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Clergyman

Ernest Graham Guthrie, New Zealand clergyman. member Chicago City Mgr; member National Fight for Freedom Committee, Union for Democratic Action, National, Commn.

Background

Guthrie, Ernest Graham was born on December 21, 1879 in Dunedin, New Zealand. Son of Henry and Isabella Allen (Graham) O.

Education

Studied Presbyn.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1906. Associate pastor Third Church, Rochester, New York, 1906-1907. Temporarily in ministry for a year in New Zealand.

Minister 1st Church (Congressional), Burlington, Vermont, 1908-1914, Union Church, Boston, Massachusetts, 1914-1926. General director Chicago Congressional Union since 1926. General officer American Field Service, with French Army, 1917.

Trustee Chicago Church Federation, Olivet (Michigan) College. Member Chicago City Manager Committee, Christian Unity Committee. Chairman College-Church Movement.

Chairman Illinois Committee for Assistance to War Victims. Member National Fight for Freedom Committee, Union for Democratic Action, National, Commision on Inter-Church Relations.

Membership

Member Chicago City Mgr. Member National Fight for Freedom Committee, Union for Democratic Action, National, Commn.

Connections

father:
Henry O.

mother:
Isabella Allen (Graham) O.