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Scope and Contents Newspaper clippings, bulletins, counselor training materials, promotional pieces, correspondence, audio tapes, photographs, postcards, scrapbooks, films and other materials gathered by the Archives from varied sources, all of which relate to the Billy and/or Helen Sunday lives and evangelistic ministry. These records had no existence as a unit until they were put together by the Archives staff. Hence they are called "ephemera" as opposed to a collection of Billy and Helen Sunday...
Identifier: CN 040
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Chicago manufacturer and inventor, Andrew Wyzenbeek, who was very active as a layman in evangelistic work. Among other topics he discusses his early life in Holland, New York City, and Iowa at the turn of the century; his travels in Central and South America; his acquaintance with Billy Sunday, Paul Rader, and Peter Deyneka; the beginnings of the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle; and the beginning of Paul Rader's radio ministry. The collection also contains a folder with a...
Scope and Contents This collection contains one audio recording, mostly of American Gospel music. Side 1 includes songs sung by Billy Sunday co-workers, Virginia Healey Asher and Homer Rodeheaver with the choir from the 1917 Billy Sunday revival campaign in New York City. Side 2 includes Dr. Russell Conwell telling his famous "Acres of Diamonds" story and a song by evangelist Gypsy Smith, among others.*****Side 1 - BILLY SUNDAY...
Scope and Contents Sermons, personal memorabilia, audio tape of Trotter's preaching, negatives, photographs, minutes, reports, newspaper clippings, and correspondence related to Trotter's ministry as an evangelist and in rescue mission work. Collection combines Trotter's papers and the City Rescue Mission's records, including invitations to speak, responses to invitations from Trotter to speak at the mission, an abstract of a deed, requests for funds, testimonials to the good work of the mission, reports from...
Identifier: CN 050
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews, photographs, and a video recordings relating to the ministry of Merrill Dunlop (1905-2002).The oral history interviews with Merrill Dunlop cover his association with evangelist Paul Rader, early religious radio programming in Chicago, the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle, Youth for Christ, Christian evangelism and Christian music work. Merrill Dunlop was interviewed by Robert Shuster on November 21, 1978 and June 1, 1979, at Dunlop's home in Oak Park, Illinois....
Scope and Contents Microfilm edition of originals in Winona Lake, Indiana, including correspondence, sermons, reports, revival ephemera, and scrapbooks dealing mainly with the career of evangelist Billy Sunday from its beginning to his death and about the work of his wife Helen, who, besides acting as his general manager, was a fundamentalist leader in her own right, especially after his death. Persons featured include numerous fundamentalist figures and institutions; sermon topics cover a wide range of issues...
Identifier: CN 089
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews, films, videos relating to Paul P. Stough’s missionary service in the Belgian Congo with Africa Inland Mission. Materials contain information on Stough's father, Henry Stough, Wheaton College, Paul Stough's work as a missionary for Africa Inland Mission in the Belgian Congo (Zaire) and Kenya from the 1920s to the 1970s, and generally on the spread of Christianity in Africa.
Scope and Contents Films, including a home movie, microfilm of scrapbooks, notebooks, clippings, and sermons of William Bell Riley and others.The two black and white 16mm films of Riley, one sound and one silent. The silent film is a home movie of Riley with family and friends. Two of the friends are Homer Hammontree, who is shown reciting a poem, and Harry Rimmer. According to the donor of the records, "There is one scene of Dr. Riley having a discussion about the length of the days during...
Scope and Contents Evangelistic campaign materials, correspondence, an autobiographical manuscript, microfilm of clippings scrapbooks, scrapbook, sermons, sermon notebooks, and photographs relating to the evangelistic career of Stough.Sermon notes, autobiographical manuscripts, photographs, correspondence, a microfilmed scrapbook of Stough's 1915 campaigns in Altoona and Lancaster (Pennsylvania), sermon notebooks, and a xeroxed copy of a scrapbook of newspaper clippings and pamphlets from the 1916...
Scope and Contents Correspondence, newspaper clippings, a book manuscript, a film script, tapes of sermons and speeches, and other items which describe Muntz's early career as director of the Winona Lake Bible Conference, the early development of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and the criticism it received, the careers of Billy Sunday and other evangelists. There are also several sermons on Christian prophecy and evangelism to the Jewish people. Topics covered include information on Palmer's career as...
Scope and Contents Newspaper clippings, audio tapes and phonograph records of Smith singing hymns, and photographs. Newspaper clippings are about meetings held by Smith in Denver, Colorado (1909) and with Billy Sunday in Boston, Massachusetts (1935); included are extended excerpts from both men's sermons.This collection consists of newspaper clipping of Smith's 1909 evangelistic meetings in Denver (folder 1-16), scrapbook pages (folders 1-1 through 1-13) containing newspaper reports about Smith's 1935...
Scope and Contents Newspaper clippings, photograph, scrapbook sermon transcripts and notebooks, microfilm, and oral history interviews relating to the career of evangelist Mordecai Fowler Ham.Series: PapersArrangement: ChronologicalDate Range: 1927-1944, undatedVolume: 0.44 Cubic Feet, 1 BoxType of documents: Newspaper clippings, microfilm, periodicals, photographs, sermon transcripts and notebooksNotes: The collection...
Scope and Contents Audio tapes, newspaper clippings, phonograph records and photographs relating to the musical career and ministry of Homer Rodeheaver. This collection consists mostly of materials from the Homer A. Rodeheaver Company, a publisher of gospel music. There are several different types of order blanks and promotional materials. One newspaper clipping from 1937 refers to his appearance on a CBS radio affiliate playing his trombone. Other items include two issues of Rodeheaver's Musical News which...
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Frances Rader Longino (1909-1996) in which she recounts memories of evangelists Billy Sunday, Mel Trotter, Homer Rodeheaver, and her uncle, Paul Rader. Other topics include: city mission work and the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle, Pacific Garden Mission, Winona Lake, and Cedar Lake Conference Grounds. Also included are reminiscences of Rader's reaction to Aimee Semple Mc Pherson, the formation of Scripture Press, Billy Graham's early preaching and crusades, and some of...
Identifier: CN 140
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Everett Mitchell (1898-1990) who as a teenager sang invitation songs at Billy Sunday evangelistic campaigns. Other topics discussed include: Mitchell's background, music and radio career, musical training, Billy and Helen Sunday, evangelistic work in Chicago, Gipsy Smith, Homer Rodeheaver, other evangelists, career as a war correspondent during the Korean War, religious use of radio, evangelistic rallies and crusade music. The time period covered by the intervew is...
Scope and Contents Diaries, correspondence, scrapbook, travel documents, oral history interview, sermons and other documents that describe Carl Armerding's career and ministry, especially his work as a Bible teacher, preacher, and leader of Central American Mission.Interview topics covered include his family background, education, recollections of Billy Sunday, Gipsy Smith, Henry Ironside and Will Houghton, missions and evangelism in Honduras and the Bahamas, speaking engagements, teaching (at Moody...
Scope and Contents Correspondence, curriculum material from James Herbert Kane and Winnifred Mary (Shepherd) Kane's missiology courses, and three oral history interviews.Materials document the Kanes' missionary work in China and Dr. Kane's teaching in the U.S. Events described in the interviews cover the time period from 1932 to 1950.Series 1: Audio TapesJ. Herbert (T1) and Winnifred M. (T2) Kane were interviewed by Galen R. Wilson at the Billy Graham...
Scope and Contents Sermon notes, minutes, financial records, reports, oral history transcript, clippings, estate descriptions, tracts on various cults and heresies, and photographs documenting the history of the Washington Street Mission in Springfield, Illinois between 1914 and 1982.Records describe tan urban mission and the effectiveness of their programs, administration, and financial activities, and a historical view of its origins in an oral history interview with Mary Brown Miller. Sermon notes...
Scope and Contents Sermons, speeches, scrapbooks, articles, correspondence, and other materials which document William Biederwolf's education and evangelistic activities. [NOTE: In the Scope and Content description, the notation "folder 2-5" means box 2, folder 5.]The collection consists mostly of scrapbooks, magazine articles, and manuscripts of Biederwolf's sermons and speeches. There are also a few letters and some miscellaneous items. They were in...
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Edna Louise Asher Case (1905-1999), in which discusses her aunt, Virginia Asher, who was a co-worker of Billy Sunday; she was also involved in many other evangelistic efforts. Other topics include: Case's student days at Wheaton College, and her involvement in city mission work; impressions of Mel Trotter, Billy Sunday, Helen Sunday. The time frame covered by the interview is 1905 to 1929.Edna Case was interviewed by Robert Shuster on November 27, 1981...
Scope and Contents Correspondence, procedures for evangelistic work, two diaries, autograph book, memorial booklets, clippings, tracts and photographs relating to Virginia Healey Asher’s ministry.The collection consists of a small amount of correspondence (folder 1-1), typed instruction for the Business Women's Invitation Committee (folder 1-6), two diaries and an autograph book (folders 1-3 to 1-5). Also included is a memorial booklet to J. Wilbur Chapman and clippings or tracts of other evangelists'...
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews with Elizabeth Morrell Evans (1899-1976) in which she discusses her childhood; education at Wheaton College; work with J. Elwin Wright; her Christian education activities; the development of the New England Fellowship, the National Association of Evangelicals, and the World Evangelical Fellowship; and her work as a missionary in Taiwan. The time period covered by the interviews is 1899-1976.Elizabeth Evans was interviewed by Robert Shuster on October 8, 1984...
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.
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Ruth M. Thomas about her family and religious background, conversion, recollections of Billy Sunday's campaign in Scranton, PA in 1914, her education at Wheaton College, call to foreign missions, work as a missionary nurse wiht the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions in a rehabilitation program of a leper colony in southwestern China along the Burmese border among the Tai-Lu people, language study, worship and use of music, an anti-opium campaign, and a...
Scope and Contents Correspondence, reports, scrapbooks, church bulletins, minutes of meetings, and other records documenting the activities of the influential independent Chicago church started by Dwight L. Moody; chiefly from ca. 1910 through 1946.Topics documented include worship services, Sunday school, the weekly activities of the congregation, the governance of the body, and various urban evangelistic outreaches of the church. Besides the history of the church, the collection also documents such...
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews, correspondence, films, negatives, photographs, and radio programs which document the life and ministry of John A. Huffman, Sr. The materials cover his presidency of the Winona Lake School of Theology dealing mainly with the work of the students and faculty. There are some materials on the relationship of the School with Fuller Theological Seminary, films about Islam, the WLST tour of Israel and over two dozen radio programs of Great Moments with the Master and...
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews, audio tapes and video tapes relating to the ministry of Jack Wyrtzen.Series: Audio TapesTape 1 to Tape 7: Oral history interviews with Jack Wyrtzen in which he describes his parents, childhood, early influences, conversion, relations with other Christian leaders, development of the Word of Life Fellowship, radio and television work and youth work. The time period covered by the interviews...
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Kathryn Marie Hess Feldi (1912-2015) in which she describes her parents, who were Africa Inland Mission workers in Tanzania; mother's conversion at a Billy Sunday campaign; her own attendance at Wheaton College; memories of Billy Graham as a college student; the Wheaton revival of 1943; favorite professors; and the effect of World War II on the Wheaton campus. The time period covered by the interviews is 1922 to 1993.Kathryn Marie Hess Feldi was...
Scope and Contents Clippings, correspondence, miscellaneous documents, and photographs which document the life and ministry of Milan B. Williams. The materials cover his life as a state legislator in Kansas and his evangelistic work.[Note: In the Scope & Content section, the notation “folder 2-5" means “Box 2, Folder 5"]Series: Oversize MaterialsThe following items are in the OVERSIZE...
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Dan Duvall Crawford in which he discusses his parents, Percy and Ruth (Duvall) Crawford; Percy Crawford’s evangelistic ministry at meetings, through radio and television programming; and the camps his father founded. Other topics discussed include Crawford’s experiences at Pine Brook Camp as a child; Pine Brook Praises and Young People’s Church of the Air; Percy Crawford’s relationship with Billy...
Scope and Contents Class papers and notes, correspondence, hymns, manuscript, post cards, sermon notes, and thesis documenting the ministry of Lois Vashti Gregory, American Methodist evangelist and teacher of Christian values to young people. Her ministry not only included preaching to adults but also teaching young people, especially children, in Christian ethics and living a morally pure life. Gregory was particularly active in the northeast region of the United States.[Note:...
Scope and Contents Newsletters, prayer letters, fund-raising and promotional material, donor correspondence, pamphlets, blueprints, maps, personal correspondence, programs, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, radio program scripts, and photographs relating to the Smith’s missionary work among the Cree First Nations in Alberta, Canada (1945-1960). The collection also contains camp meeting itineraries, newspaper clippings, financial reports, brochures and directories relating to Sebring Interdenominational Camp in...
- Evangelistic work 29
- Evangelistic work -- United States. 24
- Church and social problems 13
- Sermons, American. 13
- City missions 12
- Evangelistic sermons. 12
- Church and social problems -- United States. 10
- Conversion. 10
- Fundamentalism 10
- Fundamentalism -- United States. 10
- Cities and towns 9
- Women 9
- Cities and towns -- United States. 8
- City missions -- United States. 8
- Preaching. 8
- Salvation 8
- Women -- Religious life. 8
- Catholic Church. 7
- Evangelistic invitations. 7
- Evangelistic work -- Chicago. 7
- Prohibition 7
- Prohibition -- United States. 7
- Religious institutions. 7
- Bible 6
- Christian and Missionary Alliance -- Missions 6
- Church and state 6
- Conversion 6
- Gospel musicians 6
- Gospel musicians -- United States. 6
- Radio in religion 6
- Radio in religion -- United States. 6
- Repentance 6
- Salvation -- Sermons. 6
- Belief and doubt 5
- Belief and doubt -- Sermons. 5
- Catholic Church. -- Protestant churches. 5
- Christian education 5
- Christian life 5
- Missionaries 5
- Modernist-fundamentalist controversy. 5
- Youth 5
- Catholic Church. -- United States. 4
- Christian leadership. 4
- Christian life. 4
- Church and state -- United States. 4
- Church work with youth 4
- Conversion -- Sermons. 4
- Evangelicalism 4
- Evangelicalism -- United States. 4
- Evangelistic work -- Boston. 4
- Evangelistic work -- Philosophy. 4
- Faith 4
- Gospel music. 4
- Hymns, English 4
- Hymns, English -- United States. 4
- Indigenous church administration 4
- Marriage. 4
- Mass media in religion 4
- Mass media in religion -- United States. 4
- Missions 4
- Music -- United States. 4
- Prayer 4
- Repentance -- Sermons. 4
- Sunday, Billy, -- Sermons. 4
- Wheaton College (Ill.) -- Alumni. 4
- Women in missionary work. 4
- Bible -- Evidences, authority, etc. 3
- Bible -- Sermons. 3
- Chicago (Ill.) 3
- Children of missionaries. 3
- Christian education -- United States. 3
- Christian life -- Sermons. 3
- Christian literature 3
- Christian literature -- Publication and distribution 3
- Christianity and culture. 3
- Church and social problems. 3
- Church work with the working class 3
- Church work with the working class -- United States. 3
- Church work with women 3
- Church work with women -- United States. 3
- Church work with youth -- United States. 3
- Communism 3
- Conversion -- Hymns. 3
- Death 3
- Death -- Sermons. 3
- Evangelistic work -- Hymns. 3
- Evangelistic work -- Sermons. 3
- Faith -- Hymns. 3
- Forgiveness 3
- Missionaries -- Appointment, call, and election. 3
- Missionaries -- Training of 3
- Music -- Christianity. 3
- Prohibitionists 3
- Prohibitionists -- United States. 3
- Race relations. 3
- Revivals 3
- Salvation -- Hymns. 3
- Second Advent 3
- Second Advent -- Sermons. 3
- Sex role. 3 ∧ less