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Cook County Divorce Notices



Sued for Divorce: Mrs. Sara Carroll
Field, sister of Mrs. Honora Palmer, by Stanley Field, nephew of the late Marshall Field. He charges wilful and persistent desertion. [Saturday, Mar. 10, 1923, Time Magazine, sub. by K. Torp]

Divorced: Mrs. Sara Carroll
Field, sister of Mrs. Honore Palmer, by Stanley Field, nephew of the late Marshall Field and President of the Field Museum, Chicago. [Saturday, Mar. 17, 1923, Time Magazine, sub. by K. Torp]

Sued for Divorce: Mrs. Delia J.
Akeley, by Carl E. Akeley, both noted African big game hunters, in Chicago. Mrs. Akeley filed a cross bill to her husband's. Both charged desertion. [Saturday, Mar. 10, 1923, Time Magazine, sub. by K. Torp]

Sued for Divorce. Alfred J.
Kvale, the son of Rev. O. J. Kvale, U. S. Congressman from Minnesota, by the onetime "Billie Stanfield" of the Ziegfeld Follies; in Chicago. She charges that her husband—whose father was elected to Congress on his claim that he was "Dryer than Volstead"—has been "drunk for a year and a half," which is the length of time that she has been his wife. [Monday, Oct. 20, 1924, Time Magazine, sub. by K. Torp]

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