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Elizabeth Hill

(b. 1925)


'Elizabeth Hill' can also refer to...

Hill, Elizabeth

Hill, Susan [Elizabeth] (1942– )

Dame Elizabeth Mary Hill (1900—1996) Russian and Slavonic scholar

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HILL, Susan Elizabeth (born 1942), novelist and playwright

HILL, Elizabeth (Mary) (1900 - 1996), Emeritus Professor of Slavonic Studies, Cambridge

Hill, Dame Elizabeth Mary (1900-1996), Russian and Slavonic scholar

Hill, Jenny [real name Elizabeth Thompson] (1848-1896), music-hall entertainer

1035. Lichfield, c. 10 Nov. '84. Jane Gastrell and Elizabeth Aston (Lichfield). Pembroke.—Hill 1892.

701 From John and Elizabeth Maseon in Crays Hill, Essex, 30 April

377. Tu. 7 Feb. '75. Thomas Lawrence. Henkel's catalogue 11 March 1916; copy by Elizabeth L., Isham.—Boswell 1791, i. 447 (Hill ii. 296).

Elizabeth A. Fenn. Pox Americana: The Great Smallpox Epidemic of 1775–82. New York: Hill and Wang. 2001. Pp. xiv, 370. $25.00

12. Lichfield. Th. 31 Jan. '40. Elizabeth Johnson (London). Address: To Mrs Johnson at Mrs Crow's in Castle Street near Cavendish Square London. Postmark: 4 FE. F. Bemis.—Hill 1892. Facsimile in Hill.

779.1. W. 1 May '82. Thomas Lawrence. Address: To Dr Lawrence. Huntington; copy by Elizabeth Lawrence, Isham.—Boswell 1791, ii. 418 (Hill iv. 143; quoted but not numbered by Hill in Letters, ii. 251).

Red Spy Queen: A Biography of Elizabeth Bentley By Kathryn S. Olmsted. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002. xvi, 268 pp. $27.50, isbn 0-8078-2739-8.)

546. Ashbourne. Sa. 13 Sept. '77. Elizabeth Aston (Lichfield). Address: To Mrs Aston at Stow hill Lichfield. Postmark illegible. Pembroke.—Croker's Boswell 1831, iii. 499.

563. Th. 20 Nov. '77. Elizabeth Aston (Lichfield). Address: To Mrs Aston Stow Hill Lichfield. Franked by Thrale. Postmark: 20 NO. Pembroke.—Croker's Boswell 1831, iv. 62.

828. Tu. 4 Feb. '83. Elizabeth Lawrence (Canterbury). Address: To Mrs Eliz Laurence in Castle Street Canterbury. Adam; copy by E. L., Isham.—Boswell 1791, ii. 419 (Hill iv. 144).

Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins: Black Daughter of the Revolution. By Lois Brown. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2008. xiv, 690 pp. $45.00, ISBN 978-0-8078-3166-3.)

 

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(1925–), Florida-born American author of picture books and middle-grade novels. Hill's earlier acting career lent an air of authenticity to her entertaining series The Street Dancers (1991), Broadway Chances (1992) ...

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