Thomas Henry Hall Caine (1853-1931) was the author of various novels, plays, short stories, nonfiction, and two silent film
screenplays. The collection consists of approximately 100 pieces of correspondence, a few manuscript pages of poetry, and
Thomas Henry Hall Caine was born in Runcorn, Cheshire, England on May 14, 1853; author of various novels, including Shadow of a Crime (1885), A Son of Hagar (1887), The Eternal City (1901), and The Woman of Knockaloe: a Parable (1923); also wrote plays, short stories, nonfiction, and two silent film screenplays; edited two books, Sonnets of Three Centuries and King Albert's Book: a Tribute to the Belgian King and People; worked as a leader-writer for Mercury, a Liverpool periodical; died in 1931.
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