Theophilus E.M. Boll (1902- ) was a professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania (1922-72). The collection consists
of letters, photographs, and research material relating to the English novelist Stephen Hudson and the publication of Hudson's
Richard, Myrtle, and I, with a critical and biographical essay by Boll.
Boll was born January 6, 1902 in New York City; attended University of Pennsylvania (BA, 1922; MA, 1924; Ph.D., 1930); spent
entire teaching career at University of Pennsylvania (1922-72) and became professor emeritus of English in 1972; author of
biographical and critical introductions to Stephen Hudson's book, Richard, Myrtle, and I (1962); also author of Miss May Sinclair, novelist: a biographical and critical introduction (1973) and many articles.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
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