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Note: The events described in the chronology below, large public meetings, incorporations, etc. provide a framework for the history of Fellowship Foundation (more accurately the prayer group movement) but do not really capture its nature. From its beginning, Abraham Vereide and other leaders were determined that the movement not become a formal organization but carry out its objective through personal, trusting, informal, unpublicized contact between people. Although at times (particularly in the 1960s) tending very close to the kind of organization, boards and structures found in other Christian organizations, the movement has managed to reinvent itself continually to stay true to its original principles. .
1934 Abraham Vereide, Methodist conference evangelist and former associate general director of Goodwill Industries, led a month of evangelistic meetings in San Francisco, which included regular breakfast prayer meetings of business leaders at the Pacific Union Club.
April 1935 Vereide pulled together a group of local businessmen to pray about perceived IWW and Socialist subversion and corruption in Seattle, Washington's municipal government. Group began to meet regularly and expanded to include government officials, labor leaders, etc. Other groups developed throughout the state, loosely coordinated by Vereide. Other early leaders in the movement were J. N. Davis, J. G. Kennedy, Carl Christopherson, William Day, and William St. Clair.
1937 Two hundred nine prayer breakfast groups had been organized throughout Seattle.
1940 Prayer breakfast for new governor Arthur Langlie attended by three hundred men from all over the state of Washington. Vereide traveled throughout the Pacific Northwest and later around the country, helping to develop similar groups. The idea of the groups, which were nondenominational, was to bring together civic and business leaders informally to share a meal, study the Bible and develop relationships of trust and support and to promote Christian principles. The Seattle group met every Thursday morning at the Washington Athletic Club.
Early 1940s City Chapel was incorporated by the Seattle group and served originally as the national center for the movement, with Vereide as the executive director. An office was established at 311-312 Douglas Building in Seattle.
1941 Vereide talked with members of Congress about their starting a regular fellowship group.
1942 U. S. House prayer breakfast group started. Emphasis, as with other groups, was on low key, informal fellowship and encouragement, with little publicity.
1942 Sixty breakfast groups by this time in major cities around the country, including Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Vancouver, Washington.
Probably in 1942, Vereide began publishing a monthly newsletter called The Breakfast Luncheon Fireside and Campus Groups that contained a Bible study to be used by the groups, as well as information about activities of different groups and national meetings. The organization continued to publish a newsletter (sometimes more than one) through the years, although, like the organization, it went through many name changes. Among the names were The Breakfast Groups" Informer (ca. 1945-1946), The Breakfast Groups (ca. 1944-1953), International Christian Leadership Bulletin (ca. 1953-1954), Bulletin of International Christian Leadership (ca. 1954-1956), Christian Leadership (ca. 1957-1961), ICLeadership Letter (1961-1966), International Leadership Letter (ca. 1967), Leadership Letter (ca. 1963-1970).
1943 U. S. Senate prayer breakfast group started.
1943 National Committee for Christian Leadership (NCCL) incorporated to provide a minimal coordination for the movement, NCCL office moved from Seattle to Chicago (first to 505 Old Colony Building, then to 1208 Republic Building, 209 South State Street).
1944 Name changed to International Christian Leadership (ICL).
1/1944 Vereide met Mrs. Marian (Hoffman) Johnson on a visit to Washington. She later opened her large home at 6523 Massachusetts Avenue to the ICL for conferences and social gatherings. This became the group's first Fellowship House. Two important participants throughout the group's work in Washington were James Bell and Paul Temple.
12/1944 Vereide family moved to a Washington, DC suburb and the NCCL opened its office in the city at 744 Jackson Place, N.W.
1945 Fellowship Foundation incorporated to accept donations and property for the group.
1/19/1945 First prayer breakfast in Washington, DC, for members of the U. S. Congress
4/16/1945 A special prayer meeting of government leaders was held to pray for the nation after President Roosevelt's death. Group was led by Senators H. Alexander Smith, Lister Hill and publisher David Lawrence.
11/1/1945 Moved to new headquarters at 2324 Massachusetts Avenue, NW in Washington.
1/13-16/1946 Representatives from the breakfast groups, the Gideons, the Christian Businessmen's Committee and others met for a prayer conference on national needs.
1946 Vereide visited Europe and talked with Christian there about beginning ICL groups in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, France and Germany. ICL agreed to cooperate with the British Victory Fellowship in Great Britain. Gustav Adolf Gedat of Germany was deeply involved in the activities of the groups in Europe from this time until his death in 1971. Throughout the years, one important aspect of the movement was the travel of its associates throughout the world to establish personal contacts with leaders in most countries of the world.
January 1947 Four day conference in Washington, DC resulted in the formation of International Council for Christian Leadership (ICCL). There were representatives from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Norway, Hungary, Egypt and China. ICCL was an umbrella group for the various national fellowships. ICCL was formally incorporated as a separate organization in 1953. ICL and ICCL were governed by different board of directors, but there was a coordinating committee consisting of four each from members of ICCL's board and the ICL's executive committee. Eventually Fellowship Foundation was created by the two organizations to maintain Fellowship House in Washington, DC as a spiritual service center.
1948 Alicia Abrahamsen, widowed daughter of Abraham Vereide, became hostess of Fellowship House and in later years helped organize women's fellowship groups in Washington and other cities.
1949 ICL's budget for 1949 - $32,700.
1949 Wallace Haines was sent to Europe by Vereide to represent ICL at a gathering of German Christians at Castle Mainau. Haines became the European representative of ICL.
1951 ICL's budget for 1951 - $34,000.
1952 Karl Leyasmeyer became the ICL's field representative in 1950 and continued with the organization for several years, speaking mainly at colleges and universities. Leyasmeyer also gave anti-communist lectures and produced the film Militant Liberty under ICL auspices. Other ICL field representative in the 1950s were Robert B. Doing, J. Edwin Orr, Robert Pierce, John W. Young, Wallace Haines, and Richard Halverson. The budget for ICL for 1952 was $39,000.
5/22-25/1952 International Conference of the ICCL in Noordwijk, Netherlands.
2/5/1953 First Presidential Prayer Breakfast held in the United States. Joint conference of the ICL and ICCL held from February 5-9. Senator Frank Carlson, an advisor to President Eisenhower and a participant in the ICL's program, played a prominent part in helping to organize this meeting and he remained an important participant in the group's work. The members of Congress involved in the congressional prayer breakfasts remained the prime organizers of the annual Presidential Prayer Breakfasts, which included people involved in prayer groups in other sections of the legislative, judicial and executive branches, as well as ambassadors, civic leaders from around the country and the world, and many guests not involved in the prayer breakfast movement. For many years, the Presidential Prayer Breakfast would be one of several events at this time of the year sponsored by ICL, others being seminars, workshops and similar meetings aimed at people more directly involved in the movement. These other events began to be discontinued in the 1970s. The Presidential Prayer Breakfast was also often called the National Prayer Breakfast and this latter eventually became the official title.
May, 1954 Two hundred forty delegates attended the ICCL's World Conference in Noordwijk, Netherlands. Countries represented included the United States, Germany, France, Great Britain, Finland, Italy, Netherlands, South Korea, Japan, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, and Greece. Frederick Fuhr served as assistant executive director of ICL in the United States. Vereide suffered a heart attack during the meeting but recovered.
2/3/1955 3rd Annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast.
8/3-7/1955 ICL's 20th anniversary conference, held in Seattle.
2/2/1956 4th Annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast.
5/3/1956 Richard Halverson became associate executive director of ICL. In addition, from 1958 on, Halverson was pastor at the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Washington. He served as chaplain of the United Senate from 1981-1995. Throughout his time in Washington, Halverson, along with Vereide and later Douglas Coe, continued to be one of ICL's most influential leaders, regardless of his title.
9/12-16/1956 Biannual ICCL world conference in Noordwijk, Netherlands. At this point there were functioning ICCL groups in the United States, South Africa, Madagascar, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Turkey, Pakistan, India, South Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, Formosa, South Korea, Japan, the Philippines, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Great Britain, Mexico, Honduras, Cuba, and Bermuda.
1956 Fellowship House held two hundred Bible studies, held receptions and dinners for eighteen hundred guests; Richard Halverson's Perspective sent to a mailing list of four thousand every week; budget in 1956 - $112,000.
1957 One hundred twenty-five groups in one hundred American cities. including sixteen in Washington; 125 groups in other countries, including Canada, England, North Ireland, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, Ethiopia, India, South Vietnam, Hong Kong, Formosa, Japan, S. Korea, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico, Cuba, Bermuda; full-time staff in France, Holland, Hong Kong, Central America.
12/11/1958 Richard Halverson installed as pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Springfield, Maryland. He continued to serve as associate executive director of ICL.
1958 Clifton Robinson became associate secretary of ICL for Asia and worked breakfast and fellowship groups on that continent until 1965, when he returned to Washington, DC to work with internationals in that city and to help coordinate ICL's worldwide activities.
Albert Quie, elected representative from Minnesota, first attended the Congressional Prayer Breakfast and became an important leader in the movement.
3/12/1959 7th Annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast. Richard Nixon was the principal speaker (Eisenhower was unable to attend).
4/1959 Conference of the European member of ICCL in Strasbourg, France.
1959 Douglas E. Coe, formerly a Christian youth worker in the Pacific Northwest, became ICL's assistant executive director. Later Coe became associate executive director. Halverson was also an associate executive director. In 1959 there were eighteen breakfast groups in Washington, DC and two hundred around the United States.
William C. Jones, a California businessman, served as host of the Presidential Prayer Breakfast in Washington for the first time and continued to be a leader in ICL until his death in 1971.
2/18/1960 8th Annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast at the Mayflower Hotel.
5/16-22/1960 5th bi-annual world conference, Noordwijk on the Sea, Netherlands.
1960 1st Governor's Prayer Breakfast.
1960 Combined budget of ICL and ICCL was $100,000.
2/9/1961 9th Annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast. Billy Graham was the principal speaker.
1961 ICL and ICCL's budget in 1961 was $150,000. There was a full-time, paid staff of nine (one based in Paris, another in New Delhi and the rest in Washington).
3/1/62 10th Annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast.
5/1962 World Conference in Paris and Versailles, France.
2/7/1963 11th Annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast at Mayflower Hotel. Billy Graham spoke.
10/24-26/1963 All-India Christian Leadership conference in Calcutta.
late 1963 New Fellowship House acquired on 2817 Woodland Drive, NW, in Washington, DC. Later the headquarters was moved to 2218 28th Street, N, and still later to 1904 North Adams in Arlington.
1963 Annual meeting of the ICL, held in Seattle. General M. H. Silverthorn elected president, succeeded Leedom.
2/5-8/1964 First National Leadership Workshop.
2/6/1964 12th Annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast. Fred Heyn first began working with ICL at this time.
6/3/1964 First National Prayer Breakfast in Ottawa, Canada
6/1964 Bi-annual World Conference held in Bad Godesburg, Germany. Forty-seven nations were represented.
7/5-11/1965 30th anniversary of Prayer groups in celebrated in Seattle Washington, July 5-11 at the first bi-annual national conference. Billy Graham spoke at the concluding banquet.
7/14-17/65 First Tokyo Christian Leadership Conference.
7/10/1965 Abraham Vereide resigned as executive director of ICL and was succeeded by Richard Halverson as acting director. Vereide continued to represent ICL at numerous speaking engagements and as director of Fellowship House and as founder-executive director emeritus. Coe was appointed senior associate executive director.
2/17/1966 14th annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast at Shoreham Hotel. Fifteen hundred in attendance. Billy Graham was the principal speaker.
6/29-7/3/1966 International conference in Cambridge England. Three hundred delegates.
2/2/1967 15th Annual National Prayer Breakfast, Message by Henry W. Fowler, Secretary of the Treasury.
1/31/1968 16th Annual National Prayer Breakfast.
9/9-12/1968 International conference in Noordwijk. Netherlands, attended from two hundred fifty delegates from over twenty counties.
1/30/1969 17th annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast (name eventually changed to National Prayer Breakfast). Billy Graham gave the message, followed by comments by President Richard Nixon. Nearly two thousand in attendance. The breakfast was followed this day and the next by a series of seminars of the theme of effective leadership.
5/16/1969 Abraham Vereide died. Douglas Coe from this time on served as coordinator and leader of the movement, in as far as a person can be said to be the leader. Other important leaders were Halverson, Heyn, Senator Harold Hughes.
2/2/1970 18th Annual National Prayer Breakfast. .
9/10/1970 ICCL was dissolved as a corporation. The Council had ceased in reality to function as a separate organization by about the late 1960s. Its minimal functions were performed by ICL and the various national groups in different countries continued to function autonomously. Although there were no more world conferences, many national groups held regional level meetings.
2/2/1971 19th National Prayer Breakfast. Three thousand in attendance, two million listen via Armed Forces radio.
1971 One thousand mayoral prayer breakfasts in US, some form of the idea in seventy countries, with fifty countries having weekly meetings.
2/1/1972 20th Annual National Prayer Breakfast.
1972 Name change to Fellowship Foundation. After consultations among leaders of the movement, including Coe, Halverson, Senator Mark Hatfield, and others, the organization was redesigned to be even more low key and to provide a central office where many dozen (one hundred fifty in 1985) of ministries could be administered. Each ministry had a contact person who was the liaison person with the Foundation. The Foundation mainly dealt with seeing that the goals of the ministry were in line with the overall goals of the Foundation and that monies were spent for the purposes for which they were budgeted, without getting involved in personnel and administrative matters of each ministry. In effect, the group adopted an even lower profile, serving as a channel of communication and a catalyst. Its three major interests came to be developing personal relationships between leaders and encouraging them in prayer, Bible study and personal Christian growth, youth work, and service to the poor. The group continued to help set up each year's National Prayer Breakfast, but most of its activities were done with no or very little publicity. This, along with the continual effort to avoid creating any kind of large, hierarchical ministry, grew out of a desire to avoid the rigidity that came with organization, to avoid public controversy, and to be as open as humanly possible to the leading of the Holy Spirit. The behind-the-scenes consultations, prayer fellowships, and support for programs in line with the objectives of the group were the real ministry of Fellowship Foundation.
1974 Judges from each court within Washington, DC began meeting under the chairmanship of a member of the Supreme Court.
1/30/1975 23nd Annual National Prayer Breakfast.
1/27/1977 25th Annual National Prayer Breakfast. James Wright, Speaker of the House, gave the message.
2/2/1978 26th National Prayer Breakfast, Message was given by Max Cleland, Administrator of Veterans Affairs
1978 Over eighty countries had prayer breakfasts for their national legislatures. Eight countries had annual prayer breakfasts.
1/18/1979 27th Annual National Prayer Breakfast, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.
2/7/1980 28th Annual National Prayer Breakfast. Message from Representative Guy Vander Jagt of Michigan.
2/5/1981 29th Annual National Prayer Breakfast. Message from Governor Albert Quie of Minnesota.
2/4/1982 30th Annual National Prayer Breakfast. Message from Senator Pete V. Domenici.
2/3/1983 31st National Prayer Breakfast. Message from General John Vessey Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
1984 Representatives of one hundred nations attended the 32nd National Prayer Breakfast. Similar local prayer breakfasts were held in five hundred cities around the United States.
2/4/1988 36th Annual National Prayer Breakfast. Senator William L. Armstrong of Colorado gave the message; President Reagan made some remarks.
1/31/1991 39th Annual National Prayer Breakfast.
1994 Fellowship House in Washington, DC, sold. The organizational center (although that is perhaps too formal a designation for a very low key presence) for the movement was at The Cedars on 24th Street in Arlington, which the Foundation had owned for several years. Wallace Haines retired and returned to the United States, although he remained active in the organization's work.
2/3/94 42nd Annual National Prayer Breakfast. Mother Teresa of Calcutta was the speaker.
2/2/95 43rd annual National prayer breakfast.
Scope and Content
[NOTE: In the Scope and Content description, the notation "Folder 2-6" means Box 2, Folder 6.]
The materials in this collection include a wide variety of documents. such as correspondence, reports, memos, newspaper and magazine clippings, programs, speeches, prayers, Congressional Record excerpts, and other items. The materials describe primarily the development of the prayer breakfast fellowship movement from its early days in Seattle in the mid 1930s down almost to the present and particularly its development in Washington, DC, among members of the different branches of government and civic and business leaders. A significant volume of material deals with the interaction between leading members of the fellowship, such as Abraham Vereide, Richard Halverson, Douglas Coe, Fred Heyn, Mark Hatfield, Harold Hughes, Frank Carlson and prayer fellowships in other states and other countries. Besides materials relating directly to the fellowship, many files contain correspondence, clippings, speeches, etc., concerned generally with the relation between morality and politics; the place of religion, especially Christianity, in public life; and, increasingly after the 1970s, the need for assistance to the poor of the cities.
Note: Because the Fellowship Foundation, like International Christian Leadership before it, is a formal organizational manifestation of what is really a much larger, more informal, more amorphous group, this guide refers to the group throughout as "the fellowship," uncapitalized, except when referring to a formal organization.
Because the staff of the Archives was not able to recreate the original order of these files, the staff imposed an order on the materials. The ten series of the collection were created to reflect somewhat existing patterns in the material and also to make it easier to find materials on particular subjects. However, the researcher should be aware that there is great overlapping between files. Therefore, for example, information on the 1968 Presidential Prayer Breakfast may be found in the District of Columbia files in the States series, the 1968 correspondence in the National Prayer Breakfast (NPB) series, and in the 1968 correspondence in the Vereide and Coe series, etc. Similarly, correspondence to or from Coe, Halverson and Vereide can be found all throughout the collection and not just in their series. In almost all of the series, files are arranged alphabetically and then chronologically. The major exception would be the files in the National Prayer Breakfast series, which is arranged chronologically by the date of the prayer breakfast and then alphabetically by the title of the folder. Following are brief descriptions of the series:
I. State Correspondence. Boxes 1-175. The files cover all fifty states and the District of Columbia. Correspondence is mainly between workers of the fellowship in Washington, DC and fellowships in various states and cities. The correspondence deals with plans for trips of staff members to visit state groups, help arranging speakers for governor or mayor prayer breakfasts, reports on prayer fellowship activities throughout the state, arrangement for invitations to the national prayer breakfast or various social projects. Some of the larger cities have separate files and these are filed with the state in which the city is located. Thus, the files for Philadelphia are filed with those for Pennsylvania and the file for Philadelphia 1959-1960 comes before the files for Pennsylvania 1960.
II. International Correspondence. Boxes 176-266. Materials are arranged by country or region and are concerned largely with either contacts between members of the prayer breakfast fellowship in Washington and those leaders of the indigenous movement in a particular country or with trips to various Christian communities or individuals in a particular country or with suggested people of a particular country to invite to the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington or some similar event or with the activities of the prayer fellowships of a particular country. Up until 1970, there is a good deal of information relating to the work of the International Council of Christian Leadership in various folders. The original folder title were kept as much as possible, so often information on a country might be kept in more than one file. For example, information on the Republic of China can be found under both Taiwan and China or a person looking for information on Sri Lanka should also look under Ceylon. The Puerto Rico and Virgin Island files are here, as are files on Latin America, South America, the Middle East, South Pacific, West Africa, Southwest Africa and similar regions. There are no files for Great Britain, but a great deal of information on England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland. All the general Canadian correspondence is together, followed by folders of correspondence with people in specific provinces. These folders are arranged alphabetically by provincial name. The folders for the Netherlands includes information on the ICCL World Conferences held in that country and the Bermuda files include documents relating to the Fellowship's regular conferences there. There is also one large folder on the United Nations.As an example of the kind of materials that can be found in these files, folder 242-46 contains extensive correspondence with evangelist and author Corrie ten Boom about her activities in the decade after World War II. The correspondence is especially rich about her refugee relief and evangelism work in Germany after the war (during part of which she was sponsored by International Council of Christian Leadership), but there is also information about her visits to other parts of the world, as the United States, Israel, and Africa. There are a few items from her are in box 243. Folder 242-47 and all of the folders in box 243 contains correspondence with Queen (later Princess) Wilhelmina of the Netherlands about her work with the ICCL, of which she served as honorary president for a time. They reflect her active involvement in the work of ICCL, especially in international meetings held in the Netherlands. Folder 243-5 contains several of her Christmas cards to Veriede, which included prints of her paintings.
III. National Prayer Breakfast. Boxes 267-346. These files are arranged by year, with relatively little for the earlier years and much fuller documentation for the later. Additional information on the early years can be found in boxes 349-352 (labeled "Annual Conference"). The files for 1970 are partially out of place, with some in boxes 270-272 and the rest in boxes 344-346. The National Prayer Breakfast (also called the Presidential Prayer Breakfast in the 1960s) was sponsored by the House and Senate prayer groups and was coordinated by the staff of the fellowship. In the early years of ICL, the group would have an annual conference at the beginning of each year in Washington when people would come to share stories about their faith, encourage each other, and meet other members of the fellowship. The prayer breakfast was one of the events held as part of this annual meeting. It quickly came to get the lion's share of the national press and broadcast media attention. Attended by politicians, civil servants, ambassadors, business leaders, educators, and prominent people of all types, it was certainly the best known of all the fellowship's events and the most atypical. It continued to be a good means to introduce people to the fellowship's purposes and methods. For most years there is information on arrangements, invitations accepted and declined, programs, seminars held after the breakfast (often over several days), copies of talks given, press coverage, etc. See also the files on "Annual conferences" and "Prayer Breakfasts" in the General series and the reports in the clippings and the Congressional Records in Clippings Series. Many of the audio tapes and both of the films in the collection are of the Prayer Breakfast or the seminars that followed.
IV. General. Boxes 347-491. This series contains a vast amount of information, not only on all aspects of the fellowship's work, but also reports and information on other Christian organizations, and a wide variety of reports on social, economic and political events of interest to members of the Fellowship. If the cross reference of this collection lists the name of a person, place, organization or subject which is not directly referred to elsewhere in this guide, that probably means that there are one or more folders with that name on it in this series. However, there are exceptions. Conrad Hilton, for example, has no folder with his name but there is information about his participation in the National Prayer Breakfasts in the folders in box 349.
Folders in this section are alphabetized by the key word in the title, which is not necessarily the first one. Here are some of the rules used in alphabetizing the folders: All folders whose title contain the words "Annual Conference" are alphabetized under "A"; all folder whose title contain the words "Frank Carlson" or "Charles Colson" or "Core" or "Conference" are alphabetized under "C" (except for Annual Conference, which is under "A"). Files for the Bermuda conferences, then, or World Conferences are together under "C". All folders whose title contain the words "Fellowship House" are alphabetized under "F". All folders that contain the words "Wallace Haines" or "Harold Hughes" or alphabetized under "H". All folders with the words "Jaycees" or "JCs" or "Junior Chamber of Commerce" are alphabetized under "J". All folders with the words "Prayer Breakfast" in the title, including "Governor's Prayer Breakfasts" or "Mayors Prayer Breakfast" are alphabetized under "P". All folders with the words "Albert Quie" are alphabetized under "Q". All folders with the word "Trip" in the title, which include the reports on visits to Christian communities in various parts of the world made by the fellowship over several decades, are alphabetized under "T". Often, of course, material by or about a topic or individual is not filed under their name. Thus correspondence to Mother Teresa is in box 411, folder 2, and information about Underground Evangelism is in Sergei Kourdakov's in folder 423-5 as well as under the folder with the organization's name in box 481.
The headquarters of the fellowship was known as Fellowship House. This was not so much an office building as a place for seminars, dinners, Bible studies, and informal meetings of all types. This section contains several folders of information on the administration and activities of Fellowship House.
There are several folders on Core, which is the name given to the group of fellowship leaders that got together regularly to pray and plan the fellowship's activities. Similarly, several files with "Group" or "Groups" in the title are brought together under "G," these contain information on the early days of the fellowship and the formation of prayer groups around the country. Except for Vereide, Halverson and Douglas Coe (for each of whom, there is a series) all the people involved prominently in the fellowship at one time or another, such as James Bell, Frank Carlson, Chuck Colson, Billy Graham, Wallace Haines, Mark Hatfield, Fred Heyn, Karlis Leyasmeyer, Albert Quie, and Paul Temple have one or more folders of material in this section.
There is a particularly large amount of material by and about Harold Hughes in boxes 409-411, including information about his political career in the Senate, his involvement in the fellowship, his decision to resign from the Senate to enter full time Christian work, and a manuscript of a book he wrote about his life.
Most of the fellowship's activities revolved around developing small fellowship groups among people of similar interests, groups that could serve as means for personal spiritual growth and for influencing the larger community. There were also prayer breakfasts that met only once a year, but served to introduce people to the work of the fellowship and to the small prayer groups. Prayer groups or prayer breakfast groups were probably the most prominent example. Reference to various prayer groups can be found in practically every folder. All the folders with "prayer" in the title have been brought together in boxes 450-458, including files about the congressional wives group, the governors' prayer breakfasts, the mayors' prayer breakfasts and the senate prayer fellowship. Information on the governors' and mayor's breakfasts can also be found in many of the state files in the state correspondence series. Other files contain information about prayer fellowships among Native Americans.
The Bermuda conferences (documented, among other places, in boxes 371 and 372), the Leadership seminars described in documents in boxes 426-429 and meetings held at the Windy Gap, North Carolina, retreat center are additional examples of meetings used to introduce people to the work of the fellowship. Other fellowship conferences, such as their world conferences - their periodical meeting of leaders from the fellowship in various countries- are described in boxes 372-378.
There are many topical files throughout this series, with titles like "communism," or "salvation", etc. These contain clippings, speeches, notes, etc. on these topics and apparently were used as reference materials by the Fellowship House staff. There are also several folders in boxes 472 and 473 containing speeches given at various fellowship events. Other manuscripts of speeches can be found in the files labeled "speeches" in box 472 and 473. There is a translation of the Bible into Mongolian in box 439.
For much of its history, particularly in the 1960s and '70s, the fellowship had a close relationship with the Junior Chamber of Commerce or Jaycees, both the United States and the International branches. The groups planned various joint events together and supplied speakers for each other's conferences. Material on this relationship is scattered throughout the collection, but a great deal is in boxes 415-419.
Starting in the early 1970s, members of the fellowship became more interested in the needs, physical and spiritual, of the poor of the inner city and in reconciling blacks and whites. The Fellowship Foundation supported various projects to deal with social problems. Some of these are described in the files in section IX. But there is also material in this series, including the folders dealing with the Vision to Action project in boxes 482-484.
Note: The types of materials and the topics covered in the Vereide, Halverson and Coe sections described below, are often duplicated in other parts of this collection, such as the General series.
V. Abraham Vereide. Boxes 495-505. These files contain such material as documents about the beginnings of the movement in Seattle, planning documents for the fellowship and the prayer breakfasts from the 1940s, information on the 1955 ICL conference in Seattle and the 1954 ICCL conferences in Cuba and Beirut, Lebanon, correspondence with Gustav Gedat, miscellaneous files on the history of ICL, notes for various speeches, condolence and memorial letters sent to the foundation after Vereide's death, the 1962 conference held in Nassau, Bermuda, to educate civic leaders in the realities of the Cold War, Frank Carlton's 1965 nomination of Vereide for the Nobel Peace prize, and some personal correspondence.
VI. Richard Halverson. Boxes 506-511. Besides material on various fellowship projects, Halverson's files also contain reports, minutes and other materials relating to activities at his church, Fourth Presbyterian; the work of Concern, Inc; correspondence about fellowship activities in the District of Columbia; fund raising letters, contacts with Honduras, Japan, Italy; contacts with men's groups; World Vision meetings (Halverson was on board); correspondence with John Trever about the Dead Sea Scrolls; and some copies of Halverson's Perspective newsletter.
VII. Douglas Coe. Boxes 512-540. Among the materials in this section are correspondence on most aspects of the Foundation's work; minutes of the boards of various fellowship organizations; briefing letters sent to Core members about fellowship activities; Core planning materials; file on the formal organization of Prison Fellowship; materials on retreats Coe participated in; files on the various international trips he took, plans for a worldwide call to prayer including among other Presidents Jimmy Carter and Daniel Moi and Pope John Paul II.
VIII. Board Materials. Boxes 541-568. These files contain minutes, bylaw, executive committee materials, and reports for the various overlapping organizations that, in one sense, made of the fellowship. This includes ICL, ICCL, Fellowship Foundation, Fellowship Council, Leadership Council, and Fellowship House. There is also a great deal of information on the history of the fellowship as well as Core materials, a policy handbook, from the French ICL a mimeographed manuscript by Pierre Tillard de Chardin entitled "Le Coeur de la Matiere", and some tax records.
IX. Financial Materials. Boxes 569-582. Includes audits, accountant reports, agreements and contacts, correspondence with foundations (Assisi, Lilly, Mennonite Christian Leadership, Kresage, Treagon), budgets, tax records, files on properties owned, financial reports, financial statements, legal documents, Liberty Militant expenses, and stock information.
X. Clippings. Boxes 583-595 The series consists of two parts. The first are magazine and newspaper clippings arranged by year. These are clippings that were received loose were scattered through the collection in unlabeled folders. Some of the clippings are about the work of the fellowship or about people associated with it. Others are about topics related to the spiritual or moral condition of the United States or other countries. The second half of the series consists of excerpts from the Congressional Record about National Prayer breakfasts or related fellowship activities.
The material in this collection was given to the Archives by the Fellowship Foundation in 1984, 1992, and 1997. A list of books and periodicals removed from the collection and given to the BGC Library in 1996 is available upon request.
Acc. 84-101, 92-139, 97-44
June 18, 1996
Revised: July 19, 1996
July 8, 2014
Accession: 84-101, 92-139
Type of Material: Audio Tapes
The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE FILE:
T1 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Jaycees meeting sponsored by ICL, consisting of a panel discussion on science and faith, with Elwood Engstrom included on the panel; n.d.
T2 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Side one: Dinner in honor of Rev. Abraham Vereide; June 10, 1958. Side two: Breakfast group with Vereide speaking; June 12, 1958.
T3 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed. 1 side only. Fellowship House with music by Doug Oldham and talk by Gerald Chadwick: "The Role of Christ in the Life of a Businessman;" December 18, 1958.
T4 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Rev. Abraham Vereide at the Bermuda Conference; March 30, 1959.
T5 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Fellowship Breakfast #3; 1962?.
T6 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Board meeting including a report by Dick Halverson and Bob Strain to the ICL board on trip to the Far East as representatives of ICL. Describes his impression of Christian work in the Philippines, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Japan, and other countries; c. 1962.
T7 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Music and singing from the Cedar Crest CFO Retreat; 1966.
T8 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Eightieth birthday dinner for Dr. Vereide; 1966.
T9 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Lake Geneva Staff Conference; 1966.
T10 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Presidential Prayer Breakfast; February 17, 1966.
T11 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Side 1: Mrs. Louise Eggleston giving a talk entitled "The Motel Story" at the Cedar Crest CFO in Allentown, Pennsylvania; July 14, 1966. Side 2: Dr. Vereide giving a 30-minute presentation about ICL to a senior citizens' group in McLean, Virginia; May 26, 1966.
T12 - Reel-to-reel, 3 3/4 ips. 2 sides. Geneva Staff Conference at Lake Geneva; August 4, 1966. Speakers: Dr. Vereide, Bill Bishard(?), Jaycees, Kent Hoatling, Doug Coe.
T13 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Geneva Staff Conference, continued from T12; August 4-5, 1966. Speakers: Doug Coe (continued), others.
T14 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Side 1: Ambassador Denke and Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey speaking at a breakfast; May 1965. Side 2: California Governor's Prayer Breakfast, with a Scripture lesson by Judge Thomas McBride; September 10, 1966.
T15 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 80 minutes. 1 side only. ICL Fellowship House, Dr. Anderson from the University of London speaking; December 31, 1966.
T16 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Twenty-third annual reunion of Dr. Vereide, Dr. E. Stanley Jones, and Dr. Walter Judd with other Christian leaders at the ICL Fellowship House in Washington, DC, December 31, 1966. Dr. E. Stanley Jones speaking.
T17 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. One side. Twenty-third annual reunion of Dr. Vereide, Dr. E. Stanley Jones, and Dr. Walter Judd with other Christian leaders at the ICL Fellowship House in Washington, DC, December 31, 1966. Dr. Walter Judd speaking.
T18 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Mayor's Prayer Breakfast in Virginia, with Congressman John Marsh, Douglas Coe, and Richard Halverson speaking; ca. 1967.
T19 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Annual Christian Leadership Banquet, with Mark Hatfield as one of the main speakers; 1967.
T20 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Farewell dinner for Dr. Edwin M. Wright; January 5, 1967.
T21 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Side 1: Final talk by Dr. Edwin Wright before the Clyde Kelly Class of the Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church, speaking on the proposed Presbyterian confession of 1967; January 8, 1967. Side 2: Rev. Dieter Hessel speaking on "How and Why the General Assembly Speaks on Public Issues"; May 15, 1967.
T22 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Continuation of Dr. Edwin Wright's talk on side one of T21; January 8, 1967.
T23 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Completion of Dr. Edwin Wright's talk on side one of T21 and T22; January 8, 1967.
T24 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 100 minutes. 2 sides. National Prayer Breakfast and Seminars, Washington, DC, 1967. Side one: Prologue and keynote address by Clifton Robinson; February 1. Side two: Conclusion of service on side one, followed by the Leadership Breakfast for the U.S. House of Representatives; February 3.
T25 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Faith and Life Seminar at the National Prayer Breakfast and Seminars, Washington, DC; February 3, 1967. Panel members: Dr. Henry Brandt, Mr. Bruce Larson, and Dr. Armond Nicholi, followed by a question and answer time.
T26 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Faith and Law Seminar at the National Prayer Breakfast and Seminars, Washington, DC; February 2, 1967. Principal speaker: M. George Poulson on the subject, "The Law and Changing Concepts of Morality." There was also a panel of lawyers from Washington, DC
T27 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. National Prayer Breakfast and Seminars, Washington, DC; 1967. Side one: Plenary session, with speakers including Winston Weaver, Doug Coe, Fred Heyn, Dwight Salberg, Bill Bullard, Wayne Smith, and Richard Halverson; February 2. Side two: Continuation of side one, followed by the Congressional Wives' Prayer Breakfast; February 2.
T28 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 100 minutes. 2 sides. National Prayer Breakfast and Seminars, Washington, DC; 1967. Side one: Presidential Prayer Breakfast; February 2. Side two: International Luncheon; February 2.
T29 - Reel-to-reel, 15/16 ips speed. 2 sides. School of Pastoral Care, Tyson and Sanford speakers; September 18-22, 1967. Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T30 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed. 2 sides. School of Pastoral Care, Tyson and Sanford speakers; September 18-22, 1967.
T31 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. District of Columbia Commissioners' Prayer Breakfast; November 10, 1966.
T32 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed. 2 sides. Meetings at Fellowship House in Washington, DC. Side one: December 12, 1967; M. H. Silverthorn, Gross, Close, Dr. Vereide speaking. Side two: December 3, 1967; Douglas Coe speaking.
T33 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 48 minutes. 1 side only. District of Columbia Commissioners' Prayer Breakfast; December 7, 1967.
T34 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Washington's Prayer Breakfast, 1968, with Mayor Walter Washington.
T35 - Reel-to-reel; side 1: 1-7/8 ips, side 2: 15/16 ips. Side 1: ICL staff describing the background and preparations for the National Prayer Breakfast; January 14, 1968. Side 2: ICL event in Minnesota; January 21, 1968. Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T36 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 90 minutes. 1 side only. Fellowship Council Dinner at the International Christian Leadership Conference, Washington, DC; January 31, 1968.
T37 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 90 minutes. 1 side only. Keynote speech at the International Christian Leadership Conference, Washington, DC; January 31, 1968.
T38 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. National Prayer Breakfast and Leadership Seminars, 1968. Keynote speakers Dr. Charles Malik and Lieutenant General M. H. Silverthorn; January 31.
T39 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 46 minutes. 1 side only. The 16th annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC; February 1, 1968. Introduction by Senator Frank Carlson, greetings from the House Breakfast prayer group by Representative Ben Reifel, Old Testament reading by Senator Joseph Tydings, greetings from the Senate prayer group by Senator John Stennis, New Testament reading by Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, prayer for national leaders by Secretary for Housing and Urban Development Robert C. Weaver, message by Army Chief of Staff Harold K. Johnson, address by President Lyndon Johnson, closing prayer by Price Daniel.
T40 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. International Christian Leadership Conference, Washington, DC; 1968. Side one: 16th annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast; February 1. Side two: Congressional Wives Prayer Breakfast; February 1.
T41 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 120 minutes. 2 sides. Seminar on Effective Leadership held in conjunction with the National Prayer Breakfast and Leadership Seminars. Principle speakers were Baron L. de Rosen and Dr. Otto von Habsburg. Judge B. Leedom of Washington, DC presided. February 1, 1968.
T42 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Side 1: 70 minutes. February 1, 1968. International luncheon held in conjunction with the ICL's National Prayer Breakfast and International Leadership Seminar. The luncheon was attended by US government officials and government leaders from other countries. Speakers included introduction by John A. Logan; invocation by Hernando Garron Salazar, president of the National Assembly of Costa Rica; comments by Gulliermo Sevilla-Sacasa, ambassador of Nicaragua; comments by Senator Frank Carlson; Old Testament reading by John K. Waller, ambassador of Australia; New Testament reading by Adesanya Hyde, ambassador of Sierra leone; prayer by Abraham Vereide, address by Vice President Hubert Humphrey, closing prayer by Ibrahim Hussein El-Ahdab, ambassador of Lebanon. Side 2: 65 minutes. February 2, 1968; Seminar on Leadership and Spiritual Revolution. Panelists included D. Elton Trueblood; Washington, D. C.
T43 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 110 minutes. 2 sides. National and International Reports; February 1, 1968. Reports from Montana, the Philippines, Indonesia, Brazil, Washington, DC, France, and Honduras.
T44 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed. 1 side only. Presidential Prayer Breakfast; February 1, 1968.
T45 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 and 15/16 ips speeds. 1 side only. Prayers at the Presidential Prayer Breakfast by Governor John Volpe of Massachusetts, Secretary Robert Weaver, and the Honorable Price Daniel; February 1, 1968. Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T46 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Prayers at the Presidential Prayer Breakfast by Governor John Volpe of Massachusetts, Secretary Robert Weaver, and the Honorable Price Daniel; February 1, 1968.
T47 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 45 minutes. One side. ICL Leadership Breakfast; February 2, 1968. Opening prayer by Phil Jordan, talks by Richard Halverson and Senator Mark Hatfield, closing prayer by Judge McBride.
T48 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 63 minutes. One side. Key Women's Seminar; February 2, 1968. Speakers include Mrs. Fred Dienert, Mrs. William Hasebrook, Mrs. Mabel McClanahan, Mrs. Marvin Watson, Mrs. Gloria Randolph, and Mrs. Betty Iglehart, with Mrs. B. Everett Jordan presiding.
T49 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 75 minutes. 1 side only. Military Wives' Prayer Luncheon; February 2, 1968.
T50 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed, approximately 56 minutes. 1 side only. Women's Seminar; February 2, 1968. Speakers include Betty Robinson, Mrs. Robert Wilbey, Mrs. Betty Peters, Mrs. Pariell, Mrs. Adair, Mrs. B. E. Jordan, and Mrs. Loren Lottis.
T51 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed. 2 sides. ICL Fellowship Houses. Side one: February 4 and February 11, 1968. Side two: March 3, 1968.
T52 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 86 minutes. 1 side only. ICL Fellowship House. Reports by student leaders on the subject of leadership activities on American university campuses; February 18, 1968.
T53 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed. 1 side only. ICL Fellowship House; March 10 and March 17, 1968. On March 10, Mr. Shook spoke about Asia. On March 17, Dr. Vereide and the board gave a presentation.
T54 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed, approximately 89 minutes. 2 sides. ICL Fellowship House. Side one: March 24, 1968. Side two: March 31, 1968.
T55 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed. 2 sides. ICL Fellowship House; April 28, 1968. Various testimonies, stories, and reports from around the country. The main talk was by Doug Coe.
T56 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. ICL Fellowship House; June 9, 1968. Dr. Cliff Robinson speaks concerning his recent trip to the Far East. Dr. Vereide also spoke.
T57 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed, approximately 75 minutes. 1 side only. ICL Fellowship House; July 28, 1968. Wallace Haines and Rev. Pat Asche speaking.
T58 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Young Men's Leadership Seminar, Washington, DC; September 2-4, 1968. Side one: Dr. R. Halverson, "Dynamics of Fellowship," approximately 57 minutes. Side two: Robert Patton, "The Idea of a Core of Men," approximately 43 minutes.
T59 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Young Men's Leadership Seminar, Washington, DC; September 2-4, 1968. Side one: L. Kramp, William Bullard, and John Staggers speaking about methods; approximately 83 minutes. Side two: Dr. R. Halverson, "Koinonia," approximately 40 minutes. This is followed by the final dinner, with Doug Coe and Congressman Quie speaking.
T60 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Young Men's Leadership Seminar, Washington, DC; September 2-4, 1968. Side one: James F. Bell and a panel of students on "Purpose and Objectives," approximately 70 minutes. Side two: Robert Patton on "The Idea of a Core of Men," approximately 56 minutes. Side two same as side two on T58.
T61 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Young Men's Leadership Seminar, Washington, DC; September 2-4, 1968. Side one: Lt. Gen. M. H. Silverthorn and Dr. Vereide; approximately 60 minutes. Side two: Senator Mark Hatfield, "Pursuit of Excellence," approximately 52 minutes.
T62 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed, approximately 60 minutes. 1 side only. ICL Fellowship House; September 29, 1968. Address by Herbert Barksdale, Clifton Robinson presiding.
T63 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. Dr. Abraham Vereide's eighty-second birthday party, along with a report on the World Conference in Holland; October 6, 1968. Speakers include Cliff Robinson, Doug Coe, Dr. Vereide, and Judge Marvin Jones.
T64 - Reel-to-reel. 2 sides. Side one: 1-7/8 ips speed, approximately 55 minutes. D.C. Mayor-Commissioner's Prayer Breakfast; Thursday, October 10, 1968. The main address was by the Honorable Walter E. Washington, Mayor-Commissioner of D.C., and John A. Logan presided. Side two: 3-3/4 ips speed. An unidentified wedding; October 10, 1968.
T65 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 1 side only. ICL Fellowship House (?). Mr. Hiskey speaking about student leadership; November 24, 1968.
T66 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. ICL Fellowship House; December 1, 1968. Minister Edmond Michelet from France speaking, followed by Doug Coe.
T67 - Reel-to-reel, 15/16 ips speed. 1 side only. Fellowship Houses; 1968. On December 8, John Staggers spoke on "The District's Inner City Breakfast Groups;" approximately 47 minutes. Following this on the tape, Mary Wang speaks at the December 15 meeting; approximately 58 minutes. Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T68 - Reel-to-reel, 7-½ ips speed. 1 side only. Informal comments by John Staggers, in Trinidad on the prayer breakfast movement, particularly relating to race issues in the United States; c. 1969. This is the first part of the talk.
T69 - Reel-to-reel, 7-½ ips speed. 1 side only. Conclusion of the comments by John Staggers on T68; c. 1969.
T70 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Sunday evening program at ICL Fellowship House in Washington, DC, on January 19, 1969. Introduction of guests by Rev. Cliff Robinson and prayer by Tom Fox. Addressed by Dr. Vereide, Dr. Charles S. Ball, and Rev. Cliff Robinson.
T71 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips speed. 1 side only. January 29, 1969. Seminar following the National Prayer Breakfast, including a speech by Abraham Vereide. Washington, DC Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T72 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. Luncheon for the board and staff of ICL. Includes comments about the years activities by Abraham Vereide, John Guest, Richard Halverson, John Bogart, Boyd Leedom, Justin Edgerton, Cliff Robinson, Gibson Wright, Doug Coe, and Bud Hancock.
T73 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. Side 1: January 30, 1969. Presidential Prayer Breakfast. Participants included Frank Carlson, John W. McCormack, Spiro Agnew, and Edmund Muskie. The message was given by Billy Graham, followed by comments by President Richard Nixon. Side 2: January 31, 1969. Program following the Leadership Banquet. Elton Trueblood was the principal speaker.
T74 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Keynote program opening the Annual Series of National Leadership seminars in Washington, D C, on January 30, 1969. Sponsored by the ICL council; introductory remarks by Senator Frank Carlson, prayer by Congressman John Dillenbach, addressed by Walter E. Washington, mayor commissioner of the District of Columbia, Dr. Abraham Vereide, General Harold K. Johnson and others. Judge Boyd Leedom presided.
T75 - Reel-to reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 sides. Side 1: 30 minutes. January 30, 1969. Morning seminar on effective leadership, addressed by Charles H. Percy with some comments afterwards by others. Side 2: 45 minutes. January 30, 1969. Afternoon session of the seminar on effective leadership, addressed by John Gardner of the Urban Coalition (same as side 1 of T73). Washington, DC
T76 - Reel-to reel, 1-7/8 ips (a few second at the start of side one is at 3-3/4 ips), 2 sides. Side 1: 45 minutes. January 30, 1969 seminar on effective leadership, addressed by John Gardner with some comments afterwards by others. Side 2: 38 minutes. Luncheon meeting of the seminar, with talks by Senator Mark Hatfield and Harold Lindsell, among others. Quality of the recording on side 2 is very poor. Washington, DC
T77 - Reel-to reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 sides. January 30, 1969 seminar on effective leadership, comments by various people including Richard Halverson and addressed by D. Elton Trueblood. Washington, DC
T78 - Reel-to reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. January 30, 1969 evening seminar on effective leadership, comments by various people including Richard Halverson, Price Daniel, and M. H. Silverthorn. Principal speaker was E. C. Manning, former prime minister of Alberta. Washington, DC
T79 - Reel-to reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 sides. January 30, 1969 seminar on effective leadership, comments by various people including Richard Halverson and addressed by D. Elton Trueblood. Washington, DC
T80 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed. 2 sides. Program of the Women's Leadership seminar held on January 31, 1969. Held in conjunction with the 17th Presidential Prayer Breakfast and Leadership seminars in Washington, DC. Speakers included Baroness Van Nortin, Miss Rebecca McKethin, Mrs. James Hiske, Miss Cathy Drew, Dr. Chu of Korea, Mrs. Laura Lotis, Miss Barbara Pridy, Mrs. Howard Davidson presided.
T81 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips. 2 sides. January 31, 1969. 38 minutes. Student seminar following the Prayer Breakfast, during which Representative Albert Quie was the main speaker. Side 2: Unidentified musical program.
T82 - Reel-to reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. January 31, 1969 seminar on effective leadership, comments by various people including R. Andrina, L. Kramp, L. Tavares, John Staggers, and M. H. Silverthorn. Washington, DC
T83 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 side. Side 1: January 31, 1969. Women's Prayer Luncheon. Mrs. B. Everett Jordan. Mrs. Mildred Dienert was the main speaker. Side 2: Program of the Women's Leadership Seminar. Several women spoke about their ministries in various parts of the world.
T84 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips. 1 side. January 31, 1969. Program following the ICL's Leadership Banquet, which concluded the series of seminars on effective leadership. The principal speaker was Dr. Elton Trueblood.
T85 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 sides. Combined time for both sides: 88 minutes. April 20, 1969. Sunday evening program at Fellowship House, Washington, DC including introductory comments by Abraham Vereide, singing and prayer and reports by Doug Coe and Fred Heyn on recent trips to Spain, Paris, and London to visit various Christian programs in those places.
T86 - The description for T86 can be found between T117 and T118.
T87 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips, 2 sides. May 11, 1969. Sunday evening program at Fellowship House, Washington, DC centering on the theme, "Christian Responsibility Amidst the Student Unrest." Included comments from educators and student leaders.
T88 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 75 minutes. 2 sides. Side May 20. 1969. Memorial Service for Dr. Abraham Vereide at the 4th Presbyterian Church in Washington, DC Richard Halverson and Milton Vereide, among others, spoke. Side 1: 60 minutes. Side 2: 15 minutes.
T89 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips speed, approximately 60 minutes. 2 sides. ICL Fellowship House; June 22, 1969. Cliff Robinson's report on his trip to visit various Christian groups in East Asia, with Senator Jordan presiding.
There are no tapes numbered T90 thru T98.
T99 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. October 23, 1969. Session of the ICL's National Student Leadership Seminar. The entire seminar had the theme, "Resignation, Revolution and Reconciliation." Analysis by Francis Schaeffer of the international student revolt.
T100 - Reel-to-reel, 15/16 ips. 1 side only. October 23 and 24, 1969. Sessions of the ICL's National Student Leadership Seminar. Addresses by Francis Schaeffer and Senator Mark Hatfield. Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T101 - Reel-to-reel, 15/16 ips. 1 side only. October 24, 1969. Sessions of the ICL's National Student Leadership Seminar Panel. Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T102 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips. 2 sides. October 25, 1969. Sessions of the ICL's National Student Leadership Seminar Panel. Side 1: Panel of government officials involved with youth and others talked informally about the situation of young people in the United States, followed by questions and discussion. Side 2: John (?) Garner discussing the responsibility of youth to make institutions reflect their moral concerns.
T103 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips. 1 side only. October 25, 1969. Sessions of the ICL's National Student Leadership Seminar Panel. Contents of tape unclear, but it appears to be a recording of a session during which a politician or government official answered questions about current political issues.
T104 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 60 minutes. 1 side only. February 5, 1970. Presidential Prayer Breakfast; participants included Morris Udall and Melvin Laird. The program concluded with remarks by President Nixon.
T105 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 1 side only. February 5, 1970. Seminar following the Presidential Prayer Breakfast in which people at the meeting, including several civic, political, and educational leaders, spoke briefly about their faith and the ministries they were involved in. Senator Boggs was the first speaker.
T106 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. February 5, 1970. Seminar following the Presidential Prayer Breakfast in which people at the meeting, including several business, political and civic leaders, spoke briefly about their faith and the ministries they were involved in. Side one contains the seminar for petroleum businessmen. Sound quality very poor. Side two contains the seminar for bankers and other businessmen.
T107 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. February 5, 1970. Young Men's Seminar, following the Presidential Prayer Breakfast, addressed by, among others, James Bell on the history and principles and objectives of ICL and the prayer breakfasts.
T108 - Cassette. 2 sides. Side 1: October 17, 1970. Session at the leadership seminar sponsored by ICL during which Douglas Coe discussed the principles of the prayer breakfast movement, with frequent stories about people involved. The tape was apparently record at a speed slightly too slow. Side 2: March 15,1971. Remarks by Douglas Coe during a dinner at Fellowship House to honor General M. H. Silverthorn
T109 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 hours. 2 sides January 4, 1971. Family Night at Fellowship House during which Sam Cram [?], Douglas Coe, and Cliff Robinson gave reports on their recent trip to Japan, South Korea, South Vietnam, India, Hong Kong, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Turkey, and the Soviet Union to visit leaders in those countries. Each side is an hour in length.
T110 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. Side 1: February 1, 1971. Program following the Fellowship Council Dinner in Washington, the evening before the Presidential Prayer Breakfast. Side 2: February 2[?], 1971. Program following the Men's Leadership Lunch, including introductions by Senator Frank Carlson, a solo by Connie Smith and a message by Billy Graham on three problems that technology has not solved.
T111 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 sides. Program of the National Prayer Breakfast in
Washington, DC, February 2, 1971. Side 1: 75 minutes. Opening of the program, including Scripture readings, prayers, and comments and greetings from various people and a message from Warren Burger, chief justice of the Supreme Court, remarks of President Nixon and conclusion of program. Side 2: 31 minutes. Men's Leadership Luncheon held in conjunction with the National Prayer Breakfast. Program includes a message from Billy Graham.
T112 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips. 1 side only. February 2, 1971, program at the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Luncheon following the National Prayer Breakfast. Various government leaders talked about their experiences at prayer breakfasts and America spiritual needs. Washington, DC
T113 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips. 1 side only. February 2, 1971, program at the Corporate Executives Luncheon following the National Prayer Breakfast. Various business and government leaders talked about their experiences at prayer breakfasts and America's spiritual needs. Washington, DC. Beginning of tape is very distorted.
T114 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. Side 1. February 2, 1971. 59 minutes. Seminar for executives of the petroleum industry immediately preceding [?] the Presidential Prayer Breakfast. Informal meeting during which men described their faith and ministry. Side 2: February 1, 1971. 29 minutes. Program following the Fellowship Council Dinner in Washington, the evening before the Presidential Prayer Breakfast.
T115 - Cassette. February 2, 1971. 2 sides. February 2, 1971. International banquet following the Presidential Prayer Breakfast and seminars. Washington, DC
T116 - Reel-to-reel, 7 ½ ips. 1 side only. February 7, 1971. Lecture by D. James Kennedy on the topic, "Christianity and Communism in the 70s," This talk was apparently given to a group in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. 42 minutes
T117 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 1 side only. April 1, 1971. Governor's Prayer Breakfast in Topeka, Kansas, at the Ramada Inn. The message was given by former U. S. Senator Frank Carlson, with comments by Governor Robert B. Docking.
T86 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side. April 23, 1971, message from General M. H. Silverthorn to Christians in Australia about the need for spiritual renewal and the work of the ICL.
T118 - Cassette. 2 sides. August 8, 1971. Introduction by Richard Halverson, talk by Wallace Haines on the work of ICL in Europe, followed by a question and answer period. Meeting was at the Fellowship House in Washington, DC.
T119 - Reel-to reel, 3-3/4 ips. District of Columbia Mayor-Commissioner Prayer Breakfast, October 24, 1971 at the Mayflower Hotel. Albion Ferrell, vice chairman of the DC Board of Parole, was the principal speaker, although others, including Mayor-Commissioner Walter E. Washington also spoke.
T120 - Reel-to-reel, 15/16 ips, 1 side only. October 24, 1971. Talk by Cliff Robinson on Russia and developments with the church in that country. Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T121 - Cassette. 2 sides. December 15, 1971. Talk by Winston Weaver on his recent trip to the Middle East, followed by a question and answer period. Meeting was at the Fellowship House in Washington, DC.
T122 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 59 minutes. 1 side only. February 1, 1972. Program of the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington, DC, Hilton, including a Bible reading by Billy Graham and comments by President Nixon and the Mayor Commissioner of the District of Columbia, Walter Washington.
T123 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips. 2 sides. February 1, 1972. Seminars following the Presidential Prayer Breakfast. Side 1: Higher education luncheon, attended by university faculty and educators. The luncheon was addressed by Richard Halverson and others. Also the beginning of the Key Women's seminar. Side 2: Conclusion of the Key Women's seminar.
T124 - Reel-to reel, 1-7/8 ips, 70 minutes. District of Columbia Mayor-Commissioner Prayer Breakfast, October 19, 1972, at the Mayflower Hotel. Dr. Cleveland L Dennard of the Washington Technical Institute was the principal speaker, although others, including Mayor-Commissioner Walter E. Washington also spoke.
T125 - Cassette, 72 minutes. 2 sides. January 11, 1973. Funeral service for Sergei Kourdakov at St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Church in Exile in Washington, DC
T126 - Cassette. 2 sides. January 28, 1973. Meeting at the Fellowship House in Washington, addressed by Ross Adare.
T127 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. February 1, 1973. Leadership seminar held in Washington, DC, the day after the National Prayer Breakfast, presided over by Congressman Albert Quie of Minnesota. Also speaking were Douglas Coe, who outlined the goals and methods of the Fellowship, John Staggers, Louis Cramp, followed by a question and answer session.
T128 - Reel-to-reel, 65 minutes, 15/16 ips. 2 sides. Side 1. March 1, 1973 (?) Senator Mark Hatfield speaking at the Rossmore Leisure World on "Christianity and Politics," side 2: March 4, 1973. Dr. Darrell C. Crain speaking at Rossmore on "Arthritis." Note to researchers: the staff will need at least one day's notice to make a review copy of this tape.
T129 - Cassette. 1 side. June 4, 1973 Bible study held at Fellowship House in Washington, DC, on the Bible story about the rich young ruler. The study was led by M. H. Silverthorn.
T130 - Cassette, 68 minutes. 2 sides. June 13, 1973. Abraham Vereide Memorial Prayer Breakfast, held at the Rossmore Leisure World Clubhouse which apparently is in Florida.
T131 - Cassette, 73 minutes. 2 sides. June 13, 1973. Meeting at Fellowship House in Washington, DC, to hear report of a trip taken by various representatives of ICL to other countries and concluding with a report from Cliff Robinson on his recent trip around the world which included visiting Christian groups in many countries.
T132 - Reel-to reel, 1-7/8 ips. November 8, 1973. District of Columbia Mayor-Commissioner Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton Hotel. Charlie Harraway, fullback for the Washington Redskins, was the principal speaker, although others, including Mayor-Commissioner Walter E. Washington, also spoke and Senator Harold Hughes gave the closing prayer, as he did for many of the Mayor-Commissioner's prayer breakfasts.
T133 - Reel-to-reel, 7 ½ ips. 1 side only. Sometime in 1974. The Kentucky Governor's Prayer Breakfast, addressed by Senator Harold Hughes of Iowa.
T134 - Cassette. 2 sides. January 31, 1974. Program of the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton. Program included an Old Testament reading by Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, New Testament reading by Speaker of the House Carl Albert, prayer for national leaders by Vice President Gerald Ford, message by Senator Harold Hughes and comments by President Nixon. Senator John Stennis presided.
T135 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 1, 1974. Testimony of Bobbie Hassman at a women's prayer breakfast in Salem, Oregon [?]
T136 - Reel-to reel, 1-7/8 ips, 62 minutes. District of Columbia Mayor-Commissioner Prayer Breakfast, December 12, 1974 at the Washington Hilton Hotel. Wendell Russell, President of Federal City College, was the principal speaker, although others, including Mayor-Commissioner Walter E. Washington, also spoke.
T137 - Reel-to-reel, 57 minutes, 1-7/8 ips. 1 side. January 29, 1975. Program following Fellowship Council Dinner at the Washington Hilton, the evening before the National Prayer Breakfast. Walter Judd gave the invocation. Frederick Dent presided. Several government leaders and visitors from overseas talked about their faith and the meaning of prayer to them.
T138 - Cassette. 2 sides. January 30, 1975. Program of the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton. John R. Dellenback presided. People who spoke or read Scripture included Billy Graham, Senator Sam Nunn, and Governor Reuben Askew of Florida. The message was from congressman Albert Quie of Minnesota, followed by remarks from president Gerald Ford and a concluding prayer by Harold Hughes.
T139 - Reel-to reel, 3-3/4 ips, one side only. January 30, 1975. Remarks by President Gerald Ford during the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC
T140 - Cassette. 2 sides. Leadership Seminar Luncheon; January 30, 1975. Congressman Graham Purcell presiding. The Honorable Harold E. Hughes was the primary speaker.
T141 - Cassette, approximately 82 minutes. 2 sides. Leadership Seminar; January 30, 1975. Congressman Al Quie, presiding. Special messages presented by Senator Mark Hatfield and W. Weaver.
T142 - Cassette, approximately 76 minutes. 2 sides. January 30, 1975. Leadership Seminar, following the National Prayer Breakfast, Senator Pete Dominici presiding. Messages presented by R. J. Perrault Canad, General Silverthorn, and John Dellenback.
T143 - Cassette, approximately 76 minutes. 2 sides. Leadership Seminar; January 30, 1975. Senator Lawton Chiles presiding. Billy Graham was the main speaker.
T144 - Cassette, 90 minutes. 2 sides. January 30, 1975. Urban Leadership Seminar, following the National Prayer Breakfast. John Staggers presiding. Includes testimonies and brief comments by various people.
T145 - Cassette, 35 minutes. 1 side. January 30, 1975. Conclusion of the Urban Leadership Seminar, following the National Prayer Breakfast. John Staggers presiding. Includes testimonies and brief comments by various people.
T146 - Cassette, approximately 88 minutes. 2 sides. June 30, 1975. Program following the Fellowship Family Supper for staff and supporters of the Fellowship Foundation. Dr. Richard C. Halverson presiding. Speakers include Mark Small, a leader of the Cheyenne people.
T147 - Cassette. 2 sides. April 19, 1975. Mayor's Prayer Breakfast in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The main speaker was Charles Colson.
T148 - Reel-to reel, 1-7/8 ips. District of Columbia Mayor-Commissioner Prayer Breakfast, November 13, 1975 at the Mayflower Hotel. Speakers included the Mayor-Commissioner of Washington, Walter Washington.
T149 - Reel-to-reel, 7 ½ ips, 10 minutes. 1 side only. January 1976, recorded messages for use during prayer breakfasts held in different locations among U.S. military personnel. Speakers include President Gerald R. Ford, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of the Army Martin Hoffman, Secretary of the Navy J. William Middendorf, and Secretary of the Air Force Thomas C. Reed
T150 - Reel-to-reel, 7 ½ ips. 1 side only. January 23, 1976. Radio program Panorama, broadcast on station WTTG in Washington, DC, hosted by Maury Povich, with commentator Ms. Bonnie Angelo. The guest on the show is correspondent and informant for the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The conversation is about contacts between U.S. intelligence agencies and journalists. Chuck Colson is referred to very briefly during the interview, in reference to knowledge of a list in the Nixon White House of journalists who were intelligence informants.
T151 - Cassette. 2 sides. September 11, 1976. Men's retreat, sponsored by Fellowship Foundation, at the conference center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Side 1: Doug Coe speaks on discipleship. Side 2: Presentation by John Bradford on prayer.
T152 - Cassette. 2 sides. September 11, 1976. Men's retreat, sponsored by Fellowship Foundation, at the conference center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Side 1: Musical program, then prayer, followed by a presentation by Douglas Coe. Side 2: Introduction by Douglas Coe, presentation by John Staggers on dying to worldly things.
T153 - Cassette. 2 sides. ca. September 11, 1976. Men's retreat, sponsored by Fellowship Foundation, at the conference center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Side 1: Presentation by Tom Skinner. Side 2: Presentation by Douglas Coe.
T154 - Cassette. 2 sides. ca. September 11, 1976. Men's retreat, sponsored by Fellowship Foundation, at the conference center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Sid 1: Presentation by Senator Harold Hughes. First few minutes of side 1 are blank. Side 2: Presentation by Bill Milliken.
T155 - Cassette. 2 sides. ca. September 11, 1976. Men's retreat, sponsored by Fellowship Foundation, at the conference center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Side 1: Bill Milliken speaking. Audio quality very poor. Side 2: Presentation by former Senator Loc of South Vietnam.
T156 - Cassette. 2 sides. Ca. September 11, 1976. Men's retreat, sponsored by Fellowship Foundation, at the conference center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Side 1: Presentation by Bill Wilson on alcoholism and his own testimony. Side 2: Presentation by John Staggers.
T157 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 1 side. January 27, 1977. Urban Leadership Seminar following the National Prayer Breakfast, held at Washington Hilton, led by African Americans; part 1, 1/27/77.
T158 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 1 side. Conclusion of tape T157.
T159 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. 2 sides. January 27 [?] 1977. Side 1: Charles Colson, presiding over a seminar following the National Prayer Breakfast, Richard Lovelace on the historical background of spiritual awakenings in the United States; Congressman John Buchann on the congressional prayer group, other speakers talked about the work of the fellowship in the United States and other parts of the world; side 2: Panel of J. Edwin Orr, Bishop Landis, Richard Lovelace on the history of revivals. Richard Halverson was moderator.
T160 - Cassette. 2 sides. March 10, 1977. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Mayor's Prayer Breakfast. Congressman John B. Conlan was the speaker.
T161 - Reel-to-reel, 1-7/8 ips. 1 side only. March 31, 1977. National Prayer Breakfast of Canada, including participation by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and a presentation by Charles Colson.
T162 - Cassette. 1 side only. April 15, 1977. Beach Retreat in California, addressed by Doug Coe and others. Audio quality poor.
T163 - Cassette. 2 sides. April 17, 1977. Side 1: Prayer breakfast in Oregon, possibly Portland, addressed by Douglas Coe. Side 2: Beach Retreat in California, addressed by Doug Coe and others. Audio quality poor.
T164 - Cassette. 2 sides. April 18, 1977. Prayer breakfast in Oregon, possibly Eugene, addressed by Douglas Coe. Coe talks a little about his own conversion while attending school nearby.
T165 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. 90 minutes. February 2, 1978. Program of the National Prayer Breakfast, presided over by Senator John B. Allen. Includes remarks by John J. Siricca, Senator Richard Luger, Barbara Jordan, Harold Hughes, a message from Max Cleland of Veteran Affairs, and President Jimmy Carter.
T166 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Seminar following the
Presidential Prayer Breakfast. Includes reports about various attendees on things going on in their lives including greetings from the House of Commons of England and a report on evangelistic efforts in the South Pacific, Jay Kesler of Youth for Christ. Main speaker was Tony Campolo who spoke on recognizing that God is not a national deity. Washington, DC.
T167 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Seminar following the National Prayer Breakfast, during which various people share their testimonies and reports from their individual ministries and experience. The seminar concluded with a message from Roman Catholic bishop Fulton J. Sheen. Washington, DC.
T168 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Informal discussion and sharing by government officials and others attending the National Prayer Breakfast about their faith and what was going on in their lives. Washington, DC.
T169 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Seminar on labor-management relations, following the National Prayer Breakfast. Participants included the Under Secretary of Labor. Washington, DC.
T170 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 sides. February 2, 1978. Seminar on urban ministries in Washington, DC, coordinated by John Staggers following the National Prayer Breakfast. Washington, DC Includes testimonies, discussion and music.
T171 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Woman's seminar following the National Prayer Breakfast in which women from various parts of the world shared about their faith and ministries, including several involved with the ministry of Fellowship House in Washington, DC
T172 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Seminar following the National Prayer Breakfast, during which various people share their testimonies and reports from their individual ministries and experience. Washington, DC.
T174 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Seminar following the National Prayer Breakfast in which attendees from various parts of the world shared about their faith and ministries, followed by a message from Leighton Ford. Other speakers include Marvin Watson. Presided over by John R. Dellenback. Washington, DC.
T175 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. seminar on prison ministry presided over by Charles Colson. Attendees described their own faith and their involvement in various types of prison work. Speakers include Norman Carlson, head of the federal prison system. Washington, DC.
T176 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 sides. February 2, 1978. Seminar on ministry by and among Native Americans. Includes representatives from various Indian peoples across the nations, talking about their activities and their own faith and experience of Christ. Washington, DC.
T177 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Luncheon following the
National Prayer Breakfast, with testimonies and comments by several participants. Presided over by Senator Mark Hatfield. Washington, DC.
T178 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 1 side only. February 2, 1978. Family Night Dinner, a time of rather informal sharing and testimonies during the series of meetings that started with the National Prayer Breakfast.
T179 - Cassette. 2 sides. January 18, 1979. Program of the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC, Congressman Richard Schultz presiding. Includes a prayer by Billy Graham, a prayer from Senator Mark Hatfield, the message from Bishop Fulton Sheen and comments by President Jimmy Carter.
T180 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 7, 1980. Excerpts from the program of the 1980 National Prayer Breakfast. Senator Mark Hatfield presided. Includes grace by Senator Frank Carlson, prayer for national leaders by Senator Sam Nunn, comments by President Jimmy Carter and a message from Representative Guy Vander Jagt of Michigan. Washington, D C.
T181 - Cassette. 2 sides. Seminar following the 1980 National Prayer Breakfast at which Tony Campolo was the main speaker, talking about the dangers of civil religion.
T182 - Reel-to-reel, 7 ½ ips. 1 side only. February 5, 1981. Excerpts from the program of the 1981 National Prayer Breakfast. Congressman Elwood Hillis presided. Includes singing "Happy Birthday" to President Reagan, a message from Congressman Albert Quie, comments by President Reagan.
T183 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 5, 1981. Excerpts from the program of the 1981 National Prayer Breakfast. Congressman Elwood Hillis presided. Includes an opening prayer by Barbara Williams, a statement of purpose by Billy Graham, Old Testament reading by Mayor of New York Edward Koch, a New Testament reading by vice president George Bush, prayer for national leaders by Senator Lawton Chiles, singing "Happy Birthday" to President Reagan, a message from Congressman Albert Quie, comments by President Reagan.
T184 - Cassette. 1 side only. Ca. 1981. Richard Halverson speaking to a student leadership conference, apparently part of the same occasion as T185 and T186. Halverson talked about the twelve disciples and working together and being committed to each other. Discusses briefly his friendship with Douglas Coe.
T185 - Cassette. 2 sides. Ca. 1981. Apparently part of the same occasion as T184 and T186, a student leadership conference. Side 1: Mark Hatfield speaking about leadership; side 2: Richard Halverson speaking on demonstrating a Christian life.
T186 - Cassette. 2 sides. Ca. 1981. Apparently part of the same occasion as T184 and T185, a student leadership conference. Side 1: Charles Colson speaking about his own testimony and showing Christ in your life.
T187 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 3, 1983. Excerpts from the program of the 1983 National Prayer Breakfast. Congressman Arlan Strangeland presided. Includes comments by Senator David Durenburger, an Old Testament reading by Edward Meese, prayer for national leaders by Governor William Winer of Mississippi, a message from chairman of the Join Chiefs of Staff John Vessey Jr., comments by President Reagan, and benediction by Billy Graham. The second side of the tape is distorted, but still understandable.
T188 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 3, 1983. Sessions following the 1983 National Prayer Breakfast. Seminar B: Dr. Richard Halverson.
T189 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 3, 1983. Sessions following the 1983 National Prayer Breakfast. Seminar C: Harold Hughes. Tape ends in the middle of the presentation.
T190 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 3, 1983. Sessions following the 1983 National Prayer Breakfast. Seminar D: Bob McEwen.
T191 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 3, 1983. Sessions following the 1983 National Prayer Breakfast. Seminar E: Bill Nelson. Tape ends before the end of the presentation.
T192 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 3, 1983. Sessions following the 1983 National Prayer Breakfast. Seminar F: Bill Armstrong. Tape ends in the middle of the presentation.
T193 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 3, 1983. Sessions following the 1983 National Prayer Breakfast. Leadership Luncheon; John Stott speaking.
T194 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 4, 1984. Program of the 1984 National Prayer Breakfast. Presided over by Senator Mark Hatfield. Includes opening prayer by Vice President Bush, comments by Congressman Charles Whitley, an Old Testament reading by Jacob Javits, New Testament reading by Elizabeth Dole, a message by Barbara Jordan and comments by President Reagan.
T195 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 4, 1984. Sessions following the 1984 National Prayer Breakfast. Jefferson Seminar; Albert Quie, moderator.
T196 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 4, 1984. Sessions following the 1984 National Prayer Breakfast. Georgetown Seminar; Martin Bostetter, moderator.
T197 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 4, 1984. Sessions following the 1984 National Prayer Breakfast. Leadership Luncheon; Bill Armstrong was the main speaker.
T198 - Cassette. 2 sides. 1985 National Prayer Breakfast. Excerpts of programs of the regional dinners held apparently the evening before the prayer breakfast.
T199 - Cassette. 2 sides. Program of the 1985 National Prayer Breakfast. Presided over by Congressman Ralph Regula. Includes opening prayer by George Schultz, comments by Congressman Wes Watkins, an Old Testament reading by George Bush, New Testament reading by Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, a message by Governor George Deumejian of California and comments by President Reagan.
T200 - Cassette. 2sides. Sessions following the 1985 National Prayer Breakfast. Leadership Luncheon; Side 1: Carolyn Bonker reports on the visit of a group of congressional wives to Africa; Side 2: Talk by Andrew Young. 50 minutes total both sides
T201 - Cassette. 2 sides. Program of the 1986 National Prayer Breakfast. Includes statement of purpose by Billy Graham, opening prayer by the commandant of the Marine Corps, a reading from the Old Testament by Arthur Burns, message by Senator John Stennis and comments by President Ronald Reagan. Tape ends in the middle of the final song.
T202 - Cassette. 2 sides. Session following the 1986 National Prayer Breakfast. Southeastern Regional Seminar III. Speakers were from Virginia, West Virginia and Louisiana.
T203 - Cassette. 2 sides. Program from the 1987 National Prayer Breakfast. Includes an opening prayer by the chief of staff of the Navy, comments by Senator Paul Simon and Congressman Dan Daniels, an Old Testament reading by Vice President Bush, a New Testament reading by Coretta Scott King, prayer for national leaders by Governor John Ashcroft of Missouri, message by Elizabeth Dole and comments by President Reagan.
T204 - Cassette. 2 sides. February 4, 1988. Program of the 1988 National Prayer Breakfast. Presided over by Senator Lawton Chiles. Includes a program by the Wheaton College Men's Glee Club, opening prayer by Admiral William J. Crowl, comments from Senator Paul Trible, ambassador from Saudi Arabia Prince Bandar Ben Sauder with a reading from the Koran, music by Jim Nabors, prayer for national leaders by Secretary of the Treasury Jim Baker, message by Senator William Armstrong and comments by President Reagan.
T205 - Cassette. 2 sides. Ca. 1975. 30 minutes. Apparently a copy of the soundtrack of a television interview from stations WHO and WOC in Des Moines, Iowa about Senator Harold Hughes' decision to resign from the Senate to become a lay minister and do work for the Fellowship Foundation. Hughes describes in detail his desire to spend part of his life working full-time for Jesus Christ. He also talks extensively of some of the political and moral problems facing the government.
T206 - Cassette. 2 sides. The Windy Gap Women's Retreat, May 16-18, 1980, held at the retreat center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Side 1: Presentation by Edith Marshall. Side 2: Special Music.
T207 - Cassette. 2 sides. The Windy Gap Women's Retreat, May 16-18, 1980, held at the retreat center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Side 1: Presentation by Colleen "Coke" Evans on the book of Philippians. Side 2: Presentation by Jean Ford.
T208 - Cassette. 2 sides. The Windy Gap Women's Retreat, May 16-18, 1980, held at the retreat center in Windy Gap, North Carolina. Side 1: Presentation by Rita Houston. Side 2: Music by Evans Gilmore and Karen Wright.
T209 - Cassette. 2 sides. Ca. 1980. Portion of the program of the Bermuda Conference. Side 1 is a talk by Tom Skinner on the development of leaders. Side 2 is a talk by Doug Holiday on the need for Christians to show love for one another in their life. Holiday also talks about the work of Fellowship Foundation.
T210 - Cassette. 2 sides. Talk by John Hayman given during one of the seminars held after a National Prayer Breakfast, in which he describes his work of producing a series of films that describe the entire Bible.
T211 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. ca. 1 hour. 1 side only. May 1965. Prayer breakfast, apparently of members of Congress, addressed by Ambassador Dinke of Ethiopia. Introduction by Senator Benjamin Everett Jordan, prayer by Senator Milward Simpson, introduction by Congressman Albert Quie (including the reading of a message from Haile Selassie), talk by Ambassador Berhanou Dinke, comments by Vice President Hubert Humphrey, comments by the ambassador from Ghana, Miguel Augustus Riberio.
Type of material: Films
Accession: 97-44, 14-24
The Archives has one copy of each film, in 16mm format, unless otherwise noted. The following items are in the FILM FILE:
b&w / c
Length in minutes
Come to Dine.
Scenes from the 1959 National Prayer Breakfast, held in Washington, D.C. Speakers on the film include Frank Carlson, Abraham Vereide, Richard Halverson, Alvin Bentley, Vice President Richard Nixon, and Boyd Leedom.
How Great Thou Art.
Scenes from the 1960 National Prayer Breakfast, held in Washington, D.C. Speakers on the film include Harold John Ockenga, John Cordle, Frank Carlson, Jerome Hines and W. C. Jones.
Voice over introduction by Roy Rogers, main presentation by Billy Graham, followed by remarks by President John F. Kennedy. Also participating in the program were Frank Carlson, Richard Halverson, Judge Marvin Jones, Robert McNamara, Jerome Hines (giving his testimony and singing Blessed Assurance), Bruce Houser, W. C. Jones (testimony), and Lyndon Johnson. Abraham Vereide concluded the service with a prayer. This film did not come from the Fellowship Foundation but was donated by a private indiviudal.
color, badly faded
Department of Defense
Edited version of the breakfast, prepared apparently to be shown to military groups. Participants in the program include Albert Quie, Floyd B. Hicks, Strom Thurmond, Arthur Burns, Billy Graham, Bryron White, Mayor Walter Washington, and President Richard Nixon. The program concluded with a prayer by Harold Hughes. There was a brief description of military prayer breakfasts inserted into the middle of Mayor Washington’s comments. This film did not come from the Fellowship Foundation but was donated by a private indiviudal.
Accession: 84-101, 92-139
Type of material: Negatives
The following items are located in the NEGATIVE FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below. All the negatives are black and white, unless otherwise noted.
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT DAVID. Eisenhower with Frank Carlson; Eisenhower with Abraham Vereide. 2, n.d.
MICHELET, EDMOND. Michelet standing with back to mirror, arms folded. N.d.
PRESIDENTIAL PRAYER BREAKFAST, 1967. Scenes from the prayer breakfast, including photos of the people at various tables and shots of some of the speakers. 59 negatives.
PRESIDENTIAL PRAYER BREAKFAST, 1968. Scenes from the prayer breakfast, including photos of the people at various tables and shots of some of the speakers. 42 negatives.
ROBINSON, CLIFTON. Portrait shot. n.d.*****
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below. All the photos are black and white, unless otherwise noted. If there is no indication of the number of photos, the file contains 1 photo.
BELL, LEMUEL NELSON. Bell speaking at a podium at the Mayflower Hotel. n.d. 3 b&w.
BERLIN, GERMANY. Photos of the building of the Berlin war and graves of people who tried to flee to nonCommunist Berlin. 10 b&w.
BOLTEN, JOHN. Portrait photo of Bolten. N.d. 1 b&w.
BUTT, HOWARD E. Portrait photo, ca. 1958.
CARLSON, FRANK. Carlson meeting with attendees at various prayer breakfasts, including Dale Evans, Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson, and other dignitaries. Also snapshots of the dedication of the Frank Carlson Library in Concordia, Kansas, on June 30, 1976. Art Linkletter was master of ceremonies. 1965, 1976, n.d. 10 b&w, 15 color.
CHING, PETER P. S. Preaching at the United Nations, visiting Abraham Vereide's grave site, unidentified. 1975-1976. 1 b&w, 4 color.
COE, DOUGLAS. Scenes of Coe at various prayer breakfasts and other meetings sponsored by the Fellowship Foundation. Also with him in pictures are Richard and Pat Nixon, Mark Hatfield, Billy Graham, Frank Carlson, Hubert Humphrey, the Soviet ambassador, W. C. Jones and many others. 1970, 1973, n.d. 22 b&w, 5 color.
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT DAVID. Scenes of Eisenhower speaking, listening and greeting people at the 1960 annual conference of International Christian leadership in Washington, DC. Among the people in the photos are Frank Carlson and W. C. Jones. 21 b&w.
FENG YU HSIANG. Reception for Feng at the Chinese American Christian Alliance headquarters in New York City, December 17, 1946. Peter Ching is among the guests.
FELLOWSHIP HOUSE. People meeting and talking at Fellowship House. 1976, n.d. 8 b&w.
FORD, GERALD F. Ford speaking at meetings sponsored by the Fellowship Foundation and chatting with people there. Other people in the photos include Betty Ford, Mark Hatfield, Carl Albert, and Harold Hughes. N.d. (probably mid-1970s). 19 b&w.
GEDAT, GUSTAV-ADOLF. One portrait photo, one of Gedat greeting people. n.d. 2 b&w.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN "BILLY"- 1960s. Graham attending, greeting people at and speaking to, prayer breakfasts and other meetings sponsored by International Christian Leadership. Among the people appearing with him in pictures are Frank Carlson, Ruth Graham, W. C. Jones, Ladybird Johnson, Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Robert MacNamara, John McCormick, Dean Rusk, Abraham Vereide. 1960s. 39 b&w, 2 color.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN "BILLY"- 1970s. Close up of Graham at the 1973 NPB and speaking at the National Tribal Council of America(?) in 1975; 1 b&w, 1 color.
HALVERSON, RICHARD. Halverson speaking at prayer breakfasts. Others in photos include Frank Carlson, Douglas Coe, Gerald Ford, Abraham Vereide. 1963, 1971, n.d. 15 b&w.
HATFIELD, MARK. Hatfield speaking at or attending meetings sponsored by International Christian Leadership. Other people in the pictures include Douglas Coe and Gerald Ford. 1976, n.d. 7 b&w, 3 color.
HEYN, FRED. Heyn at a table with two other men. N.d.
HUGHES, HAROLD. Hughes at various meetings sponsored by International Christian Leadership. 1973, n.d. 7 b&w.
HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. Humphrey at various meetings sponsored by International Christian Leadership and being sworn in as vice president. 1965-1968. 11 b&w.
INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP. Visit of ICL leaders (including Richard Halverson) to Japan; a 1957 conference in New Delhi, India; a 1960 ICL conference in Montana, ICL meetings in New York state and Cambridge, England; the International Council of Christian Leadership world conference in Paris in 1962; dedication in 1963 of a hospital funded by ICL in southern India; a conference in Costa Rica, several miscellaneous shots of ICL meetings in different countries. 1955-1963, n.d. 130 b&w, 10 color.
JOHNSON, LYNDON BAINES. Johnson speaking at meetings sponsored by the ICL and chatting with people there. Other people in the photos include Frank Carlson, Douglas Coe, Billy Graham, Hubert Humphrey, W. C. Jones, Ladybird Johnson, John F. Kennedy, John McCormick. N.d. 45 b&w.
KENNEDY, JOHN FITZGERALD. Kennedy speaking at meetings sponsored by the ICL and chatting with people there. Other people in the photos include Frank Carlson, Dean Rusk, Gustav Adolph Gedat, Billy Graham, W. C. Jones, Ladybird Johnson, Lyndon Johnson, Robert MacNamara.
LAWRENCE, DAVID. Portrait photo of David Lawrence inscribed to Douglas Coe. 1970.
LEYASMEYER, KARLIS. Leyasmeyer with a Russian displaced person and a college president, n.d.
MICHELET, EDMOND. Scenes of Michelet at various ICCL events. 1954-1962, n.d. 4 b&w.
MORKEN, DAVID. Picture of missionaries David and Helen Morken and their six children. 1955.
NIXON, RICHARD MILHOUS. Nixon speaking at meetings sponsored by the ICL and chatting with people there. Other people in the photos include Spiro Agnew, Frank Carlson, Betty Ford, Gerald Ford, Billy Graham, Mark Hatfield, Harold Hughes, W. C. Jones, Edmund Muskie, Pat Nixon, Abraham Vereide, and Earl Warren. 1959-1973, n.d. 19 b&w.
OCKENGA, HAROLD JOHN. Close-up of Ockenga at an ICL banquet. N.d.
ORR, J. EDWIN. Orr speaking at an ICL meeting.
PIERCE, ROBERT. Pierce at various ICL events. Other people in the photos include Douglas Coe, Richard Halverson, W. C. Jones. N.d. 9 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS. Miscellaneous scenes from various prayer breakfasts sponsored by ICL (including Breakfasts in Japan and Venezuela), including registration, attendees shaking hands, attendees praying together, dining, breakfast being filmed by television cameras, training of ushers. Some pictures, which may not be of prayer breakfasts, include people at some project involving tithing wheat. People in the photos in this folder include Douglas Coe, Henry Ford, Henry Ford II, Henry Kissinger, Robert MacNamara, George Romney, George Schultz, John Tower, Elmo Zumwalt Jr. 1970, N.d. 60 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - CANADIAN; 1964. First Canadian National Prayer Breakfast at the Chateau Laurier Hotel in Ottawa, June 2, 1964.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - COMMISSIONERS. Breakfast meeting apparently in Washington, DC, for police commissioners. Richard Halverson is one of the people in the pictures. N.d. 12 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - DC, MAYOR'S; 1970. Scenes of the city's governmental and civic leaders attending the breakfast. October 29, 1970. 17 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - DC, MAYOR'S; 1971. Scenes of the city's governmental and civic leaders attending the breakfast. 8 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - DC, MAYOR'S; 1972. Scenes of the city's governmental and civic leaders attending the breakfast. 9 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - GOVERNORS. Scenes from governor's prayer breakfasts held in South Dakota, Vermont, Oklahoma and other states. 1961-1965, n.d. 14 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - GOVERNORS; 1964. Scenes from governor's prayer
breakfasts held in Jefferson City, Missouri, on February 27, 1964. 23 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - LIBERIAN. Scenes from a prayer breakfast held in Washington, DC, for President William Tubman of Liberia sometime in the 1970s. 14 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1960. Abraham Vereide, Dwight
Eisenhower and William C. Jones talking together at the breakfast held February 18, 1960.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1965. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Frank Carlson, Tom Clarke, Doug Coe, Norman Grubb, Harold Hughes, Lyndon Johnson, W.C. Jones, Hubert Humphrey, Everett Jordan, Al Quie, Millard Simpson, Abraham Vereide, the Soviet Ambassador and the Panamanian Ambassador. 29 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1967. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Frank Carlson, Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson, John McCormick, Albert Quie, Abraham Vereide. 16 b &w (some of these are proof sheets.)
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1968. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Frank Carlson, Bill Glass, Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson, Charles Malik, John McCormick, Albert Quie, Abraham Vereide. 30 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1969. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Spiro Agnew, Frank Carlson, Gerald Ford, Billy Graham, John McCormick, Edmund Muskie, Pat Nixon, Richard Nixon, Albert Quie, George Romney, Abraham Vereide. 58 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1970. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Frank Carlson, Douglas Coe, Melvin Laird, John Mitchell, Pat Nixon, Richard Nixon, Albert Quie. 40 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1971. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Carl Albert, Warren Burger, Frank Carlson, John Connally, Gerald Ford, Billy Graham, Melvin Laird, John McCormick, Edmund Muskie, Pat Nixon, Richard Nixon, Albert Quie, Elliott Richardson, George Romney. 33 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1972. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Billy Graham, Richard Nixon, Elliott Richardson, George Romney. 19 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1973. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Carl Albert, Warren Burger, Arthur Burns, Frank Carlson, Douglas Coe, Sam Ervin, Billy Graham, Mark Hatfield, Melvin Laird, Pat Nixon, Richard Nixon, Albert Quie, George Romney. 52 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1974. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Carl Albert, Jimmy Carter, Rosalyn Carter, Gerald Ford, Billy Graham, Harold Hughes, Melvin Laird, Pat Nixon, Richard Nixon. 18 b&w, 13 color.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1975. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Betty Ford, Gerald Ford, Billy Graham, Harold Hughes, Albert Quie, Nelson Rockefeller, . 18 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1976. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Arthur Burns, Douglas Coe, Charles Colson, Betty Ford, Gerald Ford, Billy Graham, Mark Hatfield, Harold Hughes, Henry Kissinger, Albert Quie, Elliott Richardson. 105 b&w.
PRAYER BREAKFASTS - PRESIDENTIAL; 1981. Scenes from the breakfast sponsored by ICL. People in the photos include Barbara Bush, George Bush, Douglas Coe, Billy Graham, Richard Halverson, Nancy Reagan, Ronald Reagan. 117 b&w.
QUIE, ALBERT. At various prayer breakfasts, talking with Pat Nixon, Richard Nixon. 1967-1969, n.d. 4 b&w.
REHNQUIST, WILLIAM. At an unidentified prayer breakfast.
ROBINSON, CLIFTON. Portrait photo, n.d.
ROGERS, ROY. With Dale Evans at an unidentified prayer breakfast.
SHEA, GEORGE BEVERLY. Singing at an unidentified prayer breakfast attended by Frank Carlson, Billy Graham and Lyndon Johnson.
TAYLOR, HERBERT JOHN. Standing with an unidentified man in front of a large wooden cross, in back of which are the flags of many nations. N.d.
Vereide, ABRAHAM. At various prayer breakfasts and similar functions, including a meeting in Costa Rica, talking with Frank Carlson, Billy Graham, W. C. Jones, Lyndon Baines Johnson, B. Everett Jordan, the Soviet ambassador. 1961-1969, n.d. 37 b&w, 2 color.
WARREN, EARL. Attending unidentified prayer breakfast. 3 b&w.
WIERWILLE, VICTOR PAUL. Color postcard of Wierwille at his desk at the Way International ln Knoxville, Ohio. N.d.
WINONA LAKE. INDIANA. Scenes from a conference held at Winona lake, including interior and exterior shots of the Billy Sunday Tabernacle. Ca. 1950. 7 b&w.
YOUNG, ANDREW. Attending unidentified prayer breakfasts. N.d. 3 b&w.
YOUNG LIFE. Group of teenagers holding a Young Life banner. N.d.
|Note: The number in parentheses after each box is the number of folders in that box. In the listing for series II, IV-IX, the range of years after the semicolon and before the parentheses for each box description indicates the date of the earliest and latest documents in each box.|
|I. State Files|
|3||Alaska 1949-1987 (30)|
|28||Connecticut 1947-1970 (22)|
|29||Connecticut 1971-1987; District of Columbia 1943-1944 (19)|
|District of Columbia|
|47||District of Columbia 1986-1987; Delaware 1944-1960 (11)|
|48||Delaware 1960-1987 (31)|
|55||Florida 1987; Georgia 1945-1979 (20)|
|58||Georgia 1987; Hawaii 1958-1978 (36)|
|59||Hawaii 1983-1987; Idaho 1948-1979 (46)|
|60||Idaho 1983-1987; Illinois 1948-1958 (7)|
|71||Indiana 1985-1987; Iowa 1944-1968 (26)|
|72||Iowa 1969-1987; Kansas 1947-1962 (31)|
|75||Kansas 1976-1987; Kentucky 1945-1959 (17)|
|76||Kentucky 1959-1983 (27)|
|77||Kentucky 1984-1987; Louisiana 1946-1969 (28)|
|78||Louisiana 1968-1987 (20)|
|79||Maine 1950-1987; Maryland 1945 (37)|
|86||Maryland 1985-1987; Massachusetts 1940-1963 (5)|
|91||1984-1987; Michigan 1944-1961 (17)|
|94||Michigan 1984-1985; Minnesota 1944-1960 (20)|
|98||Mississippi 1948-1987 (45)|
|99||Missouri 1944-1970 (29)|
|100||Missouri 1971-1987; Montana 1944-1960 (30)|
|104||Montana 1979-1987; Nebraska 1944-1963 (20)|
|105||Nebraska 1964-1972 (17)|
|106||Nebraska 1973-1987; Nevada 1946-1961 (17)|
|107||Nevada 1962-1985; New Hampshire 1949-1968 (20)|
|108||New Hampshire 1969-1987 (44)|
|112||New Jersey 1983-1987; New Mexico 1943-1978 (19)|
|113||New Mexico 1979-1987; New York 1939-1947 (35)|
|129||North Carolina 1983-1987; North Dakota 1946-1965 (16)|
|130||North Dakota 1966-1987; Ohio 1943-1961 (33)|
|135||n.d., 1943-1962 (14)|
|141||n.d., 1 943-1955 (12)|
|148||Pennsylvania 1985-1987; Rhode Island 1947-1971 (22)|
|149||Rhode Island 1973-1984; South Carolina 1948-1984 (45)|
|150||South Carolina 1985-1987; South Dakota 1940-1987; Tennessee 1947-1968 (47)|
|151||Tennessee 1969-1979 (23)|
|152||Tennessee 1983-1987; Texas 1948-1959 (14)|
|156||Texas 1985-1987; Utah 1944-1975 (28)|
|157||Utah 1977-1987; Vermont 1948-1987; Virginia 1944-1955 (24)|
|167||Virginia 1987; Washington 1937 (3)|
|172||Washington 1985-1987; West Virginia 1944-1968 (21)|
|173||West Virginia 1969-1987; Wisconsin 1944-1971 (43)|
|174||Wisconsin 1971-1987; Wyoming 1948-1972 (42)|
|175||Wyoming 1973-1987 (6)|
|II. International Files|
|176||Afghanistan 1960--Algeria 1973; 1950-1985 (16); 1946-1987 (55)|
|177||Algeria 1974--Aruba 1983; 1946-1987 (24)|
|178||Asia 1956--Australia 1978; 1946-1978 (24)|
|179||Australia 1979-1986; 1979-1986 (10)|
|180||Australia 1987--Austria 1986; 1952-1987 (24)|
|181||Austria 1987--Belgium 1965; 1948-1987 (52)|
|182||Belgium 1966--Bermuda 1970; 1948-1987 (30)|
|183||Bermuda 1965-1987 (28)|
|184||Bermuda 1987--Brazil 1967; 1962-1987 (36)|
|185||Brazil 1968--Burma 1984; 1968-1987 (31)|
|186||Burma 1986--Canada 1960; 1946-1987 (17)|
|187||1961-1966; 1961-1971 (5)|
|189||1984--Alberta 1976; 1964-1987 (16)|
|190||Alberta 1977--Nova Scotia 1981; 1964-1983 (55)|
|191||Ontario 1964-1973; 1964-1973 (10)|
|192||Ontario 1973--Quebec 1964; 1964-1983 (12)|
|193||Canada, Quebec 1965--Canal Zone 1965; 1965-1983 (30)|
|194||Canal Zone 1966--China 1958; 1957-1987 (54)|
|195||China 1957--Columbia 1985; 1946-1987 (32)|
|196||Columbia 1986--Costa Rica 1964; 1946-1987 (18)|
|199||Costa Rica 1975--Cuba 1957; 1946-1987 (15)|
|200||Cuba 1961--East Germany 1987; 1946-1987 (85)|
|201||Ecuador 1957--El Salvador 1987; 1946-1987 (62)|
|209||England 1986--Ethiopia 1962; 1962-1987 (9)|
|210||Ethiopia 1965-1986 (28)|
|211||Europe 1964--Fiji 1987; 1957-1987 ()20|
|212||Finland 1946--France 1956; 1946-1987 (31)|
|217||France 1981--Germany 1956; 1946-1987 (24)|
|220||Germany 1967--Ghana 1977; 1957-1977 (12)|
|221||Ghana 1978--Greece 1966; 1946-1987 (18)|
|222||Greece 1967--Grenada 1986; 1967-1987 (28)|
|223||Guadeloupe 1982--Guyana 1986; 1957-1987 (67)|
|224||Haiti 1961--Hong Kong 1956; 1946-1987 (18)|
|225||Hong Kong 1946-1984 (27)|
|226||Hong Kong 1985--India 1961-1963; 1946-1985 (25)|
|229||India 1982--Indonesia 1979; 1957-1987 (25)|
|230||Indonesia 1980--Ireland 1971; 1946-1987 (37)|
|231||Ireland 1972--Israel 1987; 1961-1987 (39)|
|232||Italy 1946-1976 (19)|
|233||Italy 1977--Jamaica 1987; 1966-1987 (50)|
|236||Jordan 1964--Kenya 1985; 1957-1987 (42)|
|237||Kenya 1986--Korea 1972; 1946-1987 (15)|
|238||Korea 1973--Kuwait 1981; 1973-1985 (21)|
|239||Kuwait 1982--Liberia 1966; 1946-1987 (47)|
|240||Liberia 1967--Mali 1987; 1967-1987 (63)|
|241||Malta 1969--Mid--East 1974; 1957-1987 (57)|
|242||Mid--East 1978--Netherlands 1951; 1946-1987 (47)|
|245||Netherlands Antilles 1982--Nicaragua 1984; 1965-1987 (61)|
|246||Nicaragua 1985--Northern Ireland 1978; 1964-1987 (44)|
|247||Northern Ireland 1975--Pakistan 1973; 1946-1987 (37)|
|248||Pakistan 1975--Peru 1972; 1955-1987 (55)|
|249||Peru 1973--Philippines 1972; 1956-1987 (26)|
|250||Philippines 1973--Poland 1987; 1964-1987 (32)|
|251||Portugal 1966--Qatar 1979; 1957-1987 (37)|
|252||Qatar 1981--Sao Tome and Principe 1985; 1971-1987 (61)|
|253||Saudi Arabia 1946--Singapore 1979; 1966-1987 (61)|
|254||Singapore 1981--South Africa 1977; 1974-1987 (30)|
|255||South Africa 1978--South America 1969; 1955-1987 (11)|
|256||South America 1965--Spain 1967; 1955-1987 (21)|
|257||Spain 1968---1977 (14)|
|258||Spain 1978--Sudan 1966; 1966-1987 (40)|
|259||Sudan 1967--Sweden 1966; 1946-1987 (27)|
|260||Sweden 1967--Switzerland 1967; 1946-1987 (24)|
|261||Switzerland 1965--Taiwan 1972; 1965-1987 (37)|
|262||Taiwan 1972--Tunisia 1979; 1966-1987 (70)|
|263||Tunisia 1981--United Nations 1974; 1948-1987 (59)|
|264||Upper Volta 1966--Vietnam 1972; 1965-1987 (64)|
|265||Vietnam 1982--West Germany 1951; 1965-1987 (37)|
|266||West Germany 1982--Zimbabwe 1987; 1968-1987 (38)|
|III. National Prayer Breakfast (NPB or PPB) Files|
|267||Program 1960--Regrets 1967 (15)|
|268||Seminar 1967--Approved 1968 (13)|
|269||Responses 1968--Invoices 1969 (10)|
|270||Notebook 1969--Additions 1970 (13)|
|271||Invitation--Invitation Responses (6)|
|272||Key Man Seminar 1970--Asia 1971 (14)|
|274||Follow--ups--Men's Leadership (19)|
|275||Military--Seminar Reports (24)|
|276||1971 Service Clubs---1972 Clergy (35)|
|277||Clergy--Higher Education (25)|
|278||Hosts--Medical Seminar (34)|
|279||Military--Prime Contact (26)|
|280||Program Materials--University Administrators (24)|
|281||1972 University Administrators---1973 Correspondence (27)|
|284||Lists--Program Participants (10)|
|285||1973 Prospectus---1974 Congressional Committee (29)|
|286||Correspondence--Invitations (100-199) (11)|
|287||Invitations (200--299)--NPB Misc. (11)|
|288||Banking, Original Source--Lists, Original Source (18)|
|289||Mayors, Original Source--Responses (21)|
|290||Responses--VIP Letters (21)|
|291||1974 Volunteers---1975 Invitations (22)|
|292||Invitations--Original Sources (28)|
|293||Original Sources--Ushers (28)|
|294||1975 VIP Letters---1976 Hosts (21)|
|295||Hilton Hotel--Initial Responses (11)|
|298||1976 Ushers---1977 Forms (19)|
|299||Governor--Invitation Requests (17)|
|300||Invitation Requests (8)|
|302||Supreme Court--Misc. (14)|
|303||Admit Cards--Fellowship Dinner (22)|
|306||Key Women--Responses (19)|
|307||Response Information--Ushers (20)|
|308||Acceptances--Financial Statements (37)|
|311||Registration--Weekly Logistics (34)|
|312||1979 White House Liaisons---1980 Initial Letters (36)|
|313||International Leaders--Printing Samples (29)|
|314||Printing Samples--Urban (33)|
|315||1980 VIP No---1981 Hosts (29)|
|316||Hotels--Printing Samples (27)|
|318||1981 Wednesday Night Dinners---1982 Hilton Arrangements (34)|
|322||Schedules--VIP Requests (22)|
|323||Volunteers---1984 Correspondence (18)|
|324||1984 Diplomatic Guests---1985 Hosts Declining (29)|
|325||Host Letter--Invitation Lists (16)|
|326||Invitation Lists (14)|
|327||Invitation Lists (13)|
|329||Seminars--Work Assignments (19)|
|331||Formal Addressing--Invitation Listing (21)|
|332||Invitation Listing (15)|
|333||Invitation Listing--Program (26)|
|334||1986 Program---1987 Functions (34)|
|335||Governors--Invitation Listing (20)|
|336||Invitation Listing (16)|
|337||Invitation Listing--1988 Briefing Letters (30)|
|338||Busses---Head Table (18)|
|339||Hosts--Invitation Listing (17)|
|340||Invitation Listing (12)|
|341||Invitation Listing (15)|
|342||Invitation Listing--Transportation (36)|
|343||United Nations--Sample Hand-outs (5)|
|344||Aide de Camps--Judicial (19)|
|345||Key Men--Petroleum Seminar (14)|
|346||Press Info--Secret Service (11)|
|IV. General Files|
|347||A--Allen; 1964-1981 (21)|
|348||All--India--Anderson, Rusty; 1963-1979 (16)|
|349||Anderson, Sigurd--Annual Conference; 1947-1977 (19)|
|350||Annual Conference 1959 receipts--Annual Conference 1962 Receipts; 1959-1962 (7)|
|351||Annual Conference 1963--Annual Conference Breakfast 1959; 1958-1964 (9)|
|352||Annual Conference Breakfast 1960--Archives; 1960-1979 (11)|
|353||Arkansas--Assisi Foundation; 1948-1980 (13)|
|354||Associates--Background; 1965-1981 (17)|
|355||Background/Principles--Barram, Dick 1969--70; 1960-1973 (9)|
|356||Barram, Dick 1971--Bell, James 1975; 1952-1980 (22)|
|357||Bell, James: Approval/Disapproval--B, 1980; 1946-1980 (17)|
|358||Bi, 1981--Bible Study Reference Material; 1954-1981 (8)|
|359||Bible Study Reference Material--Bird, Canon Wallace; 1962-1967 (13)|
|360||Bishop, John--Boyd, Forrest; 1950-1980 (24)|
|361||Br--Briefing Letter: May; 1960-1987 (8)|
|362||Briefing Letters--Broyles, Bob; 1949-1985 (17)|
|363||Brucker, Wilber--Bryers, Clovis; 1952-1980 (31)|
|364||C--Cambridge 1966; 1964-1980 (15)|
|365||Camp David Accords--Carlson, Frank, 1967; 1946-1980 (17)|
|366||Carlson, Frank, 1968--China; 1965-1981 (33)|
|367||China, Red 1970--Church; 1964-1974 (17)|
|368||Church History--Coe, Milt 1977--78; 1957-1981 (16)|
|369||Coe, Milt 1978--79 --Colson, Charles 1980; 1964-1981 (19)|
|370||Colson, Charles--Computer; 1969-1984 (15)|
|371||Computer Ideas--Conference, Bermuda 1974; 1961-1977 (11)|
|372||Bermuda 1975--Cambridge 1966; 1966-1975 (12)|
|373||Cambridge: Misc. 1966--Cambridge: Speeches 1966; 1966 (8)|
|374||Caribbean 1965--Ireland 1970; 1960-1970 (9)|
|375||Misc.--Seattle 1965; 1956-1965 (16)|
|376||Seattle Hotels 1965--Seattle Regrets 1965 (14)|
|377||Seattle Transportation 1965--Conferences, World 1968;|
|378||Conferences, World 1968--Conservative Baptist; 1958-1983 (15)|
|379||Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary--International Contacts; 1964-1974 (6)|
|380||International Contacts--National Contacts; 1962 (4)|
|381||National Contacts--Roy Cook 1965; 1959-1965 (4)|
|382||Roy Cook 1966--Core 1972; 1966-1982 (15)|
|383||1972--1976-81; 1972-1981 (15)|
|384||Briefing Booklet 1970--Memorandums; 1970-1975 (6)|
|385||Core Records 1969--70 --Charles Creighton 1974; 1968-1975 (16)|
|386||Brad Curl--Day of Fellowship 1974; 1967-1981 (20)|
|387||Day of Fellowship, Oregon--Denver 1968; 1968-1982 (19)|
|388||De Shields Jr.--DC Commissioners 1968; 1963-1973 (22)|
|389||DC Diplomatic Corps 1958-1960 --Doctrinal Issues; 1958-1981 (12)|
|390||R.B. Doing 1948--Elders; 1948-1981 (21)|
|391||Chester Egge--Extra Copies; 1948-1970 (18)|
|392||F--Fellowship House 1968; 1962-1980 (21)|
|393||Fellowship House 1969--Gerald Frank; 1965-1980 (22)|
|394||Fred Frazier--Gedat Gustav 1949; 1948-1981 (22)|
|395||Gustav Gedat 1949--Leon Glunz; 1949-1980 (21)|
|396||Gl--Jim Green; 1960-1980 (19)|
|397||Green Briar... 1973--Group Listings; 1962-1973 (12)|
|398||Group Mailings--H; 1957-1981 (13)|
|399||Habegger--Wallace Haines 1973; 1966-1984 (17)|
|400||1973--1974; 1973-1974 (3)|
|401||1975--undated; 1975-1982 (13)|
|402||Wallace Haines, France--Barry Harper; 1965-1974 (18)|
|403||Charles Harraway--He; 1970---1980 (27)|
|404||Headington--Fred Heyn; 1963-1980 (23)|
|405||HigginBotham--History; 1962-1980 (20)|
|406||Hitchcock--Hotaling, Oregon; 1958-1980 (21)|
|407||Kent Hotaling 1962--House of Reps 1959; 1950-1980 (20)|
|408||House of Reps 1960--House of Reps 1973; 1960-1973 (12)|
|409||House of Reps 1974--Harold Hughes; 1968-1980 (19)|
|410||Harold Hughes--Harold Hughes, News Info; 1969-1980 (16)|
|411||Harold Hughes Manuscript--IBM; 1980-1981 (5)|
|412||ICL--Institute for International Dev.; 1964-1985 (17)|
|413||Institutional Development Corps--International Students; 1966-1980 (17)|
|414||Internationals Thursday Dinners--IPAA; 1956-1980 (16)|
|415||Itineraries--US Jaycees; 1962-1983 (16)|
|417||A--Development; 1967--70 (8)|
|418||National Convention--Young Execs; 1964-1988 (7)|
|419||JCI Directories--Marion Johnson; 1965-1980 (23)|
|420||Stanley Jones--Herb Jost; 1962-1971 (29)|
|421||Herb Jost--Virgil Keels; 1963-1981 (19)|
|422||Key Internationals--Ezra Koch; 1958-1981 (19)|
|423||Koerner--Louis Kramp; 1966-1981 (9)|
|424||Louis Kramp--Graham Lacey; 1962-1981 (17)|
|425||Graham Lacey 1979--Leadership Foundation 1970; 1969-1983 (23)|
|426||Foundation--Letter; 1969-1971 (7)|
|427||Letter--Orientation; 1961-1971 (17)|
|428||Orientation--Seminar; 1960-1973 (12)|
|429||Leadership Orientation Seminar--Frank Ledford; 1961-1980 (19)|
|430||Boyd Leedom--Leyasmeyer; 1943-1979 (21)|
|431||Leyasmeyer, Financial--Leyasmeyer 1954-1966; 1951-1966 (16)|
|433||Lower Eastern--Ross Main; 1973-1981 (19)|
|434||Ross Main--Donald Matthews; 1959-1974 (29)|
|435||Megan Maxfield--Leo Meller; 1957-1981 (31)|
|436||Leo Meller--Edmond Michelet; 1964-1985 (13)|
|437||Michelet, Edmond letters--Misc.; 1956-1976 (25)|
|438||Misc.--Mo; 1964-1981 (12)|
|439||Mobil Core--Moody Institute of Science; 1962-1974 (12)|
|440||Morales, Dr. Ramon--Names put on Comm; 1949-1981 (28)|
|441||Names put on Comm.--National Solid Wastes Management; 1970-1977 (17)|
|442||National Student Leadership--Navigators Information; 1951-1973 (7)|
|443||Neal, Marie--Nix, Chip; 1949-1974 (28)|
|444||Nixon, President--Oklahoma; 1941-1980 (24)|
|445||Oklahoma Leadership Week--Oregon--Voland; 1955-1975 (17)|
|446||Orr, Edwin--Pastoral Charges; 1950-1980 (20)|
|447||Pattamady, Varghese--Philippas, Costas; 1950-1980 (26)|
|448||Phillips, Dave--Policy Committee; 1966-1981 (16)|
|449||Politics and Christianity--Prayer Breakfast: Invitations; 1962-1984 (23)|
|450||Misc.--1974; 1953-1975 (17)|
|451||1975--Congressional Wives; 1962-1975 (9)|
|452||Congressional Wives--Governor's; 1968-1976 (11)|
|453||Governor's--Mayor's; 1965-1985 (22)|
|454||Mayor's--National; 1960-1979 (16)|
|455||National--National Correctional; 1972-1980; (19)|
|456||Presidential (origins)--Presidential 1971; 1954-1971; (15)|
|457||Senate--Student Leadership; 1964-1980 (12)|
|458||Prayer Group Friday morning--Publications; 1957-1980 (25)|
|459||Puerto Rico--Reader's Digest; 1964-1981 (24)|
|460||Reading Material--Research; 1950-1974 (9)|
|461||Resource; Blacks--Retreat Centers; 1963-1976 (13)|
|462||Retreat and Convention Centers--Rosser, Dois; 1950-1980 (31)|
|463||Rotary--Salvation; 1969-1980 (15)|
|464||Sanders, William--Seattle; 1950-1980 (21)|
|465||Sedenspinner, Arthur--Seminar: Student Leadership; 1968-1972 (15)|
|466||Seminar: Washington--Senate 1950; 1948-1973 (9)|
|467||Senate 1951--Senators 1976; 1951-1976 (16)|
|468||Senators 1977--Silverthorn, General; 1960-1977 (24)|
|469||Silverthorn, General--Silverthorn, Russell; 1958-1980 (18)|
|470||Simpson, Jack--Smith, Wayne 1966; 1965-1981 (24)|
|471||Smith, Wayne 1968--Speakers; 1968-1980 (12)|
|472||Speaking Engagements--Speeches; 1945-1986 (13)|
|473||Speeches, Publications--Staggers, John H.; 1953-1980 (14)|
|474||Starr, William--Student Leadership; 1950-1974 (34)|
|475||Student Leadership--Sundber, Bruce 1976; 1962-1977 (14)|
|476||Sundberg, Bruce 1977--T; 1966-1981 (9)|
|477||Talcott--Thompson Dr JB; 1950-1977 (25)|
|478||Thompson, Robert--Town Affiliation...; 1973-1984 (11)|
|479||Travel Clubs--Trips, Central America; 1964-1973 (11)|
|480||Trips, European--Uhle, Richard; 1950-1980 (18)|
|481||Underground Evangelism--Vaccari; 1946-1966 (16)|
|482||Van Dyke, Dick--Vision to Action: Action Strategy; 1958-1986 (13)|
|Vision to Action|
|483||Doug Coe--Plans, Proposals...;1981-1982 (6)|
|484||Poor--W; 1968-1984 (8)|
|485||W--Winston Weaver; 1965-1981 (26)|
|486||Weaver, Winston--Wh--; 1968-1986 (15)|
|487||Whilsmith, Frank--White House Prayer Fellowship 1975; 1965-1979 (22)|
|488||White House Prayer Fellowship--Charles Williams; 1960-1973 (22)|
|489||Williams--Windy Gap Women's Retreat; 1974-1977 (10)|
|490||Woike, Richard--World Vision Adoption; 1963-1973 (22)|
|491||World Vision--Wycliffe Bible Translators; 1965-1981 (8)|
|492||XYZ--Young Life, Colorado; 1972-1981 (15)|
|493||Young Life--Yousoufou Reception; 1975-1985 (6)|
|494||Youth for Christ--Zurich; 1947-1975 (9)|
|V. Abraham Vereide Files|
|495||Vereide, Abraham--Beirut Invitations; 1943-1970 (10)|
|496||Biographical--Correspondence; 1948-1963 (15)|
|497||Correspondence, Prayer Breakfasts; 1944-1946 (3)|
|498||Correspondence--Film; 1945-1967 (11)|
|499||Financial Reports---1955 ICL; 1944-1964 (13)|
|500||ICL Board--Mayor Washington; 1946-1971 (17)|
|501||Memorial--Misc.; 1953-1969 (14)|
|502||Modern Viking--Personal Clippings; 1943-1967 (13)|
|503||Personal--Prayer Breakfast: General; 1940-1969 (7)|
|504||President Prayer Breakfast--Regrets, Breakfast; 1945-1971 (7)|
|505||Reports on Groups--World Constitution; 1944-1966 (17)|
|VI. Richard C. Halverson Files|
|506||Acknowledgment of Visitors--Concern, Jim Renick; 1961-1981 (19)|
|507||Concern, Inc. Renick--District of Columbia: R. C. Halverson; 1960-1981 (19)|
|508||District of Columbia: R. C. Halverson--General Concern; 1962-1981 (17)|
|509||Halverson: General Correspondence--Mid--Week Services 1962; 1949-1981 (22)|
|510||James Miers Memorial Lectureship--Presbyterian Home; 1959-1979 (31)|
|511||Presbytery; Minutes--World Vision; 1960-1978 (14)|
|VII. Douglas E. Coe Files|
|512||1958--1976; 1958-1976 (10)|
|514||1978--79--Africa; 1978-1988 (10)|
|515||African News--Bermuda West; 1978-1987 (13)|
|516||BR 1982--Cabinet; 1974-1984 (14)|
|517||C--Caribbean; 1968-1986 (9)|
|518||Cedar Point--Contacts; 1963-1987 (13)|
|519||Core Letter--DEC Letter; 1968-1983 (9)|
|520||DEC memo--Family Info; 1973-1982 (17)|
|521||Fellowship Brochure--German/American Exchange; 1979-1982 (16)|
|522||Gr--Ho; 1982-1988 (10)|
|523||Holladay letter--Itineraries; 1959-1981 (11)|
|524||J--L; 1974-1982 (13)|
|525||Key World Leaders--M; 1975-1981 (9)|
|526||M--S--Memos; 1979-1984 (10)|
|527||Memos--Ministry Descriptions; 1963-1982 (13)|
|528||Misc.--O; 1978-1982 (16)|
|529||P--Chuck Percy; 1964-1987 (5)|
|530||Perspective--Prayer Fellowship; 1963-1985 (8)|
|531||Prayer for Peace--Colorado Couples Retreat; 1974-1986 (10)|
|532||Retreats--S; 1977-1982 (7)|
|533||S--Senate/Gov. Breakfast; 1962-1984 (9)|
|534||Sermon--South Pacific; 1980-1984 (7)|
|535||Speakers--T; 1975-1982 (12)|
|536||Tapes--Asian Trip; 1965-1987 (15)|
|537||Australian Trip--Middle East Trip; 1970-1985 (18)|
|538||Middle East Trip--South Pacific Trip; 1980-1987 (6)|
|539||World Trip--Visa Information; 1968-1988 (10)|
|540||Visa Requirements--Z; 1972-1988 (21)|
|VIII. Board Files|
|541||Africa Special--Board; 1955-1977 (16)|
|542||Board Correspondence--Board of Directors Brochure; 1956-1971 (16)|
|543||Board of Directors Meetings--Bulletins; 1962-1980 (24)|
|544||Canadian Charter--Core Minutes; 1954-1972 (9)|
|545||Corporate Records--Correspondence; 1956-1957 (2)|
|546||The Development of ICL Overseas--Fellowship Council; 1958-1972 (14)|
|547||Fellowship Council--Fellowship Foundation Board Minutes; 1948-1981 (11)|
|548||Fellowship Foundation Board of Directors--Fellowship Foundation History; 1966-1981 (8)|
|549||Memo on Operating Policies--French ICL; 1965-1968 (7)|
|550||Friends of ICL--Historical Material; 1946-1968 (8)|
|551||Historical Material ICL--ICCL Charter; 1947-1963 (6)|
|552||Charter--Minutes; 1953-1970 (10)|
|553||Minutes--Leadership Council; 1964-1971 (10)|
|554||Leadership Council--Misc.;1955-1973 (5)|
|555||ICCL Operation Committee--Board ICL; 1956-1966 (13)|
|556||Board Meetings--Board of Directors Material; 1958-1964 (8)|
|557||Board of Directors; 1959-1964 (16)|
|558||Board of Directors--Conferences; 1961-1969 (13)|
|559||Corporate Papers--Executive Committee Minutes; 1949-1966 (11)|
|560||Executive Committee--General; 1961-1966 (7)|
|561||General Matters--Miniature of the Month; 1953-1970 (7)|
|562||Minutes--Record Book; 1944-1958 (4)|
|563||Reorganization, History of--Taxation Matters; 1961-1966 (8)|
|564||Fed DC Taxes-1953, Q--Z; 1943-1970 (9)|
|565||ICL: USA A--H--Midsouth, Henkle; 1954-1973 (15)|
|566||Minutes, April 10, 1980--Operations, Board Meeting; 1945-1980 (10)|
|567||Oregon--Robotype File; 1960-1969 (11)|
|568||Seattle City Chapel: Articles of Incorporation--A. Vereide; 1964-1972 (12)|
|IX. Financial Records|
|569||Accountant--Assisi Foundation; 1975-1981 (8)|
|570||Audit--Branch Account; 1962-1974 (13)|
|571||Branch Account--Budget, Fellowship Foundation; 1964-1967 (10)|
|572||Budget: Fellowship Foundation--Budget Summary; 1976-1979 (7)|
|573||Budget; 1978-1982 (5)|
|574||Budget--Fellowship Foundation; 1973-1977 (24)|
|575||Fellowship House--Financial Matters; 1965-1978 (13)|
|576||Financial; 1950-1971 (10)|
|577||Financial--Harris; 1958-1970 (10)|
|578||Hawkins--ICL; 1951-1969 (14)|
|579||ICL Financial Statements--The La Salle Lease; 1959-1976 (22)|
|580||Leedom--Lilly Endowment; 1951-1977 (7)|
|581||Lilly Foundation--Merle Morgan; 1955-1980 (13)|
|582||Mim Mumaw Correspondence--Stocks and Bonds; 1958-1981 (23)|
|583||Tax--Tregaron Foundation; 1949-1980 (12)|
|584||Tregaron Property--Wills, Bequests; 1956-1981 (10)|
|X. Clippings and Congressional Records|