||Collection 141, Tape T10. Excerpts from an oral history interview of George Beverly Shea by Robert Ferm. Shea talks about his work with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. January 8. 24 minutes.|
||Collection 357, Tape T15. Excerpt from an interview of Ruth
Crawford Porter by William
Drury. They discuss the part that Porter's first husband, evangelist
played in putting Shea on the radio for the first time. Drury had been a
member of Percy Crawford's staff. The Decision magazine article which
Drury mentions was in the November 1964 issue. This interview took place
on August 18. 2 1/4 minutes.
||Collection 285, Tape T3. Excerpt from an oral history interview of Torrey M. Johnson Sr. by Bob Shuster. Johnson describes the vital part George Beverly Shea and Lacey Hall played in the founding of the Chicagoland Youth for Christ meetings in 1944.
December 13. 3 1/2 minutes.|
||Collection 446, Tape T3. Excerpt from an oral history interview of Jack Wyrtzen by Bob Shuster. Wyrtzen describes his friendship with George Beverly Shea and the origins of Youth for Christ. 2 1/2 minutes.|