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Washington Gladden (1836-1918) was pastor of First Congregational Church in Columbus for 32 years. In 1891, he was a delegate to the international congress of Congregationalists in London. He was also moderator of the Congregational Church in America, helped settle an anthracite coal strike in 1902, and was known as a social reformer.

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The Ohio History Connection, Washington Gladden Papers Photograph Series, MSS 87 AV; Box 103, Folder 3

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Baker Art Gallery (Photographer), ca. 1900-1910

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