Lay Leader Taft

The Unitarians are completing a magnificent edifice on the heights at Sixteenth St., Washington, which is already crowded with churches and embassy buildings. But this Church will be unique in having its pulpit frequently filled by no less a person than William Howard Taft.

Mr. Taft is known as one who has filled the highest executive position in our country, and as one who is now holding the highest judicial position. It is not so widely known that he is the acknowledged leader of the Laymen's Association of the Unitarian...

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