William Hunter Low, Jr. (1933 - September 18, 2008) was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated from high school in London, England and from Syracuse University. He served 20 years of combined active and reserved military service, retiring from the U.S. Army as a Lt. Colonel. He also served as a producer at the Army Pictorial Center from 1960-1966. After moving to Rochester, New York, Low joined the Eastman Kodak Company, retiring as Manager of United States Sports program in 1991.
While at Kodak, Low was instrumental in creating the Eastman award, which was presented annually to the nation's outstanding college basketball player, and in founding both the Women's Basketball Coaches Association in 1981, and the Women's All-America Basketball team in 1975. After retiring form Kodak, Hunter was the Executive Director of the New York State High School Football Coaches Association.
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Acquisition Note: Source: Gift of Hunter Low. Accession number 23071
Preferred Citation:Name of the Collection, Washington University Libraries, Department of Special Collections
Scope and Contents: Consists of correspondence, clippings, and photographs concerning the filiming of the "Battle of St. Vith" and William Gaddis. Gaddis served as writer and Low served as producer for the "Battle of St. Vith."