Death of Thomas Delbridge

In September of 1896, Thomas finished dinner, told his wife not to wait up, and rode the streetcar to Lakewood Park. There, he rented a bathing suit and a row boat and ventured out onto the lake. That's the last time anyone would see him alive.

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