LAWRENCE OF ARABIA Motorcycle Crash Death 1935Newspaper

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA Motorcycle Crash Death 1935Newspaper is a complete, genuine historic newspaper with the following title, date and description: THE NEW YORK TIMES , May 19, 1935. * Lawrence of Arabia killed * Thomas Edward Lawrence * 1st report w/ photos This 70+ page newspaper has a two line, two column headline on the front page: * Lawrence Dies of Crash Injuries After a Six-Day Fight by Doctors with subhead: "Leader of Revolt,in Arabia Was Unconcious Since Accident in Dorset in Which He Swerved Motorcycle to Save Boy--Called One of Britain's Great Heroes" Much more on page 34 with related photos. Text on him takes up the whole page. Other news of the day throughout. Usual browning with little margin wear, otherwise good. source: wikipedia: A few weeks after leaving the service, aged 46, he was fatally injured in a motorcycle accident in Dorset, close to his cottage, Clouds Hill, near Wareham (now run by the National Trust and open to the public). The accident occurred because of a dip in the road that obstructed his view of two boys on their bicycles; he swerved to avoid them, lost control and was thrown over the handlebars of his motorcycle. He died six days later.[5] Some sources mistakenly claim that Lawrence was buried in St Paul's Cathedral; in reality, only a bust of him was placed in the crypt. His final resting place is the Dorset village of Moreton. Moreton Estate, which borders Bovington Camp, was owned by family cousins, the Frampton family. Lawrence had rented and subsequently purchased Clouds Hill from the Framptons. He had been a frequent visitor to their home, Okers Wood House, and had for many years corresponded with Louisa Frampton. On Lawrence's death, his mother wrote to the Framptons asking whether t was space for him in their family plot at Moreton Church. At his funeral t, attendees included Winston and Clementine Churchill and Lawrence's youngest brother, Arnold (who demonstrated the Lawrencian dry humour in speaking with reporters), and T.E. Lawrence's coffin was transported on the Frampton estate bier. Please Note: All of our offerings are 100% authentic! We do not offer reprints or reproductions of any kind. They are guaranteed to be original! See below the photo for additional information related to Shipping, our Return Policy, Premium Packaging, Certificates of Authenticity, and other offerings by Timothy Hughes Rare & Early Newspapers. Shipping Policy... A U.S. winner pays $7.00 S&H. Additional eBay items won add $1.00 to the shipping charge. Non-U.S. winners should contact us for additional shipping costs. Winners of multiple items (excluding bound volumes) may pay only one $7.00 S&H charge provided items are paid for simultaneously. All U.S. orders shipped via UPS and all orders over $200 which are shipped by USPS Priority Mail include insurance as provided by the national carrier selected by our shipping department. If desired, winning bidders from outside the U.S. may contact us for an insurance quote. Expedited shipping is available for all orders upon request. Every effort is made to ship all orders within 24 business hours of receiving payment. Return Policy... All items are guaranteed to be genuine and as described. Returns are permitted, and a full refund happily provided, but only under the following conditions: 1. The item must not be as described. 2. The item must be returned within 10 days of receipt. 3. The item must be returned in the same condition it was sent, packaged safely and securely. * We will pay the cost for returns meeting above criteria. Combined Shipping Notice If the automated eBay checkout process does not properly combine shipping according to our stated shipping policy, please contact us to obtain a revised invoice. Thank you. Premium Packaging... ... which includes the item being shipped in an acid-free storage folder, is available for an additional $9.00 . If desired, purchase this through eBay from our cross-promoted items which will appear at the bottom of the listing (once you place your bid) and will ap...

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