9 items found relating to : Rowing
|The Syracuse Herald||WITNESS SWEARS TITANIC SAILORS WERE UNTRAINED
Special to The Syracuse Herald New York, May 3 Mrs J Stuart White of Briarcliffe, N.Y., a survivor of the Titanic disaster yesterday testified before Senator William Alden Smith, chairman of the United States Sena...
|3rd May 1912|
|Syracuse Herald||EMILY BADMAN'S ACCOUNT
'...When we reached the water we could see that the Titanic was fast sinking and the six men who were rowing pulled us away as fast as they could....We had gone about a mile when there were two explosions and the Titanic split in two. The f...
|23rd April 1912|
|Karlshamns Allehanda||MISS LYYLI SILVéNS ACCOUNT
Having found her relatives she was reluctant to enter even the last boats, but Rev. Lahtinen had forced her to do so. Rev. Lahtinen had been looking calm and cheerful. Mrs. Lahtinen was supposed to be helped into the boat as well, but she clung...
|15th May 1912|
|Worcester Evening Gazette||SAYS ISMAY CHOSE OWN BOAT CREW
New York- April 19- According to Mrs. W.J. Cardeza, of Philadelphia, after she had arrived at the Ritz-Carlton with T.D.M. Cardeza, J.Bruce Ismay was not only safely seated in a lifeboat before it was filled, but he also selected the crew that rowed ...
|20th April 1912|
|New York Times||MRS. HELEN C. CANDEE SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES
Page 25, column 2 YORK HARBOR, ME., Aug 23 Mrs. Helen Churchill Candee, author and lecturer, of this place and Washington, D.C., died here today after a brief illness. She was 90 years old. Mrs. Candee, an authority on tapes...
|24th August 1949|
Patricia Sheehi (Cameron) (Hanna Mamee's niece)...
|Unidentified Newspaper||WOMAN RELATES THRILLING RACE OF CARPATHIA
|20th April 1912|
|Marion Weekly Star||MRS DAVISON'S ACCOUNT
'We were among the last to leave. We had retired when the crash came. Harry threw on some clothing and started on deck to see what was the matter. As we came on the deck we saw men and women fighting (?) about the lifeboats. Some of the boa...
|27th April 1912|
|Newark Evening News||THREE STILL SUFFER FROM PERILS AND COLD
Still suffering from the hardships they endured, Miss Cornelia T. Andrews, Mrs. John C. Hogeboom and Miss Gretchen F. Longley, who survived the Titanic disaster, are at the home of Mrs. Arthur H. Flack, of 458 Central avenue, East Orange. ...
|19th April 1912|