William Edington Taylor, Acting Principal (1928-30)

Biographical Sketch
William Edington Taylor was born in 1877 in London. He came to Canada to be educated as a missionary. Taylor graduated from Wycliffe College in 1903. While completing his MA and PhD from the University of Toronto he lectured at Wycliffe College on a part time basis. He did missionary work from 1906 to 1918 in China. In 1923 he joined Wycliffe College as a professor. In 1928 when O’Meara left for a year to visit Wycliffe graduates in the missionary field, Taylor was named acting principal. He held that position until McElheran was installed as principal. Taylor became acting principal again after McElheran’s death. He died in 1967.
Scope and Content Notes
Consists of correspondence.
Note Area
Other material relating to Taylor are located in the McElheran papers and the Appendix to Minutes of the Wycliffe College Council and Board of Trustees.