David H. Scull (1914-1983) left his mark on the history of his time in many ways:
• By his courageous stands for racial equality in Virginia and the South;
• By his creation of Partnership for Productivity, an innovative and respected international development program;
• By his wide-ranging involements in the Religious Society of Friends, the Quakers and his many friendships with people around the world.
Written and compiled by Charles Fager in the mid 80's, this book still resonates today. It offers a glimpse into the "restless creativity of which his thinking and work were so full." This is the story of the fascinating life and varied career of David H. Scull with excerpts of his own writings and a sampler of his special brand of gentle humor.
Author Charles Fager added, 'We (the Quakers and Friends of the Langley Hill Friends Meeting, McLean, Virginia) hope it will preserve David's memory and [provide] a sketch of his witness, for generations to come.'
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