Alexander Campbell

(1901-1970). South Sea Island missionary. Born in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, he was instructed in present truth from earliest childhood. Graduating from Avondale College in 1924, he spent a year in colporteur work followed by two years in evangelism in north New South Wales. In 1925 he married Emily Ford. In 1927 he went to Buin in the Solomon Islands for two years and then to Choiseul for another seven years. In 1936 he began a long term in the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea. With the exception of the war years, he worked there until his return to Australia in 1960. From that year until 1967, he was curator of Ellen G. White’s old home, Sunnyside, at Cooranbong. During his retirement, he engaged very actively in furthering the work of the International Educational Recording Organiz...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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