MRS. NATSCH PROSTRATED BY NEWS OF DISASTER

Brooklyn Daily Times

Charles Natsch, of 503 East Seventh street, Secretary of the firm of Lamonte, Corliss & Company, importers of Manhattan, is prominent in club and social circles in Flatbush. Mr. Natsch left New York about six weeks ago on a business trip for his firm. Letters and cablegrams were received at regular intervals by the family, the last being dated a week ago, stating Mr. Natsch’s intention of returning home on the new ship.

At his home his wife lies prostrate over the news of the ship’s disaster, and the belief that her husband was among the victims. She is under the care of a physician, who denies admittance to every one except the son and two daughters.

Mr. Natsch has been a resident of the Flatbush section for the last twelve years. He is connected with a number of social and athletic clubs both in New York and Manhattan, and is a sportsman of somne repute.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) MRS. NATSCH PROSTRATED BY NEWS OF DISASTER (Brooklyn Daily Times, Tuesday 16th April 1912, ref: #4217, published 17 November 2004, generated 4th July 2020 09:29:08 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/mrs-natsch-prostrated-news-disaster.html