Duren James Henderson Ward (1851-1942)

Duren James Henderson Ward was librarian of Harvard Divinity School from 1887 to 1889.

  • b. Dorchester, Ontario, Canada, June 17, 1851
  • AB, Hillsdale College, Michigan, 1878
  • AM, Hillsdale College, 1881
  • STB, Hillsdale College, 1884
  • PhD, Leipzig University, Germany, 1887
  • Minister, Pittsford, Michigan (Free Baptist), Apr. 1878-Apr. 1879
  • Principal of New Lyme Academy, Astabula County, 0hio, Aug. 1879-Aug. 1880
  • Ordained in Pierpont, Ohio, Oct. 1879
  • Teacher, New Lyme Academy, 1879-1882
  • Librarian of Harvard Divinity School, 1887-1889
  • Instructor in Philosophy, 1888-1889
  • Superintendent and teacher, Workingman's School, New York, New York, 1889-1891
  • Assistant Pastor, Baltimore, Maryland, Unitarian Church, 1894-1895
  • Pastor, Dover, New Hampshire, Unitarian Church, June 9, 1895-Aug. 31, 1898
  • Professor of English Language and Literature, 1898-1899, Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kansas
  • Pastor, Iowa City, Iowa, All Souls' Church (Unitarian), July 1, 1900-Sept. 1, 1906
  • Resided in Fort Collins, Colorado, Oct. 1, 1906-Dec. 31, 1908
  • Editor and publisher of Up the Divide magazine, Denver, Colorado, 1909-1914
  • Editor of The World for Workers
  • Director of College Work for Busy Folk, 1914-?
  • Author of numerous works
  • d. January 23, 1942, Denver, Colorado

Married

  1. Zuba A. Corss of Memphis, Michigan, Aug. 18, 1875 (she died Oct. 1, 1889)
  2. Lizzie Adams Cheney of Cambridge, Massachusetts, Dec. 31, 1890 (she died Aug. 31, 1933)