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Louis Albert Banks (1855–1933)

Banks, Louis Albert. An American Methodist minister and religious writer; born at Cornwallis, OR, Nov. 12, 1855; died in 1933. Among his works are: ‘The Saloon-Keeper’s Ledger’ (1896), a series of temperance addresses; ‘White Slaves’; ‘Honeycombs of Life’; ‘The Healing of Souls.’