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Clergyman , educator

Walter Anson Stevenson, American clergyman, educator. Member Pi Gamma Museum; Mason, Knights of Pythias.


Stevenson, Walter Anson was born on July 21, 1867 in St. Clair Company, Michigan, United States. Son of Stephen and Eliza (Houghton) Stevenson.


Bachelor of Philosophy, Illinois Wesleyan University, 1891. Master of Arts, National University, Chicago, Illinois, 1892. Doctor of Philosophy., Central U., Indianapolis, Indiana, 1898.

Graduate McCormick (now Presbyterian) Theological Seminary, 1903. Post-graduate student at University of Chicago 2 years. Doctor of Divinity Whitworth College, Spokane, Washington, 1924.


Chairman Chinese famine relief 1 year. Member Central Labor Council of Spokane Federation 4 years. Pastor various presbyterian chs.

President Fenton (Michigan) Normal College, 1895-1900. President Whitworth College, 1923-1927. Pastor, Hutchinson, Kansas, 1928-1932, First U.P.P Church, Kansas City, 1932-1934.

Professor public speaking and New Testament, Kansas City Bible Institute, also director, 1931-1934. Ex-president Society for Suppression of Commercialized Vice, Kansas City, Missoury. Financial executive and campaign director Winona Lake (Indiana) Bible Conference, 1934-1936.

Vice-president and dean Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Iowa, 1936-1937. Professor systematic theology, Menmonite Theological Seminary since 1937. Conductor Evangelistic Bible Conference since 1938.

Founder Anti-Atheism League. President Ten Million Prohibition Club, Kansas City, Missoury.


Member Pi Gamma Museum. Mason, Knights of Pythias.


Married Adele Wever, June 25, 1891. Children: Paul Wever (deceased), Robert Shutt.

Stephen Stevenson

Eliza (Houghton) Stevenson

Adele Wever

Paul Wever Stevenson (deceased)

Robert Shutt Stevenson