I am just using Dorothys name as an example. Everyone who posts here knows that she was a silent screen star who starred in the lost film "Saved From The Titanic". My point is, its hard to imagine someone in the general public not knowing who this lady was. However, ask someone around you who Dorothy Gibson is and I bet they will not know who she was. That not only goes for her but also Lady Duff Gordon, The Countess of Rothes, Benjamin Guggenheim, John B. Thayer and so many others who have become more than just a name to us. We have studied these people and learned as much as we can about each passenger thats it hard to believe that generally speaking, most people couldn't tell you who these people are and what there link to history is. I have asked several people to name one person who was on the Titanic and some couldn't even name one, not even the most well known in my opinion- Molly Brown and Captain Smith. So I guess my point is, its hard to imagine that most people will never know Miss Dorothy Gibson or Lady Duff Gordon in the same manner that we do.