"At the Billy Graham Center Archives, our mission is to collect and preserve unpublished materials relating to the history of North American, Protestant, nondenominational evangelism and missions, especially focused on the twentieth century. The BGC Archives strives to make these materials available to scholars, students, and the general public through our manuscripts reading room, outreach endeavors, and more. "
This site includes : Thirty-six articles written in 1916-1917 for the socialist paper The New York Call; a complete set of Dorothy Day's articles that appeared in The Catholic Worker newspaper from its beginnings in 1933 until her death in 1980; the text of four books: The Eleventh Virgin (1924), From Union Square to Rome (1938), House of Hospitality (1939), and On Pilgrimage (1948) and selected articles from other publications. Coverage ranges from the 1910s-1980s. Use the browse by date feature to locate speeches from a certain decade.