Edgar Gardner Murphy
Edgar Gardner Murphy (1869–1913) was an American clergyman and author.
He was born at Fort Smith, Arkansas, graduated from the University of the South in 1889, and served as a priest of the Episcopal Church for twelve years. After 1903, he worked exclusively in educational and social work. Murphy served as executive secretary of the Southern Education Board, vice president of the Conference for Education in the South, organizer and secretary of the Southern Society for Consideration of Race Problems and Conditions in the South, and organizer and first secretary of the National Child Labor Committee.
He submitted contributions to periodicals and wrote:
- Words for the Church (1896)
- The Larger Life (1896)
- Problems of the Present South (1904; second edition, 1909)
- The Basis of Ascendency (1909)
- Ralph Luker, author of A Southern Tradition in Theology and Social Criticism, 1830-1930: The Religious Liberalism and Social Conservatism of James Warley Miles, William Porcher DuBose, and Edgar Gardner Murphy. Mellen Press (1984) Hardcover: ISBN 0-88946-655-6, ISBN 978-0-88946-655-5.
- William Porcher DuBose
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