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George Miller, 1905, wearing a gray necktie
The man who wears gray neckties

Photo of George Miller

The man who wears gray neckties real name was George Miller. He worked at the McKibben Mill and was known for being very kind to animals and children. He gave Opal pens and paper to write her diary with.

George Miller was identified as the "man who wears gray neckties" by Pearl Whiteley in 1920 and by his nephew, the late John Wilson Sr.

Scene 114: Visiting Sadie McKibben and the Man Who Wears Gray Neckties     

Scene 3: Colored Pencils from the Fairies     

Scene 62: The Death of William Shakespeare     

Photo courtesy of John Wilson
Research by Steve Williamson 



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