Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Burton Janes' collection of sermon and message audio tapes.
Collection 061 Papers of Billy and Helen Sunday
Collection 085 Papers of William H. Wrighton
Sermons, clippings, articles, manuscripts, notebooks, personal records, correspondence and miscellaneous items relating to the William Wrighton's career as a pastor, professor, writer. Also in this collection are photographs of Wrighton and his family and friends.
Collection 087 Papers of Fredrik Franson
Collection 095 Ephemera of William B. Riley
Films, including a home movie, microfilm of scrapbooks, notebooks, clippings, and sermons of William Bell Riley, noted Fundamentalist, Baptist minister, theologian,and founder and president of of Northwestern Bible School in Minnesota.
Collection 103 Ephemera of Aimee Semple McPherson
Sermon transcripts, sermon notes, audio tape recordings of sermons, films, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, video tape, and evangelistic campaign literature related to Aimee Semple McPherson's ministry as an evangelist, radio speaker, public figure and founder of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. Most of the materials in this collection are available from the BGC Archives only on microfilm.
Collection 118 Ephemera of Mordecai Ham
Collection 123 Ephemera of William M. Branham
Collection 240 Ephemera of the Christian Broadcasting Network
Two video tapes of the dedication ceremonies of an International Communication Center for CBN, October 6, 1979, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Dedicatory address was delivered by Billy Graham, with guest musical appearances by Andre Crouch, William Harness, the Hampton Institute Choir, and Virginia Philharmonic Orchestra; master of ceremonies was Ephraim Zimbalist, Jr.
Collection 292 Papers of Silas F. Fox
Collection 322 Papers of Oswald J. Smith
Collection 471 Papers of W. Arthur Saunders
Small Collection 109 Papers of Charles L. Feinberg
This collection contains typed transcripts of thirty-one messages based on the book of Revelation which were given over the radio by Charles L. Feinberg.