Stanley H. Hill papers
Scope and Contents
This collection contains pieces of correspondence, photographs, drafts of reviews, and a scrapbook of Hill's published articles in local newspapers.
- 1949 - 1971
Stanley H. Hill was born in England in 1908. He was graduated from London University, and in 1930 he came to the U.S. Hill eventually moved to Binghamton, NY and married Kathleen Sullivan. He worked for the British Immigration Service, Roberson Memorial, was head and senior contact representative for the Binghamton Veterans Administration office, served as the director of the Binghamton Theater Guild, chairman of the Broome County World Affairs Council, and as president of the American Civic Association. In his later years, Hill was a prolific writer and critic for The Binghamton Press and The Sun-Bulletin newspapers, reviewing local and national plays, musicals, and operas, as well as holding his regular columns "Stanley Hill..." and "The World of Stanley Hill." Hill died in January, 1972.
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Language of Materials
This collection contains letters received, photographs, and drafts of reviews belonging to and written by Stanley H. Hill (1908 - 1972), a newspaper critic actively engaged in his local community of Binghamton, NY. A spreadsheet listing nearly 1,200 newspaper articles and reviews written by Hill is also included.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The correspondence was donated in February, 1985 by Hill's widow, Kathleen Hill.
- Mary Tuttle
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