Born in rural Nova Scotia and later educated at Harvard University, W. Roy Mackenzie was a faculty member of Washington University in the Department of English for 42 years beginning in 1918. He is considered by many to be the greatest authority on Shakespeare in America.
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Finding Aid Revisions: This finding aid was entered into Archon by Meg Tuomala in June 2012.
Scope and Contents: These papers comprise of Mackenzie’s notes from courses that he taught at Washington University, a few personal writings, and numerous items that chronicle his interest in military matters from World War I and World War II.