Empress of Ireland (1906)
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May 31, 1914: Coffins of children being removed from the Lady Grey at Quebec.

Empress of Ireland ship's surgeon Dr. James F. Grant checking the wounds of 2nd class passenger Gordon C. Davidson at the hotel Frontenac in Quebec.

Officers of the Salvation Army identifying the bodies of some of victims.

Salvation Army commissioner David M. Rees, along with his wife, two daughters and his son all perished in the Empress of Ireland.

Some of the surviving crewmen from the Empress of Ireland seen on the Storstad.

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