Louise grew up with her four older siblings in Virginia. When she married Will, she left her tight knit family to raise her own children in Chicago, the railroad capital. Will and Louise are, intellectually, each other’s match and biggest challenger. Louise is reserved by nature, but can be spunky and audacious when pressed about matters dear to her heart.
“We - we must all - all stand up for what we hold dear, mustn’t we? Even if it means going places and becoming people we never imagined we might be.”
A pragmatic Chicago lawyer who is unimpressed by the Night Train and its historic journey.
The only reluctant passenger on the Night Train. Mother of Henry Heinz, the ketchup inventor.