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Clergyman , educator

Gilbert Whitney Campbell, American clergyman, educator. Fellow and assistant, psychological laboratory, Yale, 1910-1912; Mason.

Background

Campbell, Gilbert Whitney was born on November 2, 1883 in Billings, Missouri, United States. Son of Alexander and Emma (Combs) Campbell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts and A.M., Kentucky U., 1908. Bachelor of Divinity, Yale, 1909, A.M., 1910. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Halle, Germany, 1914.

Career

Fellow and assistant, psychological laboratory, Yale, 1910-1912. Principal Easton Academy, Easton, Connecticut, 1912-1913. Ordained ministry Christian (Disciples) Church, 1906.

Pastor Pawnee City, Nebraska, 1915-1916. Evangelist, Australia, 1916-1917. Dean of Kansas Missouri School of Religious Pedagogy, 1917-1919.

Pastor Orrick and Holt, Missouri, 1920-1924. Pastor University Church, Alfred, New York, 1927-1929. Head of department philosophy and education and director bureau of appmts., Alfred U., 1924-1935, head department philosophy, since 1935.

Chairman Allegany County Committee on Mental Hygiene.

Membership

Fellow and assistant, psychological laboratory, Yale, 1910-1912.

Connections

Married Mary A. Gillette, September 4, 1917. Children: Everett Whitney, Edward Dwight.

father:
Alexander Campbell

mother:
Emma (Combs) Campbell

spouse:
Mary A. Gillette

child:
Everett Whitney Campbell

child:
Edward Dwight Campbell