Cinema: The New Pictures: Jan. 2, 1933

Silver Dollar (Warner). In Denver, Colo., where a theatre and a telephone exchange are named for him, Horace Austin Warner Tabor is well remembered. "Haw" Tabor was born in 1830. He grew up in Vermont, went to work for and married the shrewish daughter of a Maine stonecutter. Heading West, young Tabor and his wife farmed in Kansas for a few years, then pushed on to prospect for gold in Colorado. Haw Tabor took to running a general store. In return for $64 worth of supplies, two German silver-diggers gave him a one-third interest...

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