Fascinating article. God bless Captain Rostron, Harold Cottam and all the Carpathia's heroic crew whose sterling efforts on that fateful night unquestionably averted further tragedy being appended to an already terrible disaster.
There is a new article out in Voyage, the Journal of the Titanic International Society (Eric Cimino, "Carpathia's Care for Titanic's Survivors," 101, Fall 2017), that also profiles Carpathia. This article has more of an emphasis on the efforts of the captain, crew, and passengers to plan and implement the rescue and on-board care.
Another recent article by the same author deals with the survivors' ordeal in New York City. See Eric Cimino, "Walking Titanic's Charity Trail in New York City: Part I, Voyage 107 (Spring 2019).
This article, published in two parts, combines insights form travel writing, history, and urban studies to explore the social welfare milieu of early 20th century New York City and its connection to disaster relief efforts for Titanic survivors. Part
In "The World After WWI, 1918 - 1921" my Great Aunt Celeste O'Donnell repeats a story told to her about May Beckhead (sic) to her sister Rosalie O'Donnell who was serving overseas in the Red Cross during that time period. The comments go one to tell of what May accomplished later in life.