Samuel Ralph Harlow
HARLOW, Samuel Ralph. b. Boston, Massachusetts, 20 July 1885; d. Northampton, Massachusetts, 21 August 1972. Harlow was ordained in the Congregational Church. He received his education at Harvard (BA) and Columbia (M.A.) Universities as well as Hartford Theological Seminary (PhD). Early in his career, Harlow served as a teacher and chaplain at the International College, Smyrna, Turkey. During World War I he was the religious director of the YMCA in France as a part of the American Expeditionary Force. Following service as the general director of the Student Volunteer Movement in Eastern Asia (1919—23), he joined the faculty at Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, as professor of...
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