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Box 1

 Container

Contains 3 Results:

Letters to Annie (“Nancy”) Waller, 1899-1902

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: F1
Scope and Contents

Includes letters from Alfred Waller to his wife Annie; one letter from Cleveland D. Fisher, A. H. Rathbone & Co., New York, who was an acquaintance of both parties; and one letter from "Mother" advising Annie Waller not to pursue divorce. All letters discuss the separation of Alfred and Annie Waller. Two letters from Alfred Waller to Annie include her written responses on the reverse side.

Dates: 1899-1902

Letters to Alfred Waller, 1899-1900

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: F2
Scope and Contents

Includes letters pertaining to Alfred Waller's separation and pending divorce from Annie Waller. Correspondents include Counsel Allen Beach of Watertown and Sackets Harbor, New York, Alfred’s brother Tom T. Waller, and his wife Annie Waller.

Dates: 1899-1900

Letters to (“Governor”) Allen Beach from Alfred Waller, 1899 August-1900 May

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: F3
Scope and Contents

Includes letters discussing the separation and pending divorce of Alfred and Annie Waller. Allen Beach was the Waller's friend and legal counsel in this matter. Several letters include a discussion of Alfred Waller's attempts to orchestrate suspicions of his infidelity while in Philadelphia in order to provide circumstantial evidence as grounds for his wife’s divorce suit.

Dates: 1899 August-1900 May