Henry James Forman (1879-1966) was a reporter and staff correspondent for
New York Sun (1903-05); news editor for
Literary Digest (1906); associate editor of
North American Review (1906-10); and managing editor of
Collier's (1913-19). He taught creative writing at Temple University and reviewed books for the
New York Times. Forman also wrote numerous books. The collection consists of correspondence as well as manuscripts by Forman and clippings
pertaining to his career.
Forman was born February 17, 1879; BA, Harvard, 1903; reporter and staff correspondent for New York Sun (1903-05); news editor, Literary Digest (1906); associate editor, North American Review (1906-10); managing editor, Collier's (1913-19); taught creative writing at Temple University; reviewed books for the New York Times; writings include: In the Footprints of Heine (1910), The Enchanted Garden (1923), Guilt (1924), The Pony Express (1925), The Rembrandt Murder (1931), The Story of Prophecy (1936), and Have You a religion? (1941); died January 3, 1966.
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