Cabin C73


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Colter,

There were no specific Servant's Cabins for C-61 and C-63. The only rooms to have specifically designated Servant's Room were the two Parlour Suites and the 12 Suites-of-Rooms on B-deck. However, in looking at the Steward's List, Mrs Peñasco y Castellana's maid was in C-109, berth 1, so it is possible that a servant would have been berthed in a room across the passageway, but equally depending on how full 1st class was they could have been on E-deck. In either case perhaps as with the maids of Mesdames Douglas and Carter sharing with another servant.
 
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Colter Addington

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Would C-61 and C-63 have been crushed and destroyed in the break-up?
 
Is there a single source where styles of the Titanic's staterooms can be found? I would be interested in getting my hands on the sources if you have them. Thank you!
 
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Colter Addington

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Just out of curiosity, what things would have been bolted down to the floor in a First-Class Stateroom? Thanks
 
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