In 1936, the Trustees of the Christian Register, of which Earl Davis was then the President, appointed Norman Hapgood as the editor of the Christian Register. He died on April 29, 1937. Davis wrote these memorial remarks.
Norman Hapgood was an American writer, journalist, editor and critic. In 1919, President Wilson appointed Hapgood Minister to Denmark, a post in which he served for about six months.
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Earl Clement Davis, sermons, minister, Unitarianism, religion, Norman Hapgood
Davis, Earl Clement, "Memorial Remarks: Norman Hapgood in Petersham" (1937). Publications, 1933-1953. 4.