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GOSSIP OF THE MOTOR CYCLISTS

New York Times

The terrible Titanic calamity brought death to a prominent local motor cycle rider, D. W. Marvin, a member of the Motor Cycle Touring Club of New York, Inc. Marvin, who was entered in several meets at Guttenberg, was recently married, and was returning from a honeymoon in Europe when the big ship went down.

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Daniel Warner Marvin

Acknowledgements

Mark Baber

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) GOSSIP OF THE MOTOR CYCLISTS (New York Times, Sunday 21st April 1912, ref: #3162, published 7 July 2004, generated 23rd January 2021 01:40:33 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/gossip-motor-cyclists.html