Robert J. Hill

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Robert J. Hill (died May 29, 1953), nicknamed Bobil, was a draftsman, designer and the art director of the bronze division of Gorham, Inc. in Rhode Island. He designed in 1926 the General Custer Trophy, and in 1935 the Borg-Warner Trophy. He retired in 1948. [1]

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  1. ^ N.N.: Gorham Roster of Craftsmen, The Owl at the Bridge. URL last accessed 2007-09-04.