Lusitania, Charles Frohman signatureItem Number: 83502 Sold
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Like Titanic, Lusitania carried the rich and famous from both sides of the Atlantic. One of her most famous passengers on her final voyage was theatrical impresario Charles Frohman. It was Frohman who introduced the world to J.M. Barrie’s play “Peter Pan.” Frohman was last seen standing on deck with several other passengers as Lusitania foundered. Only one in his party, Rita Jolivet, survived and told of his final moments. This letter is signed by Frohman and is beautifully framed with a photo of him taken on a liner that is docked in New York. Some scratching to the frame, but nothing that can’t be fixed with a retouching pen. Set you collection apart with the signature of one of Lusitania’s most famous passengers. Overall size of frame is 18″ x 15″.