New York Times July 7, 1927
HENRY LOVELL DIES AT VOYAGE'S END.
BOSTON, Mass. July 7 (AP) HENRY LOVELL, 35, mining engineer of Coaticook, Quebec, died in the City Hospital today after being brought ashore from the Steamship
MR. LOVELL returned because of his health from two years spent in mining work on an American concession in French New Guinea. Yesterday he became dangerously ill
and a Coast Guard patrol boat attempted to reach the vessel and take him off. The patrol boat missed the ship in the night. Early this morninga guarantine station boat rushed
the dying man ashore.