NEWSPAPER

22 items found relating to : Newspaper

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TITANIC NEWSPAPER RECOVERED FROM SEABED   TITANIC NEWSPAPER RECOVERED FROM SEABED
1987
Fragments of a newspaper recovered from the debris field surrounding the Titanic wreck....
Washington Herald NEWSPAPER MEN ALL MOURN MAJ. “ARCHIE” BUTT
19th April 1912
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 ...
CHARLOTTE CARDEZA NEWSPAPER PICTURE   CHARLOTTE CARDEZA NEWSPAPER PICTURE

Picture of Mrs. Cardeza...
Waterford News ASPERSION CAST ON FRANK DWAN
19th April 1912
Linked to thefts at Bonmahon Mines...
  THEODOOR DE MULDER DEATH NOTICE
April 1954
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 Mu...
TITANIC ADVERTISEMENT   TITANIC ADVERTISEMENT

A newspaper advertisement for the return leg of Titanic's maiden voyage, leaving New York City on 20 April 1912....
ROGER BRICOUX   ROGER BRICOUX

Roger Bricoux, later a cellist on the Titanic, reading the newspaper L'Eclaireur de Nice....
Chicago Daily Tribune FAMILY OF EIGHT MISSING
17th April 1912
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...
New York Times MISS GUGGENHEIM, DIVORCEE, TO WED
12th December 1922
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 ...
Washington Times WILLIAM T. STEAD KNOWN AS FAMOUS NEWSPAPER MAN
16th April 1912
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...
CAPTAIN SMITH ON THE BRIDGE OF THE TITANIC   CAPTAIN SMITH ON THE BRIDGE OF THE TITANIC
April 1912
Captain Smith photographed by a newspaper photographer on the bridge of the Titanic. Southampton, April 1912. A Engine Telegraph is visible in the background....
CHEQUEBOOK JOURNALISM   CHEQUEBOOK JOURNALISM
17th April 1912
A Marconigram sent to the Wireless Operator of the Olympic by a New York newspaper....
LUCY VIOLET SNAPE (FORMERLY LENNARD)   LUCY VIOLET SNAPE (FORMERLY LENNARD)

Photographic portrait of Titanic stewardess Lucy Violet Snape...
New York Times SILENT TOAST TO MAJOR BUTT.
24th April 1912
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...
International News Service ENGAGED TO WED MARRIED MAN: DOROTHY GIBSON
25th May 1913
newspaper short item...
HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE. ET Comment HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE.
6th November 2006
Senan Molony
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...
BERTHE LEROY IN 1956   BERTHE LEROY IN 1956
1956
From 'Santa Barbara News Press'...
Newark Evening News F. K. SEWARD SAVED
17th April 1912
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...
Cook County Herald HEARS OF DISASTER; DIES
26th April 1912
Shortly after a newspaper account of the Titanic disaster was read to him, Andrew Nolting, a farmer near here, committed suicide by drinking poison. ...
  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
19th April 1912
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 ...
New York Times TAFT AT PRESS CLUB DINNER
11th August 1911
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...