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Howard Allen Bridgman

Reverend Dr. Howard Allen Bridgman (1860-1929) was both a Congregationalist figure and educator. He studied at Amherst College, Hartford Theological Seminary, and Yale Theological Seminary. Bridgman was officially ordained in 1890. During this time, from 1883-1884, he was the principal of Massachusetts' Granby High School. In 1908, he was awarded a Doctor of Divinity from Oberlin College. In 1889, Bridgman took the job of managing editor of the Christian magazine, "The Congregationalist" and remained in the position until 1911 when he took over as the publication's editor-in-chief. He kept this tenure until 1921, at which point he accepted the role of headmaster at the Lawrence Academy. In 1925, left this position and founded his own school, Bridgman School, which he also served as the headmaster of. Bridgman authored three books in his lifetime, "Steps Christward," "Real Religion," and "New England in the Life of the World." He served on a number of missionary councils abroad and was in attendance of the 1914 peace conference in Switzerland. Bridgman was also a director at the South End Social Settlement.

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For the Day’s Round in Camp, a prayer for soldiers by Rev. Howard A. Bridgman adapted by Rabbi Morris Lazaron (1918)

Contributed on: 19 Jan 2023 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Morris Samuel Lazaron | Howard Allen Bridgman |

“[Prayer] for the Day’s Round in camp,” a variation of a prayer by Rev. Howard A. Bridgman (1860-1929), is found adapted (without Christian god-language) by Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron in his World War Ⅰ era prayerbook, Side Arms: Readings, Prayers and Meditations for Soldiers and Sailors (1918), on pages 24-25. The original version of the prayer was first published in The Service Song Book (Young Men’s Christian Associations, 1917), pp. 82-83 in the abridged edition. . . .


For Those At Home, a prayer for the home front during war by Rev. Howard A. Bridgman adapted by Rabbi Morris Lazaron (1918)

Contributed on: 19 Jan 2023 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Morris Samuel Lazaron | Howard Allen Bridgman |

“[Prayer] for those at home,” a variation of a prayer by Rev. Howard A. Bridgman (1860-1929), is found adapted (without Christian god-language) by Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron in his World War Ⅰ era prayerbook, Side Arms: Readings, Prayers and Meditations for Soldiers and Sailors (1918), on page 25. The original version of the prayer was first published in The Service Song Book (Young Men’s Christian Associations 1917), pp. 86 in the abridged edition. . . .



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