Plunge Kills Mrs. Gunari

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  • Title Plunge Kills Mrs. Gunari 
    Date 7 Jun 1937 
    Periodical New York Times 
    Place New York, NY 
    Source Type Newspaper 
    Source ID S717 
    Text Plunge Kills Mrs. Gunari
    Widow of Importer, Ill, Drops 12 Stories to East 87th Street

    Mrs. Mary Coles Gunari, widow of Andrew P. Gunari, who was an executive of Ralli Brothers, Ltd., importers, was killed about 10 o'clock yesterday morning when she fell or jumped from a window of her twelfth-floor apartment at 1,060 Park Avenue. She was 65 years old.

    Detective Martin Hayes said the fall occurred after a nurse, Alice Conway, had left the room to get a bottle of spirits of ammonia. Mrs. Gunari had been under a physician’s care for a nervous disorder. The body landed on a sidewalk near Eighty-seventh street.

    Mrs. Gunari is survived by a daughter from her first marriage, Mrs. Henry Clews Jr., who is in England. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Annie H. Albertson of Amityville, L.I., and Mrs. Sarah A. Draegert of Brooklyn, and a brother, John H. Coles of Little Neck.

    Mrs. Gunari’s first husband was Jacob W. Titus of Glen Cove. Her second husband was Isaac J. Van Amburgh. She was married to Mr. Gunari in New Canaan, Conn., on June 9, 1928. He died in 1934. 
    Linked to (8) CLEWS, Henry Jr.
    COLES, Anne H
    COLES, John Hewlett
    COLES, Mary
    COLES, Sarah Amelia
    GUNARI, Andrew P
    TITUS, Jacob W
    Family: TITUS, Jacob W / COLES, Mary 

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