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Morgan, Walter Amos, 1883-1962

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1883 - 1962

Walter Amos Morgan was born on October 11, 1883 in Jefferson, New Hampshire. He graduated from Bangor Theological Seminary in 1909 and from Dartmouth College in 1911. Morgan was a preacher, holding notable pastorates in several Congregations churches across the country. He was also a lecturer for the National YWCA, a director of the American Peace Society and held several prominent trusteeship, including that of the Kimball Union Academy in Meridan, New Hampshire. In addition to his ministerial duties, Morgan wrote both prose and poetry, publishing the book "Dreams of Youth" in 1928. in 1926, he recieved an honorary doctorate from Dartmouth College. Morgan died on February 4, 1962.

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Walter Morgan papers

MS-185
 Collection
Identifier: MS-185
Overview Walter Amos Morgan (1883-1962), pastor. Dartmouth College Class of 1911. The collection contains texts of radio broadcasts, poetry, sermons, essays, fiction, and plays written by Morgan.