Southampton Celebration by Rick Reeves


William Oakes

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Very Soon this piece entitled, SOUTHAMPTON CELEBRATION , will be available in my eBay and Etsy Shoppes.
It is an alternate reality piece. WHAT IF-- RMS Titanic did complete her maiden voyage and return to cheering throngs in Southampton? There is a chair at the table for YOU to join in the celebration.
The limited edition prints will be limited to 500 signed and numbered prints, signed by historical artist, Rick Reeves.
 

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For those wondering who is who (The names of victims are in bold):



Sitting at the table from the left to the right: sixth officer James Paul Moody, captain Edward John Smith, Dr. William Francis Norman O’Loughlin, Purser Hugh Walter McElroy and third officer Hebert John Pitman.



Standing behind them from the left to the right: Joseph Bruce Ismay, Senior wireless operator John “Jack” George Phillips, junior wireless operator Harold Syndey Bride, chief officer Henry Tingle Wilde, quartermaster Robert Hichens, Thomas Andrews Jr, stewardess Violet Jessop, fifth officer Harold Godfrey Lowe, second officer Charles Herbert Lightoller, first officer William McMaster Murdoch and fourth officer Joseph Groves Boxhall.
 
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For those wondering who is who (The names of victims are in bold):



Sitting at the table from the left to the right: sixth officer James Paul Moody, captain Edward John Smith, Dr. William Francis Norman O’Loughlin, Purser Hugh Walter McElroy and third officer Hebert John Pitman.



Standing behind them from the left to the right: Joseph Bruce Ismay, Senior wireless operator John “Jack” George Phillips, junior wireless operator Harold Syndey Bride, chief officer Henry Tingle Wilde, Thomas Andrews Jr, stewardess Violet Jessop, fifth officer Harold Godfrey Lowe, second officer Charles Herbert Lightoller, first officer William McMaster Murdoch and fourth officer Joseph Groves Boxhall.
Excellent recognition!
 

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