Correspondence and manuscripts related
to the life and career of the American scholar and educator Hardin Craig.
Hardin Craig (1875-1968) was an American educator and author who studied Shakespeare and
Early Modern English literature and drama. Craig was born in Kentucky and studied at
Princeton and Exeter College, Oxford, England. His teaching career lasted for 65 years and
included University of Iowa, Stanford University, and University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill. Craig was the author or editor of over 20 works on the Renaissance, John Milton, and
William Shakespeare. He died in Houston, Texas at the age of 93.
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