By Roy Morris JR. Seemingly from birth, William Haines Lytle was bound for glory. As the last surviving male offspring of one of Cincinnati’s leading pioneer families, Lytle was the prototypical golden boy. Blessed with good looks, a winning personality, and a verbal facility that enabled him to begin reading at the age of four, he was groomed from the start to fulfill a special destiny. By the time he was 16, Lytle was one of the most popular young men in the Queen City. His adoring sister L


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