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Philip Everett Curtiss (April 10, 1885 - May 23, 1964) was a politician, novelist, and newspaper reporter in Connecticut. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut. A Republican, he served in the General Assembly of the Connecticut Legislature from 1941 until 1947 and was a trial justice and justice of the peace in Norfolk, Connecticut from 1940 until 1955. He also had his stories published in various magazines including Harper's Magazine. Yale University has a collection of his papers. He died in Winsted, Connecticut after a long illness.

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  • Philip Everett Curtiss (April 10, 1885 - May 23, 1964) was a politician, novelist, and newspaper reporter in Connecticut. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut. A Republican, he served in the General Assembly of the Connecticut Legislature from 1941 until 1947 and was a trial justice and justice of the peace in Norfolk, Connecticut from 1940 until 1955. He also had his stories published in various magazines including Harper's Magazine. Yale University has a collection of his papers. He died in Winsted, Connecticut after a long illness.
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  • Philip Everett Curtiss (April 10, 1885 - May 23, 1964) was a politician, novelist, and newspaper reporter in Connecticut. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut. A Republican, he served in the General Assembly of the Connecticut Legislature from 1941 until 1947 and was a trial justice and justice of the peace in Norfolk, Connecticut from 1940 until 1955. He also had his stories published in various magazines including Harper's Magazine. Yale University has a collection of his papers. He graduated from Hartford Public High School and Trinity College (1906). At Trinity he ran track and was in glee club. He studied in Spain and France on a fellowship. He was a member of Psi Upsilon. He served in the Connecticut National Guard from 1910 - 1916 and was deployed to the border with Mexico. In 1910 he began working for the Hartford Courant and then the Hartford Times. He married Maude Ida Frederica Knust and they had two daughters. He died in Winsted, Connecticut after a long illness.
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