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TITANIC NEWS VENDORS IN WASHINGTON D.C.   TITANIC NEWS VENDORS IN WASHINGTON D.C.
April 1912
Washington news vendors at the time of the Titanic disaster. Headline to The Washington Post:   Mission of two United States cruisers fails; ...
New York Times GAVE LIVES FOR THE MAILS
21st April 1912
Postal Clerks Worked in Two Feet of Water---Hitchcock Aids Kinsmen --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 20---Postmaster General Hitchcock to-day addressed a communication to Chairman John A. Moon of the ...
  SPECIAL DAY FOR OSCAR SCOTT WOODY
2004
It seems that the heroism of one of Titanic's postal clerks has been a source of inspiration for the governing officials of North Carolina. Oscar Scott Woody was a native of Roxboro, North Carolina. He had been a postal clerk on trains betwee...
New York Times KEMPNER-GUGGENHEIM
21st June 1921
Sigmund M. Kempner, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kempner of 305 West End Avenue, and Miss Barbara H. Guggenheim, a daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, were married yesterday afternoon in the Ritz-Carlton ballroom and the receptio...
New York Times MISS GUGGENHEIM TO WED JUNE 20
3rd June 1921
Miss Barbara Hazel Guggenheim, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, and Sigmund Marshall Kempner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph W. Kempner of 305 West End Avenue, whose engagement was announced in April, will be married on June 20....
Berkshire Chronicle DETAINED AT WASHINGTON
29th April 1912
Detained at Washington. Among those who were expected to have arrived home on the Lapland was Mr, Frederick Dent Ray, of 'Akbar' 56 palmer Park Avenue, Reading. Mr Ray, who was a steward on the Titanic, cabled home to his relatives informing them...
Newark Evening News FAMILY OF J. S. MARCH MAY RECEIVE $10,000
22nd April 1912
WASHINGTON, April 22---Resolutions authorizing $10,000 appropriations for the families of each of the three postal clerks who lost their lives on the Titanic were introduced in the House today by Representative Reilly, of Conne...
MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II   MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II

Memorial marker...
Godalming and District News POST OFFICE MEMORIAL
4th May 1912
At the Godalming Post Office, where Phillips was employed as a telegraphist for three years before leaving to enter the Marconi School at Liverpool, the Postmaster (Mr. W. R. Williams), and his staff have provided a suitable memorial to their ...
Washington Times TITANIC SURVIVOR IS EXPECTED HERE
22nd April 1912
Wife of Former Washington Man Will Visit Relatives In Washington --- Mrs. William Beard Silvey, of Duluth, Minn., one of the survivors of the Titanic, comes to Washington tomorrow night and will, for several days, be the guest of her mo...
New York Times WASHINGTON DODGE, ADVISER ON INVESTMENTS, DIES AT 67
5th December 1974
Page 50, column 4 Washington Dodge, an investment adviser who survived the Titanic sinking in 1912, died here Tuesday of a heart attack. His age was 67. He was 5 years old and returning from Europe with his parents...
Washington Times SOCIETY IS SHOCKED AT NEWS OF DEATH
19th April 1912
Washington society was shocked when news that the name of James C. Smith, of Chicago, was not included in the list of those saved from death when the Titanic sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Mr. Smith was well known in Washington, where...
New York Times MRS. GAGE REMAINS IN ASYLUM
13th March 1912
WASHINGTON, March 12---Mrs. Mary E. Gage, who was committed to the Government Hospital for the Insane yesterday for threatening Charles J. Bell, a Washington banker, still is a patient in that institution. Habeas corpus proceedings for her release we...
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE San Francisco Chronicle DR. WASHINGTON DODGE
15th April 1912
New York Times PAINTING FOR BUTT FUND
15th December 1912
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14---Col. Spencer Cosby, chief aid to President Taft, received to-day a painting depicting the sinking of the Titanic and the rescue of some of her passengers. Gilbert Gaul, a New York artist, offered it as a contribut...
Brooklyn Daily Times W L GWYN, FORMER BROOKLYN MAIL CLERK, MAY HAVE BEEN LOST
17th April 1912
Postmaster Edward M. Morgan said yesterday that the Titanic was carrying 3,423 sacks of mail and added: "There are generally about four bags of prints---a postal term applied to all other pieces than letters---to one of letters. A bag ...
Unidentified Newspaper DODGE
1st July 1919
In this city, June 30, 1919, Dr. Washington Dodge, beloved husband of Ruth Dodge, father of Henry W., Washington, Jr. and Vida Dodge, a native of California, aged 60 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral service at 10 o'clock Thursday morn...
TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC   TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC

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TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC - DETAIL   TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC - DETAIL

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New York Times BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
31st May 1912
President Taft and Washington Friends Raise Funds for a Tablet --- WASHINGTON, May 30---President Taft, members of the Diplomatic Corps in Washington, and many high Government officials have contributed to a fund of several thousand dol...
San Francisco Bulletin WASHINGTON DODGE MAY RECOVER, HIS PHYSICIAN THINKS
27th June 1919
Page 10, column 3 Dr. Washington Dodge may have a chance for recovery because of the fight he is making at the St. Francis Hospital. Daily Dr. Dodge's condition is reported as "just the same, no change whatever," and the fact that the...
DESIGN FOR AMERICAN TITANIC MEMORIAL   DESIGN FOR AMERICAN TITANIC MEMORIAL

Rejected submission by Dana Gibson...
WASHINGTON DODGE San Francisco Chronicle WASHINGTON DODGE
18th April 1912
New York Times FOR BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
9th June 1912
Senate Proposal Thus to Honor TItanic Victims Goes Over --- WASHINGTON, June 8---An effort was made in the Senate to-day to have adopted a resolution granting authority to erect on public land in Washington a joint memorial to the mem...
New York Times HORSEWOMEN IN PARADE
11th April 1913
Mrs. Burleson, Wife of Army Officer In Command of Suffrage Pageant --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, Jan. 10---A cavalcade of horsewomen is to lead the woman's suffrage parade, or p...
Washington Times WASHINGTON MAN MAIL CLERK ON THE ILL-FATED STEAMER
16th April 1912
O. S. Woody, a former Washingtonian, and two other postoffice clerks, composed the mail crew of the Titanic. Their names were received today by the office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General. J. S. March, of the Second division of the Railway ...
Charleston Daily Mail HUGHES AND WRIGHT WEDDING ANNOUNCED
12th January 1930
Marriage announcement of Mary Eloise Smith...
New York Times ARCHIBALD GRACIE
16th April 1912
Prominent in Washington---His Wife's Whereabouts Not Known --- WASHINGTON , April 15---Archibald Gracie, one of the Titanic's passengers, is well known in Washington and New York society. His wife has recently attracted attention by le...
Asbury Park Evening Press MAIL CLERK GWINN DIED AT HIS POST
22nd April 1912
MAIL CLERK GWINN DIED AT HIS POST Continued to Work Till Explosion Rent Titanic---Wife is Critically Ill Among the five postal clerks who stuck to their mail to the last and sank with it w...
New York Times CLARENCE MOORE
16th April 1912
Washington Banker One of the Best-Known Sportsmen in America --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 15---Clarence Moore of 1,748 Massachusetts Avenue, a passenger on the Titanic, is one of the best-known s...
Newark Star WILL BRING TITANIC VICTIM'S BODY HERE
30th April 1912
Arrangements were made to have the body of John S. Marsh, the Newark superintendent of mails on the Titanic, brought to the home of the daughter, Miss Nellie Marsh, 39 Emmett street. His body was recovered by the cable ship at the scen...
RUTH DODGE AND WASHINGTON JR. San Francisco Chronicle RUTH DODGE AND WASHINGTON JR.
18th April 1912
New York Times RICES BELIEVED SAFE
17th August 1924
Washington Not Worried About Explorers---Heard From Them Aug. 6 --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, Aug. 16---There is no uneasiness here about the safety of Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice of New York and his w...
New York Times LLOYD MOORE WEDS MRS. E. H. PRESTON
8th December 1935
Daughter of Former Senator Hawes of Missouri Bride in Ceremony Here --- Mrs. Eppes Hawes Preston, daughter of former Senator and Mrs. Harry B. Hawes of Missouri, was married to Lloyd Moore of this city, son of the late Clarence Moore of...
Washington Times MRS. CHURCHILL AMONG THE PASSENGERS RESCUED FROM TITANIC
16th April 1912
Another Washingtonian who sailed from Southampton Wednesday on the ill-fated Titantic [sic] was Mrs. Churchill Candee, prominent in Washington social circles, whose residence is at 1718 Rhode Island avenue northwest. Mrs. Candee's name appears on the...
Washington Times CLARENCE MOORE, WHO MAY HAVE LOST HIS LIFE, WELL KNOWN IN CAPITAL
16th April 1912
Clarence Moore, of Washington, whose name is included in the list of first-cabin passengers on the Titanic, left Washington March 16. He was particularly interested in seeing the Liverpool steeplechase races while abroad, and if he remained to see th...
THE MAIL SORTING ROOM ABOARD RMS TITANIC   THE MAIL SORTING ROOM ABOARD RMS TITANIC
April 1912
SEVENTY-FIVE REGISTERED LETTERS WERE SENT (FROM NORWAY) WITH THE TITANIC IN 1912   SEVENTY-FIVE REGISTERED LETTERS WERE SENT (FROM NORWAY) WITH THE TITANIC IN 1912
26th August 1998
Arne Mjaland
Top row 5th from left: Jorgen Birkesfol who sent a registered letter with Titanic...
MARCH MEMORIAL MARKER   MARCH MEMORIAL MARKER

(On top) JOHN STARR MARCH DIED APRIL 15, 1912 225 (On face) U. S. SEA POST SERVICE R. M. S. TITANIC...
RUTH AND WASHINGTON DODGE   RUTH AND WASHINGTON DODGE
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Chicago Evening Post LAPLAND WILL REPLACE TITANIC AS MAIL SHIP
17th April 1912
The Post office Department has made arrangements for the substitution of the steamer Lapland for the Titanic, in carrying mails to Europe from New York City....
San Francisco Chronicle DR. DODGE AND FAMILY MAY HAVE MISSED TITANIC
16th April 1912
Page 2 [Photo] Assessor Washington Dodge, Mrs. Washington Dodge Relatives of Assessor Received Word That He Would Stop Over in Paris Shortly before 2 o'clock this morning the "Chronicle" was notified by...
  MEMORIALS TO JACK PHILLIPS

Phillips, John George (Jack). Chief Wireless Operator. Has perhaps the largest Titanic memorial, namely 'The Phillips Memorial Cloister', by the River Wey, covering some three acres, at Godalming, Surrey. Inscribed on the memorial stone is: 'The Cloi...
New York Times ROSTRON GETS MEDAL TO-DAY
1st March 1913
Rescuer of Titanic Survivors Arrives in Washington to Receive Honor --- WASHINGTON, Feb. 28---Capt. A. H. Rostron, who, as commander of the steamship Carpathia, directed the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic disaster, arrived here ...
MRS HENRY B. HARRIS, FORMERLY MISS IRENE WALLACH, OF WASHINGTON Washington Times MRS HENRY B. HARRIS, FORMERLY MISS IRENE WALLACH, OF WASHINGTON
17th April 1912
  POSTED ABOARD R.M.S. TITANIC (NATIONAL POSTAL MUSEUM, WASHINGTON, D.C.)

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OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, POST-MERGER)   OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, POST-MERGER)

Charleston Gazette ELOISE H. SMITH DIES IN CINCINNATI
4th May 1940
Mrs. Eloise Hughes Smith, pre-war Washington debutante who as a bride bid farewell to her husband from a lifeboat near the Titanic, died today in a Cincinnati hospital....
New York Times NEW VERSION OF BUTT'S TRIP
17th April 1912
Was Passenger on Titanic at the Whim of Close Friend --- Richard B. Watrous, Secretary of the American Civic Association, with offices in Washington, watched the bulletin boards in Times Square with great anxiety yesterday to see if any...
New York Times LADY PIRRIE MAY HEAD HARLAND & WOLFF, THE GREAT BRITISH SHIPBUILDING FIRM
17th July 1924
Copyright, 1924, by The New York Times Company --- By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 16---It is the general belief in shipping circles that Lady Pirrie will assume the post of President of the great shipbu...
TITANIC SURVIVOR ARRIVES Toronto Daily Star TITANIC SURVIVOR ARRIVES
25th April 1912
Widow says husband at the rail with Butt and Millet at the end...
Washington Times MISS GRACIE GOES TO NEW YORK TO GET INFORMATION
17th April 1912
Worn to a point of desperation by the suspense she has undergone since receiving news that her father, Col. Archibald Gracie, was among those saved from the sea tragedy, Miss Edith Gracie, of 1527 Sixteenth street northwest, gave way to her anxiety t...
Newark Evening News TWO TRENTON FAMILIES FEAR FATE OF YOUNG MEN
16th April 1912
Two prominent young Trentonians aboard the Titanic are Washington A. Roebling, second, and Stephen W. Blackwell, who were returning home from an automobile trip through Europe....
The Washington Times COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES IN NEW YORK
4th December 1912
Colonel, Long Resident of Washington, Ill Only a Short Time --- Col. Archibald Gracie, of New York and Washington, the last man to be saved from the sinking Titanic when that ocean palace sank in mid-Atlantic last ...
New York Times MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT
16th April 1912
Major Archibald Willingham Butt, President Taft’s Military Aid, [sic] was returning on the Titanic after a visit to Rome, where he went to see the Pope and King Victor Emmanuel....
Philadelphia Inquirer MRS. POTTER DIES AT AGE OF 98
2nd January 1954
Mrs. Thomas Potter, Jr., honorary secretary of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Red Cross, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Allen Potter Crolius, the Cambridge Apartments, Wissahickon ave. and School House lane. She was 9...
New York Times ANDREW SAKS DEAD AT 65
9th April 1912
President and One of the Founders of Dry Goods House of Saks & Co. --- Andrew Saks, President and one of the founders of Saks & Co., the dry goods house, died yesterday morning in his apartment at Sherry's. Death followed a long illness...
  1901 CENSUS - LISKEARD, CORNWALL

The 1901 Census reveals that John Richard Jago Smith (aged 24) was living and working in Liskeard, Cornwall as a Post Office sorting & telegraph clerk....
Washington Herald CLAIMS MRS. GAGE SUFFERS PARANOIA
18th April 1912
Dr. William A. White Testifies Concerning Examination of Defendant in Insanity Case --- Dr. William A. White, Superintendent of the Government Hospital for the Insane, testified yesterday afternoon before Justice Barnard and a jury, giv...
Rutherford Republican MAIL CLERKS DIED BRAVELY
20th April 1912
Worked in Two Feet of Water to Save Registered Mail on Titanic ---------- The families of the three sea postal clerks who died like heroes on the Titanic will each received $2,000 if Congress complies with a recommendation made this wee...
Washington Times LIST OF WASHINGTONIANS ON FATED STEAMER GROWS
16th April 1912
As the list of passengers sailing from Southampton on the Titanic last Wednesday is made more complete, the list of Washingtonians known to have been on board grows larger. The list now contains the names of five Washingtonians who make this city the...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times THE HEROIC WIRELESS OPERATOR
April 1912
The wireless operator who flashed out the terrible signal SOS, and gave the first intimation to the world of the appalling disaster to the Titanic, belongs to Farncombe, where he is well known and popular. He is Mr. John George Phillips, and his pare...
THE HEROIC ENGINEERS Daily Sketch THE HEROIC ENGINEERS
22nd April 1912
Mr. Arthur Ward, one of the Titanic's engineers. In all the messages received no mention is made of what happened in the engine-room, of the gallant engineers sticking to their post with the water pouring into the bowels of the ship. That not one was...
  HANNA MAMEE

Patricia Sheehi (Cameron) (Hanna Mamee's niece)...
DAVID SARNOFF AT WORK L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse DAVID SARNOFF AT WORK
27th September 1956
This picture of wireless operator David Sarnoff was published in 1956 by 'L'Illustré", a weekly magazine from Switzerland. Sarnoff was among the first to receive Titanic's distress call and for 72 hours stood at his post at the top of Wanamaker in N...
New York Times MRS. M. S. MOORE MARRIES
2nd May 1915
Wealthy Widow of Titanic Victim Weds A. C. P. Wichfeld, a Dane --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, May 1---Mrs. Mabelle Swift Moore, Washington's wealthiest widow, whose husband, Clarence Moore, lost his life...
Washington Herald ARCHIE PUT ME IN A LIFEBOAT
20th April 1912
Marie Young
Miss Marie Young, of Washington, Tells of Aid's Heroism and Calmness --- By MISS MARIE YOUNG --- Musical tutor to the younger children of former President Roosevelt. She had been studying music in Europe and was returning...
MEXICO CRUISE POST-DISASTER BROCHURE COVER   MEXICO CRUISE POST-DISASTER BROCHURE COVER
1937
A 1937 graphic, promoting the Oriente's service to Mexico. Legend has it that the Ward Line funnel markings have been painted out, as a sign of "mourning" for the Morro Castle and the Mohawk....
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Newark Evening News JOHN S. MARCH ONE OF THE HEROES
20th April 1912
Newarker Died with Others Clerks on Titanic, After Effort to Save Mails. ---------- REPORT MADE BY HITCHCOCK ---------- Special Service of the NEWS WASHINGTON, April 20---In a report received by Postmaster-General Hitchcock today, it wa...
Primitive Methodist Leader OUR BOYS ON THE 'TITANIC'
1912
April 1912 Extract '...there was Harry, whose desire was to help mother, he being the eldest of the four and his mother's mainstay, his father having died at his post a few years ago. He might have saved himself, but thought first of ...
Washington Times PRESIDENT'S AIDE AMONG PASSENGERS ON CRIPPLED SHIP
16th April 1912
Major Butt Was to Have Returned to Capital Shortly --- Major Archibald Butt, military aid to President; Clarence Moore, prominent in Washington social and financial circles, as well as one of the city’s best known horsemen; Frank D. Mi...
Beneath This Stone BOOKLET ABOUT CLEWER CHURCHYARD

OWEN GEORGE ALLUM was a passenger on the "unsinkable" White Star Liner, Titanic which struck an ice berg and sank on her maiden voyage. Owen Allum was one of the 1,489 whose lives were lost. He had lived at Gerald Villas, Vansittart Road, Wind...
New York Times TO PROVE MRS. GAGE DESCENDANT OF KINGS
12th April 1912
Defense Introduces Family Tree in Proceedings Brought by Banker C. J. Bell --- ROOSEVELT'S ROYAL ORIGIN --- Miss Gage Testifies That an Ancestor of Colonel Was a Scottish King—--Threaten Mrs. Gracie with Arrest ---...
Milwaukee Journal VICTIM OF TITANIC DISASTER, BELIEVED LOST, MAY BE ALIVE
4th September 1940
Montreal, Que.—(AP)—A Montreal family was stirred Wednesday by the prospect that Lorraine Allison, long believed to have been drowned in the Titanic disaster of 1912, still is alive and living in Berkley, Mich., as Mrs. Lawrence Kra...
Washington Herald MAJ. BUTT' S PLACE NOT YET FILLED
21st April 1912
President Taft Has Not Asked War Department to Fill Vacancy as Chief Aid --- President Taft has not yet asked the War Department to detail a chief White House aid to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Maj. Butt. The War Department ...
New York Times LORRAINE GRAVES ENGAGED TO MARRY
7th November 1936
Daughter of Mrs. Kiliaen Van Rensselaer to Be Bride of Clarence Moore --- Announcement was made at a dinner party given on Thursday evening by Mrs. Helene van Nostrand at her home, 45 East Eighty-first Street, of the engagement of Miss ...
New York Times THREATENED BANKER BELL
12th March 1912
Mrs. H. C. Gage Arrested---Said He Kept Her Out of Washington Society --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, March 11---Through the instrumentality of Charles J. Bell, a banker, and a cousin of Alexander Graham ...
Chicago Daily Journal ISMAY TIRED TO ESCAPE ON CEDRIC, WIRELESS SHOWS
20th April 1912
Explanation of why Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan, chairman of the senate committee named to investigate the Titanic disaster, hurried to New York Thursday night to begin the inquiry was made today when it  became known that a wir...
New York Times SOCIETY AT HOME AND ABROAD
12th January 1908
Mrs. Elinor Glyn and her sister, Lady Duff Gordon, have been visiting in Washington.  Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce entertained at luncheon for them one day this week. [This paragraph appeared in a long society column, the balance of which i...
San Francisco Examiner DOCTOR DODGE IS OPERATED ON; CONDITION SERIOUS
23rd June 1919
Page 13, column 7 Former Broker and Assessor Very Low After Attempted Suicide With Pistol Following an operation at the St. Francis Hospital yesterday, the condition of Dr. Washington Dodge, former banker and Assessor ...
CAP ARCONA WINTER GARDEN   CAP ARCONA WINTER GARDEN

A winter garden might seem a bit superfluous on a liner who, by nature of her run, spent most of her voyage in Equatorial regions. But, they were on obligatory first class fixture until the post World War 2 years and so the Cap Arcona fea...
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  VARIOUS MEMORIALS

Has a grave in East Bridgwater, Central Cemetery Massachusetts, USA. also there are some lovely Lych Gates in his memory at Broadway Churchyard, Worcestershire. also water fountain in memory of Archibald Butt and Mr. Frank M...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW
18th April 1912
There were four persons on board well known at St. Keverne, Cornwall, their names being Jago Smith, a Post office official employed on board, who was to have been married shortly, and who is a son of Mr. John Smith, farmer, Trebarveth, St. Keverne; M...
Philadelphia Inquirer DIED : CARDEZA
2nd August 1939
CARDEZA. At her home, Washington Lane and Morton ST., Germantown. CHARLOTTE DRAKE MARTINEZ CARDEZA, daughter of the late Thomas and Matilda Drake. Services at Christ Church and St. Michael's, McCallum and Tulpehocken Sts., Thurs., 11 A.M. Int. privat...
Chicago Tribune FRANCES A. KING, NéE STRAUBE - OBITUARY
27th March 1960
Frances A. King, née Straube, loving mother of Raymond R., Robert A. and Arthur W.; devoted daughter of Raymond and Ann Straube, née McGowan; fond sister of Jacqueline Komay and Mary Kapolnek. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m.,...
New York Times SWIFT HEIRESS IS SUED FOR DIVORCE IN NEVADA
22nd November 1932
Aksel Wichfeld, Former Attache at Danish Legation, Files Action Secretly, Charging Cruelty --- RENO, Nev., Nov. 21 (AP)---Aksel C. P. Wichfeld, former attaché of the Danish Legation in Washington, filed suit secretly at Carson City Nov...
New York Times TAFT CONCERNED FOR BUTT
17th April 1912
Chance of Major's Safety a Faint One, but President Holds to It --- WASHINGTON, April 16---The White House was not a cheerful place to-day, for President Taft, most of his Cabinet, and many callers were deeply concerned over the probabl...
  PROBATE REPORTS
13th November 1912
Probate Report: Millet, Francis Davis, of Russell House, Broadway, Worcestershire and Washington, United States of America. Probate report: Probate registered London, 13th November, 1912, to Lily Millet, widow. Effects in ...
New York Times BELIEVE MRS. GAGE HAS SOCIAL DELUSION
5th April 1912
Her Threats Against C. J. Bell, Alienists Testify, Were Due to Form of Paranoia --- DAUGHTER NAMES INFORMANT --- Says Mrs. Archibald Gracie Told That Banker Blocked Mother's Plans---Belva Lockwood Defends Her ---...