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Collection 295 Records of the Charlotte Evangelistic Campaigns Research Project

Identifier: CN-295

Scope and Contents

Research data including clippings, questionnaires, correspondence, sermon typescripts, thesis by Kenneth Russell on Ham's 1934 meetings, audio tapes, and photograph, which document a series of mass evangelistic campaigns held in Charlotte, NC, between 1915 and 1983.


  • Created: 1915-1983

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

Biographical or Historical Information

Research project; coordinated by Dr. Ivan Fahs, sociology professor at Wheaton College, for researching mass evangelistic campaigns held in Charlotte, NC during the twentieth century by evangelists including J. Wilbur Chapman, Billy Sunday, Mordecai Ham, Billy Graham, and Leighton Ford; project was to provide insight into the generic elements of mass evangelism and on individual differences in a particular evangelistic event.


2.00 Cubic Feet