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“I have never in my life learned anything from any man who agreed with me.” - Dudley Field Malone

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Isaac Lehmann (1879-1915), New York businessman and Lusitania passenger.

Isaac Lehmann New York businessman and Lusitania passenger.

HH Holmes newspaper article!  (RE: The Devil in the White City in my favourite non-fiction books)

HH Holmes newspaper article! (RE: The Devil in the White City in my favourite non-fiction books)

Capt. Daniel Dow (1860-1931) commanded the Lusitania in 1913-1915, immediately preceding Capt. Turner.

Daniel Dow commanded the Lusitania in immediately preceding Capt.

Passenger Ogden Hammond (1869-1956) was also reassured that taking the Lusitania was safer than New York City trolley cars.

Passenger Ogden Hammond was also reassured that taking the Lusitania was safer than New York City trolley cars.

Dwight Carlton Harris (1884-1969) brought with him an engagement ring and a custom life belt.

Dwight Carlton Harris brought with him an engagement ring and a custom life belt.

Churchill wrote to Walter Runciman (1870-1948), head of the UK Board of Trade, that neutral shipping should be encouraged so that casualties might encourage the US to join the Allies.

Churchill wrote to Walter Runciman head of the UK Board of Trade, that neutral shipping should be encouraged so that casualties might encourage the US to join the Allies.

Ronald Owens, Reginald Owens Ship: RMS Lusitania Class: 2nd Nationality; Welsh Residence: Swansea, Wales-Ellwood City PA US Death: May 7, 1915 2:10 pm Cause: Lusitania sinking (body never recovered) Age: 10 years, 8 years

Welsh Residence: Swansea, Wales-Ellwood City PA US Death: May 1915 pm Cause: Lusitania sinking (body never recovered) Age: 10 years, 8 years

Captain of the Lusitania

Captain of the Lusitania

Charlotte Luck (1879-1915) was traveling with her two sons, Kenneth and Elbridge.

Charlotte Luck was traveling with her two sons, Kenneth and Elbridge.

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