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L. W. Miller

L. W. Miller

...he floated past with his head under water...

L. W. Miller, employed in the Western Electric's stationery department, was one of four young men who escaped in the same way as Mr. E. W. Sladkey.  He and the other three - John Peterson, E. H. Peterson, and William Lessuenhop - climbed to the dry starboard side over the stern just in time to save the life of a small, red haired boy whose name they did not learn.  Full story

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