COL. GRACIE TO BE MET IN NEW YORK BY HIS DAUGHTER

Washington Times

Rescued Man Was Returning From Trip to Europe Taken In Search of Health
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Col. Archibald Gracie, whose rescue from the Titanic is indicated by all the lists of passengers saved, made the trip abroad on account of poor health, it is stated. He went to New York about six weeks ago and consulted a specialist, who advised a trip to Europe. Colonel Gracie spent a part of his time abroad in Germany, returning to Southampton by way of London.

No word has been received at his residence this morning from his daughter, who left yesterday for New York to meet her father, nor from Mrs. Gracie, who has been absent from the city and ill for several days.

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Acknowledgements

Mark Baber

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) COL. GRACIE TO BE MET IN NEW YORK BY HIS DAUGHTER (Washington Times, Thursday 18th April 1912, ref: #4042, published 23 October 2004, generated 21st October 2020 07:26:50 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/col-gracie-be-met-new-york-his-daughter.html