Alfred H. Bill

Alfred Hoyt Bill (1879–1964) was an American writer. His non-fiction mostly dealt with American history while his fiction (some of it aimed at children) was set in different periods of British and French history.

He graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1903 from Yale University. After graduating, he was an instructor in English in the preparatory department of Seabury Divinity School in Faribault, Minnesota. In 1933, he and his wife moved to Princeton, New Jersey. The couple lived at 103 Mercer Street (on the same street as the Albert Einstein House). He wrote approximately 20 books on European and American history.

Upon his death in 1964, he was survived by his widow, the former Florence Dorothy Reid (1881–1967), their son Edward Clarke Bill (born in 1910) a daughter, and one grandchild. The first son of Alfred and Florence Bill was born in 1906 and survived for less than a year. Their daughter Florence (1907–1997) was married to Gregory Tschebotarioff. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Author: Bill, Alfred Hoyt, 1879-
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    Author: Bill, Alfred Hoyt, 1879-
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    Author: Bill, Alfred Hoyt, 1879-
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    Author: Bill, Alfred Hoyt, 1879-
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    Author: Bill, Alfred Hoyt, 1879-
    Published 1964
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