William H. Maher

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William H. Maher (1846–1913) was an American businessman and author.


Mayer lived at Windsor Locks, Connecticut, where he was involved with the Young Men's Club. He was a cutlery dealer in Toledo, Ohio. He married Anne Kelsey (c. 1840-1919); their daughter, Amy Grace Maher (1883–1965), was a suffragist and social welfare worker in Toledo.[1] Some letters to him are held at the library of the University of Toledo.[2]


  • On the road to riches: practical hints for clerks and young business men, 1878
  • A man of samples: something about the men he met "on the road", 1888


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