Eric S. Hatch
Eric S. Hatch (October 31, 1901 - July 4, 1973) was an American writer on the staff of The New Yorker and a novelist and screenwriter best known for his book 1101 Park Avenue that became a hit film under the title My Man Godfrey.
Born in New York City, Eric was the son of May D. Hatch and her husband Frederic H. Hatch, owner of a successful Wall Street stock brokerage firm he founded in 1888. Eric was the younger brother of biographer, Alden Hatch.
Eric Hatch died in Torrington, Connecticut at age seventy-two.
- July 6, 1973 New York Times article on the death of Eric Hatch
- "Recommended Reading," F&SF, Summer 1950, p.107
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