|Up until about two years ago I lead on exceedingly normal life. In fact, my entire environment, home and friends, small town schooling, etc. were so typically bourgeois that I feel competent to be classed as an authority on the middle class mind. Our family moved around quite a bit in western Penna. and Ohio, my father being a superintendent on railroad construction and similar jobs. >>more...>>
Title: Hollister, William K., Autobiography
Author: Hollister, William K.
Source: FDR Library, Joseph P. Lash Papers
Publisher: Lash Papers, FDRL
- Student Autobiographies
Notes: Written while attending the 1935 Student League for Industrial Democracy Summer Leadership Institute (SLID).