The works and records of Evangelical cinematographer Fred A. Roberts have been donated by his son Daryl Roberts. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, film reels, tapes, CDs, DVDs, marketing materials, newsletters, photos, artifacts gathered on filming trips, as well as books and other printed materials. A graduate of Westmont College in 1945, Fred Roberts is probably best known for his film "The Peace Child."
The second is a collection of Samaritan's Purse materials collected by Bob Pierce, donated by Betty Wagner and William Carey International University. Pierce, a founder of World Vision, also founded Samaritan's Purse, now directed by Franklin Graham. Pierce’s collection also contains interviews with many missionaries who he had helped over the years and who came to see him when he was dying. He interviewed them on tape and transcriptions were made. The Archives preserves both formats.
The third collection documents Wayfarer’s Ministries founded by Betty Wagner. Wagner worked with Bob Pierce when he started Samaritan's Purse. After Pierce’s death, she started Wayfarer's Ministries. Wayfarer’s was created to help with small needs overlooked by the big organizations. Many Fuller Theological Seminary students, especially international students who needed assistance with rent or groceries, were helped by the organization. Her long monthly newsletter contains lots of quotes from thanks filled letters after students had returned to the ministry outside North America.