CARPATHIA PASSENGER LIST

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ORIZABA PASSENGER LIST COVER   ORIZABA PASSENGER LIST COVER

A passenger list cover from peak season 1928. On board were three Reverends; one Priest, and at least 8 families traveling with children. When looking over Ward Line Passenger lists from the '20's and'30's it is hard to reconcile the family-friendly passenger makeup with the liners' reputations for rumrunning and smuggling, and with their nickname "The Floating Whorehouses."...
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Cornishman ANOTHER PENZANCE PASSENGER SAVED
18th April 1912
Among the further list of passengers this morning appears the name of Ellen Wickes (Wilkes). Mr. Ludlow has received the following telegram: Name reported on Carpathia as Ellen Wickes. As we have no passenger of that name I think it must be E...
IROQUOIS PASSENGER LIST COVER   IROQUOIS PASSENGER LIST COVER

An unusual Iroquois passenger list cover from August 1934. Less than a month later, Iroquois was pressed into Ward Line service to replace the lost Morro Castle on her outbound September 8th voyage. About 50 passengers c...
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TITANIC SURVIVORS APPROACH THE CARPATHIA   TITANIC SURVIVORS APPROACH THE CARPATHIA

One of the Engelhardt Collapsible Lifeboats approaches the Cunarder RMS Carpathia....
Brooklyn Daily Eagle TELLS OF ISMAY'S ESCAPE
19th April 1912
Carpathia Passenger Saw White Star manager Land From Lifeboat....
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST   MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST
1912
Front page of 2nd class list...
  GENERAL INFORMATION

He was a First Class passenger registered on the ships passenger list under the assumed name of Mr. George Thorne, travelling with his mistress, Mrs. Gertrude Thorne, a survivor....
New York Times RECITES CLOSE CALL OF TITANIC RESCUE
27th October 1931
Sir Arthur Rostron Tells How Radio Man Got S 0 S as He Prepared to Quit Post --- RECALLS 46 YEARS AT SEA --- Carpathia's Former Master, in New Autobiography, Describes "Most Memorable Night" of Career --- If ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle MANY DEAD ON A RAFT
19th April 1912
Water Was Thick With Bodies, Says Montreal Passenger....
Worcester Telegram REPORT FUTRELLE SAFE
18th April 1912
By The Associated Press
London Hears Boston Author Is on Board Carpathia. London, April 17.-The list of survivors of the Titanic disaster as given out by the White Star line offices, contains the names of both Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Futrelle, Boston. Previous l...
Hudson Dispatch TWO WEST HOBOKEN MEN WERE AMONG VICTIMS ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
So far as can be learned two of the victims of the Titanic disaster lived in West Hoboken. They are John Ashby, father of Arthur Ashby, of 629 Traphagen street, and Albert Walker, father in law of Charles Robertson, proprietor of the Colonial Theatre...
Salt Lake Tribune FEAR PROVO WOMAN DISASTER VICTIM
20th April 1912
Page 3 Special to The Tribune PROVO, April 1900 Up to 4 o'clock this afternoon no word had been received in this city of the fate of Mrs. Irene C. Corbett who is supposed to have been a passenger on the Titanic when it...
The Evening News MAY BE PROVIDENCE MAN ON THE LIST OF TITANIC
16th April 1912
John J. Lamb, one of the supposed passengers on the ill-fated Titanic, was born in Ireland, but came to this country with his parents when an infant and has resided in Providence ever since. He is 27 years old. Last September Mr. Lam...
Chicago Record-Herald BUYER FOR NUGENT BROTHERS ON TITANIC
18th April 1912
Spencer V. Silverthorne, whose name appears among the Titanic passengers on the Carpathia, is a buyer for Nugent Brothers of St. Louis and a brother of Mrs. H. H. Harris, 820 Foster street, Evanston, whose husband is assistant pastor of the First ...
Worcester Telegram NAME NOT ON LIST BUT WOMAN IS SAFE
18th April 1912
The Associated Press
Mrs. Edgar Meyer Wires New York That She Is Returning on Carpathia and That Her Husband Is Missing NEW YORK, April 17.- A wireless message was received today by relatives of Mrs Edgar Meyer, daughter of the late Andrew Saks, reporting ...
San Francisco Bulletin LOCAL MINING MAN IS ON TITANIC'S DEATH LIST
20th April 1912
Colonel John Weir, a well known mining man of the Pacific Coast, was one of the victims of the Titanic horror. It has been learned by his friends that he took passage on the ill fated steamer on an unexpected trip to California, probably on urgent bu...
  MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST
1912
A member of the Association Francaise du Titanic owns a very strange document, which he inherited from Miss Earnshaw. At the time she gave him it, he did not thought that it would be the source of many questions and just accepted it. Miss Earn...
Chicago Daily News TITANIC : NAMES NOT ON SAILING LIST
16th April 1912
List of survivors whose names do not appear on the original sailing list, probably includes a large number of those who took the ship at Cherbourg...
New York Times THOSE WHO SAW THE RESCUE
19th April 1912
Carpathia's Passengers, Who Were Bound for Mediterranean, Back. The passengers on the Carpathia, whose trip to the Mediterranean was interrupted to aid those saved from the Titanic, are: Rev. R. B. Anderson, Baltimore,...
Brooklyn Daily Times NO NEWS OF KIMBALLS
18th April 1912
Fruitless Efforts to Get News of Bostonian --- Every resource of wealth and power was expended in vain to-day to secure some word from the Carpathia of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Kimball. Kimball is the head of the Hallett-Davis Piano Company ...
THE LOST TITANIC   THE LOST TITANIC

"Her passenger list was one of the greatest ever carried by an Atlantic liner."(Harpers Weekly 20 April 1912)...
Chicago Daily Journal ISMAY GOT INTO BOAT
19th April 1912
John R. Joyce, a banker of Carlsbad, N. M., a passenger on the Carpathia, said: "When the Carpathia reached the scene of the wreck, we saw eighteen boats and one raft on the water.  The Carpathia picked them all up. Four pe...
Unidentified Newspaper WOMAN RELATES THRILLING RACE OF CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
Article...
New York Times MAURETANIA'S CAPTAIN IS HONORED BY KING
3rd July 1926
Roston [sic]Is Made a K. B. E. in Delayed Birthday List---48 Other Knights Created --- Copyright, 1926, by The New York Times Company --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 2---The King's Bi...
YUCATAN (EX HAVAVA) PASSENGER LIST COVER   YUCATAN (EX HAVAVA) PASSENGER LIST COVER

A 1938 rendering of the former Havana....
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Worcester Telegram BOSTON MAN ON FRANCONIA REPORTS COMMUNICATING WITH CARPATHIA
18th April 1912
Article...
Chicago Daily News BURY FOUR OF THE DEAD AT SEA
19th April 1912
Impressive Services Over Victims Are Held Aboard the Carpathia...
ANDREA DORIA : PASSENGER LIST COVER   ANDREA DORIA : PASSENGER LIST COVER

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Camden Post-Telegram HADDONFIELD MAN ON BOARD TITANIC
17th April 1912
Nothing Yet Heard from Frederick W. Sutton Whose Name is on Passenger List --- BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH --- Fredrich [sic] W. Sutton, a highly esteemed wealthy resident of Haddonfield is said to have been on board...
New York Times VINCENT ASTOR'S GRIEF
17th April 1912
Vincent Astor's Grief Pitiable ___________ Son of John Jacob offers a fortune for word of his father ___________ Vincent Astor, son of Col. John Jacob Astor, who is believed to have g...
New York Times BOOK NOTES
22nd July 1931
Macmillan has obtained what are believed to be the only pictures of the rescue of the Titanic’s survivors and these will be used to illustrate Sir Arthur Rostron's forthcoming autobiography, "'Home From the Sea." Sir Arthur, in command of the C...
Hudson Observer WEST HOBOKEN MAN'S RELATIVES HAVE NOT ABANDONED ALL HOPE
22nd April 1912
Nothing has been heard of John Ashby, listed as second cabin passenger aboard the ill-fated Titanic, and the family, in West Hoboken, with the Rev. Edmund J. Cleveland, would be pleased for any information. No satisfaction can be obtained at the Whit...
North American WOMAN MISSIONARY MAY BE AMONG LOST
19th April 1912
POTTSTOWN, Pa., April 18---The name of Miss Annie Funk, a returned missionary from India and a daughter of James Funk, a well-to-do grist mill owner at Palm, this county, is not among the list of second-class passengers on the ill-fated Titanic who w...
New York Times THE WIDENERS
17th April 1912
Another of the morning inquiries (at the White Star Line office) was a long distance one from Philadelphia. It was for the news of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Widener and their son, Harry Elkins Widener, who are of the well-known Philadelphia family of th...
Chicago Tribune ANOTHER CHICAGOAN STILL FEARS
21st April 1912
Some Chicagoans do not know yet whether their relatives were saved by the Carpathia or not.  Edward Manion, who lives at 1848 Lincoln avenue, does not know whether his sister, Miss Margaret Manion, Castle Bar, Ireland, is on her way to Chicag...
MORE THAN A CREW LIST   MORE THAN A CREW LIST
30th August 2011
The “More than a List of Crew” Website Explained The historical circumstances that made merchant seafarers some of the best documented of nineteenth and early twentieth century workers in Britain...
SUFFERERS BOTH Sunday Independent SUFFERERS BOTH
21st April 1912
Hibernia and Columbia United in Grief...
Rahway Daily Record ARTHUR KEEFE ONE OF THE PASSENGERS ABOARD THE TITANIC
17th April 1912
New York Papers This Morning Give His Name In List of Passengers Embarking at Southampton ---------- FEAR HE IS AMONG MISSING ---------- His Sister in East Rahway Feels That He Met His Fate When The Ill Starred Vessel Sank...
CARPATHIA MENU   CARPATHIA MENU

Menu for the last dinner served to Titanic survivors on board Carpathia, April 18th, 1912...
CARPATHIA MEDAL   CARPATHIA MEDAL

Captain Rostron, the officers and crew of the Carpathia each received a medal in recognition of their efforts on the night of April 14th/15th 1912. ...
Chicago Tribune THOMAS FOLEY'S BROTHER GONE
20th April 1912
            Thomas Foley, 3157 Harrison street, a street car conductor, a well built young man, with an unspoiled Irish burr in his speech, called to ask if the ...
Worcester Evening Post ASPLUND FAMILY TITANIC PASSENGERS IT IS FEARED
19th April 1912
Charles Asplund, a former resident of Worcester; a six year old son, Carl, and another son two years old, are believed to have been included among the victims of the Titanic disaster. Mrs.Asplund and three other children. Felix, 13 years o...
Chicago American LOUISVILLE DOCTOR, HEIR TO VILLA, DIES ON LOST TITANIC
17th April 1912
Dr. Ernest Moraweck of Louisville was a passenger on the Titanic.  His name appears on the second class passenger list and he has written that he would reach New York on his way home from Europe soon after April 15.  He is not given i...
Worcester Telegram STORM STOPS NEWS: SABLE ISLAND COMMUNICATES BRIEFLY WITH THE CARPATHIA.
18th April 1912
Article...
The Evening Telegram MAJOR PEUCHEN : AGONIZED WAITING IN TORONTO FOR THE SHIP THAT PASSED IN THE NIGHT
16th April 1912
Major Arthur G. Peuchen, 599 Jarvis street, whose name appears in the list of survivors, is well known in business and military circles in Toronto....
Hudson Observer HOBOKEN MAN MAY BE AMONG THOSE DROWNED
16th April 1912
Among the passengers who may have lost their lives in the sinking of the steamer Titanic is Len Moore, aged 20, of 509 Willow avenue, Hoboken, who was a second class passenger from Southampton. Mr. Moore, who made his home with a mar...
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST   MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST
1912
First page of the list saved by Miss Earnshaw...
Hudson Dispatch TITANIC SURVIVORS TELL DRAMATIC STORY OF SEA'S GREATEST DISASTER IN HISTORY
19th April 1912
--------------- Union Hill Woman Relates Her Experience, and How She Saved Child--Pathetic Meeting of Little One By Grandparents When the Carpathia Docked--Many Describe Mournful Scenes of Rescue and Picture Graphically the Going Down of the ...
Newark Daily Advociate HAD COUSIN ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Mrs. Cassebeer...
Chicago Daily Journal HARRY STROUD
19th April 1912
Harry Stroud, boarded steamer in Southampton, a steward on the Titanic, was expected to visit his brother, who lives at 217 East Thirty-First street; name missing from list of survivors.   Chicago...
Evening Bulletin WILLIAM CROTHERS DULLES NOW IS GIVEN UP AS LOST
19th April 1912
Cousin of Philadelphia Lawyer Says His Absence From Carpathia Shows He Didn't Survive --- On learning that William Crothers Dulles, a lawyer, 316 S. 12th st., was not among the survivors on the rescue ship Carpathia, friends and relativ...
Clare Journal THE TITANIC DISASTER
29th April 1912
A telegram received in Ennis during the week confirmed the worst fears that had been entertained as to the safety of a young man named Martin McMahon, from the Craigbrien district, about five miles from Ennis. It was known...
Binghamton Press MRS. H.A. CASSEBEER AMONG PASSENGERS OF ILL-FATED BOAT
20th April 1912
On The Titanic and reported to be among the missing is a Mrs. H.A. Cassebeer, who is a daughter of Mrs. L. Vernette Fosdick, the matron at the house of the Good Shepherd on Conklin avenue....
TITANIC LIFEBOAT HOISTED ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse TITANIC LIFEBOAT HOISTED ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
20th September 1956
From 'L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse'...
New York Times FIERMONTE AND WIFE BACK
2nd August 1935
To Stay Here 3 Months---He Will Shun Prize Ring --- Enzo Fiermonte, former Italian prizefighter, returned to the United States on the North German Lloyd liner Europa yesterday, accompanied by his wife, the former Mrs. Madeleine Force As...
GEORGE A. BRERETON - MYSTERY MAN Titanica! GEORGE A. BRERETON - MYSTERY MAN
28th January 2001
Mike Herbold
New research reveals the tragic fate of one of the Titanic's notorious gamblers....
New York Times MORGAN ON THE OCEAN
14th March 1907
Sailed Yesterday on the Baltic to be Gone Until July --- J. Pierpont Morgan sailed for Liverpool yesterday on the White Star Line steamer Baltic. On account of the tide the Baltic sailed at 5 o'clock in the morning. M...
New York Times ST. LOUIS PASSENGERS
16th April 1912
Theophile Papin, Jr., and Wealthy Miss Madill Among the Missourians --- Special to The New York Times --- ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 15---Among the St. Louis folk on the Titanic were Mrs. Edward Robert of 4,140 Lindell Avenue, ...
New York Times STRAUS'S SECRETARY WAITS ALL NIGHT
17th April 1912
A representative of the Straus family was at the White Star steamship office continuously yesterday, waiting for news of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Straus. Sylvester Byrnes, Mr. Straus's secretary, had remained in the office all night. With ...
Chicago Record-Herald WOMAN IN COLLAPSE
17th April 1912
A handsomely garbed woman seated in a taxicab asked the reporters if the name of Wier appeared on the list of those saved.  She refused to reveal her identity and when told that the name did not appear on the list she collapsed and a physi...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle BABY OF TEN MONTHS AMONG THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Infant and Nurse Sole Survivors of family on the Titanic...
The Times LIVERPOOL AWARDS TO CARPATHIA CREW
16th December 1912
Page 3Engineers of the Carpathia honoured The Lord Mayor of Liverpool has made various presentations to the engineers and electricians of the Carpathia who gave service on the night of the Titanic disaster. Mr A. Johnsto...
Elizabeth Daily Journal LEARNS SISTER WAS LOST ON FATED TITANIC
20th April 1912
Mrs. Thomas Cuffe Prostrated Over Fate of Miss Julia Barry Mrs. Thomas Cuffe, of 148 Livingston street, is prostrated with grief at her home to-day as a result of the loss of her sister, who perished when the waters of the Atlantic cl...
A LIFEBOAT APPROACHES THE CARPATHIA   A LIFEBOAT APPROACHES THE CARPATHIA
15th April 1912
Hudson Observer HOBOKEN MAN LOSES BROTHER IN DISASTER
20th April 1912
In a little flat at 509 Willow avenue, Hoboken, John Moore is grievingto-day over the loss of his nineteen year-old brother, Leonard, who wasone of the victims of the Titanic disaster.The boy came to America last April an...
Hudson Observer WEST HOBOKEN MAN A PASSENGER ON THE LOST STEAMER
17th April 1912
John Ashby, of Traphagen street, West Hoboken, is on the list of second cabin passengers of the ill-fated Titanic and so far his name has not appeared among those of the rescued. He was returning from England to his son-in-law and two daughters in No...
New York Times ONLY ONE PASSENGER SAVED HIS BAGGAGE
24th April 1912
S. L. Goldenberg Brought a "Carry-All" Ashore Loaded with His Effects --- CUSTOMS MEN PASSED IT --- Don't Know How It Reached the Carpathia from the Titanic---Bag Was Not Wet --- Of all the baggage that was on the W...
Worcester Evening Gazette CARPATHIA'S CAPT. ALL WORN OUT
20th April 1912
Article...
San Francisco Examiner SACRAMENTO PAIR IN PASSENGER LIST
16th April 1912
Special Dispatch to “The Examiner.” SACRAMENTO, APRIL 15.–Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hold of this city were passengers on the Titanic. They were returning from a visit to Mrs. Hold’s father and other relatives in Cornwall, where they we...
  MRS WEISZ ON THE CARPATHIA

Mrs Weisz could speak French and second class survivor Juliette Laroche met her on the Carpathia. Her daughter, Louise Laroche, remembered Mrs Weisz well. She was a strong character and on the Carpathia, she cried after her husband: "Mon pauvre Léop...
TITANIC LIFEBOATS APPROACH THE CARPATHIA   TITANIC LIFEBOATS APPROACH THE CARPATHIA

Painting by Colin Campbell Cooper...
Trenton Evening Times STANLEY AND HARRIS NOT ON THE TITANIC
17th April 1912
Frank Stanley, the chauffeur who motored Mr. Roebling's son, Washington A. Roebling II and Stephen W. Blackwell through Europe, was not a passenger on the doomed Titanic but was safe in New York....
North American TITANIC DISASTER PROVES AID TO WOMAN
3rd May 1912
Twice Debarred, Embarking on Fated Liner, Enters on Carpathia --- DODGES ELLIS ISLAND --- Special Dispatch to The North American --- ALLENTOWN, Pa., May 2---That it is an ill wind that blows nobody any good w...
New York Times TITANIC TESTS HER SPEED
3rd April 1912
Then She Sails for Southampton to Prepare for Maiden Voyage by Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times LONDON, April 2.—The White Star liner Titanic, which has just been completed by Ha...
Newark Star MR. STENGEL SENDS WORD HE IS SAFE
18th April 1912
Nothing Heard of Three Other Essex Men Who Were on Doomed Ship --- Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel were rejoiced yesterday when a wireless message was received from Mr. Ivan Stengel stating that his father and ...
Calgary Herald ANOTHER ADDED TO LIST OF LOST IS ALBERT MALLET, A TRAVELLER
20th April 1912
MONTREAL, April 20.- The disaster to the Titanic was brought poignantly home to Montrealers today by the arrival in the city of some of the Montreal survivors. At ten o'clock yesterday morning a special train pulled into the Grand Trunk st...
Newark Evening News FATHER AND BROTHER ON TITANIC'S DEATH LIST
30th April 1912
ROEBLING, April 30---In the death list of the Titanic Mrs. Olaf Swanberg of Third avenue, yesterday discovered the names of her father and brother among the third-class passengers who were lost. The brother, a prosperous settler in Minnesota, had re...
A LIFEBOAT AT THE SIDE OF THE CARPATHIA   A LIFEBOAT AT THE SIDE OF THE CARPATHIA

In the early hours of 15 April lifeboat 11 and another lifeboat ties up alongside the Carpathia....
Washington Times CAPITAL RESIDENTS IN NEW YORK FOR CARPATHIA'S COMING
18th April 1912
Anxious for News From Friends Aboard the Titanic --- With barely one thread of hope that three of the Washingtonians who sailed from Southampton on the ill-fated Titanic a week ago yesterday are still alive, a party of Washingtonians to...
Associated Press PROFOUND GRIEF FELT OVER PARIS - LADY DUFF GORDON AND HER HUSBAND PROBABLY AMONG THE DEAD
16th April 1912
By Associated Press. Paris, April 16. - The American colony in Paris was plunged into profound grief by definite news of the stupendous loss of life caused by the wreck of the Titanic. Hundreds of prominent American residents and Ameri...
Evening Bulletin HAD PREMONITION OF DISASTER
17th April 1912
Nurse in Home of Mrs. J. B. Earnshaw Distrusted Early Despatches of Safety of Passengers --- A curious instance of the premonitions which are communicated to members of a family or even a household in time of disaster, was illustrated i...
  BARKWORTH'S ACCOUNT
1912
Dictated to Mrs. Francis because his hands had been frozen. I was sitting in the smoking room with my friends when we heard a grinding sound which caused the ship to tremble . . . Engines seemed to stop. Walking out on deck, through th...
The Times HAROLD COTTAM
31st May 1984
Obituary...
Brooklyn Daily Times FAR ROCKAWAY GIRL SAFE ON CARPATHIA
17th April 1912
Miss Edith Louise Rosenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenbaum, of Merrill road, Far Rockaway, was among the passengers on the Titanic who were rescued by the Carpathia. Mr. and Mrs. Roosenbaum were distracted from the time they heard of the ...
The Times THE CARPATHIA TORPEDOED
20th July 1918
The Cunard steamer Carpathia was sunk by an enemy torpedo in the Atlantic, west of Ireland, last Wednesday while on the outward voyage. Survivors state that the vessel was sunk by a German submarine at about 9:15 on Wednesday morning....
TITANIC BLUEPRINT   TITANIC BLUEPRINT

"R.M.S. Titanic" Harland & Wolff design dept schematic scale blueprint of "Titanic's" plumbing & water systems. Approx 9ft x 20ins. This drawing was the personal property of W.D. Wilson esq....
ROGER BRICOUX ON THE CARPATHIA   ROGER BRICOUX ON THE CARPATHIA
17th March 1912
Letter sent by cellist on 17 March 1912...
Newark Evening News WIRELESS FROM THE STENGELS
17th April 1912
First Direct Personal Message Received from Jersey Folk in the Disaster ---------- BOTH ON THE CARPATHIA ---------- Direct intelligence from Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel, of this city, now on the rescue ship Carpathia, was received h...
PASSENGER AND SOOT!   PASSENGER AND SOOT!
May 1935
An attractively attired first class passenger poses beneath the dramatic soot cloud which trailed the Normandie for at least part of her maiden crossing....
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Washington Herald W. B. SILVEY KNOWN HERE
19th April 1912
Missing Titanic Passenger's Family Prominent in Army --- William B. Silvey, who is one of the missing passengers of the ill-fated Titanic, is well known in Washington. His father was a lieutenant colonel in the First United States Arti...
  MARCONIGRAMS
18th April 1912
Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Boultons, Upper Holloway, London. ''Inform friends safe Carpathia, arrange Baggage insurance. - Collett.'' Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Collett, Baptist Parsonage, Port Byron New York. ''Saf...
Corriere della Sera ITALIANS SHIPWRECKED
19th April 1912
Page 5 [Translation] London, 17 April, night Italians aboard the Titanic numbered more than 50: two restaurant's directors L. Gatti, 36 years, and F. Scavino, two superintendents, Giuseppe Bochet, from s...
New York Times MEDALS FOR RESCUING CREW
23rd April 1912
Bill Introduced in House to Decorate Men on the Carpathia --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 22---Representative Francis of Ohio to-day introduced a resolution calling for Federal recognition and deco...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle TITANIC: MORE BODIES FOUND: FIFTEEN IDENTIFIED
23rd April 1912
The White Star Line this morning made public the following wireless communication, giving the names in the additional list of those recovered in the Titanic disaster:...
WHY THE TITANIC DID NOT LIST Titanica! WHY THE TITANIC DID NOT LIST
30th April 2003
Eqab S. Al-Otaibi
Eqab S Al-Otaibi NS 415 Titanic Supervised by Captain C. Weeks The list of any ship is due to either a negative initial stability (GM, metacentric height) or off center weight. So the list is due to internal force. Off center weight i...
The New York Times THINKS TIMES LIST SAVED FATHER'S LIFE
21st April 1912
Survivor Says Aged Man Got Hope from Interpretation of Faulty Wireless Message --- 'WILLIAMS' MEANT 'WILHEMS' --- ...
Chicago Daily News LINER OLYMPIC HITS A WRECK
27th February 1912
Ship Due at Southampton on Its Way To Belfast for Repairs. Belfast, Ireland, Feb. 27---The White Star liner Olympic, which left New York on Wednesday and was due in Southampton today, stru...
Washington Times MISS GRACIE HEARS FATHER IS AMONG PASSENGERS SAVED
16th April 1912
Capital Resident Said to Be Aboard the Carpathia With Others Taken From the Titanic --- STEAMER IS NOW HEADED FOR SOME AMERICAN PORT --- Col. Archibald Gracie, 1627 Sixteenth street, is saved from the wreck of the Titanic ...
San Francisco Chronicle DR. DODGE AND HIS FAMILY ARE SAFE
18th April 1912
Page 1 Assessor Sends Two Messages From Carpathia to His Son Here-- Mayor Wires Reply Relieving the deep anxiety of his relatives and thousands of friends in this city, Dr. Washington Dodge, Assessor of San Francisco, ...
Louisville Courier-Journal, Louisville KY DR. ERNEST MORAWECK NOW COUNTED AMONG THE DEAD
1912
F. Leingruber, manager of Dr. Moraweck's farm near Brandenburg yesterday gave up all hope for the safety of the former Louisville man who was a passenger aboard the Titanic and who is reported as missing. Mr. and Mrs. Leingruber learned through a mut...
New York Times OVERCOME BY GOOD NEWS
17th April 1912
One of the first to appear at the office of the (White Star) company was Edward Frauenthal, of 786 Lexington Ave., who had two brothers on the Titanic, Dr. Hyman and J.C. Frauenthal. Both are reported saved. When he was told that his brothers' names ...
New York Times FILE WILL OF TITANIC VICTIM
28th June 1912
Proof of Death of Charles Natsch Furnished by Survivor --- The will of Charles Natsch, who lost his life on the Titanic, was admitted to probate in the Surrogates' Court in Brooklyn, yesterday, after proof of his death had been submitte...
LIFEBOATS FROM TITANIC REACH THE CARPATHIA   LIFEBOATS FROM TITANIC REACH THE CARPATHIA
15th April 1912
Rahway Daily Record NO TRACE IS FOUND OF KEEFE'S BODY
26th April 1912
Survivor of Titanic Wreck Tells of Being With Him In a Life Boat ---------- It had for several days been hoped that among the bodies recovered from the wreck of the Titanic would be found that of Arthur Keefe. This hope is now ...
Washington Herald CAPT. ROSTRON TELLS OF RESCUE
19th April 1912
CAPT. R. [sic] H. ROSTRON
The Chief Officer of Carpathia Relates His Thrilling Experiences --- SIGHTED AT DAYLIGHT --- By CAPT. R. [sic] H. ROSTRON --- Statement by the captain of the Cunard steamship Carpathia, rescuer of the Titanic...
  CHICAGOANS SEEK SURVIVORS
19th April 1912
At the local White Star office inquiries were made today for Katherine McCarthy by her brother, John McCarthy, 4634 Wallace street, who is certain she was a passenger on the Titanic and was coming to Chicago. Information regarding Nora Cummin...
Chicago Daily Tribune OAK PARK TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
(Photo: Mrs F. R. Kenyon) A letter written on board the Carpathia was received yesterday by Mrs. George P. Baldwin, 309 Linden avenue, Oak Park, announcing the death of F. R. Kenyon and the safety of Mrs. Kenyon, sister of Mrs. Baldwin...
BRIDE BEING TAKEN FROM CARPATHIA Evening Bulletin BRIDE BEING TAKEN FROM CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
Second Wireless Operator of the Titanic...
Newark Evening News MORE FROM JERSEY MAY HAVE PERISHED IN SEA
20th April 1912
PATERSON, April 20---Some residents of this city and of Hawthorne fear that several persons near to them perished on the Titanic. The supposed victims are John Mechan, of this city; Arthur Ford, formerly of th...
New York Times REWARD CARPATHIA'S CREW
11th June 1912
White Star Line Makes Gifts---Cunard to Claim No Damages --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, June 10---The White Star Line has announced that the Cunard Company has acceded to ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle ICEBERG THAT SANK TITANIC
19th April 1912
400 Feet Long and 90 Feet High, Says Carpathia Physician...
Chicago Tribune OAK PARK WOMAN TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
LETTER SENT BY TITANIC SURVIVOR WHILE ABOARD THE CARPATHIA SENT TO SISTER IN OAK PARK A letter written on board the Carpathi...
New York Times CARPATHIA SUNK; 5 OF CREW KILLED
20th July 1918
215 Saved from Cunard Liner, Which Is Sent Down Off the Coast of Ireland --- HIT BY THREE TORPEDOES --- Was Bound for an American Port to Take Some More Soldiers to the Other Side --- Copyight, 1918, by The N...
Chicago Examiner NOT LOCKED IN CABIN ON CARPATHIA, SAYS ISMAY
1st May 1912
I know that my personal conduct has been made the subject of a lot of unfavorable comment, and I court the fullest inquiry at the hands of your committee or any one else who has the right to ask such questions.  So far as the Carpathia is ...
The Evening Telegram GEORGE GRAHAM : AGONIZED WAITING IN TORONTO FOR THE SHIP THAT PASSED IN THE NIGHT
16th April 1912
A husband nearing home, a wife receiving with joy the message that assured her of her husband's welfare. Then the news which has been received with deepest sadness by the whole world......
Corriere della Sera STILL MISSING A COMPLETE LIST OF THE ITALIAN'S SHIPWREKED
18th April 1912
Page B07 [Translation] The enrolment of the waiters for the "Titanic" London, 17 April, night Till midnight no one new list of the survivors has reached, so except for Portaluppi and Pera...
Daily Home News MR. SILVEY LOST WHEN WIFE WAS SAVED
19th April 1912
With the landing of the Carpathia last night came final confirmation of the sad news that William B. Silvey, brother of Mrs. Fred Deshler, formerly of this city, now of Washington, was lost with the Titanic. Mrs. Silvey was taken off in a lifeboat a...
Chicago Daily Journal I'M STARVED WAS ISMAY'S FIRST WORD
19th April 1912
"For God's sake get me something to eat. I'm starved. I don't care what it costs or what it is, bring it to me."...
Newark Evening News JERSEY DEATH ROLL DETAILS
19th April 1912
Besides Residents of This State, Many Victims Had Connections Here ---------- ANGUISH OF THE RELATIVES ---------- In addition to the New Jersey residents who lost their lives in the disaster, fourteen more who met death had friends and r...
PHOTOGRAPH OF TITANIC FIRST CLASS PASSENGER DR MAX STAEHELIN   PHOTOGRAPH OF TITANIC FIRST CLASS PASSENGER DR MAX STAEHELIN

Photograph of Titanic first class passenger Dr Max Staehelin...
The Gazette (Montreal) LAURENTIC'S RECEPTION
11th May 1909
The first of the official receptions on the White Star-Dominion R. M. S. Laurentic takes place today, when a luncheon will be provided, to which the following, amongst others, are the invited guests: Sir Wilfred Laurier, ...
North American NORTH WALES PEOPLE NOT AMONG SURVIVORS
23rd April 1912
Messages received yesterday by James W. Van Billiard, burgess of North Wales, indicated that there is little hope for the safety of his son, Austin Van Billiard, and two grandchildren, who were passengers on the Titanic, and who are believed to have ...
New York Times LOST TWO IN IROQUOIS FIRE
17th April 1912
Daughters of Rescued Titanic Passenger Killed in Chicago Holocaust --- Special to The New York Times --- CHICAGO, Ill., April 16---Mrs. Ida S. Hippach, wife of L. A. Hippach, manufacturer, of 7,352 Sheridan Road, and Miss ...
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...
ALFRED NOURNEY : TITANIC TELEGRAM   ALFRED NOURNEY : TITANIC TELEGRAM

Wolff Cöln Sachsenring Titanic gesunken! Gerettet an Bord von Carpathia. Cunard Line. Vollständig mittel und kleiderlos. Alfred (Titanic sunk! Saved on board Cunard Line Carpathia. Completely dest...
Chicago Daily Journal THOMAS WHITELEY : WIRELESS OPERATOR DIES
19th April 1912
Philips, the first Marconi operator aboard the Titanic, stuck to his post until the last, jumped from the sinking ship, was taken aboard the life-raft and died before rescuers reached him, according to the story told here today by Thomas Whitely. ...
New York Times BOSTON MAN MISSING
16th April 1912
A. W. Newell's Two Daughters Among Survivors, but No Report of Him --- Special to The New York Times --- BOSTON, April 16---Nearly a dozen Boston men, known to have been aboard the Titanic, are unaccounted for. Some were a...
The Greenwich News GREENWICH PEOPLE SAVED
19th April 1912
MRS. WILLIAM T. GRAHAM AND MISS MARGARET AMONG RESCUED FROM TITANIC. RELATIVES OF OTHER GREENWICH PEOPLE ON STRICKEN SHIP ALL REACH PORT - TALES OF THE DISASTER FROM MISS GRAHAM AND MR. CARTER'S ...
  BRAVERY AWARD
1st April 2005
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Cleveland Plain Dealer TELLS OF WOMEN PULLING AT OARS
19th April 1912
Page 1 Youngstown Woman Relates Story of Escape from Sinking Titanic Men Tire and Passengers Row Boats to Safety From Disaster From reports received from the steamer Carpathia when it docked at New York ...
Washington Times SENATOR GUGGENHEIM FEARFUL THAT HIS BROTHER IS DEAD
16th April 1912
Senator Simon Guggenheim of Colorado waited eagerly and anxiously today for some word that would indicate the fate of his brother, Benjamin, who was a Titanic passenger. Senator Guggenheim this forenoon had not given up all hope, but he was fearful t...
Chicago Record Herald NONE PICKED UP CELTIC
23rd April 1912
General Passenger Agent Jeffries of the White Star Line today denied the report that an officer and woman steerage passenger of the Titanic were picked up by the Celtic, which arrived in this city on Saturday morning, as related in a dispatch l...
Evanston Daily News NO EVANSTONIANS ABOARD
16th April 1912
There were no Evanstonians aboard the ship. Arthur Ryerson and family, formerly of Lake Forest and well known in local social circles were among the passengers. All are reported saved except Mr. Ryerson.  Mrs. Ida S. Hippach and daughter Jean...
Daily Home News HOME NEWS GAVE CITY FIRST NEWS OF CARPATHIA'S LANDING
19th April 1912
New Brunswick received the news of the landing of the Carpathia with the rescued Titanic passengers, from the Home News last night. The details of the landing and the passengers’ stories of the disaster, were wired to this office direct, and other b...
Chicago American AWAIT NEWS IN DETROIT
18th April 1912
Mrs. G. W. Lyon, 471 Third avenue, is eagerly awaiting tidings from relatives who were in the Titanic disaster.  She is a sister of Mrs. E. G. ...
Worcester Telegram MRS. CHARLES ASPLUND AND THREE CHILDREN ARE SAVED
18th April 1912
Her Husband and Two of Their Sons Are Believed to Be Among Those Lost on the Titanic, Though Names Sent Show Slight Varience Charles Asplund, formerly of Worcester, his son Carl, 6 years old, and a baby boy 2 years old, are pro...
UNIDENTIFIED TITANIC SURVIVORS ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA L'Illustr, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse UNIDENTIFIED TITANIC SURVIVORS ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
27th September 1956
This picture, supposedly of unidentified Titanic survivors on board the Carpathia, was published in Switzerland in 1956....
Worcester Evening Gazette SAFETY OF FORMER RESIDENTS OF WORCESTER CAUSES WORRY AMONG FRIENDS IN THIS CITY
17th April 1912
Believing that Charles Asplund and family, formerly of Worcester, were on board the ill-fated Titanic when it foundered., Charles E. Carlson of 193 Vernon street, left Worcester today for New York to make inquiries concerning the fate of the family, ...
Chicago Daily Tribune STORY OF RESCUE BY A CHICAGOAN
20th April 1912
Dr. Frank Blackmarr Tells Scenes When Survivors Reached Carpathia WOMEN AT BOAT OARS Spot Where the Titanic Went Down Covered with All Sorts of Debris BY DR. FRANK BLACKMARR OF CHICAGO (A passeng...
Southport Guardian THE TITANIC : ANOTHER SOUTHPORT VICTIM
24th April 1912
Southport has a more than pathetic interest in the loss of the Titanic in that several of the crew and passengers had local connections. On Saturday we had to record the names of Mr. W. Ennis and Mr. J. Walpole, members of the crew, as being am...
Washington Post TITANIC'S WIRELESS CHIEF DIED ON A LIFERAFT
20th April 1912
New York. April 19.—Philips [sic], the first Marconi operator aboard the Titanic, stuck to his post till the last, jumped from the sinking ship, was taken aboard the life raft, and died before rescuers reached him, according to th...
Women's Wear Daily EDITH L. ROSENBAUM
18th April 1912
New York - Edith L. Rosenbaum - It was previously reported that Miss Rosenbaum, representative buyer for a number of New York firms and Paris correspondent of "Women's Wear," was among the survivors of the "Titanic" disaster. This morning the followi...
BERTHE LEROY WEARING CARPATHIA BROOCH   BERTHE LEROY WEARING CARPATHIA BROOCH

Berthe is shown wearing the Carpathia brooch. ...
Mid Cumberland and Westmoreland Herald UNKNOWN TITLE
20th April 1912
Another Cumberland man who appears on the list of the crew is J. Shepherd, the junior assistant second engineer. He cannot be traced at the moment, as the name of the town from which he came is not stated. His age is given as 35....
New York Times MR. GOLDENBERG EXPLAINS IT
25th April 1912
Says His "Titanic Baggage" Was Purchased on Board Carpathia --- Samuel L Goldenberg of the lace importing house of Goldenberg Bros. & Co.,108 Fifth Avenue, who is among the survivors of the Titanic disaster, explained to THE TIMES ye...
  TITANIC RELIEF FUND –CREW “MASTER LIST” CASE NUMBERS
29th April 2006
Lester Mitcham
The assignment of Case Numbers has I understand always proved to be frustratingly difficult owing to the loss of so much of the original documentation including it seems the Master List of Case Numbers.- ...
Chicago Record-Herald NEW NAMES ADDED TO THOSE ON BOARD THE TITANIC— - SOME LIVE.
17th April 1912
SOME NOT INCLUDED IN LISTS ___________ New Names Added to Those on Board The Titanic—S...
Bucks Free Press DAVIES : AN ECHO OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
19th April 1912
Mr Edgar J Davies, of Seer Green, was plaintiff in four actions. It was stated that plaintiff had gone to the United States of America on the Titanic, and had been drowned. Mr J Baily Gibson (Messrs Charsleys and Gibson, of Beaconsfield) appear...
Jersey Journal BAYONNE MAN SAVED, HOBOKEN BOY LOST
18th April 1912
Joy and Sorrow in Hudson County Homes---Son of Victim Temporarily Insane from Grief ---------- With the latest revision of the lists of saved and lost from the Titanic disaster, joy and sorrow were brought to several ho...
New-York Tribune MORGAN COMING ON OLYMPIC
20th July 1912
Gives Boost to Line Whose Titanic Went to the Bottom --- J. P. Morgan, who organized the International Mercantile Marine Company, is giving a moral boost to the White Star Line, whose steamship Titanic went to ...
  MARCONIGRAMS
18th April 1912
Marconigram dated 18th April 1912 to: Mr. J. Rosenshine, 1 W. 92nd Street, New York City. ''Am safe - Pray God George was rescued by another boat with rest of men. Arrive Carpathia. Mabelle Thorne.'' Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Mrs. J. Co...
POSTWAR 4. ELEVATORS.   POSTWAR 4. ELEVATORS.

ELEVATORS: Numerous elevators, conveniently located are at your service throughout every class in the Nieuw Amsterdam, supplementing the numerous broad stairways which link the passenger decks. Tastefully decorated and lighted, they are of t...
Gare Maritime
VESTRIS HEELED OVER : DECK VIEW   VESTRIS HEELED OVER : DECK VIEW
November 1928
Note the crew member hanging on to the bulkhead....
Gare Maritime
Camden Post-Telegram CAMDEN MAN MOURNS BROTHERS ON TITANIC
20th April 1912
Edgar and Fred. Giles Were Bound for This City From England to Make Home With Their Brother William, Who Hourly Expects Word That His Aged Father is Dead --- Bound for this city from England to make their home here with their brother, E...
Denver Post LADY DUFF-GORDON AND HUSBAND AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
New York, April 17--When the first passenger list of the Titanic was published in Monday's papers there was much curiosity over the identity of "Mr. and Mrs. Morgan," who were named as among those on board. The reporters on duty at the offices of the...
Newark Evening News FEAR ANOTHER NEWARKER GONE
17th April 1912
---------- Augustus Smith, Passenger on Titanic, Whose Name Is Not Among Saved. ---------- HAYS ALSO AMONG MISSING ---------- The name of Augustus Smith, twenty-two years old, of 59 Halsey street, was added ...
CARPATHIA CREW MEDAL ON SALE Bonhams CARPATHIA CREW MEDAL ON SALE
21st September 2010
One of the bronze medals presented to the crew of RMS Carpathia, following their heroic rescue of 705 survivors of the stricken Titanic on April 15 1912, is to be sold at Bonhams as part of The Marine Sale on 28 September ...
Trenton Evening Times GIVE UP HOPE FOR ROEBLING AND BLACKWELL
18th April 1912
Failure to receive word from either Washington A. Roebling II or Stephen W. Blackwell, following the arrival of the Carpathia with the Titanic’s survivors in New York tonight seems to confirm what has been generally believed from the first, that the...
The Sun (New York) CUNARD REFUSES REWARD
11th May 1912
But Will Allow Capt. Rostron and Crew to Accept Gifts --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- The Cunard Steamship Company has refused to accept any remuneration for the rescue of passengers ...
FILM OF CARPATHIA RETURNING SURVIVORS TO NEW YORK   FILM OF CARPATHIA RETURNING SURVIVORS TO NEW YORK
18th April 1912
The Carpathia arrived in New York on the evening of 18 April 1912. ...
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Chicago Daily Tribune ANXIETY FOR MISSING ONES
18th April 1912
page. 3 Miss A. E. Isham, Formerly of Chicago, Probably Lost GUGGENHEIM GIVES UP HOPE Senator Convinced His Brother Perished When Titanic Sank Miss Anne Elizabeth Isham, a passenger on t...
TITANIC PASSENGER TICKET REVENUES Titanica! TITANIC PASSENGER TICKET REVENUES
18th November 2002
Captain Charles B. Weeks
On (p. 58) of The Great Liners Melvin Maddocks says with regard to Steerage passengers ”… they represented one third of the revenues of the shipping companies, and accounted for more than half the profits.” John Malcol...
Cleveland Plain Dealer SIXTEEN OHIOANS ARE STILL MISSING
18th April 1912
Page 1 Reports Fails to Account for All of State's Representatives on Titanic Relatives of Passengers Watch for Word of Loved Ones "Missing" still stands against the names of sixteen of the forty-four Ti...
Denver Post ARCHIBALD C. BUTT WAS TO HAVE BEEN MARRIED THIS FALL
18th April 1912
Was Engaged to Youngest Daughter of Col. John R. Williams San Antonio, Tex., April 18:- Major Archibald C. Butt, military aide to President Taft, soon was to wed Miss Williams of Washington, sister-in-law of Joseph Leiter of Chicag...
Chicago Daily News ASKED TO MEET TWO WOMEN
17th April 1912
Green Bay, Wisconsin., April 17--A wireless message from the steamer Carpathia, received here this afternoon by V. I. Minahan, requests that he meet Mrs. W. E. Minahan and Miss Daisy Minahan at New York city on the arrival of the steamer. ...
MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH Washington Herald MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH
21st April 1912
MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH Daughter of Henry Siegel, the millionaire merchant. She was brought in on the Carpathia with the rest of the survivors. In relating her exxperiences she said: "There were many lifeboats preparing to be launched w...
Elizabeth Daily Journal LEARNS SISTER WAS LOST ON FATED TITANIC
19th April 1912
[The beginning of this article appears under Julia Barry's ET entry.] Overcome with grief at the loss of his wife and two children, who were on their way from England to join him in this country, Benjamin Peacock left his boarding plac...
Newark Star THREE OF TEN JERSEY PASSENGERS ARE SAFE
17th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel and Henry Blank Reported Among Those Rescued from the Titanic Wreck --- Up to a late hour last night only three of the ten New Jersey passengers on the Titanic were definitely known to be among the survi...
Western Times DEVON LADY TELLS HER STORY OF “TITANIC” DISASTER
13th May 1912
EXCITING TIME Miss Susie Webber, second cabin passenger, who was rescued from the “Titanic” send us the following account of her experiences:       ...
Washington Times NOTHING YET HEARD FROM MRS. CANDEE
18th April 1912
Daughter Willl Meet Her On Her Arrival On the Carpathia --- Friends of Mrs. Helen C. Candee, who lived at 1718 Rhode Island avenue until her departure for Europe, nearly a year ago, and who is reported saved from the Titanic, had heard ...
Atlanta Constitution MRS. MAY FUTRELLE'S ACCOUNT
26th April 1912
It came my turn to get into a boat, it was the last, or next to the last lifeboat launched. Mr. Ismay was not in it, nor anywhere around....
Chicago Evening Post ANOTHER CHICAGOAN HIT IN TITANIC WRECK
20th April 1912
Mrs. Oren E. Taft, Who's in Europe, Loses Her Father, A. A. Stewart, New York...
St. Paul Daily News TITANIC VICTIMS DIED OF HUNGER
17th May 1912
- Tooth marks on cork and collapsible lifeboat tell grim tale - Liner found three - New York, May 16.- Bits of cork in their mouths and tooth marks on the cork and wood portions of the boat indicated that starvation killed the three T...
Brockton Daily Enterprise BROCKTON AND STOUGHTON MEN ABOARD TITANIC
15th April 1912
Among the passengers of the Titanic are Frank D. Millet, the distinguished artist, once of East Bridgewater, and a brother of Dr. Charles S. Millett of Brockton; George Q. Clifford, of the Belcher Last Co. of Stoughton and widely known among the shoe...
Evening World TWO SURVIVORS CALL ON MAYOR TO ASK RELIEF
22nd April 1912
Steerage Passenger and Sailor Referred to Red Cross Managers of Fund Two survivors of the Titanic called on Mayor Gaynor to-day. One is a sailor who was assigned to help man a lifeboat, the other a steerage passenger who, wearing a li...
MOLLY BROWN AND CAPTAIN ROSTRON   MOLLY BROWN AND CAPTAIN ROSTRON
1912
Margaret 'Molly' Brown presenting a loving cup to Captain Arthur Rostron...
New York Times MME. AUBART RETURNS TO FRANCE
3rd May 1912
{Note: This is an excerpt from a longer article, headlined "SEES SOCIAL CHANGES," reporting on an interview with another Adriatic passenger, unrelated to Titanic or Mme. Aubart.} Mrs. N. Aubart, a young Frenchwoman who was a survivor o...
Virginia Pilot MRS. CELINEY DECKER, 69, SURVIVOR OF LINER 'TITANIC'
11th March 1966
NORFOLK--Mrs. Celiney Alexander Decker, 69, of 1158 Larchmont Crescent, who as a 15-year-old immigrant bride from Lebanon survived the sinking of the passenger liner Titanic in 1912, died Thursday at 5:30 P.M. in a hospital. Only one other ...
New York Times ACCUSE WIRELESS OPERATOR
21st April 1912
PHILADELPHIA, April 20---Charges were made to-day by the chief electrician of the United States scout cruiser Chester, which was sent to the aid of the Carpathia, having on board the survivors of the Titanic, that the wireless operators on board the ...
Washington Times W. B. SILVEY'S DAUGHTER TRIES TO ENCOURAGE HER GRIEVING GRANDMOTHER
17th April 1912
"Daddy may be safe aboard some ship." This little ray of hope, coming in a letter from Miss Melville Silvey, the seventeen-year-old daughter of William B. Silvey, who is believed lost in the Titanic disaster, was extended today to Mrs. William Beard...
ON BOARD RMS TITANIC : MEMORIES OF THE MAIDEN VOYAGE Titanic Review ON BOARD RMS TITANIC : MEMORIES OF THE MAIDEN VOYAGE
12th February 2012
Peter Engberg
Peter Engberg reviews George Behe's compilation of letters written aboard RMS Titanic...
THE WILLIAM PERINES CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY Berkshire County Eagle THE WILLIAM PERINES CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY
29th January 1947
newspaper photo...
  THE CARPATHIA RETURNS TO NEW YORK, 18TH APRIL 1912

The Carpathia Returns to New York, 18th April 1912...
  THE CARPATHIA RETURNS TO NEW YORK, 18TH APRIL 1912

The Carpathia Returns to New York, 18th April 1912...
  THE CARPATHIA RETURNS TO NEW YORK, 18TH APRIL 1912

The Carpathia Returns to New York, 18th April 1912...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times MR. AND MRS. HARVEY COLLYER
20th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Collyer and their little daughter. Mother and daughter saved; Mr. Collyer missing. Mr. Collyer's parents live in Leatherhead, Surrey. Leatherhead passengers One taken and two left. Among the passengers were Mr. ...
New York Times 12 DEAD IN CEDAR RAPIDS
24th May 1919
Wrecking crews today and tonight searched the debris for the bodies of twenty more employees believed buried...
New York Times AUDIENCE CHEERS ROSTRON
31st May 1912
Carpathia's Captain and His Officers Get an Ovation at the Winter Garden --- New Yorkers had an opportunity last night to show the esteem in which Capt. Rostron and the other members of the ship's company of the Carpathia have been held...
Western Morning News FROM WESTCOUNTRY - FURTHER PERSONAL DETAILS
18th April 1912
It was reported yesterday at Okehampton that amongst the missing passengers in the third class list of the Titanic was John Lovell, son of John Lovell (farmer) of Northlew....
Waterford News ASPERSION CAST ON FRANK DWAN
19th April 1912
Linked to thefts at Bonmahon Mines...
New York Times MARGARET MOORE, 83, SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
27th April 1976
Margaret Graham Moore of Greenwich, Conn., a passenger on the Titanic when the ship sank on her maiden voyage in April 1912, died in Greenwich Hospital yesterday. She was 83 years old. The 882-foot luxury liner, crowded with celebriti...
  CHICAGO TITANIC BULLETINS

BULLETINS Montreal, April 15—The local office of Horton Davidson, one of the Titanic passengers, has received the following wireless message: “All passengers are safe and Titanic taken in tow by ...
New-York Tribune TITANIC PASSENGER SUES
3rd August 1912
Wants $25,000 for Lost Jewels---Mrs. Astor Saved Him --- [By Telegraph to The Tribune] --- Philadelphia, Aug. 2--- Hadne Mamee, a cabin passenger saved from the Titanic, to-day sued the White Star Line fo...
THE STATISTICS OF THE DISASTER Titanica! THE STATISTICS OF THE DISASTER
14th February 2001
Lester Mitcham
An in-depth analysis of the number of Titanic passengers lost and saved....
  MR WILLIAM ANGLE & MRS FLORENCE AGNES ANGLE NEE HUGHES

Marion James
Mr William ANGLE & Mrs Florence Agnes ANGLE nee HUGHES Researching Mr William ANGLE I have been able to trace the following information. William Angl...
Unidentified Newspaper UNTITLED
23rd April 1912
On Sabbath last the preacher in the Baptist Church - The Rev. D. Merrick Walker paid a high tribute to the Rev. John Harper, whose name appears among the list of missing passengers of the Titanic. A man of deep spiritual insight, and whose sole aim w...
Worcester Telegram WALTER PORTER AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC
16th April 1912
Miss. Carrie Endres Sister of Worcester Man Also on Board Lost Liner When The Telegram informed Mrs. Albert J. Gifford, 9 King street last night that the 318(?) saloon passengers on the wrecked Titanic had been reported saved and would...
THE TITANIC & THE BATTLE FOR THE HIGH SEAS: CUNARD V. WHITE STAR LINE Titanic Stories THE TITANIC & THE BATTLE FOR THE HIGH SEAS: CUNARD V. WHITE STAR LINE
16th May 2011
White Star Line and Cunard compete for passenger trade across the Atlantic....
  CARPATHIA LEAVES SITE FOR NEW YORK
15th April 1912
  TITANIC VICTIMS BURIED AT MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY

The Titanic plot at the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia was intended for Catholic victims of the Titanic. Row 1 ...
The Scotsman STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER
17th April 1912
In the House of Commons yesterday Lord Charles Beresford (U, Portsmouth) asked the President of the Board of Trade whether there was any later news as to the Titanic. The Prime Minister, who replied, said the news received by th...
Worcester Telegram STEAD AND ASTOR CLING TO RAFT
20th April 1912
New York, April 19- One version of the deaths of John Jacob Astor and William T. Stead was told by Philip Mock, who, with his sister, Mrs.Paul Schabert, were among the survivors. "Many men were hanging on to rafts in the sea," said Mr....
New York Times J. P. MORGAN SAILS; IS GOING TO EGYPT
31st December 1911
No Worry in Washington, Where He Is to Testify Some Time About Steel and Money --- NOT ON PASSENGER LIST --- Lords Deceis [sic; should be "Decies"] and Camoys, with Their American Brides, Also on th...
The Times ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
HOW THE PASSENGERS WERE RECEIVED A passenger on board the Carpathia made the following statement:- I was awakened at 12.30 in the morning by a commotion on the decks which seemed unus...
Washington Times SENATOR GUGGENHEIM GOES TO NEW YORK TO MEET CARPATHIA
17th April 1912
Senator Simon Guggenheim of Colorado, all but despairing of getting any news from his brother Benjamin, who is believed lost with the Titanic, departed for New York this morning to await the arrival of the Carpathia. He has only the faintest hope tha...
  WHEN YOU SEE 'TITANIC' ... REMEMBER ANNIE FUNK

Short biography with bibliography...
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  CARPATHIA ARRIVES IN NEW YORK WITH TITANIC SURVIVORS
18th April 1912
Le Journal MRS MARVIN
20th April 1912
When the Carpathia docked, Mrs. Marvin, who was on her honeymoon trip, fainted when she learnt that there was no hope for her husband to be alive. When she was placed into a lifeboat, her husband simply told her: "Everything is going to be fine, youn...
The San Francisco Call WALTER M. CLARK A PASSENGER
16th April 1912
Walter M. Clark of Los Angeles, son of J. Ross Clark, the railroad official of that city and a well known figure in San Francisco as well as in the southern metropolis, was a passenger on the Titanic and supposedly is among those lost. ...
HE ADVERTISES FOR MISSING RELATIVE New York Herald HE ADVERTISES FOR MISSING RELATIVE
20th April 1912
Circular Addressed to Survivors Asks News of Charles H. Chapman, of This City Efforts to obtain information of a passenger still reported on the lists as missing after the wreck of the Titanic were reflected yesterday in a circular advertising ...
Elizabeth Daily Journal AWAIT COMING OF CARPATHIA WITH RESCUED
18th April 1912
Relatives of Titanic Passengers Here Grief-Stricken Because of Suspense. ---------- SISTER OF ENGINEER SUFFERS NERVOUS SHOCK ---------- Almost crazed by grief and anxiety over the fate of relatives who are known to have be...
  EXTRACT FROM LETTER FROM GEORGE BEHE
20th May 1989
''A few years ago I found an interesting titbit which, I believe, clears up any mystery surrounding how he was saved. His photograph appears in the May 4, 1912 issue of the Illustrated London News along with other crewmen who had returned to England....