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BGEA: Papers of Cliff Barrows - Collection 622


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Table of Contents

Title Page and Restrictions

Brief Description of This Collection

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

Biography

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)
    I. Paper Records
      A. Crusade Files
      B. Other BGEA Files
    II. Audio Visual materials

Lists of Audio Tapes, Oversize Materials, Phonograph Records, Photo Albums, Photographs, Slides, and Video Tapes in This Collection (Location Records)

    Audio Tapes
    Oversize Materials
    Phonograph Records
    Photo Albums
    Photographs
    Slides
    Video tapes

List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Box List)
    A. Crusade Files
    B. Other BGEA Files

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Collection 622                                                                                                      [August 12, 2013]
BGEA: Barrows, Cliff ; 1923-
Papers; 1945-2000, n.d.
12 DC, Audio Recordings, Oversize Materials, Phonograph Records, Photograph Albums, Photographs, Slides, Video (6.5 cubic feet)


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

Correspondence to or from Billy Graham is closed during his lifetime. This correspondence has been temporarily removed form folders where it was found and replaced with a sheet listing what was removed.

Organizational records in the BGC Archives are closed to researchers until they are ten years old. Therefore the following files in this collection are closed:

Until January 1, 2008: Folders 3-20, 4-14, 4-17, 4-19
Until January 1, 2009: Folders 1-4, 3-23, 5-7
Until January 1, 2010: Folders 2-15, 5-2, 12-2
Until January 1, 2011: Folders 2-18, 3-13, 5-17

Brief Description. Correspondence, reports, audio recordings, and other materials relating to Barrows’ activities as one of the most senior executives of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Most of the materials relate to his activities as director of music and master of ceremonies for almost all of Billy Graham’s evangelistic meetings. Other files relate to his direction of the BGEA’s radio and movie programs.


Biography

Full name

Clifford Burton Barrows; generally known as “Cliff”

Birth

April 6, 1923 in Ceres, California

Family

 

Parents

Charles Tilson and Harriet M. Barrows

 

Siblings

Four, all younger

 

Marital Status

1. Wilma “Billie” Newell, 1945-1994 (deceased)
2. Ann Prince, 1995-

 

Children

 Bonnie, Robert, Betty Ruth, Clifford (Bud), William Burton

Conversion

At the age of eleven in church, when the pastor preached on the Bible verse John 3:16

Ordination

1944, ordained a Baptist minister in at the First Baptist Church in Ceres, California

Education

  1940 Graduated Ceres Union High School, Ceres, California

 

1944

Graduated from Bob Jones University with a A.B. in Sacred Music and Shakespearean Drama

Career

 

Late 1930s

Received call to full-time Christian service in music while in high school

 

1940s?

Served as song leader for evangelist Jack Shuler at several of his meetings

 

1944-1945

Assistant pastor, Temple Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

 

1945-1948

Youth for Christ evangelist and song leader; traveled throughout North America and the United Kingdom. From 1946 on he usually worked with Billy Graham

 

1945

He and his newlywed wife were attending a Youth for Christ rally in Asheville, North Carolina, where Billy Graham was speaking. The scheduled song leader and piano player was not able to attend and the Barrows filled in, beginning a close life-long association with Graham. He served as music director, song leader and master of ceremonies at almost all of Graham’s evangelistic meetings.

 

1948-1950

Began serving exclusively as the music director for Billy Graham meetings

 

1950-

Member and officer of the board of directors of the BGEA since its incorporation. He was one of the leading and best known members of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) from its formation, particularly concerned in its film and radio work, but involved in the planning of all aspects of the Association’s ministry. He was program director of the Hour of Decision radio program from its begriming in 1950.

 

1965-1970

President of World Wide Pictures, the film arm of the BGEA

Other significant information

 

1968

Received honorary doctoral degree from John Brown University, Siloam Springs, Arkansas, USA

 

1982

The auditorium at the Billy Graham Center of Wheaton College, in Wheaton, Illinois, USA, was named Barrows Auditorium in his honor.

 

1986

In August had acoustic neuroma surgery that resulted in deafness in the left ear. He was unable to attend the two evangelistic crusades in the fall of that year but then resumed his duties as music director.

 

1988

Inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee, USA

 

1996

Inducted into the Religious Broadcasting Hall of Fame during the February meeting of National Religious Broadcasters

  2008 Inducted into the Hall of Faith of the Conference of Southern Baptist Evangelists

 

 

Was the compiler of many hymn books of evangelistic songs, some of which were prepared for specific BGEA evangelistic campaigns




Scope and Content

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

Series: I. Paper Records
Subseries: A. Crusade Files B. Other BGEA Files
Date Range: 1945-2000
Volume: 4.8 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-12
Geographic coverage: United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Africa, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Philippines, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan
Type of documents: Correspondence, programs for evangelistic services, memos, minutes, reports, brochures, comic books, blueprints, statistics, itineraries, lists
Subjects: History of the development of the BGEA’s worldwide ministry; evangelistic use of music, mass meetings, radio, television; Evangelical Protestantism in the United States and other countries in the last half of the 20th century; the early history of Youth for Christ

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Subseries: I. A. Crusade Files
Arrangement: The files are divided into North American crusades and international crusades and within each group are arranged chronologically by the date of the meeting.
Date Range: 1945-2000
Volume: 3.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-9
Correspondents: John Akers, Cliff Barrows, Bill Brown, Werner Burlin, Blair Carlson, F. Roy Cattell, Irv Chambers, John Corts, Robert Ferm, Leighton Ford, Billy Graham, Kyung Chik Han, Henry Holley, Don Hustad, Billy Kim, Paul Little, John Pollock, David Rennie, Cliff Richards, Maurice Rowlandson, Peter Schneider, Harvey Thomas, Evie Tornquist, Larry Turner, John Wesley White, Bob Williams.

Notes: These files contain Barrows’ notes for the different services of each evangelistic campaign, indicating the music, the performers, special guests, etc. Any file in this subseries might have copies of the programs for each service showing the special guest speakers and musicians, songs and music used, with a few words about them, sometimes also newsletters, statistics, other fact sheets, press releases, and relevant clippings. The files become more complete the more recent they are. Often the early files have very little. The folders for international crusades usually contain much more material than those for North American meetings. Often the international files have correspondence, reports on preparation and planning, etc.

This section also has folders on international conferences which the BGEA sponsored and which Barrows helped plan and lead, especially in regard to music. There are files for the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism (Berlin), the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization (Lausanne, Switzerland), the 1983 International Conference of Itinerant Evangelists (Amsterdam), the 1986 International Conference of Itinerant Evangelists, the 1994 North American Conference for Itinerant Evangelists (Louisville, United States), and Amsterdam 2000 conference.

Exceptional items:
●The Miscellaneous folder in Oversize drawer 1 contains many layouts from crusade services in different parts of the world, showing how the speaker’s platform was set up, the location of the choir, how crowd movement was controlled.
●Folder 1-1 contains handbills from various Youth for Christ events which Barrows participated in and some documents from the tour of English churches that he made with Billy Graham in late 1946 and early 1947. There is also the transcript of 1982 interview of Barrows by James Collier and others in which he talked about the 1946-1947 trip and the early days of the Billy Graham Evangelistic team, including the so-called, “Modesto Manifesto.”
●Folder 2-7 has a plan for the orientation program for seminary students, intending to give them experience in evangelism that they could later apply in their churches. This program developed into the BGEA’s Schools of Evangelism.
●Folder 3-5 contains a report on a children’s meeting which Barrows led. Children’s meetings were one of Barrows’ specialities in the early BGEA campaigns.
●Folder 3-16 contains maps and postcards from the Billy Graham Pavilion at the 1964-1965 World’s Fair as well as other information.
●Folder 3-17 contains statistics on those who came forward at the New York Crusade (1957) meetings, broken down by occupation. This was an uncommon type of statistic for the BGEA. There is also a report on the BGEA’s coffee house ministry during the crusade which was aimed at young urban adults.
●Folder 4-11 contains several handmade thank you cards and notes from members of choirs led by Barrows. See also folder 12-5 and 12-6.
●Folder 5-3 has the text of a tribute to George Beverly Shea.
●Folder 5-13 contains planning materials, newspaper clippings and other materials from the BGEA evangelistic rallies Germany (Berlin), France, and Scandinavia in 1954.
●Folder 5-14 has a great deal of information on the preparation in several countries of the 1960 African tour, itineraries, and the copies of the stories written by journalist Tom McMahan.
●Folder 5-15 through 5-7 contain plans for the plenary sessions of the 1983, 1986 and 2000 Amsterdam conferences, including lists of musicians and plenary speakers.
●Folder 6-2 contains material relating to the 1966 Berlin congress, including minutes of the planning committee, material from Clyde Taylor and Billy Graham on the congress given out beforehand, correspondence about a film of the meeting.
●Folder 6-3 contains material from the 1959 Australian Evangelistic campaigns, including travel plans and arrangements, publications, brochures on the Schools of Evangelism which were held.
●Folder 6-6 has material from the 1974 crusade in Rio de Janiero, including reports on the preparations made by Henry Holley and the School of Evangelism.
●Folder 6-7 contains letters from Roy Cattell about plans for the meeting in 1955 meeting in London, England, including extensive plans for the use of cable television (called land lines) to pipe the meetings to other locations.
●Folder 7-2 has documents about the praise rallies that Barrows led in different parts of England in 1984.
●Folder 7-5 contains reports on the preparations being made in Helsinki for the meetings held there in 1987.
●Folder 7-10 through 7-12 have extensive information on the preparations for the Euro ‘70 meetings held in Dortmund, Germany.
●Folder 8-2 contains clippings from Hong Kong newspapers, with English translations, about the meetings Graham held there in 1990 and information about the honorary doctorate the evangelist received from Hong Kong Baptist University.
●Folder 8-3 has the official invitation to Graham for the 1977 visit to Hungary and various reports on the meetings there.
●Folder 8-4 contains Graham’s statement from his arrival at the airport during the 1989 Hungary visit.
●Folder 8-5 has a transcript of Barrows’ report to the BGEA Team about the 1972 Nagaland crusade, a very significant meeting for the participants. (See also tape T1)
●Folder 8-8 includes surveys of Japan in preparation for the 1980 meetings there and other background information.
●Folder 8-10 has a report by John Wesley White about the 1973 meetings in South Korea. The folder also has correspondence from Billy Kim.
●Folder 8-12 contains various documents from Mission World, an attempt in the early 1990s to hold simultaneous meetings, via television, in many countries around the world.
●Folder 9-1 contains reports from John Pollock among others on Graham’s 1978 visit to Poland. Also in the folder are Graham’s statement upon arrival, a script of television special about the visit, and translations of articles in Polish papers about Graham’s meetings.
●Folder 9-5 contains material from British rock star and prominent Christian Cliff Richards. See also folder 12-13.
●Folder 9-8 contains material about the 1974 Lausanne congress, including Barrows comments on the music.
●Folder 9-10 contains documents about Graham’s 1966 Christmas visit to Vietnam to visit the American troops there. Also in the folder are pamphlets of the US government, describing the purpose of American intervention there.

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Subseries: I. B. Other BGEA Files
Arrangement: Divided into three groups: Hour of Decision radio Program, World Wide Pictures, and General. Within each group, folders are arranged alphabetically by significant word.
Date Range: 1945-1999
Volume: 1.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 9-12
Geographic coverage: United States, Australia, Canada, Czechoslovakia, France, New Zealand, Philippines, Spain.
Type of documents: Letters, reports, sermons, memoes, articles, programs, comic books
Correspondents: Donald Bailey, David Barr, Charles Barrows, L. Nelson Bell, Walter F. Bennett, William B. Berryman, F. Carlton Booth, Bill Brown, Blair Carlson, Ralph Carmichael, Johnny Cash, Michael Cassidy, Kenneth Chafin, George Clark, James Collier, John Corts, A. Jack Dain, Peter Deyneka Jr., Ted Dienert, John Dillon, Allen Emery Jr., Ted Engstrom, Theodore Epp, Tony Evans, Paul Freed, Bill Gaither, Billy Graham, Franklin Graham, Brandt Gustavson, Alexander Haraszti, Redd Harper, Jerome Hines, Don Hustad, Josip Horak, Sterling Huston, Fred Jacobson, Billy Kim, Paul Little, Harry Liu, Horst Marquardt, Bob McLaughlin, David McNee, Kenneth McVety, Joseph Nagy, Richard M. Nixon, Luis Palau, Pam Roswell, Maurice Rowlandson, Peter Schneider, George Beverly Shea, Tedd Smith, Walter Smyth, Joni Eareckson Tada, Corrie ten Boom, Strom Thurmond, Evie Tornquist, Ethel Waters, W. Marvin Watson, George Wilson, Grady Wilson, T.W. Wilson

Notes: These are a more or less miscellaneous selection of files which deal with other aspects of Barrows’ responsibility at the BGEA, particularly the Hour of Decision radio program, and World Wide Pictures films, of which he was president for several years

Exceptional items:
Materials relating to the Hour of Decision (HOD) radio program
Folder 9-11 contains texts of sermons by several BGEA evangelists. Most seem to be by Leighton Ford, but there are also some by Lane Adams and Roy Gustafson. It is not clear if any are by Billy Graham. Almost all of the sermons were for the BGEA’s HOD program and many seemed to have been prepared by Ford for broadcast in Canada. Among the topics covered are Easter, revival, the 23rd psalm, Christian witnessing or sharing of the Gospel, heaven, the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Communism vs Christianity, the modern moral crisis, and the return of Christ
Folder 10-1 has a brochure form 1954 celebrating the four year anniversary of the HOD.
Folder 10-2 includes a proposal from the BGEA’s publicity firm, Walter F. Bennett and Company, for an expansion of HOD into foreign and foreign language broadcasting around the world. Other plans for HOD broadcasts in different languages can be found in folders 10-4 through 10-7. Folder 10-7 contains the result of a survey of attendees at a Latin American evangelism congress in Cali, Colombia, in 1959 about the desirability of a HOD Spanish broadcast.
Folder 10-3 contains Correspondence between Barrows and A. Jack Dain and William Berryman about various radio and television possibilities in Australia. The folder also contains Barrows’ report on his visit to Australia and New Zealand to visit BGEA supporters in 1971.

Material relating to World Wide Pictures (WWP)
Folder 10-8 contains several WWP film catalogs and a manual on how to prepare for a WWP film premiere.
Folder 10-9 has copies of the bylaws and articles of incorporation of WWP.
●Folders 10-10 and 10-11 have correspondence and reports on the use of WWP films outside of the United States and Europe. There are letters from Charles Barrows, father of Cliff Barrows, about possibilities for the use of film in the Philippines
●Folder 11-1 has material on the very early history of Great Commission films and the BGEA film ministry, as well as more general correspondence about the production and distribution of WWP films,

General
●Folder 11-2 contains correspondence about the negotiations for Johnny Cash’s film, Gospel Road, and letters from Bill Brown to Billy Graham about the film The Hiding Place.
Folder 11-4 holds articles by and about Barrows that reflect his philosophy of the use of music in evangelism, his discussion of his operation in 1986 and his early years in evangelism, before his association with Billy Graham. See also folders 12-10, 12-11, and 12-12.
Folder 11-5 has a letter from Johnny Cash showing his appreciation of Barrows’ ministry to him.
Folder 11-6 to 11-8 contain comics produced by the BGEA in the early 1950s. These were given away at children’s meetings and on other occasions. Barrows serves as the narrator in them of familiar Bible stories and the comics probably reflect Barrows own presentation of these stories at evangelistic meetings.
Folder 11-9 includes correspondence from Josip Horak and others about results from Barrows and other BGEA staff’s visit to Yugoslavia in 1967.
Folder 11-11contains correspondence about the planning of the 1974 Lausanne congress.
Folder 12-1 contains documents about the BGEA’s relationship to the 1989 Lausanne II congress, held in Manila, Philippines, and reports on feedback from Barrows’ visit to Czechoslovakia some years earlier.
Folder 12-3 contains information about soloist Myrtle Halls’ participation in many BGEA crusades.
Folder 12-7 contains various miscellaneous items from early in the BGEA’s history, including texts of talks by Graham on “Peace vs. Chaos” and “Do We Need the Old-Time religion?” and a brochure for sermons Graham gave in Hawthorne, New Jersey in 1945
●Folder 12-14 proposals from Jimmie Baker and other for other Billy Graham radio programs besides the Hour of Decision.
Folder 12-16 contains letters to and from soloist and actress Ethel Waters about her participation in BGEA meetings.
Folder 12-17 has programs from the community sings Barrows led in Wheaton at the Billy Graham Center.

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Series: II Audiovisual Materials
Arrangement: Chronological
Date Range: 1947-1996
Volume: 1.756
Type of documents: Phonograph records and audio tapes of evangelistic music and sermons, radio programs; photos of evangelistic campaigns and related activities; video of a memorial service for Billie Barrows; scrapbook of newspaper clippings
Notes: More detailed descriptions of individual items can be found in the location records in this guide.

Provenance

The materials in this collection were deposited in the Archives of the Billy Graham Center by Rev. Barrows’ office in the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, 1995-2003.

Accession: 95-33, 97-56, 98-12, 98-51 00-06, 03-07, 03-24, 03-46, 03-61 
March 20, 2007
Bob Shuster
K. Hayward


LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 98-51, 03-46
Type of Material: Audio Tapes
The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE file.
Item# - Reel or cassette, speed, length, number of sides, contents (title of session, participants) according to the program, date.

 #

R / C

Speed

Length

Sides

Contents

Dates

T1

C

--

30

2

Cliff Barrows reporting informally, probably to his wife, on events that led up to the Billy Graham and his associates deciding to hold a crusade in Nagaland, India.

1972

T2

R

7.5

30

1

Four episodes in the Prayertime radio program, broadcast in the Albuquerque, New Mexico, area. Cliff Barrows leads a Bible study in the book of Philippians. Each program is about 7.5 minutes.

1975

T3

R

7.5

30

1

Four episodes, including conclusion, in the Prayertime radio program, broadcast in the Albuquerque, New Mexico, area. Cliff Barrows leads a Bible study in the book of Philippians. Each program is about 7.5 minutes

1975

T4

C

--

--

--

Cliff Barrows informally reporting on the BGEA meetings in East Germany and Czechoslovakia after his return to his home in South Carolina.

1982

T5

C

--

--

1

Cliff Barrows informally reporting (while visiting the grave of Dawson Trotman in Colorado) on the BGEA meetings in Budapest, Hungary.

August 5, 1989

T6

C

--

--

2

Responses of Cliff Barrows to a list of questions from W. Lyndel Vaught for an article in The Church Musician magazine. He discusses his experiences in evangelism, particularly in relation to evangelistic music and his personal reflections on his ministry.

Sept. 1990


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 98-12, 00-06
Type of material: Oversize Materials
The following items are in the OVERSIZE FILE. Request by collection number and folder location (in parentheses).


MISCELLANEOUS; 1948-1985. OVERSIZE (OS7 )

Full page newspaper ad from The Modesto Bee for a United Crusade for Christ. The tent is called Canvas Cathedral and Billy Graham, Cliff and Billie Barrows, and George Beverly Shea are featured. October 22, 1948.

Poster announcing the availability of the Billy Graham Campaign Songs / Singing Evangelism hymn book, compiled by Cliff barrows, used by Billy Graham, Cliff Barrows, and George Beverly Shea. Poster also mentioned the Hour of Decision television program on the ABC network. Poster is 46.5" x 17.5". Green with white lettering, with photos of Graham, Barrows, Shea, and the hymn book. Ca. Early 1950s.

Architect’s plan of the Reichsportfeld in Berlin, Germany. Plan is in color and shows the stadium as well as well as the roads and grounds around it. 16 ½" x 23 1/4”. Ca. 1954. Billy Graham held a rally in stadium in June 1954. From folder 5-13.

Large booklet, with a golden cover, of articles about the Billy Graham Southern Piedmont Crusade in Greenville, South Carolina. The booklet was printed and perhaps prepared by The Greenville News newspaper. The articles in the booklet may be reprints of articles from the newspaper. 11 1/4" x 15". March 1966.

Layout for a Public Meeting at Earl’s Court (Billy Graham). Ground floor. June-July 1966. B&w. Earl’s Court is In London, England. From folder 6-6.

Layout for a Public Meeting at Earl’s Court (Billy Graham). First and Second Mezz. Floor. June-July 1966. B&w. 20" x 29 ½”. Earl’s Court is in London, England. From folder 6-6.

Layout of a stadium in Tokyo, with captions in Japanese. There are some handwritten sketches and notes in English, showing the location for the crusade platform. 20 1/4" x 21 1/4". Ca. 1967. From folder 8-7.

Layout of Carisborrk Ground in Dunedin, New Zealand, the site of a BGEA evangelistic meeting. B&w. 20 1/4" x 25 1/4". Ca. 1969.

Bestuhlungsplan Westfalenhalle. Layout of the stadium in Dortmund, Germany used during the Euro 70 meetings. Platforms used during the meetings are printed on the plan. B&w. 22 3/4" x 28 1/4". Ca. 1970. From folder 7-13.

Glas Koncila. An apparently Catholic paper from Yugoslavia which includes some coverage of the Euro 70 meetings.

Poster announcing “Billy Graham on Television / The Hour of Decision World Wide Telecast” Red, black, and white. Text describes the broadcasts and also mentions the visits of the BGEA music team in May and the Metro Manila Billy Graham Crusade in November. 16" x 21 3/4". 1977. From folder 8-16.

Proclamation by Wheaton College naming the auditorium of the Billy Graham Center after Cliff Barrows. Proclamation is 11" x 14", has a purple and gold border, with red and black lettering and a gold college seal. It is signed by the president, J. Richard Chase, and the chairman of the board, Delburt H. Nelson. September 18, 1982.

Printed map of Asia, copyrighted by the American Map Company. Color. Drawn on the map are lines showing the general coverage of broadcasts of the Mission World meetings. 30" x 41½". Ca. 1984. From folder 9-9.

Poster for Mission Praise / An Evening with Cliff Barrows and the Mission England Choir. Poster is 12.5" x 17.75". Black and white, with most of the poster taken up with a picture of Barrows directing a choir. 1985.


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 00-06, 03-46
Type of material: Phonograph Records
The following items are located in the PHONOGRAPH RECORD FILE:

 #

Size

Speed

Min. per side

Record Producer

Contents

Date

P1

10"

78

--

--

Side 1: “Every Time I Feel the Spirit” BG-101A Cliff Barrows, George B. Shea [2 copies]

1950

Side 2: “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” BG-101B Cliff Barrows, George B. Shea

P2

10"

78

--

BGEA

Side 1: Photo of Graham on Capitol steps in Washington, D.C., audio side. This is a paper record, created by the BGEA and distributed to its supporters.

1952

Side 2: Billy Graham’s historic meeting on the steps of the Capitol, photo of podium and listening crowd

P3

10"

78

--

BGEA

Side 1: Seasons’s Greetings from Billy Graham and the entire Team and Staff “Christmas Carols” Tedd Smith, Paul Mickelson. This is a paper record, created by the BGEA and distributed to its supporters. Picture of the Magi in the desert, looking at the Christmas Star.

12/1952

Side 2: “Wonderful Peace” Cliff Barrows, Hour of Decision Choir. Picture of a small town at night surrounded by a wreath.

P4

10"

78

--

BGEA

Side 1: “Billy Graham speaks on “The Loneliness of Despair” Billy Graham. This is a paper record, created by the BGEA and distributed to its supporters. Pictures of Grady Wilson, Jerry Beaven, Tedd Smith, Paul Mickelson, Willis Haymaker, George Wilson, Bev Shea, Billy Graham, Cliff Barrows with caption “The Billy Graham Team.”

1953

Side 2: “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” Bev Shea. Pictures of Pres. Eisenhower, the United States Capitol building in Washington, DC, the American flag, and the Bible; caption reads “BGEA presents the Hour of Decision in History America has made its Decision Dwight D. Eisenhower Inaugurated 34th President of the United States Jan 20, 1953 Remember our President in Prayer.”

P5

10"

78

--

BGEA

Side 1: Picture of Syngman Rhee and Billy Graham. Caption reads: “Taken in the South Korean President’s Home, Christmas, 1952, and the Statue of Liberty, quotes from Syngman Rhee.” This is a paper record, created by the BGEA and distributed to its supporters.

1953

Side 2: “Let Freedom Ring” Billy Graham. Drawings of the American and Christian flags, excerpts from the Declaration of Independence, “BGEA presents another Hour of Decision in History Let Freedom Ring Billy Graham’s July 4th, 1953, message given at Dallas, Texas, Life Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness”

P6

10"

78

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “Blessed Assurance.” RR.551. Cliff Barrows, Greater London Crusade Choir. This record is part of a boxed set entitled Souvenir Box of four records By the Billy Graham Greater London Crusade Choir conducted by Cliff Barrows.

1954

Side 2: “The Lord’s My Shepherd.” RR.551. Cliff Barrows, Greater London Crusade Choir.

P7

10"

78

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “Nearer, Still Nearer.” RR.552 Cliff Barrows, Greater London Crusade Choir. This record is part of a boxed set entitled Souvenir Box of four records By the Billy Graham Greater London Crusade Choir conducted by Cliff Barrows.

1954

Side 2: “Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah.” RR.552. Cliff Barrows, Greater London Crusade Choir.

P8

10"

78

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “Divine.” .RR.533. Cliff Barrows, Greater London Crusade Choir. This record is part of a boxed set entitled Souvenir Box of four records By the Billy Graham Greater London Crusade Choir conducted by Cliff Barrows.

1954

Side 2: “The Lord’s Prayer.” RR.553. Cliff Barrows, Greater London Crusade Choir.

P9

10"

78

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “To God Be The Glory.” RR.554. Cliff Barrows, Greater London Crusade Choir. This record is part of a boxed set entitled Souvenir Box of four records By the Billy Graham Greater London Crusade Choir conducted by Cliff Barrows.

1954

Side 2: “He Leadeth Me.” RR.554. Cliff Barrows, Greater London Crusade Choir.

P10

10"

78

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “Blessed Assurance,” “Lead Me Gently Home,” “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring,” “Ye Gates Lift Up Your Heads.” BG/33/1 RLP.101. George Beverly Shea, Paul Mickelson, Tedd Smith, Greater London Crusade Choir, All-Scotland Crusade Choir. This record came in a record sleeve, title “Blessed Assurance Souvenir Record of the Billy Graham Greater London and All-Scotland Crusades.”

1955

Side 2: “To God be the Glory,” “Fairest Lord Jesus,” Lord, I’m Coming Home,” “Just As I Am.” BG/33/2 RLP.101. George Beverly Shea, Paul Mickelson, Tedd Smith, Greater London Crusade Choir, All-Scotland Crusade Choir.

P11

10"

33 1/3

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “Wonderful Grace of Jesus.” RR.1101. Cliff Barrows, All-Scotland Crusade Choir. This record is part of a boxed set entitled Souvenir Box of four records By the Billy Graham All-Scotland Crusade Choir conducted by Cliff Barrows.

1955

Side 2: “Great Is Thy Faithfulness.” RR.1101. Cliff Barrows, All-Scotland Crusade Choir.

P12

10"

78

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “My Anchor Holds.” RR.1102. Cliff Barrows, All-Scotland Crusade Choir. This record is part of a boxed set entitled Souvenir Box of four records By the Billy Graham All-Scotland Crusade Choir conducted by Cliff Barrows. [2 copies.]

1955

Side 2: “What Did He Do?” RR.1102. Cliff Barrows, All-Scotland Crusade Choir.

P13

10"

78

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “Ye Gates Lift Up Your Heads.” RR.1103. Cliff Barrows, All-Scotland Crusade Choir. This record is part of a boxed set entitled Souvenir Box of four records By the Billy Graham All-Scotland Crusade Choir conducted by Cliff Barrows. [2 copies]

1955

Side 2: “Lead Me Gently Home.” RR.1103. Cliff Barrows, All-Scotland Crusade Choir.

P14

10"

78

--

Redemption Records

Side 1: “Just As I Am.” RR.1104. Cliff Barrows, All-Scotland Crusade Choir. This record is part of a boxed set entitled Souvenir Box of four records By the Billy Graham All-Scotland Crusade Choir conducted by Cliff Barrows. [2 copies]

1955

Side 2: “Master The Tempest is Raging.” RR.1104. Cliff Barrows, All-Scotland Crusade Choir.

P15

10"

78

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Chancel Records

Side 1: “How Great Thou Art.” George Beverly Shea, Paul Mickelson, Tedd Smith, Toronto Crusade Choir. This is a paper record, created by the BGEA and Distributed to supporters. Pictures on side: Cliff Barrows, Grady Wilson, Billy Graham, Tedd Smith, Paul Mickelson, Bev Shea.

1955

Side 2: “Ye Gates Lift Up Your Heads.” George Beverly Shea, Paul Mickelson, Tedd Smith, Cliff Barrows, Toronto Crusade Choir. This is a paper record, created by the BGEA and distributed to supporters. Pictures on side: Sunday afternoon crusade crowd, C.N.E. Grandstand, Toronto; 1400 voice Toronto Crusade Choir directed by Cliff Barrows..

P16

10"

78

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Chancel Records

Side 1: “The Lord’s Prayer.” CR. 2000 (H8OB-8325). Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham New York Crusade Choir and congregation. [2 copies]

1957

Side 2: “Verily, Verily.” CR. 2000 (H8OB-8326). Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham New York Crusade Choir and congregation.

P17

10"

78

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Chancel Records

Side 1: “Deep Down In My Heart.” CR. 2001 (H8OB- 8327). Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham New York Crusade Choir.

1957

Side 2: “What Did He Do?” CR. 2001 (H8OB-8328). Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham New York Crusade Choir.

P18

10"

78

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Chancel Records

Side 1: “His Eye Is On The Sparrow.” CR. 2002 (H8OB-8329). Cliff Barrows, Ethel Waters, Billy Graham New York Crusade Choir. [2 copies]

1957

Side 2: “Just A Closer Walk With Thee.” CR. 2002 (H8OB-8330). Cliff Barrows, Ethel Waters, Billy Graham New York Crusade Choir.

P19

7"

45

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Chancel Records

Side 1: “The Lord’s Prayer,” “Verily, Verily.” CR. 2004 (H8OH-8331). Cliff Barrows, New York Crusade Choir, congregation. This record came in a record sleeve with a picture of the New York Crusade Choir. [2 copies]

1957

Side 2: “Deep Down In My Heart,” “What Did He Do?” CR. 2004 (H8OH-8332). Cliff Barrows, New York Crusade Choir.

P20

7"

45

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Chancel Records

Side 1: “His Eye Is On The Sparrow.” CR. 2003 (H8OW-8329). Cliff Barrows, Ethel Waters, New York Crusade Choir. [2 copies]

1957

Side 2: “Just A Closer Walk With Thee.” CR. 2003 (H8OW-8330). Cliff Barrows, Ethel Waters, New York Crusade Choir.

P21

10"

78

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BGEA

Side 1:“How Great Thou Art.” George Beverly Shea, Cliff Barrows, Tedd Smith, Paul Mickelson, New York Crusade Choir. This is a paper record, created by the BGEA and distributed to its supporters. Picture of crowd at Madison Square Garden, caption: “A souvenir of The New York Crusade.”

1957

Side 2: “What God has done and can do in answer to prayer.” Billy Graham, Cliff Barrows. Pictures with caption: Meet the Billy Graham team through whom your prayers are being answered; Cliff Barrows, Bev Shea, Tedd Smith, Paul Mickelson, Billy Graham, Rev. Grady Wilson, Rev Leighton Ford, Rev. Joseph D. Blinco, Mr. Howard Butt, Dr. Abdul Haqq, Rev Stephen Olford, Dr. `Paul S. Rees.

P22

7"

45

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Radiola

Side 1: “And Can It Be That I should Gain?,” “We Shall See His Lovely Face.” REP-501AW-27113 A. Cliff Barrows, Dick Shipway, Melbourne and Brisbane Crusade Choirs picture on sleeve, Inside building in Australia, showing podium and Choir. [2 copies]

1959

Side 2: “He Is Mine,” “Man of Sorrows. REP-501 AW-27113 B. Cliff Barrows, Lee Nixon, Sydney and Adelaide Crusade Choirs.

P23

10"

33 1/3; 78

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BGEA

Side 1: “The Peace We Seek, a Christmas Challenge from Billy Graham.” This is a paper record, created by the BGEA and distributed to its supporters. Pictures of Billy Graham and The US Capitol dome at night.

1961

Side 2: “A new Christmas version How Great Thou Art.” George Beverly Shea, Cliff Barrows, Tedd Smith, Don Hustad, Philadelphia Convention Choir. Pictures of George Beverly Shea, Cliff Barrows, Tedd Smith, Don Hustad, inside of hall with choir.

P24

12"

33 1/3

23

RCA

Side 1: Sermon by Billy Graham, “Why I Believe the Bible is the Word of God.” Record 2, Side 1. NO8P-4316. This record is one of a set of phonograph records in a boxed set called A Billy Graham Crusade. However, the artwork on the box (which is damaged in several places) is not printed but original. This set appears to be the original model for the set that was originally sold, although there are some minor differences. All phonographs in this model set are recorded on one side only. See Collection 102, P37-P40.

6/1962

Side 2:--

P25

12"

33 1/3

23

RCA

Side 1: Sermon by Billy Graham on joy. Record 2, Side 1. NO8P-4315. This record is one of a set of phonograph records in a boxed set called A Billy Graham Crusade. However, the artwork on the box (which is damaged in several places) is not printed but original. This set appears to be the original model for the set that was originally sold, although there are some minor differences. All phonographs in this model set are recorded on one side only. See Collection 102, P37-P40.

6/1962

Side 2: --

P26

12"

33 1/3

23

RCA

Side 1: Introduction by Cliff Barrows, song by the Crusade Choir, “Jesus Is Coming Again;” George Beverly Shea and choir sing “How Great Thou Art;” sermon by Billy Graham on, “The Climax of History.” Record 2, Side 2 (sic). NO8P-4317. This record is one of a set of phonograph records in a boxed set called A Billy Graham Crusade. However, the artwork on the box (which is damaged in several places) is not printed but original. This set appears to be the original model for the set that was originally sold, although there are some minor differences. All phonographs in this model set are recorded on one side only. See Collection 102, P37-P40.

6/1962

Side 2: --

P27

12"

33 1/3

23

RCA

Side 1: Introduction by Cliff Barrows; George Beverly Shea singing “Then Jesus Came;” song by Crusade Choir, “O Beautiful Savior;” sermon by Billy Graham on, “Whom Do You Say I Am?” Record 3, Side 1. NO8P-4319. This record is one of a set of phonograph records in a boxed set called A Billy Graham Crusade. However, the artwork on the box (which is damaged in several places) is not printed but original. This set appears to be the original model for the set that was originally sold, although there are some minor differences. All phonographs in this model set are recorded on one side only. See Collection 102, P37-P40.

6/1962

Side 2: --

P28

12"

33 1/3

23

RCA

Side 1: Sermon by Billy Graham on the human and divine nature of Jesus Christ. Record 4, Side 1. NO8P-4320. This record is one of a set of phonograph records in a boxed set called A Billy Graham Crusade. However, the artwork on the box (which is damaged in several places) is not printed but original. This set appears to be the original model for the set that was originally sold, although there are some minor differences. All phonographs in this model set are recorded on one side only. See Collection 102, P37-P40.

6/1962

Side 2: --

P29

12"

33 1/3

23

RCA

Side 1: Crusade Choir sings two songs; George Beverly Shea sings a song, and a Youth Night sermon by Billy Graham on “David and Goliath.” Record 4, Side 2. NO8P-4321. This record is one of a set of phonograph records in a boxed set called A Billy Graham Crusade. However, the artwork on the box (which is damaged in several places) is not printed but original. This set appears to be the original model for the set that was originally sold, although there are some minor differences. All phonographs in this model set are recorded on one side only. See Collection 102, P37-P40.

6/1962

Side 2: --

P30

7"

45

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Chancel Records

Side 1: Songs that Lift the Heart. Scottish Festivals of Male Voice Praise, conducted by James McRoberts. “Beloved, Now We Are,” and “We Shall Rise.” CR 800 (GO9H-0167).

N.d.

Side 2: “He is Risen,” and “My Saviour’s Love.” CR 800 (G09H-0168).


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 03-46
Type of material: Photo Albums
The following items are located in the PHOTO ALBUM FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.


BARROWS I. Scrapbook, mostly of newspaper clippings from The Oregonian and The Oregon Journal about the Greater Portland Gospel Crusade. Stories cover Graham’s sermons, his comments on national affairs such as the Korean War, and Barrows work as choir leader. There are also some stories about Barrows as a story teller at the children’s meetings. There are also some stories about Frank Phillips, the head of local Youth for Christ organization. The scrapbook also has a few other items, such as instructions for personal workers and brochures about the crusade. July to September, 1950.

BARROWS II. Photo album. 18 b&w pictures without captions. “Presented to Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Barrows in Sincere Appreciation of Christian Fellowship during the Greater London Crusade, 1 March - 22 May 1954. Kenneth G. G. Ponder / Wendy S. Johnston.” Several of the pictures are of Barrows, Tedd Smith, and Paul Mickleson apparently receiving a gift of plate in appreciation of their work during the crusade. There are also pictures of scenes from meetings of the crusade at Harringay and Wembley stadiums, especially of the choir and Barrows leading the meetings. Also pictured in the album are Billy Barrows and Billy Graham.

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 98-12, 00-06, 03-46
Type of material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by folder title (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.


BARROWS, CLIFF. 50 b&w, 12 color. Portrait photos, informal shots, many pictures of Barrows leading a choir, several of him carrying or playing a trombone. Pictures of Barrows working in his home studio on the Hour of Decision Radio program. Many pictures of Barrows with Billy Graham, also with other member of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association team such as George Beverly Shea, Grady Wilson, Jerry Beaven, Sterling Huston. Also photos of Barrows with Ethel Waters, Syngman Rhee, Jimmie Carter, King Hussein of Jordan. Also includes a photo of the 1994 rededication of the Billy Graham Center Museum, including Cliff Barrows, Billy Graham, Alan Emery, Bud Knoedler, Duane Litfin, James Kraakevik, and James Stambaugh. 1947-1994, n.d.

BGEA: GREATER PORTLAND GOSPEL CRUSADE; JUL 28-SEP 4, 1950. 1 b&w. Barrows on platform with George Beverly Shea and Shea’s son Ronald. 1950.

BGEA: CHATTANOOGA CRUSADE; MARCH 15-APRIL 14, 1953. 1 b&w. Barrows at outdoor podium; behind him are seated several people, including Billy Graham and Bob Pierce. 1953.

BGEA: LONDON CRUSADE, GREATER; MAR 1-MAY 22, 1954. 9 b&w. Barrows with George Beverley Shea and Tedd Smith in background; Billy Graham and Grady Wilson leaving 10 Downing Street after meeting Winston Churchill; Billy Graham examining a golf club with Ruth Graham and Billie Barrows; Cliff and Billie Barrows with an unidentified man, 4 autographed photos (from Lillian and George Slater and Raymond Eegen [?]) from the April 16 meetings in Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square; snapshot (badly damaged) of Barrows with his trombone, with Grady Wilson and Billy Graham in the background. 1954.

BGEA: HELSINKI RALLY; JUNE 16-17, 1954. 3 b&w. Barrows playing his trombone in a large outdoor stadium filled with people, pictures of a group of people having a meal around a long table, including Robert Evans, George Beverly Shea, Billy Graham, Tedd Smith, Jerry Beaven, Cliff Barrows and Billie Barrows. One of the photos of the dinner is signed by an unknown individual. 1954.

BGEA: BERLIN RALLIES; JUNE 25-27, 1954. 2 b&w. Billy Graham speaking at a stadium in Berlin; Barrows playing the trombone at a service in a refugee camp near Berlin. 1954.

BGEA: INDIANAPOLIS CRUSADE; OCT 6-NOV 1, 1959. 8 color. Snap shots of a Graham speaking and Barrows leading singing at an outdoor rally in the center of Indianapolis, scenes of the crowds and the preparation for the evangelistic meetings at the Coliseum. 1959.

BGEA: NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR, 1964-1965. 1 color. Aerial photo showing the Fair under construction. Paper dots have been added to the photo to show the location of the BGEA pavilion and other points.

BGEA: MIAMI CRUSADE, 1961. 1 b&w. Picture of the crowd that filled the indoor auditorium.

BGEA: LONDON CRUSADE, GREATER; JUN 1-JUL 2, 1966; SEP 19-20, 1966. 1 b&w. Close-up of Cliff Barrows leading singing, probably at a choir practice session. 1966.

BGEA: VIETNAM TOUR; DECEMBER 19-27, 1966. 172 b&w. 1 print and several proof sheets of scenes from Graham’s (with Cliff Barrows and George Beverly Shea) visit to the American troops in Vietnam. Also in some of the pictures is General William Westmoreland. 1966.

BGEA: HEART OF AMERICA CRUSADE; SEP 8-17, 1967. 1 b&w. Close-up of Barrows in a windbreaker leading singing. 1967.

BGEA: NEW YORK CRUSADE; JUN 13-22, 1969. 1 b&w. Barrows in an empty indoor stadium with Ethel Waters, apparently in the midst of a choir practice session. 1969.

BGEA: MISSION ENGLAND, MAY 12-JULY 28, 1984. 2 color. Close-up of Barrows and George Beverly Shea, both wearing coats and hats, apparently at an outdoor meeting; Barrows leading singing wearing coat and hat. 1984.

BGEA: ATLANTA CRUSADE, OCTOBER 26-30, 1994. 1 color. Barrows at a crusade service shaking hands with former president Jimmie Carter. Carter is seated between Mrs. Coretta King and Billy Graham. October 26, 1994.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. - 1940s. 1 b&w. Graham with one hand in pocket and another holding a Bible.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. - 1950s. 2 b&w. Billy Graham with President Dwight D. Eisenhower after Graham had preached a sermon at National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C. Picture of the crowd in Madison Square Garden for a Word of Life Hour meeting at which Billy Graham appeared. 1955.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. - 1970s. 1 b&w. Billy Graham standing in front of a microphone in a studio, with a Bible in the other hand. In the background, Cliff Barrows is working the controls at a console. Probably the taping of an Hour of Decision radio program. 1979.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. - 1990s. 2 color. Picture of the platform at an evangelistic meeting, with Cliff Barrows adjusting Billy Graham’s microphone; Billy Graham meeting with a man in a cowboy hat. 1993-1996.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN W / RUTH BELL GRAHAM. 1 b&w. The Grahams waving as they step off a train. N.d.

RODEHEAVER, HOMER A. 1 b&w. Billy Graham with Homer Rodeheaver, Rodeheaver holding a trombone. N.d.

YFC - EUROPEAN TRIPS, 1946-1947. 3 b&w. Billy Graham in a pulpit with Cliff Barrows, Billie Barrows, and several English clergy and local dignitaries in York, England. 1946.

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 03-46
Type of material: Slides
The following items are located in the SLIDE FILE. All of the slides are in color, unless otherwise noted.


The hundreds of color slides in this collection have not been sorted or labeled or arranged beyond the brief description below. The slides have no dates or identifications beyond what is found below. The slide are mostly informal pictures of Billy Graham, Cliff Barrows, George Beverly Shea and other associates preparing for or leading meetings are traveling, as well as many, many shots of local scenery.

1959 HAWAII AND AUSTRALIA TOUR. Approximately 160 slides of Billy Graham’s evangelistic meetings in Hawaii and Australia.

1960 AFRICA TOUR. Approximately 600 slides from Billy Graham’s tour which included evangelistic meetings in several African countries. The set also includes several slides from Israel and Palestine, which Graham and his associates visited after the African tour.

1966 VIETNAM CHRISTMAS TOUR. Approximately 480 slides of Billy Graham’s visit to American military forces in Vietnam at Christmas time. There are many slides of Graham, Cliff Barrows, George Beverly Shea, Tedd Smith, and Dan Piatt meeting with officers and men, shots of meetings at which Graham spoke, scenes of the Vietnam countryside, military bases, aircraft carriers. There are also many slides of a USO show Bob Hope was leading in Vietnam, apparently at the same time. The show included Anita Bryant.

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LOCATION RECORD
Type of material: Videos
Accession: 95-33
The Archives has one copy of each video, unless otherwise noted. The following items are in the Video FILE:

Video

#

Type

b&w / c

Length in minutes

Title

Description

Date

V1

VHS

C

100

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Memorial service held for Billie Barrows at the Taylors First Baptist Church in Taylors, South Carolina. The service included comments and memories of Mrs. Barrows from several people, including Pastor Ernest L. Carswell Jr., Rev. Bob Barrows (son), Tyler Seela (grandson), Betty Ann Philliups (friend). Her husband, Cliff Barrows, read some of her thoughts on death and her salvation in Christ. Billy Graham talked about his memories of her and the Christian hope in Christ. Beverly Terrell and George Beverly Shea both sang hymns (Shea singing “How Great thou Art”, among others). The church choir also sang and Lorne Sanny gave a benediction, after which the choir sang the Hallelujah Chorus.

12/12/1994






BOX LIST

Box

Folders

First Folder / Last Folder

Dates

IA. Crusade files

North American meetings

1

24

Youth For Christ / Columbia, SC South Carolina Billy Graham Crusade

1945-1998

2

24

Columbus, Ohio Greater Columbus Billy Graham Crusade / Lexington, KY Central Kentucky BG Crusade

1965-2000

3

23

Little Rock, Ark Arkansas Billy Graham Crusade / Ottawa, Ontario, National Capitol Region BG Mission

1956-2000

4

23

Philadelphia, Pa Greater Philadelphia B.G. Crusade / Spokane, WA Inland Empire BG Crusade

1958-1997

5

12

St. Louis, MO Greater St. Louis BG Crusade / Williamsburg Va, Bicentennial Festival of Faith

1973-1999

International meetings

5

5

Continental Tour / Amsterdam 2000

1954-2000

6

9

Argentina: Buenos Aires Billy Graham Crusade / England: London

1954-1991

7

13

Mission England/ Germany: Euro 70 (Preparation)

1966-1993

8

16

Hong Kong Billy Graham Crusade / Philippines-Manila Metro Manila BG Crusade

1967-1995

9

10

Poland / Vietnam Christmas

1955-1992

IB. General

Hour of Decision

9

1

Hour of Decision-radio Sermons-BG, Leighton Ford, etc

1954-1972

10

7

HOD Radio-Spots, mats / HOD Correspondence - Spanish

1954-1978

World Wide Pictures

10

5

World Wide Pictures - Brochures / World Wide Pictures - Europe

1963-1979

11

3

World Wide Pictures General Correspondence / World Wide Pictures General Correspondence

1959-1989

General

11

8

Articles by and about Cliff Barrows / Cliff Barrows Correspondence BGEA-related

1945-1992

12

17

Cliff Barrows Correspondence BGEA-related / Cliff Barrows-conducted Wheaton Community Sings ( folder 12-16)

1945-1999




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