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WILLIAM GREENFIELD PLAYING THE PIANO.
 
WILLIAM GREENFIELD PLAYING THE PIANO.

 
WILLIAM GREENFIELDS ACCOUNT

William was involved in his Father's fur business and sailed to Russia once a year to purchase pelts. Blanche went with him this time to buy silk in Paris for the linings of the coats. William met his ...
WILLIAM HARBECK WITH MOVIE CAMERA
Calgary Herald
WILLIAM HARBECK WITH MOVIE CAMERA
20th April 1912
Well known in Calgary, who is said to have been on the Titanic. Mr Harbeck was engaged, it is said, to take a series of pictures of the Titanic's first voyage. He took many pictures in Alberta in connection with C.P.R. advertising. ...
WILLIAM HENRY ALLEN
 
WILLIAM HENRY ALLEN

WILLIAM J. MELLORS
Voyage
WILLIAM J. MELLORS
26th March 2008
Robert L. Bracken
A survivor emerges from the mists of time....
Unidentified Newspaper
WILLIAM LINDSAY
22nd April 1912
William Lindsay was one of the few saved from the Titanic on which he was a dynamo attendant. William Lindsay says he feels too upset to write much and his brother here hopes to hear more from him within a couple of weeks. The survivor of the great c...
WILLIAM MACQUITTY, BOXHALL AND PITMAN AT THE PREMIERE OF A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
 
WILLIAM MACQUITTY, BOXHALL AND PITMAN AT THE PREMIERE OF A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
3rd July 1958
Taken at the "Odeon" Leicester Square London July 3rd 1958 on the occasion of the premiere of the Titanic film "A Night to Remember". Left to Right. Wm McQuitty [sic] Director of th...
WILLIAM MCCARTHY AFTER THE TITANIC DISASTER
 
WILLIAM MCCARTHY AFTER THE TITANIC DISASTER
1912
WILLIAM MCCARTHY, LIFEBOAT 4 CREWMAN
 
WILLIAM MCCARTHY, LIFEBOAT 4 CREWMAN

MR WILLIAM McCARTHYGrattan Hill, Cork, who is fortunately amongst the survivors. Elite, San Francisco...
 
WILLIAM MINTRAM : CRIMINAL REGISTER 1902
1902
NAME: William Mintram         Twice Drunk, once annoyance, once assaulting police , between 1893 and April 1901.          AGE:...
 
WILLIAM NEAL THOMAS FORD

William Neal Thomas Ford was born in Five Ashes, near Mayfield, East Sussex on the 20th August 1897....
WILLIAM T. SLOPER GRAVE MARKER
 
WILLIAM T. SLOPER GRAVE MARKER

WILLIAM T. STEAD, A PICTURE AND AN ARTICLE
 
WILLIAM T. STEAD, A PICTURE AND AN ARTICLE
1st July 1912
From the French dictionary Larousse Mensuel, July 1912...
WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD
 
WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD
17th April 1912
From 'Le Petit Journal'...
WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD IN 1909
Le Soir
WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD IN 1909
5th May 1912
This picture of William Thomas Stead was taken in Constantinople in 1909 and published by the Belgian paper 'Le Soir' on 5 May 1912 in their 'Titanic special issue'...
WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD, A PORTRAIT
 
WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD, A PORTRAIT
1919
From Sciences et Voyages # 5, 1919...
WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD: THE BIOFIX PICTURES
Daily Sketch
WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD: THE BIOFIX PICTURES
16th April 1912
Animation of Stead...
 
WILLIAMS FAMILY GRAVESTONE

Arthur John, the beloved husband of Ellen Williams who was lost at sea through the foundering of the SS Titanic 14th April 1912 "Memory is the only friend that grief can call its own"...
New York Times
WILLS FOR PROBATE
28th December 1937
WESTCHESTER ... ANDERSON, FLORENCE MAKLEY, Pelham Manor (Dec. 7). Estate, more than $35,000. To Harry Anderson, husband, Pelham Manor, executor. ...
New York Times
WILLS FOR PROBATE (1)
6th February 1942
MANHATTAN *** WHITE, ELLA HOLMES (Jan. 31). Estate,more than $10,000. To C. Helene Berkeley, 509 W. 122d St., $10,000 and personalty; Ella B. Putnam, 10 Beekman Pl., $10,,000; Marie G. Young, Plaza Hotel, personal effects and life esta...
New York Times
WILLS FOR PROBATE (2)
15th May 1912
*** GEORGE ROSENSHINE, (died April 14;) left $150,000 personalty; to Albert Rosenshine, brother, residue; Albert Frank, $1,000; Harold Frank, $1,000; Jeanette Frank. $1,000: Viola Frank, $1,000; Miriam Frank, $1,000; Adelaide Frank.$1,000; Ric...
New York Times
WILLS FOR PROBATE (3)
7th January 1913
*** SMART, JOHN MONTGOMERY, (died April 15, 1912;) left unknown estate; one-third to Jeremiah Twomey and two-thirds to Annie Francis Brown. The decedent took passage on the Titanic and is believed to have perished when it sank on April 15 las...
WINCH MECHANISM ON TITANIC WRECK
 
WINCH MECHANISM ON TITANIC WRECK
1987
Titanic foremast winch mechanism, underwater shot 1987...
Hampshire Observer
WINCHESTER'S MELANCHOLY INTEREST
1912
April 1912 Although there were no Winchester people so far as we have ascertained among the passengers on the Titanic, yet Winchester has a melancholy interest in the disaster, especially as it affects the ill-fated crew. Among the sec...
The Toronto World
WIRELESS FLASHES HEARD BY TWO TORONTO OPERATORS
17th April 1912
------------------------- Messages Sent by Ports Along the Atlantic Seaboard Are Often Caught at (sic) Local Station if the Night is Clear---Tapping of the Instrument Decipherable at T...
New York Times
WIRELESS JOKER AT SEA
13th January 1906
Passengers of the Baltic All Stirred Up by Fake Dispatches --- When the White Star liner Baltic, in yesterday from Liverpool, was two days out of Queenstown, some one who was characterized by the officers ...
WIRELESS OPERATOR H. T. COTTAM
Washington Times
WIRELESS OPERATOR H. T. COTTAM
22nd April 1912
Chicago Tribune
WIRELESS STORMS ISLAND
18th April 1912
Sable Island, so long the terror of transatlantic seamen, is tonight, through the agency of the wireless, the storm center of a great battle for news of the missing passengers and crew of the Titanic. The wireless sta...
The Toronto World
WIRELESS WORK ON A YACHT NOT FAST ENOUGH FOR ME
17th April 1912
--------------------- J. G. Phillips, Who Flashed the Signals of Distress From the Titanic, Talked Several Times to Two Local Wireless Operators While Working on the Great Lakes Boat and Told of His Am...
The Syracuse Herald
WITNESS SWEARS TITANIC SAILORS WERE UNTRAINED
3rd May 1912
Special to The Syracuse Herald New York, May 3 – Mrs J Stuart White of Briarcliffe, N.Y., a survivor of the Titanic disaster yesterday testified before Senator William Alden Smith, chairman of the United States Senat...
New York Times
WM. K. DICK MARRIES MRS. VIRGINIA CONNER
25th December 1941
Chairman of the National Sugar Refining Co. Weds in Akron --- Word has been received here of the marriage of Mrs. Virginia Keniston Conner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Conner of this city, to William K. Dick of this city and Al...
The Times
WOLFF, GUSTAV W.
18th April 1913
OBITUARY --- MR. G. W. WOLFF --- Mr. Gustav Wilhelm Wolff, for long a partner in Messrs. Harland and Wolff, of Belfast, died yesterday at his residence in Park-street, W. He underwent an operation on Tuesday. ...
Washington Times
WOMAN FAINTS WHEN TOLD BUTT IS AMONG MISSING
18th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 18---A woman claiming to be the second cousin of Major Archibald Butt, military aide to President Taft, from Plymouth, Mass., called at the White Star line office this morning to inquire whether anything had been heard of her missing ...
Chicago Record-Herald
WOMAN IN COLLAPSE
17th April 1912
A handsomely garbed woman seated in a taxicab asked the reporters if the name of Wier appeared on the list of those saved.  She refused to reveal her identity and when told that the name did not appear on the list she collapsed and a physi...
North American
WOMAN IN WILMINGTON TELLS OF THE DISASTER
20th April 1912
Special Dispatch to The North American --- WILMINGTON, Del., April 19---Miss Emily Rugg, 20 years old, of the Isle of Guernsey, England, one of the survivors of the Titanic, arrived in this city today, and told a graphic story ...
WOMAN ON DIVAN - PAINTING BY FRANCIS DAVIS MILLET
 
WOMAN ON DIVAN - PAINTING BY FRANCIS DAVIS MILLET

Unidentified Newspaper
WOMAN RELATES THRILLING RACE OF CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
Article...
New York Herald
WOMAN SURVIVOR HEARD SHOOTING
19th April 1912
Page 4. Mrs. A. A. Dick Says She Could See Men Leaping from Ship That Was Sinking. One of the most comprehensive and connected stories of the disaster was that recounted by Mrs. A. A. Dick, wife of a merchant in Calgary...
Christian Science Monitor
WOMAN SURVIVOR OF TITANIC TELLS OF THE LAST HOURS OF SHIP
19th April 1912
Miss Caroline Bonnell Says Great Vessel Stood Still in Tracks and Then Gave a Great Shiver SAW NO CONFUSION (Written for the United Press by Miss Caroline Bonnell) (Copyright 1912 by the United Press) M...
New York Times
WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK
20th April 1912
Mrs. J. J. Brown of Denver Tells Story of Her Seven Hours In Lifeboat --- *** --- Mrs. J. J. Brown, wife of a Denver mine owner, told yesterday afternoon to a reporter for THE TIMES at the Ritz-Carlton the story of her se...
New York Times
WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (1)
20th April 1912
*** --- COUNTESS ROTHES BRAVE --- Took Charge in Her Boat-Mrs. Cornell Among Those Who Worked at the Oars --- *** --- COUNTESS IN CHARGE OF BOAT --- Sat at Tiller Five Hours--Survi...
New York Times
WOMEN WORK HARD FOR RESCUED FOLK
21st April 1912
Kept Busy Helping Survivors on to Their Destinations in Comfort --- FORTY LEAVE ST. VINCENT'S --- Individuals, as Well as Organized Committee, Give Much-Needed Personal Aid --- The task that was shouldered by...
The Evening Telegram
WON'T AFFECT STOCK MARKET
16th April 1912
Even John Jacob Astor is Not a Power in Financial World......
The Times
WOOLNER
15th February 1925
On the 13th Feb., in Budapest, on [sic] pneumonia, Hugh, son of the late THOMAS WOOLNER, R.A. [Page 1]...
Worcester City Directory
WORCESTER CITY DIRECTORY 1908
1908
Porter PORTER, SAMUEL & CO. (W.C.Porter and W.E.Biglow), last manufs. 25 Union Walter C. (S.Porter & Co.), 25 Union, house 10 Lenox ...
Worcester Evening Gazette
WORCESTER FRIENDS TAKE UP WORK OF AIDING TITANIC SURVIVORS
22nd April 1912
An announcement was made in the G???mane Swedish Lutheran Church yesterday that a memorial service for victims of the Titanic disaster will be conducted in the church Sunday evening with Rev. John A. Eckstrom pastor, in charge. At thi...
Worcester Telegram
WORCESTER THEATER CONCERT NETS $800
6th May 1912
Fund For the Benefit of Mrs. Charles O. Asplund and Her Two Children Is Swelled to More Than $1900 More than 1000 persons attended the concert in Worcester theater last night from 8 o'clock until almost 11, for the benefit of Mrs. Char...
 
WRECK MOVIE

Possibly what held the Titanic together after the ship broke apart aft of the third funnel - causing the stern to be pulled vertical as the ship sank. This piece is located in the debris field, approx. 900 meters away from the stern section. ...
Leatherhead, Advertiser, Epsom District Times and County Post
WRECK OF THE TITANIC LITTLE GIRLS ACCOUNT
18th May 1912
Mrs. Tate, of Elm Villas, Leatherhead, has just received from her daughter (Mrs. Collyer) a copy of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, containing an account of the wreck of the Titanic, as depicted by her daughter Margery, eight years of age. It will be remem...
 
WRECK OF TITANIC DISCOVERED
1st September 1985
Chicago Journal
WRECK PUTS WIRELESS STOCK UP 25 POINTS
17th April 1912
Considerable interest was directed to Marconi (American) Wireless on the curb at the opening of the stock market to-day, this issue being bullishly affected to a great extent by the sinking of the Titanic and the part that wirelss telegraphy pl...
WW1 LETTER FROM THE FRONT - BY DANIEL BUCKLEY
 
WW1 LETTER FROM THE FRONT - BY DANIEL BUCKLEY

A letter to his mother from US infantryman Daniel Buckley, originally from Co. Cork, Ireland. Buckley was killed a month before the end of the war. He served with Company K of the 165th US Infantry, and wrote copious missive, some of ...
New York Times
YACHT ELEANOR'S LONG CRUISE
16th June 1900
Mrs. James W. Martinez-Cardeza's steam yacht Eleanor has been prepared at Tebo's basin, South Brooklyn, for another of the many long voyages she has made during the six years of her existence, and will probably sail within a wek [sic] or ten days for...
New York Times
YACHTS AND YACHTSMEN
29th April 1900
From present indications, John Jacob Astor's large steam yacht, the Nourmahal, will not be put in commission this year, at least not during the early Summer months. No orders have yet been received for her refitting, and as Mr. Astor is e...
New York Times
YESTERDAY'S WILLS
3rd February 1912
*** ROSETTA WOLF died Jan. 3; left $1,000 personalty equally to her children, Clara Strauss, Rosy Kohn, Tillie Taussig, Blanche Bergstein, and Eugene and Jacob Wolf. ***...
YOUNG ALICE HERMAN
 
YOUNG ALICE HERMAN

Greensburg Herald Tribune
YOUNG GREENSBURG WOMAN WAS PASSENGER ON ILL-FATED SHIP
22nd April 1912
"Oh, I feel bad, ver' bad, los' money, los' friend. When I stand up I see ship come again, when I shut my eyes. I see people go down, down, down--Oh ver' bad time." And, with the remembrance of it, Mrs. Sophie Abraham, 20 years old, shuddered and bur...
New York Times
YOUNG ROEBLING ON TITANIC
16th April 1912
Son of President of Roebling Sons and Noted Autoist --- Special to The New York Times --- TRENTON, N. J., April 15---Washlngton A. Roebling, second, a son of Charles G. Roebling, President of the John A. Roebling Sons Co.,...
New York Times
YOUNG VAIL SENTENCED TO PRISON IN CAPRI
19th October 1923
But He and His Wife, Formerly Miss Guggenheim, Are Allowed to Leave After Appeal --- CAPRI, Italy, Oct. 18---Lawrence Vail, who married Marguerite Guggenheim, daughter of the late Benjamin Guggenheim, American copper magnate, was arrest...
Montreal Daily Witness
YOUNGEST SURVIVOR OF THE TITANIC, GLEEFUL WITH FOSTER PARENTS
22nd April 1912
newspaper article...
The Star, Christchurch, New Zealand
[BRUCE ISMAY AND GUSTAV WOLFF ARRIVE IN NEW ZEALAND, 1885]
24th February 1885
SHIPPING TELEGRAMS --- Auckland, Feb. 23. --- The Doric, S.S., Captain Jennings, arrived this evening. Left London Jan. 5 and Plymouth Jan. 8. Had fine weather to Teneriffe, arriving at 8a.m. Jan. ...