Billy Graham Center
Viewing Films and Videos at the Archives
One of the most popular uses of the Archives' collections is the viewing of
the hundreds of films and videos in our holdings about twentieth century
evangelism. If you would like to come to the Center to view these materials,
here are some things you should know:
To find out more, or to arrange for a visit, please call us.
- The films and videos viewing room in the Manuscript Reading Room (in the Billy Graham Center in Wheaton, Illinois) can hold no more than two people.
- All films and videos are kept in a cold storage area and must be warmed to room
temperature before they can be viewed. Therefore, videos have to be ordered at least
two hours in advance of viewing and films six hours in advance. The only
exceptions to this are a half dozen copies of varioius popular videos which are
always kept in the Reading Room and can be viewed at any time.
- In order to be sure that you can view the materials you want to see at the time
convenient to you, you must call ahead to reserve the room and tell us the collection
number and film or video numbers of the materials you want to view. If you do not
know the collection numbers or film and video numbers, you should make a visit to
the Archives ahead of time to make a list of the films that interest you.
Last Revised: 01/17/07
© Wheaton College 2007