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POSTWAR 13. THEATRE. CABIN CLASS.   POSTWAR 13. THEATRE. CABIN CLASS.

THEATER: If you book Cabin or Tourist class on the Nieuw Amsterdam, you’ll enjoy many a first-run film in this comfortable , air conditioned motion picture theater on the Promenade Deck. Installed since the war, this theater seats 166 p...
Gare Maritime
  OREGON'S ONLY FIRST CLASS PASSENGERS: THE WARRENS

John Lamoreau
Frank and Anna Warren were the only first class passengers on the Titanic from the state of Oregon. They were returning from Europe after a three month celebration of their 40th wedding anniversary. Frank Warren may wel...
Washington Herald LICENSE ISSUED TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
English Girl Does Not Let Catastrophe Interfere with Her Original Plan --- New York, April 20---Saved from a watery grave when the Titanic was sent to the bottom by a monstrous iceberg, Miss Marion Wright, of Yeovil, Somerset County, En...
Hamilton Spectator HIS THOUGHTFULNESS SAVED GIRL'S LIFE
June 1912
Dr . Pain's Last Act Made Possible The Romance Of Titanic. In the midst of all the bitter disappointment and sorrow which have come into the lives of Mr and Mrs Albert Pain, of this city, through the loss of thei...
  CHARLES JOHN JOUGHIN, TITANIC'S CHIEF BAKER

Charles John Joughin, Titanic's chief baker was born in Patten Street, West Float, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England, on August 3, 1878, went to sea at age 11, later becoming chief baker on various White Star Line steamships. After s...
Paterson Evening News CHARLES JOUGHIN RITES TOMORROW; TITANIC SURVIVOR
10th December 1956
A service for Charles Joughin, 78, of 574 E. 23rd St., who survived the sinking of the trans-Atlantic liner, Titanic, will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the R. Charles D. Legg and Sons Home for Funerals, 384 Broadway. The Rev. Wi...
New York Times ORIGIN OF NAMES OF HOTELS HERE
9th March 1930
Named for Interested Families or After Well-Known European Hostelries --- ST. REGIS CALLED FOR LAKE --- Suggested to the Late John Jacob Astor by Mrs. Theodore Douglas Robinson --- So numerous are the hotels of New Yo...
Portland Oregonian MRS. FRANK WARREN DESCRIBES THE TRAGEDY TO THE OREGONIAN
27th April 1912
John Lamoreau
Frank and Anna Warren were the only first class couple from Oregon on the Titanic. Mrs. Warren, who was 60 years of age at the time of the sinking, reported in great detail the horrific events of the tragedy. Her account was published in Orego...
  WILLIAM MCMASTER MURDOCH

Mark Garfien
William McMaster Murdoch was born 28th February 1873 in Dalbeattie, Scotland. He was the fourth of seven children of Captain Samuel Murdoch and his wife Jeanie. The Murdochs had been a ...
  ANTTI WILHELM SIVOLA
10th July 2012
Alan Virta
A local newspaper in Idaho reveals why Antti Wilhelm Sivola was coming to America aboard the Titanic....
TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS   TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS

Authored by Michael B. Wehrli, Michael B. Wehrli Based on the Senate Hearing transcrip...
Weekly Advocate NEWARK WOMAN PASSED OVER TITANIC COURSE THROUGH WRECKAGE
2nd May 1912
Mrs Henry Buell and daughter, Miss Margaret Buell reached Newark Friday evening after spending a year in Germany and brought back with her the first lucid details following the sinking of the Titanic and scenes prevailing after the disaster. ...
New York Times GUGGENHEIM ESTATE VALUED AT $3,551,994
18th January 1916
Victim of Titanic Disaster Left Widow $785,199---Daughters Get About $500,000 Each --- MANY CHARITABLE BEQUESTS --- Sisters Receive Incomes from Trust Funds of $75,000 and Sisters-in-Law from $25,000 --- Benj...
THE HERMAN FAMILY Voyage THE HERMAN FAMILY
25th August 2005
Michael A. Findlay
In recent years much has been written about those who sailed aboard the RMS Titanic. Stories of heroism, selflessness and cowardice on that fateful night have emerged through the lives of those who were witnesses to the Ti...
Hanford Sentinel RELIVING A TRAGIC NIGHT ON THE SEA

Doris Robertson Polley
Searching for one's roots has become a national pastime. What use to take years to research has become much simpler with the use of computers. Genealogy is no longer the sole intellectual occupation of a few scholars. Anybody can tract the history...
  DR ALFRED PAIN - IN MEMORIAM

IN AFFECTION AND REMEMBRANCE OF A KIND AND A DUTIFUL SON AND NOBLE YOUNG MAN AND IN APPRECIATIVE RECOGNITION OF THE SYMPATHY OF MANY TRUE FRIENDS, THIS LITTLE BOOK IS LOVELY DEDICATED. Alfred Pain was born at Ham...
GERBAULT AND THE FIRECREST Gare Maritime GERBAULT AND THE FIRECREST
15th February 2006
Classic account of a real life ocean adventure...
Gare Maritime
WILLIAM J. MELLORS Voyage WILLIAM J. MELLORS
26th March 2008
Robert L. Bracken
A survivor emerges from the mists of time....