Morris Buske was born and educated in Wisconsin where he studied toward a Ph.D. in History. In 1940 he began teaching at Oak Park and River Forest High School, where several colleagues had taught Ernest Hemingway. His many writings include The Record of Mankind (D.C. Heath and Co., 1965) and various articles on Hemingway. The holder of fellowships at Stanford, Wisconsin, and Columbia, he was the founding chairman of the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park. Mr. Buske died in 2005.
2007 0-7734-5218-4 This book provides fresh evidence suggesting that Ernest Hemingway’s high school education contributed considerably more to his development as a mature writer than has thus far been known. The author makes use of his own research and a collection of Hemingway's high school writing never before published. Adding his findings to the previously available information, the author reassesses the development of Hemingway as a writer. This book contains twenty-eight black and white photographs and six pages of facsimiles.