Albert Edward Bailey
BAILEY, Albert Edward. b. North Scituate, Massachusetts, 11 March 1871; d. Worchester, Massachusetts, 31 October 1951. Bailey, a foremost author and authority on art and religion, attended Scituate High School, Worchester Academy, and Harvard (BA, 1894; MAEd, 1916). He taught classics, religious education, and English at the Worchester Academy (1891-1910); was head master of the Allen English and Classical School, West Newton, Massachusetts (1900-07); lectured on Eastern-Mediterranean civilizations during annual tours sponsored by a travel agency; and was an instructor in religious pedagogy at the Newton Theological Institute (now Andover Newton Theological School), Newton Centre,...
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