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Alfred George Miller
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 1951

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(born Oct-10-1896, died Dec-22-1957, 61 years old) United States of America

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Alfred George Miller was an accountant and analyst in the Stanolind Oil Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and, from about 1950, in Fort Worth, Texas. In 1953, he was elected as vice-president of the Texas Chess Association.

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1. A G Miller vs Larry Evans 0-129195152nd US OpenB50 Sicilian

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  Tabanus: There are many A G Miller's, and he was a little hard to find, especially as he moved to Fort Worth just before the US Open there. And "Al" may also mean Albert. His wife is named "Fae", then "A. Faye" and "Anna F.", but his job in Stenolind reveals him:

1930: Alfred G. Miller, 33, born in Ohio, Accountant Oil Co.; Fae Miller, 31, born in Ohio, Wife, + Betty M., 9, and Marianne, 6 (US Census for Tulsa, Oklahoma)

1933: "Miller Alf G (Anna F) clk Stanolind Oil & Gas Co h1204 S Florence pl" (Tulsa, Oklahoma city directory)

1940: Alfred G. Miller, 43, born in Ohio, Accountant Fatilitation Retail Oil Business; A. Faye Miller, 31, born in Ohio, Wife, + Betty M., 19, and Mary Anne, 16 (US Census for Tulsa, Oklahoma)

1947: <A. G. Miller, Tulsa, defeated Dr. John Leach, Calallen, Texas 41 moves> (The Corpus Christi Caller, 17 Aug 1947, p. 12) (digital read copy)

1949: <A. G. Miller of Tulsa was second in the two-day tourney that closed here yesterday.> (The Corpus Christi Caller, 5 Dec 1949, p. 6) (digital read copy)

1951: A. G. Miller of Fort Worth plays in US Open in Fort Worth (Phony Benoni)

1952: "Miller Alf G (Anna F) analyst Stanolind Oil & Gas h3725 Westclift rd S" (Fort Worth city directory, only one A G Miller in it)

1953: <Clarence A. Cleere of Fort Worth Saturday night was elected president of the Texas Chess Association. The association meeting was held in conjunction with the opening of the Southwestern Open Chess Tournament. Fort Worth was selected as the 1954 tournament site. Other officers elected include Louis J. Dina and <Al Miller>, Fort Worth, vice-presidents; Fred Tears, Dallas, finance chairman; Homer Hyde, Waco, membership chairman; D. B. Martin, Fort Worth, youth activities chairman, and Harley D. Wilbur, Corpus Christi, tournament chairman.> (Dallas Morning News, 6 Sept 1953, part IV p. 3)

1957: Alfred George Miller died December 22, 1957 in 3725 Westcliff Rd. S, Fort Worth (US Headstone Applications)

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