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The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic and Madness in the Fair That Changed America - Epilogue, Aboard The Olympic Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue, Aboard The Olympic Summary

Burnham waited for more news of Millet and the ship he was on, the Titanic. The Olympic retained its original course; another ship was helping the Titanic.

Millet froze in the sea on that fateful night.

Burnham died in June 1912 from a combination of his ailments and food poisoning. His wife, Margaret, died in December 1945. Both are buried in Graceland Cemetery in Chicago with other officials of the World's Exposition of 1893.

Epilogue, Aboard The Olympic Analysis

This marks the end of the epic of the last two World's Fair designers.

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