Talk:Wallace Wattles

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House photo[edit]

Who is the "G. W. Wattles" to whom the California house in the photograph belongs? Given that this man is "Wallace D. Wattles", and no mention is made of a son or relative with the initials "G. W." in the article, there's nothing to link the big, fancy house- which would, reasonably, be taken by most article readers as evidence of his wealth and thus an endorsement of his philosophy- to Wallace D. Wattles. Given the photo also appears in his article, the house seems to have belonged to Gurdon Wallace Wattles, a banker "responsible for bankrolling much of early Hollywood" who, per his article, lived and died there. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:29, 3 February 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]