501 items found relating to : Washington Post
|TITANIC NEWS VENDORS IN WASHINGTON D.C.
Washington news vendors at the time of the Titanic disaster. Headline to The Washington Post: Mission of two United States cruisers fails; ...
|New York Times||GAVE LIVES FOR THE MAILS
21st April 1912
Postal Clerks Worked in Two Feet of Water---Hitchcock Aids Kinsmen --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 20---Postmaster General Hitchcock to-day addressed a communication to Chairman John A. Moon of the ...
|SPECIAL DAY FOR OSCAR SCOTT WOODY
It seems that the heroism of one of Titanic's postal clerks has been a source of inspiration for the governing officials of North Carolina. Oscar Scott Woody was a native of Roxboro, North Carolina. He had been a postal clerk on trains betwee...
|New York Times||KEMPNER-GUGGENHEIM
21st June 1921
Sigmund M. Kempner, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kempner of 305 West End Avenue, and Miss Barbara H. Guggenheim, a daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, were married yesterday afternoon in the Ritz-Carlton ballroom and the receptio...
|New York Times||MISS GUGGENHEIM TO WED JUNE 20
3rd June 1921
Miss Barbara Hazel Guggenheim, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, and Sigmund Marshall Kempner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph W. Kempner of 305 West End Avenue, whose engagement was announced in April, will be married on June 20....
|Berkshire Chronicle||DETAINED AT WASHINGTON
29th April 1912
Detained at Washington. Among those who were expected to have arrived home on the Lapland was Mr, Frederick Dent Ray, of 'Akbar' 56 palmer Park Avenue, Reading. Mr Ray, who was a steward on the Titanic, cabled home to his relatives informing them...
|Newark Evening News||FAMILY OF J. S. MARCH MAY RECEIVE $10,000
22nd April 1912
WASHINGTON, April 22---Resolutions authorizing $10,000 appropriations for the families of each of the three postal clerks who lost their lives on the Titanic were introduced in the House today by Representative Reilly, of Conne...
|MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II
|Godalming and District News||POST OFFICE MEMORIAL
4th May 1912
At the Godalming Post Office, where Phillips was employed as a telegraphist for three years before leaving to enter the Marconi School at Liverpool, the Postmaster (Mr. W. R. Williams), and his staff have provided a suitable memorial to their ...
|Washington Times||TITANIC SURVIVOR IS EXPECTED HERE
22nd April 1912
Wife of Former Washington Man Will Visit Relatives In Washington --- Mrs. William Beard Silvey, of Duluth, Minn., one of the survivors of the Titanic, comes to Washington tomorrow night and will, for several days, be the guest of her mo...
|New York Times||WASHINGTON DODGE, ADVISER ON INVESTMENTS, DIES AT 67
5th December 1974
Page 50, column 4 Washington Dodge, an investment adviser who survived the Titanic sinking in 1912, died here Tuesday of a heart attack. His age was 67. He was 5 years old and returning from Europe with his parents...
|Washington Times||SOCIETY IS SHOCKED AT NEWS OF DEATH
19th April 1912
Washington society was shocked when news that the name of James C. Smith, of Chicago, was not included in the list of those saved from death when the Titanic sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Mr. Smith was well known in Washington, where...
|New York Times||MRS. GAGE REMAINS IN ASYLUM
13th March 1912
WASHINGTON, March 12---Mrs. Mary E. Gage, who was committed to the Government Hospital for the Insane yesterday for threatening Charles J. Bell, a Washington banker, still is a patient in that institution. Habeas corpus proceedings for her release we...
|San Francisco Chronicle||DR. WASHINGTON DODGE
15th April 1912
|New York Times||PAINTING FOR BUTT FUND
15th December 1912
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14---Col. Spencer Cosby, chief aid to President Taft, received to-day a painting depicting the sinking of the Titanic and the rescue of some of her passengers. Gilbert Gaul, a New York artist, offered it as a contribut...
|Brooklyn Daily Times||W L GWYN, FORMER BROOKLYN MAIL CLERK, MAY HAVE BEEN LOST
17th April 1912
Postmaster Edward M. Morgan said yesterday that the Titanic was carrying 3,423 sacks of mail and added: "There are generally about four bags of prints---a postal term applied to all other pieces than letters---to one of letters. A bag ...
1st July 1919
In this city, June 30, 1919, Dr. Washington Dodge, beloved husband of Ruth Dodge, father of Henry W., Washington, Jr. and Vida Dodge, a native of California, aged 60 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral service at 10 o'clock Thursday morn...
|TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC
|TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC - DETAIL
|New York Times||BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
31st May 1912
President Taft and Washington Friends Raise Funds for a Tablet --- WASHINGTON, May 30---President Taft, members of the Diplomatic Corps in Washington, and many high Government officials have contributed to a fund of several thousand dol...
|San Francisco Bulletin||WASHINGTON DODGE MAY RECOVER, HIS PHYSICIAN THINKS
27th June 1919
Page 10, column 3 Dr. Washington Dodge may have a chance for recovery because of the fight he is making at the St. Francis Hospital. Daily Dr. Dodge's condition is reported as "just the same, no change whatever," and the fact that the...
|DESIGN FOR AMERICAN TITANIC MEMORIAL
Rejected submission by Dana Gibson...
|San Francisco Chronicle||WASHINGTON DODGE
18th April 1912
|New York Times||FOR BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
9th June 1912
Senate Proposal Thus to Honor TItanic Victims Goes Over --- WASHINGTON, June 8---An effort was made in the Senate to-day to have adopted a resolution granting authority to erect on public land in Washington a joint memorial to the mem...
|New York Times||HORSEWOMEN IN PARADE
11th April 1913
Mrs. Burleson, Wife of Army Officer In Command of Suffrage Pageant --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, Jan. 10---A cavalcade of horsewomen is to lead the woman's suffrage parade, or p...