Guide to the Frank Ernest Hill Collection , 1905-1969

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Guide to the Frank Ernest Hill Collection , 1905-1969

Collection number: M0212

Department of Special Collections and University Archives

Stanford University Libraries

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Department of Special Collections
  • Green Library
  • Stanford University Libraries
  • Stanford, CA 94305-6004
  • Phone: (650) 725-1022
  • Email: speccoll@sulmail.stanford.edu
  • URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/
Processed by:
Special Collections staff
Date Completed:
1971 Sept. 21
© 1999 The Board of Trustees of Stanford University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Frank Ernest Hill Collection ,
Date (inclusive): 1905-1969
Collection number: Special Collections M0212
Creator: Hill, Frank Ernest, 1888-1969.
Extent: 1.5 linear ft.
Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

None.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

Provenance

Gift of Mrs. Frank Ernest Hill, 1970 and 1971.

Preferred Citation:

[Identification of item] Frank Ernest Hill Collection , M0212, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Biographical Note

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.

Scope and Content

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with some corrections in pencil ("Geoffrey Chaucer," WINGED HORSE ANTHOLOGY revision, FATHER WAS PRESIDENT, and unpublished poems), correspondence dating chiefly from the 1960's and pertaining to negotiations for the publication of articles and books, and miscellaneous unpublished works by Hill.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.

Container List

Box 1, Folder 1

Geoffrey Chaucer, unpublished and unused radio script dating from the 1940's

Box 1, Folder 2

TLS - Margaret Lesser to FEH, 6/23/47

 

TLS - Margaret Lesser to FEH, 3/29/49

 

plus possible additions for new edition (discussed in letters but never published) of Winged Horse Anthology

Box 1, Folder 3

TLS - Edward T. James to FEH, 2/27/64

 

T copy FEH to ETJ, 2/10/64

 

copy of directions for contributors to Supplement 3 of the Dictionary of American Biography

 

T copy, FEH to ETJ, 2/13/64

 

T copy, FEH to Owen (Ford Motor Co.), 9/22/64

 

TLC, Owen to FEH, 9/25/64

 

T copy, FEH to Owen, 9/28/64

 

A copy, n.d.FEH to ETJ

 

T copy, FEH to ETJ, 10/3/64

 

TLS, ETJ to FEH, 10/30/64

 

T copy, FEH to ETJ, 11/2/64

 

T copy (incomplete) of Edsel Ford article

 

T copy of Henry Ford Article with A notes and rough draft

 

A notes-outline for Henry Ford Article

 

A draft for bibliography

 

T copy of 11/64 article version, uncorrected

 

T copy, FEH to ETJ, 11/19/64

 

TLS, ETJ to FEH, 12/4/64

 

T copy, FEH to ETJ, 12/7/64

 

These all deal with negotiations for FEH to write the Henry and Edsel Ford articles for the third supplement of the Dictionary of American Biography

Box 1, Folder 4

TLS, Harold A. Basilius to FEH, 5/19/64

 

T copy, FEH to David McKay and Co., 5/19/64

 

T copy, FEH to HAB. 5/21/64

 

TLS, Edward E. Mills to FEH, 5/26/64

 

TLS, HAB to FEH, 5/27/64

 

T copy, FEH to HAB, 6/2/64

 

T copy, FEH to EEM, 6/9/64

 

TLS, EEM to FEH, 6/12/64

 

T copy, FEH to HAB, 6/16/64

 

T copy, FEH to EEM, 6/19/64

 

TLS, EEM to FEH, 6/18/64

 

T copy, FEH to EEM, 6/22/64

 

T copy - introduction to reissue of Chaucer

 

TLS, EEM to FEH, 7/1/64

 

T copy, FEH to EEM, 7/2/64

 

TLS, HAB to FEH, 7/13/64

 

T copy of letter and agreement, EEM to FEH, 7/16/64

 

T copy, FEH to EEM, 7/28/64

 

TLS, EEM to FEH, 7/29/64

 

Wayne State University Press Board of Advisors Newsletter, Vol. VIII (1965)No. 1.

 

T copy, FEH to HAB, 2/1/65

 

TLS, EEM to FEH, 2/7/65

 

T copy, FEH to EEM, 2/8/67

 

T copy, FEH to EEM, 2/12/67

 

TLS, EEM to FEH, 4/4/67

 

T copy FEH to EEM, 4/13/67with history of Chaucer translation

 

TLS, EEM to FEH, 4/14/67

 

T copy, FEH to EEM, 4/15/67

 

TLS, EEM to FEH, 4/18/67

 

T copy, Mrs. FEH to EEM

 

copies of some comments on the Chaucer Translation, copy of review of book in New York Times, 1935

Box 1, Folder 5

unpublished poems (1938 - 1969)to his wife, 25

Box 1, Folder 6

copy of TLS, Vincent P. Carosso to Mrs. FEH, 4/2/71

 

A. promotional material and T final draft to introduction of Father Was President by FEH and VPC

Box 1, Folder 7

Chap. 1, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 8

Chap. 2, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 9

Chap. 3, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 10

Chap. 4, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 11

Chap. 5, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 12

Chap. 7, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 13

Chap. 8, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 14

Chap. 9, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 15

Chap. 10, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 16

Chap. 11, in note form

Box 1, Folder 17

Chap. 11, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 18

Chap. 12, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 19

Chap. 13, Father Was President

Box 1, Folder 20

Miscellaneous - list of books on historians

 

New York Times obituary

 

copy of review of book, What is American? by FEH in New York Herald Tribune, 1933

Note

1/4/72 ADDITION TO OVERSIZE - ILLUSTRATION FOR CHAUCER'S CANTERBURY TALES, [7th] EDITION, ARTIST
Box 1, Folder 21

Correspondence, 1916-1918,mostly from Andrew P. Hill to Florence Hill to Frank and Elsa Hill

Box 2, Folder 1

1. TLS, 5/12/26Stephen T. Mather to Hill with enclosed copy of TL 5/11/26James McCormick to Mather

Note

SEE BACK FOR ADDITIONS
 

2. TLS copy, 2/5/62Hill to Manhattan Traffic Court

 

3. TLS copy, 2/23/62Robert [cocoalt] to Hill re: gift to Columbia University of Letters and correspondence of Sarah Sumner Broughton (1802 - 1853) with copy of perspective on Broughton by Hill.

 

4. TL copy, 4/4/63Hill to Bruce [Bliven]

 

5. TLS, 4/9/63Lawrence H. Chamberlain to Hill

 

6. TL copy, 4/18/63Hill to Davis F. Pritchett

 

7. TLS, 5/10/63Allan Nevins to Hill re: who to write comment on Ford Overseas by Hill

 

8. TLS, 6/25/63Allan Nevins to Hill re: 3rd volume of Ford history

 

9. TLS, 7/26/63Fred K. Weyerhaeuser to Hill re: Hill's history of Weyerhaeuser Company

 

10. TPCS, 8/13/63Bruce [Bliven] to Hill

 

11. TLS, 8/14/63William D. Boutwell to Hill

 

12. TLS, 12/30/63Earl J. Pallasch to whom this will concern (Hill)

 

13. TLS, 1/7/64Lawrence H. Chamberlain to Hill

 

14. TL copy, 1/30/64Hill to Ralph [W. Hidy?] re: The New World of Wood and Father Was President

 

15. TL copy, 2/12/64Hill to Allan [Nevins]

 

16. TLS, 2/13/64Allan Nevins to Hill

 

17. TLS, 2/14/64Ralph W. Hidy to Hill re: Timber and Men

 

18. TL copy, 2/17/64Hill to Allan [Nevins] re: work on Father Was President and The New World of Wood, and The Fabulous Forest

 

19. TL copy, 2/17/64Hill to Ralph [W. Hidy]

 

20. TLS, 3/2/64Allan Nevins to Hill

 

21. TL copy, 3/5/64[Hill] to Allan[Nevins] re: American Business Abroad, New World of Wood, Father Was President

 

22. TLS, 4/5/64Allan Nevins to Hill re: proposed book on James Truslow Adams

 

23. TL copy, 4/7/64Hill to Allan [Nevins]

 

24. TLS, 4/13/64Allan Nevins to Hill re: James Truslow Adams letters

 

25. TL copy, 4/15/64Hill to Nevins re: J. T. Adams letters

 

26. TLS, 4/22/64Nevins to Hill re: J. T. Adams letters

 

27. TL copy, 4/27/64Hill to Nevins re: J. T. Adams letters

 

28. TLS, 5/4/64Nevins to Hill re: J. T. Adams letters

 

29. TLS copy, 5/7/64Hill to Nevins re: J. T. Adams letters

 

30. TLS copy, 5/8/64Hill to Nevins re: J. T. Adams letters

 

31. TL copy, 5/8/64Hill to Nevins re: J. T. Adams letters

 

32. TLS, 5/11/64Nevins to Hill re: J. T. Adams Letters

 

33. TLS, 5/11/64Nevins to Hill

 

34. TL copy, 5/14/64Hill to Nevins re: J. T. Adams papers and books

 

35. TLS copy, 5/18/64Hill to Russ[ell Hill]

 

36. TLS copy, 6/2/64Hill to Nevins

 

37. TL copy, 6/18/64Nevins to Dr. Jacques Barzun (provost of Columbia University

 

38. TL copy, 6/23/64Hill to Nevins

 

39. TL copy, 7/11/64Hill to Nevins re: Chaucer and possible teenage book on famous historians.

 

40. TLS. 7/13/64Harold A. Basilius to Hill re: requesting Hill's opinion on Louis Marshall and the Defense of Jewish Rights in the U.S.

 

41. TLS, 7/14/64Stanley Salmen to Hill

 

42. TL copy, 7/15/64Hill to Stanley Salmen

 

43. TL copy, 7/29/64Hill to Harold A. Basilius re: Hill's comments on Louis Marshall and the Defense etc.

 

44. TLS, 7/30/64David J. Innis to Hill

 

45. TLS, 8/6/64Harold A. Basilius to Hill

 

46. TL copy, 8/17/64Hill to Justin [Miller] re: Chaucer, Famous Historians, relatives

 

46.a 8/27/64ALS [UNK] to [UNK] [UNK]

 

47. ALS, 8/29/64Justin Miller to Hill

 

48. TL copy, 8/31/64Hill to Nevins re: Famous Historians

 

49. TLS, 9/3/64Marilyn Abel to Hill re: submitting American Business Abroad for Pulitzer Prize

 

50. TL copy, 12/1/64Hill to Allen and Mary Nevins re: Chaucer, Ford, current politics

 

51. TLS, 12/9/64Nevins to Hill re: references to Masefield, T. S. Eliot, Sandburg

 

52. TLS copy, 12/15/64Hill to Nevins re: 1 volume Ford history, Famous Historians

 

53. TLS copy, 12/17/64Hill to Russ[ell Hill]

 

54. TLS copy, 1/24/65Hill to Lyndon Baines Johnson

 

55. TL copy, 1/26/65Hill to Mary and Allan Nevins

 

56. TL copy, [1/65?]Hill to Allan and Mary Nevins

 

57. TL copy, 2/7/65Hill to Allan [Nevins]

 

58. TLS, 2/10/65Douglas Cater to Hill

 

59. TL copy, 3/31/65Hill to Allan Nevins re: single columer Ford history and Famous Historians

 

60. TL copy, [5/65?]Hill to Allan and Mary Nevins

 

61. TL copy, 5/3/65Hill to Russ[ell Hill]

 

62. TL copy, 6/6/65Hill to Anabel

 

63. TL copy, 6/27/65Hill to Russ[ell Hill]

 

64. ALS, 7/11/65A[llan] N[evins] to Hill

 

65. TLS, 8/14/65Allan [Nevins] to Frank and Ruth Hill

 

66. TL copy, 9/2/65Hill to Anabel [Hill]

 

67. TLS, 9/4/65Bruce Bliven to Hill

 

68. TLS copy, 9/4/65Hill to Editor, The Listener re: politics

 

69. TLS, 9/9/65Allan Nevins to Hill

 

70. 9/12/65,TLS copy, Hill to Anabel [Hill]

 

71. TL copy, 11/4/65Hill to Kay and Russ[ell] [Hill]

 

72. TLS copy, 11/12/65Frank Ernest Hill to Frank E. Hill re: package Hill received intended for a different Frank E. Hill of Baltimore, Maryland

 

73. TLS, 12/6/65Nevins to Hill

 

74. APS, 1/66Barbara Tuch[man?] to Hill

 

74.a 1/24/66TLS [UNK] to [UNK]

 

75. TL copy, 1/24/66Hill to Allan and Mary Nevins re: automobile book

 

76. TLS copy, 2/15/66Hill to Allan Nevins

 

77. TLS, 2/15/66Seth M. Agnew to Hill

 

78. TLS, [1966?]Ruth [Hill] to Frank [Hill]

 

79. TLS copy, 2/26/66Hill to Miller

 

80. TLS, 4/24/66Russell [Hill] to Hill

 

81. TLS, 4/24/66Allan Nevins to Hill re: Famous Historians

 

82. TLS, 1/10/67Nevins to Hill

 

83. TLS, 1/23/67Nevins to Hill

 

84. TLS, 1/24/67Barbara Kraft to Hill

 

85. TL copy, 2/26/67Hill to Val May

 

86. TLS, 3/19/67Russell [Hill] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

87. TL copy, 1/67 or 5/67Hill to Allan [Nevins]

 

88. TL copy, 4/14/67Hill to Herbert Baldwin

 

89. TL copy, 4/24/67Hill to Nevins

 

90. TL copy, 5/2/67Hill to Russ[ell Hill]

 

91. TLS copy, 8/21/67Hill to William D. Hart re: The Automobile, etc.

Box 2, Folder 2

1. ALS, 1/17/68Mrs. Leland to Hill

 

2. TL copy, 1/25/68Hill to The Librarian, Library of the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center, N. Y.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
 

3. TL copy, 2/15/68Hill to The Librarian, Library of the Performin Arts, Lincoln Center, N. Y.

 

4. TLS 2/17/68Bernard A Weisberger to Hill

 

5. TLS. 2/20/68Thor E. Wood (Library of the Performing Arts) to Hill

 

6. TL copy, 2/24/68Hill to Thor E. Wood re: radio scripts

 

7. TLS, 3/3/68E. B. Long to Hill re: book on sons of Presidents

 

8. TLS, 3/5/68Jeanne M. Walsh to Hill

 

9. TL copy, 3/7/68Hill to E. B. Long

 

10. TLS 3/29/68Louis [Starr] to Hill with enclosed copy, TLS, Erik Barnouw to Paula Barrett

 

11. TL copy, 4/8/68Hill to Mary and Allan Nevins

 

12. TLS, 8/27/68Allan Nevins to Hill

 

13. TL copy, 9/29/68Hill to Grandson Alan with enclosed 2 copies of 8 page typed essay on Types of Writing and Materials for it - advice and biographical information

 

14. TL copy, 10/2/68Hill to Russell [Hill]

 

15. TLS, 10/28/68Alan [Hill] to Hill

 

16. TL copy, [10-11/68?]Hill to grandson Alan: comments on story by Alan

 

17. TLS, 11/2/68Alan to Hill

 

18. TLS copy, 11/7/68Hill to Russell [Hill]

 

19. ALS, 11/8/68Alan Hill to Granddad and Aunt Ruth Hill

 

20. TL copy, 11/16/68Hill to Mary and Allan Nevins re: sons of Presidents book

 

21. TLS 11/21/68Louis Starr to Hill

 

22. TL copy, 11/27/68Hill to Louis Starr

 

23. TL copy, 12/11/68Hill to Alan

 

24. ALS, [12/68?]Allan [Nevins] to Hill

 

25. ALS, 12/15/68Mary [Nevins] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

26. ALS, 12/25/[68?]Mary [Nevins] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

27. TLS, 12/25/68Allan Nevins to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

28. TL copy, Hill to Harry Emerson Fosdick re: Blacks and education--civil rights, 12/28/68

 

29. TLS, [12/68]Harry Emerson Fosdick to Hill

 

30. TLS, 1/5/69Allan Nevins to Frank and Ruth Hill re: The Ordeal

 

31. TL copy, 1/8/69Hill to Mary and Allen Nevins

 

32. AL, 3/[8]/69[Allen Nevins] to Frank and Ruth Hill with cover

 

33. 3/4/69,ALS Alan Hill to Hill

 

34. TL copy, 3/14/69Hill to Allen [Nevins] re: politics and Father Was President

 

35. ALS, 3/15/69Robert Duffus to Hill re: ´politics, Jason Goose; on verso, ALS from Leah Louise Duffus to Hill

 

36. TLS, 3/22/69Russell Hill to Ruth Hill

 

37. TLS, 3/27/69Andy [Andrew P. Hill - Hill's brother] to Ruth and Frank Hill with enclosed biographical note on Cornelia Barth Hill, deceased wife of Andrew

 

38. TL copy, 4/5/69Hill to Andy [Andrew P. Hill]

 

39. TL copy, 4/6/69,Hill to Kay and Russell [Hill]

 

40. ALS, [5-8/69?][Birdella Hill?], daughter of Andrew P. Hill to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

41. TLS, 4/18/69Hill to Leah-Louise and Robert [Duffus]

 

42. TLS, 4/20/69Allan Nevins to Frank and Ruth Hill with postscript by Mary Nevins

 

43. TLS, 5/21/69Allan Nevins to Hill

 

44. ALS, [4-5/69]Rachel Hill [granddaughter of F. Hill] to Hill

 

45. ACS, [6/3/69]Rachel to Hill

 

46. TLS, 6/4/69Allan Nevins to Hill

 

47. ALS, [6-7/69]Rachel Hill to Hill

 

48. TL copy, 7/2/69Hill to Andy [Hill] re: Father Was President

 

49. TLS, 7/2/69[Mrs. C. Gillard[to Hill

 

50. ALS, 7/8/69[Harry] A. Hamilton to Hill

 

51. TL copy, 7/10/69Hill to Victoria L. Schact

 

52. TLc opy, 7/11/69Hill to Mary and Allan Nevins re: N. Y. politics

 

53. ALS, 7/14/69Shirley Sargent to Hill

 

54. ALS, 7/20/69Mary [Nevins] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

55. ALS, 7/29/[69]Mary [Nevins] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

56. TLS, 8/1/69Allan Nevins to Hill with enclosed copy, TL, 8/1/69Nevins to Warren A. Peters

 

57. TL copy, 8/1/69Allan Nevins to Charles T. Duncan

 

58. TL copy, 8/5/69Hill to Allan and Mary Nevins re: Father Was President

 

59. TLS, 8/5/69Allan Nevins to Hill and William Q. Maxwell

 

60. ACS, 8/8/69Owen and Georgia [] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

61. ALS, 8/19/[69]Mary [Nevins] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

62. ALS, 9/2/[69]Mary [Nevins] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

63. TLS, 9/3/69Allan Nevins to Hill

 

64. TL copy, 9/4/69Hill to American Academy of Pplitical and Social Science

 

65. TLS copy, 9/6/69Hill to Allan Nevins

 

66. TLS and copy, 9/11/69Hill to Robert Duffus re: politics

 

67. TLS, 9/24/69Philip Hill [grandson] to Hill

 

68. TL copy, 9/24/69Hill to Mary and Allan Nevins

 

69. TLS, 9/25/69Allan Nevins to Hill

 

70. TLS copy, 9/27/69HILL to Mary and Allan Nevins

 

71. ALS [9/69]Bridella [] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

72. TL copy, 10/2/69Hill to Philip [Hill]

 

73. TLS copy, 10/17/69Gary L. Shumway to Hill with questionnaire on Oral History Projects in U. S.

 

74. TLS copy, 10/20/69Hill to Gary L. Shumway

 

75. TLS, 10/27/69Allan Nevins to Frank and Ruth Hill

 

76. TLS, 10/29/69Andy [Hill] to Ruth and Frank Hill

 

77. ALS, 11/4/69Louis Starr to Ruth Hill - condolences

 

78. TLS, 11/7/69Henry Ford Jr. to Ruth Hill - condolences with cover

 

79. ALS, n.d. [7/7/?][Mary Duclous or Mary F. Robinson?] to Hill

Box 2, Folder 3

1. ALS Xerox, 12/26/60Hill to Mrs. Horace Laughlin (Birdella)

 

2. ALS Xerox, 12/18/63Hill to Birdella

 

3. ALS Xerox, 1/6/64Hill to Birdella

 

4. ALS Xerox, 1/8/64Hill to Birdella

 

5. TLS Xerox with A. diagram and A. postscript, 1/22/64Hill to Birdella

 

6. ALS Xerox, 9/20/64Hill to Birdella

 

7. TLS Xerox, 10/11/66Hill to Birdella

 

8. TLS Xerox, 1/31/67Hill to Birdella

 

9. TLS Xerox, 2/12/69Hill to Birdella

 

10. TLS Xerox, 2/12/69Hill to Andrew P. Hill

 

11. ALS Xerox, 8/29/69Hill to Birdella

 

12. ALS 10/16/69Hill to Birdella (Xerox)

Scope and Content Note

These letters deal mostly with Frank Hill's personal life, his work and his daily activities.
Box 2, Folder 4

1. Carbon - jacket notes on Frank Ernest Hill, probably to accompany three volume work on Ford Motor Company

 

2. Biographical-A Note on My Family and My Own Early Work as a Writer by FEH explanation by [UNK] [UNK] [UNK]

 

3. Notes concerning the five pages entitled Biographical, by Mrs. Horace Laughlin

 

4. Obituary in New York Times - Frank Ernest Hill

Note

See [UNK] [UNK] [UNK]
Box 2, Folder 5

1. Diploma of Graduation - Leland Stanford Junior University, B.A. 5/22/11

 

2. Diploma of Graduation - Leland Stanford Junior University, M.A. 5/18/14

Box 2, Folder 6

Early Poems - typed and autographed with typed carbon copy

Box 2, Folder 7

Poems, 1905 - 1907,autograph manuscript copy with illustrations by Frank Ernest Hill

Box 2, Folder 8

Poems, 1908 - 1909with illustrations by Frank Ernest Hill and typed carbon copy

Box 2, Folder 9

1. Debate delivered by Frank Ernest Hill, n.d.

 

2. The Fantasy of the Navigators and the Sea God (2)

 

3. Zoroaster - A Poem

 

4. Phi Beta Kappa Address - The Saving Fire, a poem by Frank Ernest Hill

 

5. Go thy way and I go mine... manuscript copy of poem by Frank Ernest Hill

 

6. The California Redwood Park by Frank Ernest and Florence W. Hill

 

7. The California Redwood - poem by F. A. Nattinger

 

8. The Poet Faces the Machine Age, lecture by Frank Ernest Hill

 

9. The School in the Camps by Frank Ernest Hill

 

10. Famous Belgians - Guido Gazelle, Poet of Flanders, radio script by Frank Ernest Hill (2)

Box 3, Folder 10

Illustrations for Stone Dust

Box 3, Folder 11

Miscellaneous post cards, catalogues and newspaper articles not by Frank Ernest Hill, map

Box 3, Folder 12

2 copies, honorable discharge from service

 

2 copies - Army drawing class

Box 2, Folder 9

11 Student [UNK] at the [UNK] (2) 1943-44 - 1945-46

 

12 [UNK]

 

13 [UNK] [UNK] - a [UNK] [UNK] (2)