Napoleon Hill History
A collection of historical photos relative to Napoleon Hill and his work.
The Napoleon Hill Foundation is both excited and honored to announce that the Town of Pound, Virginia's police department has included a rendering of the town's commemorative mural that includes Napoleon Hill's image on the official patch worn on police uniforms. The police patch design originated with Tony R. Baker, Chief of Police at Pound Police Department.
From The Napoleon Hill Foundation Archives, a short poem written by Napoleon Hill after being away from writing for three years: Isn't it strange that Queens and Kings And clowns that caper in sawdust rings And common folks like you and me All are working for Eternity. To each is given a book of rules A shapeless mass and a bag of tools And each must shape 'ere Time has flown A stumbling block or a stepping stone. Visit us at www.naphill.org. #NapoleonHill #ThinkandGrowRich
From the Napoleon Hill archives - a small slice of history: Hill's mother died before her 25th birthday. Hill wasn't even eight years of age yet. This is her grave marker. #NapoleonHill #ThinkandGrowRich #Achieve
From The Napoleon Hill Foundation Archives: Hill often made his speaking notes on hotel stationary, or in this case, a small notebook. You may recognize many of the people listed including W. Clement Stone, Hill's son, Blair Hill, Lee Braxton and Jim Stovall. #NapoleonHill #ThinkandGrowRich #NapHill #NapoleonHillArchives
From the Napoleon Hill Foundation archives, the following piece titled "Not His Job" appeared in Hill's "Golden Rule Magazine" in 1919. We felt it was still worth sharing and the philosophy behind it still applicable today. #NapoleonHill #naphill #job Visit us online at www.naphill.org.