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The digital portion of this collection consists of photographs, journals and letters which are collected when Dr. Peters engaged in mission work from 1928 to 1941 in Korea. The physical portion of this collection consists of photograph postcards from Japan and Korea, audio tapes, and slides.
Dr. Victor Wellington Peters was born September 29, 1902 in Kansas City, Missouri. Attended UCLA and USC--B.A., 1924; Princeton Seminary, 1924-1928. Missionary to Korea, August 29,1928-January 1941. Married Feb 12, 1938 Hahn Heung Bok in Kimhwa church, Korea. Four children, 8 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren. Accomplished speaker, preacher, writer, artist, teacher who continues to minister to and inspire the Korean people. From 1941-present, Dr. Peters pastored various churches in Los Angeles, CA; taught in Azusa Pacific University; and mentored Korean doctoral students at Fuller Theological Seminary.
2.688 Linear Feet 3 boxes
All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts in the digital materials must be submitted in writing to Grace Alexander, owner of the archive. Copying from the digital files allowed by permission of the Korean Heritage Library, University of Southern California.
To view digital materials contact the Korean Heritage Library.