Chrisman Collection

Harry E. Chrisman, former Liberal author and historian, donated a large collection of his writings, photographs, and other items to Liberal Memorial Library for the purpose of research. This database searches the contents of the Chrisman Collection.


Call No: P409-F1ab

Description: Sam Heraldson and his wife

Date of origin: 1934

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 13/16

Condition: Excellent


[back] Other guests at the Rogers Hotel: Sam Heraldson and his “wife.” Sam worked with a Washington, D. C. ring that took cars and re-sold them to unsuspecting buyers. The FBI came to Camp Hill one day looking for Sam. He had left for Florida the day before. A few days later I went to Bay Minette, Ala. to finish up some business there. My friend the Veterinarian at Camp Hill said some of the folks there said, “Yes, Chrisman and the Heraldson’s are probably on a beach in Florida now!” Ha! What suspicious people we have in this land. [stamp] THIS PAPER MANUFACTURED BY KODAK


Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a man and woman standing on the porch of a building. There are steps directly in front of them.

Other Info.:

Related to: P408-F1b (Harry Chrisman at Camp Hill, AL), P407-F1b (Harry Chrisman at Camp Hill with cotton bales), P406-F1ab (Harry Chrisman and Mabel Rogers), P404-F1b (Harry Chrisman), P403-F1b (Harry Chrisman and Mabel Rogers’ Cousin),

Subject: automobile, Camp Hill Alabama, FBI, Rogers Hotel, Sam Heraldson,