Lost on the Lusitania :
Sir Hugh Lane.
Handbill bears the title: "Lost on the Lusitania". Beneath this is a reproduction of a photograph of Hugh Lane. Underneath this is the following text:" Sir Hugh Lane. Height about 5ft. 11in./ Build - very slight./ Hair dark brown, slightly turning grey, rather bald, small pointed beard, chest hairy./ Forehead very high, deep set eyes, large nose./ Wore cellular underclothing marked "H. Lane" and Jaeger cholera belt./ Usually wore plain gold signet ring with lion crest as shown below./When last seen was wearing pearl tie pin./ Communicate by Wire with Charles Lane, 26 South Mall, Cork." Handbill is embossed on the lower left-handside, with the design on Hugh Lane's signet ring bearing the lion crest (referred to in the text of the handbill); the words 'Wm. Lane / Notary Public / Cork" encircle the crest.
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[Cork : s.n.], 
Three copies of this item are held in the Department of Ephemera; formerly at call number WAR/1914-18/61
Exhibited as part of 'Hugh Lane (1875-2015): Dublin's Legacy and Loss' exhibition, 30 April - 6 October 2015 at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
Physical description: 1 handbill; ill. ; 26.8 x 21.1cm.