Campbell taught at college

Rev. Andrew Graham Campbell was vice-principal of Summerland’s Baptist junior college (Okanagan College) until 1913.

Rev. Andrew Graham Campbell was vice-principal of Summerland’s Baptist junior college (Okanagan College) until 1913 when he married the music department teacher Eunice Haines.

Rev. Andrew Graham Campbell was vice-principal of Summerland’s Baptist junior college (Okanagan College) until 1913 when he married the music department teacher Eunice Haines.

Rev. Andrew Graham Campbell came from hardy pioneering stock.

Driven out of the highlands of Scotland, his forbears had migrated briefly to Ireland after which a boatload of them docked at Quebec City in the early 1830s (where Campbell was born in 1876).

Rev. Campbell was vice-principal of Summerland’s Baptist junior college (Okanagan College) until 1913 when he married the music department teacher Eunice Haines.

In a 1907 letter written to his sister, Campbell notes that “[i]t is a bit strange to be called Professor (as [the students] are beginning to do), I suppose I shall get used to it some time, I am quite rugged again.”