Scope and arrangement
The Reverend Wyatt Tee Walker Papers, 1963, 1982, n.d., consist of documents from Walker's professional career following his involvement with the civil rights movement. The papers have been divided into two series: Writingsand Printed Material.
- The Black Church Looks at the Bicentennial, with Harold A. Carter and William A. Jones, Jr., (Elgin, Ill.: Progressive National Baptist Publishing House, 1976).
- Somebody's Calling My Name: Black Sacred Music and Social Change, (Valley Forge, PA : Judson Press, 1979).
- The Soul of Black Worship: A Triology--Preaching, Praying, Singing, (New York: Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellows Press, 1984).
- Road to Damascus: A Journey of Faith, (New York: Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellows Press, 1985).
- Common Thieves! A Tithing Manual for Black Christians and Others, (New York: Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellows Press, 1986).
The Wyatt Tee Walker papers are arranged in two series:
Writingsconsists of manuscripts of published and unpublished scholarly works by Reverend Walker, mainly on music and the black religious tradition, including the text of Walker's Somebody's Calling My Name.Also included are sermons and photocopies of published articles.
Printed Materialcontains Canaan Baptist Church programs, and the Church's 50th anniversary commemorative yearbook which includes a history of the Church and its activities.