Nebraska Authors

Mrs. Carl R. Gray

AKA: Harriette Amanda Flora Gray

Born 1869-09-17 Verdigris, KS (USA)

Died 1956-06-17
Rockland, ME (USA)

Pikesville, MD (USA)

The author led Bible study classes on radio broadcast for Woodman Life Insurance.

Places Lived

Wilson County, KS
Oswego, KS
Monett, MO
St. Louis, MO
Omaha, NE
Lincoln County, ME

Author Of

  • Nonfiction


Devotional; Religion


Bible Teacher

Places Worked

First Baptist Church, Omaha, NE
WOW-Radio, Omaha, NE


Wife of Carl R. Gray, President of Union Pacific Railroad


Who and What Is Jesus Christ According to the Scriptures?. 1929.

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