Ervin G. Lewy

Mr Ervin G. Lewy

Mr Ervin G. Lewy boarded the Titanic in Cherbourg. He and was traveling to his home in Chicago, Illinois. Lewy was a jeweller living at 5728 South Park Avenue, Chicago. His offices were in the Republic building. He died in the sinking. His two brothers, J. B. Lewy and M. D. Lewy, frequented the White Star office in Chicago attempting to learn of his fate.

References and Sources

Chicago Daily Tribune (Illinois), 17 April 1912; 19 April 1912

Credits
Homer Thiel, USA

Articles and Stories

Ervin Lewy : Brother Awaits News

Chicago Examiner  (1912) 

ERVIN LEWY : BROTHER AWAITS NEWS

 
First Claims due to Titanic Disaster to Be Settled

Chicago Tribune  (1912) 

FIRST CLAIMS DUE TO TITANIC DISASTER TO BE SETTLED

 
LEWY BROS., JEWELERS, FAIL

New York Times  (1925) 

LEWY BROS., JEWELERS, FAIL

 
LOST TWO IN IROQUOIS FIRE

New York Times  (1912) 

LOST TWO IN IROQUOIS FIRE

 
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