Bill Henry (1890-1970) was an American writer and journalist who lived and worked in Los Angeles, California from 1907-1970.
His professional interests focused on sports, automobiles, aviation, and presidential politics. This collection consists of
his writings, research materials, correspondence, and memorabilia relating to sports and American diplomacy during the 20th
William Mellors "Bill" Henry (1890-1970) was an American writer and journalist who lived and worked in Los Angeles, California from 1907-1970. Primarily known for
his newspaper column,
By the Way, which appeared daily in the
Los Angeles Times from 1939-1971, Henry also reported on sports and automobiles for the
Times from 1920-1939, served as technical director for 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games, and authored
An Approved History of the Olympic Games (G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1948.)
45.0 Linear feet
75 boxes, approximately 460 monographs and journal titles, and assorted objects
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