Robert Paine File, 1832-1987
by Paine College.Material type: Mixed materialsDescription: 1 box, (.5 linear ft.).Subject(s): Photographs | Bibliography | Biography | Letters
|Item type||Location||Call number||Copy number||Status||Notes||Date due|
|Archival Material||Archives||Box 30||Folders 1-9||Not for loan||Finding Aid available.|
Box: 30 Folder 1, Brief Biographical Sketch of Bishop Robert Paine . Folder 2, Bibliography and Articles of Bishop Robert Paine, 1977.
Folder 3, Rememberances of Bishop Robert Paine (1977-1882), [n.d.].
Folder 4, Bibliography of Publications about Bishop Robert Paine, 1977.
Folder 5, Newspaper Clipping - VC Scholar – Dr. Thomas Fite Paine, Jr. (great-grandson), January 30, 1987.
Folder 6, Letter – Robert Paine to John McClintock, June 25, 1836.
Folder 7, Letter – William Caper to Bishop Emory, April 2, 1832.
Folder 8, Photograph – William Caper, [n.d.].
Folder 9, Robert Emory Letters, 1834-1844.
Folder 10, Framed photo chart of bishops who were delegates of the South & South-Western Conference in the convention assembly in the city of Louisville, May 1845 – Includes picture of Bishop Robert Paine, D. D.
This file includes bibliographies, biographical sketch, newspaper clipping, letters and photograph highlighting Bishop Robert Paine. Material spans 1832-1987.
Preferred citation: Robert Paine File, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections, Collins-Callaway Library, Paine College.
Robert Paine, a bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, for whom Paine College in Augusta, Georgia was named, was born in Person County, North Carolina on November 12, 1799 and died in Aberdeen, Mississippi on October 19, 1882.
Finding aid available in archives.