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The Just Vengeance archive contains materials relating to the religious play of the same title by Dorothy L. Sayers including: a script of the play, press cuttings of reviews, and materials relating to the Lichfield Cathedral festival, where the play was first performed in June 1946.
This archive contains the press release folder used to promote the television special, the published script, and a teaching kit. There are more identical press release folders in the Wade Center’s Merchandise collection.
The Man Born to be King archive contains materials relating to the religious play cycle of the same title by Dorothy L. Sayers including: drafts and scripts of the 12 dramas, production notes, correspondence and fan mail, press cuttings, and correspondence between Sayers and Heinz Geck, who translated the play into German.
The Mind of the Maker archive contains materials relating to the non-fiction book of the same title by Dorothy L. Sayers, including: early drafts of the book, related correspondence, and a copy of the published work with annotations by Sayers.
This archive contains a single folder of correspondence, mainly fan mail, relating to Dorothy L. Sayers's BBC radio talk, "The New Cosmology."
The Other Side, which was a "magazine of Christian discipleship," was established by Jubilee, Inc. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1976.
This archive contains correspondence and drafts relating to The Pantheon Papers by Dorothy L. Sayers, a series of satirical sketches on invented saints and celebrations of secular society.
This archive contains memorabilia from a production of an adaptation of The Lord of the Rings for theatre, performed in Cheltenham.
The Religious Book Club archive contains various materials relating to the club and Sayers's position on the Advisory Committee, including: meeting minutes, agendas, book lists, RBC advertisements, Bulletins, and related correspondence.
The Religious Drama Society archive contains various materials relating to the society, including meeting minutes and related correspondence.
Materials relating to the publication of the Bookmakers Guild 1986 edition. The Silver Trumpet, a fairy tale by Owen Barfield, was first published in 1925. This new edition was designed with new illustrations and an afterword by the Associate Director of the Wade Center, Marjorie Lamp Mead.
The Zeal of Thy House archive contains materials relating to the religious play of the same title by Dorothy L. Sayers, including printed copies of the play, correspondence, music, and financial records from when the play was touring in 1938-1939.
A selection of materials primarily relating to the publication of A Barfield Sampler, eds. Thomas Kranidas and Jeanne Clayton Hunter. SUNY Press, 1993. Includes: correspondence, notes, typescripts, photographs and proofs of the book with annotations by Barfield.
This archive contains items related to the 1992 Tolkien Centenary, including promotional materials, stamps, and conference tickets, programs, and schedules.
This archive contains extensive notes by Dorothy L. Sayers during her undergraduate years at Somerville College, Oxford University (1912-1915), or in the immediate period afterwards with a few pieces from other stages of her life.
The near entirety of the Shoemaker Collection comprises over fifty pen and ink editorial cartoon drawings. Chosen by Shoemaker as his personal best and given to Wheaton College originally for its American Art collection. The Collection contains minimal biographical information.
General Vertical Files
Records of the Vice-President for Advancement include correspondence of Norman Edwards.
General files and Financial Data Package documents of Vice President of Finance -- William Pollard
Artificial collection of video recordings of campus events.
The Lloyd Fesmire scrapbook is spiral bound, with an orange cover sporting a cartoon rodeo cowboy. It is titled with the words, "Senior Sneak '42," which was held at Jack & Jill Ranch in Montague, MI. The interior contains photos of the trip, showing the lake, cabins, bonfires and various group activities, including a talent show. Some pages are blank, and there is no written description to accompany the images. The book measures 5 x 7.
Minutes and general files of the Search Committee - Wade Collection
This archive is a collection of materials relating to the Wheaton College production of an original, musical adaptation of Charles Williams' War in Heaven.
This archive contains a copy of the diary of Warren H. Lewis (1895-1973), the elder brother of C.S. (Jack) Lewis. The complete diary covers a span of fifty years, and fills twenty-three hand-written "volumes." Also included at the end of the archive are the seven "Travel Journals" that Warren kept while vacationing in England and Ireland.
This archive contains article clippings, correspondence, and other inserts which have become detached from the Warren H. Lewis Diaries.
This archive contains personal letters between Warren H. Lewis (elder brother of C.S. Lewis) and various correspondents.
This archive contains personal papers from Warren H. Lewis, brother of C.S. Lewis, as well as inserts removed from the Boxen manuscripts and the Lewis Family Papers or Memoirs of the Lewis Family (1850-1930). A draft of C.S. Lewis: A Biography edited by Warren Lewis is also included.
The maps and books contained within this archive belonged to Warren H. Lewis. These items contain information about areas in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland where Warren Lewis and his brother C.S. Lewis went on walking tours. There are handwritten markings on several of these items. The original maps are stored separately from the research copies of this archive.
The West Suburban Choral Union Papers are primarily composed of audio material from 1998-2005 of WSCU concert performances, including Mozart's Mass in C Minor, Handel's Messiah, Bach's St. Matthew's Passion, and Britten's War Requiem. Additional manuscript material from the group's secretary are also available from 1985-1990.
Memos, handbook, newsletters, staff records, photos, publications, schedules of the WETN
Records of the Wheaton Academy include programs, bulletins, correspondence, annuals and brochures.
Bulletins, Directories, Handbooks, Magazines, Course Schedules affiliated with Wheaton College
The Faculty and Alumni collection consists of published scholarly or artistic productions from the Wheaton College alumni and past and present faculty. The collection also serves as a manuscripts holding collection until individual manuscript materials grow to the point of warranting an individual collection. The contents of the Faculty/Alumni Collection may be searched in the library catalog as keyword: SC/2
Files compiled during research by Mary Dorsett on various revivals throughout Wheaton College's history. Research resulted in a Wheaton Alumni Magazine article and a pamphlet published by International Awakening Press (Wheaton, IL).
This archive records the history and the events of the Wheaton College Tolkien Society, a Wheaton College Special Interest Club established in the Spring of 2011.
Minutes of the Wheaton Women's Club along with some clippings and general files.
The Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) Records are composed of three minutes record books from 1906-1956 of the Wheaton WCTU's chapter meetings.
This archive includes the typescript of Clive Staples Lewis: A Dramatic Life, here tentatively titled Rum Thing: A Biography of C.S. Lewis.
This archive contains correspondence to and from William (Bill) Lindsay Gresham. Others involved include C.S. Lewis, Joy Davidman, and Douglas and David Gresham. Also included is correspondence to Marj Mead from Lyle Dorsett concerning the acquisition of the Gresham letters.
This archive contains the personal papers of William Lindsay Gresham including: correspondence, and many of the works and research materials from his writing career.
- Billy Graham Center Archives 688
- Buswell Library Special Collections 363
- Marion E. Wade Center 103
- Evangelistic work. 444
- Conversion. 250
- Missionaries. 223
- Missionaries -- Appointment, call, and election. 195
- Evangelistic work -- United States. 170
- Wheaton College (Ill.) -- Alumni. 164
- Christian life. 148
- Women -- Religious life. 145
- Church and state. 142
- Women missionaries. 137
- Evangelicalism. 136
- Women 135
- Missionaries -- Training of. 129
- Correspondence 128
- Missions. 127
- Christian education. 121
- Bible. 120
- Indigenous church administration 118
- Children of missionaries. 111
- Church and social problems. 111
- Christianity and culture. 110
- Language in missionary work. 109
- Missions -- China. 103
- Missions -- Educational work. 96
- Evangelicalism -- United States. 92
- Christian leadership. 91
- Catholic Church. 87
- Family. 80
- Communism. 79
- Photographs 78
- Missions, Medical. 77
- Evangelistic work -- China. 75
- Radio in religion. 75
- World War, 1939-1945. 74
- Religious institutions. 70
- Medical care 69
- Mass media in religion. 67
- Prayer. 67
- Missions -- Finance. 66
- Pentecostalism. 63
- Sermons, American. 63
- Conversion -- Personal narratives. 62
- Persecution 62
- Tribes 62
- Christian literature. 61
- Education 61
- Missionaries -- Leaves and furloughs. 59
- African Americans. 58
- Christian literature -- Publication and distribution. 58
- Evangelistic sermons. 57
- Evangelistic work -- Philosophy. 55
- Fundamentalism. 55
- College students. 53
- Animism. 51
- Communism -- China. 51
- Church and social problems -- United States. 50
- Theology 50
- Worship. 50
- Catholic Church. -- Protestant churches. 49
- Church development, New. 49
- Fund raising. 49
- Children. 48
- Missions -- Interdenominational cooperation. 48
- Bible colleges 47
- Financial Records 47
- Scrapbooks 47
- Church growth 46
- Church work with youth. 46
- City missions. 46
- Rural missions. 46
- Wheaton College (Ill.) -- Faculty. 46
- Missions -- India. 45
- Revivals. 45
- Articles. 44
- Audiotapes 43
- Evangelistic work -- Congresses 43
- Muslims. 43
- Sex role 43
- Wheaton College (Ill.) -- Students. 43
- Belief and doubt. 42
- Bible -- Study and teaching. 42
- Missions -- Africa. 42
- Preaching. 42
- Theology -- Study and teaching -- Asia. 42
- Bible -- Translating. 41
- Evangelistic invitations. 41
- Interdenominational cooperation. 41
- Missions to Muslims. 41
- Youth 41
- Missions -- Congresses. 39
- Radio in missionary work. 39
- Baptists. 38
- Presbyterians. 38
- Salvation. 38
- Culture shock. 37
- Evangelistic work -- China -- History 37
- Faith. 37
- Great Britain 37
- African Americans -- Social conditions. 36
- Church and state -- United States. 36 ∧ less
- English 1153
- Russian 3
- Arabic 2
- Chinese 2
- Dutch; Flemish 2
- Wheaton College (Ill.) 187
- Graham, Billy, 1918-2018. 109
- Moody Bible Institute. 57
- Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. 51
- China Inland Mission. 51
- Africa Inland Mission. 46
- Edman, V. Raymond (Victor Raymond), 1900-1967. 45
- Overseas Missionary Fellowship. 41
- Christian and Missionary Alliance. 40
- Sayers, Dorothy L. (Sayers, Dorothy Leigh) 40
- Lewis, C. S. (Lewis, Clive Staples) 35
- Sunday, Billy, 1862-1935. 34
- Buswell, J. Oliver (James Oliver), 1895-1977. 30
- Campus Crusade for Christ. 27
- Islam 27
- Rader, Paul, 1879-1938. 27
- Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. 26
- Wycliffe Bible Translators. 24
- Chung-kuo kuo min tang. 23
- Henry, Carl F. H. (Carl Ferdinand Howard), 1913-2003. 23
- National Association of Evangelicals. 22
- World Evangelical Fellowship. 22
- HCJB (Radio station : Quito, Ecuador) 21
- Sudan Interior Mission. 21
- Wheaton College (Ill.). Graduate School 21
- Evangelical Alliance Mission. 20
- Rodeheaver, Homer A. (Homer Alvan), 1880-1955. 20
- Armerding, Hudson T. 19
- Elliot, Jim, 1927-1956. 19
- Jones, Clarence W. 19
- McIntire, Carl, 1906-2002. 19
- Perkins, John, 19
- Africa Inland Church. 18
- Latin America Mission. 18
- Ockenga, Harold John, 1905- 18
- Wyrtzen, Jack, 1913-1996. 18
- Assemblies of God. 17
- Billy Graham Center. 17
- Catholic Church 17
- Chicago Gospel Tabernacle (Ill.) 17
- Ford, Leighton. 17
- Moody Memorial Church (Chicago, Ill.) 17
- Taylor, Clyde W. 17
- Barrows, Cliff. 16
- Fuller, Charles Edward, 1887-1968. 16
- International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. 16
- Ironside, H. A. (Henry Allan), 1876-1951. 16
- Jones, Bob, 1883-1968. 16
- Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization. 16
- World Council of Churches. 16
- Crawford, Percy B. (Percy Bartimus) 15
- Graham, Ruth Bell. 15
- Howard, David M. 15
- Plymouth Brethren. 15
- Stam, Elisabeth Alden Scott, 15
- Blanchard, Charles A. (Charles Albert) 14
- Colson, Charles W. 14
- Fuller Theological Seminary. 14
- Johnson, Torrey Maynard, 1909- 14
- Smith, Oswald J. 14
- Stam, John Cornelius, 1907-1934. 14
- Columbia Bible College (Columbia, S.C.) 13
- Dain, Arthur John, 1912- 13
- Glasser, Arthur F. (Arthur Frederick), 1914- 13
- Jesus Christ. 13
- Mission Aviation Fellowship. 13
- Padilla, C. Rene. 13
- Palau, Luis, 1934- 13
- Skinner, Tom. (1942-) 13
- Torrey, R. A. (Reuben Archer), 1856-1928 13
- Dunlop, Merrill. 12
- Elliot, Elisabeth. 12
- Hurlburt, Charles E. 12
- McCully, Theodore Edward, 1927-1956. 12
- Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 12
- Saint, Nathaniel, 1923-1956. 12
- Shea, George Beverly, 1909-2013. 12
- Smith, Gipsy, 1860-1947. 12
- Sunday, Helen Amelia Thompson, 1868-1957. 12
- Voice of Calvary Ministries (U.S.) 12
- Woods, C. Stacey, 1909-1983. 12
- Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society. 11
- Evangelical Foreign Missions Association. 11
- Navigators. 11
- Presbyterian Church in the U.S. 11
- Stott, John R. W. 11
- West Suburban Hospital (Oak Park, Ill.) 11
- Williams, Charles 11
- World Vision International. 11
- Wright, J. Elwin. 11
- Youth for Christ/USA. 11
- Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar. 10
- College Church in Wheaton (Ill.) 10
- Dodds, Gilbert, 1918- 10
- Evangelical Churches of West Africa (ECWA). 10
- Evangelism-in-Depth. 10
- Hatfield, Mark O. 10
- Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association of North America. 10
- National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. 10
- Pacific Garden Mission (Chicago, Ill.) 10 ∧ less