William F. Warren
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|William F. Warren|
|Born||William Fairfield Warren|
13 March 1833
Williamsburg, Hampshire County, Massachusetts
|Died||7 December 1929 (96) |
Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
|Religion||Methodist Episcopal Church|
|Alma mater||Wesleyan University (1853); Andover Theological Seminary|
|Workplace(s)||Boston University School of Theology, acting president (1866-73); Boston University, president (1873-1903); Boston University School of Theology, dean (1903–1911)|
|Affiliations||Mystical Seven (Wesleyan)|
|Spouse(s)||Harriet Cornelia Merrick (m. 1861)|
William Fairfield Warren (March 13, 1833 - December 7, 1929) was an American Methodist minister and educator, noted as the first president of Boston University.
- Warren, William F. (1882), The True Key to Ancient Cosmology and Mythical Geography, Boston: Ginn, Heath & Co.
- Warren, William F. (1885), Homer's Abode of the Living: An Elucidation of the Voyages of Odysseus, Boston
- Warren, William F. (1885), Paradise Found: The Cradle of the Human Race at the North Pole: A Study of the Prehistoric World, Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co.
- Warren, William F. (1886), The Quest of the Perfect Religion, Boston: Rand Avery Company
- Warren, William F. (1888), In the Footsteps of Arminius: A Delightsome Pilgrimage, New York, Phillips & Hunt; Cincinnati, Cranston & Stowe
- Warren, William F. (1892), The Story of Gottlieb, Meadville, Pa.: Flood and Vincent
- Warren, William F. (1900), Religions of the World and the World Religion
- Warren, William F. (1909), The Earliest Cosmologies; the Universe as Pictured in Thought by Ancient Hebrews, Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks, Iranians, and Indo-Aryans; a Guidebook for Beginners in the Study of Ancient Literatures and Religions, New York: Eaton & Mains
- Warren, William F. (1915), The Universe as Pictured in Milton's Paradise Lost: An Illustrated Study for Personal and Class Use, New York & Cincinnati: The Abingdon Press
- "W.F. WARREN DIES, NOTED EDUCATOR; President Emeritus and a Founder of Boston University Was in His 97th Year. WIDELY KNOWN ORGANIZER Helped Start Wellesley College and Other Institutions--Was Also a Prominent Theologian", New York Times, 7 Dec. 1929, https://www.nytimes.com/1929/12/07/archives/wf-warren-dies-noted-educator-president-emeritus-and-a-founder-of.html, "BOSTON, Mass., Dec. 6.--Dr. William Fairfield Warren, president emeritus of Boston University, died of pneumonia at the age of 96 at his home, 131 Davis Avenue, Brookline, tonight."