Frank W. Gale
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Frank W. Gale (1862-1944) was born in California and died in San Francisco, California. He studied with Joseph A. Adams, a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, in August 1887. Gale then completed Eddy's Primary class in September 1888. He joined The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, on January 6, 1894, and was a member of the Christian Scientist Association and the National Christian Scientist Association. Gale served as chairman when San Francisco Christian Scientists formed a relief committee to accept donations and provide support for their members after the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. A member of the building committee, he was the First Reader and conducted the service laying the cornerstone of First Church of Christ, Scientist, San Francisco, in 1911 and became the church's first president. He served as the Christian Science Committee on Publication for California, and in 1922 he taught the Normal class for the Christian Science Board of Education. Gale was listed in the directory of The Christian Science Journal as a Christian Science practitioner in San Diego, California, from 1889 to 1891 and later in San Francisco from 1903 until his death.

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Frank W. Gale
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Frank W. Gale (1862-1944) was born in California and died in San Francisco, California. He studied with Joseph A. Adams, a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, in August 1887. Gale then completed Eddy's Primary class in September 1888. He joined The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, on January 6, 1894, and was a member of the Christian Scientist Association and the National Christian Scientist Association. Gale served as chairman when San Francisco Christian Scientists formed a relief committee to accept donations and provide support for their members after the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. A member of the building committee, he was the First Reader and conducted the service laying the cornerstone of First Church of Christ, Scientist, San Francisco, in 1911 and became the church's first president. He served as the Christian Science Committee on Publication for California, and in 1922 he taught the Normal class for the Christian Science Board of Education. Gale was listed in the directory of The Christian Science Journal as a Christian Science practitioner in San Diego, California, from 1889 to 1891 and later in San Francisco from 1903 until his death.

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