|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Kohler, Felix, b. approximately 1870.|
|Title:||"In a satchel"|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Birth and death dates for Felix Kohler are not available, but information provided by the donor indicates that he was a contemporary of actor Charles Coburn (1877-1961), with whom he performed in Savannah theaters in Georgia. The Savannah, Georgia city directories between 1890 and 1910 list Kohler as a travel agent and as a general manager of the Colonial Amusement Company. It is known that he married Bertha Glaser of Macon, Georgia. Kohler left Savannah sometime after 1910, living for a time in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Mason City, Iowa.
This collection consists of a short story by Felix Kohler entitled "In a Satchel" (circa 1936) that is presented as non-fiction. It was written by Kohler for publication in a serial and outlines an unusual chain of events that leads to romance between Larry Callaway of Claxton, Georgia and Amelia Leader of Vidalia, Georgia sometime after the Spanish-American War (1898). Evidence concerning the existence of Callaway and Leader could not be found.
Donor was the great-nephew of Felix Kohler's wife, Bertha Glaser.
[item identification], "In a satchel", MS 1440, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of J. Morton Williams, Jr., 1989.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Item 1: "In a satchel", circa 1936|