March 7, 1879, Belfast, Ireland.
March 4, 1956, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Park studied at Queen’s College, Belfast, Ireland; Royal University, Dublin; and in Edinburgh, Leipzig, and at Oxford. After graduating from Princeton Theological Seminary, he was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1903.
For a time he worked as a lumberjack in New York’s Adirondack Mountains, then became a Congregational minister and held pastorates in Andover, Massachusetts, and at the Second Congregational Church in West Newton, Massachusetts. He also served as president of Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts (1926–44).
His works include:
Park’s burial place