Horace A. Eaton Papers circa 1957-1958.


Horace A. Eaton Papers circa 1957-1958.

The bulk of the Eaton Papers contain his autobiography in handwritten and typewritten formats which Eaton worked on during his final years. The typewritten drafts were done by his elder daughter, Rebecca. The autobiography covers Eaton's life from childhood up to and including his time at Syracuse University. There are detailed accounts of his and his wife's life in Syracuse and the associates they made. Also included in the papers are tributes made to Eaton on and surrounding the occasion of the unveiling of his portait on June 2, 1957 in the Department of English in the Hall of Languages at Syracuse University.

1 box (0.25 linear feet).

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