12 items found relating to : Cecil Cunningham
|New York Times||FASHION DISPLAY AT PALACE
Lady Duff-Gordon Appears far a War Charity---Herman Timberg --- A fashion display staged by Lady Duff-Gordon, and including that personage herself as an added attraction, was the mecca that drew an unusually large crowd to the Palace T...
|4th December 1917|
|TITANIC MESS STEWARD CECIL FITZPATRICK
Photograph of Titanic mess steward Cecil Fitzpatrick ...
|MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND
Number 702. Cunningham, mother. Grant £60. Named on the Belfast City Hall Memorial, Belfast. ...
|Unidentified Newspaper||RICHARD L. BECKWITH
Richard Lenard Beckwith who died last night in New York City will be buried tomorrow at the Cedar Hill Cemetery. Flowers will be omitted. The Rev. Raymond Cunningham will officiate. ...
|12th April 1933|
|Chicago Examiner||STEAD'S SPIRIT PICKS WRONG LADY GORDON
STEAD'S SPIRIT PICKS WRONG LADY GORDON Message From Other World Upon Titanic Disaster Goes Ast...
|16th December 1913|
|New York Times||JOSEPH BRUCE ISMAY : CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE WHITE STAR LINE
Joseph Bruce Ismay has been considered one of the most prominent ship owners in the world. As chairman and managing director of the White Star line he took passage on the Titanic on her maiden voyage....
|16th April 1912|
|The Nation||STEAD AND FUTRELLE
|25th April 1912|
|The Times||MOURNING IN BELFAST : CAPTAIN SMITH'S PREDICTION
The shipbuilding works of Messrs Harland and Wolff (Limited) at Queen’s Island were closed on Saturday, which was regarded as a day of mourning for the members of the staff lost in the Titanic. With one exception all the me...
|22nd April 1912|
|THERE IS A GREEN HILL FAR AWAY
The Hymn "There is a Green Hill Far Away" was one of those sung at the hymn service lead by Revd. Ernest Courtenay Carter. The words were written by Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander (1818-1895), in 1848, for the collection Hymns for Li...
|Washington Times||WILLIAM T. STEAD KNOWN AS FAMOUS NEWSPAPER MAN
William Thomas Stead, an English newspaper man, attained wide notoriety as the man who introduced the methods of American journalism into England. Before his day the interview, illustrations, and extra editions were unknown to British journalism. Tho...
|16th April 1912|