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ID: CN/699

Extent: 2.2 Cubic Feet. More info below.

Subjects: Actresses - United States. - Race relations, Actresses - United States. - Race relations - United States, American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776 1976, Barrows, Cliff, Beavan, Jerry, Billy Graham Center, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corporation, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bosnia and Hercegovina - History, Bosnia and Hercegovina - History - 1992-, Bright, Bill, Christian Broadcasting Association (United States), Clinton, Bill, Coleman, Aileen, Dain, Arthur John, Edman, V. Raymond, Evangelistic work, Evangelistic work - Europe, Eastern, Evangelistic work - United Kingdom, Evangelistic work - United States, Ferm, Lois, Goode, Pearle, Graham, Billy, Haymaker, Willis, Holley, Henry, Hollywood Christian Group, Humanitarian assistance, Johnson, Jimmie, Kim, Chang hwan, Marriott, J. Willard, Missions, Missions - India, Missions - Taiwan, Mr. Texas (Motion picture), National Congress of Indian Christians, Nixon, Richard M, Pollock, John Charles, Radio in religion, Radio in religion - United States, Shea, George Beverly, Smith, Wilbur M, Thurmond, Strom, Vietnam War, 1961 1975, Wilson, George M., Wilson, Grady, Wilson, T. W.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Correspondence, memos, reports and other material relating to T.W. Wilson's work as Billy Graham's executive assistant. The documents illustrate his involvement in the management of particular BGEA evangelistic campaigns, as well as his function as a kind of chief of staff for Graham and leader of the BGEA's radio stations. The collection also contains several folders, not related to Wilson, that document Willis Haymaker's work as BGEA crusade director in the early 1950s.

[Note: In the Scope & Content section, the notation “folder 2-5" means “Box 2, Folder 5"]

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title

Date Range: 1950-1998

Volume: 2.2 cubic feet, 5 Boxes

Geographic Coverage: United States

Type of Documents: Correspondence, memos, reports

Correspondents: Jerry Beavan, A. Jack Dain, Lois Ferm, Billy Graham, Willis Haymaker, Henry Holley, Billy Kim, Betty Lowry, Tom Phillips, John Pollock, Harry Williams

Notes: These files consist of the portion of Wilson’s correspondence that was received by the BGC Archives. Wilson for almost a half century functioned as a kind of chief of staff to Graham as well as his usual traveling companion, manager of the BGEA’s office in Montreat, North Carolina, that served as Graham’s secretariat, and head of the BGEA’s radio stations in North Carolina and Hawaii. The documents in these folders, while not covering his entire career in the BGEA, do accurately reflect the variety of his responsibilities and interests. The files are arranged the way that Wilson (presumably) ordered them: Christmas correspondence, crusade correspondence, and general correspondence, along with a few miscellaneous folders. Particularly interesting among these is the folder of Willis Haymaker correspondence (folder 5-14). These are not letters between Wilson and Haymaker; indeed, they are from before Wilson joined the BGEA. But for some reason Wilson had them among his files. The files deal with Haymaker’s work as crusade director and are described below.

The Christmas correspondence in box1 consists largely of thank you notes for Christmas cards and gifts received. These are mostly to staff, friends, and longtime supporters of Billy Graham and the BGEA, although there are also some to Wilson’s personal friends and family. The folders also contain lists of who cards were received from, what gift was received, and when the response was sent. Wilson’s letters usually describe briefly recent evangelistic campaigns or other events he and Graham had been involved in, and also some of Wilson’s personal activities. Similar Christmas correspondence was also included in the general correspondence files in folder 5-3.

The crusade correspondence in boxes 1 through 3 for the most part concerns specific BGEA evangelistic campaigns, congresses, conferences, and other events during the years 1965 through 1997. Some materials relating to specific crusades can also be found in the general correspondence folders. The bulk of the letters consist of thank you notes to people involved in the crusade in a particular city—to the staff of the hotel where Graham and the BGEA staff stayed, police who provided protection, local dignitaries, local crusade leaders, and sometimes to BGEA staff for the work they did. In some cases, particularly for the earlier crusades, there might be correspondence or memos about the management of the arrangements for a campaign. Also throughout the folders are sprinkled Wilson’s response to invitations to Graham to speak at a church or some special event. Wilson’s response was almost always no and he would explain why. There are also letters about Wilson’s own speaking engagements at various churches, BGEA Schools of Evangelism, and other meeting. Occasionally there are Wilson’s responses to people who wrote Billy Graham in appreciation for his preaching or some other aspect of his ministry.

The general correspondence folders in boxes 4 and 5 are mainly concerned with Graham’s wide range of friends and influence and his non-crusade activities, although there is material as well relating to particular crusades. There is also much ongoing correspondence with people who were long-time supporters of Graham and the BGEA, as well as members of the staff. There are also some letters from strangers who wrote in for advice, such as the young minster who wrote Wilson about becoming an evangelist in folder 5-3. Particular items of interest from these folders are described below.

Wilson was the BGEA executive primarily responsible for the Association’s radio stations in North Carolina and Hawaii and folder 5-9 contains some material reflecting these responsibilities.

Exceptional items:

Folder 1-1: Letter to Ferne Keur includes information on BGEA plans to sell the KAIM radio station in Hawaii

Folder 1-5: A collection of clippings about Billy Graham toward the end of his ministry, as well as material on his sons Franklin Graham, Ned Graham, and BGEA Associate Evangelist Howard Jones

Folder 1-6: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Hawaii 1965, Houston 1965, London 1966, as well as the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism held in Berlin; report by Graham’s assistant Robert Ferm on the spiritual condition of England in 1966

Folder 1-7: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Kansas City 1967, Portland, Oregon1968, Pittsburgh 1968, New Zealand 1969, New York City 1969, Louisiana 1970; several items from Graham tour of Vietnam in 1968 including a booklet of prayers for soldiers, a report on various incidents of the tour, programs for several of the worship services that Graham led

Folder 2-1: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Oakland 1971, Cleveland 1972, 1973 South Africa tour/congress, Korea 1973, Raleigh 1973. Letter from Bill Bright of Campus Crusade inviting Wilson to participate in the Expo ’72 meeting (see also folders 4-5 and 4-6); letter from evangelist and Graham translator Billy Kim about the BGEA’s 1973 Korea meetings.

Folder 2-2: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Phoenix 1974, Norfolk 1974, Jackson 1975. Program for the worship service held to honor the 200th anniversary of the so-called Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, in which Graham participated; letter from A. Jack Dain about arrangements for the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization held in Lausanne, Switzerland; statistics broken down by country and denomination for the 1975 Eurofest, along with press releases, correspondence, and other documents

Folder 2-3: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Seattle 1976, Bicentennial Festival of Faith 1976, Detroit 1976. A list of notes people left in the offering plate during the 1976 Seattle crusade, lists of who should receive a personal thank you or an autographed Bible from Graham and why from Seattle meetings; list of attendees of the Pan African Christian Leadership Assembly (PACLA)

Folder 2-4: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Asheville 1977, Hungary 1977, Manila 1977. Copies of the testimonies of converts from the Asheville campaign

Folder 2-5: Material relating to Graham’s 1977 tour of India, including a report by Walter Grist on how BGEA funds were being used for the Billy Graham Nagar or model village opened in India for poor families, including Christian families. Here are many letters from Sundar Clarke, Bishop of Madras for the Church of South India about the help BGEA was giving for disaster relief; booklets about Gandhi’s relationship with the Patwari family (by Prabhudas Patwari) and a history of the struggle of the National Congress of Indian Christians (NCIC) for religious liberty for Christians in India

Folder 3-1: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Las Vegas 1978, Sweden 1978, Poland 1978, Singapore 1978 (some Singapore material is in folder 3-2), Toronto 1978

Folder 3-2: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Sydney 1979, Tokyo 1980, Consultation on World Evangelization 1980, Spokane 1982, Blackpool England 1982

Folder 3-3: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Sacramento 1983, Oklahoma 1983, Mission England 1984, Anaheim 1985. Material from the dedication of the Billy Graham Parkway in Charlotte in 1983

Folder 3-5: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: South Carolina 1987, Finland 1987; Wilson’s correspondence with Senator Strom Thurmond

Folder 3-6: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Rochester, New York in 1988, Graham’s 1988 visits to China and the Soviet Union

Folder 3-7: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Budapest 1989, Little Rock 1989. Wilson’s correspondence with Governor Bill Clinton; handbill by Robert Sammy McIntosh apologizing for his public criticisms of the Billy Graham crusade in Little Rock

Folder 3-8: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Berlin 1990

Folder 3-9: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Scotland 1991

Folder 3-11: Letter from Daniel Southern about his efforts to bridge the gap between the black and white communities during the 1994 Atlanta campaign

Folder 3-12: Correspondence relating to the following meetings: Tokyo 1994, Cleveland 1994, Atlanta 1994.

Folder 3-13: Material from an evangelistic campaign Wilson led in Bartletsville, Oklahoma in 1995

Folder 4-1: Letter from Donald Ross about possible racial trouble during Graham’s upcoming 1964 Birmingham, Alabama, rally and Wilson’s reply; letter from Wilson to Dick Ross about Ross’ film ministry; letter to Wilson’s son Jimmy, a student at Wheaton College, giving him a scholarship for his education and encouraging him to Christian work

Folder 4-2: Letter from Wilbur Smith about his friendship with Billy; several letters from Clifton Robinson of International Christian Leadership about his work in India (also folders 4-3, 4-4); letter from Georgia Lee Hoopes about the Hollywood Christian Group; note to Bill Bright on the ministry of Campus Crusade; letter from V. Raymond Edman, one of the last before his death; several issues of the BGEA’s internal newsletter, Our Decision (see also folder 4-3)

Folder 4-3: Notes to team members such as Tedd Smith, Joe Blinco, George Beverly Shea, Willis Haymaker, and Dan Piatt; interesting letter dated January 30, 1968, to Larry Swaim on Billy Graham’s character; letter from British evangelist Eric Hutchings; notes to and from Pearle Goode, a prayer warrior for the BGEA about her spiritual concerns for the ministry (there are also many letters to and from her in folders 4-4 through 4-7, 5-13)

Folder 4-4: Letter to Robert and Jeanette Evans consoling them on the death of their son; correspondence with Ken Gieser, J. Howard Pew, and Andy and Ione Lyall (see also 4-6, 4-7, and 5-13 for Lyall correspondence)

Folder 4-5: Thank you note from Richard Nixon, who attended the Knoxville Crusade (see also folder 5-3); reports, apparently transcripts of tapes, from John Newman in Vietnam about the situation in that country and Southeast Asia and what it would take to defeat Communism (see also Newman’s reports in folders 4-6 and 4-7); John Connally letter thanking Graham for encouraging Nixon to invite him (Connolly) to the White House; letter from Hy Gardner as to whether Graham wore a hairpiece (the answer was no); letters to O. K. Armstrong, Reader’s Digestauthor; Akira Hatori, Graham’s interpreter in Japan; letter from Aileen Coleman attached to a letter from Richard Benware about Coleman’s ministry in Jordan

Folder 4-6: Note to Willis Haymaker; letter from David Foster of Eurovision about evangelism efforts in eastern Europe (see also folder 4-7); letter from Josip Horak of Zagreb in Yugoslavia (see also folder 4-7, with a postcard picture of Graham as the sower of the seed); letters from James Graham, missionary to Taiwan about Christian work in that country

Folder 4-7: Correspondence from Gordon Clinard, holder of the Billy Graham Chair of Evangelism at Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, about building up the BGEA holdings in the seminary library

Folder 5-1: Letter to evangelist Jimmie Johnson; letter from Harold J. Ockenga of Gordon Conwell Seminary about the honorary degree Wilson was awarded; large brochure, ca. 1976, for the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College; the BGEA annual report for 1977, the first published report

Folder 5-2: Letter of Hubert Mitchell; letter from Roy Slack remembering meeting T. W. Wilson and Billy Graham in England in 1948 and impact of their ministry then; letter from Jack Sonneveldt about the YFC meetings Graham held in Grand Rapids in 1947; material about Graham’s participation in the 1985 funeral of businessman J. Willard Marriott; 1986 note from Joel Aarsvold at the dedication of the Wilson Suite of the Billy Graham Center in Wheaton, Illinois; letter from William Martin about his biography of Graham

Folder 5-6: Letter to Walter Smyth on his 80th birthday remembering the early days of Youth for Christ

Folder 5-8: Thank you note from Wilson to former president George H. W. Bush

Folder 5-9: Birthday greetings to Wilson from Cliff Barrows

Folder 5-10: Letter from chairman of the BGEA board, Allan Emery, about precautions necessary for Graham’s travels

Folder 5-11: 1997 report to Graham and others from Wilson on the situation in war-torn Bosnia, and particularly the use of humanitarian aid provided by the BGEA and Samaritan’s Purse

Folder 5-12: Note from Elsie Brookshire lists many of the people who worked at the Montreat office under Wilson’s supervision

Folder 5-13: Article about an Arab tourist guide in Israel converted through Wilson’s influence

Folder 5-14: This folder contains not Wilson’s correspondence, but that of Willis Haymaker, the first Crusade Director of the BGEA. They deal primarily with the arrangements of these crusades: Atlanta 1950, Fort Worth 1951, Shreveport 1951, Greensboro 1951, Washington DC 1952, Pittsburgh 1952, Dallas 1953, Detroit 1953, Syracuse 1953, and London 1954. Besides Haymaker’s own correspondence and reports, there are many documents from his associates Jerry Beavan and Betty Lowry. Also in the folder are promotional materials for recordings of the songs from the film Mr. Texas; scripts for Prayertime radio programs broadcast during crusades; statistics for the St. Louis and Chattanooga crusades. The materials illustrate how the methodology of the BGEA for arranging meetings developed. They also illustrate Graham’s detailed involvement in arrangements in the early days and his insistence on cooperation and adequate budgets. The material in folder 5-16 dealing with expenses and salaries for the 1961 Miami campaign are also from Haymaker.

Folder 5-15: Reports from Graham’s assistant Lois Ferm to Wilson on the developing plans for the Billy Graham Center Library and Archives, a consultant’s report on plans for the BGC Museum, Ferm’s letters and reports on the beginning of her efforts to gather the historical documents of the BGEA and start an oral history program. The material in this folder mostly pre-date the final decision to locate the Center in Wheaton.

Folder 5-17: Programs and mementos from a miscellaneous group of meetings Wilson attended, including the program for the memorial service for Chiang Kai-shek and publicity material for the BGEA film, Time to Run.

Folder 5-18: Material relating to Wilson’s leadership in the BGEA’s radio stations in North Carolina and Hawaii, including several years of minutes of the board for the Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corporation (which owned the stations in North Carolina and, for a brief period, the one in Hawaii) and material on the history of the Hawaiian station KAIM and bios of the board of director of the Christian Broadcasting Association, which owned the station.

Collection Historical Note

Full Name: Thomas Walter Wilson Jr.

Birth: June 30, 1918 in Charlotte, North Carolina

Death:  May 24, 2001

Family:

Parents: Thomas Walter Sr. and Jessie Hooks Wilson

Siblings: Grady, David, Charles , Helen Wilson Shrum

Marital Status: Married to Mary Helen Sellers in 1942

Children: James Harold, Sally Ann Periera

Conversion: 1934, at the same evangelistic meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina when Billy Graham was converted

Ordination: May 31, 1939, as a Baptist minister at the St. Elmo Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Education:

1941 -  BA from Bob Jones College of Cleveland, Tennessee (later Bob Jones University of Greenville, South Carolina)

1942 - Graduate work at the University of Alabama

1942-1943 - Attended Faith Theological Seminary, Wilmington, Delaware

1949 - Received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Bob Jones University.

1967 - Received honorary Doctor of Humanities from Trinity College in Clearwater, Florida

1975 - Received honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Hamilton, Massachusetts. In later years he also received honorary degrees from Palm Beach Atlantic College in West Palm Beach, Florida; and Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, North Carolina

Career:

1942-1944 - Pastor, Grandview Baptist Church, Dothan, Alabama

1945 - Pastor, First Baptist Church, Ashburn, Georgia

1946-1948 - Vice president-at-large of Youth for Christ, International and evangelist

1948-1951 - Vice president of Northwestern Schools, Minneapolis, Minnesota, serving as the administrator of the school during Billy Graham’s presidency. He also at times assisted Graham’s evangelistic meetings, such as the 1949 Christ for Greater Los Angeles campaign

1951-1956 - Led his own independent evangelistic meetings in United States and Canada

1956-2001 - Joined the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association as an associate evangelist. Starting in about 1962 he was essentially Graham’s traveling companion and executive assistant. He also served as member of the board of trustees and head of the BGEA’s Montreat office, which was Graham’s personal secretariat

1963-1972, 1977-2000 - President of the Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of the BGEA, based in North Carolina

1965-2000 - Chairman of the board of the Christian Broadcasting Company, a subsidiary of the BGEA based in Honolulu, Hawaii

1987 - His book, The Key to Lasting Joy, was published

Other significant information:

Wilson and Graham both grew up Charlotte and knew each other from about 1932 onward

Served on the boards of the Memorial Mission Hospital of Asheville, North Carolina, and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville, Kentucky

1999 - Wilson suffered from a stroke, which limited his ability to participate in BGEA activities for the rest of his life

Subject/Index Terms

Actresses - United States. - Race relations
Actresses - United States. - Race relations - United States
American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776 1976
Barrows, Cliff
Beavan, Jerry
Billy Graham Center
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corporation
Bosnia and Hercegovina
Bosnia and Hercegovina - History
Bosnia and Hercegovina - History - 1992-
Bright, Bill
Christian Broadcasting Association (United States)
Clinton, Bill
Coleman, Aileen
Dain, Arthur John
Edman, V. Raymond
Evangelistic work
Evangelistic work - Europe, Eastern
Evangelistic work - United Kingdom
Evangelistic work - United States
Ferm, Lois
Goode, Pearle
Graham, Billy
Haymaker, Willis
Holley, Henry
Hollywood Christian Group
Humanitarian assistance
Johnson, Jimmie
Kim, Chang hwan
Marriott, J. Willard
Missions
Missions - India
Missions - Taiwan
Mr. Texas (Motion picture)
National Congress of Indian Christians
Nixon, Richard M
Pollock, John Charles
Radio in religion
Radio in religion - United States
Shea, George Beverly
Smith, Wilbur M
Thurmond, Strom
Vietnam War, 1961 1975
Wilson, George M.
Wilson, Grady
Wilson, T. W.

Administrative Information

Repository: Billy Graham Center Archives

Alternate Extent Statement: 5 Boxes (DC)

Access Restrictions:

Folders with correspondence less than thirty years old are closed to use except to those with written permission from the BGEA representative. Correspondence to and from Billy Graham is closed during his lifetime.

Quotation in publications from BGEA documents requires written permission from the BGEA.  The Archives staff will supply forms for that purpose.


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