Harvard graduate, Professor at Smith College, YMCA divisional director, Civil rights activist, Secretary of the NAACP, Internationally acclaimed lecturer.
Author, Poet, Chaplain, and Sociology teacher at the International College in
"In August 1912, we sailed for Turkey, where Mrs. Harlow and I were assigned to the International College of Smyrna.
We are a part of a wider movement which
includes hospitals, dispensaries,
secondary and graded schools."
Author of the famous Hymn "O Young & Fearless Prophet"
S. Ralph Harlow,
Adventures of Alexander Maclachlan
S. Ralph Harlow Papers
Amistad Research Center
All printed materials are available for purchase.
1919 Student Witnesses for Christ Read Here
1922 Through Foreign Window Panes
1941 Honest Answers to Honest Questions
1942 Prayers for Times Like These
1943 Turkey Faces West
1950 You Will Survive After Death
1957 Thoughts for Times Like These
Also see American Research Institue in Turkey ARIT Library
Letter from S. Ralph Harlow to Governor Miller in Birmingham Alabama. 1933 March 24. Read Here
It Might Have Happened in Alabama. This one act play is based on the Scottsboro Trial taking place on Good Friday, 1933.