In 1950, a 31-year-old Graham, his ministry on the ascent, conducts a revival in Portland, Maine, where he addresses more than 6,000 people.
Graham and his wife, Ruth, sit by the fireplace at the Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in a photograph taken on February 8, 1951. Graham is a native of North Carolina.
Graham reads passages from the Bible to a large, rapt audience in Trafalgar Square, London, on April 12, 1954.
Graham talks with U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower (left) during a visit to the White House on May 10, 1957. Graham met with every sitting president from Harry S. Truman to Barack Obama.
Graham says goodbye to wife Ruth and their five children on Jan. 15, 1958, before departing on a crusade tour that took him to eight Latin American countries. The children are, from left, Nelson, four days old, Franklin, 5, Ruth, 7, Virginia, 12, and Anne, 9.
Graham blasts out of a sand trap on the Riversdale golf course in Victoria, Australia, on March 4, 1959. Graham had traveled down under to conduct a crusade tour that traveled to various Australian cities.
On March 17, 1960, Graham, while on an 18,000-mile tour of Africa and the Middle East, made a pilgrimage the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem.
Graham poses with actresses Barbara Stanwyck (left) and Betty Hutton during a visit to Hollywood, California, on September 19, 1963.
Graham is greeted by hundreds of American servicemen on Dec. 21, 1966, during his Christmas trip to Vietnam.
Patriarch Pimen, leader of the Russian Orthodox church, listens as Rev. Graham speaks in Moscow's main cathedral on Sept. 21, 1984.
In 1991, Graham conducted his first New York City crusade in 21 years. Here, he speaks to 250,000 people gathered on the Great Lawn of Central Park. A spokesman said it was the largest crowd ever at one of Graham's North American crusades.
Graham speaks on stage in the borough of Queens, New York, on the third and last day of his farewell American revival on Sunday, June 26, 2005.