Collection 181 [July 27, 2016]
Schultz, Earl Wesley, Jr.; 1924-1997
6 Boxes (6 R.C; 6.0 cubic feet) Photographs; Phonograph Records, Oversize Materials
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Earl Wesley Schultz, Jr., was born June 17, 1924, in Trenton, MD, the son of E.W. Schultz, Sr. and Esther Cora Walsh. Following his service in the U. S. military in World War II, he enrolled at Carson-Newman College in Tennessee, and was awarded a bachelor's degree in 1949. In the meantime, he had founded a local YFC chapter in Hampstead, MD, in 1947. Following graduation, he returned to Hampstead to direct the YFC rally, while supporting himself and his family by residential construction work. On August 20, 1950, he married Barbara Frush (b. April 22, 1929), and they had three children: David, currently (1981) living in Hampstead; Debbie (Mrs. David Moore), living in Wheaton, IL; and Donna (Mrs. Don Creasman), living in Montana. Barbara Schultz worked alongside her husband during his tenure with the Hampstead YFC, filling in several capacities as necessity required.
In 1959, Schultz accepted the YFC Vice-Presidency in charge of the Eastern Area (now Eastern Region) of the United States, a position he held for thirteen years. This post enabled him to leave the construction business entirely, for the Vice-Presidency was a salaried job. Concurrently, Schultz continued to operate the Hampstead YFC local program. As Vice-President of the Eastern Area, Schultz coordinated YFC activities in local areas that at its zenith numbered sixty-two rallies, and directed the annual conference at Ocean City, NJ, with attendance always well over 2,000.
In 1972, Schultz became the Overseas Director of YFC/USA. In 1973, he also became Area Director for YFC in North America. These responsibilities necessitated a move to Wheaton, IL, for the family in 1973. Schultz was one of eleven Area Directors within the YFC Council structure headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. In this position, he worked closely with the YFC national directors in the U.S. and Canada, and has more recently worked to establish YFC branches in Mexico and Guatemala. Schultz died in 1997.
Schultz and Hampstead Youth for Christ
Youth for Christ in Hampstead, MD, held its first meeting June 28, 1947, when the YFC as an organization was just two years old. Schultz was in charge of the meeting and for the next twenty-two years -- until 1969 -- was the Director of the Hampstead local program. He never drew a salary in this capacity, and was supported by a full-time occupation outside the Hampstead ministry.
Hampstead YFC as an organization was guided by the Director; by two associate Directors, one in charge of the Junior High division and the other responsible for the Senior Highs; and by a nine-member Board, elected annually at the Sponsors' Club dinner. Much of the office work was done by volunteers. Sponsors' Club members pledged a certain amount of financial support and were expected to aid in prayer and by attendance at functions.
Hampstead YFC was one of hundreds of rally groups operating internationally. As a local organization, it enjoyed a certain amount of autonomy, although it was at the same time closely allied with similar local rallies elsewhere throughout the YFC network. In Hampstead, the program encompassed youth from dozens of area churches and over twenty junior high and high schools. Designed for and aimed at attracting teenagers, Hampstead YFC encouraged parents to attend meetings as well, and operated nursery care for infants during meetings.
The Club program included regular daytime meetings at or near schools, at least every other week. These smaller groups gathered in toto for planned rallies, parties, and events weekly; the focal point of the social and religious enterprise was the Saturday Night rally. These rallies were usually held in a local church, rented for the occasion. Starting in 1965, all rallies were held in junior and senior high school auditoriums. Hampstead YFC was careful to point out its nondenominational character, however, urging only that its members attend church, and not prescribing any particular congregation.
Its goals, as stated in 1963, were "To develop our Saturday Night rallies into the most significant
teen gatherings in our area; to see YFC clubs established for the students of the twenty-seven
junior and senior high schools in this area; and to convey the message of peace, joy and
forgiveness through Faith in Christ to the thousands of teens in our midst."
[NOTE: In the Scope & Content section, the notation "folder 2-5" means box 2, folder 5.]
Scope and Content
The records in this collection are arranged topically, which was their arrangement when received. Some adjusting of folders was done in keeping with the apparent organizational scheme. Thus, a folder originally labelled "After rally" became, in the present listing, "Hampstead YFC: Parties -- After Rally; 1961-1964." the records are arranged in six series: Correspondents, Eastern Area Youth for Christ, Hampstead YFC, Organizations, Subjects, and YFC/YFC International.
The Correspondents series (folders 1-1 to 1-23) includes files on several leaders in the evangelical world. Some of these are:
Ken Anderson, President, Ken Anderson Films
Floyd Ankerberg, Eastern Regional Director, YFC
Myron Augsburger, President, Eastern Mennonite College and Seminary
P. H. Augustine, Pastor, Federated Church, East Springfield, PA
Carl J. Bihl, President, YFCI, 1963-65
Ron Boud, Music Instructor, Philadelphia College of the Bible
David Boyer, professional musician, formerly a night-club entertainer under the stage name Joey Stevens
David Breeze, Director, Grand Rapids YFC
Bill Carle, professional musician/evangelical entertainer
Wendy Collings, Executive Vice President, YFCI
Robert Cook, President, King's College; President, YFCI, 1948-57
Ted Engstrom, President, YFCI, 1957-63
Billy Graham, Evangelist (Note: this folder contains no correspondence, only mass-produced crusade brochures form the 1950's.)
Michael John, a native of Madras, India, seeking to practice medicine in the United States
Torrey Johnson, Founder, YFCI, and President, 1945-48
Jay Kesler, President, YFCI, 1973-
Billy Kim, associated with YFCI in Korea
Gene Lafferty, Assistant to the Director, Hampstead YFC
White Sisters, gospel music vocal group
T. W. Wilson, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
Sam Wolgemuth, Vice President, YFCI Overseas Ministry; President, YFCI, 1965-73
Jim Wright, Director of YFCI follow-up
The series of Eastern Area material (folders 1-24 through 1-53) concerns the segment of YFC officially known as the Eastern Region or Eastern Area, which was comprised of New England, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. Earl Schultz served as YFC Vice President in charge of the Eastern Area. This series includes a complete run of the Eastern Area newsletter, "As I See it From Here," 1962-69 (folder 1-24) and two sub-series of files about Eastern Area conventions at Ocean City, New Jersey (folders 1-35 to 1-41) and conventions known as "Holiday Teen" (folders 1-28 to 1-32). Several folders (folders 1-44 to 1-53) concern other YFC rallies in the Eastern Area, almost all in Maryland or Pennsylvania.
The bulk of this collection is documentation of the activity of Hampstead YfC, and perusal of the box-folder listing (folders 1-54 to 4-8) illustrates the scope of these files. They contain relatively little correspondence. Rather, they contain promotional pieces, mimeographed memos and instructions, and data on organizing dinners and other fund-raising ventures. Financial information can be found in folders labelled Finances (folders 2-35, 2-36); Pledges (folder 2-66); Sponsors' club (folders 3-59 to 3-62); Banquets (folders 1-54 to 1-630; and Board (folders 1-64 to 1-73).
Many folders of the Hampstead YFC material contain reflections of the rally in terms of youths' participation and activities, as opposed to its managerial level. The folders on Clubs (folders 1-79 to 2-1) document local teen gatherings in individual schools which were supported by the Hampstead YFC organization. Of special note are the Bible Club reports (folder 1-80) which contain club statistics as reported by local teenage leaders, and prose assessments of club functions, successes, failures, hopes, aims, etc. Closely associated with the various clubs (in that the club members were obviously involved) were the YFC "Projects" (folders 3-1 to 3-11), campaigns with a starting date and a closing date, designed with local evangelism as a goal. Three of the projects included in this collection deserve special mention. The Ecuador House project (folder 3-5) involved sending high school student Lee Cox to Ecuador for the purpose of assisting (very) short-term mission work there. The Bible Reading Crusade Project (folder 3-1) supported the Becker Amendment in Congress, which sought to protect prayer and Bible reading in public schools following the 1963 Supreme court decision banning them. The Rally Surveys project file (folder 3-8) contains returned questionnaires about what teens expected from rallies, and what they found.
Counseling and follow-up (folders 2-6 to 2-25) was function of YFC in which new Christians who made decisions for Christ at YFC gatherings were nurtured by those older in their faith, usually on a one-to-one basis. It involved not only an individual to do the personal counseling, but also the organization, which trained its members in how to counsel new converts. Some folders are concerned with this training of counselors and retreats where such instruction took place, and some document the results of counseling (see especially folder 2-14). Some files include quantitative data on reported conversions. Hardly as serious as Counseling and Follow-up, but an integral part of YFC activity, was its social side. Several parties, in which teenagers were to discover that fun in a Christian context was possible, are documented in folders 2-57 to 2-65. Social interaction and dedicated study were brought together in the annual Bible Quiz competition (folders 3-14 to 3-31).
Earl Schultz's correspondence from 1948 and 1949 (folder 3-50) dates from the time he was a college student working part-time for Hampstead YFC; it contains valuable primary source material about the organization.
Separate files were make for twenty-seven religious and secular enterprises with which Hampstead YFC had dealings, and these are in a series under the heading Organizations (folders 4-9 to 4-35). Folder 4-9 contains information about the organizing of evangelistic crusades by John e. Haggai in 1974 and Hyman Appelman in 1968. Folder 4-10 concerns a Pennsylvania resort establishment offering to make contributions to YFC in return for the favor of YFC staff members' recommending the resort to honeymooners and vacationers. Folder 4-26 is about a program designed to evangelize high school students in America and Japan.
The Subjects series (folders 4-36 to 5-31) is in many ways the most interesting of the six series, because it includes topics not only specifically related to YFC, but also of importance to evangelicals in general. Two thick files document communism (folders 4-37 to 4-46): the former includes anti-communist pamphlets by Carl McIntires. A related file is that of the F.B.I. (folder 4-60), and folder 4-64 contains' a letter from J. Edgar Hoover (with unfortunately little informational value). The Becker Amendment, calling for sanctioned prayer and Bible reading in public schools, is treated in a collection of papers about it in folder 4-38. The liberal National Council of Churches and World Council of Churches care discussed in folder 4-37. Folders 4-35 and 5-11 document the alarm of the mainstream Presbyterian Church over the success newspaper clippings about the behavior of teenagers known as "drapes."
Many files in the Subjects series do concern YFC endeavor. Folder 5-4 contains correspondence from club members writing about local club business and problems; folder 4-45 has letters from college students writing testimonies about YFC's influence on their lives, and folder 5-28 includes a letter from a fellow describing his rescue from the drug habit by YFC. Correspondence between Hampstead YFC and Maryland governor, Theodore R. McKeldin, is in folder 5-5. Radio show scripts for Hampstead YFC programs are in folder 5-13. Publicity in the form of highway billboards and other advertising is covered in folders 4-36 and 4-66; see also the oversize material. Folder 5-15 deals with YFC in other towns, especially a 1948 rally in Baltimore at which Billy Graham was the featured speaker.
The last series in the collection (folders 5-32) is devoted to YFC and YFCI. Several YFCI publications are represented: the file of "Confidential Memos" (folder 5-43) has many issues of the newsheet, which was any thing but confidential; other publications are in folders 5-33, 5-46, 5-48, and 5-59. Correspondence can be found in folders 5-37, 5-49, 5-50, 5-56, 5-60, 5-61, and 5-64. Of secular and international interest are folders 5-50 and 5-56, which include information about the 1956 riots in Hong Kong, especially eye witness correspondence. The tenth world Congress for Christian Youth, held in Madras, India, in 1959 is documented in folders 5-49 and 5-64. Folder 5-64 also contains a printed letter from President Dwight Eisenhower instructing the recipient that a passport make the holder an unofficial U. S. ambassador.
YFCI Conventions are sell documented in this collection: Capital Teel Conventions, held in Washington, D.C. (folders 5-40, 5-41); Mid-Winter Conventions (folders 5-52, 5-53, 5-54); and annual conventions a Winona Lake (folders 5-69 to 5-78). These files do not contain much correspondence; rather, they have brochures, clippings, reservation forms, news release etc. One interesting facet of YFCI well documented in this collection is the Director's School, which was a YFC-sponsored seminar instructing and training people to direct local YFC rallies. Folder 5-44 includes "final exam" papers from six participants in the school.
Folders 6-1 through 6-14 consist of financial records of Hampstead, MD, Youth for Christ during
Schultz's tenure as its director, 1948-71. It is composed of thirteen cash books and one set of
loose papers (annual balance sheets, offering totals, etc.), representing a complete record of the
flow of money into and out of this local Youth For Christ chapter.
The materials in this collection were received by the Graham Center Archives from Earl W. Schultz, Jr., in March 1981 and January 1982.
Acc. 81-24, 82-9
July 22, 1981
Galen R. Wilson
January 28, 1982
Galen R. Wilson
Type of Material: Oversize Materials
The following items are located in the OS FILE except as noted below; request by Folder Titles at the beginning of each entry below:
ARCHITECT'S ELEVATION: YFCI BUILDING, WHEATON ILLINOIS; 1960. (OS 16) From folder 5-39.
HAMPSTEAD YFC: BUILDING. (OS 16) Architect's plans, 4 pieces, 1966-67; Publicity posters, 2 pieces, 1966-67. From folders 1-75 and 1-76.
YOUTH FOR CHRIST POSTERS. (PC 29) Five posters (including a full-color horizontal piece in bright mid-1950s style) and two billboard designs; 1956, 1963. From folders 4-36 and 4-66. (Previously Accession 1985.0134 in the BGC Museum collection.)
Type of Material: Phonographs
The following items are located in the PHONOGRAPH RECORD FILE:
P1 - Jugend fur Christus 45 r.p.m. record in German and English, featuring:
Side 1: "Jesus allein" (Jesus alone) and "Swing low"
Side 2: "He's got the whole world" and "Warst du dort?" (Were You There?)
Type of Material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; Request by Folder Titles at the beginning of each entry below:
AUGSBURGER, MYRON. 1 b&w.
BIHL, CARL J. 8 cardboard printing plates. 1 b&w.
COX, LEE. 4 b&w.
LANG, BARBARA. The Lang Sisters (Barbara, Betty and Cheri Lang) with Paul Mickelson, 1 b&w.
MESSIAH COLLEGE. Seven Sings (singing group). 2 b&w.
MICKELSON, PAUL. Mickelson, Paul, with the Lang Sisters (Barbara, Betty, and Cheri Lang). 1 b&w.
MORKEN, DAVID. David Morken with family. 1 b&w.
NORWEGIANS. Norwegians (singing group). 1 b&w.
SCHULTZ, EARL W. Earl W. Schultz with Mr. & Mrs. Leroy W. Berwager. 1 b&w.
WASHINGTON BIBLE COLLEGE. Washington Bible College Male Quartet. 1 b&w.
YFC -- HAMPSTEAD, MD. Jim Dracup, Bus Ministry, Carnival Ministry, Headquarters, and Parties. 49 b&w.
YFC -- INDIA. 7th Annual Workers Conference at Bangalore. 1 b&w.
YFC -- JAPAN. 21 b&w.
|1||1||Anderson, Ken; 1961|
|1||2||Anderberg, Floyd; 1952-69|
|1||3||Augsburger, Myron; 1958-66|
|1||4||Augustine, P.H.; 1968|
|1||5||Bihl, Carl. J.; 1956-64|
|1||6||Boud, Ronald; 1967|
|1||7||Boyer, Dave; 1965-67|
|1||8||Breeze, David; 1958-67|
|1||9||Burnham, Dave; 1960|
|1||10||Carle, Bill; 1956-63|
|1||11||Collins, Wendell G.; 1961-68|
|1||12||Cook, Robert A; 1956-69|
|1||13||Engstrom, Ted; 1953-62|
|1||14||Graham, Billy; 1955-67|
|1||15||John, Michael; 1959|
|1||16||Johnson, Torrey; 1958-68|
|1||17||Kesler, Jay; 1961-62|
|1||18||Kim, Billy; 1965|
|1||19||Lafferty, Gene; 1960|
|1||20||White sisters; 1957-64|
|1||21||Wilson, T.W.; 1956|
|1||22||Wolgemuth, Sam; 1955-63|
|1||23||Wright, Jim; 1956-58|
|1||24||As I See it from Here; 1962-69|
|1||25||Board Meetings; 1957-58|
|1||26||Bob Cook Luncheon; 1956|
|1||27||Dinner Meetings; 1955-58|
|Holiday Teen Convention|
|1||42||Printing; 1961, n.d.|
|1||43||Rally Correspondence; 1958-59|
|1||44||Adams Co. (PA) YFC; 1950-56|
|1||45||Annapolis YFC; 1958|
|1||46||Baltimore YFC; 1962|
|1||47||Christian Youth Crusades; 1956-57|
|1||48||Elkton (MD) YFC; 1959-60|
|1||49||Frederick Co. (MD) Yfc; 1959-60|
|1||50||Hagerstown Chritstian Youth Center; 1956-58|
|1||51||Pen Mar YFC; 1953-58|
|1||52||Tri-State YFC; 1957-58|
|1||53||Waynesboro YFC; 1954-58|
|1||54||Christian Youth; 1969|
|1||68||Form Letters; 1953-61|
|Project to raise $100|
|1||71||Project to raise $100; 1965, 1968|
|1||73||Rally evaluations; 1955-69|
|1||75||Publicity and Fund-Raising; 1966-67|
|1||78||Chartering & Credentialling; 1952-69|
|1||80||Bible Club Reports; 1953-57|
|1||82||Advertisements; 1967, n.d.|
|1||84||Idea Mill; 1967-68|
|1||85||Materials; 1967, n.d.|
|2||1||Fair, Arnold, correspondence; 1957-59|
|2||3||Guest Announcer; 1969|
|2||4||Super Sweepstakes; 1967-69|
|2||5||Teen Talent and Tons of Teens; 1969, n.d.|
|Counseling & Follow-up|
|2||7||Carrolton Church of God; 1962|
|2||11||4-H Club Center; 1961, 1965|
|2||12||4-H Club Center; 1966-67|
|2||13||Greenwood Hills; 1962|
|2||14||Lesson Returns; n.d.|
|2||16||Letters from Converts; 1957-66|
|2||17||Materials; 1959-65, n.d.|
|2||19||Materials (Other Rallies); 1965-69|
|2||21||Mountain View; 1954, 1960-61|
|2||22||Soul-winning; 1953, n.d.|
|2||23||Summit Grove; 1966|
|2||24||Teenstitute II & III; 1962-63|
|2||25||Teenstitute IV & V; 1963-64|
|2||27||Folding Tables; 1969|
|2||29||Miscellaneous; 1955-68, n.d.|
|2||30||Office Inventory; 1964-66|
|2||32||"Centerville Awakening"; 1958|
|2||33||"Restless Ones"; 1966|
|2||38||General Correspondence; 1963-68|
|2||43||Summer Singers; 1967|
|2||47||Larson, Mel; 1956-57|
|2||48||"Pass it Along"; 1966-69|
|2||49||Magazine sales; 1956-57, n.d.|
|2||51||Youth for Christ Magazine; 1954-62|
|2||55||Mimeographed Letters; 1956-64|
|2||56||Owings, Donald; 1967|
|2||62||Scream in the Dark; 1967-68|
|2||64||Spring Formals; 1954-58|
|2||65||Twenty-fifth Hour (Halloween); 1963, 1965|
|2||66||Pledges to Overseas Ministries; 1954-69|
|2||68||Printing -- Other Rallies; 1952-73|
|3||1||Bible Reading Crusade; 1964|
|3||2||Bus Ministry; 1962-63|
|3||3||Carnival Ministry; 1952-58|
|3||4||Children's Rallies, n.d.|
|3||5||Ecuador House (Lee Cox); 1967|
|3||6||Gospel Team; 1949|
|3||7||Kids to Caracas; 1956|
|3||8||Rally Survey; 1963-64|
|3||9||Relief Ministry; 1954|
|3||10||Teen Survey; 1963-64|
|3||11||Teenage Fair (Baltimore); 1968|
|3||12||Carroll County Times; 1966-67|
|3||13||News Clippings; 1954-66|
|3||14||Education Scholarships; 1955-69|
|3||32||All Youth; 1967|
|3||33||(10th) Anniversary; 1957|
|3||34||(11th/12th) Anniversary; 1958-59|
|3||35||(15th) Anniversary; 1962|
|3||36||(20th/21st) Anniversary; 1967-68|
|3||37||Dave Morken; 1953|
|3||38||Emory Grove; n.d.|
|3||39||Mickelson/Lang sisters; 1968|
|3||47||World Vision; 1956|
|3||49||School Building Rental; 1964-68|
|3||52||Decision Week; 1961|
|3||53||Bill Eakin Week; 1963|
|National YFC Week|
|3||57||Sykesville Teen Team; 1961|
|3||58||Week of Evangelism; 1966|
|3||59||Correspondence & Lists; 1960-69|
|3||60||Form Letters; 1954-59|
|3||61||Master Donor File; 1965|
|3||62||Operation Teen; 1963|
|3||63||Franklyn Miller; 1960-62|
|3||64||John N. Miller; 1966-68|
|4||9||Baltimore Crusade For Christ; 1964-69|
|4||11||Bob Jones University; 1956|
|4||12||Carroll County Board of Education; 1957-59|
|4||13||Carroll County Council of Churches; 1954|
|4||14||Carroll County Times; 1957|
|4||15||Carroll County YMCA; 1964-69|
|4||16||Child Evangelism of Maryland; 1959-68|
|4||17||Christian Book and Record Club; 1956|
|4||18||Christian Endeavor; 1957-59|
|4||19||Christian Workers Service Bureau; 1956-57|
|4||20||Youth Cinema, Inc.; 1956-57|
|4||21||Creative Promotional Service; n.d.|
|4||22||Crusade for Christ; n.d.|
|4||23||Good News Productions; n.d.|
|4||24||Greenmount Missionary Fellowship; 1956-57|
|4||25||Hampstead government; 1954|
|4||26||Hi-B.A.; 1958, n.d.|
|4||27||International Students, Inc.; 1953-68|
|4||29||King's College, n.d.|
|4||30||Lancaster School of the Bible; 1958-59|
|4||31||Messiah College; 1967-68|
|4||32||Washington Bible College; 1958-69|
|4||33||World Opportunities; 1964-65|
|4||34||World Vision, Inc.; 1968|
|4||35||Young Life; 1961|
|4||37||American council; 1955, n.d.|
|4||38||Becker Amendment; 1964|
|4||41||Carroll County Government: 1958|
|4||42||Chain Letters; 1953-54|
|4||43||"Chat with Gladys" radio program; 1955|
|4||44||College Party; 1964|
|4||45||College Students communication; 1953-64|
|4||47||Constitution, YFC; 1963-64|
|4||50||Day of Prayer; 1957-58|
|4||51||Decency Rally; 1969|
|4||52||Direct Mailing; 1954|
|4||53||Director of the Year; 1957|
|4||54||Door-to-door contacts; n.d.|
|4||57||Emory Grove; 1965-67|
|4||61||Film Ministry; 1967|
|4||64||Gideon Convention; 1965|
|4||65||Gospel Team tour; 1949|
|4||66||Highway Billboards; 1963|
|4||67||Hitchcock Campaign; 1951|
|5||1||Internal Affairs; 1956|
|5||2||Juvenile Delinquency; 1958-59|
|5||3||Koinonia Foundation; 1955-56|
|5||5||McKeldin, Theodore R.; 1955-57|
|5||6||Mobile Evangelism; 1956|
|5||9||Outlook of Youth Survey; 1969|
|5||10||Pastors' Breakfasts; 1965-67|
|5||11||Panel, Baltimore Presbytery; 1961|
|5||12||Prayer Meetings, pre-rally; 1962-69|
|5||13||Programs, Scripts, Releases; 1964|
|5||14||Program Ideas; 1964-66|
|5||15||Promotion -- other rallies; 1948-65|
|5||16||Questions and Answers on YFC; n.d.|
|5||17||Rally Operation Philosophy; n.d.|
|5||18||Rally Responsibility; 1964|
|5||19||Reprints of Articles; 1948-64|
|5||20||Resignation -- Earl Schultz; 1969|
|5||22||Senior of the Year; 1966-68|
|5||25||Statistics -- YFC Eastern Area; 1955-59|
|5||26||Teen Fair, Baltimore; 1968|
|5||27||Telephone Advertising; 1958|
|5||29||Ushering ministry; 1964|
|5||30||Westminster YFC; 1951|
|Youth For Christ|
|5||32||Club Department; 1953-58|
|5||35||Lifeline Outreach; 1966|
|5||36||Portland; 1952, n.d.|
|Youth For Christ, International|
|5||39||Building Proposal; 1960|
|Capital Teen Convention|
|5||42||Charter Program; 1958|
|5||43||Confidential Memos; 1953-59|
|5||44||Director's School; 1956-65|
|5||47||Financial Statements; 1951-60|
|5||51||Memos to Executive Council; 1956-58|
|5||55||Miracle Year; 1959|
|5||56||Morken, David; 1951-61|
|5||57||News Releases; 1952-58|
|5||58||Operation Evangelism; 1950|
|5||60||Overseas Committee; 1958-59|
|5||61||Overseas General; 1953-58|
|5||63||Printed materials; 1958-62|
|Schultz overseas trip|
|5||66||Staff Retreat; 1957|
|5||67||Teen Teams; 1964|
|5||68||Twenty-fifth Anniversary; 1969|
|5||79||World Congress on Evangelism; 1957-59|
|5||80||World Teen Convention; 1964|
|5||81||Youth in Review Banquet; 1959|
|6||14||Financial Reports; 1949-55|