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Brian O'Dell

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Hello. I need some information on the Parlour Suite C-62,64,66. Would I be correct in stating it was occupied by Victor Robbins? How would the cabin have been furnished and in what style. Would it have been similar to Olympic's cabin B-40? Can anyone help me with this. If i am wrong, please point me in the right direction and if so, was there a cabin similar on Titanic as the Olympic's B-40 from 1913 onwards? Thanks!

-Brian
 
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Brian,

Your thought that B-40 [as it was by 1913] on the Olympic might be the same style as C-62 on the Titanic puzzled me. Having now had a chance to look at this my understanding is that the Sitting Room styles remained the same. That Olympic Sitting Room B-40 was Louis Seize = Louis XVI, the same for Titanic's B-52. Sitting Room C-62 [as Olympic also was by 1913] on both ships was Louis Quatorze = Louis XIV.
 
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Brian O'Dell

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Ah! Thanks so much Lester. That helped. I was quite confused. Much appreciated.

-Brian