Walter and Mahala Douglas

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Bob Godfrey

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No trouble at all, Brian - all credit to 'Prairieboy'. I'm still wondering about that (alleged) third child, generally listed only as 'Infant Douglas' and born in 1901 to a mother who died in 1899(??) Sending CQ! Are you there, Phil?
 
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Martin Williams

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http://www.mpls.lib.mn.us/mphoto.asp

During our recent discussion concerning John and Nelle Snyder, Ben Holme brought to our attention the website of the Minneapolis Public Library, the archives of which include several photographs of the couple in the years after the 'Titanic'. On the off-chance, I typed 'Douglas' into the search engine - Walter and Mahala were perhaps the most prominent passengers from that area aboard the ship, so I thought there might be something. And I was right. There are four or five snaps of the widowed Mahala (her name is mis-spelled 'Mahalia' but I'm confident it is she) available on-line and, whilst she wasn't what you'd call a stunner, she certainly possessed style in abundance.
 
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Thierry Dufournaud

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Hello from Paris!

MAHALA DUTTON-DOUGLAS FORMER PROPERTY IN PASADENA CA IS FOR SALE

Mahala Dutton-Douglas former property located to 95 El Circulo Drive, Pasadena, CA is for sale for 3 millions Dollars.

Built in 1927, Mahala used to go there for Winter season from 1928 untill her death in 1945. She passed away there too.

The Fairbanks Group is in charge for this sale.

This is the Internet link where you could find all the details and pictures:

http://www.thefairbanksgroup.com/properties/index.htm

Regards

Thierry Dufournaud
 
Arun Vajpey

Arun Vajpey

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Walter & Mahala Douglas are supposed to have built a palatial lakefront mansion somewhere in Minnesota before their fateful journey to Europe. Does anyone know if it still exists and if so, who owns it? I tried Googling for it without success.
 
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