSONAL (OS 15). 1962.



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LOCATION RECORD

Accession: 80-43

Type of material: Phonograph Records

The following items are located in the PHONOGRAPH RECORD FILE:


Item#, size, speed, length per side, contents , date.


 #

Size

Speed

Min. per side

Contents

Dates

P1

 7"

16-2/3

ca. 20

What Christians Believe - The Uniqueness of Jesus. Biography of Bill Bright on record sleeve

Side 1:

Who is Jesus of Nazareth?

What is Sin?

What is God’s Provision for Sin?

Side 2:

Does God have a purpose for your life?

How can man know God’s peace?

Explain what is involved in becoming a Christian?

n.d.



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LOCATION RECORD

Accession: 80-43, 81-44

Type of material: Photographs

The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by folder title (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.


ARIZONA. 4 color. Unidentified people at the Grand Canyon.


DENTON, FRED. 6 b&w. Wedding of Fred L. and Ruth V. Denton.


INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP. 1 b&w. Speakers at including Charles Troutman, unidentified.


INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: URBANA CONVENTIONS. 2 b&w. 7th Inter-Varsity Missionary Convention, 1964.


MINNESOTA. 1 b&w. Unidentified tower in Minneapolis, MN.


OFFICER'S CHRISTIAN UNION. 5 b&w. Officers' Christian Union luncheon and U.S. Anayasi (ship).


THOMAS, JOHN. 3 b&w. Wedding of Mr. & Mrs. John Thomas.


TROUTMAN, CHARLES H. Jr. 5 b&w. Mary E. Troutman, Charles H. Troutman, Jr. with wife, Lois and with their children: Charles III, Miriam and David, Japanese couple and their children. 1943, 1964, 1967, n.d.



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LOCATION RECORD

Accession: 80-43

Type of material: Slides

The following items are located in the SLIDE FILE. All of the slides are in color, unless otherwise noted.


SLIDE FILE BOX 10:

S1 - Unidentified man with two children; n.d.

S2 - Mews Brigade and yarra tree shadows; Oct. 1952.

S3 - Orange, New South Wales, Australia: center of the city; Feb. 1961.

S4 - Orange, New South Wales, Australia: view of country from Mr. Conobocas; Feb. 1961.

S5 - Orange, New South Wales, Australia: countryside in autumn; Feb. 1961.

S6 - Coastal river in Australia; Feb. 1961.




CONTAINER LIST

Box

Folder

Item Description

Series I: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship-USA

1

 1

IVCF (Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship) - Canada: Camp, Pioneer Camps Manual; 1953

 

 

IVCF (Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship) - USA

1

 2

 

Board of Directors Materials; 1954

 

 

 

Board of Directors

1

 3

 

 

Memos; 1952

1

 4

 

 

Minutes; 1952

1

 5

 

Brochures - "How to Use a Staff Member"; n.d.

1

 6

 

Budgets; 1951-1953

1

 7

 

By-laws Revision Materials; 1941-1952

 

 

 

Camp, Campus in the Woods

1

 8

 

 

Correspondence; 1952

1

 9

 

 

Materials; 1952

 

 

 

Camp, Cedar Campus

1

10

 

 

Correspondence; 1951-1952, n.d.

1

11

 

 

Miscellaneous; n.d.

1

12

 

Camp, Colorado - Report; 1952

1

13

 

Camp Pinnacle - Correspondence; 1953

 

 

 

Chapters

1

14

 

 

(Reports of) Annual Statistics; 1955

1

15

 

 

Charter Returns; 1951-1952

1

16

 

 

Charter Revisions; 1948-1951, n.d.

1

17

 

 

Indiana and Kentucky Leadership Conference Materials; n.d.

1

18

 

 

Michigan Presidents Council Materials; 1951-1952, n.d.

1

19

 

 

Minnesota Presidents Council Materials; 1951-1952

 

 

 

Correspondence

1

20

 

 

A; 1963-1964

1

21

 

 

Adeney, David; 1961-1964

1

22

 

 

Ambassadors for Christ; 1963-1964

1

23

 

 

American Bible Society; 1962-1963

1

24

 

 

Anderson, Francis; 1962-1964

1

25

 

 

Annual Report, 1953; 1952

1

26

 

 

Ashton, Frederick A.; 1961-1964

1

27

 

 

Australian Institute of Archaeology; 1949-1950

1

28

 

 

Authority, Problem of; 1948

1

29

 

 

B; 1962-1964

1

30

 

 

Babbage, Stuart Barton; 1962-1963

1

31

 

 

Barclay, Oliver; 1962-1964

1

32

 

 

Bayly, Joseph Tate; 1962

1

35

 

 

Billy Graham Chicagoland Northwest Area Crusade; 1963-1965

 1

36

 

 

Billy Graham Evangelistic Association; 1961-1964

 

 

 

 

Billy Graham Greater Chicago Crusade

 1

33

 

 

 

1961-May 1962

1

34

 

 

 

June 1962-1965

1

37

 

 

Booklist on Zinzendorf; 1950

1

38

 

 

Burnard, Ian; 1961-1964

1

39

 

 

C; 1962-1964

 

 

 

 

Campus Crusade for Christ

1

40

 

 

 

1960-1964, n.d.

1

41

 

 

 

1952

1

42

 

 

 

1953

1

43

 

 

Chapter Presidents; 1950-1952, n.d.

 

 

 

 

Charter

1

44

 

 

 

Evangelism; 1950

1

45

 

 

 

Gospel Tract; 1950

1

46

 

 

Chinese for Christ, Inc.; 1962-1964

1

47

 

 

Chinese Interim Committee; 1962-1964

 

 

 

 

Choy, Theodore

1

48

 

 

 

January-August 1962

1

49

 

 

 

September 1962-1963

2

 1

 

 

Christianity Today magazine; 1961-1965

2

 2

 

 

Cochenet, Ben; 1950

 

 

 

 

Confidential

2

 3

 

 

 

1946-November 1952

2

 4

 

 

 

December 1952-1953

2

 5

 

 

 

1964

2

 6

 

 

Cooperation: Basis of; 1950

2

 7

 

 

Cooperation with other Faiths; 1952

2

 8

 

 

Counseling - Beaton; 1950

 

 

 

 

Custance, Arthur

2

 9

 

 

 

July-August 1952

2

10

 

 

 

September-October 1952

2

11

 

 

D; 1962-1964

2

12

 

 

Dain, Arthur John; 1963-1964

2

13

 

 

Danforth Foundation; 1964

2

14

 

 

Dickey, Brian; 1962-1963

2

15

 

 

Engagements; 1961-1964

2

16

 

 

Engagements Rejected; 1961-1964

2

17

 

 

Enoch, H.; 1963-1964

2

18

 

 

Ensworth, George; 1963-1964

2

19

 

 

F; 1962-1964

2

20

 

 

Faculty Fellowship; 1952

2

21

 

 

Finley, Robert van Eaton; 1951-1952

2

22

 

 

Ford, Leighton; 1961-1963

2

23

 

 

Foreign Student Conversions; 1950

2

24

 

 

Fort Lauderdale Operation Evangelism; 1961-1964

2

25

 

 

Friesen, Melvin J.; 1962-1964

2

26

 

 

Fuller Theological Seminary; 1959-1962

2

27

 

 

G; 1962-1964

 

 

 

 

General

2

28

 

 

 

1936-October 1937

2

29

 

 

 

November 1937-February 1938

2

30

 

 

 

March-May 1938

2

31

 

 

 

June-October 1938

2

32

 

 

 

November 1938-January 1939

2

33

 

 

 

February-March 1939

2

34

 

 

 

April-May 1939

2

35

 

 

 

June-September 1939

2

36

 

 

 

October-November 1939

2

37

 

 

 

December 1939-January 1940

2

38

 

 

 

February-March 1940

2

39

 

 

 

April-May 1940

2

40

 

 

 

June-July 1940

2

41

 

 

 

August-September 1940

2

42

 

 

 

October-November 1940

2

43

 

 

 

December 1940-January 1941

2

44

 

 

 

February-March 1941

2

45

 

 

 

April-May 1941

2

46

 

 

 

June-August 1941

2

47

 

 

 

September-October 1941

2

48

 

 

 

November-December 1941

2

49

 

 

 

January 1942

3

 1

 

 

 

February-March 1942

3

 2

 

 

 

April 1942

3

 3

 

 

 

August 1944-December 1945

3

 4

 

 

 

January-February 1946

3

 5

 

 

 

March 1946

3

 6

 

 

 

April 1946

3

 7

 

 

 

May 1946

3

 8

 

 

 

June 1946

3

 9

 

 

 

July-August 1946

 

 

 

 

General

 3

10

 

 

 

December 1948-November 1951

3

11

 

 

 

October 1952-March 1953

3

12

 

 

 

April-May 1953

3

13

 

 

 

June-July 1953

3

14

 

 

 

August-September 1953

3

15

 

 

 

October-November 1953

3

16

 

 

 

June 1954-August 1959

3

17

 

 

 

March-December 1960

3

18

 

 

 

January-December 1961

3

19

 

 

 

January-March 1962

3

20

 

 

 

April-December 1962

3

21

 

 

 

January-June 1963

3

22

 

 

 

July-December 1963

3

23

 

 

 

January-August 1964

3

24

 

 

 

September-October 1964

3

25

 

 

 

November 1964

3

26

 

 

 

December 1964

3

27

 

 

 

January 1965

3

28

 

 

 

February 1965

3

29

 

 

 

March 1965

3

30

 

 

 

April 1965

3

31

 

 

 

May-December 1965

4

 1

 

 

Graham, William Franklin; 1950-1951

4

 2

 

 

Griffiths, Michael C.; 1963-1964

4

 3

 

 

Grounds, Vernon Carl; 1963-1964

4

 4

 

 

H; 1962-1964

4

 5

 

 

Haines, Margaret; 1938-1965

 

 

 

 

Headquarters

4

 6

 

 

 

September-December 1937

4

 7

 

 

 

January-October 1938

4

 8

 

 

 

November 1938-February 1939

4

 9

 

 

 

March-May 1939

4

10

 

 

 

June-November 1939

4

11

 

 

 

December 1939-March 1940

4

12

 

 

 

April-August 1940

4

13

 

 

 

September-December 1949

4

14

 

 

 

January-September 1941

4

15

 

 

 

October 1941-April 1942

4

16

 

 

Hebrew Christian Approach to Israel; 1959-1964

4

17

 

 

High School Work; 1950-1951

4

18

 

 

Highland Baptist Missionary Conference; 1961-1962

4

19

 

 

History of IVCF; 1944-1964

4

20

 

 

Honorariums; 1961-1964

4

21

 

 

I; 1962-1964

4

22

 

 

Income Tax; 1952

4

23

 

 

International Christian Leadership, Inc.; 1962-1963

 

 

 

 

IFES (International Fellowship of Evangelical Students)

4

24

 

 

 

1961-1962

4

25

 

 

 

1963-1964

 

 

 

 

International Fellowship of Evangelical Students

4

26

 

 

 

Executive Committee; 1961-1965

4

27

 

 

 

General Committee; 1963

4

28

 

 

 

Member Movements; 1962-1965

4

29

 

 

 

Transition; 1962-1964

 

 

 

 

International Students, Inc.

4

30

 

 

 

1956-1959, n.d.

4

31

 

 

 

1962-1964

4

32

 

 

 

1958-1965

5

 1

 

 

IVSF (Inter-Varsity Service Fellowship); 1951-1953

5

 2

 

 

J; 1962-1964

5

 3

 

 

Japanese University Work; 1956-1964

5

 4

 

 

Johnson, Douglas; 1961-1964

5

 5

 

 

K; 1963-1964

5

 6

 

 

Kalihi Union Church, Hawaii; 1962-1963

5

 7

 

 

L; 1963-1964

5

 8

 

 

Lake Forest Consultation; 1961-1962

 

 

 

 

Leyasmeyer, Karlis

5

 9

 

 

 

November 1949-October 1950

5

10

 

 

 

November 1950

5

11

 

 

 

December 1950, n.d.

5

12

 

 

 

January-February 1951

5

13

 

 

 

March-November 1952, n.d.

5

14

 

 

M; 1961-1964

5

15

 

 

Miller, William M.; 1962-1963

5

16

 

 

Modern Science and Christian Faith; 1950

5

17

 

 

N; 1961-1964

5

18

 

 

National Association Evangelicals; 1962

5

19

 

 

National Christian Music Fellowship; 1953

5

20

 

 

National Negro Evangelical Association; 1964

5

21

 

 

National Student Christian Federation; 1960-1964

 

 

 

 

Navigators

5

22

 

 

 

1946-1951

5

23

 

 

 

1952

5

24

 

 

 

1961-1964

5

25

 

 

N'jorage, J. Ng'ethe; 1950-1953

5

26

 

 

O; 1961-1964

5

27

 

 

Oak Hill College; 1952

5

28

 

 

Oberlin Incident; 1952

5

29

 

 

Officers' Christian Union; Fall 1949-1952

5

30

 

 

Orr, James Edwin; 1962-1964

5

31

 

 

P; 1961-1964

5

32

 

 

Pastors Luncheons; 1962

5

33

 

 

Paterson - Prayer Meetings; 1950

5

34

 

 

Peniel Movement; 1953

5

35

 

 

Personnel; 1950-1952

5

36

 

 

Pinnacle Conference; 1951

5

37

 

 

Professors Conference; 1949-1951

5

38

 

 

Prospective Staff Members; 1962-1964

5

39

 

 

Q, R; 1961-1964

5

40

 

 

Questionnaires; 1963-1964

5

41

 

 

Regional Councils; 1950

5

42

 

 

S; 1960-1964

5

43

 

 

Sabbatarians; 1964

 

 

 

 

Scripture Union

5

44

 

 

 

1952

5

45

 

 

 

1961-1964

 

 

 

 

Secretarial

5

46

 

 

 

October 1937-September 1939

5

47

 

 

 

October 1939-September 1940

5

48

 

 

 

October 1940-March 1941

5

49

 

 

 

April-November 1941

5

50

 

 

 

December 1941-April 1942

5

51

 

 

Seminarians, Advice to; 1962-1963

 

 

 

 

Seneca Hills Conference

5

52

 

 

 

September 1960-April 1961, n.d.

5

53

 

 

 

October 1961-April 1962

5

54

 

 

 

May 1962-June 1963

5

55

 

 

 

July-August 1963

5

56

 

 

Sharpe, Robert; 1962-1964

5

57

 

 

Siggins, Ian; 1961-1962

5

58

 

 

Speakers Lists; 1952

6

 1

 

 

Stott, John; 1963

6

 2

 

 

Student Bulletin; 1952

6

 3

 

 

Student Houses; n.d.

6

 4

 

 

Successors; 1964-1965

6

 5

 

 

Summer Camp Request; 1958-1964

6

 6

 

 

Summer Project; 1952

6

 7

 

 

Sutherland, H. Wilbur; 1961-1964

6

 8

 

 

T; 1961-1964

6

 9

 

 

Taylor, Clyde W.; 1962-1964

6

10

 

 

Teacher's Christian Fellowship; 1948-1952, n.d.

6

11

 

 

Team Evangelism; 1952

6

12

 

 

Thomas, Eugene; 1954-1955

6

13

 

 

Thomas, Eugene M.; 1956, n.d.

6

14

 

 

"To File in Folders in Chicago"; 1950

6

15

 

 

Training Tapes; 1951

6

16

 

 

Uyech, Ray; 1962

6

17

 

 

V; 1962-1964

6

18

 

 

Vos, J.G.; 1950

6

19

 

 

W; 1961-1964

6

20

 

 

Ward, Larry; 1963-1964

6

21

 

 

White, John; 1962-1964

6

22

 

 

White, Paul; 1952

6

23

 

 

Wilbur Smith Book List; 1946-1947

6

24

 

 

Witnessing Handbook; 1948-1949

6

25

 

 

Wives Letters; 1961-1962

6

26

 

 

Woods, C. Stacey; 1962-1964

6

27

 

 

Wycliffe Bible Translators, Inc.; 1962-1963

6

28

 

 

X, Y, Z; 1962-1963

6

29

 

 

Young Life; 1960-1964

6

30

 

 

Young, Robert; 1962-1964

6

31

 

 

Youth for Christ; 1961-1962

6

32

 

 

Yakbary, Reed Said; July-1963

6

33

 

English Visit - Newspaper Clippings; 1950

 

 

 

Evangelistic Missions

6

34

 

 

Advertising; 1950-1951

6

35

 

 

Canceled Meetings; 1950

6

36

 

 

Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College; 1950-1951

 

 

 

 

Correspondence

6

37

 

 

 

1950

6

38

 

 

 

January-March 1951

6

39

 

 

 

April-October 1951, n.d.

6

40

 

 

General Memos; 1950-1951

6

41

 

 

Iowa State Teachers College; 1951

6

42

 

 

Kansas State College; 1951, n.d.

6

43

 

 

Material for a Handbook; 1950-1951

7

 1

 

 

Memos; 1950-1951, n.d.

7

 2

 

 

Memos on Year of Evangelism; 1957

7

 3

 

 

Missouri University; 1950

7

 4

 

 

Northwestern University; 1951

7

 5

 

 

Public Relations; 1951

7

 6

 

 

Samuel, Leith; 1950-1951

7

 7

 

 

Southern California; 1950

7

 8

 

 

Speakers Unavailable; 1950-1951

7

 9

 

 

Texas State College for Women; 1951

7

10

 

 

University of Denver; 1951

7

11

 

 

University of Kansas; 1950-1951

7

12

 

 

University of Nebraska; 1951

7

13

 

 

University of New Mexico; 1951

7

14

 

Foreign Inter-Varsity Fellowships - Reports; 1963-1966

7

15

 

General - Sample Conference Folders; 1952, n.d.

7

16

 

Graham Crusades - Follow-Up Report; 1951-1952

 

 

 

Historical Background - Evangelical University Witness in the U.S.

20

1

 

 

"Background of Evangelical University Witness in the United States";

 

 

 

 

 

n.d.

7

17

 

 

Draft; n.d.

7

18

 

 

Second Draft; n.d.

7

19

 

 

Student Foreign Mission Fellowship; 1950-1966

 

 

 

Historical Materials

7

20

 

 

1947-1965

 

 

 

 

Local Chapters

7

21

 

 

 

1938-1964

7

22

 

 

 

Duluth State Teachers College; 1940-1944

7

23

 

 

 

Kansas State University; 1950

7

24

 

 

 

University of Michigan; 1950-1965

7

25

 

 

 

University of Minnesota; 1943-1950

 

26

 

 

 

Miscellaneous; 1957-1965

7

27

 

International Student Missionary Convention - Report; 1951

7

28

 

 

 

IVCF - Canada - Correspondence; 1950-1951

7

29

 

 

 

Journal of University Evangelism Conference in Costa Rica; 1965

7

30

 

Kelvin Institute Material; n.d.

7

31

 

Lutheran Student Association Materials; 1953-1955

 

 

 

Minutes

 

 

 

 

Board of Directors

7

32

 

 

 

1960-1961

7

33

 

 

 

1962-1963

7

34

 

 

 

1964-1965

7

35

 

 

Executive Committee; 1952

7

36

 

 

IFES Executive Committee; 1952

7

37

 

 

Long Range Planning and Development Committee; 1961-1963

7

38

 

 

Staff Advisory Council; 1960-1965

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Papers

8

 1

 

 

Analysis of Proposed IVCF By-Laws; 1952

8

 2

 

 

Committee Report on Candidate Training; 1952

8

 3

 

 

Discipline of Leadership; n.d.

8

 4

 

 

Evaluation of the British Team in New England; 1951-1952

8

 5

 

 

Faculty Letters; 1953

8

 6

 

 

Overall Analysis of the IVCF - USA; 1952

8

 7

 

 

Policy suggested for University Graduates; 1953

8

 8

 

 

Principles and Practices of the IVCF - USA; n.d.

8

 9

 

 

The University World; 1952

8

10

 

 

Value of Long-Term Training Camps; 1950

8

11

 

Missionary Committee - Agenda and Minutes; 1952-1953

8

12

 

Missionary Conference - Advertising Material; 1948

 

 

 

Newsletter

8

13

 

 

Intercessors; 1951-1953

8

14

 

 

Staff Communique; 1951-1953

 

 

 

Nurses' Christian Fellowship

8

15

 

 

Correspondence; 1950-1953

8

16

 

 

Minutes; 1948-1953

8

17

 

 

Reports; 1950-1952

8

18

 

Public Relations Samples from Other Organizations; 1944-1953

 

 

 

Reference Files

8

19

 

 

An Approach to the Concept of God by the Scientific Method; 1959

8

20

 

 

Creation and Evolution, Mixter; 1950

8

21

 

 

The Dynamics of Convictions; n.d.

8

22

 

 

Folder Titles; n.d.

8

23

 

 

Fundamentals; 1950

8

24

 

 

Gospel of John: RSVP; 1949-1950

8

25

 

 

His Name, Troutman, Charles; 1949

8

26

 

 

Kiss - Evolution; n.d.

8

27

 

 

The Man Who Lived Again, Smith; 1950

8

28

 

 

Meaning of Christmas; 1950

8

29

 

 

Meaning of Easter; n.d.

8

30

 

 

Moral Question; 1950

8

31

 

 

Morris; Science; 1950

8

32

 

 

Moule: Sanctification; 1947

8

33

 

 

"The Nature of Metaphysical Thinking"; n.d.

8

34

 

 

Personal Evangelism and Follow-Up, Gene; 1950

8

35

 

 

Philippians - January; n.d.

8

36

 

 

Proselytism; 1964

8

37

 

 

The Reason Why!; 1950

8

38

 

 

So Few Missionaries; 1950

8

39

 

 

Student Association Materials; 1952, n.d.

8

40

 

 

Thomas, Eugene Materials; 1959-1962

8

41

 

 

Three Essentials of Their Life - Howitt; n.d.

8

42

 

 

Triumph of the Crucified - Sauer; 1950

8

43

 

 

United Student Christian Council: Minutes of the General Assembly; 1955-1957

8

44

 

 

University of Chicago; 1947-1950

8

45

 

 

University Religious World; 1952

8

46

 

 

Victorious Life - Paxton; 1950

8

47

 

 

Vocabulary, Christian and Meaning; n.d.

8

48

 

 

Walden: Q.T. Verses; 1949

 

 

 

 

World Council, Etc.

8

49

 

 

 

(1); 1951-1952

8

50

 

 

 

(2); 1952

8

51

 

 

World's Religions - IVP (Inter-Varsity Press); 1950

8

52

 

 

X,Y,Z Ideas, Misc.; 1949-1950

8

53

 

 

National Lutheran Council Materials; 1952

8

54

 

 

Thomas, Ian; 1956

 

 

 

Reports

8

55

 

 

Financial Statement; 1952

8

56

 

 

IFES (International Fellowship of Evangelical Students); 1949-1950

8

57

 

 

National Assoc. of College and University Chaplains Materials; 1965

8

58

 

 

Public Relations; 1956

8

59

 

 

Secretarial Information; 1937-1939

 

 

 

 

Weekly

8

60

 

 

 

September 1937-February 1938

8

61

 

 

 

March 1938-September 1939

8

62

 

 

 

October 1939-April 1942

 

 

 

Senior Staff

8

63

 

 

Memos; 1952-1953, n.d.

8

64

 

 

Memos on Conferences; 1948-1950

 

 

 

 

Council

9

 1

 

 

 

Memos; 1951-1952

9

 2

 

 

 

Minutes; 1953

 

 

 

Staff

9

 3

 

 

Analysis of the IVCF-USA; 1952

9

 4

 

 

Application Procedure Forms; n.d.

9

 5

 

 

Associate Staff Member Program Manuals; n.d.

9

 6

 

 

Associate Staff Member Program Materials; 1961-1963

9

 7

 

 

Camps, Prentice Bay; 1952

9

 8

 

 

Candidate Orientation Material; 1964

9

 9

 

 

Candidate Training Materials; 1948-1952, n.d.

 

OS15

 

 

Chapter Analysis; 1950

20

 2

 

 

Chapter Camp Handbook; 1964

9

10

 

 

Conference on the Problem of Metropolitan Campuses; 1951

9

11

 

 

Day of Prayer Material; 1952

 

 

 

 

Directories

9

12

 

 

 

1949-1960

9

13

 

 

 

1961-1963

20

 3

 

 

Goals Statement; 1963

 

 

 

 

Greybook Manual

9

14

 

 

 

(1); ca 1950

9

15

 

 

 

(2); ca 1950

 

 

 

 

Greybook Manual Material

9

16

 

 

 

1946-1947

9

17

 

 

 

1949-1950, n.d.

 

 

 

 

Handbook

9

18

 

 

 

ca. 1949

20

 4

 

 

 

1964

 

 

 

 

Handbook Material

9

19

 

 

 

1940-1948, n.d.

9

20

 

 

 

1949, n.d.

9

21

 

 

 

1950-1952, n.d.

9

22

 

 

Headquarters Sale Correspondence; 1962

9

23

 

 

Information Sheets; 1950

20

 5

 

 

Inter-Varsity Area Councils; 1964

20

 6

 

 

Job Descriptions

20

 7

 

 

Long Range Proposals; ca. 1963

 

 

 

 

Manual

9

24

 

 

 

n.d.

9

25

 

 

 

1950

10

 1

 

 

 

1958-1961

 

 

 

 

Manual Materials

20

 8

 

 

 

1963-1964

20

 9

 

 

 

ca. 1964

10

 2

 

 

Manual of Westminster Fellowship; 1950

 

 

 

 

Memos

10

 3

 

 

 

1950-1952, n.d.

10

 4

 

 

 

1955

10

 5

 

 

 

1962-1965

10

 6

 

 

Memos on Camp Activities; 1946-1948

10

 7

 

 

Memos on Paperwork, Reports; 1950-1951

10

 8

 

 

Minutes, Regional Conferences; 1949

20

10

 

 

Miscellaneous; 1961-1964

10

 9

 

 

National Secretary Report; 1958-1959

10

10

 

 

National Staff Conference; 1961-1964

29

 6

 

 

National Staff Conference; 1985

10

11

 

 

Navigator Memorization Handbook; n.d.

10

12

 

 

New Chapter Course; 1963

 

 

 

 

Newsletter

10

13

 

 

 

Intervarsity News; 1963-1965

10

14

 

 

 

Nurses Christian Fellowship Prayer and Praise Letter; 1961-1965

10

15

 

 

 

This Week in Intervarsity; 1963-1965

29

7

 

 

Organizational Manual (Draft); 1963-1964

10

16

 

 

Organizational Manual; 1964

10

17

 

 

Policies and Procedures; 1950-1952, n.d.

10

18

 

 

Policy Memos; 1963-1964

10

19

 

 

Position Descriptions; 1962-1964

10

20

 

 

Questionnaires; 1951

10

21

 

 

Questions Most Often Asked; 1951

10

22

 

 

Regional Conference notes; 1946-1948

 

 

 

 

Regional Reorganization

10

23

 

 

 

1962

10

24

 

 

 

1962-1962

 

 

 

 

Regional Organization

10

25

 

 

 

1963

10

26

 

 

 

Memos; 1952-1953, n.d.

10

27

 

 

Report of the Associate General Secretary; 1950-1952

 

 

 

 

Reports on Contacts

10

28

 

 

 

in the Middle Atlantic Area; 1952

10

29

 

 

 

in the Mid-West Area; 1952

10

30

 

 

 

in the New England Area; 1952

10

31

 

 

 

in the Northwest Area; 1952

10

32

 

 

 

in the Rocky Mountain Area; 1952

10

33

 

 

 

in the South East Area; 1952

10

34

 

 

 

in the West Area; 1952

10

35

 

 

 

in Middle Atlantic Area; 1952

10

36

 

 

 

in Midwest Area; 1952

10

37

 

 

 

in New England Area; 1952

10

38

 

 

 

in Northwest Area; 1952

10

39

 

 

 

in Rocky Mountain Area; 1952

10

40

 

 

 

in Southeast Area; 1952

10

41

 

 

 

in West Area; 1952

 

 

 

 

Reports, Regional

10

42

 

 

 

1947-1948

10

43

 

 

 

1951-1952

10

44

 

 

 

1955-1956

10

45

 

 

Reports to the Executive Committee; 1963-1964

20

11

 

 

Seven Pillars/Distinctive Evangelical Student Witness

10

46

 

 

Speakers Lists; 1950

20

12

 

 

Study Notes; 1951-1964

20

13

 

 

"Sustained Evangelism in Depth"

20

14

 

 

"Sustained University Evangelism"

20

15

 

 

Training Program Proposal

20

16

 

 

"University IVCF Chapter"

11

 1

 

 

Urbana Manual; 1964

 

 

 

 

Workshop Materials

11

 2

 

 

 

1952

11

 3

 

 

 

1963

11

 4

 

Statistical Reports; 1951-1952

11

 5

 

Troutman Manuscripts; 1964

 

 

 

Urbana Conventions - Correspondence

11

 6

 

 

1961-May 1962, n.d.

11

 7

 

 

June 1962-1965

 

 

 

Urbana Conventions - Minutes, Planning Committee

11

 8

 

 

1960-February 1962

11

 9

 

 

March 1962-1964

Series II: Inter-Varsity Fellowship-Australia

11

10

 

Australian Council for the World Council of Churches - Miscellaneous Materials; 1959-1960

 

 

 

Billy Graham Crusade - Clippings

11

11

 

 

1959

11

12

 

 

1959

11

13

 

 

1959

11

14

 

 

1959

11

15

 

 

1959

11

16

 

 

Correspondence; 1958-1960

 

OS15

 

 

Counseling Materials; n.d.

11

17

 

 

Executive Committee Records; 1958-1960

11

18

 

 

Financial Records; 1959-1960

11

19

 

 

Follow Up Committee Records; 1958-1959

11

20

 

 

Miscellaneous Materials; n.d.

11

21

 

 

Student Committee Materials; 1958-1959, n.d.

11

22

 

Church of England Diocese of Sydney - Annual Report; 1960

11

23

 

Constitution; 1957

 

 

 

Correspondence

 

 

 

 

General

11

24

 

 

 

1953-1954

11

25

 

 

 

1955

11

26

 

 

 

1956

11

27

 

 

 

1957

11

28

 

 

 

1958

11

29

 

 

 

January-June 1959

11

30

 

 

 

July-December 1959

11

31

 

 

 

January-June 1960

11

32

 

 

 

July-December 1960

11

33

 

 

 

January-March 1961

12

 1

 

 

 

April-June 1961

12

 2

 

 

Graham, William Franklin; 1955-1959

12

 3

 

 

Personal; 1953-1963

12

 4

 

Ecumenicalism in Australia - Miscellaneous; 1952-1961

12

 5

 

Elanora Conference Materials; 1961

20

20

 

Executive Committee Leadership; 1957

20

17

 

Executive Committee Leadership; 1960

20

18

 

Executive Committee memorandum; 1957

12

 6

 

Handbook; 1961

12

 7

 

Minutes of Executive Committee; 1961

 

OS15

 

Personal; 1962

12

 8

 

Prayer Letters; 1957-1961

 

 

 

Reports - Miscellaneous

12

 9

 

 

1956-1951

12

10

 

 

1961-1962

12

11

 

Scripture Union - Memos; 1955-1963

 

 

IVF (Inter-Varsity Fellowship) - Great Britain

12

12

 

Handbook Material for Executive Committees; 1951

12

13

 

Historical Materials; 1949-1965

12

14

 

Staff - Memos; 1950-1953, n.d.

12

15

IVF (Inter-Varsity Fellowship) - New Zealand: Reports; 1961-1964

Series III: Latin American Mission

 

 

 

Correspondence - General

16

18

 

 

June 1960-December 1964

16

19

 

 

January-April 1965

16

20

 

 

May 1965-April 1966

12

16

 

 

April 1965-August 1966

12

17

 

 

September-October 1966

12

18

 

 

November-December 1966

12

19

 

 

January 1967

12

20

 

 

February 1967

12

21

 

 

March 1967

12

22

 

 

April 1967

12

23

 

 

May 1967

12

24

 

 

June 1967

12

25

 

 

July 1967

12

26

 

 

August 1967

13

 1

 

 

September 1967

13

 2

 

 

October 1967

13

 3

 

 

November 1967

13

 4

 

 

December 1967

13

 5

 

 

January 1968

13

 6

 

 

February 1968

13

 7

 

 

March 1968

13

 8

 

 

April 1968

13

 9

 

 

May 1968

13

10

 

 

June 1968

13

11

 

 

July 1968

13

12

 

 

August 1968

13

13

 

 

September 1968

13

14

 

 

October 1968

13

15

 

 

November 1968

13

16

 

 

December 1968

13

17

 

 

January 1969

13

18

 

 

February 1969

13

19

 

 

March 1969

13

20

 

 

April 1969

13

21

 

 

May 1969

13

22

 

 

June 1969

13

23

 

 

July 1969

13

24

 

 

August 1969

13

25

 

 

September 1969

13

26

 

 

October 1969

13

27

 

 

November 1969

13

28

 

 

December 1969

13

29

 

 

January 1970

13

30

 

 

February 1970

14

 1

 

 

March 1970

14

 2

 

 

April 1970

14

 3

 

 

May 1970

14

 4

 

 

June 1970

14

 5

 

 

July 1970

14

 6

 

 

August 1970

14

 7

 

 

September 1970

14

 8

 

 

October 1970

14

 9

 

 

November 1970

14

10

 

 

December 1970

14

11

 

 

January 1971

14

12

 

 

February 1971

14

13

 

 

March-April 1971

14

14

 

 

May 1971

14

15

 

 

June-July 1971

14

16

 

 

August 1971

14

17

 

 

September 1971

14

18

 

 

October 1971

14

19

 

 

November 1971

14

20

 

 

December 1971

14

21

 

 

January 1972

14

22

 

 

February 1972

14

23

 

 

March 1972

14

24

 

 

April 1972

14

25

 

 

May 1972

14

26

 

 

June-July 1972

14

27

 

 

August 1972

14

28

 

 

September 1972

14

29

 

 

October 1972

14

30

 

 

November 1972

14

31

 

 

December 1972

14

32

 

 

January 1973

14

33

 

 

February 1973

14

34

 

 

March 1973

15

 1

 

 

April 1973

15

 2

 

 

May 1973

15

 3

 

 

June-July 1973

15

 4

 

 

August 1973

15

 5

 

 

September 1973

15

 6

 

 

October 1973

15

 7

 

 

November 1973

15

 8

 

 

December 1973

15

 9

 

 

January-March 1974

15

10

 

 

April-July 1974

15

11

 

 

August-December 1974

15

12

 

 

January-February 1975

15

13

 

 

March 1975

15

14

 

 

April 1975

15

15

 

 

May 1975

15

16

 

 

June 1975

15

17

 

 

July 1975

15

18

 

 

August-September 1975

15

19

 

 

October-November 1975

15

20

 

 

December 1975

15

21

 

 

January 1976

15

22

 

 

February-March 1976

15

23

 

 

April-May 1976

15

24

 

 

June 1976

15

25

 

 

July 1976

15

26

 

 

August 1976

15

27

 

 

September 1976

15

28

 

 

October-November 1976

15

29

 

 

December 1976-January 1977

16

 1

 

 

February-March 1977

16

 2

 

 

April-May 1977

16

 3

 

 

June-July 1977

16

 4

 

 

August-October 1977

16

 5

 

 

November-December 1977

16

 6

 

 

January-February 1978

16

 7

 

 

March-May 1978

16

 8

 

 

June 1978

16

 9

 

 

July 1978

16

10

 

 

August-September 1978

16

11

 

 

October-November 1978

16

12

 

 

December 1978-January 1979

16

13

 

 

February-March 1979

16

14

 

 

April-June 1979

16

15

 

 

July-August 1979

16

16

 

 

September-October 1979

16

17

 

 

November-December 1979

22

 1

 

Documents relating to the restructuring of LAM into CLAME; 1966-1979

 

 

 

Newsletters

16

21

 

 

1963-1964

16

22

 

 

1965-1966

16

23

 

Notebook about Evangelism - in - depth Consultation; 1966

 

 

 

Notebook

17

 1

 

 

"Community Formation 1970-1971"; 1965-1976

17

 2

 

 

"Mission to Community 1970-1973"; 1964-1972

17

 3

 

 

On LAM Consultation; 1964-1966

17

 4

 

 

On the Congress of the Church's World Wide Mission; 1966

17

 5

 

 

"Primer Congreso Latinamericano de Evangelizacion"; 1969

 

 

 

Writings

20

19

 

 

Vol. I; 1966-1971

21

 1

 

 

Vol. II; 1972-1975

21

 2

 

 

Vol. III; 1976-1978

21

 3

 

 

Vol. IV; Book Manuscript; 1976

21

 4

 

 

Vol. V; 1966-1979

 

 

League of Evangelical Students

17

 6

 

Constitution; 1929

17

 7

 

History; 1952

17

 8

 

Northern Illinois University - Secretary's Book; 1941-1952

 

 

 

Origins - Correspondence

17

 9

 

 

1950-1954

17

10

 

 

Minutes; 1924-1925, n.d.

17

11

 

University of Minnesota - Secretary's Book; 1931-1942

Series IV: Personal

17

12

 

Appointment Calendars; 1961-1964

17

13

 

Christian Problems Conference Materials; 1947-1955, n.d.

22

 2

 

Concordance for "Abide"; n.d.

 

 

 

Correspondence

18

 1

 

 

Australia; 1953-1961

25

 5

 

 

Berney, James; 1983-1984

18

 2

 

 

Butler Savings and Trust Company; 1961

18

 3

 

 

Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1965-1966

 

 

 

 

General

18

 4

 

 

 

1925-September 1945

18

 5

 

 

 

October 1945-1949

18

 6

 

 

 

1950-1953

18

 7

 

 

 

March 1959-January 1964

18

 8

 

 

 

August 1964-June 1965

18

 9

 

 

 

July-September 1965

18

10

 

 

 

October-December 1965

18

11

 

 

 

January-May 1966

18

12

 

 

 

June 1966-October 1970

22

 3

 

 

 

January-May 1980

22

 4

 

 

 

June-October 1980

22

 5

 

 

 

November 1980-May 1981

23

 1

 

 

 

June-December 1981

23

 2

 

 

 

January-April 1982

23

 3

 

 

 

May-December 1982

23

 4

 

 

 

January-February 1983

23

 5

 

 

 

March-May 1983

24

 1

 

 

 

June-September 1983

24

 2

 

 

 

October 1983-May 1984

24

 3

 

 

 

June-December 1984

24

 4

 

 

 

January-September 1985

25

 1

 

 

 

October-December 1985

25

 2

 

 

 

January-June 1986

25

 3

 

 

 

July-December 1986

25

 4

 

 

 

January-March 1987

28

1

 

 

 

April-June 1987

28

2

 

 

 

July-October 1987

28

3

 

 

 

November-December 1987

28

4

 

 

 

January-October 1988

28

5

 

 

 

November 1988-September 1990

28

6

 

 

Hanks, Thomas; 1988-1991

18

13

 

 

Mid-America Keswick; 1962-1966

18

14

 

 

National Association of Evangelicals; 1962-1965

18

15

 

 

Officers' Christian Union; 1966

18

16

 

 

Roseville, Australia; 1956-1961

18

17

 

 

Sympathy on Charles Troutman Sr.'s Death; 1943-1944

 

 

 

 

Wartime

18

18

 

 

 

January-May 1942

18

19

 

 

 

June-July 1942

18

20

 

 

 

August 1942

18

21

 

 

 

September-October 1942

19

1

 

 

 

November 1942

19

2

 

 

 

December 1942-January 1943

19

3

 

 

 

February-March 1943

19

4

 

 

 

April 1943

19

5

 

 

 

May-June 1943

19

6

 

 

 

July-September 1943

19

7

 

 

 

October-November 1943

19

8

 

 

 

December-January 1944

19

9

 

 

 

February-July 1944

19

10

 

 

 

August-November 1944

19

11

 

 

 

December 1944-April 1945

19

12

 

 

 

May-December 1945

 

 

 

Evangelical Literature Overseas Materials

19

13

 

 

January 1962-April 1963, n.d.

19

14

 

 

1963-June 1964

19

15

 

 

July 1964-May 1965

 

 

 

Journals

29

1

 

 

#8A, with transcript; 1950-1954

29

2

 

 

#11, with transcript; 1960

29

3

 

 

#12A, with transcript; ca. 1961

29

4

 

 

#19, 1989-1990

25

 6

 

Mailing List; 1990

19

16

 

National Assoc. of Evangelicals - Reports & Correspondence; 1963-1965

 

 

 

Scripture Union

19

17

 

 

Correspondence; 1961-1964

19

18

 

 

Materials

19

18

 

 

 

November-December 1961

19

19

 

 

 

January-December 1962

19

20

 

 

 

January-December 1963

19

21

 

 

 

January-December 1964

19

22

 

 

 

January 1965-1966

19

23

 

 

 

February-October 1966

29

 5

 

A Trip Through Hopi Land, Charles H. Troutman, Sr.; ca. 1921

 

 

 

"University Students and Their Witness to the Christian Faith"

26

 1

 

 

Master; ca. 1983

26

 2

 

 

Copy; n.d.

 

 

 

Wheaton Bible Church: Missionary Orientation Project

19

24

 

 

Correspondence; 1964-1966

19

25

 

 

Minutes; 1964-1966

19

26

 

 

Miscellaneous; n.d.

 

 

 

Writings

26

 3

 

 

1980-1985; n.d.

27

 1

 

 

1985-1988; n.d.

27

 2

 

 

1980-1989; n.d.




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