26 items found relating to : Lawrence Beesley
|Daily Mail||MR. BEESLEY THOUGHT MISSING
18th April 1912
Mr. LAWRENCE BEESLEY. - Son of the late Mr. H. Beesley, bank manager, Wirkshire [sic], Derbyshire, late science master at Dulwich College....
|THE LOSS OF THE SS TITANIC
Read the full text of Lawrence Beesley's classic account of the Titanic sinking...
|LAWRENCE BEESLEY'S "THE LOSS OF THE S.S. TITANIC"
|The Times||BEESLEY CLAIMS WAR COMPENSATION
22nd January 1919
At the Defence of the Realm Losses Commission yesterday, Mr L. Beesley, described as a practitioner of Christian Science, claimed compensation in respect of the requisitioning by the War Office of rooms at Pembroke House, Oxford Street, in May 1917, ...
|The Times||BEESLEY THE SCIENCE TEACHER ON SOLAR PANELS
26th January 1922
"Cookery by Sunlight" To the Editor of the Times Sir - Your leading article on this subject in to-day's issue reminds me that in 1913 I was the guest of friends in Pasadena, California, whose house was fitted with an apparatus f...
|New York Times||THE TITANIC
28th July 1912
Lawrence Beesley's Admirable Description of the Disaster --- THE LOSS OF THE S. S. TITANIC. By Lawrence Beesley. Illustrated. Houghton Miffling [sic] Company. $1.20. --- No man can go dawn into the valley of the shadow ...
|Titanica!||LAWRENCE BEESLEY AND MACPHAIRSON CLONGLOCKETTY ANGUS
27th January 2001
A progress report on the long awaited Annotated Beesley....
|New York Times||LOVE LIFTS JAIL SENTENCE OF LAWRENCE VAIL WHEN FRENCHMAN HE STRUCK WINS HIS SISTER
30th December 1926
PARIS, Dec. 29 (AP)---Love has found a way to make a new, Franco-American match---a blow over the head with a champagne bottle. The Frenchman who was hit, Captain Allain Lemerdy, son of a General, is going to marry Clothilde Vail, sister of the Ameri...
|REPORT FROM DR. DODGE
Dr. Dodge says he believes this young mans story implicitly: He, Mellors, "was standing by this boat when one of the crew was endeavouring to cut the fastenings that bound it to the vessel just as the onrush of waters came up which tore it loose....
|New York Times||LAWRENCE VAIL WEDS WRITER IN NICE, FRANCE
3rd April 1932
Marries Miss Kay Boyle at City Hall---His Former Wife Acts as Matron of Honor --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NICE, France, April 2---Lawrence Vail of New York and Kay Boyle of Cincinnati, American authors, wer...
|TITANIC SURVIVORS: LIGHTOLLER, BOXHALL, EDITH RUSSELL
Titanic survivors including Edith Russell...
|THE BYLES FAMILY
Left to right: Roussel, Winter, Louisa Davids, Alfred Holden, William Esdaile, Lawrence, Hilda, Helen and Mary ...
|Port Jefferson Echo||A FRIGHTFUL DISASTER
20th April 1912
J. CLINCH SMITH NOT SAVED James Clinch Smith, of Smithtown, one of the passengers of the steamship Titanic, whose name is not reported among the survivors, was well known on Long Island as a sportsman and society man. ...
|New York Times||YOUNG VAIL SENTENCED TO PRISON IN CAPRI
19th October 1923
But He and His Wife, Formerly Miss Guggenheim, Are Allowed to Leave After Appeal --- CAPRI, Italy, Oct. 18---Lawrence Vail, who married Marguerite Guggenheim, daughter of the late Benjamin Guggenheim, American copper magnate, was arrest...
|RMS TITANIC'S MAIDEN VOYAGE 'RUN DATA' APRIL 11 - 14, 1912.
20th October 2007
Captain Lewis Marmaduke Collins
|MOHAWK - SURVIVOR LAWRENCE D. ROCKWELL
|Newark Evening News||SERVICES FOR TITANIC VICTIMS
29th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 29---Services for Peter Renouf, Lawrence Garvey and Clfford and Ernest Jeffries, who lost their lives on the Titanic, were held last night in Grace Episcopal Church. Mrs. Renouf, who was rescued from the sinking sh...
|Newark Star||ELIZABETH GIVES AID TO TITANIC WRECK VICTIMS
25th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 24---Mayor Stein has so far collected $72 for the relief of the sufferers of the Titanic disaster. He is receiving contributions as a member of the committee of nine Mayors appointed by Governor Wilson. Hawthorne Lodge...
|Southend Standard||TITANIC VICTIM'S FUNERAL
16th May 1912
Pathetic Ceremony at Liverpool. Impressive Scenes at the Funeral of Steward Lawrence. A funeral unique in the history of Liverpool was solemnised at the West Derby Cemetery, on Monday, when the body of Arthur Lawrence, ...
|Titanica!||TITANIC CITATION CATALOG
21st October 2006
Captain Charles B. Weeks
Titanic Citation Catalogby Captain Charles WeeksI created this document to assist Titanic researchers. I have found it maddening to have to thumb through numerous books to find a particular citation on a certain subject. Using this...
27th April 2014
Why did only 13 second class men passengers survive the sinking of the Titanic?...
|Brooklyn Daily Times||JAMES CLINCH SMITH WAS NOTED CLUBMAN
16th April 1912
James Clinch Smith is one of the best-known clubmen of Long Island, and a member of one of the oldest Long Island families. He was one of the principal heirs of the late A. T. Stewart, and is said to have received a legacy of $3,000,000 from the Ste...
|Titanica!||LOADING THE REAR BOATS
29th May 2008
While working on a major project involving the Titanic, I ran into a snag. I thought I could unravel the problem by examining the order the rear boats were loaded and lowered. The answer helped, though less than I had hoped. But I was sti...
|Newark Star||CHURCH HOLDS SERVICE FOR VICTIMS OF TITANIC
29th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 28--- Memorial services for Peter R. Renouf, Lawrence Garvey [sic] and Clifford and Ernest Jeffries, who lost their lives in the Titanic disaster, were held tonight at Grace Episcopal Church. The services were conducted by the Rev. D...
|THE STRANGE MYSTERIES OF MOVIE MAKER WILLIAM HARBECK
William Harbeck was one of the very first moving picture film makers. In 1911 his film of southern Alaska became the center of a major story. American railroad tycoon J P Morgan and Meyer Guggenheim bought up claims for large tracts of land in Alaska...
|New York Times||JAMES CLINCH SMITH
16th April 1912
Brother-in-Law of Stanford White---Well-Known Sportsman --- James Clinch Smith, a brother-in-law of the late Stanford White, is well known as a sportsman and in society circles both in this city and in Paris. Until May, 1911, when he r...