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Gangs.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Collection 356 Records of the Prison Ministries Videos

 Collection
Identifier: CN 356
Scope and Contents The material in this collection consists of edited videotaped programs produced by the staff of the Institute of Prison Ministries of the Billy Graham Center. Programs contain interviews by director of Institute for Prison Ministries with people involved in the criminal justice system.  Prominant people interviewed include Chief Justic Warren Burger, Senator Mark Hatfield, and Attorney General Edwin Meese; also interviewed are prisoners, social workers, gang members, and prison guards. ...
Dates: Created: 1985-1986

Collection 430 Papers of Tom Skinner

 Collection
Identifier: CN 430
Scope and Contents One oral history interview, articles, newsletters, clippings and other materials, relating to Skinner's life and the ministry of Tom Skinner Associates.[NOTE: In the Scope and Content description, the notation "folder 5-2" means box 5, folder 2.]Series: Audio TapesOral history interview with Tom Skinner, in which he describes his parents, youth, conversion to Christianity, theological...
Dates: Created: 1966-1990

Collection 693 Papers of Jim Vaus

 Collection
Identifier: CN 693
Scope and Contents Newsletters, oral history transcripts, manuscripts, correspondence, slides, photographs, audio recordings, and films relating to Jim Vaus’ youth ministry work in East Harlem, NY and later youth camp ministries in New York and California and internationally with the Missionary Communication Service. The collection also contains material on Jim Vaus’ work as a wiretapper for the Los Angeles mob prior to his conversion to Christianity at the 1949 Los Angeles Billy Graham Crusade, and the 1955...
Dates: Created: 1950-2001

Consuella York Papers

 Collection
Identifier: CN 397
Scope and Contents Clippings, photographs, cards, sermons, handbooks, oral history interviews and other records mainly relating to Consuella York's ministry as a chaplain at the Cook County Jail, but also describing her childhood growing up on the south side of Chicago, her conversion, religious education, and work as a pastor.The materials in this collection consist of miscellaneous items from Rev. York's life, mostly relating to her prison ministry. They include newspaper and magazine clippings,...
Dates: Created: 1953-1994