The BGEA retains the copyright to their materials and their permission is needed for quotation. BGEA permission is also required to copy photos, audio recordings, or films in this collection, as well as paper records in any restricted files. The Archives staff will provide the form needed to request copying permission. Paper records in files not otherwise restricted may be copied. For quotation permission, contact the BGEA at email@example.com
Folders 5-3, 6-7, 10-1, 10-6, 12-11, 12-15, 26-12, 30-5, 30-7, 38-9, 42-2, 47-2, 49-1, 50-1, 53-1 and 54-2 are closed until after the death of Dr. Billy Graham and until thirty years have passed since the date of the youngest document in the folder, whichever is the later event.
Folder 36-7 is closed until after December 31, 2003, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folder 36-6 is closed until after December 31, 2004, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folders 37-2, 37-3, 37-4, 38-2, and 40-1 are closed until after December 31, 2007, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folders 42-3, 42-4 are closed until after December 31, 2008, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folders 46-2, 46-3, 46-4, 46-5, and 47-1 are closed until after December 31, 2009, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folders 49-3 and 49-4 are closed until after December 31, 2010, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folders 51-3 and 52-4 are closed until after December 31, 2012, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folder 54-3 is closed until after December 31, 2016, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folder 22-10 is closed until after December 31, 2043, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folder 28-1 is closed until after December 31, 2045, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Folder 41-11 is closed until after December 31, 2052, except to persons with written permission from the authorized representative of the BGEA.
Full name: Grady Baxter Wilson
Birth date: August 28, 1919 in Charlotte, North CarolinaFamily:
Conversion: September 1934, during an evangelistic meeting led by Mordecai Ham in Charlotte, North Carolina. Wilson went forward at the same meeting as Billy GrahamEducation:
Death Date: October 30, 1987. Died of a heart attack in Charlotte, North Carolina
Other significant information: Wilson was one of the major leaders within the BGEA from its formation. He served as an advisor and traveling companion to Graham for decades and served as his representative or substitute at innumerable meetings, churches services and conferences.
Scope and Content
[NOTE: In the Scope and Content Description, the notation "folder 23-7" means box 23, folder 7.]
Series I: Correspondence
Date range: 1951-1987
Volume: Approximately 23 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: Worldwide
Type of documents: Personal and professional correspondence, minutes, reports, schedules, newspaper clippings, budgets, press releases, greeting cards
Correspondents: The collection contains letters from hundreds of people who corresponded with Wilson on a regular basis, in addition to many others who only wrote one time.. What follows is a select list of some of the more frequent/important correspondents. However, it is intended only as an indication of the breath of Wilson's correspondents and is very incomplete, both as to coverage (all the letters from a particular person) or personnel (persons corresponded with). The researcher will have to actually go through the files to find if it contains correspondence from a particular person or individual.Lane Adams 30-3
Subjects: Evangelistic activity in all parts of the world, especially the United States; history and development of the BGEA, Billy Graham's career as a minister and public figure, counseling, Baptist churches and missions, particularly those of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Notes: Almost every folder contained loose newspaper clippings about Billy Graham, Wilson, or a BGEA activity. These have been removed to the Archives clipping file in Collection 360.
For the time periods 1951-1956 and 1973-1975 there are only a couple (or less) folders per year. There is virtually no correspondence for 1966.
Wilson's correspondence reflects: his ministry as an evangelist and board member of the BGEA, a minister of the Southern Baptist Convention, an influential person in Evangelical and Fundamentalist circles in the North America and elsewhere in the world, and his personal and family concerns. All these topics are mixed together in practically every folder of this series. However, a majority of the material in this series relates in one way or another to the work of the BGEA. Every folder contains BGEA materials, but the contents of the following are entirely concerned with the Activities of the Association: 4-3, 4-4, 6-4, 9-2, 9-3, 11-7, 14-2, 14-3, 14-4, 16-7, 17-4, 20-12, 21-2, 22-10, 23-2, 25-2, 26-3, 26-4, 28-5, 30-5, 35-10, 36-6, 36-7, 37-2 to 37-5, 38-1, 38-2, 32-8, 42-2. 42-3, 42-4, 46-2, 46-3, 46-4, 46-5. 47-1, 47-2, 48-1, 49-3, 49-4, 51-3, 54-3, 59-4. Wilson was one of the first members of the BGEA's board of directors, a position he held the rest of his life. Many folders (such as 8-7, 9-3, 10-10, 14-3, 14-4, 19-4, 21-2, 21-10, 26-3, 37-2, 40-1, 42-3, 42-4, 46-3, 46-4, 46-5, 47-1, 47-2, 49-1, 49-3, 50-4, 52-2, 53-4, 54-3.) contain minutes of board or executive committee meetings, as well as reports to the board. Other folders contain memos or correspondence about topics to be brought before the board. In addition, Wilson served as president of Grason (World Wide Publications) for many years and was on the board of BGEA subsidiaries, such as World Wide Pictures, Blue Ridge Broadcasting, World Evangelism and Christian Education Fund and the Christian Broadcasting Association (some of the folders with correspondence related to these corporations are listed above under "correspondents"). He also served as a quasi-representative of the BGEA on the boards of other institutions, such as Gardner-Webb and LeTourneau Colleges (see above under "Correspondents"). He was also usually involved or at least informed of the activities of the BGEA's branches in other countries, such as Great Britain (26-3, 42-2) and Australia (26-3, 42-2, 42-3, 46-2, 47-1, 48-1). Apart from his work with various boards, Wilson was a long-time friend, advisor and traveling companion to Billy Graham. He often answered correspondence for Graham or filled in for him as speaker or participant in a wide variety of events. Evidence of this can be found throughout the series. There are many folders that contain nothing but correspondence about speaking invitations to Billy Graham or Grady Wilson or both. See for example folders 5-4, 10-4, 10-5, 11-8, 15-4, 15-5, 18-7, 18-8, 21-9, 23-14, 23-15, 23-16, 27-2, 30-6, 31-4, 39-5, 39-6, 39-7. Wilson also handled, especially in the early years of the BGEA, a certain percentage of general correspondence - people writing in to ask for counseling or to criticize BGEA policies (see for example folder 9-5 with its material about the criticism from Bob Jones, Sr., and others over Graham's association with non-Fundamentalists; see also the draft letter by Graham in folder 5-3 on the issue of separation from the world and criticisms made of the 1957 New York Crusade by Fundamentalists) or to ask for a theological opinion. There are many examples of this in the general correspondence in folders 1-3, 2-1, 2-2, 9-4, among others. Wilson was also, of course, an evangelist in his own right and there is a great deal of correspondence and BGEA memos that deal with city-wide, county-wide and single church meetings which he held around the world. He also often played a part in major evangelistic crusades of Billy Graham. The meetings for which there are an especially large amount of material are described in the notes to series V below. Folders 36-9 and 49-3 contain transcripts of oral histories that Wilson did with John Pollock and Lois Ferm, respectively, about his years of partnership with Billy Graham.
Because Wilson was a leader of the BGEA and the BGEA was a central institution in American Evangelicalism, Wilson received letters from hundreds of evangelists, evangelistic organizations, and parachurch organizations. Sometimes they asked for assistance of some kind, but often they just wanted to report on their activities or give their testimonies. These type and letters and reports can be found throughout this series and they provide a valuable picture of evangelism and missions in the second half of the twentieth century. Most of Wilson's correspondents were from the United States, but there was a sizable minority from other parts of the world.
Wilson was ordained as a Southern Baptist and was in frequent correspondence with Baptist pastors and denominational leaders. His participation on the Foreign Missions Board of the denomination is documented in Series II. Scattered throughout Series I are many letters to and from various state and regional Baptist associations, correspondence with Baptist missionaries (as well as others), and reports on denominational activities. See for example folders 6-3, 6-5, 8-4, 12-8, 12-12, 16-1, 19-12, 22-5, 26-5, 27-10, 33-2. 38-7, 43-3, 45-4, 50-4, 51-1, 51-3, 54-2.
Wilson was a member of a large family and he seems to have stayed in touch with a very large number of cousins, uncles, aunts, nephews and nieces, as is reflected in the letters and cards in many folders. His older brother T. W. worked closely with Billy Graham and correspondence between the brothers can be found throughout the series. T. W.'s son and Grady's nephew, Jim Wilson, was also an evangelist and there are many letters from him, especially in folders 41-12, 33-4, 45-1, 45-4, 50-3, 53-1. Folder 9-6 contains information about the death and funeral of Wilson's mother and folders 29-5, 29-6 and 29-7 contain correspondence and other material about the death and funeral of his father.
Wilson published his autobiography, Count It All Joy, in 1984. Folder 36-6 contains some notes that he apparently made while working on the project. There are references to his working on the book in several folders in boxes 51 and 52 as well as folders 53-1, 53-2, 53-3.
Folder 4-3: An extensive series of Religious News Service press releases about a variety of religious news events in May 1957. Folder 8-10: A report on a visit to many branches of the Young Men's Christian Association branches in 1958 in Europe, the Middle East, central and southeast Asia by a YMCA worker. Folder 8-10: A proposal to make a film of Pilgrim's Progress. Folder 12-11: Material on Billy Graham's interest in starting a Christian high school in North Carolina. Folder 14-6: Crusade News Service reports on day by day developments at the Second Vatican Council. Folder 26-9: Graham's memorial sermon for David Williams. Folders 33-2 and 35-11: Speeches by President William Tolbert of Liberia. Folder 37-2: Notes, apparently by Wilson, on inaccuracies in a biography of Graham's called The Gospel According to Billy. Folder 40-1: Material on the Unification Church and Rev. Moon. Folder 47-2: Graham's January 79 address to the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Folder 50-4: Graham's sermon, "The Six Hands of Jesus." Folder 50-4: Information on the funeral of Ethel Waters. Folder 54-1: Script of the World Wide Picture film Caught. Folder 54-5: Program for Wilson's funeral service on November 4, 1987.
Series II: Southern Baptist Convention Foreign Mission Board Materials
Arrangement: Chronological. Apart from the grouping of materials by year, the application do not appear to be in any particular order.
Date range: 1969-1979. Almost all of the material is from the period 1969-1972
Volume: A little over .8 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Summary of biographical information on candidate, summary of doctrinal statement of candidate, Foreign Mission Board minutes, booklets describing SBC field around the world
Subjects: Background and Christian belief of SBC missionary candidates
Notes: Most of this series consists of summaries of mission candidates' biography and personal faith. For each applicant there are several sheets that consist mostly of excerpts from their autobiographical and doctrinal statements. Apparently these sheets were given to mission board members in preparation for the board's personal interviews with candidates. The biographical material is on white pages and the doctrinal statements (which cover such topics as God and His relation to our world, life and work of Christ, Ministry of the Holy Spirit, Revelation and the Bible, the church, prayer, responsibility to a non-believer, responsibility in society) are on green pages. The green and white pages for the same individual are not together. These files provide material for an interesting group biography of Southern Baptist missionary candidates in this time period.
Folder 57-1 contains a few miscellaneous items, including minutes for one board meeting, one set of administrative committee minutes, a list of board members in 1974-1975, and booklets that describe the history and activities of SBC mission fields in South America, the Middle East, Europe, and Southeast Asia.
Series I contains many letters from individual missionaries. Correspondence with members of the board or the staff can also be found in many folders, such as 23-8, 33-2, 38-7, 38-8, 45-4, 50-3.
Series III: Address Book and Calendars
Date range: 1960-1986
Volume: Approximately .8 cubic feet
Type of documents: An address book, pocket calendars, desk calendars, executive planners
Subjects: Travel and speaking engagements of Wilson and other evangelists of the BGEA
Notes: This series consists mostly of various kind of calendars in which Wilson made brief notes about upcoming preaching or speaking engagements or other events. Occasionally there are also notes about events on Billy Graham's schedule, particularly if Wilson was traveling with him. There are also notes on purely personal activities, such as hunting trips. Entries are often only one or two words or a couple of initials. However, the calendars do give an idea, especially for the 1970s, of the busy schedule of a BGEA evangelist. Some of these books were all purpose kinds of records. For example, the book for 1962 in folder 57-3 contains addresses, lists of expenses and other information as well as a calendar. Many of the calendars in this series have only a few entries.
The address book in folder 57- 2 was apparently put together around 1973. It appears to contain entries for hundreds upon hundreds of people with whom Wilson was in contact: ministers, evangelists, business people, family, friends, the local plumber, etc. A large number of the addresses and phone numbers are outside of the United States.
Series IV: Resource Materials
Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title
Volume: Approximately 1.6 cubic feet
Type of documents: Newspaper and magazine clippings, sermon notebooks and manuscripts, speech texts.
Subjects: (There is a substantial amount of material in the files that are capitalized) Alcohol. astronauts, atheism, Bible, CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, Catholicism, children, Christ, CHRISTIAN EDUCATION, CHURCH, CIVIL RIGHTS, COMMUNISM, creation, CROSS, crime, death, DEVOTIONAL MATERIAL, discouragement, drugs, Easter, ecumenicism, education, eternal life, EVANGELISM, evolution, faith, football, freedom, Freedoms Foundation, funeral sermon, heaven, hell, HIGHWAY SAFETY, holiness, the home, illustrations, Jews, liberalism, Methodism, miscellaneous, money, MORALITY, National Council of Churches, offering appeals, Pastor's Paragraphs by William Jones, patriotism, Perspective by Richard Halverson, PHYSICAL FITNESS, politics, pornography, poverty, praise, prayer, PRAYER IN SCHOOLS, THE PARABLE OF THE PRODIGAL SON, race, second coming, sex, sin, SOCIAL ACTION, Southern Baptists, STUDENTS, success, suicide, teenagers, texts, Thanksgiving, tithing, will, WITNESSING, YOUTH.
Notes: These files consist of resource material that Wilson apparently consulted when he was working on sermons. They include clippings with quotations or statistics on various topics, as well as the text and outlines of sermons, both his own and others. The topics of the clippings are indicated above under "subjects."
The sermons include ones by Wilson himself (folders 59-14, 61-1), Woodrow Flynn (61-3), Billy Graham (61-1), Mordecai Ham (61-4), Jimmie Johnson (60-2), and Robert Webber (60-2). Many sermons, especially those in folders 61-1 and 61-5 through 62-4, are unidentified. Several of Wilson's sermons in folder 61-1 are ones he preached over the Hour of Decision radio program. Most of the sermons in this series are evangelistic in nature and cover a wide range of topics and biblical texts. One of the notebooks in folder 62-4 is labeled "book" and may contain material intended for inclusion in Wilson's book Count It All Joy. Folder 62-5 contains material intended for use in wedding sermons. Sermons and speeches appear in other places throughout the collection, such as folder 10-6 which includes, among other items, Billy Graham's address to the World Council of Church's Consultation on Evangelism in Geneva, Switzerland in 1960.
Exceptional items: Folder 60-2 also contains a 1952 article on Billy Graham by British minister Dr. Charles T. Cook. Folder 62-20 contains transcripts of interviews by Elaine Townsend with workers of Wycliffe Bible Translators in South America. This includes Mary Ruth Wise, Martha Diff, and Robert Russell working among the Amuesha Indians; Doris Anderson among the Ticuna Indians (also known as the Tucana), Wes Thiesen among the Bora Indians, Jennie Groves among the Aguaruna Indians.
Series V: Individual Crusades and Conferences
Arrangement: Chronological by date of meeting
Date range: 1958-1979
Volume: 2.1 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: Africa, Australia, Barbados, Brazil, Canada, Europe, Guam, Hong Kong, Korea Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, United States
Type of documents: Procedure manuals, correspondence, memos, newsletters, programs, budgets, statistical reports, brochures, statistics, minutes of meetings, press releases, address lists
Correspondents: Wilson, Sterling Houston, Walter Smyth, W. B. Berryman, Donald Hoke, T. W. Wilson, Stanley Mooneyham, John Dillon, Gordon Matthews, Hank Beukema
Subjects: Evangelistic work; Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Crusades and conferences for which there are folders in this section are included on the list in this guide's chronology.
Notes: This series contains materials relating to various meetings in which Wilson was involved. Series I also contains a great deal of information on other meetings, but for some reason these files had been kept together and the archivist continued that arrangement.
Most of the files are concerned with evangelistic crusades. Some of these, like the Rio crusade or the Korean crusade, were led by Billy Graham and Wilson assisted in some way. Others, like the Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, crusade or the Kuala Lumpur crusade were led by Wilson, meaning that he did the major preaching. The material in the folder for each crusade differs widely, but typically there is correspondence with the BGEA's Team office about arrangements and schedules; programs, newsletters, and other materials produced for the crusade; correspondence with members local pastors and others on the crusade executive committee, press releases about crusade events, and statistics about the attendance and results of the meeting. The folders almost never contain copies of the sermons preached. Some folders, such as 63-3 from the Africa tour, include brochures and other material Wilson apparently picked up while sightseeing.
There is also one folder of material from Explo 72, which was a conference organized by Campus Crusade for Christ and aimed at training young people in evangelism.
The series also contains some folders of material from evangelism congresses sponsored by the BGEA. These include the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism, held in Berlin (folder 63-4), the 1969 United States Congress on Evangelism, held in Minneapolis (folder 63-8), the 1970 European Congress on Evangelism (folder 64-5) and the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization, held in Lausanne (folders 66-3 and 67-1). (Several folders in Series I also have information about the Lausanne congress, including 32-3, 48-1.) These folders contain information on the programs, correspondence about arrangements, and in some cases some of the presentations that were given. The folders for the Lausanne congress also contain minutes and other documents about the planning of the event and the efforts to create a follow-up program.
In 1971 an "Honor Billy Graham Day" was held in Charlotte, North Carolina. Folder 64-8 contains a list of people who were suggested by Wilson for inclusion on the invitation list.
Series I also contains a great deal of information on individual crusades. There is some information on almost every one of Billy Graham's and Grady Wilson's crusades, even if it is only a brief mention in a letter. The events for which there is substantial information include the 1952 visit to Korea (folders 1-2, 1-4), the 1954 London Crusade (folders 3-1, 3-2, 3-3), the 1957 New York crusade (folders 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 5-1, 5-2), the 1959 Wheaton Crusade (folders 6-3, 6-7,6-8, 8-4) the 1959 Indianapolis Crusade (folders 6-13, 8-10), the 1959 crusades in several Australian and New Zealand cities (folders 9-1), the 1960 tour of several African cities (folder 10-3), the 1968 Boiling Springs, North Carolina Crusade (folder 21-9), the 1977 Swedish Crusade (folder 39-2), the 1977 Ironton-Ashland Area Crusade (folder 39-8), the 1977 Metro Manila Crusade (folder 40-3), the 1977 Gray Harbor Crusade in Aberdeen, Washington (folder 36-11), the 1977 Asheville Crusade (folder 36-12), the 1979 Central Louisiana Crusade of Alexandria, Louisiana (folder 46-1), the 1979 Darke County Crusade of Greenville, Ohio (folder 47-4), the 1980 Central Indiana Crusade (folder 49-1), the 1980 Japan tour (folder 49-1), the 1981 BJC Area Wide Crusade of Commerce, Georgia (folders 51-1, 51-2), the 1982 Franklin County Crusade (folder 50-4), and the 1986 International Conference of Itinerant Evangelists held in Amsterdam (folder 54-2).
Exceptional items: Folder 65-5 contains an English text of the 1972 inaugural speech of South Korean president Park Chung Hee.
The materials in this collection were deposited in the Archives of the Billy Graham Center by Billy Graham Evangelistic Association in December 1987 and September 1989.
Accession: 87-150, 87-158, 89-96July 3, 1997
Christland (OS31) Architectural drawing for Christland, which was apparently intended to be a park which recreated the Holy Land of Jesus' time, including Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Ca. 1955. Additional information on this project is in folder 3-4.
Posters, 1949-1975, n.d. (OS31) Nine posters of various sizes from Wilson's and/or Billy Graham's evangelistic crusades and other occasions. Includes posters from 1949 Cynthiana, 1950 Atlanta, 1951 Fort Worth, 1957 New York, 1959 Perth Australia, and 1975 Hong Kong Crusades.
Phonograph Record Covers (OS31) - Scrapbook of the front and in some cases the back covers of dozens of phonograph records put out by RCA Victor. Almost all the covers are for records whose content are entirely or partially religious. Several are made up entirely or in part by contributions from BGEA staff members or people associated with the BGEA, such as Billy Graham, George Beverly Shea, Cliff Barrows and Stuart Hamblen. No date, but ca. 1964.
Scrapbook 1 (Non-Fragile Storage) - Topics: September 1966 wire service story that appeared in many newspapers about Wilson's Harlan County Crusade in Harlan, Kentucky.
Scrapbook 2 (Non-Fragile Storage) - Topics: 1969 Gulf Coast Crusade, Cherryville, NC (including photos of a hurricane that struck during the crusade); 1975 Central Alabama Crusade, Montgomery, Alabama.
Scrapbook 3 (Non-Fragile Storage) - Topics: 1970 Cherryville Tri-County Crusade, Cherryville, North Carolina; Greater Reidsville Crusade, Reidsville, North Carolina; Foothills Crusade for Christ, Lenoir, North Carolina.
Scrapbooks #4 (Non-Fragile Storage) - Topics: 1970 Northern Wyoming Crusade, Sheridan, Wyoming; 1971 Greater Chicago Crusade, Chicago, Illinois, the Haymaker fifth wedding anniversary (July 27, 1971), 1971 Greater Green County Crusade for Christ, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania; Southside Virginia Crusade for Christ, Petersburg, Virginia; Honor Billy Graham Day, Charlotte, North Carolina (October 15, 1971); 1972 Pee Dee Area Crusade, Florence, South Carolina; Gordon Matthew's evangelistic work in the Barbados in 1971; 1972 Grady Wilson Crusade in Barbados; 1972 Tri-State United Crusade, Steubenville, Ohio; Key '73 crusade rallies at various sites; 1973 Guam Crusade, Agana, Guam; 1973 Korea Crusade, Seoul, Korea.
Scrapbook 5 (Non-Fragile Storage) - Topics: 1974 New Zealand Crusades; 1974 Fayette County Crusade, Uniontown, Pennsylvania; 1975 Mississippi Crusade, Jackson, Mississippi; 1975 Danville Area Crusade, Danville, VA; 1975 Taipei Crusade, Taipei, Taiwan; 1975 Tidewater Virginia Crusade, Norfolk & Hampton, Virginia; Grady Wilson Day (November 24, 1974).
BGEA: BARBADOS, JANUARY 1958. Scenes from the crusade, including pictures of Grady Wilson and Billy Graham preaching, crowd shots in daytime and at night, George Beverly Shea singing, a luncheon for local dignitaries. 36 b&w.
CITY RESCUE MISSIONS. Jimmie Strout (sp?) in front of a glass case with a Bible at the Memphis Union Mission ca. 1957. 1 b & w.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, 1970s. Graham at the dedication ceremony of historical marker in Tampa, Florida, marking the spot when he decided to become a preacher. March 1979. (See press release in folder 48-1) 1 color.
JOHNSON, LYNDON. Johnson, with his wife, Billy Graham, Grady Wilson and George Wilson at the Houston crusade. November 28, 1965. 1 b & w.
PIERCE, ROBERT. Pierce with Billy Graham, Grady Wilson and a Korean family during Graham's 1952 trip to Korea.
WILSON, GRADY. Portrait photos and candid shots of Wilson; a picture of him preaching, possibly in Kuala Lumpur in January 1969; series of photos of Wilson during an E. B. Toles evangelistic meeting, including billboards for the meeting, Wilson standing and sitting reading his Bible, and with another man, possibly Toles. 4 b & w, 8 color.
|Box||First Folder/Last Folder (Number of folders in box)|
|3||London Crusade 1954 / For Billy Graham, 1956 (7)|
|4||January-February 1957 / June 1957 (5)|
|5||July 1957 / Cn; 1958-1960 (13)|
|6||Da; 1958-1960 / Indianapolis 1958-1960 (14)|
|7||1958-1960 / Sg 1958-1960(16)|
|8||Sn, 1958-1960 / 1959 (11)|
|9||1959/ Correspondence-Personal, 1959 (7)|
|10||Correspondence 1960 / B, 1962 (10)|
|11||Correspondence C, 1962 / Q, 1962 (17)|
|12||R, 1962 / H, 1963 (16)|
|13||Invitations Completed- Grady Wilson, 1963-1964 / XYZ, 1963 (16)|
|14||A, 1964 / G, 1964 (10)|
|15||Grason; 1964-1966 / Mc, 1965 (9)|
|16||M, 1965 / XYZ, 1965 (15)|
|17||A, 1967 / F, 1967 (10)|
|18||G, 1967 / L, 1967 (11)|
|19||Leighton Ford Crusades, 1967 / S 1967 (12)|
|20||T, 1967 / C, 1968 (13)|
|21||D, 1968/Mc, 1968 (13)|
|22||M, 1968/Z, 1968 (13)|
|23||B, 1969/ Invitations 1969 (16)|
|24||J, 1969/ Radio and television 1966-1969 (16)|
|25||S 1969/ Announcements and Invitations 1970 (12)|
|26||B 1970/H 1970 (13)|
|27||I 1970/P 1970 (13)|
|28||Personal 1970/Schedules 1970 (5)|
|29||T 1970/T.W. Wilson Sr. Funeral, 1970 (7)|
|30||Y 1970/F 1971 (11)|
|31||G, 1971/ L, 1971 (8)|
|32||Mc, 1971/Schedules, 1971 (8)|
|33||T, 1971/E, 1972 (13)|
|34||F, 1972/J, 1972 (6)|
|35||K, 1972/ T 1972 (11)|
|36||U, 1972/ Asheville Crusade, 1977 (12)|
|37||B, 1977/BGEA: Press releases, 1977 (5)|
|38||BGEA: Team Schedules, 1977/ G 1977 (9)|
|39||Gardner-Webb 1977/ L 1977 (11)|
|40||M 1977/P 1977 (7)|
|41||R 77/Z 77 (14)|
|42||A-B, 78/BGEA, 1978 (4)|
|43||BGEA expenses, 1978/H-J, 1978 (4)|
|44||K-M, 1978/S-T, 1978 (4)|
|45||T-Z, 1978/ 1979 (4)|
|46||A-B, 1979/BGEA, 1979 (5)|
|47||BGEA, 1979/G-J, 1979 (4)|
|48||K-O, 1979/T-Z, 1979 (3)|
|49||1980/BGEA, 1980 (4)|
|50||L-R, 1980/1981-1982 (4)|
|53||1983-1984/ BGEA Employee Handbook, 1985 (4)|
|54||Caught Screenplay, 1985/1987 (5)|
|55||Missionary Applicants 1969/Missionary Applicants 1970 (5)|
|56||Missionary Applicants 1971/Missionary Applicants 1972 (6)|
|57||Southern Baptist Foreign Mission Board Materials, 1975-1979/Calendars 1960,1962,1968 (3)|
|58||Calendars 1970, 1972, 1973/Calendars 1976, 1978 (3)|
|59||Calendars 1979-1981, 1984-1986/Liberals (39)|
|60||Methodism/Sermons File (6)|
|61||Sermons 1950-1985/Sermon Notebook N.D. (6)|
|62||Sermon Notebook, 1975, N.D./Youth (21)|
|63||San Francisco, 1958/United States Congress on Evangelism, 1969 (8)|
|64||Cherryville, North Carolina, 1970/Florence, South Carolina, 1972 (10)|
|65||Barbados, 1972/Andalusa, Alabama, 1973 (9)|
|66||New Zealand, 1974 /International Congress of World Evangelization, 1974 (3)|
|67||International Congress of World Evangelization, 1974/Atlantic crusades, 1979 (7)|