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Photo #28548

Last Name: Crystal

First Name : James

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Subject's City: American Fork

Subject's State: UT

Subject's County: Utah

Subject's Country: United States



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Photographer's State: UT


Type** : WED

Comments: James Crystal (Nee: ) | American Fork UT United States | | Comments: James and Jenny Crystal were friends of my great grandparents, Don Mangum Bigler and Mary Henrietta Henriod Bigler. This photo was from my great grandmother's album. I do not know what Jenny's maiden name was or much else about them. However, I found this article written about them on Utah Newspapers online: The Eastern Utah Advocate, Price, Utah, Thursday, September 23, 1909: Mr. and Mrs. James Crystal and Mrs. Mary C. Wagstaff of American Fork, who returned last week after an extended and enjoyable visit in Scotland, the land of their birth, were among the passengers on the Lusitania that during the return trip broke the world's record by two hours and fifty-six minutes in crossing the Atlantic Ocean. The record made by the Lusitania was four days, eleven hours and forty-two minutes.

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