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Breyfogle, William Arthur, 1905-1958



William Arthur Breyfogle was born on November 29, 1905 in Toronto, Canada. In 1910, he moved to Peterborough, New Hampshire. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1928 after which he attended Magdalen College in Oxford and later attended the University of Munich in Germany. Breyfogle published his first short story in the "North American Review" in 1932. He continued to be published in "Macleans" Magazine, "Collier's" and the "Toronto Star Weekly." Breyfogle died in 1958.

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William A. Breyfogle manuscripts

Identifier: MS-163
Date(s): 1956 to 1961

William Arthur Breyfogle (1905-1958), writer. Dartmouth College Class of 1928. The collection contains the drafts, typescripts and galleys of three books by Breyfogle, "Wagon Wheels: A Story of the Nationa Road" (1956), "Make Free: The Story of the Underground Railway" (1958]), and "Speak to the Earth" (1961).