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Boller, Paul F., Jr.

BOLLER, Paul F., Jr.

BOLLER, Paul F., Jr. American, b. 1916. Genres: History, Intellectual history. Career: Emeritus Professor of History, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, since 1983 (Professor, 1976-83). Member of the faculty, Southern Methodist University, 1948-66, University of Massachusetts, 1966-76. Publications: (with J. Tilford) This Is Our Nation, 1961; George Washington and Religion, 1963; Quotemanship: The Use and Abuse of Quotations for Polemical and Other Purposes, 1967; American Thought in Transition 1865-1900, 1967; American Transcendentalism 1830-1860, 1974; Freedom and Fate in American Thought: From Edwards to Dewey, 1978; Presidential Anecdotes, 1981; Presidential Campaigns, 1984; (with R. Story) A More Perfect Union: Documents in American History, 1984; (with R. Davis) Hollywood Anecdotes, 1987; Presidential Wives, 1988; (with J. George) They Never Said It, 1989; Congressional Anecdotes, 1991; Memoirs of an Obscure Professor and Other Essays, 1992; Not So! Popular Myths from Columbus to Clinton, about the American Past, 1995; Presidential Inaugurations, 2001. Address: History Dept, Box 297260, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX 76129, U.S.A.

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