Archibald Henry

(1839-1909). Treasurer of the General Conference (1883-1888) and a financial officer and adviser of many early Seventh-day Adventist institutions, such as the Central SDA Publishing Association, Health Reform Institute (later known as the Battle Creek Sanitarium), Battle Creek College, Colorado Sanitarium, Union College, Nebraska Sanitarium, International Medical Missionary and Benevolent Association, and American Medical Missionary College. Born in Iowa, son of a Methodist minister, he was educated at Simpson College at Indianola, Iowa, and became president of a bank at Indianola. In 1882, shortly after he joined the SDA Church, he was called to assist in the financial management of the SDA Publishing Association at Battle Creek, Michigan. He held this position of treasurer continuously u...

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

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