David H. Morton (1886-1957) was an American author, reporter and poet. In 1909 he graduated with the degree of B. S. from the Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. He worked as a journalist, reporter and associated editor up to 1915. After a decade of newspaper work, starting at the Louisville Courier-Journal, he became a teacher in the high school at Morristown, New Jersey. Beginning in 1924, he taught at Amherst College. His work appeared in Harper's Magazine. He is noted for having written a fan letter to Dashiell Hammett. His works include: Ships in Harbour (1920) and Harvest: A Book of Sonnets (1924).
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