The Hamburger Collection of the Berlin Fellowship, 1950-2012 documents the history of a Christian work-camp program called World Deputation, which gave birth to the Berlin Fellowship.
The collection consists of correspondence, minutes, team reports and other documents involved in the ministry. Copies of the book Tumbling Walls by Walter James detailing the story of the Berlin Fellowship are also included. The collection also contains correspondence between Walter James and Berlin pastor, Alfred Schroeder.
Materials directly related to Reverend Ralph Hamburger include his autobiographical sketches, "Eternally Grateful" and "Stations in My Life"; his correspondence with J.B. Phillips; and a talk he gave entitled “The Extended Hand of God.”
Material is property of Fuller Theological Seminary. Scholarly use permitted within parameters of copyright law.
Fuller Seminary Archives and Special Collections, "COLLECTION 0024: The Hamburger Collection of the Berlin Fellowship, 1950-2012" (2018). List of Archival Collections. 25.