BGEA: Papers of Cliff Barrows, 1945-2000.


Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Vice President (1950- : Cliff Barrows). BGEA: Papers of Cliff Barrows, 1945-2000.

BGEA: Papers of Cliff Barrows, 1945-2000.

12 boxes (4.8 cubic feet)6 audio recordings.39 phonograph records.

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