Holman Francis Day (1865-1935) wrote for Maine newspapers and magazines, published two books of poetry and several novels.
The collection consists of correspondence, including 101 letters (1915-21) from Day to his wife Florence Levin Day and 71
letters (1914-35) from various persons to Holman Day. There is also a manuscript of an unpublished novel,
Tumbling torrents, 24 manuscripts of short stories, and related ephemera.
Holman Francis Day was born in Maine in 1865; attended Colby College; wrote for Maine newspapers and magazines; published
two books of poetry, Up in Maine (1900) and Pine tree ballads (1902); published several novels, including Squire Phin (1905), King spruce (1908), The ramrodders (1910), and The rider of the king log (1919); writings include tales of the supernatural; died in 1935.
3 boxes (1.5 linear ft.)
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