82 items found relating to : Newspaper
|Washington Herald||NEWSPAPER MEN ALL MOURN MAJ. “ARCHIE” BUTT
Memorial Services in Honor of Hero Who “Died Like a Man” Proposed by Members of Fourth Estate --- In little back offices, littered with paper and adorned principally by typewriters, in bustling news bureaus, in the press room of the Whi...
|19th April 1912|
|CHARLOTTE CARDEZA NEWSPAPER PICTURE
Picture of Mrs. Cardeza...
|Waterford News||ASPERSION CAST ON FRANK DWAN
Linked to thefts at Bonmahon Mines...
|19th April 1912|
|THEODOOR DE MULDER DEATH NOTICE
An unknown Belgium newspaper brought the death notice about him in April 1954 Descendants mentioned: Mevr. Wed. Theodor De Mulder, geboren Jeanette D Hondt. Mijnheer Gilbert De Mulder, echtgenote en kinderen. Minjheer Jan De Muld...
A newspaper advertisement for the return leg of Titanic's maiden voyage, leaving New York City on 20 April 1912....
Roger Bricoux, later a cellist on the Titanic, reading the newspaper L'Eclaireur de Nice....
|Chicago Daily Tribune||FAMILY OF EIGHT MISSING
Niagara Falls, N.Y, April 17 F.C Goodwin, who with his wife and six children was on his way from England to this city, was on the Titanic, according to word recieved here by his brother, Thomas Goodwin. Their names do not appear among thos...
|17th April 1912|
|New York Times||MISS GUGGENHEIM, DIVORCEE, TO WED
Youngest Daughter of Late Copper Magnate to Marry Milton S. Waldman in Paris --- GOT RECENT FRENCH DECREE --- Fiance of Heiress, the Former Wife of S. M. Kempner, Was Lately a New York Newspaper Man --- Word ...
|12th December 1922|
|com||HOW THE TITANIC DISASTER PUSHED UNCLE SAM TO "RULE THE AIR" - ARS TECHNICA
The Times reported that it had learned from the Marconi company's Newfoundland station that the world's biggest ocean liner, the Titanic, had hit an iceberg en route from Southhampton, England. But not to worry, the newspaper assured its readers. ......
|7th July 2011|
|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|
|CAPTAIN SMITH ON THE BRIDGE OF THE TITANIC
Captain Smith photographed by a newspaper photographer on the bridge of the Titanic. Southampton, April 1912. A Engine Telegraph is visible in the background....
A Marconigram sent to the Wireless Operator of the Olympic by a New York newspaper....
|17th April 1912|
|Drogheda Independent||LOCAL FAMILY UNCOVER A PIECE OF HISTORY WITH TITANIC PAPER
A local family has uncovered a piece of history after finding a newspaper chronicling the aftermath of the titanic sinking and a will for a man with the same name as their father....
|7th August 2008|
|LUCY VIOLET SNAPE (FORMERLY LENNARD)
Photographic portrait of Titanic stewardess Lucy Violet Snape...
|New York Times||SILENT TOAST TO MAJOR BUTT.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., April 23.---A silent toast to Major Archibald Butt was drunk last night by the Second Company Governor's Foot Guard, one of the historic military organizations of the State, at its annual observance of the anniversary of the depa...
|24th April 1912|
|News Wales||SWANSEA MUSEUM EXHIBITION ONE OF BEST IN UK
The Titanic Honour and Glory exhibition currently running at Swansea Museum in Victoria Road has been named in Britain's top five by The Times newspaper. It's the only exhibition in Wales to have made the cut.Thousands of visitors have been to see Titanic Honour and Glory since it was unveiled in October....
|23rd January 2008|
|International News Service||ENGAGED TO WED MARRIED MAN: DOROTHY GIBSON
newspaper short item...
|25th May 1913|
|ET Comment||HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE.
The US evidence of Hugh Woolner is highly unreliable. He claims that he and Hakan Bjornstrom Steffanson saw Boat D "about to lower", then went across to the starboard side, and saw an officer fire two shots to get men out of a collapsible...
|6th November 2006|
|BERTHE LEROY IN 1956
From 'Santa Barbara News Press'...
|Newark Evening News||F. K. SEWARD SAVED
Included in the list of rescued is F. K. Seward, of 529 West 112th street, New York, a nephew of Dr. John L. Seward, of 416 Main street, Orange. Mrs. Seward said today that her husband’s nephew had been in Europe on a two months&rsquo...
|17th April 1912|
|Cook County Herald||HEARS OF DISASTER; DIES
Shortly after a newspaper account of the Titanic disaster was read to him, Andrew Nolting, a farmer near here, committed suicide by drinking poison. ...
|26th April 1912|
|holdthefrontpage.co.uk||SCOTTISH DAILY NAILS TITANIC MYTH AS IT GOES TABLOID
A Scottish daily newspaper used its last-ever broadsheet edition to nail a long-standing myth about how it reported the Titanic disaster. According to urban legend, the Aberdeen-based Press and Journal covered the 1912 shipping catastrophe with the headline: “North-East man lost at sea.” The DC Thomson-owned P&J decided to set the record straight in its final broadsheet edition on Friday before this week’s tabloid relaunch....
|16th January 2012|
|THE TITANIC PAPERS
The story of the Titanic has been retold in virtually every medium for the past 100 years and continues to fascinate. But it was the newspapers that first fed the appetite of the public for information during those fateful April days in 1912. T...
|Western Daily Mercury||NO NEWS OF MR F. ANDREW, OF REDRUTH
Among the passengers of whose fate nothing is yet definitely known is Mr. Frank Andrew (30), of Pencoys, near Redruth. Mrs. Andrew, who lives at Pencoys, with one little child about two years of age, received a postcard from a friend in Plymouth, on ...
|19th April 1912|
|New York Times||TAFT AT PRESS CLUB DINNER
He and Major Butt Entertained in Louisville-Col. Watterson Speaks --- LOUISVILLE, Nov. 8.--A dinner by the Louisville Press Club was the principal feature of President Taft's visit here this evening, and at it the President divid...
|11th August 1911|
|New York Times||SAY THEY HAVE "MONA LISA"
Two Men Go to Rome to See J. P. Morgan About It --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- PARIS, April 11---A newspaper whose artistic news is generally reliable says that two men le...
|12th April 1912|
|New York Times||CONSULT BURKE'S PEERAGE
For News of the Arrival Here of the Sister of Mrs. Elinor Glyn --- Lady Duff Gordon, a sister of Mrs. Elinor Glyn, arrived yesterday at the Hotel Plaza. Lady Duff Gordon went to her room. Presently Mrs. Glyn approached the inquir...
|21st November 1907|
|Hopewell Herald||MRS. EMILY THOMAS BLACKWELL
Mrs. Emily Thomas Blackwell wife of Stephen Weart Blackwell of New York City was buried in the Old School Baptist Churchyard in this place saturday afternoon. The funeral was held from the residents of ex-Senator...
|19th December 1906|
|worcesternews.co.uk||TITANIC - MEMORIES FROM WHEN THE UNSINKABLE HAPPENED
A NEWSPAPER found in the loft of a Worcester News reader reveals how the sinking of the Titanic was reported almost 100 years ago. The Tuesday, April 16, 1912, edition of The Daily Mirror, which was advertised with a cover price of one halfpenny, gave extensive coverage to the disaster. The famously ‘unsinkable’ ocean liner struck an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean off Newfoundland at 11.40pm on Sunday, April 14, 1912, during her maiden voyage. Two hours and 40 minutes later she had plunged to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, taking more than two thirds of her passengers and crew to their deaths. ...
|21st March 2012|
|New York Times||SETTLES SUIT AGAINST FIERMONTE
MINEOLA, L. I., Aug. 1O---Former District Attorney Elvin N. Edwards of Nassau County, attorney for John Drennan, newspaper photographer, in his civil suit for assault against Enzo Fiermonte, husband of Mrs. Madeline Astor Force Dick Fiermonte, filed ...
|11th August 1937|
|The Syracuse Herald||ISMAY AND OFFICERS OF TITANIC GO TO EUROPE
New York May 3 – In a state of near collapse, J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the International Mercantile Marine, sailed for England yesterday on the White Star Liner Adriatic. He made only this brief statement to the newspaper men....
|3rd May 1912|
|New York Times||FIERMONTE APOLOGIZES
Photographer Then Withdraws His Charge of Assault --- A charge of third-degree assault against Enzo Fiermonte, former prizefighter and husband of Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, was withdrawn yesterday in Flushing Court after...
|16th July 1937|
|New York Times||LINKS MRS. DICK AND BOXER
Fiermonte Says He Plans to Wed Former Mrs. Astor --- ROME, Saturday, June 17 (AP)---Signora Tosca Manetti Fiermonte, wife of a boxer, Enzo Fiermonte, now in America, is quoted in an interview in the newspaper Popolo di Roma today to the...
|17th June 1933|
|thespec.com||TITANIC SURVIVOR MAJ. ARTHUR PEUCHEN WAS SCORNED BACK HOME
Maj. Arthur Peuchen was barely installed in his suite at the Waldorf Astoria when he began regaling newspaper reporters with vivid tales of his escape and scathing denunciations of Titanic’s captain, Edward John Smith, and of the White Star Line’s managing director, J. Bruce Ismay, whom he accused of “criminal negligence. “I cannot repeat too strongly that J. Bruce Ismay knew of the presence of icebergs, but deliberately took a chance, for reasons which he can best explain.” Peuchen became a star witness at the ensuing U.S. Senate investigation of the Titanic horror. By then, he’d toned down his criticism of Capt. Smith, but not much else....
|14th March 2012|
|New York Times||SUMMONS FOR FIERMONTE
Photographer Charges Attack in Queens Traffic Court --- A summons charging third-degree assault on John Drennan, a newspaper photographer, was served yesterday on Enzo Fiermonte in the Rikers Island penitentiary, where Mr. Fiermonte is ...
|9th July 1937|
|irishtimes.com||'TITANIC' SINKING TELEGRAM TO BE AUCTIONED IN DUBLIN
THE FIRST report of the Titanic disaster to reach an Irish newspaper is expected to sell for up to €30,000 when it is auctioned in Dublin next month. A telegram sent to the Belfast Evening Telegraph alerted journalists that the Titanic “is sinking in mid-Atlantic” after a collision with an iceberg. The communication was stamped by the post office in Belfast on April 15th, 1912, the day the White Star liner sank. The author of the telegram, who quoted a Reuters report as the news source, has not been identified. A telegram was essentially the Edwardian equivalent of a Tweet or text message. A short communication was transmitted electronically to an office of the posts and telegraphs service, where it was deciphered and either handwritten or typed up and delivered to the recipient....
|29th March 2012|
|thesun.co.uk||WAS WINSTON CHURCHILL TO BLAME FOR TITANIC?
Author Robert Strange, an investigative journalist and former newspaper crime reporter, claims Britain's Second World War Prime Minister had a previously unrecognised, inglorious role in the loss of the vessel on her maiden voyage in 1912. As a newly-promoted government minister, Churchill had final responsibility for all marine safety when the Titanic was being planned, designed and built. Yet he failed in his duties as President of the Board of Trade to ensure that the ship was properly constructed and that her passengers were safe, the author claims. Strange says: "Churchill was fatally distracted from his vitally important safety duties by a combination of burning political ambition, wounded pride and the pursuit of his future wife Clementine. ...
|26th March 2012|
|ANTTI WILHELM SIVOLA
A local newspaper in Idaho reveals why Antti Wilhelm Sivola was coming to America aboard the Titanic....
|10th July 2012|
|Titanic Research||GEORGES KRINS - THE LOST MEMORIAL
Some years ag...
|25th May 2006|
The Los Angeles Times of April 17th 1912 stated that he was a brother of E. D. Rood of El Centro, California. The Rocky Mountain News (Denver) of April 13th 1992 stated that he was the Vice President and General Manager of the Pacific Coast Creosotin...
|New York Times||MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT
President's Aid Had Gone on a Special Mission to the Pope --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 15.-Major Archibald Willingham Butt, President Taft’s Military Aid, [sic] was returning on the Titanic afte...
|16th April 1912|
|New York Times||MORGAN HOPEFUL FOR OUR STOCKS
Tells a Doubtful Fellow-Traveler He'll Change His Mind About Them --- A BIG DECLINE YESTERDAY --- Erie Issues Lead It-Dividend on the Second Preferred May Be Passed---Gold Coming Soon --- Special Cabl...
|23rd March 1907|
|LETTER HOME BY TITANIC SURVIVOR ERNST PERSSON
I can't find words to describe how dreadful everything was......
|The Nation||STEAD AND FUTRELLE
|25th April 1912|
|New York Times||MRS. WIDENER NOT TO WED
Denies Her Reported Engagement to Dr. Hamilton Rice, the Explorer --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, Aug. 19---Mrs. George D. Widener made an emphatic denial today of her reported engagement to Dr. Hamilton Ric...
|15th August 1915|
|Sentinel||RELATIVES OF TITANIC COMMANDER VISIT FILM
Only living first cousin of Captain E.J. Smith, Sarah Harris (my great grandmother) in h...
|28th August 1953|
|New York Times||WALDMANS SEEK DIVORCE
Mother of Children Who Fell to Death Here Sues in Paris --- Copyright by The Chicago Tribune Co. --- PARIS, Nov. 27---Mrs. Barbara Guggenheim Waldman, whose two children were killed in a thirteen-story fall from the roof o...
|28th November 1929|
|Worcester Telegram||BOSTON MAN ON FRANCONIA REPORTS COMMUNICATING WITH CARPATHIA
|18th April 1912|
|REV. WYNELL HENRY CARTER (BROTHER OF REV. ERNEST CARTER)
At the time of the tragedy in 1912 the Exeter Flying Post newspaper reported that Rev. Ernest Courtenay's brother was Rector of St Mary Arches Church in Exeter, Devon. Rev. Wynell Henry Carter was a younger brother, born at Compton Beauchamp, Berksh...
|MR. & MRS. E. A. SANDERS (UNCLE AND AUNT)
In April 1912 the Exeter Flying Post newspaper reported that Titanic victim, Mrs. Lilian Carter, was a neice of Mrs. E. A. Sanders of Stoke House. Mrs. Lilian Carter (formerly Hughes) was a daughter of Thomas Hughes and Frances (formerly Ford)...