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Church official

Walter Carleton Woodward, American church official.

Background

Woodward, Walter Carleton was born on November 28, 1878 in near Mooresville, Indiana, United States. Son of Ezra Hinshaw and Amanda (Maris) Woodward.

Education

Graduate Friends Pacific Academy, Newberg, Oregon, 1894. Bachelor of Arts, Pacific College, Newberg, 1898. B.L., Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana, 1899.

Master of Arts, University of California, 1908, Doctor of Philosophy., 1910.

Career

Associate editor Newberg (Oregon) Graphic, 1900-1906. Professor of history and political science, Pacific College, 1906-1907, Earlham College, 1910-1915. Director Indiana State History Commission, 1915-1916, in charge statewide centennial observance, educational, historical and patriotic.

General secretary Five Years Meeting of Friends in America, 1917-1928, secretary Executive Committee. Editor The American Friend since 1917.

Membership

Member of Executive Committee Federal Council Churches of Christ in America. Member Corporation Haverford College and Pacific College. Member Pi Gamma Museum.

Clubs: Kiwanis, College Men’s, Scribblers.

Connections

Married Catherine Hartman, September 10, 1912. Children: Bernice Louise, Mary Ellen, Elisabeth.

father:
Ezra Hinshaw Woodward

mother:
Amanda (Maris) Woodward

spouse:
Catherine Hartman

child:
Bernice Louise Woodward

child:
Mary Ellen Woodward

child:
Elisabeth Woodward