Edwards, Harry Stillwell poem, "The Vulture", 1920-1925.

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Edwards, Harry Stillwell, 1855-1938. Edwards, Harry Stillwell poem, "The Vulture", 1920-1925.

Edwards, Harry Stillwell poem, "The Vulture", 1920-1925.

The collection consists of a copy of The Vulture poem written by Harry Stillwell Edwards. This copy was written out for Dr. McHatton by the author sometime between 1920 and 1925.

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McHatton, Thomas Hubbard

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Edwards, Harry Stillwell, 1855-1938

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Harry Stillwell Edwards was born in Macon, Ga. in 1855. He studied law and passed the bar but never practiced because of his passion for writing. Edwards had become owner and editor of the Macon Telegraph, where he published a regular column called 'What Comes Down My Creek.' This column was very popular and he continued publishing it for the rest of his life. But Edwards' most popular work was a story called 'Eneas Africanus, ' which first appeared in the Macon Evening News (of which he was als...