Evangelistic work -- Chicago.
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Collection 020 Papers of Herbert J. Taylor
Collection 038 Ephemera of Paul Rader
Collection 040 Papers of Andrew Wyzenbeek
Collection 050 Ephemera of Merrill Dunlop
Collection 061 Papers of Billy and Helen Sunday
Collection 079 Records of the Greater Chicago Crusade
Collection 123 Ephemera of William M. Branham
Collection 133 Records of the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle
Collection 139 Oral History Interview with Frances Rader Longino
Collection 140 Oral History Interview with Everett Mitchell
Collection 196 Oral History Interview with Edna Louise Asher Case
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.
Collection 330 Records of The Moody Church
Collection 349 Papers of Clarence W. Jones
Collection 395 Oral History Interview with Rafael Maldonado, Jr.
Collection 397 Papers of Consuella York
Collection 398 Oral History Interview with Wayne L. Gordon
Collection 399 Oral History Interview with Paul E. Johnson
Collection 410 Oral History Interviews with Arthur Rorheim
Oral history interviews with Arthur Rorheim, executive director of Awana Clubs, International. Topics disussed include his childhood, his parents' Christian example, his conversion, the youth work of the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle, Paul Rader, Lance Latham, the origins of AWANA, and principles for establishing programs for boys and girls. The time period covered by the interviews is 1918 to 1989.
Arthur Rorheim was interviewed by Robert Shuster on March 31 and April 24, 1989.
Collection 468 Oral History Interviews with Elizabeth C. Stough
Collection 650 Records of Say Yes, Chicago
Roy Lundquist Papers.
The bulk of the collection is comprised of charts created by Roy Lundquist that attempted to trace the effect of Billy Graham Crusades on the crime rates of thirteen selected cities. Also contains a few letters, notes, and newspaper clippings relating to Moody Memorial Church in Chicago, Wheaton, Illinois local politics, and unidentified architectural drawings.
Small Collection 106 Records of the Gospel Fellowship Club of Chicago
This collection contains a pamphlet created by the Gospel Fellowship Club of Chicago, describing the Club's purpose of providing fellowship for businessmen working in downtown Chicago.