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Graham Chambers Hunter

Clergyman

Graham Chambers Hunter, Canadian clergyman. Member American Red Cross, Palestine Unit, 1918-1919; member Commission to Rumania on Rights of Religious Minorities, 1927.

Background

Hunter, Graham Chambers was born on December 5, 1882 in Toronto, Canada. Son of William Armstrong and Eliza (Chambers) Hunter.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University, 1904. Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, 1909. A.M., Columbia, 1909.

Doctor of Divinity, Occidental College, 1925.

Career

October 19, 1911 (died 1942). Adopted children—Irene, Stuart (killed in South Pacific, January 18, 1944). Married second, Marcia Kerr (Wellesley, 1913) 1944.

Instructor, Mid-Pacific Institute, Honolulu, H.T., 1904-1906, Presbyterian minister, Laramie, Wyoming, 1909-1911, Hunts Point, New York, 1911-1914, Church of the Covenant, New York, 1914-1924, Fullerton, California, since 1924. Lecturer Occidental College, 1927-1930.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Luke, First Century Christian, 1937. John Muir, Mystic, 1938. Contributor to religious mags.Co-Author: Rumania Ten Years After, 1928.

Membership

Member American Red Cross, Palestine Unit, 1918-1919. Member Commission to Rumania on Rights of Religious Minorities, 1927.

Connections

Married Louise Holden.; married second, Marcia Kerr (Wellesley, 1913) 1944.

father:
William Armstrong Hunter

mother:
Eliza (Chambers) Hunter

spouse:
Louise Holden.

spouse:
Marcia Kerr