ST VINCENT S HOSPITAL

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New York Times DR. O'LOUGHLIN MEMORIAL
6th February 1914
New Hospital Emergency Ward to Bear Name of Titanic's Surgeon --- An emergency ward in St. Vincent's Hospital containing seventeen beds, with a treatment room adjoining, will be dedicated on Feb. 16 to the memory of Dr. W. F. ...
The Daily Banner CUPID WINS OUT
23rd April 1912
English Girl, Saved From Titanic, Weds In Hospital....
New York Times HONOR TITANIC'S SURGEON
17th February 1914
A new emergency ward in St. Vincent's Hospital, equipped and furnished throughout as a memorial to Dr. Francis Norman O'Loughlin, the senior ship surgeon of the White Star Line, who perished in the disaster to the Titanic, was dedicated yesterday to ...
MADELEINE ASTOR WITH STEPSON VINCENT   MADELEINE ASTOR WITH STEPSON VINCENT
1915
Vincent Astor (left) with his stepmother Madeleine, photographed at a circa 1915 public event (believed to be the opening of the Astor Cup Race)....
  ABOUT MARY MCGOVERN AS TOLD BY A RELATIVE

Date of Birth:  April 1890 Place of Birth  Clarbally, Corlough Co. Cavan, Ireland Mary was making the trip to New York alone, traveling by train from Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim to Queenstown to board the Titanic. Her ticket cost 7 ...
Worcester Evening Gazette MRS ASPLUND AND CHILDREN SAFE IN HOSPITAL AT N.Y.
19th April 1912
Article of Interest...
Hudson Observer GUTTENBERG WOMAN'S SISTER IN HOSPITAL
20th April 1912
Miss Kate McCarthy, one of the survivors of the Titanic and sister of Mrs. John Woolnough, of 107 Twenty-fifth street, Guttenberg, is a patient in St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, where she was taken upon her arrival on the rescue ship Carpathia. M...
Chicago Inter Ocean OUT TO BEAT RECORD
23rd April 1912
Titanic was out to beat all records on maiden trips....
Jersey Journal TITANIC SURVIVOR IS HOME
22nd April 1912
Practically recovered from exposure and bruises which he received when the Titanic sunk [sic], Thomas McCormack, 19 years old, of 36 West Twentieth Street, returned to his home Saturday. Since the arrival of the Carpathia he h...
The Sun (New York) MRS. AVA W. ASTOR SAILS
19th May 1912
Leaves for London, but is to Return Here Before Long --- Mrs. Ava Willing Astor, former wife of Col. John Jacob Astor, who was lost in the foundering of the Titanic, sailed yesterday for England by the White Star line...
THOMAS WHITELEY CONVALESCING IN NEW YORK   THOMAS WHITELEY CONVALESCING IN NEW YORK
April 1912
Thomas Whiteley at St Vincent's Hospital in New York...
Chicago Examiner MISS ANNIE KELLY IN HOSPITAL
20th April 1912
Misses Margaret and Beatrice Kelly of 303 Eugenie street were overjoyed last night when they learned that their seventeen-year-old sister, Annie Kelly, who was a Titanic voyager, was one of the survivors picked up by the Carpathi...
New York Times NEWS ARTICLE AND MEMORIAL NOTICE
12th May 1912
Thomas H. Kelly, Treasurer of the fund for establishing a memorial of Dr. William O'Loughlin, who perished in the Titanic, announces that he has already received contributions amounting to $1,512 made up of two contributions of $500 each, one of $150...
THOMAS WHITELEY, JOHN THOMPSON AND OTHER SURVIVORS IN NEW YORK   THOMAS WHITELEY, JOHN THOMPSON AND OTHER SURVIVORS IN NEW YORK
April 1912
John William Thompson, Thomas Whiteley, William McIntyre, Emilio Pallas y Castillo are shown in New York after the sinking.  Whiteley was being treated at St. Vincent's Hospital...
New York Times MRS. DICK MARRIED TO FIERMONTE, BOXER, IN CIVIL CEREMONY IN HOSPITAL ROOM HERE
28th November 1933
Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick and Enzo Fiermonte, Italian middleweight pugilist, were married at 5:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Mrs. Dick's room at the Doctors Hospital, East End Avenue and Eighty-seventh Street. Mrs. Dick is 40 years old; Mr. ...
  LETTER FROM CATERINA GILARDINO, NIECE OF VINCENZO GILARDINO

I do not know the year Vincenzo Gilardino came to England but it must have been in the last years of the 1800s because in 1901 my father (Paulo) Gustavo, Vincenzo's brother, was sent to England by their father to try + persuade Vincenzo to return to ...
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...
Chicago Inter Ocean TITANIC MEN FORCE GIRL TO SIGN PAPER
25th April 1912
Rescued Chicagoan Declares When She Was Dazed in New YorkHospital, Line’s Agents Made Her Attest Exonerating Document That agents for the White Star line forced her to sign an exonerating statement ...
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. ...
Boston Daily Globe WHITELEY FINDS UNCLE
22nd April 1912
INTERVIEW WITH TITANIC SURVIVOR BRINGS TELEGRAM FROM NAMESAKE IN PROVIDENCE NEW YORK,April 21 - Through the publication of an interview with him to a Providence, R.I. paper, Thomas Whiteley, ...
  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...
Worcester Telegram FOUR OF THE ASPLUNDS ARE TITANIC VICTIMS
20th April 1912
Searching dilligently in New York Thursday night and all day yesterday at the pier where the rescued passengers of the ill-fated Titanic were delivered Thursday night by the Cunard liner, Carpathia, John Carlson, 193 Vernon Street, a brother-in-law o...
Worcester Telegram MRS. SELMA ASPLUND [OBITUARY]
17th April 1964
Mrs. Selma A. (Johnson) Asplund, 90, of 39 Fairlawn Circle, Shrewsbury, died Wednesday night in St. Vincent Hospital, a few hours after being admitted. Born in Smaland, Sweden, she moved to Kansas City, Mo., 71 years ago, and to Worcester a ye...
Worcester Telegram MRS ABBOTT IS STILL IN HOSPITAL
20th April 1912
New York, April 19.- Mrs. Rose Abbott, of Providence, R.I., who was among the survivors is now in the New York hospital suffering with contusions of the legs. She will be able to leave the institution in a couple of days....
Galesburg Republican Register UNKNOWN TITLE
22nd April 1912
Frank Karun, a member of the Austrian immigrant colony in this city, will have some stirring things to tell when he returns to the city of the loss of the big steamship Titanic and his rescue later by the Carpathia . Just at present Mr. Karun is at t...
New York Times ASTOR INFANT CHRISTENED
15th January 1936
Virginia French and Vincent Astor Are William's Godparents --- The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob Astor was christened yesterday afternoon at a ceremony in the presence of a few relatives and friends in the Astor residence, 7 Eas...
BRITANNIC POSTCARD (AS HOSPITAL SHIP)   BRITANNIC POSTCARD (AS HOSPITAL SHIP)

ASTOR'S FIRST WIFE TO ATTEND FUNERAL   ASTOR'S FIRST WIFE TO ATTEND FUNERAL
3rd May 1912
New York, May 3.      The train bearing the body of John Jacob Astor reach...
New York Times FIREMEN OVERCOME BY SMOKE
7th November 1893
Stubborn Fire in the Cellar of 679 Broadway---One Man in the Hospital --- For two hours last evening firemen fought a fire in the sub-cellar of the five-story building 679 Broadway, adjoining the Broadway Central Hotel. Dense, stifling ...
The World Evening Edition (New York) MRS. JOHN ASTOR SAILS FOR HER ENGLISH HOME
2nd May 1914
Says Goodby in Three Languages and That Her Son, Vincent, Is Feeling Fine --- Mrs. John Astor sailed at noon to-day for England on the White Star liner Oceanic. She was accompanied by her daughter Alice Muriel and a numb...
The Washington Times ASTOR WIDOWS, NOW SAID TO BE ON EDGE OF SOCIAL DUEL

In This, Their Hour of Grief, Friends Say They Are Preparing for War --- [Above a photo of Ava Willing Astor:] Armed With Millions, Son's Favor, and Prestige [Above a photo of Madeline Force Astor...
SOCIETY WOMAN WANTS TO NURSE SOLDIERS The Day Book SOCIETY WOMAN WANTS TO NURSE SOLDIERS
6th May 1914
Titanic survivor Molly Brown offers her services to the war effort....
Oxford Times STEWARD'S STATEMENT
27th April 1912
Propped up on pillows in bed at St. Vincent's Hospital, Thomas Whiteley, steward of the First Class Saloon of the Titanic, described the scene in the dining-room on the night of the disaster. ''We had made great time,...
  MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND BOOKLET
1913
March 1913 Number 415. Franklin, Blanche, widow. Children: Alan Vincent and Blanche Elsie. All class D dependants....
Chicago American TITANIC STEERAGE PASSENGERS LEFT TO DIE, SAYS GIRL
25th April 1912
Fears are entertained by Dr. Thomas J. O’Malley, who is attending Miss Annie Kelly, the seventeen-year-old girl survivor of the Titanic, that she will never gain her normal condition as a result of her harrowing experiences when the sh...
New York Herald CRIPPLES TO GREET TITANIC SURVIVOR
19th April 1912
Page 7 Dr. Frauenthal, the Founder of Joint Disease Hospital, To Be Welcomed by Sixty Patients. Sixty almost helpless cripples, twenty-six of them children, in the Hospital for Deformities and Joint Diseases, at No. 1,91...
Jerseyman MRS. PATTERSON IS CALLED BY DEATH
14th January 1921
(Morristown, New Jersey) Page 1 Wife of Editor of Jerseyman Dies in Memorial Hospital Mrs. Susan Ryerson Patterson, daughter of Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of Chicago, and wife of George W. Patterson, Jr., editor of THE J...
New York Times BEATEN FROM LIFEBOAT
21st April 1912
Youth Says Sailors Tried to Keep Him In Water --- Mrs. Catherine Evers of 446 Broadway, Bayonne, N. J., whose brother. Thomas McCormick of 38 West Twentieth Street, Bayonne was a second cabin passenger on the Titanic, visited him yester...
New York Times VINCENT ASTOR AS HEAD OF HIS FAMILY
17th April 1912
Would Probably Share $100,000,000 Estate With Stepmother in Event of His Father's Death --- IS NOT YET 21 YEARS OF AGE --- Settlement of $10,000,000 Upon Col. Astor's First Wife Believed to Comprise His Daughter's Share...
New York Herald THOMAS WHITELEY : THREE WARNINGS WERE GIVEN TO THE OFFICER ON THE BRIDGE
21st April 1912
Thomas Whiteley, Tells of Hearing Men Who Were in Crows Nest Express Indignation Because Mr. Murdock, the First Officer, Repeatedly Refused to Act on Their Report of Danger. ...
New York Times MRS. JOHN J. ASTOR 3D GIVES BIRTH TO SON
20th July 1935
The Former Ellen Tuck French Becomes a Mother at the Doctors Hospital --- A son was born at 5:04 P. M. yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob Astor 3d in Doctors Hospital, 174 East End Avenue. The baby weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces. The con...
New York Times INSIST TORPEDO SANK HER
28th January 1917
Hospital Ship Britannic Survivors Say Propellers Killed 45 Men --- Several survivors of the hospital ship Britannic, which was sunk in the Aegean Sea, were among the crew of the Adriatic, which arrived here...
New York Times TWO MEN HURT ON OLYMPIC
25th January 1912
President Ismay Sails on Her to Return on New Titanic...
New York Times ASTOR ESTATE AT NEWPORT SOLD
29th October 1940
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NEWPORT, R. I., Oct. 28---A deed transferring Beechwood, an estate of nine acres and dwelling and other buildings, from Vincent Astor to Count and Countess Paul de Kotzebue, was recorded today, giving t...
San Francisco Chronicle DR. DODGE MAY RECOVER: HAD BEEN GUARDED
24th June 1919
Page 3, column 4 Attending Physician Says Financier Who Shot Self Might Live Dr. Washington Dodge, who shot himself Saturday afternoon, is still in a critical condition at St. Francis Hospital, but now has a small chan...
The Daily Banner MET BY STEPSON
19th April 1912
MRS. ASTOR IN GOOD HEALTH DESPITE DEATH RUMORS. New York, April 19. - There were three automobiles to meet Mrs. Astor.  Mr Bobbyn, the colonel's secretary, was on the pier all evening.  Preparations were made to...
The Times T. ISMAY CONTRIBUTES TO PIRRIE HOSPITAL FUND
17th December 1896
BELFAST, DEC 16 Much gratification is expressed in Belfast with regard to a letter received by the Lord Mayor, who is a partner in the large shipbuilding firm of Harland and Wolff, from Mr. Thom...
New York Times ASTOR BEQUESTS HAVE ALL BEEN PAID
29th April 1914
Cost of Administering Estate to Date, with Transfer Tax, Foots Up $3,305,480 --- $24,715,478 DISTRIBUTED --- The Four Executors File Their First Judicial Accounting, Covering Personal Property Only --- The fi...
Standard Union COL. ASTOR BURIED IN GRAVE BESIDE MOTHER
4th May 1912
Body Brought to Manhattan After Funeral Services at Rhinecliff --- The body of John Jacob Astor was buried this afternoon beside the grave of his mother in Trinity Cemetery, on Washington Heights. The funeral services were held at Rhin...
New York Times MRS. ASTOR IS ILL, BUT NOT CRITICALLY
20th April 1912
Alarming Reports as to Her Condition Formally Denied by Secretary --- VINCENT ASTOR STILL HOPES --- Mrs. Henry B. Harris Slowly Regaining Her Strength --- Robert W. Daniel Receives Friends at...
New York Times BOXER SAYS MRS. DICK WILL WED HIM SOON
17th October 1933
Fiermonte, Back From Bermuda, Declares They Will Marry When She Quits Hospital --- Enzo Fiermonte, the Italian boxer who was refused admittance last week to Bermuda, where he was going to visit Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick, widow of J...
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...
New York Times ASTOR SALE LIKELY TO HELP MRS. DICK
1st August 1922
Permission to Dispose of Trust Property Would Raise Her Income to $60,000 --- NOW GETS $43,000 [sic] FROM IT --- Trustee Has Offer of $1,200,000 for Realty In West Thirty-Fourth Street---Affects Vincent --- A...
Nottingham Evening Post A TITANIC SURVIVOR : MUSIC HALL ARTIST'S ORDEAL IN HOSPITAL
28th May 1914
At the West London County Court yesterday Thomas Whiteley, a music hall artist, made application to his Honour Sir W. Lucius Selfe, for a payment into court from a sum which had been paid into his credit, in connection with the Titanic disaster...
Chicago Examiner SECOND TITANIC BABY BORN
1st December 1912
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 30---Mrs. John Jacob Astor of New York wired congratulations today to Mrs. Mary Eloise Smith, one of the two "Honeymoon" widows of the Titanic disaster, to whom a son was born at the Jewish Hospital here.  As...
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 ...
The Scotsman THE MAURETANIA'S SECOND VOYAGE
14th December 1907
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Cork Examiner BANSHA LADY'S ESCAPE
11th May 1912
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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...
New York Times WOMEN WORK HARD FOR RESCUED FOLK
21st April 1912
Kept Busy Helping Survivors on to Their Destinations in Comfort --- FORTY LEAVE ST. VINCENT'S --- Individuals, as Well as Organized Committee, Give Much-Needed Personal Aid --- The task that was shouldered by...
New York Times ASTOR WEDDING DAY NOT SET
1st September 1911
Col. Astor Spends Day in Boston Looking Over Quarters for Son --- Col. John Jacob Astor, who arrived on the Noma Wednesday morning with his fiancée, Miss Madeleine Force, and her father, W. H. Force, spent most of yesterday in Boston l...
New York Times MRS. DICK RETURNS; CARRIED TO HOSPITAL
4th November 1933
Still Suffering From Effect of Broken Arm, Doctor Says---Silent on Boxer --- Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick, former widow of the late John Jacob Astor and divorced wife of William K. Dick, returned from Bermuda yesterday on the Monarch...
The Times MRS. PIRRIE HONORED
6th April 1904
BELFAST, April 5 --- At the meeting of the City Corporation to-day Alderman John McCormick moved a resolution electing and admitting Mrs. Pirrie an honorary burgess of the city of Belfast in recognition of her signal...
The Epsom, Ewell & Banstead Post TITANIC SURVIVOR TO BE COMMEMORATED
23rd March 2005
Titanic disaster survivor George Pelham, a one-time patient of one of the Epsom cluster of former psychiatric hospitals, will be commemorated. One of the roads on the Livingstone Park housing development being built by Charles Church, on t...
Galesburg Evening Mail TELLS OF RESCUE FROM TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Frank Kurun of Galesburg Tells How He Saved Himself and Daughter WAS IN A BOAT FIRST PICKED UP Jumped from Lower Deck Into Life Boat As It Was Being Lowered His Brother Drowned Frank Kurun,...
New York Times LOUIS BUTT DIES HERE
1st August 1924
Brother of Roosevelt’s Aid Was a Cotton Buyer of Georgia --- Louis Butt of Augusta, Ga., a cotton buyer and cotton exporter, died at 11:05 last night in Roosevelt Hospital of intestinal hemorrhages caused by an intestinal abscess....
New York Times ASTOR WILL CONTEST NOT CONTEMPLATED
18th August 1912
Henry A. Gildersleeve, Counsel for Mrs. Astor, Denies Rumors of an Appeal to the Courts --- SEES HIS CLIENT TO-MORROW --- $3,000,000 for New Baby Considered Ample, as Proper Investment Would Greatly Inc...
San Francisco Bulletin DR. DODGE DYING, IS REPORT
28th June 1919
Page 1, column 4 Dr. Washington Dodge, banker, former county Assessor and former Supervisor, who shot himself in the head Saturday night, is dying at the St. Francis Hospital, according to reports from his bedside today. Si...
Washington Herald THOMAS WHITELEY : DESCRIBES LAST MEAL ON TITANIC
21st April 1912
“It Was the Gayest Night of Trip Among Diners,” Says Assistant Steward --- New York, N. Y., April 20---Propped up on pillows in a bed in St. Vincent's Hospital this afternoon, Thomas Whitely, an assistant steward in the f...
New York Times DR. CHARLES D. EASTON DIES AFTER OPERATION
5th October 1934
Physician Here and in Newport, of Distinguished Ancestry, Had Served in the War Dr. Charles D. Easton of 510 Park Avenue, who had practiced medicine in Newport, R.I., for many years and in this city since the Armistice, died yesterday ...
Jersey Journal TITANIC SINKING SURVIVOR DIES IN BERGEN HOME
17th July 1946
Mrs. O'Grady Often Told of Tragedy in Which 1,500 Lost Lives Mrs. Emily O'Grady, 52, of 553 Prospect at Ridgefield, survivor of the sinking of the White Star liner Titanic by an iceberg on April 14, 1912, when 1,500 persons lost their...
New York Times ALARM FROM LOOKOUT IGNORED, SAILOR SAYS
21st April 1912
Officer on Titanic's Bridge Had Warning of the Iceberg from the Crow's Nest. Three warnings that an iceberg was ahead were transmitted from the crow's nest to the officers on the bridge of the doome...
NEWYORK 1909 (FRONT)   NEWYORK 1909 (FRONT)

Hotel Knickerbocker. New York City, 1909. An Astor family Hotel, the Knickerbocker, designed by Trowbridge and Livingston, opened in 1906. It stood at the corner of Broadway and 42nd Street, and its theater district location made it popular with people in the entertainment industry; Enrico Caruso maintained a suite at the Knickerbocker, as did Lusitania victim Charles Frohman. In 1921, the Knickerbocker was converted to business use by Vincent Astor, son of its original owner. For 19 years, Newsweek magazine was headquartered in the former Knickerbocker. The old hotel outlived its other rivals on Times Square~ the Hotel Astor which was demolshed in 1968, and the Claridge which was removed in 1972. It came full circle when in the 1980s, under the stewardship of Leona Helmsley, it was restored and partially converted back to luxury apartments....
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New York Times MISS ASTOR TO WED RUSSIAN NOBLEMAN
4th July 1924
He Was Recently Divorced From One of the Daughters of Czar Alexander II --- ONE OF ANCIENT LINE --- Bride-to-Be Is Daughter of the Late John Jacob Astor of New York --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES...
Unidentified Newspaper MEMORIES OF A TITANIC NIGHT
15th April 1974
Bruce Chadwick
He Recalls Sinking 62 Years Ago --- The Easter season is never a completely happy time for Tom McCormack of Elizabeth, N.J. It always brings memories of his escape from the sinking Titanic, which went down in the freezing Atlantic 62 ye...
The Times THE LATE MR. ISMAY'S WILL
12th March 1900
THE LATE MR. ISMAY'S WILL---The will of the late Mr. THOMAS HENRY ISMAY, head of the White Star Line, has been proved. The value of the real and personal estate is sworn at £1,297,881 14s. 1d. g...
The Evening Post COL. ASTORS BODY IS TAKEN THROUGH CITY
2nd May 1912
The body of John Jacob Astor, one of the victims of the Titanic disaster, passed through Worcester this morning from Portland, ...