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Errol T. Elliott Papers

Identifier: FMS-17

Scope and Contents

The Elliott Papers consist of correspondence, reminiscences and writings reflecting his career, wartime service, world travels, and his interest in Quaker history.


  • 1917-1980

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There are no restrictions on access.

Conditions Governing Use

Some materials may be protected by copyright. Permission to reproduce and to publish for commercial purposes must be requested from the Archivist.

Biographical or Historical Information

Errol T. Elliott (1895-1992) was a prominent Quaker pastor and administrator in Kansas, Iowa, and Indiana. He was field secretary of the Five Years Meeting from 1930-1936, president of William Penn College from 1942-1944, and executive secretary of the Five Years Meeting from 1944-1957. Elliot served in World War I as a civilian working for the American Friends Service Committee in France. He also traveled the world on behalf of the Friends both during and after World War II and also in the service of the World Conference of Friends in 1961. Elliot was a researcher and lecturer and on the Board of Advisors of Earlham’s School of Religion.

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4 Boxes

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Repository Details

Part of the Friends Collection and Earlham College Archives Repository