Jerome Hill papers. 1909-2005 (bulk1909-1986).


Jerome Hill papers. 1909-2005 (bulk1909-1986).

Correspondence, personal papers, and photographs belongingto this artist and philanthropist, a grandson of St. Paul railroad magnate James J.Hill. The collection is particularly strong in photography, as Hill documented hislife with the camera for over 50 years.


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