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Aged, Disabled, and Destitute: what shall we do for our broken veterans?
J. H. Paul (1863-1939)
Salt Lake City, UT: s.n., 1930?
HD7105.35 U6 P38 1930

Joshua Henry Paul was the President of the Latter-day Saints University of Salt Lake City, a theological school which included high school, normal, business and college course of study. He studied at the University of Deseret, under John R. Park. In 1889 he became associate editor of the “Salt Lake Herald,” but resigned to become president of the Brigham Young College at Logan, which he left for the presidency of the Agricultural College of Utah. After he retired he became active in the movement for an old-age pension in the United States.