Curtis Hidden Page (1870 - 1946)
Curtis Hidden Page (April 4, 1870-December 13, 1946) was a United States educator and writer. He was born in Greenwood, Missouri. He graduated from Harvard University, where in 1890 he became the first recipient of the George B. Sohier Prize for literature. He held teaching positions in French and English at Harvard University (1893–1908), Columbia University (1908–1909), Northwestern University (professor of English literature, 1909–1911), and Dartmouth College (professor of English literature, 1911–1946). Page was elected to the New Hampshire state legislature in 1933 and again in 1939.
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