Strangers to Us All
Lawyers and Poetry

Margaret Waddell Peters

Nebraska & Tennessee

"Margaret Waddell was the daughter of Dr. J. Clyde Waddell and grew up in Nebraska. She and her husband moved to Tennessee shortly after their marriage. She attended Cumberland Law School and, when she was admitted to the Bar, reported that Chattanooga was her hometown. She returned to Nebraska when she retired from law and from teaching . . . ." [Tennessee Bar Association (TBA), "50 Years of Pioneers: Early Women in the Law"]

"Margaret Waddell Peters is a native Nebraskan who has been an enthusiatic Sotherner all her married life. She now lives in Monroe, Georgia, but resided in Atlanta for many years. She is a retired school teacher and a retired attorney, having received her A.B. at Monmouth College in Illinois and her J.D. from Cumberland school of Law, Samford University, in Birmingham, Alabama." [bio accompanying small frontispiece photo, Margaret Waddell Peters, Impressions (Monroe, Georgia: Walton Press, Inc, 1982)]


Margaret Waddell Peters, Impressions (Monroe, Georgia: Walton Press, Inc, 1982)(drawings by Virginia Waddell Sampson)


Margaret Waddell Peters, What Good Is Your Religion Doing You? (New York: Carlton Press, Inc., 1987)

___________________, Footsteps on the Roof (1979) [biography of her father, Dr. J. Clyde Waddell; no listing for this title in OCLC]