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Rudolph N. Hill


Rudolph Hill was born at Protem, Missouri on April 4, 1903, the son of Clarence Leroy and Elsie (Keese) Hill. He received his B.A. degree in 1926 from Oklahoma University. His poetry was anthologized in Contemporary American Poets (1928), Choir Practice (1933), American Voices (1935), Sparks Afar (1935), and Moon in the Steeple (1936). Hill, a lawyer, resided, in 1938, in Wewoka, Oklahoma.

[Source: The Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Poets: The Who's Who of American Poets 230 (New York: Avon House, 1938)]


Rudolph N. Hill, Red Ship Wings (Wewoka, Oklahoma: Lasiter Printing Company, 1929)

____________, Whipping-Tree and Wagon-Trails Farewell; America Forever: Poems ([s.l. : s.n.]: 1942)

____________, Star of Peace on Trail of Cibola (San Antonio: Naylor Co., 1954)

____________, Westward Wind and 20th Century Singing Words: Poems ([s.l. : s.n.]: 1959)(illust. by Fern H. Puckett)

____________, Curtain Calls Before Curfew: Poems ([s.l. : s.n.]: 1962)(illust. by Allan Hill)

____________, Frontiers of Soonerland in Song and Story (Oklahoma City: Adman, 1965)

____________, From Country Lanes to Space Age Dawn (San Antonio: Naylor Co., 1968)