Forms sent to contact person should be obtained from the staff in the Reading Room.
Founded: the organizations was formally founded in August 1976, but seminars and Bible studies for the encouragement and training of prisoners who were Christians had been held in 1975.
Location of headquarters: For a brief time, PF operated out of the offices of the Fellowship Foundation in Arlington, Virginia, but soon acquired its own building. The United States organization has always been based in the Washington, DC area. In 2000, its headquarters was in the Washington suburb of Reston, Virginia.
Significant events in organizational history:1973
Ministry specialty or emphasis: Prison Fellowship worked to provide Christian support and nurture to prisoners, their families, and victims of crime. It was also concerned that the criminal justice system be fair and efficient. Christian volunteers in nearby communities were organized to visit prisons and jails regularly to witness to prisoners and encourage Christian inmates. Educational seminars (some held in prison, others at PF headquarters in Washington, DC) were conducted to train prisoners in how to lead Bible studies and share their faith. There were also programs for the families of prisoners, including Angel Tree, which distributes gifts at Christmastime to the children of inmates in the name of the incarcerated parent. Justice Fellowship, a non-profit foundation that grew out of PF, investigated issues related to criminal justice reform and lobbied at the state and national level for legislation. Other activities included pre-release counseling, assistance after release from prison (including family counseling), prison ministry project development and publishing, and working for criminal justice reform.
Scope and Content Description
[NOTE: In the Scope and Content description, the notation "folder 4-2 means box 4, folder 2.]
The Prison Fellowship Ministries collection consists of the files of the organization and includes correspondence, memos, reports, manuals, budgets, statistics, publicity materials, applications, reference materials, photographs, and photo albums (the last two being described in their own location records). The documents tell the story of the origins of the ministry and its development up until the late 1980s, including the creation of a nationwide organization, the growth of affiliated ministries in other countries, the United States' PF programs for witnessing to the gospel in prisons and nurturing the Christian growth of prisoners, the organization of local volunteers, the growth of leadership and Bible study training programs, the development of programs for prisoners' families and the work of Justice Fellowship, which was created to lobby for reform in the criminal justice system. Besides documenting the actual ministry of Prison Fellowship, the records illustrate its function as an organization, including activities such as training, evaluation of programs, public relations, fund raising, and the building of physical facilities. The records also contain much information on prison ministry in general and on criminal justice in the United States and the workings of the jail and prison system.
The files are arranged in the order in which they were received, as the archivist was able to determine it. 0The collection consists of seven series, some of which are divided into subseries
Notes: When Prison Fellowship first began in 1976, the staff's experience was limited to holding a seminar for prisoners in Washington but other activities it might undertake were undetermined as was the best permanent structure of the organization. File 10-12 has some of the early PF organization charts as well as several drafts of the goals of the organization. Folders 12-2 and 12-3 also contain statements of goals as well as a personnel manual, an operating manual and lists of long range and short range goals. Also in folder 12-3 is an interesting foundation questionnaire with information on PF's structure, goal and methods. Folder 12-5 has the script for an audiovisual presentation made in 1977 called Somebody Cares. This program describes what it is like to be a prisoner, the realities of prison ministry and PF's methods and goals at that time. Also in the folder, as background material for the script, are the transcripts of several prisoners' testimonies. The finished video is also in this collection and is described in the Videotape Location Record (V1). Folder 12-1 has another operations manual draft, with information on how to organize an inmates seminar, public relations, position descriptions and PF's table of organization at the time. What is apparently the final version of the manual can be found in folder 22-2. When PF attempted to buy a church property to use as its headquarters, it met opposition from the local community which did not want a prison ministry in their midst. Folder 14-4 contains material describing the dispute as well as more information on PF's mission and methods. Folder 21-1 contains a notebook kept by Paul Kramer with copies of reports about prisoner seminars, the development of Prison Fellowship goals and methods, the chaplaincy program and other projects.
Folders 9-8 and 9-9 contain clippings from various newspapers around the country reporting on early PF activities and documenting the public's reaction to them. The files on the dedication of the organization's new offices (17-7, 17-8) contain lists of those invited to the ceremonies and give some idea of who the supporters of PF were, as well as the people it wished to influence. The folders of the executive vice-president are an especially good source to trace PF's development and its many activities.
The development of policies in a variety of areas can be traced through materials in these folders: relations with the news media (11-1, 13-8, 18-6, 17-11), publicity (13-8, 14-1,14-2, 17-9, 17-11), fund-raising (13-8, 13-9, 16-6, 16-7), computerizing the work of the organization (13-8, 17-6, 10-1 to 10-10, 12-6 to 13-6), use of volunteers (12-1, 12-2, 18-8, 19-1, 19-3).
Several folders contain analysis of potential PF staff or volunteers, such as 11-1, 11-3, 13-9. Jesse Ellis in folder 10-11 writes about the need for more African American staff. Folder 19-1 has information on plans for recruiting Hispanic workers.
There is a little bit in the collection about the international aspects of Prison Fellowship. The possibility of developing prison ministries in other countries is discussed in folder 14-2. Folder 11-3 has a memo on the opportunity to begin some work in Canada.
PF's first program was the Washington Seminar, during which inmates would come to the nation's capital for training, fellowship, encouragement and prayer. Folder 18-2 contains a great deal of correspondence and other documents which show how a typical seminar was planned, the kind of details that had to be taken care of, the coordination necessary with the individual prisons that the attendees came from, and the stress laid on the necessity of having separate seminars for men and women. Folder 17-2 has follow-up information on some of the people who attended the first seminars. Folder 22-1 has reports on some early seminars.
Eventually PF began holding seminars in prisons, seminars that included worship. This collection contains numerous reports about the outcomes of specific meetings, such as the one held at the Alderson Prison for women in West Virginia (12-2, 22-1 and 22-2). Additional reports can be found, among other places, in folders 11-3, 19-1, 19-3, 21-6. PF's investigation of the possibility of starting halfway houses for parolees is described in folders 14-2, 14-5 and 19-1.
One activity that PF considered early in its history was the supplying of chaplains for prisons. Folder 12-3 has a memo on the advantages and disadvantages of this approach. PF did begin to supply chaplains for the federal prison in Memphis and folders 10-11 and 20-3 contain reports on how this worked and plans for future use of chaplains. See also folder 22-1.
Very early in its history PF developed a system of regional directors who were responsible for the organization's activities (recruitment of volunteers, visiting prisons, holding seminars, etc.) in their area. Several folders document the typical activities of these men and women and the ups and downs of their relationships with both the prison system and PF's national headquarters (folders 11-1, 13-9, 18-8, 19-3).
Because Colson was the founder and first president of PF as well as its most prominent speaker and writer, much of the information in the files deals with his activities. Letters and memos about the best way Colson could use his time and energy for PF can be found in almost every folder. Memos in folder 11-1, for example, describe his contacts with various national leaders. Folder 10-12 has information on promotion tours he undertook for his book Life Sentence and reports on visits to PF supporters and to prisons in Michigan, Montana, and Washington. Folder 19-2 has suggestions on possible interviews for Colson and areas where he should get involved. Folders 10-12, 14-2, 16-6, 16-7, and 17-11, among others, have memos from Colson aides such as Mike Cromartie, David Bovenizer and David Eno on possible speaking engagements. Folder 11-2 contains reports from Colson on some of his trips. Folder 17-11 includes notes discussing the possibility of Colson appearing on the Joe Franklin television show with Richard Nixon. Folder 17-3 contains some notes on possible responses by Colson to questions from reporters about comments by Colson in Gordon Liddy's autobiography. A memo in folder 18-9 concerns Colson's attitude toward honorary degrees and a description of his own academic career.
Inevitably, reports by PF staff on seminars they led in different prisons also include comments on the facilities, inmates, staff and morale of each institution. Throughout the folders are candid comments about prisons, wardens, guards, chaplains. Folder 11-3 contains descriptions of PF's relations with various chaplains and prison officials around the country and the efforts to begin programs in certain institutions. Similar reports on specific institutions or individual prisoners in Tennessee, Michigan, Montana, Washington, and New Mexico are in folders 10-11, 10-12, and 14-2. Other reports are in folders 13-7, 13-9, 18-2, 19-1, 19-3. Folder 11-3 has a report on the planning of a retreat for chaplains. There are also many memos about the prison systems in various states or nationwide. Folder 12-2 has an analysis made at the start of PF's ministry of the needs of prisoners, guards, the local community, etc. Folder 10-12 includes a discussion of Texas jails, a report on prison riots in Illinois in 1978, and a discussion of the U.S. prison systems. A report on a riot in a New Mexico prison can be found in folder 17-8. Other reports on crime and justice in America are in folders 14-2, 16-6, and 16-7. PF's involvement in prison reform, including the possibilities of lobbying for legislation, can be traced in reports and notes in folders 10-12, 13-8, 14-2, 14-5, 16-6, 16-7, 18-7 and 20-2. Daniel Van Ness wrote several of the memos in folder 18-7 on prison reform. Folder 10-12 also has a memo on PF's stand on capital punishment and folder 17-9 a report on racism and discrimination in the United States. Folder 14-2 also has some notes on the involvement of the Christian in politics and folder 20-11 has a report on how increasing demands for tax cuts could affect the prison system.
Prison Fellowship had a variety of constituencies: prisoners and their families, volunteers, financial donors (including foundations), and churches. The computer generated correspondence in folders 10-1 to 10-10 and 12-6 to 13-6 contains form letters sent to various groups for various purposes. There are letters by Colson, Veerman, Loux and PF's regional directors inviting people to seminars, keeping them in touch with PF, thank you notes, letters to inmates involved in PF's work, etc. Other material relating to constituents include: Loux's meetings with donors (folder 10-12); discussion of appreciation gifts that could be given to large donors (folder 11-1); a volunteers manual (folder 12-2); the script of the program Somebody Cares which was intended to explain PF's work; case histories of individual prisoners (folder 13-7); policy statement on mass mailings (folder 17-9); reports on inmates who had attended the Washington seminars (folder 18-2); reports about recruiting volunteers and developing a Hispanic ministry (folder 19-1); guidelines for working with volunteers (folder 19-3); and reports on foundations (folder 19-5). Throughout the files are testimonies of prisoners describing how they became Christians and their growth in the Christian life. Folders 14-1 and 14-2 contains the correspondence of the editor of Jubilee, which was the organization's newsletter and went out to all its supporters.
Besides prison chaplains, there were numerous Christian organizations involved mainly or partially in prison ministry and there is much correspondence about how to cooperate and co-exist with these. Reports on the work of other prison ministries can be found throughout the collection. For example, folders 11-1, 11-3, and 19-3 contain information on other ministries. Folder 13-7 has information on Hispanic ministries. There are also reports on PF's relationships with other Christian organizations not involved directly in prison work. Folder 18-6 has a copy of Colson's testimony at the 1981 Billy Graham Baltimore crusade and folder 11-1 has additional information on relations with the BGEA. There are reports on contacts with many other Christian organizations and leaders such as Christianity Today International (folder 18-6), Jerry Falwell (folder 18-6), John Perkins (folder 13-8), the PTL Club (folders 19-2, 18-6), Francis Schaeffer (folder 13-8), C. Davis Weyerhauser (folder 17-11), and the editors of the Wittenburg Door (folder 13-8).Series: II. Executive Officers
Subseries: F. Community Service Projects (CSP)
Arrangement: A few general files in boxes 141 and 142 are alphabetical by title. The rest are in chronological order by the date of the CSP.
Date Range: 1981-1988
Volume: 2.4 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Reports, evaluations, correspondence, newspaper clippings
Subjects: The history and impact of individual CSPs in communities around the United States; statistics on CSPs nationwide and evaluation of their effectiveness.
Notes: Community Service Projects were programs organized by Prison Fellowship that allowed inmates to work on some project helpful to local communities. This usually involved refurbishing abandoned or dilapidated buildings so that they could be used again. The project were usually under the direction of a local host church. Boxes 141 and 142 contain some files from the PF central office on the organization and planning of CSPs nationwide. The rest of the files in boxes 142 through 148 are about individual projects, almost all of which were in urban environments. Some folders contain only a few notes, others are thick with correspondence, lists of participants, evaluations by participating staff and volunteers, and local newspaper coverage of the project.
Exceptional items: Folder 141-17 contains endorsements of community service projects from various government and community leaders.
Series: V. Public Relations
Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title
Date Range: 1975-1988
Volume: 2 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: United States. A little bit on PF ministries in other countries in Folder 147-8.
Type of documents: Press releases, newspaper clippings, reports, budgets, media surveys, newsletters
Subjects: All aspects of PF's public ministry, including the Washington Seminars, in-prison seminars, Colson's speeches and books, the dedication of the Arthur Demos house; evaluations of public perceptions of PF and plans for presenting the Fellowship in various media; the start of Justice Fellowship
Notes: This series consists of materials on the planning and evaluation of PF's public relations program as well as many press releases and newspaper clippings that describe specific PF activities on a local, regional, national and international level. Among the planning and evaluation materials are the budget in folder 147-10, the plans for the 1986 fund-raising campaigns in folder 146-11 (folder 148-4 also contains many memos about fund raising and publicity for the building campaign), folder 150-4 includes a report on the needs of PF's public relations and recommendations for further development; surveys of media coverage of the organization in folder 149-1, and the quarterly reports in boxes 151 and 152 which describe in detail the results of the public relations' department work in terms of media coverage and public support. The clippings and press releases (besides those is the quarterly reports) are in boxes 147 through 150.
Exceptional items: Folder 147-8 contains information about the 1983 conference of the leaders of the various national Prison Fellowship meetings in Belfast, Ireland. Include in the folder is a 1984 directory of the leaders of the (then) fourteen different national ministries and a summary of the programs of each. Folder 147-9 contains copies of The Bruised Reader, the newsletter of PF staff. Folder 148-3 has a list of the very earliest contributors to Prison Fellowship (1975-1977); a personnel manual for the organization; many news releases and press clippings that tell story of PF activities in this time period. The origins of Justice Fellowship are documented in folder 148-6. Folder 149-2 contains the personnel manual for Prison Fellowship. Folder 151-4 contains various resources used by PF staff, including facts and quotes and criminal justice and the prison system, a manual for community prison ministry, and a description of resources available for PF.
Series: VI. Reference
Date Range: 1961-1989
Volume: 11.9 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Newspaper and magazine clippings correspondence, copies of legislative acts, court reports, pamphlets
Correspondents: Elizabeth Morgan
Subjects: Juvenile, Elizabeth Morgan, Gary Gilmore, ex-convicts, criminal justice, prison system, capital punishment
Notes: This series was created by the archivist, but it does appear to have been materials that were used by various staff people at Prison Fellowship as reference. The files in boxes 152 through 156 consist of material arranged by topics, although since most of the materials were loose, the archivist in most cases supplied the folder title. Each folder contains a wide range of printed materials (articles, newspaper reports, booklets, transcripts, legal reports, etc.) related to various aspects of criminal justice, including capital punishment, parole procedures, the court system, the prison system. Boxes 157 through 176 contain almost exclusively newspaper and magazine clippings about Prison Fellowship, especially anything touching on the activities of Charles Colson. These folders also contain many of his editorials and articles. Boxes 157 through 167 contain newspaper clippings in chronological order. Boxes 167 through 176 contain magazine articles arranged alphabetically by the title of the magazine. All of the articles from a particular magazine are together in one or two folders.
Exceptional items: Elizabeth Morgan was imprisoned for contempt in the District of Columbia jail because she refused to allow her daughter to go on court ordered overnight visits to her ex-husband. She accused her husband of sexual abuse of the child and went to jail rather than tell the court where the child was. Box 155 contains voluminous files about the case and Prison Fellowship's and Charles Colson involvement, as well as Morgan's release by an act of Congress.
Series: VII. Justice Fellowship
Arrangement: 2 subseries: A. Administrative Records; B. Restorative Justice Handbooks. These are described in more detail in the subseries descriptions below.
Date Range: 1979-1990
Volume: 6.45 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: United States. A letter from PF Australia in folder
Correspondents: Daniel Van Ness
Subjects: The development of Justice Fellowship's efforts to serve as a think tank and resources group for criminal justice reform, Criminal justice reform, rights of victims of crimes, theories of rehabilitation of criminals, overcrowding in Florida prisons
Subseries: A. Administrative Records
Arrangement: Alphabetical by significant words in folder tittles
Date Range: 1983-1989
Volume: 2.25 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Minutes of meetings, budgets, planning documents, quarterly reports, correspondence, memos, newsletters
Subjects: The beginnings of Justice Fellowship and discussion of its purpose and methods; the criminal justice system in the United States, the prison system, victims of crime, rehabilitation of criminals, capital punishment
Notes: The documents in this series were generated by the staff and associates of JF in the process of setting up Justice Fellowship as a think tank and resource organization for reform of the criminal justice system. These boxes include budgets, planning documents, quarterly and yearly reports (box 181), a five year plan (box 180), surveys and analysis of JF by outside consultants (see, for example, folder 179-15), the quarterly newsletter of the Fellowship (folder 179-6 to 179-8). Folders 178-6 to 179-1 contain files about a special task force that the Fellowship put together to examine the problem of overcrowding in Florida prisons and make a report to the governor.
Exceptional items: Folder 179-4 contains a set of edited memos by Daniel Van Ness to the staff of Justice Fellowship on the purpose and activities of the organization. Folders 177-5 through 178-4 contains information on individual prisoners who were facing the death penalty or who had been executed. Folder 181-12 contains a draft of the book by Van Ness, "Victims and Offenders", which laid out the principles of restorative justice. (The book was published in 1986 by InterVarsity Press under the title, Crime and Its Victims.
Subseries: B. Restorative Justice Handbooks
Arrangement: Reference and general materials on restorative justice are in boxes 182-185, materials on handbook I (dealing with theory) are boxes 185-186, materials on handbook II (dealing with principles) are in boxes 187-191; materials about handbook III (program models) are in box 192. Folders in each of these subgroups are arranged alphabetically, by significant words in the title. The series appeared to be roughly in this order when received, but the archivist had to arrange some folders according to what seemed a logical place for them to go.
Date Range: 1986-1990
Volume: 4.2 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: United States.
Type of documents: Drafts of chapters, memos, correspondence, comments on the handbooks by a variety of reviewers (not book reviewers but individuals selected to give their comments before publication)
Subjects: Victims of crime, rehabilitation of criminals, criminal justice reform
Notes: Justice Fellowship staff, under the leadership of Daniel Van Ness were concerned with practical ways to make restorative justice a practical approach to criminal justice reform. Restorative justice put the focus of concern in criminal justice on restoring the welfare of the victim as well as the punishment and rehabilitation of the criminal. The documents in this subseries illustrate how the staff, through work session, discussion and correspondence with legal and religious leaders and thinkers, attempted to clarify the theory of restorative justice and create a series of handbooks for use at grass roots levels and higher to apply the theory to criminal justice in the United States. The collection does not have copies of the actual finished handbooks and there is little in the collection about their application in practice. Besides the memos and correspondence of the staff and the reviewers of the material, there are many xeroxes of articles throughout the subseries on crime, its effect on victims, and the ways to heal the effects of crime. See, for example, folders 184-3 and 184-4.
The materials for this collection were received by the Center in May and June 1984, August 1985, and October 1991 from Prison Fellowship Ministries.
Accession: 84-75, 84-77, 84-87, 85-106, 91-81April 28, 1989
|PFM STAFF, 1976-1985|
|This is a partial list of staff and trustees of Prison Fellowship Ministries. If the beginning date or ending date of a person's employment is uncertain, it is followed by a question mark. PFM stands for Prison Fellowship Ministries, PFI stands for Prison Fellowship International, JF stands for Justice Fellowship, and FC stands for Fellowship Communications. POSITION CHANGES AFTER 1985 ARE NOT SHOWN.|
|Aasterud, John||Wisconsin State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Belz, Natz||Director of Creative Services, 1980-|
|Barnes, Lisa||JF Vice President, 1985?-|
|Bathurst, William R||Arkansas and Louisiana State Director, 1984?-1985|
|Beard, Mary Kay||Alabama State Director, 1984?-|
|Belden, Steve||Arizona/Nevada State Director, 1985-|
|Berry, Nancy||Texas State Assistant Director, 1984?-1985; Dallas-Fort Worth Area Director, 1985-|
|Bovenizer, David A||Director of Communications, 1979-1980|
|Brinkley Harold R||Northern California Director, 1984?-|
|Brueck, Harley||Idaho/Montana/Utah State Director, 1984-|
|Burns, Margaret Thresher||Delaware/Maryland Director, 1984?-|
|Bustamante, Javier||PFI Regional Director South America, 1982?-|
|Campbell, Larry||Western Region Director, 1980-|
|Carr, Donald R||Maine/New Hampshire/Vermont Director, 1984?-|
|Chacko, Kunjumon||Regional Director Central India/Middle East, 1982?-|
|Chambers, Alan K||Vice President of Training, 1982?-1984?; Vice President of Prison Ministry, 1984?-|
|Chambers, Allen S.||District of Columbia Director, 1984?-1985|
|Chase, Alan||Northeast Region Director, 1982?-|
|Chester, Ken||Georgia State Director, 1985-|
|Codelia, Eddie||Director of Prison Services, 1980-|
|Colson, Charles||President, 1976-1984; Chairman of the Board of Directors, 1984-|
|Cousins, Christine A.||PFM Vice President of Administration, 1984?-|
|Cowart, Charles||Grand Island Area (New York) Director, 1985-|
|Crone, Linda||Houston Area Director, 1985-|
|Crum, Curt||Northern California State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Duke, Benjamin F.||Southern Illinois State Director, 1984?-1985|
|Eggen, Chet||Minnesota State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Elliot, Al||Western Region Director, 1979-1980; National Training Officer, 1980-1982?; Director of Public Ministry, 1982?-|
|Elliott, John A.||Colorado/Wyoming Director, 1984?-1985|
|Everitt, Robert M.||Mississippi State Director, 1984?-|
|Ewell, Jo||Director of Administrative Services, 1982?-|
|Eno, David||Director of Special Projects, 1980-|
|Felan, Marcial||New Mexico State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Fish, Myles D.||Massachusetts State Director, 1984?-|
|Goebel, Mel||Nebraska State Coordinator, 1979-1984?|
|Gonzales, Homer||New Mexico State Director, 1985-|
|Grandstaff, Earl-Clayton||Kansas/Missouri State Director, 1980-1982?; Southcentral Region Director, 1982?-1984?|
|Grant, Kathryn||Vice President of Operations of Prison Fellowship International, 1979-1984?; Special UN Representative and Vice President, 1984?-|
|Gray, Billy||Arkansas/Louisiana Director, 1985-|
|Haley, David P.||Kentucky State Director, 1984?-1985; North Carolina State Director, 1985-|
|Harris, John R||Executive officer of Prison Christian Fellowship of Great Britain, 1979-|
|Heade, Herman||District of Columbia/Northern Virginia/Southern Maryland State Director, 1980-1982?; Director of Community Mobilization, 1982?-|
|Hernandez, Rupert||New Mexico State Coordinator, 1979-1980|
|Hoarn, Stuart||North central Region Director, 1982?-|
|Hodgkins, Richard D.||Vice President, Prison Ministry, 1980-|
|Horsley, Neal||Southeastern region Director, 1979-|
|Hubbell, Mark||Oregon State Director, 1985-|
|Humphrey, Marion||Director of Prison Services, 1979-1980; Arkansas State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Jackson, Billy Joe||Mid-South Regional Director, 1979-1980; Chaplain at Federal Prison in Memphis, 1979-1980; Northeast Region Director, 1980-|
|Jackson, Kenneth L.||North Carolina Field Representative, 1979-1980; Indiana State Director, 1980-|
|Jacobs, Ron||New Jersey/New York City Area Director, 1985-|
|Jarrett, Stan||Northern Florida State Director, 1980-1985; Florida State Director, 1985-|
|Jewell, James W.||Director of Public Relations, 1984?-|
|Keener, Nelson H.||FC Executive Vice president, 1984-1985; President, 1985-|
|Keep, Bill||Illinois State Director, 1985-|
|Kramer, Paul||National Prison Consultant 1976-1979; South Central Regional Director, 1979-1982?; National Field Director, 1980-1982?; Vice President of Field Operations, 1982?-|
|Kuniholm, Whitney T.||PFM Vice President of Public Ministry, 1984?-|
|Lash, Michael R.||Michigan State Director, 1984?-|
|Lawrence, Albert A||North Carolina State Director, 1984?-1985 District of Columbia Director, 1985-|
|Loux, Gordon||Executive Vice president of Prison Fellowship, 1976-1984; President of Prison Fellowship International, 1979- ; President of Prison Fellowship Ministries, 1984-1988|
|Lynch, Dan||Vermont State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Mandsager, Conrad||Iowa/South Dakota Director, 1985-|
|Martin, William C.||Arizona/Nevada Director, 1984?-1985|
|McCraw, Thomas O.||West Virginia State Director, 1984-|
|McDaniel, Robert J.||Eastern New York State Director, 1984?-1985|
|McGuire, Robert L.||Tennessee State Director, 1984?-|
|Metts, Tom Jr||North Carolina State Coordinator, 1979-1982?; Southeast Region Director, 1982?-|
|Meyer, Paul||Washington/Oregon State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Moreland, Anita||Director of Communications, 1980-|
|Mulligan, Robert||Director of Fund Development, 1980-|
|Nikkel, Ronald W||PFI International Field Director, 1982?-1984; Executive Vice President and Executive Director, 1984-|
|O'Grady, John O.||Senior Vice president of Operations, 1981?-1984; President of Prison Fellowship USA, 1984-|
|Oakley, Anthony||Assistant Chaplain at Federal prison in Memphis, 1979-1980; Chaplain 1980-|
|Opiyo, Musa||PFI Regional Director Africa, 1982?-|
|Quie, Albert||Minnesota/North Dakota Director, 1985-|
|Pannal, Ernie||South Carolina State Director, 1980-|
|Park, James C.||Oklahoma State Director, 1984?-|
|Parker, Richard||Pennsylvania State Director; 1984-|
|Peyton, John||Northeastern Region Director, 1979-1980|
|Pinotti, Floyd N.||Minnesota/North Dakota/South Dakota Director, 1984?-1985|
|Plowman, Dick||Waco-Palestine Area (Texas) Director, 1985-|
|Prochnow, Tom||Iowa State Director, 1980-1985|
|Reida, Dick||Colorado/Wyoming State Director, 1985-|
|Rentschler, James F.||Director of Business Services, 1979-1982?; Director of Technical Services, 1982?-|
|Rhodes, Fred B.||Chairman of the Board of Directors, 1976-1980|
|Roberts, David B.||Southern Florida State Director, 1984?-1985|
|Rosen, Burt||Kentucky State Director, 1985-|
|Russell, Bill||Washington/Oregon State Director, 1984-1985; Washington State Director, 1985-|
|Salazar, Leo||Austin Area (Texas) Director, 1985-|
|Sharp, Ron||Kansas State Director, 1985-|
|Slater, Robert||Southern Florida State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Smith, Ken||Director of Financial Services, 1980-1982?; Vice President of Financial Services, 1982?-1984; PFM Vice President of Finance, 1984-|
|Snyder, Jerry||North Central Region, 1979-1982?|
|Sullivan, Jack||Pennsylvania State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Sweeting, Donald||Administrative Assistant to the Executive Vice President, 1979-1980|
|Taylor, W. George B.||Michigan State Director, 1980-1984?|
|Traster, David L.||Kansas/Nebraska Director, 1984?-1985; Nebraska State Director, 1985-|
|Van Ness, Daniel||Special Counsel of Criminal Justice, 1980-1984; President of Justice Fellowship, 1984-|
|Veerman, Ralph D.||Vice President, Prison Division, 1978-1980?; Senior Vice President for Public Ministry, 1980?-1984?|
|Watson, Robert F.||Southern California Director, 1984?-|
|Webb, Janice F.||Missouri State Director, 1984?-|
|Whitney, Lisa||Washington staff person, 1978-1984; Wisconsin State Director, 1985-|
|Wilcox, Pat||Virginia State Director, 1984?-|
|Williamson, L. Edwin||Texas State Director, 1980-1985; Huntsville Area (Texas) Director, 1985-|
|Wilson, George||Board member, 1976-1980; Chairman of board of directors, 1980-1984; Vice Chairman of the Board, 1984-|
|Wollenweber, Robert F.||Connecticut/Rhode Island State Director, 1985-|
One poster for the movie edition of the book Born Again, written by Charles Colson and published by Chosen. Poster clipped to a cardboard backing which could be used for either window or bookshelf display. Poster is 13 ½" x 10", yellow, black, red, orange, white are the main colors. n.d., ca. 1978.
Two posters for the film Born Again, produced by AVCO Embassy Pictures. "FOR EVERYONE WHO EVER WANTED/A CHANCE TO START OVER/BORN/AGAIN/...THE TRUE STORY OF CHARLES COLSON/A ROBERT L. MUNGER PRODUCTION 'BORN AGAIN' STARRING DEAN JONES - ANNE FRANCIS/JAY ROBINSON - DANA ANDREWS - RAYMOND ST. JACQUES - DIRECTED BY IRVING RAPPER/ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ROBERT L. MUNGER - PRODUCED BY FRANK CAPRA, JR./SCREENPLAY BY WALTER BLOCH - MUSIC BY LES BAXTER/ PRINTS BY CFI AVCO EMBASSY PICTURE RELEASE - PG PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED SOME MATERIALS MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN/ READ BANTAM BOOKS' BEST SELLER...." Major colors of poster are black, white, blue, green, reddish-orange. Center of poster contains a circle with a illustration of several scenes from the film juxtaposed with each other. The largest scene and the central one in the circle is of Dean Jones and Anne Francis hugging, with Jones facing forward. 41" x 27". 1978.
One advertising manual for the film Born Again. Produced by Avco Embassy Pictures. 11" x 17", 1978.
Two sheets of glossy paper, stapled together, of three dummies of the same newspaper ad. One dummy is 6 3/4" x 9 ½", one is 5 1/8" x 9 ½", one is 5 1/8" x 7 1/4". "HE WENT FROM/ THE WHITE HOUSE/ TO THE BIG HOUSE./IT IS THE FULL/ SHOCKING STORY/ EXPOSED BY THE/ PRESIDENT'S/ HATCHET MAN/ [each line of text slightly larger than the previous] NO NAMES OR FACTS HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO PROTECT THE GUILTY./BORN AGAIN/A ROBERT L. MUNGER PRODUCTION 'BORN AGAIN' STARRING DEAN JONES - ANNE FRANCIS/JAY ROBINSON - DANA ANDREWS - RAYMOND ST. JACQUES - DIRECTED BY IRVING RAPPER/ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ROBERT L. MUNGER - PRODUCED BY FRANK CAPRA, JR./SCREENPLAY BY WALTER BLOCH - MUSIC BY LES BAXTER/ PRINTS BY CFI AVCO EMBASSY PICTURE RELEASE - PG PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED - SOME MATERIALS MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN/ READ BANTAM BOOKS' BEST SELLER..../ THEATRE" Black and white. Photos of the actors playing Colson, Nixon, Haldeman, Erlichman, E. Howard Hunt. 1978.
Two sheets of glossy paper, stapled together, of five dummies of newspaper ads. Four dummies exactly alike, one (the smallest) an abbreviated version of the add. One dummy is 5 1/8" x 9 ", the others are slightly smaller.
"YOU'LL CRY. YOU'LL BE MOVED./YOU WILL STAND UP AND/ CHEER!/"ONE OF THE MOST INSPIRATIONAL FILMS OF THE YEAR" - SO. CALIF. MOTION PICTURE COUNCIL/BORN/ AGAIN/ ...A REASON TO GO TO/THE MOVIES AGAIN! A ROBERT L. MUNGER PRODUCTION 'BORN AGAIN' STARRING DEAN JONES - ANNE FRANCIS/JAY ROBINSON - DANA ANDREWS - RAYMOND ST. JACQUES - DIRECTED BY IRVING RAPPER/ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ROBERT L. MUNGER - PRODUCED BY FRANK CAPRA, JR./SCREENPLAY BY WALTER BLOCH - MUSIC BY LES BAXTER/ PRINTS BY CFI AVCO EMBASSY PICTURE RELEASE - PG PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED - SOME MATERIALS MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN/ READ BANTAM BOOKS' BEST SELLER..../ THEATRE" Black and white. Individual photos of eight moviegoers with their names and favorable reactions to the film underneath. 1978.
One poster. 11" x 15 ½". "WHO TRIED TO KILL HIM?/ WHY WAS HIS SON ARRESTED?/ WHAT MADE A JEWISH LAWYER/ DEFEND HIM AND A BLACK CONVICT PROTECT HIM?/THIS IS THE MOTION PICTURE/ THAT PORTRAYS ALL THE HUMAN/ DRAMA OF CHUCK COLSON'S/ 'BORN AGAIN'/ STORY./ BORN/AGAIN/...THE ONE MOVIE THAT ENDS WITH THE PROMISE/OF A HAPPY NEW BEGINNING. A ROBERT L. MUNGER PRODUCTION "BORN AGAIN" STARRING DEAN JONES - ANNE FRANCIS/JAY ROBINSON - DANA ANDREWS - RAYMOND ST. JACQUES - DIRECTED BY IRVING RAPPER/ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ROBERT L. MUNGER - PRODUCED BY FRANK CAPRA, JR./SCREENPLAY BY WALTER BLOCH - MUSIC BY LES BAXTER/ PRINTS BY CFI AVCO EMBASSY PICTURE RELEASE - PG PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED - SOME MATERIALS MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN// READ BANTAM BOOKS' BEST SELLER...." Black and white. Photo of scene from the movie with Dean Jones and Raymond St. Jacques struggling with someone. 1978.
One poster. 11" x 15 ½". "CHUCK COLSON'S "BORN AGAIN" STORY/ BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER/ TO LAUGH, CRY, GRIP/ THEIR SEATS IN/ SUSPENSE/ AND LEAVE/ THE THEATRE/ FEELING/ GOOD/ AGAIN./ BORN AGAIN/ THE ONE MOTION PICTURE THAT ENDS WITH A HAPPY NEW BEGINNING." Black and white. Large photo of scene from movie of Dean Jones and Anne Francis hugging, with Jones facing forward. Photos of Dean Jones, Anne Francis, Jay Robinson, Dana Andrews and Raymond St. Jacques with their names and a few words about their part beneath. 1978.
One poster. 10" x 12". "TRUE OR FALSE?/ IS THE BORN AGAIN MOVEMENT/ OUT TO CON AMERICA?/IS IT THE "IN" THING TO PUT DOWN/ THE BORN AGAIN CHRISTIAN?/ IS THE BORN AGAIN BELIEVER/OUT TO SAVE HIS SKIN?/ IS THE BORN AGAIN MOVEMENT/ A MONEY-MAKING SCHEME?/ 'BORN AGAIN' IS THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL MOTION PICTURE/ OF THE DECADE. SEE IT FOR YOURSELF./ BORN AGAIN/ A ROBERT L. MUNGER PRODUCTION 'BORN AGAIN' STARRING DEAN JONES - ANNE FRANCIS/JAY ROBINSON - DANA ANDREWS - RAYMOND ST. JACQUES - DIRECTED BY IRVING RAPPER/ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ROBERT L. MUNGER - PRODUCED BY FRANK CAPRA, JR./SCREENPLAY BY WALTER BLOCH - MUSIC BY LES BAXTER/ PRINTS BY CFI AVCO EMBASSY PICTURE RELEASE - PG PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED - SOME MATERIALS MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN." 1978.
One poster. 10 1/4" x 15 1/4". "CHUCK COLSON'S/ "BORN AGAIN"/ STORY IS/ THE ONE/ ENTERTAINMENT/ EXPERIENCE/ YOU'VE BEEN/ WAITING FOR!/ THE ONE HAPPY STORY OF WATERGATE./ THE ONE FILM THAT MADE AUDIENCES IN ATLANTA STAND UP/ AND APPLAUD./ THE ONE MOTION PICTURE THAT ENDS WITH THE PROMISE OF/ A NEW BEGINNING./AND IT'S ALL FROM THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER./ A ROBERT L. MUNGER PRODUCTION 'BORN AGAIN' STARRING DEAN JONES - ANNE FRANCIS/JAY ROBINSON - DANA ANDREWS - RAYMOND ST. JACQUES - DIRECTED BY IRVING RAPPER/ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ROBERT L. MUNGER - PRODUCED BY FRANK CAPRA, JR./SCREENPLAY BY WALTER BLOCH - MUSIC BY LES BAXTER/ PRINTS BY CFI AVCO EMBASSY PICTURE RELEASE - PG PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED - SOME MATERIALS MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN// READ BANTAM BOOKS' BEST SELLER.... BLACK AND WHITE." Drawing of the front cover of the book Born Again. 1978.
Two tickets for the premiere of the film Born Again. 2 7/8" x 6 3/4". "WORLD PREMIERE/BORN/AGAIN/...THE TRUE STORY OF CHARLES COLSON/ EISENHOWER THEATRE/ KENNEDY CENTER, WASHINGTON D.C./ SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1978 AT 8:00 P.M./ BENEFIT OF Prison Fellowship/ A ROBERT L. MUNGER PRODUCTION 'BORN AGAIN' STARRING DEAN JONES - ANNE FRANCIS/JAY ROBINSON - DANA ANDREWS - RAYMOND ST. JACQUES - DIRECTED BY IRVING RAPPER/ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ROBERT L. MUNGER - PRODUCED BY FRANK CAPRA, JR./SCREENPLAY BY WALTER BLOCH - MUSIC BY LES BAXTER/ PRINTS BY CFI AVCO EMBASSY PICTURE RELEASE/BLACK TIE OPTIONAL/ $100.00/ ORCHESTRA S 11/ LEFT." Green, white, and blue. Picture of scene from film of Dean Jones and Anne Francis hugging, with Jones facing forward and below a picture of the Capitol building.
Prison Fellowship - I. Covers the period 1977-1982, with a many undated items. Includes photos of Community Service Projects (CSPS), Washington DC Discipleship Seminars (18th, 19th, 22nd, 23rd, 27th, 28th, 33rd- 40th) In-Prison seminars (in Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, among other places), and In-Community seminars. Among the people pictured participating in the Washington Seminars is George M. Wilson.
Prison Fellowship - II. Covers the period 1978-1983 Colson and other PF staff meeting with donors at a retreats in Boston, Atlanta and elsewhere; community services project; the National Urban Conference; visits to Bunn Prison, NC, Lorton Prison, Delaware prisons; ex-offenders meetings; Colson's visit to Australia in 1978; also some negatives and/or proofs of John Perkins and Harold Hughes.
Prison Fellowship - III. Covers the period 1982-1983. Includes hundreds of pictures of various members of the Prison Fellowship International organization, including directors, vice presidents, board members, instructors, and volunteers. Also pictures of various meetings, such as leadership conferences, volunteer conferences, staff retreats, prayer breakfasts.
Prison Fellowship - IV. Covers the period 1977-1982. All proof sheets, no negatives. Includes many speaking engagements of Colson, visits to prisons, conferences and seminars. Has pictures of the 1980 conference on The Future of Prison Chaplaincy and Colson's speech at the 1982 Wheaton College commencement.
Prison Fellowship - V. Covers the period 1983 to 1984. Proof sheets with negatives of several Community Service Projects (Birmingham, Jackson, Raleigh, Oakland, District of Columbia) and In-Community Seminars and In-Prison Seminars (Washington DC, Jessup prison in Maryland, a Hispanic In-Prison Seminar, Smyrna Prison in Delaware). Includes pictures of Charles Colson and Al Chambers. See Photo Album VIII for ID sheets for this album.
Prison Fellowship - VI. Covers the period 1983-1984. Proof sheets with negatives (a few of the proofs in color), Includes pictures of various Prison Fellowship conferences, banquets and events including the 1984 staff conference, the 1983 Belfast Ireland conference, the 1983 Columbia Baptist Church crusade, the 1983 Community Mobilization Luncheon, the 1983 Volunteer Leadership Conference, the 1983 Toys for Tots event, the 1984 Donors Banquet, Charles Colson's visits to several prisons, in-prison Bible studies. Includes are photos of Colson, many PF staff and volunteers such Charlie Riggs, Jay Kesler, Fred Rhodes. See Photo Album VIII for ID sheets for this album.
Prison Fellowship - VII. Covers the period 1983-1984. Includes proofsheets and negatives of Charles Colson, Marty Thresher, Harley Brueck, Bob Watson, Harold Brinkley, Paul Kramer, Daniel Van Ness and the Justice Fellowship board, Gordon Loux, Ralph Veerman, Ken Smith, Alan Chambers, Jim Jewell, Jim Rentschler, Ellen Santelli and others; pictures of Prison Fellowship offices, remodeling of DeMoss and Bowman houses. See Photo Album VIII for ID sheets for this album.
Prison Fellowship - VIII. Photo ID sheets with very brief information about the individual proof sheets in photo albums V, VI and VII. The sheets generally give the proof sheet number, the subject, date and photographer. Very occasionally there is information about individual images on the sheet.
Prison Fellowship - IX. Covers 1985. Includes proof sheets and negatives of the 1985 Oakland, Memphis and Lynchburg Community Service Projects, prison inmates with their families, Missouri and District of Columbia prison seminars, the Demos House dedication (attended by C Everett Koop, Norm Carlson, Richard Halverson), fund raising dinners, the national Volunteer recognition and Training Conference. See Photo Album XI for ID sheets for this album.
Prison Fellowship - X. Covers 1985. Includes proof sheets and negatives of Charles Colson speaking at Harvard University and Taylor University, other pictures of his travels around the country and an Easter visit to prison, a donors retreat at Glen Eyrie, the Prison Fellowship-USA board meeting, state directors and other staff, staff conferences, the construction of a new Prison Fellowship building. See Photo Album XI for ID sheets for this album.
Prison Fellowship - XI. Photo ID sheets with very brief information about the individual proof sheets in photo albums IX and X. The sheets generally give the proof sheet number, the subject, date and photographer. Very occasionally there is information about individual images on the sheet.
Prison Fellowship - XII. Album of 144 4 x 6 color snapshots of what appears to be a party in Maryland for the children of inmates at which volunteers distributed the Angel Tree gifts which had been collected for them. Ca. 1986.
Prison Fellowship - XIII. Album of 111 5 x 5 color snapshots of a visit of Charles Colson and other Prison Fellowship staff with volunteers in Maryland. Included are shots of Bible studies, speeches, fellowship. February 7, 1986.
Prison Fellowship - XIV. Album of 60 5 x 5 color snapshots of an Angel Tree Christmas party in Baltimore, Maryland, for the children of inmates at which volunteers distributed the Angel Tree gifts which had been collected for them. Ca. 1986.
BORN AGAIN (Motion Picture). Publicity stills for the film Born Again. Includes scenes from the film as well as pictures of Chuck Colson with the film's executive producer and associate producers; the film's lead actor Dean Jones with former senator Harold Hughes. Besides Jones, the stills include pictures of actors George Brent, Christopher Conrad, Alicia Fleer, Anne Francis, Stuart Lee, Jay Robinson, Harry Spillman, Raymond St. Jacques. Each of the photos also has a caption. 20 b&w.
COLSON, CHARLES W. Photos of Colson speaking in a wide variety of functions, many of which are Prison Fellowship activities. Included are pictures of him at the 1976 National Prayer Conference; in-prison seminars at a variety of prisons in Missouri, Washington (Monroe), Wisconsin (Oxford), New York (Attica), and elsewhere; , in-community seminars; the dedication ceremonies of PF's headquarters; speaking at meeting of the National Association of Evangelicals and the National Religious Broadcasters meeting; commencements at Manna Bible Institute and Houghton and Wheaton Colleges; speaking engagements at Brown University and James Madison University; scene from trips to Australia, England, Finland, Japan, Germany; meeting with Elizabeth Morgan. 1976-1982, 1989. 109 b&w, 78 color.
DEMOS, ARTHUR S. Portrait photo of Demos, after whom the Prison Fellowship Ministries headquarters hospitality center in Reston Virginia, was named. N.d. 1 b &w.
PRISON FELLOWSHIP. Mostly informal snapshots of various PF activities, including in-prison seminars (including some with death row inmates), commissioning service by Rev. Terry Oliver of prison leaders, dedication of a prison chapel at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, community service projects, PF staff retreats and conferences (including Gordon Loux at the 1983 retreat), marriage enrichment seminars, wilderness seminars, a seminar for Hispanic prisoners, volunteer training. Many of these photos include Colson. There are pictures of PF work in prisons in Alabama, the District of Columbia, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. 70 b&w, 18 color. 1977-1982, 1989.
V1 - Color, 3/4" u-matic cassette; 22 minutes. Someone Cares. A program to explain the history and purpose of Prison Fellowship. There is a description of Charles Colson involvement in Watergate and his conversion, the seminars he and others held for Christian inmates both inside and outside prison, and the need for Christians to be involved in prison ministry. Much of the video is narrated by Colson. There are also statements by Harold Hughes, Paul Kramer, Norman Carlson and Miles Lord, as well as inmates. Ca. 1978.
|I. Historical Files|
|A. Born Again Files|
|1||1||Chosen/Revell Expenses; 1975-1976|
|1||2||Notes - re: promotion; 1975-1978|
|Born Again (book):|
|1||3||Questions and Answers for Interview shows; n.d.|
|1||4||Promotion schedule; 1976-1979|
|1||5||Revell Correspondence; 1975-1976|
|1||6||Things to do; n.d.; 1975|
|Born Again (film):|
|2||2||Bank Reconciliation Materials; 1978|
|2||3||Premieres - Budget; 1978-1979|
|2||10||District of Columbia; 1977-1979|
|3||8||New Mexico; 1978|
|3||9||New York; 1977-1978|
|3||10||North Carolina; 1977-1978|
|Born Again (film):|
|3||15||South Carolina; 1978|
|3||22||Coordinator letters; 1978|
|3||24||Host List Letters; 1979|
|3||27||Manual of Operations; 1978|
|4||3||Originals - Born Again work; 1978|
|4||4||Born Again Partners Program; 1977-1980|
|4||5||Premiere Information; 1978|
|4||6||Preliminary Work; 1978|
|4||7||Press Packets; 1977-78|
|4||8||Travel Schedule, B.A. Premieres; 1978|
|5||2||first draft; 1977|
|6||2||Task Force Letters; 1978|
|6||3||Tickets; through Jan 1979|
|6||4||Volunteer Letters; 1978|
|6||5||ALBUQUERQUE Wednesday, Nov. 15; 1978-1979|
|6||6||ATLANTA Wednesday, Oct.4; 1978-1979|
|6||7||BIRMINGHAM Saturday Sept. 30; 1978|
|7||1||CHARLOTTE Monday, Oct. 30; 1978-1979|
|7||2||CHATTANOOGA Thursday, Oct. 5; 1978-1979|
|7||3||CHICAGO Thursday, Sept 28; 1978-1979|
|7||4||CINCINNATI Tuesday, Oct. 3; 1978|
|7||5||COLUMBIA Wednesday, Nov. 1; 1978|
|7||6||DALLAS Tuesday, Sept. 26; 1978|
|7||7||DENVER Thursday, Nov. 16; 1978-1979|
|7||8||DES MOINES Tuesday, Dec. 19; 1978-1979|
|Born Again (film):|
|7||9||GREENVILLE, Nov. 2; 1978-1979|
|7||10||KANSAS CITY January; 1978-1979|
|8||1||LOS ANGELES Monday, Nov. 13; 1978-1979|
|8||2||MEMPHIS Thursday, Oct. 12; 1978|
|8||4||MINNEAPOLIS, Monday, Dec 18; 1978-1979|
|8||6||NASHVILLE, Thursday, Oct. 5; 1978|
|8||7||NEW ORLEANS; 1978-1979|
|8||8||NEW YORK CITY; 1978-1979|
|8||9||PEORIA Friday, September 29; 1978|
|8||10||PHOENIX Thursday, Nov. 16; 1978|
|8||11||PHILADELPHIA January; 1978-1979|
|8||12||RALEIGH Tuesday, Oct. 31; 1978|
|8||14||SAN DIEGO Tuesday, Nov. 14; 1978-1979|
|9||1||SEATTLE Monday, Oct. 2; 1978-1979|
|9||2||TAMPA - expense account verification; 1978-1979|
|9||3||TAMPA Wednesday, Dec. 21; 1978-1979|
|9||4||Chicago June 5-6; 1978|
|9||5||Los Angeles May 7-8; 1978|
|9||6||D.C. May 23-24; 1979|
|9||7||WASHINGTON D.C. Sunday, Sept 24; 1978|
|B. Prison Fellowship Files|
|9||8||Arizona to Missouri; 1977-1979|
|9||9||Nebraska to Wisconsin; 1977-1979|
|10||11||Ellis, James; 1977-1978|
|11||1||President to Executive Vice President; 1976-1978|
|11||2||President to various staff; 1977-1978|
|11||3||Vice President Public Ministry; 1978-79|
|11||4||Management Meeting Minutes; 1977|
|11||5||Memos to all staff; 1978|
|11||6||Names Lists; 1977-1978; n.d.|
|12||1||Operations Manual Drafts; 1977|
|12||2||Policy Manuals Materials; 1977-1978; n.d.|
|12||3||Policy and Goal Statements; 1977-1978; n.d.|
|12||4||Seminar Proposals; 1977|
|12||5||Script: Somebody Cares; 1977|
|13||7||Director of Prison Services; 1978-1979|
|13||8||Executive Vice-President, memos to; 1977-1979|
|13||9||Field Directors; 1979|
|14||1||Jubilee editors; 1978-1979|
|14||2||Jubilee editors; 1979|
|14||3||Clabaugh, Steve; 1977-1979|
|14||4||Prison Fellowship vs. Arlington County Board; 1979|
|14||5||Sewell, John; 1979|
|15||1||Vice-President for Public Ministry; 1979|
|16||1||Beshears, Bill; 1979|
|16||2||Potter, Jerry; 1978-1979|
|16||3||Shoemaker, John; 1978-1979|
|16||4||Smith, James Lee; 1978-1979|
|16||5||Business Services Director; 1980|
|16||8||Computer Generated; 1980|
|17||1||Cromartie, Mike; 1977-1980|
|17||2||Field Directors; 1980|
|17||3||Inmate Assistant Coordinator; 1978-80|
|17||4||Liddy, Gordon; 1980|
|17||5||Lorenzen, Jay; 1980|
|17||6||Morris, Paul; 1980|
|17||7||National Training Director; 1980|
|17||11||Resource Center Director; 1980|
|17||12||Special Projects Director; 1980|
|17||13||Sweeting, Don; 1979-1980|
|18||1||Vice President, Public Ministry; 1980|
|18||2||Washington Seminar Coordinator; 1979-80|
|18||3||Sweeting, Donald W.; 1979-1980|
|18||4||Thurston, Linda G.; 1978-1980|
|18||5||Business Services Director; 1981|
|18||6||Communications Director; 1981|
|18||7||Legal Counsel; 1981|
|18||8||National Field Director; 1981|
|18||9||President to Executive Vice-President; 1981|
|19||1||Regional Directors; 1981|
|19||2||Special Projects Director; 1981|
|Vice-President, Prison Ministry:|
|19||6||Washington Seminar Coordinator; 1981|
|19||7||Memos to all staff; 1979-1981|
|20||1||Prayer Requests; 1981|
|20||2||Reports on Special Projects; 1981|
|20||4||Director of Prison Services; 1982|
|21||2||November - December, 1982|
|memos copied to:|
|21||3||January - March 1982|
|21||4||March - June, 1982|
|21||5||June - December, 1982|
|6||National Training Director; 1981-82|
|22||1||Kramer's Notebook; 1977|
|22||2||Operations Manual; 1978|
|Box||Folders||Description or First Folder/Last Folder||Dates|
|II. Executive Officers|
|A. Charles W. Colson|
|23||13||Prison Fellowship 1984 Master Calendar / CWC 1983 Schedule - Reading File||1979-1984|
|24||7||CWC 1984 Schedule - Reading File / CWC Central Files; February 1989||1983-1989|
|25||6||File / CWC Central Files; March 1989 / File / CWC Central Files; August 1989||1989|
|26||4||CWC Central Files; August 1989 / CWC Central Files; November 1989||1989|
|27||1||CWC Central Files; December 1989||1989|
|2. Liaison Files|
|27||59||Aasterud, John M. / Blatchford, W. Larned||1978-1988|
|28||62||Block, Samuel / Christenson, Evelyn, Mrs.||1980-1988|
|29||61||Christianity Today International / Dolaghan, John||1981-1987|
|30||42||Dole, Elizabeth / Everts, Chaplain & Mrs. Paul J.||1977-1988|
|31||20||Falwell, Jerry / Grose, Dr. Vernon L. Vol I||1975-1989|
|32||10||Grose, Dr. Vernon L. Vol II / Hardy, Ashton||1977-1988|
|33||38||Harlow, Bryce / Howe, Calvin||1975-1987|
|34||28||Howell, Myrtie / Kemp, The Hon. Jack F.||1975-1988|
|35||28||Kesler, Jay / Krieger, Orville W.||1977-1988|
|36||29||Kroger, Paul / Lewis, Mr. Jerome A.||1975-1987|
|37||39||Lewis & Price / Marchant, Thomas M. III (Hon.)||1976-1988|
|38||53||Marist Missionary Sisters / Miller, Robert W.||1976-1988|
|39||37||Mims, Madeline M. / Nelson, Thomas Inc.||1974-1988|
|40||45||Newton, Anthony / Phillips, Lewis (Hon.)||1976-1987|
|41||27||Phillips, Odell / Ramsey, Gordon, Esq.||1975-1987|
|42||20||Randell, Cortes / Regis, Josephine||1976-1986|
|43||38||Reid, Russ / Roles, Richard C.||1975-1988|
|44||43||Rolschau, Mr. David / Shade, Mr. & Mrs. James B.||1975-1988|
|45||19||Shannon, Ms. Margaret / Smith, Daniel D.||1977-1986|
|46||35||Smith, David L. / Struben, Jean||1976-1986|
|47||25||Summer, Dick / Thomas, Cal Vol I||1975-1988|
|48||28||Thomas, Cal Vol II / Utter, Robert F.||1979-1988|
|49||32||Van Alen, Judy / Waugh, William||1974-1988|
|50||28||Wauterlek, Mr. Anthony / Williams, C. Molton||1976-1986|
|51||27||Williams, Lucy E. / Youth For Christ International||1965-1987|
|52||6||Zbinden, Rev. Lewis H. / Zondervan Publishing House||1977-1986|
|B. Gordon Loux|
|52||8||PF Alumni / Born Again Movie Assignment Correspondence||1976-1986|
|53||10||Born Again Partners Agreement / Bowman Property - Bowman Information||1978-1985|
|54||11||Bowman Property - Building Dedication Follow-up / Bowman Property - Ground Breaking - Open House||1983-1987|
|55||17||Bowman Property - Hazel, Beckhorn & Hanes / Call Lists||1982-1986|
|56||8||Capital Funds Campaign / Capital Turn Down Letters||1983-1985|
|57||8||Capital Assets Inventory, 1984 / Computer Reports||1981-1984|
|58||7||Consultation '83 / Endorsing-Complaint File||1978-1985|
|59||7||Endorsement Letters Log / Lausanne Committee||1978-1985|
|60||5||Memos to Staff; 1982 / Memos to Staff, 1985||1982-1985|
|61||14||Memos to Staff, 1986 / Statistics; 1977-1981||1979-1987|
|62||8||Statistics, 1984-85 / Travel||1979-1987|
|63||18||Travel / Weekly Reports||1980-1987|
|III. Field Offices|
|A. Regional Operations Reports|
|64||8||Monthly reports and statistics||1983|
|65||14||Monthly reports and statistics||1983-1984|
|66||5||Monthly Reports and Statistics,||1978-1984|
|B. State Files|
|66||41||Early files (arranged by region, then by state): Northeast region||1977-1984|
|67||85||Early files: Northeast Region, Southeast Region, North Central Region||1977-1981|
|68||81||Early Files: Southeast Region North Central Region, South Central Region||1977-1980|
|69||22||Early Files:, Western Region
PF- US files (Leadership conferences, alumni conferences),
|70||40||PF-US, PF-Government. PF-Regional files, Canada. Alabama||1978-1989|
|77||10||Delaware-District of Colombia||1981-1989|
|78||27||District of Columbia-Florida||1981-1989|
|94||15||New Mexico-New York||1979-1989|
|96||42||New York-North Dakota||1977-1989|
|100||26||South Carolina-South Dakota||1980-1989|
|C. Regional and State Directors' Files|
|1. Southeastern Regional Director|
|109||3||Lead Area Directors Meeting / Correspondence From||1979-1987|
|110||9||National Directors / Juvenile||1985-1987|
|111||6||National Volunteer Recognition / Expense Reports||1985-1987|
|2. Texas State Director|
|116||15||Angel Tree / Expense Reports and Budget||1981-1985|
|117||7||Fort Worth FCI Inmate Correspondence / Inmate Correspondence||1981-1986|
|118||14||Inmate Correspondence / Lisa Whitney||1981-1987|
|V. Training and Development|
|A. VP Files|
|112||8||Correspondence, 1982 / Memos, April 1983||1982-1983|
|113||11||Correspondence and Memos, May 1983 / Seminar Reports, 1983||1983|
|114||16||Training Papers, 1983 / Correspondence, August 1984||1983-1984|
|115||12||Correspondence and Memos, September 1984-Training reports, 1984||1984|
|B. Training Materials|
|119||10||Angel Tree / Handbook, DC Seminar; 1985||1983-1985|
|120||11||Handbook: In-Prison Seminars; 1987 / Transportation||1984-1987|
|121||11||Curricula: Volunteer Management-Volunteer Skills (General) / Southern Florida Regional Meeting||1985-1986|
|122||10||Archives, IPS-Women's, Mitchellville, IA / National Volunteer Recognition& Training Conference, Radison Mark / Alexandria, April 25-27, 1986||1986|
|123||1||Area Directors Training Program, November 3-7, 86||1986|
|C. In-Prison Seminars|
|123||50||USP Atlanta, Georgia (Camp), December 1-4, 1986 / San Quintin State Prison, San Quintin, CA, February 5-7, 1987||1986-1987|
|124||46||TDC Ferguson Unit, Midway, February 6-8, 1987 / Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, LA, March 20-21, 1987||1986-1987|
|125||44||Penitentiary of NM, Sante FE, March 20-21, 1987 / TDC-Huntsville, April 10-12, 1987||1987|
|126||60||Michigan Reformatory, Ionia, April 10-12, 1987 / Taycheedah Correctional Institute, Taycheedah, WI, May 15-16, 1987||1987|
|127||47||Florence Crance Correctional Institute, MI, May 15-17, 1987 / Federal Prison Camp, Duluth, MN, June 5-7, 1987||1987|
|128||43||US Navy Bridge, Norfolk, VA, June 5-7, 1987 / MS State Penitentiary, Unit 21, Parchman, August 14-15, 1987||1987|
|129||62||FCI, Safford Arizona (Spanish), August 14-16, 1987-Fort Lewis Confinement Facility, Fort Lewis, WA, September 26,26,28,29,30, 1987||1987|
|130||55||FCI Danbury, CT, September 25-27, 1987 / US Navy Bridge, Norfolk, VA, October 30-November1, 1987||1987|
|131||49||Centennial Correctional Facility, Canon City (General Population), October 30-November 1, 1987 / Staunton Correctional Center, Staunton, VA, November 13-15, 1987||1987|
|132||60||Oak Park Heights, MN, Correctional Facility, November 13-15, 1987 / Misc. Reports, 1987||1987|
|133||8||Rex Cauble / Seminar Reports, 1986||1980-1986|
|D. Washington DC Seminar|
|134||26||Algoakian Park / FYI||1983-1986|
|135||6||Host Manuals / Inmate Applications||1980-1986|
|136||8||Information I / Seminar Information Sheets||1980-1986|
|E. Crisis of Incarceration Marriage Seminar Files (CIMS)|
|136||12||CIMS Facilitators Development Conference / CIMS Instructor: [name omitted]||1983-1987|
|137||29||CIMS Instructor: [name omitted] / CIMS Instructor: [name omitted]||1985-1987|
|138||24||CIMS, 82 / 001,October 1982, Washington DC / CIMS, 86 / 041,11 / 1-2 / 86, Waco, TX||1982-1986|
|139||23||CIMS, 86 / 042, 11 / 21-22 / 86, Reston, VA (59th WDS) / CIMS, 87 / 03, 2 / 13-14, Delaware Correctional Center||1986-1987|
|140||25||CIMS, 87 / 04, 2 / 25 / 27, Holland, MI (Michigan Dunes) / CIMS Texarkana FCI, November 6-8, 1987||1987|
|141||13||CIMS, Seagoville FCI, November 113-15, 1987 / Marriage Seminar, April 22-24, 1988, New Hampshire State Prison||1987-1988|
|F. Community Service Projects (CSP)|
|141||14||CSP / Notebook||1981-1988|
|142||27||Staff retreat / CSP, 84 / 006,May 1984, Dallas, Texas||1982-1987|
|143||24||CSP, 84 / 1007, July 1984, Kansas City, Missouri / CSP. 85 / 008, July 1985, Phoenix, Arizona||1984-1985|
|144||15||CSP, 85 / 009, July 1985, Oakland, California / CS, 85 / 023, November 1985, Terre Haute, Indiana||1985|
|145||17||CSP, 86 / 001, February 1986, Paterson, New Jersey / CSP, 86 / 017, 9 / 86, Kansas City, Missouri||1986|
|146||18||CSP, 86 / 018, 2 / 87, Atlanta, GA / Denver, Delaware, September 13-27, 1987||1987|
|147||7||CSP, Declaw Correctional center, September 13-27, 1987 / CSP, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1-15, 1987||1987|
|V. Public Relations|
|147||6||Belfast / Clippings, 1987||1983-1987|
|148||6||Clippings, 1987 / Justice Fellowship||1975-1981|
|149||5||Media Surveys and Reports / Press Releases, 1984||1982-1988|
|150||4||Press releases, 1985 / Recommendations Report||1985-1987|
|151||4||Resources / Results Report, 2nd Quarter, 1986||1982-1986|
|152||2||Results Report, 3rs Quarter, 1986 / Results Report, 3rs Quarter, 1987||1986-1987|
|153||4||Capital Punishment / Christianity and Culture||1961-1984|
|154||3||Criminal Justice System / Gary Gilmore||1970-1987|
|155||4||Elizabeth Morgan Case / Elizabeth Morgan Case||1989|
|156||7||Parolee / Sentencing Guidelines||1970-1983|
|157||7||Chronological clippings||Oct. 1971 Jan. 1977|
|158||6||Chronological clippings||Feb. 1977 - Feb. 1978|
|159||7||Chronological clippings||Mar. 1978-Mar. 1981|
|160||6||Chronological clippings||Apr. 1981-May 1982|
|161||6||Chronological clippings||June 1982-June 1983|
|162||5||Chronological clippings||July 1983-Aug. 1984|
|163||5||Chronological clippings||Set. 1984 - Nov. 1985|
|164||5||Chronological clippings||Dec. 1985 - Sept. 1986|
|165||6||Chronological clippings||Oct. 1986- Nov. 1987|
|166||6||Chronological clippings||Jan. 1988 - Dec. 1988|
|167||18||Chronological clippings / Baptist Times||1976-1989|
|168||28||Billy Graham in Washington, DC / Christian Films||1976-1988|
|169||18||Christian Herald / Christian Today||1974-1988|
|170||26||Christian Today / Discipleship Journal||1976-1988|
|171||31||Detroit College of Law Review / Foreward-Zondervan||1974-1988|
|172||46||Fundamentalist Journal / Messenger||1974-1989|
|173||23||Metropolitan Prison Ministries / The Noel News||1976-1989|
|174||46||Northern Virginia People / Sunday Digest||1976-1989|
|175||36||Sunday School Digest / Word and Way||1974-1989|
|176||11||World and Way / Zondervan Publishing House||1976-1988|
|VII. Justice Fellowship|
|176||2||1987 Budget / 1988 Budget||1987-1988|
|177||15||Task Forces (1988 Budget / Capital Punishment: [name omitted]||1983-1988|
|178||11||Capital Punishment: [name omitted] / FL - Lobbying Registration||1985-1989|
|179||16||FL - Two year Proposal / Five Year Plan - BCA Proposal||1985-1989|
|180||9||5-Year Plan, First draft / Reports and Plans. 1st Quarter, 1987||1986-1989|
|181||12||Reports and Plans (JF) 2nd Quarter, 1987 / Victims and Offenders||1987-1989|
|182||8||Christian reflections on Restorative Justice / Second Mailing||1987-1990|
|183||10||Third RJ Mailing / Compilation of Quotes and Sources||1986-1990|
|184||8||List of Reviewers / Invitees - Initial R.J. "Mandate" development / Restorative justice visual model staff meeting||1987-1989|
|185||6||Restorative Justice Work session / Handbook 1||1988-1987|
|186||4||Drafts for Approval / RJ Handbook #1: Theory||1986-1990|
|187||7||Handbook 2: Drafts / Work session on Goal 3, Victim Assistance||1988-1990|
|188||8||RJ: Principles - Chapter I / Restorative Justice: Principles, Chapter 4||1988-1990|
|189||7||RJ Handbook #2, Strategy 1, Key research Material / RJ Handbook #2, Strategy #3, Key research Resources||1979-1989|
|190||11||Strategy #4, Principles / Chapter 3 (outlines and Drafts)||1989-1990|
|191||5||Handbook 2, Chapter 3 (Drafts) / Handbook 2, Chapter on Strategy #2||1989-1990|
|192||9||Introduction to Handbooks 3 / Program Notes, Handbook 3||1989-1990|