Alan A. Taber Letters to Denver Public Library
Scope and Contents
Collection contains Taber's letters with Western History Dept. Denver Public Library regarding two William Henry Jackson photographs of Horace and Augusta Tabor at their divorce. Taber claims photographs document Jackson's account of secret divorce trial in 1882 (information is unverified).
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Biographical / Historical
Alan A. Taber was a resident of Batavia, N.Y.
1 envelope (15 items)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Alan A. Taber, 1964-1973.
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