Dating ekaterinburg anna
He was a graduate of Amherst College (AB 1890) and the Columbia Law School (LLB 1892).In 1892 he married Julia Haughton Kittredge Fallows (b. Kittredge and Anne Richard Kittredge) and they had a daughter, Annette Richards Fallows (1893-1955).This collection is not housed at the Houghton Library but is shelved offsite at the Harvard Depository. Readers should check with Houghton Public Services staff to determine what material is offsite and retrieval policies and times.Edward Huntington Fallows (1865-1940) was born in Appleton, Wisconsin, the son of Samuel Fallows and Lucy Bethia Huntington Fallows.Some historians believe that Anderson was actually Franziska Schanzkowski, a Polish peasant.Grand Duchess Anastasia was born on 5 June 1901 and was said to have been killed with her family on the night of 17 July 1918 by Bolsheviks in the town of Ekaterinburg, Russia.These papers were originally assembled by Edward Huntington Fallows for his legal work for Anna Anderson in her quest to be legally recognized as, and secure the inheritance of, the Grand Duchess Anastasiia Nikolaevna, daughter of Nicholas II, (Emperor of Russia, 1901-1918).
Fragments of wood brushes, six small balls and a small chain 70. Quantity: 1 collection (19 linear feet (44 boxes)Language of materials: Collection materials are primarily in English, with some in Russian, French, and German.Abstract: Papers assembled by American lawyer, Edward Huntington Fallows, concerning the case of his client, Anna Anderson, who claimed she was the Grand Duchess Anastasiia Nikolaevna, daughter of Nicholas II, (Emperor of Russia, 1901-1918).His daughter, Annette Richards Fallows, added to these papers after his death in 1940, until her death in Boston on 28 July 1955.Anna Anderson (born probably1896 and died 12 February 1984), was the best known of the women who claimed to be Grand Duchess Anastasia.