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Willard R. Espy

Willard Richardson Espy (December 11, 1910February 20, 1999) was an American editor, philologist, writer, poet, and local historian. Raised in the seaside village of Oysterville, Washington, Espy later studied at the University of Redlands in California before becoming an editor in New York City, as well as a contributor to Reader's Digest, The New Yorker, Punch, and other publications.

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The author page for Willard Espy on Harper's magazine. Having contributed to the publication numerous times, Espy was clearly a part of popular literature.

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