Painter, Levinus King
- Existence: 1889 - 1983
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Levinus King Painter (1889-1983) was a Quaker minister, author, and social activist. Born in Spiceland, Indiana, in 1889, he attended Spiceland Academy, Earlham College, and Hartford Theological Seminary. His pastoral service began in Collins, New York, in 1914, and he later served at Poplar Ridge (N.Y.), Monkton and South Starksboro (Vt.), Clintondale (N.Y.), Putney (Vt.), and back to Collins from 1942-56. He also worked as Interim Secretary of Friends Africa Mission from 1956-1957. Papers...
Overview A single folder collection that includes a map of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, research notes, and multiple copies of the typed manuscript by Levinus Painter, entitled "The Beginnings of Quakerism in the Monongahela Valley. Also included is a single letter written by Painter regarding his research.