R.M.S. Lusitania hit by torpedoes off Kinsale, Ireland, photograph of 1915 drawing, Library of Congress
Emma Dumpke Daschel, June 1915
It has been several months since Hedda left New York, but Emmy thinks of her often. Often during horrible nightmares.
She hopes Hedda is safe, but her departure spared Emmy from any further association with the tragedy in San Antonio. Emmy’s Brooklyn neighbors know little of her past aside from the fact that she was trained to be a proficient nurse.Continue reading “An Ostrich-Plumed Hat: Chapter Eighty”