Clifford Mishler submitted this query about Stuart M. Mosher - can anyone help?
In conjunction with redeveloping the biographical sketches on ANA Numismatic Hall of Fame honorees for resurrecting a meaningful recognition at the headquarters in Colorado Springs, we have been unable to pin down the where and when for the birth of Stuart M. Mosher who served as editor of "The Numismatist" from 1945 to 1954.
Records available at ANA indicate that he was born in 1904 in Nova Scotia and died on February 20, 1956, at Oakton, Virginia.
A data search did not result in a data match for a Stuart M. Mosher being born in Nova Scotia in 1904.
The search did reveal, however, that a Stuart Marshall Mosher was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, on January 10, 1903.
In the Spring, 1998 issue of "The Asylum," the late Randolph Zander referred to Stuart Mosher as having been a "Down East Bluenose," but that reference was not accompanied by any indication of place or date of birth.
Could anyone possibly assist us in pinning down the desired biographical data?
I may be contacted at mish@EclecticPursuitsIola.com
Wayne Homren, Editor
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