|Billy Sunday (1862-1935) was an American evangelist born in Iowa. A professional baseball player in the National League, he was saved in 1886. Associated with J. Wilbur Chapman from 1893 to 1895. An evangelist from 1896 to 1935, he made an attack on liquor the mainstay of his campaigns.|
Sunday. Short chronology and biographical sketch.
Echoes from Glory. Selective sayings/portrait of Sunday.
eBooks about Billy Sunday.
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Billy Sunday Funeral. November 9, 1935. Includes message by Dr. Harry Ironside.
Grave of Billy Sunday. Forest Home Cemetery (Waldheim), Forest Park, Illinois.
Hitting the Sawdust Trial with Billy Sunday.
Suggestions for Personal Workers.
Billy Sunday's Help to New Converts.
Papers of William Ashley "Billy" Sunday and Helen Amelia (Thompson) Sunday. Collection includes correspondence, sermons, photographs, campaigns, associates, etc.
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