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Letter from Dr. William Marcus Taylor to Robert Harrell

Date: Jan. 16 1934 | Identifier: 428.1.a
A typed and signed letter to Robert Harrell [Harrill] of Shelby, North Carolina, from Dr. William Marcus Taylor of The Taylor School of Bio-Psychology, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Taylor expresses his gladness to hear that Harrill is back with his wife, encourages him to continue spreading the word about bio-psychology, and supports him in pursuing the field in the future. Robert E. Harrill (1893-1972), a native of South Carolina, worked for many years as a linotype operator and jeweler in Shelby, N.C. Possibly influenced by the Taylor School of Bio-Psychology, Harrill about 1955 moved to Fort Fisher, N.C., where he lived in an abandoned World War II bunker until his death. more...
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