Collection includes typescripts, with some corrections in pencil ("Geoffrey Chaucer," WINGED HORSE ANTHOLOGY revision, FATHER
WAS PRESIDENT, and unpublished poems), correspondence dating chiefly from the 1960's and pertaining to negotiations for the
publication of articles and books, and miscellaneous unpublished works by Hill. Also includes biographical material, diplomas,
photographs, and illustrations. There is one folder of correspondence from Andrew Putnam Hill and his wife Florence to their
son Frank, 1916-1918.
Frank Ernest Hill, son of photographer Andrew Putnam Hill (1853- 1922), born 29 August 1888 in San Jose, California, was a
newspaperman, college professor, aviator, poet, and author. He received his A.B. (1911) and A.M. (1914) from Stanford University
in English literature. His began his career as a poet, but later turned to expository prose and toward the end of his life
wrote industrial history. He died 2 November 1969.
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