In 1900, Anna was an 18-year-old girl living with her family in Pittsburgh. She had been born in February 1882 in "Russia," arrived in the United States in 1887, and was a "box maker," likely in her father's Keystone Box Company.
|1900 United States Census; Pittsburgh, PA; Annie "Soupcof" (line 85)|
|New York Press; June 19, 1908|
In an article entitled "Poor Girl Wins Rich Heir," the New York Press talks about how Carlton O Lewis, whose father was the "millionaire head of the Lewis Foundry Company" married Anna Soupcoff "a bookkeeper in a downtown business office." It stresses the difference in faiths and financial status between the two.
|Oakland Tribune, July 1, 1908|
The Arizona Republican out of Phoenix reports on the marriage as well.
|Arizona Republican, June 10, 1908|
And how long did this marriage last?
|1910 United States Census; Pittsburgh, PA; Anna Lewis (line 28)|
|Anna Soupcoff Lewis King Kehr Grave|
|Anna Soupcoff Kehr Death Certificate; Pittsburgh, PA; 1952|