Does anyone know if Isaac Maynard ever gave an account of the disaster. I have heard of the legend that he took a baby from Captain Smith's arms, but the only source for this I could find was the article "Shoreham Man Was Titanic Hero", published many years after his death. But according to this site, he was quite popular among the pres at the time for his story. I'm asking because in my opinion, the legend could very likely be true (it was also reported by a few other people on the boat), but only if the baby in question died of exposure on the boat, as no baby is known to have been rescued from collapsible b. However, one source says that Maynard claimed to have carried the baby onto the Carpathia with him. Is this true? Did Maynard ever give a first person account describing this? I'm really curious to know. Thanks to anyone who can be of assistance.