Gospel musicians -- United States.
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Collection 015 Ephemera of Billy Graham
Collection 041 Ephemera of Billy Sunday Campaign Music and the Old Time Religion
Collection 042 Ephemera of Old Time Gospel Music
Collection 050 Ephemera of Merrill Dunlop
Collection 099 Records of the Little Country Church of Hollywood Radio Program
Collection contains 24 recordings of radio broadcasts of The Little Country Church of Hollywood, a religious radio program founded by Dr. William B. Hogg in January 1933. Specific titles are available on the location record although the air dates are unknown. The broadcasts usually lasted fifteen minutes. Collections also contains a color postcard with a picture of the exterior fo the Little Country Church of Hollywood.
Collection 100 Ephemera of Charles E. Fuller
Newspaper clippings, sermons, radio logs, form letters to supporters, publicity materials of Charles Fuller's Old Fashioned Revival Hour radio programs, and audio tapes and phonograph records of the program and of gospel music.
Collection 109 Ephemera of Gipsy Smith
Collection 117 Ephemera of Stuart Hamblen
Phonograph record and audio tape of popular songs, hymns and Gospel songs sung by Hamblen, several of which he also wrote. The two songs on the phonograph album, "Golden River" and "Dream Book of Memories," were also written by him. There are twenty-four selections on the audio tape. Songs both written and sung by Hamblen include "It Is No Secret," "His Hands," "This Ole House," and "The Lord is Counting on You."
Collection 130 Ephemera of Homer Rodeheaver
Collection 138 Ephemera of American Hymn Writers and Composers
Collection 140 Oral History Interview with Everett Mitchell
Collection 235 Papers of Redd Harper
Collection 268 Oral History Interview with Helen R. Lowery
Collection 270 Oral History Interview with Ray Schulenburg
Collection 273 Oral History Interview with Harold Day
Oral history interview with Harold Louis Day (1913-2006) in which he describes his experiences working at the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle during the pastorate of Paul Rader and his successor, Clarence Erickson. The time period covered by the interview is 1913-1978.
Harold Day was interviewed by Robert Shuster on May 31, 1984 at the Billy Graham Center Archives at Wheaton College.