Stanley Armstrong Hunter

STANLEY ARMSTRONG HUNTER: clergyman; b. Orangeville, Ont., Aug. 23, 1888; s. of Rev. William Armstrong and Eliz. (Chambers) Hunter; student Denver U., 1905-06; A.B., Prince ton, 1910; A.M., Columbia, 1914; grad. Union Theol. Sem., 1916; D.D., Occidental Coll., Los Angeles, 1925; m. Elizabeth, dau. Harold Peirce, of Haverford, Pa., Mar. 21, 1918; children: Stanley Armstrong (dec. ), William Armstrong III, Charlotte (dec.); Professor of English and Philosophy, Ewing Christian Coll. (N. India Presbyn. Mission), Allahabad, India, 1910-12; ass’t. pastor Central Presbyn. Church, New York, 1913, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1914-15; ordained Presbyn. ministry, 1914, temporary pastor Church of Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1916; Pastor North Church, Pittsburgh, 1916-24, St. John’s Presbyn. Ch., Berkeley, Calif., 1924-. Sec. Western, Pa. Com. Near East Relief, 1917-24. Mem. Board of Temperance and Moral Welfare Presbyn. Ch. Religious Work dir. Y.M.C.A., League Island Navy Yard, June-Sept., 1918; mem. Charities Commn., City of Berkeley Chamber of Commerce. Clubs: Princeton Terrace, Kiwanis (Princeton, N.J.). Author: “Religious Ideals of President Wilson.” Home: Berkeley, Calif.




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