Alexander Priestly Camphor

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Alexander Priestly Camphor (1865 – 1919) was an American Missionary Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1916.

A native of Louisiana, Camphor was the son of former slaves. He was an educator and a Missionary Bishop. Camphor Hall at Dillard University, New Orleans is named in his honor.

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