|Strangers to Us All||Lawyers and Poetry|
"Albert Asche was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on July 28, 1881, the son of George and Mary Asche. A permanent resident of Indianapolis since 1894, he graduated from Indianapolis College of Commerce in 1895. He was employed as an office boy by the law firm of Morris, Newberger, and Curtis and later studied law under Nathan Morris, the firm's senior member. He received a law degree from Indiana University in 1903 and worked for several Indianapolis law firms, both in partnerships and independently, before establishing his own practice in the late 1920s. On June 16, 1917, he married Hope Schiels. Asche belonged to the Indiana State and Indianapolis bar associations and the Commercial Law League of America. He died in 1959."
[Donald E. Thompson, Indiana Authors and Their Books 1917-1966 19 (Crawfordsville, Indiana: Wabash College, 1974)]
Albert Asche, Heart Throbs: Poems and Lyrics (New York: Exposition Press, 1944)
Albert Asche, Handkarte der Provinz Hannover u. der angrenzenden Lšnderteile; 1:1000000 (Hannover, Germany: 1913)