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Huntley, Frank Livingstone, b 1902 (academic)



  • Existence: b 1902


Frank Livingstone Huntley was born near Hankow, China, in 1902, the son of medical missionaries. He was educated at Oberlin College and the University of Chicago. After various academic appointments in the United States and Japan he became a lecturer at the University of Michigan in 1945 and Professor of English Language and Literature there in 1955. On his retirement in 1973 he was made Professor Emeritus of English. A specialist in the literature of the seventeenth century, his books included works on Sir Thomas Browne, Joseph Hall and Jeremy Taylor.

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Sir Geoffrey Keynes: Correspondence with Frank Huntley

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9670
Scope and Contents 71 letters, aerogrammes and cards from Keynes to Huntley, 24 Aug. 1949 - 2 July 1982 (MSS Add.9670/1-71). The letters touch on many scholarly, literary and social subjects, and the correspondents' interest in Sir Thomas Browne is well represented. The majority of the letters were written from Lammas House, Brinkley, Newmarket, with others from various addresses in London and elsewhere. MS Add.9670/10 is written on a letter to Keynes from R. W. David, manager of the Cambridge University...
Dates: 1922-1982
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