Charles Snow

(1868-1933). Editor. Educated at South Lancaster Academy, he became private secretary to the president of the California Conference in 1892. He later joined the editorial staff of the Signs of the Times, continuing in that office until 1906, when he became an associate editor of the Review and Herald. In 1909 he assumed the editorship of Liberty magazine. He was called to Australia in 1915 to take the editorship of the Australian Signs of the Times and also of Life and Health. Besides numerous articles and poems, he wrote two books, Religious Liberty in America and On the Throne of Sin.

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

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