Billy Graham Center

Online Exhibits

The documents and images featured in these exhibits are for the personal use of scholars, students, and the general public. Any commercial use or publication is strictly prohibited





Billy Graham's FBI Scrapbook, 1938-1940

(opened 09/01/13)


Into The Big Tent: Billy Graham
and the 1949 Christ for Greater
Los Angeles Camapign
(opened 9/09)
A Sign Unto You: Selected Evangelism Posters from the Collections of the Billy Graham Center Archives and Museum
1957 - New York City -
Billy Graham: A Crusade Remembered

"Jazz Age Evangelism": Paul Rader & the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle, 1922-1933
"As This Is Our First Broadcast": Percy & Ruth Crawford and the Birth of Televangelism
Many Voices, One Story
This exhibit features audio excerpts you can hear while reading accompanying transcripts. The link to download free RealAudio software allowing you to listen to the excerpts with your Web browser is available at the exhibit. (Updated 10/00)
Images of Colonial Africa
This exhibit features the black and white photographs taken or gathered by Laura Collins, a missionary in Africa taken probably before 1914 and mostly in what are now Kenya and Cameroon. (Opened 5/98)
Who's In Charge?
An exhibit which examines the transition of authority from missionaries to national Christian leaders (Opened 12/96)
Hitting the Sawdust Trail with Billy Sunday (opened 5/96)


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