154 items found relating to : Clothes
|Daily Mirror||AUBART ACCOUNT
13th May 1912
May 13, 1912 : I had in my cabin jewels worth 4,000 (GPB) as well as many trunks of dresses and hats. One does not come from Paris and buy one's clothes in America. That is understood, is it not? Nothing could I take with me; not...
|LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - RICHMOND COUNTY CLUB
22nd April 1912
New York Monday 22/4/12 c/o Mr. Hale Richmond County Club Dongan Hills Staten Island N.Y. Dear Mother, Just a line to let you know I am getting along much better. ...
|The Witney Gazette||GAMBLERS ON TITANIC ESCAPE BY DRESSING AS WOMEN
11th May 1912
An extraordinary story is reported in New York of the escape from the sinking Titanic of two well-known gamblers who, for some years, have frequented the Atlantic liners, and against whose card-sharking tricks notices have been posted on ...
|Evening Telegram||WILLIAM CARTER'S ACCOUNT
22nd April 1912
William E. Carter, when Mr. Ismay's statement was shown to him, corroborated the White Star line official. Mr. Carter said: – "The statements which have been made by many persons regarding Mr. Ismay's conduct are a...
29th April 1935
Died. Lady Duff Gordon (Lucy Sutherland), 71, famed dress designer, long-time president of Lucile, Ltd (now defunct), Titanic survivor, sister of novelist Elinor Glyn; after six months' illness; in London. She was credited with the first split skirt,...
|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...
|Jersey Journal||MRS. BRIDGET LYNCH; SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
4th November 1959
Was Young Girl on Way to U. S. --- Arrangements were completed today for the funeral of Mrs. Bridget Lynch of Jersey City who, as a girl of 18, survived the iceberg crash of the Cunard White Star liner Titanic in 1912. Mr...
|LETTER FROM WILLIAM BYLES TO HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW
21st April 1912
Bernards' Inn Bernardsville, N.J. April 21, 1912 My dear Mamma, Here we are at Bernardsville...went to St. Vincent's Hospital, when we met first some young boys and afterwards some girls who had been on the...
|Atlantic Daily Bulletin||JACK BUTTERWORTH
Brian J. Ticehurst
Butterworth, Jack. Lived at 270 Priory Road, St Denys, Southampton. Was 23 years old. Occupation on board the Titanic - Saloon Steward. (Born in Manchester). (From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913). Number 326. Butterwort...
|Salt Lake Tribune||SUNDMAN'S ACCOUNT
28th April 1912
Account of the Titanic sinking by Johan Sundman...
|GEORGE RHEIMS CLAIM
|The Times||MR. A. H. BARKWORTH
20th April 1912
Mr. A. H. Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, said he was sitting in the smoking-room when the boat struck the iceberg. He saw Mr. W. T. Stead on deck. He described how the forecastle was full of powdered ice. He noted the foremast was listin...
|Brighton Argus||MR. A. H. BARKWORTH
19th April 1912
Mr. A. H. Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, said he was sitting in the smoking room when the boat struck the iceberg. He saw Mr. W. T. Stead on the deck. he described how the forecastle was full of powdered ice. He noted that the foremast w...
|New York Times||JURY FREES MISS EDITH ROSENBAUM
29th March 1918
Miss Edith Rosenbaum, a fashion writer, was acquitted yesterday by a jury in Judge Mayer's Part of the Federal District Court of a charge of having failed to declare a number of evening gowns, which she brought here from France last June. The in...
|LOLA STERN : WILLIAM GREENFIELDS MOTHER IN LAW
Lola Stern was born in Belgium c. 1878 to the largest diamond distributors in the world at the time. She married William Greenfields father-inlaw after his wife died - shortly after the ...
|Chicago Daily Journal||SUFFERED IN TITANIC HORROR, IS PAID $25
24th April 1912
Girl Says She Signed Waiver of Further Damages While Semiconscious Twenty-five dollars is the estimate put on the damages suffered by one survivor of the Titanic...
|The Evening Standard, Ogden City, Utah,||INDIFFERENT TO FATE SINCE FATHER'S DEATH
28th August 1912
Salt Lake, Aug. 27--- "I don't care what you do with me, for my life is worth nothing to me since my father, Captain Smith, went down in the Titanic," declared John Smith, 19, years of age, at the police station la...
|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....
|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 Sun||THOMAS CARDEZA'S ACCOUNT
27th April 1912
Thomas D. M. Cardeza of Philadelphia told last night at the Ritz-Carlton how he and his mother, Mrs. J. W. M. Cardeza, together with the latter's maid and Mr. Cardeza's valet, got away from the Titanic.... "I had gone to bed but ha...
|Gettysburg Complier||RESCUE OF MRS BECKER
15th May 1912
Dr L. B. Wolf Secretary of Foreign Missionary Board of The General Synod Lutheran Church, tells that he met Mrs Becker, a Lutheran missionary from India, returning on the ill-fated Titanic, at New York when the Carpathia docked with the Titani...
|New York Times||DRESSMAKERS' QUICK FLIGHT
17th February 1912
Patrons, Too, Leave Without Ceremony When Fire Threatens --- A small but spectacular fire at 19 and 21 West Thirty-sixth Street shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon caused considerable excitement on Fifth Avenue among...
|Folkestone Herald||ELIZABETH NYE : FOLKESTONE PASSENGER'S GRAPHIC ACCOUNT
4th May 1912
Mrs. Nye's account of the catastrophe Captain Smith and the little girl His last words: 'I must go with the ship'. Mrs. Elizabeth Nye, daughter of Mr. Thomas I. Ramell, coach builder, Dover Road, Folkesto...