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Pete Hammond Papers, 1980-2009

Overview of the Collection

Collector
Hammond, Pete, 1936-2008
Title
Pete Hammond Papers
Dates
1980-2009 (bulk)
1965-2009 (inclusive)
Quantity
11.0 linear feet, (10 document cartons and one larger box)
Collection Number
MS009
Summary
John "Pete" Hammond (1936-2008) worked on business and faith initiatives for InterVarsity/USA from 1966 to 2007. While with InterVarsity, Hammond was director of Evangelism and director of Ministry in Daily Life. The collection includes photographs; periodicals; conference schedules and brochures; manuscripts; and newspaper clippings.
Repository
Seattle Pacific University
3307 Third Avenue West
Suite 306
Seattle, Washington
98119-1957
Telephone: 206-281-2422
Fax: 206-281-2936
ameier@spu.edu
Access Restrictions

Some of the material is restricted, contact archivist for access.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

John “Pete” Hammond, was born March 13, 1936 in Pulaski, Virginia, and died on December 29, 2008. Married to Shirley D. Hammond for 49 years, Pete and Shirley raised three children. After graduating from Houghton College, he earned a master’s degree from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. In 1966, he joined InterVarsity/USA as an Area Director in the southeastern United States where he advocated for multiethnic ministry. During his time at InterVarsity, he worked as the director of Evangelism, the director of InterVarsity’s Ministry in Daily Life; a ministry dedicated to helping men and women discover their “ministry” roles in broader marketplace settings. He spent 41 years with InterVarsity, completing his tenure in August of 2007 as a vice-president-at large. His contribution to marketplace-faith initiatives was enhanced by a number of publications, including: "Word in Life Study Bible" and "The Marketplace Annotated Bibliography: A Christian Guide to Books on Work, Business, & Vocation." Just before Pete died in December of 2008, he donated his collection of books and resources exploring Christian faith and work to Seattle Pacific University.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection includes materials assembled and created by Pete Hammond on topics dealing with the intersection of work and faith; business and management from a Christian perspective; and items published by InterVarsity. Types of materials include photographs, periodicals, conference schedules and brochures, manuscripts, and newspaper clippings.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top