Louise Kink Pope

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Have finally figured out how to create a page, more photos will appear as soon as I figure out the scanner. Have still not figured out the image formatting on the board but this hopefully will give you a preview of coming attractions! Louise was a remarkable lady- always ready for an adventure, and so full of life. These photos are from the TI New Rochelle Convention in 1990- the Morro Castle and Andrea Doria survivors were at Ellis also. The day was sweltering.. Louise was a trouper! She brought the Titanic blanket she was wrapped up in leaving the ship.
http://www.geocities.com/revdma2/Louise.html
Hope this works- more to come.
 
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Well I'll take notice. I kind of like her stance on salvage, especially the "Don't ever sell 'em." part. Perhaps somebody should e-mail that page to Arnie Geller as RMSTI.

Cordially,
Michael H. Standart
 
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Kudos, Shell.

Nice job - Lou Pope was such a treasure. She truly loved life and I think of her especially during this time of year. Spring was her favorite season....she could get out and start working in her garden.....

Thanks for putting this site together....
 
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Five months before she died, Louise was invited to Redfern, N.J to be guest of honor at a Titanic play in the restored theatre there. She really loved to travel- would fly anywhere at the drop of a hat. She stayed so active up until the very end. Al Kenyon, her faithful travel buddy always went with her.There are several in this series- all black and white for the newspaper -she was greeted with great fanfare at the airport!article.
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