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Washington Gladden (1836–1918)

Gladden, Washington. An American clergyman and author; born at Pottsgrove, PA, Feb. 11, 1836; died in 1918. He held pastorates in Congregational churches in New York, Massachusetts, and Ohio. Among his numerous works are: ‘Plain Thoughts on the Art of Living’ (1868); ‘From the Hub to the Hudson’ (1869); ‘The Young Men and the Church’ (1885); ‘Christianity and Socialism’ (1905); ‘Recollections’ (1909); ‘Live and Learn’ (1914).