Hill, Archibald Anderson, papers, 1924-1986, 1970-1979.

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Hill, Archibald Anderson, papers, 1924-1986, 1970-1979.

Correspondence and creative works document the life and career of Archibald Anderson Hill, a professor of English and Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin. The bulk of the records are from the 1970s and relate to Dr. Hill's career as a linguist both at the University of Texas and after his retirement.

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The University of Texas at Austin (UT) opened in 1883 with eight professors, four assistants, a proctor, and 221 male and female students. The first set of graduates, consisting of thirteen law students, attended UT commencement on June 14, 1884. By World War I, enrollment rose to 2,254 and by World War II to over 11,000. African Americans were admitted in 1950, and by 1966, there were 27,345 students. Over the next 40 years, the university continued to expand. In 2009 e...

Hill, Archibald A.

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Archibald Anderson Hill (1902-1992) was a renowned scholar and professor of English and Linguistics at the University of Texas. Born in New York City on July 5, 1902, Hill grew up in San Diego and graduated from Pomona College, California (1923) with a Bachelor of Arts in English. He received a Master of Arts in English from Stanford University (1926) and a PhD in English from Yale University (1927). Hill taught at the University of Michigan, University of Virginia and Georgetown University befo...

Joos, Martin.

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Martin Joos was a linguist and taught at the University of Toronto and the University of Wisconsin. He had a great impact on the study of linguistics through his forty or more articles and reviews, and five books: "Middle High German Courtly Reader," "English Verb," "Five Clocks," "Acoustic Phonetics," and "Readings in Linguistics." From the description of Papers, [ca. 1930s-1970s]. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122523428 ...

Lingusitic Society of America.

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