Miscellany, Feb. 6, 1933


In Knoxville, Tenn., a tall, greying man walking along a street suddenly forgot what his name last week had been, remembered that in 1911 it had been Edgar G. Allen of Ridgewood, N. J. From the past he remembered a brother, sister, two sons. A son and brother came, identified him. From the present in Madisonville, Tenn., his wife, Mrs. Ted Morris, whom he had married in 1912, and a daughter Dolores, 13, came, met his blank stare, his statement that he had no idea where he had been for 22 years. (He...

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