SAFETY

194 items found relating to : Safety

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Guernsey Evening Press MR. J. DUQUEMIN
1912
c/o Porgos, St. Sampson, Guernsey. Reported Saved. News was received at noon today of the safety of Mr. Joseph Duquemin. Mr. Joseph Duquemin, of Portgrat, Vale, a quarryman, aged about 30. He accompanied M...
Cornishman SAFETY OF A HAYLE MAN - MR. SAMUEL RULE
18th April 1912
Capt. Rule of Hayle, has received a telegram from his niece announcing the safety of his brother, Mr. Samuel Rule, chief steward of the Titanic. The telegram reads as follows:- ?Anfield, Liverpool,-To Rule, Carnsew, Hayle. Fath...
Jersey Journal ONLY 1 OF 10 IN PARTY ON TITANIC SAVED
22nd April 1912
One of the fortunate survivors of the ill-fated steamship Titanic...
Chicago Examiner HOPE FOR THE SAFETY OF MISSING PASSENGERS
17th April 1912
BULLETIN        New York, April 17 (Wednesday), 1:30 A.M.---A vague hope for the safety of some of the missing passengers was given last night by the captain of the tramp steamer Ultonia, whic...
St. Petersburg Times DEATH OF ARTHUR OLSEN: WAS ON TITANIC
4th January 1975
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Southport Guardian BIRKDALE LADY ON THE TITANIC
17th April 1912
When the terrible news of the fatal accident to the great sea giant who started so happily on her maiden voyage so lately, our prayers and thoughts were especially with one of the passengers, Miss Lily Bonnell, of Welbeck-road, Birkdale, and ou...
Guernsey Evening Press MR. J. DUQUEMIN (1)
20th April 1912
The relations of Mr. Joseph Duquemin, reported to be one of the survivors of the Titanic Disaster, have not yet heard from him direct, but yesterday a letter was received from the White Star line's Southampton Office, confirming the telegram sent on ...
Washington Times MISS GRACIE HEARS FATHER IS AMONG PASSENGERS SAVED
16th April 1912
Capital Resident Said to Be Aboard the Carpathia With Others Taken From the Titanic --- STEAMER IS NOW HEADED FOR SOME AMERICAN PORT --- Col. Archibald Gracie, 1627 Sixteenth street, is saved from the wreck of the Titanic ...
Torquay Directory LETTER FROM HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
8th May 1912
The Late Mr. Forbes Julian.-Mrs. Forbes Julian has been honoured by receiving a gracious letter of sympathy from her Majesty the Queen from Buckingham Palace. It reads: ?Her Majesty feels very much for you in the irreparable loss which you have sus...
Clare Journal THE TITANIC DISASTER (3)
29th April 1912
A telegram received in Ennis during the week confirmed the worst fears that had been entertained as to the safety of a young man named Martin McMahon, from the Craigbrien district, about five miles from Ennis. It was known...
Castle Carey Visitor CARYITES ON BOARD
April 1912
The loss of the Titanic has been keenly felt in Castle Cary: as apart from its being a National Disaster, there were a number of Caryites on board. Mr. Sam Herman, for many years a butcher in the town, and for some years proprietor of the Britannia H...
Denver Post UNKNOWN TITLE (1)
19th April 1912
Another of the survivors who would have embraced death more happily than safety was Mrs. A. O. Horverson, whose husband, who was connected with the Peabody company, went down with the Titanic. With her husband, Mrs. H...
New York Times RICES BELIEVED SAFE
17th August 1924
Washington Not Worried About Explorers---Heard From Them Aug. 6 --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, Aug. 16---There is no uneasiness here about the safety of Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice of New York and his w...
Chicago Inter Ocean JAY YATES, GAMBLER, ONE OF THE HEROES
21st April 1912
Goes to His Death With Sinking Titanic After Helping Women and Children to Safety—Sends Good-By to Mother Special Dispatch to The Inter Ocean New York, April 20—That Jay Yates, gambler, confidence man...
San Francisco Chronicle DR. DODGE AND HIS FAMILY ARE SAFE
18th April 1912
Page 1 Assessor Sends Two Messages From Carpathia to His Son Here-- Mayor Wires Reply Relieving the deep anxiety of his relatives and thousands of friends in this city, Dr. Washington Dodge, Assessor of San Francisco, ...
Washington Times MRS. LUCILLE CARTER AND HER FAMILY ARE SAVED FROM DEEP SEA
16th April 1912
Mrs. Stilson Hutchins, of this city, has received word that her cousin, Mrs. Lucille Carter, of Philadelphia, has been rescued. Mr. Carter and their two children also are among the saved. "I have just received a long distance phone fro...
New York Times ROBERT J. HOPKINS
19th November 1943
Member of Titanic Crew Aided in Rescue of Mrs. John J. Astor --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- HOBOKEN, N. J., Nov. 18---Robert J. Hopkins, who was a member of the crew of the ill-fated liner Titanic when it struck an ...
Louisville Courier-Journal, Louisville KY DR. ERNEST MORAWECK NOW COUNTED AMONG THE DEAD
1912
F. Leingruber, manager of Dr. Moraweck's farm near Brandenburg yesterday gave up all hope for the safety of the former Louisville man who was a passenger aboard the Titanic and who is reported as missing. Mr. and Mrs. Leingruber learned through a mut...
Guernsey Evening Press BOY PREACHER FROM COBO, GUERNSEY
1912
Uncle Mr. D. Nicolle, Gele, of Castel, Guernsey. Going to c/o M. E. Collett, Port Byron, New York, USA. Booking Agent Mr. Boulton, Upper Holloway Road, London. Mr. Stuart Collett. Mr. Stuart Collett, the Boy Preacher who c...
New York Times $100,000 GIFT FROM ISMAY
14th May 1912
Thank Offering for His Escape---To Start Fund for Disabled Seamen --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LIVERPOOL, May 13---The Liverpool Journal of Commerce states that J. Bruce Ismay h...
Chicago Daily Tribune OAK PARK TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
(Photo: Mrs F. R. Kenyon) A letter written on board the Carpathia was received yesterday by Mrs. George P. Baldwin, 309 Linden avenue, Oak Park, announcing the death of F. R. Kenyon and the safety of Mrs. Kenyon, sister of Mrs. Baldwin...
Camden Post-Telegram FEAR FRED. SUTTON SANK WITH TITANIC
18th April 1912
Name of Haddonfield Resident Does Not Appear on List of Survivors --- BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH --- The offices of Sutton & Vansant, No. 120 South Front street, Philadelphia, are busy in an endeavor to obtain some ...
New York Times GUGGENHEIM, DYING, SENT WIFE MESSAGE
20th April 1912
Tried to Do His Duty, He Asked Steward to Tell Her --- ?GO DOWN LIKE GENTLEMEN? --- He and His Secretary, Facing Death, Wore Full Evening Dress---Brother Bitter Against Company --- James Etches, assistant ste...
The Independent THE PERILS OF PASSENGERS
24th June 1875
ANOTHER very terrible wreck of an iron steamship has been reported and a loss of human lives has been the consequence, which must cause a shudder to the intending passengers to Europe this season. The unfortunate ship was the "Vicksburg"...
The Times INVENTIONS SURGE AFTER TITANIC DISASTER
19th April 1913
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Evening Bulletin HAD PREMONITION OF DISASTER
17th April 1912
Nurse in Home of Mrs. J. B. Earnshaw Distrusted Early Despatches of Safety of Passengers --- A curious instance of the premonitions which are communicated to members of a family or even a household in time of disaster, was illustrated i...
Arlington Advocate A W NEWELL OF LEXINGTON
20th April 1912
Among the passengers were A. W. Newell, of 20 Percy road, Lexington, and two of his daughters, Misses Madeline and Marjorie. Mr. Newell is president of the Fourth National Bank of Boston, and is well known and widely acquainted in business circ...
Peoria Journal Star RICHARD BECKER
7th September 1975
Page E-8 Richard F. Becker, 65, 2139 N. Wellington, died at 5:10 A.M. yesterday in Proctor Hospital, where he was admitted Aug. 26. He was a retired safety supervisor for Caterpillar Tractor Co. Born in I...
Elizabeth Daily Journal ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (3)
16th April 1912
[The preceeding paragrpahs of this article can be found through the summary pages for the Renouf/Jefferys family, the Carter family and the Peacock family, in that order.] From early this morning when the first dispatches began to come...
Worcester Evening Gazette SMITH CONFIDENT OF SHIPS STRENGTH
18th April 1912
Commander of Titanic Believes Liner Practically Unsinkable Says Flushing, L.I. Friend NEW YORK, April 17,- The night before Capt. E.G. Smith of the Titanic started for Europe to take command of the liner, he dined with Mr. & Mrs. W. P....
Washington Times MRS. HENRY B. HARRIS SAVED FROM WRECK
18th April 1912
Little Hope Is Entertained For Recovery of Theatrical Promoter --- Two telegrams were received in Washington last night confirming previous reports that Mrs. Henry B. Harris, who was Miss Rene Wallack, [sic] was saved from the wreck of ...
Brooklyn Daily Times BROTHER OF BROOKLYNITE, A PRIEST, WAS ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
Two of the visitors to the White Star line offices were Laurence M. Byles, Vice President of the W. E. Byles Company, Ltd., of 90 Wall street, Manhattan, and his brother, W. Hunter Byles, of Omaha. They went to inquire as to the safety of another bro...
Grimsby Evening News MOODY SERVED TWO YEARS IN HMS CONWAY
April 1912
As a lad Mr. Moody served two years in HMS Conway a sail training vessel moored on the river Mersey, after that time he gained the Extra Certificate showing that he was bright. He joined the sailing vessel Boadicea on leaving, and would have se...
Free Press WEST BROMWICH MEN MISSING
19th April 1912
Among the passengers were the following West Bromwich people, who were on their way to America: Alfred Davies (24), of Harwood Street, West Bromwich: John Davies (22), of the same address; Joseph Davies (17) of the same address; James Lester (39) ...
Brooklyn Daily Times MRS. CORNELL SAVED?
17th April 1912
Magistrate's Wife Probably Rescued from Titanic --- BAYSIDE, April 17---News was received to-day at the home of Edward W. Apppleton, whose wife, a sister of Magistrate Robert C. Cornell, of Manhattan, and sister-in-law of Daniel W. Appl...
North American NORTH WALES PEOPLE NOT AMONG SURVIVORS
23rd April 1912
Messages received yesterday by James W. Van Billiard, burgess of North Wales, indicated that there is little hope for the safety of his son, Austin Van Billiard, and two grandchildren, who were passengers on the Titanic, and who are believed to have ...
Cambridge Chronicle CAMBRIDGE MAN ABOARD
19th April 1912
It is feared that a Cambridge man was among those who lost their lives, and great anxiety is felt by his parents, who live in Cambridge, and relatives and close friends, as to his safety. We refer to Mr. A. W. Barringer, a native of Cambridge, who we...
THE SEA MESSENGER Illustrated London News THE SEA MESSENGER
21st May 1870
THE SEA MESSENGER The little vessel represented in our illustration has been invented by Mr J. A. R. Vandenbergh of Portsmouth (Eng.), to be freighted with letters and papers belonging to any ship in danger of foundering at sea, or in ...
Chicago Evening Post DREAD OF LIFEBOATS BY PASSENGERS TOLD
23rd April 1912
DREAD OF LIFEBOATS BY PASSENGERS TOLD Nephew of E. N. Kimball of Chicago Pictures Fear of Seventy-Five Foot Drop From the Titanic Trusted To Safety on Ship...
Wells Journal LADY'S PRAISE OF A TITANIC SEAMAN
30th May 1912
One of the able seamen on the Titanic, Thomas Jones, a native of Anglesey has received the following letter from New York:- ''I feel I must write and tell you how splendidly you took charge of our boat on the fatal night. There were on...
Worcester Evening Gazette SAFETY OF FORMER RESIDENTS OF WORCESTER CAUSES WORRY AMONG FRIENDS IN THIS CITY
17th April 1912
Believing that Charles Asplund and family, formerly of Worcester, were on board the ill-fated Titanic when it foundered., Charles E. Carlson of 193 Vernon street, left Worcester today for New York to make inquiries concerning the fate of the family, ...
Worcester Telegram NAME NOT ON LIST BUT WOMAN IS SAFE
18th April 1912
The Associated Press
Mrs. Edgar Meyer Wires New York That She Is Returning on Carpathia and That Her Husband Is Missing NEW YORK, April 17.- A wireless message was received today by relatives of Mrs Edgar Meyer, daughter of the late Andrew Saks, reporting ...
Washington Times W. B. SILVEY'S DAUGHTER TRIES TO ENCOURAGE HER GRIEVING GRANDMOTHER
17th April 1912
"Daddy may be safe aboard some ship." This little ray of hope, coming in a letter from Miss Melville Silvey, the seventeen-year-old daughter of William B. Silvey, who is believed lost in the Titanic disaster, was extended today to Mrs. William Beard...
Unidentified Encyclopćdia JOHN HARPER

Aguilla Webb
[Extract] John Harper, the newly called pastor of Moody Church in the early 1900's, manifested his Christian character in the sinking of the Titanic. Dr. W. B. Riley related the death of Harper. "We have the history of John Harper's en...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (6)
1912
An Exonian on board was Mr Harry Dyer, second son of Q.M.S. Dyer and Mrs Dyer of Mount Pleasant Road, Exeter. A smart young fellow, 25 years of age, he was fourth engineer, having transferred from the Olympic. He was in Exeter for a short holiday a...
New York Evening Journal MAYOR HAS TRIBUTE FOR ISIDOR STRAUS
21st April 1912
HEROISM OF NOTED AMERICAN AND HIS WIFE PRAISED IN LETTER TO OSCAR STRAUS Praise for the heroism of Isidor Straus and Mrs. Straus was expressed yesterday by Mayor Gaynor in a letter to Oscar Straus of No. 5 West Seventy-sixth Street. ...
New York Times VINCENT ASTOR'S GRIEF
17th April 1912
Vincent Astor's Grief Pitiable ___________ Son of John Jacob offers a fortune for word of his father ___________ Vincent Astor, son of Col. John Jacob Astor, who is believed to have g...
Gettysburg Complier RESCUE OF MRS BECKER
15th May 1912
Dr L. B. Wolf Secretary of Foreign Missionary Board of The General Synod Lutheran Church, tells that he met Mrs Becker, a Lutheran missionary from India, returning on the ill-fated Titanic, at New York when the Carpathia docked with the Titani...
Liverpool Echo THE BRAVE BANDSMEN - A BELGIAN MEMORIAL
25th April 1912
A movement has been started at Liege to commemorate, by a suitable and picturesque monument, the heroic behaviour of the band on board the Titanic. Of the eight members of the band, one, George Krins, was a young and most promising musician, born at ...
Denver Post ARCHIBALD C. BUTT WAS TO HAVE BEEN MARRIED THIS FALL
18th April 1912
Was Engaged to Youngest Daughter of Col. John R. Williams San Antonio, Tex., April 18:- Major Archibald C. Butt, military aide to President Taft, soon was to wed Miss Williams of Washington, sister-in-law of Joseph Leiter of Chicag...
The Daily Banner RESCUED FROM THE SINKING TITANIC WAS CHARLES BURGESS
19th April 1912
Nephew of Mrs. Brining Of This City A Telegram Received Here from White Star Line The following telegram was received from New York shortly before noon today: ...
Philadelphia Inquirer THAYER FAMILY GETS BACK MISSING WATCH
24th September 1945
Timepiece, Gone when Body was Found, Returned Mysteriously The missing gold watch of John B. Thayer, 3d, who was found dead in his parked automobile last Friday, has turned up. The watch was missing when Thayer's...
Guernsey Evening Press MR. JOSEPH DUQUEMIN
2nd May 1912
A letter was received this morning by the father of Mr. Joseph Duquemin, who was a passenger on the Titanic. He states that he has been in hospital and on his recovery proceeded to his destination, Albany, New York, where he has arrived quite well. H...
Chicago Tribune OAK PARK WOMAN TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
LETTER SENT BY TITANIC SURVIVOR WHILE ABOARD THE CARPATHIA SENT TO SISTER IN OAK PARK A letter written on board the Carpathi...
The Times MOURNING IN BELFAST : CAPTAIN SMITH'S PREDICTION
22nd April 1912
The shipbuilding works of Messrs Harland and Wolff (Limited) at Queen’s Island were closed on Saturday, which was regarded as a day of mourning for the members of the staff lost in the Titanic. With one exception all the me...
Worcester Telegram WALTER PORTER AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC
16th April 1912
Miss. Carrie Endres Sister of Worcester Man Also on Board Lost Liner When The Telegram informed Mrs. Albert J. Gifford, 9 King street last night that the 318(?) saloon passengers on the wrecked Titanic had been reported saved and would...
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express MR. C. H. LIGHTOLLER, THE SECOND OFFICER
20th April 1912
Mr. C. H. Lightoller, the second officer on the ill-fated Titanic, who is reported to be among the survivors, lived at Netley Abbey, and on Wednesday one of our representatives called on his wife at their residence at Hound to convey congratula...
Washington Times MISS GRACIE GOES TO NEW YORK TO GET INFORMATION
17th April 1912
Worn to a point of desperation by the suspense she has undergone since receiving news that her father, Col. Archibald Gracie, was among those saved from the sea tragedy, Miss Edith Gracie, of 1527 Sixteenth street northwest, gave way to her anxiety t...
New York Times TAFT CONCERNED FOR BUTT
17th April 1912
Chance of Major's Safety a Faint One, but President Holds to It --- WASHINGTON, April 16---The White House was not a cheerful place to-day, for President Taft, most of his Cabinet, and many callers were deeply concerned over the probabl...
Adams County News LOCAL INTEREST IN TITANIC LOSS
20th April 1912
Wife of Lutheran Missionary Returning Home with Three Children All Saved in Midnight Transfer to Life Boats Many Gettysburg people are keenly interested in the welfare of four passengers who were o...
Brooklyn Daily Times SORROW AT HARDER HOME DESPITE HOPEFUL MESSAGES
16th April 1912
Word was received at the home of Victor A. Harder, at 117 Eighth avenue, that his son George A. Harder and the latter?s young bride, who was Mrs. Dorothy Annan, of Manhattan, daughter of the late Edward Annan, of Brooklyn, who were passengers on the ...
Hudson Dispatch HERO OF TITANIC “LIFEBOAT 13,” WHICH RESCUED MRS. ASTOR, DIES
18th November 1943
Robert Hopkins, Hoboken, Was Crew Member on Ill-Fated Steamer --- Robert Hopkins, 66, of 1035 Garden st., Hoboken, who died early yesterday morning at St. Mary's Hospital, was a survivor of the steamship Titanic which was su...
Progress PORT SUNLIGHT
July 1912
Progress : the Journal of Lever Brothers Port Sunlight was directly and indirectly associated with the great suspense, and subsequent sorrow, which thrilled this country and the world when the new and gigantic White Star Liner Tit...
Washington Times J. J. ASTOR ACTED BRAVELY, DECLARE MANY WHO SAW HIM
19th April 1912
Millionaire Kissed His Bride Good-by, Saluted, and Then Stepped Back to Allow Women to Get Into Boats --- NEW YORK, April 19---Col. John Jacob Astor kissed his bride good-by as he placed her in the waiting lifeboat. Then he drew himself...
Toronto Daily Star I CAN ROW, BUT LET A WOMAN GET INTO BOAT
19th April 1912
Newspaper article...
Elizabeth Daily Journal TWO BROTHERS NOT ON TITANIC
6th May 1912
Benjamin Peacock Learns They Are Still in England ---------- HIS MOTHER SEEKS NEWS OF HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN A letter postmarked ?Merton, county Surrey, England,? has brought some happiness to Benjamin Peacock, of 609 Sout...
Akron Beacon Journal MRS. ADDIE WELLS THOUGHT IT WAS BOAT DRILL UNTIL SHE SAW OFFICER'S PISTOL
20th April 1912
Stood Up All Night Long in Lifeboat, Nestling Her Babies in Her Skirts to Keep Them Warm and Dry and Alive (Special Dispatch to the Beacon Journal) New York, April 20--Mrs. Addie Wells and her two chidlren, Joan, aged ...
Newark Evening News BROTHER OF MONTCLAIR MAN ON MISSING LIST
16th April 1912
Henry Mitchell, one of the second-cabin passengers on the Titanic, who is among the missing, was on his way from Guernsey, England, to visit the family of his brother, John C. Mitchell, of 19 Portland place, Montclair. The brothers had pla...
Progress - the Journal of Lever Brothers PORT SUNLIGHT DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY ASSOCIATED
July 1912
Port Sunlight was directly and indirectly associated with the great suspense, and subsequent sorrow, which thrilled this country and the world when the new and gigantic White Star Liner Titanic heir of all the ages of constructive ...
New York Times HOW J. B. THAYER DIED
19th April 1912
Swept from Raft to Which His Son Managed to Cling --- The manner in which John B. Thayer, Second Vice President of the Pennsylvania Railroad, met his death along with eighteen or twenty other men was described last night by Mrs. W. C. ...
The Poverty Bay Herald FORTY YEARS AT SEA
27th July 1907
The captain of the gigantic new White Star liner Adriatic, interviewed on the first visit of the vessel to New York, said that forty years' experience at sea, from small sailing ship to the last word in shipbuilding, had not robbed him of h...
Chicago Tribune UNCONFIRMED STORY OF HORROR
17th April 1912
A report is current here which is said to have emanated from the trading vessel Bruce, which is on the way to Sydney, C. B., giving a version of the Titanic disaster which the trader obtained from various ships. This is to...
New York Times DR. RICE, IN WILDS OF BRAZIL, IN TOUCH BY RADIO WITH HIS FRIENDS IN NEW YORK EVERY NIGHT
16th December 1924
Deep in the wilds of Brazil, Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, surgeon and explorer, is encamped on the Rio Brancho in Manaos, studying tropical diseases. New York, although long ago over its uneasiness for the safety of the Rice party which arose late la...
TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS   TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS

Authored by Michael B. Wehrli, Michael B. Wehrli Based on the Senate Hearing transcrip...
Cork Examiner BANSHA LADY'S ESCAPE
11th May 1912
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The Evening Telegram MAJOR PEUCHEN : AGONIZED WAITING IN TORONTO FOR THE SHIP THAT PASSED IN THE NIGHT
16th April 1912
Major Arthur G. Peuchen, 599 Jarvis street, whose name appears in the list of survivors, is well known in business and military circles in Toronto....
CARPATHIA CREW MEDAL ON SALE Bonhams CARPATHIA CREW MEDAL ON SALE
21st September 2010
One of the bronze medals presented to the crew of RMS Carpathia, following their heroic rescue of 705 survivors of the stricken Titanic on April 15 1912, is to be sold at Bonhams as part of The Marine Sale on 28 September ...
Elizabeth Daily Journal LOCAL TITANIC VICTIMS HONORED AT SERVICES
29th April 1912
In memory of Peter H. Renouf, Laurence Garvey, Clifford Jeffreys and Ernest Jeffreys, who went down on the Titanic, a special service was held in Grace Episcopal Church last night. The first two were communicants of the church and the other two were...
The Scotsman STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER
17th April 1912
In the House of Commons yesterday Lord Charles Beresford (U, Portsmouth) asked the President of the Board of Trade whether there was any later news as to the Titanic. The Prime Minister, who replied, said the news received by th...
Washington Times LIST OF WASHINGTONIANS ON FATED STEAMER GROWS
16th April 1912
As the list of passengers sailing from Southampton on the Titanic last Wednesday is made more complete, the list of Washingtonians known to have been on board grows larger. The list now contains the names of five Washingtonians who make this city the...
Uusi Aura MARIA BACKSTROM'S ACCOUNT
May 1912
At about 10 o'clock, most people in third class had gone to bed. At a quarter to twelve, Mrs. Backstrom was woken up by a big bang. She woke her husband up. He went on deck to ask what had happened and came back, saying that the ship had hit a...
New York Times MINIA REPORTS TWO BODIES
4th May 1912
Ship Returning to Halifax---Patrick O'Keefe's Story of Rescue --- The White Star Line agent at Halifax wired the New York office yesterday that the Captain of the steamship Minia had sent the following message: ["]Returne...
Dowagiac Daily News BISHOPS GO BEFORE SENATE BOARD OF INQUIRY TO GIVE STORY OF TITANIC DISASTER
26th April 1912
Both Are Called to Stand At Washington on Tuesday PUSHED TO SAFETY Mrs. Bishop Tells How They Were Hurried Aboard the Lifers When the Titanic Struck Huge Berg --------------- Mr. and Mrs....
GOD MOVES ON THE WATER   GOD MOVES ON THE WATER
11th December 1929
Blind Willie Johnson
Blind Willie Johnson was born in Marlin, Texas c.1902. A Gospel singer and guitarist, he recorded just 30 pieces at a variety of locations between 1927 and 1930. He was accompanied on some songs by his wife Angeline. During the depression rever...
New York Times COMFORT FOR OSCAR STRAUS
21st April 1912
Messages of Sympathy from Every Part of the World --- Oscar S. Straus has been deeply touched by the scores of cablegrams, telegrams, and letters which he has received, each bearing its message of sympathy and paying warm tribute to the...
Cleveland Plain Dealer TELLS OF WOMEN PULLING AT OARS
19th April 1912
Page 1 Youngstown Woman Relates Story of Escape from Sinking Titanic Men Tire and Passengers Row Boats to Safety From Disaster From reports received from the steamer Carpathia when it docked at New York ...
Cleveland Plain Dealer SIXTEEN OHIOANS ARE STILL MISSING
18th April 1912
Page 1 Reports Fails to Account for All of State's Representatives on Titanic Relatives of Passengers Watch for Word of Loved Ones "Missing" still stands against the names of sixteen of the forty-four Ti...
The Evening Post HOLDING BACK FACTS OF DISASTER STIRS CRITICISM
18th April 1912
Charges ranging from indifference to deliberate suppression of news are being made against the White Star officials on both sides of the Atlantic . As ground for these charges one needs to go back only to the rapid sequ...
Paterson Morning Call MISS FUNK ONE OF THE DEAD
22nd April 1912
Former House Secretary of the Local Y. W. C. A. Was on Titanic ---------- COMING FROM INDIA ---------- Was Missionary There and Intended Spending Part of Furlough in Paterson ---------- A large number...
Santa Barbara News-Press MRS. BERTHE BOURLARD, WORLD TRAVELER, PLANS ANOTHER EUROPEAN TRIP
27th May 1956
Mrs. Berthe Leroy Bourlard, who survived the sinking of the ?Titanic? with her patroness, Mrs. Walter Douglas, keeps her picture and the volume of her verses, which contains a poem entitled ?Titanic? among her souvenirs of 35 years as traveling compa...
  LUNCH WITH MARCONI'S DAUGHTER REVEALS TITANIC ANECDOTE

On April 11, 1989, after attending a Church near the Vatican, my wife and I were invited by Degna Marconi to have lunch with her at her home in Rome. Degna was the first child of Guglielmo Marconi and Beatrice O’Brien, the daughter of the...
The Sun (New York) COL GRACIE DIES AMID MEMORIES OF TITANIC
5th December 1912
Relives His Dreadful Experience in Last Hours of Delirium --- ONE OF TWO WHO SANK --- "We Must Get Them (Women and Children) All Into Boats!" Is His Cry --- Col. Archibald Gracie, U. S A...
Elizabeth Daily Journal ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (1)
16th April 1912
News of Relatives Anxiously Awaited by Families In This City ---------- SCHOOL FLAGS ORDERED AT HALF-MAST ---------- Fred Jefferies, of 21B Florida street, is anxiously awaiting word of his sister, two b...
TITANIC DRAMA MINISERIES REVIEWED (ITV - EPISODE 2) Titanic Review TITANIC DRAMA MINISERIES REVIEWED (ITV - EPISODE 2)
2nd April 2012
Monica Hall
Monica Hall casts a critical eye over episode 2 of Julian Fellowes big budget Titanic miniseries....
Newark Evening News TEN FROM THIS STATE ON TITANIC
16th April 1912
Four of Them Are Reported to Be Saved. ---------- STENGELS RESCUED ---------- Many Others on Liner with Relatives and Friends in This Section. ---------- ARE SEEKING INFORMATION ---------- ...
The World Evening Edition (New York) OLYMPIC IS HERE WITH INNER-SKIN AND UNSINKABLE
9th April 1913
White Star Liner Arrives After Six Months Undergoing Alterations for Safety --- NOW ICEBERG PROOF --- Complete New Inside Hull to Keep Her Afloat in Case of Collision --- Bearing no outward eviden...
Chicago American 3 VICTIMS LAUD TITANIC FILM
25th February 1959
Ann Marsters
Three Survivors of the Titanic--the only three in Illinois--watched a screening yesterday of "A Night to Remember," an enormously exciting drama of the sinking of that magnificent liner on its maiden voyage 27 y...
Dictionary of National Biography (1901) ISMAY, THOMAS HENRY

Prof. Sir John Knox Laughton, Litt.D.
ISMAY, THOMAS HENRY (1837-1899), shipowner, eldest son of Joseph Ismay, of Marypoint, [sic; should be "Maryport], Cumberland, was born there on 7 Jan. 1837. At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed to a firm of shipbrokers (...
Lake County Times LAKE CO. MAN TELLS TERRIBLE STORY
27th April 1912
Survivor of Titanic Now in Indiana Harbor Owes Life to Mrs. Astor....
TITANIC - DE DANSKE FORTæLLINGER Titanic Review TITANIC - DE DANSKE FORTæLLINGER
15th April 2012
Klaus Egvang
Klaus Egvang reviews Titanic - De danske fortællinger by Mette Hjermind McCall and Jesper Hjermind....
Rockford Morning Star TITANIC SURVIVOR ARRIVES IN ROCKFORD
26th April 1912
DAGMAR BRYHL NOW WITH RELATIVES IN PEARL STREET. WILL RETURN TO SWEDEN Worst Experience of Night of Horrors Was When She Was Unmercifully Parted From Sweetheart and Brother Entirely unnerved by the strain...
REPORT INTO THE LOSS OF THE SS TITANIC  -  A CENTENNIAL REAPPRAISAL Titanic Review REPORT INTO THE LOSS OF THE SS TITANIC - A CENTENNIAL REAPPRAISAL
7th December 2011
Monica Hall
A remarkable team of experts shine fresh and detailed light on a century old drama....
New York Times GIRL SURVIVOR HAS PRAISE FOR ISMAY
23rd April 1912
Miss Rosenbaum Declares She Owes Her Life to White Star Head --- FORCED HER INTO LIFEBOAT --- Declares He Was Among Last to Leave Sinking Titanic, Calling "Any More Women?" --- Out of al...
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle SINKING OF TITANIC STILL HORROR TO COUPLE HONEYMOONING ON SHIP
15th April 1931
Margaret Frawley
MRS. EDWARD BEANE, THEN BRIDE OF 17, SAW SHIP SINK AS SHE CRUISED NEARBY IN BOAT; HUSBAND SWAM AROUND TILL PICKED UP; NOW HAVE 2 CHILDREN It was a strange honeymoon for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beane of 44 Michigan Street when on April 14, ...
Worcester Telegram FOUR OF THE ASPLUNDS ARE TITANIC VICTIMS
20th April 1912
Searching dilligently in New York Thursday night and all day yesterday at the pier where the rescued passengers of the ill-fated Titanic were delivered Thursday night by the Cunard liner, Carpathia, John Carlson, 193 Vernon Street, a brother-in-law o...
Chicago Daily Tribune STORY OF RESCUE BY A CHICAGOAN
20th April 1912
Dr. Frank Blackmarr Tells Scenes When Survivors Reached Carpathia WOMEN AT BOAT OARS Spot Where the Titanic Went Down Covered with All Sorts of Debris BY DR. FRANK BLACKMARR OF CHICAGO (A passeng...
Newark Star THREE OF TEN JERSEY PASSENGERS ARE SAFE
17th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel and Henry Blank Reported Among Those Rescued from the Titanic Wreck --- Up to a late hour last night only three of the ten New Jersey passengers on the Titanic were definitely known to be among the survi...
Chicago Daily Tribune STORY OF TITANIC RESCUE BY A CHICAGOAN
20th April 1912
Dr. Frank Blackmarr Tells Scenes When Survivors Reached Carpathia...
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Trenton Evening Times TRENTON MEN ABOARD GIANT TITANIC WHICH MEETS DISASTER IN ICE
16th April 1912
Washington A. Roebling II, and Stephen W. Blackwell among Hundreds of Passengers who are taken Off in Lifeboats when Maiden Voyage Seemed Likely to End in Sinking of World?s Biggest Vessel Returning to their homes in Trenton after a t...
Hudson Observer UNION HILL WOMAN SAYS BAND DIDN'T PLAY ON TITANIC
20th April 1912
---------- Miss Elizabeth Dowdell Heard Only the Cries and Sobs of the Passengers as the White Star Liner Went Down at Sea ---------- Miss Elizabeth Dowdell, 30 years old, of 215 Park avenue, Union Hill, one of the Tit...
Jersey Journal RESCUED UNION HILL GIRL'S STORY
20th April 1912
A story entirely different from that of those rescued from the Titanic is told by Miss Elizabeth Dowdell of 215 Park Avenue, Union Hill. When seen at her home last night Miss Dowdell was very emphatic in telling about the treatment received on board ...
SURVIVOR FROM “TITANIC” Hampshire Chronicle SURVIVOR FROM “TITANIC”
27th April 1912
A Newhaven A.B. Who Has Faced Many Perils of the Deep Mr Will Clifford Weller, who was an able...
  EVERY THING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE TITANIC
8th December 2005
Dimensions and Statistics: ? Length - 882 feet 6 inches. ? Beam - 92 feet 6 inches. ? Draft - 34 feet 6 inches. ? Height - 175 feet from keel to stack (the boat deck was 60 feet above the waterline). ? Dec...
New York Times MRS. A. H. RICE DIES IN A PARIS STORE
14th July 1937
New York and Newport Society Woman, Wife of Explorer, Noted for Philanthropy --- A SURVIVOR OF TITANIC --- Lost First Husband and Son in Disaster---Gave Library to Harvard University --- Special Cable to THE ...
North American BARBER THROWN FROM TITANIC AS IT SANK
20th April 1912
Charles Weikman, of Palmyra, N. J., to Quit Sea After 750 Voyages --- HE CLUNG TO WRECKAGE --- A graphic account of the sinking of the Titanic was told yesterday by Charles Weikman, chief barber on the liner, at his home i...
Rockford Daily Register Gazette DAGMAR BRYHL TELLS OF TITANIC DISASTER
25th April 1912
Established 1840 - Twelve Pages (EXCLUSIVE AFTERNOON FRANCHISE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Young Woman Reaches Rockford Today, in Company of Her Uncle WOULD HAVE DIED HAD SHE REALIZED THAT SWEETHEART AND BROT...
The Evening Post THE SAD “MIGHT HAVE BEENS”
19th April 1912
Out of the fragmentary and disjointed reports of the survivors of the Titanic tragedy loom the big facts that compel the action on which congress has promptly engaged not only for thorough investigation of the affair but for formulatio...
New York Times WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (2)
20th April 1912
*** --- Mrs. Cornell Among Those Who Worked at the Oars --- WOMEN MANNED LIFEBOATS --- Forced to Oars by Lack of Proper Crew---Girl Who Gave Up Her Seat --- Magistrate Robert C. Cornell said yes...
LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE Titanica! LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE
30th April 2003
Captain Laurence V. Wade
This paper looks at the role of the lookouts on the Titanic from the eye of an experienced seaman. ...
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 NEW WHITE STAR SERVICE TO TAP CHERBOURG TRADE
7th January 1907
Adriatic, Biggest Ship Yet Built, to Start It in May --- SHE WILL CARRY 3,000 SOULS --- And Have a Turkish Bath, Plunge, and Orchestra Aboard---Line to Liverpool to Stay. --- With the putting in commis...
  PETER DENNIS DALY BY HIS GRANDSON

"What follows is the story of PDD and his Titanic involvement as told to me by my father (Richard) and supplemented by my uncle Nicanor (who in the 20's settled in Buenos Aries, Argentina) joining other established Dalys there: Paul, (bachelor), Vict...
TITANIC LOVE STORIES Titanic Review TITANIC LOVE STORIES
25th October 2011
Monica Hall
Gill Paul sets off to beguile us with romance but the facts keep getting in the way....
Folkestone Herald ELIZABETH NYE : FOLKESTONE PASSENGER'S GRAPHIC ACCOUNT
4th May 1912
Mrs. Nye's account of the catastrophe Captain Smith and the little girl His last words: 'I must go with the ship'. Mrs. Elizabeth Nye, daughter of Mr. Thomas I. Ramell, coach builder, Dover Road, Folkesto...
Washington Times PRESIDENT AND FRIENDS OF MAJOR BUTT FEAR HE WENT DOWN WITH SHIP
16th April 1912
"The White Stare [sic] Line Company his searched its list of survivors for the name of Major Archibald Butt. We regret to say that his name does not appear up to the present time among those known to be saved.? The above message, in e...
Connaught Telegraph THE TITANIC DISASTER, DUE TO EXCESSIVE SPEED
3rd August 1912
Lord Mersey, the specially appointed Commissioner of Wrecks to enquire into the loss of the White Star Liner Titanic, on Tuesday delivered the finding of the Court. The attendance at the London-Scottish Hall, Westminster, where the in...
New York Post TITANIC : STORIES OF THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Earliest In The Boats Missed The More Terrible Scenes...
Burlington Daily Gazette GUNNAR TENGLIN
25th April 1912
"It was not a hard shock," said Tenglin, "but my friend and myself, finding the engines stopped, thought, we would go up and investigate. I put on all my clothes but my shoes and we went to the forward deck. The deck was covered ...
Hudson Dispatch HARROWING TALE OF SCENES ON TITANIC BY MISS DOWDELL
20th April 1912
--------------- Many Men Sacrificed Their Lives in Forming Human Ladder to Help Women and Children to the Lifeboats---To Prevent Frantic Women from Hearing the Shrieks of Their Loved Ones, Those in the Boats Sank [sic], "We Parted on the Shor...
Daily Herald AFTER 72 YRS., TITANIC SURVIVOR TALKS TO PRESS ABOUT FATAL NIGHT
15th April 1984
Kris Kopp
Titanic passenger Annie McGowan relates the story of her escape in a newspaper article from 1984....
Washington Times TITANIC'S CAPTAIN HAD LONG RECORD ON THE HIGH SEAS
17th April 1912
As Captain of Olympic Smith's Vessel Hit British Cruiser Last Fall --- If the twentieth century retained a belief in the power of malignant spirits and the human passions of natural forces, the termination of the career of Capt. E. J. S...
Worcester Evening Post NO HOPE FOR MORE SURVIVORS
16th April 1912
ST. JOHNS , N.F. April 16.- All hope that any of the passengers or members of the crew of the Titanic, other than those on the Carpathia, are alive was abandoned this afternoon. All the steamers which have been cruising in the vi...
Awake I SURVIVED THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC
1981
Elias Nicola-Yarred
IT BEGAN while I was visiting my elderly parents and uncle in , Florida. This was shortly before my uncle died a few months ago. As usual, we went to the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesse...
New York Times WEIRD MISFORTUNES BLAMED ON MUMMY
7th April 1923
Beautiful but Malignant Priestess Is Said to Resent Touching Her Coffin Lid --- IT IS IN BRITISH MUSEUM --- Officials Call Stories Myths, but Superstitious Even Blame Her for Sinking of Titanic --- Copyright,...
New York Times TRIBUTE TO STRAUS PAID IN SYNAGOGUES
21st April 1912
Family of Philanthropist Who Died on Titanic Present at Temple Beth-El --- SERMONS ON CATASTROPHE --- Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim, Made Widow by Wreck, at Temple Emanu-El---General Services To-day --- Services...
TITANIC II Titanic News TITANIC II
19th March 2013
Stuart Kelly
Stuart Kelly attended the recent Titanic II press conference and gala dinner and gives his impressions of Clive Palmer's ambitious project to create a Titanic for the 21st century....
New York Post BOAT SPACE LOST
19th April 1912
Many of the lifeboats which bore the survivors of the Titanic to safety were only half-filled according to a Pennsylvania business man, who stood at the rail of the Carpathia and saw every one of the ...
  TITANIC LIFEBOATS
1st August 2011
Roger L. Williams
I have recently seen a new film about the sinking of the Titanic on the TV and have been reading about Titanic lifeboats on. http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org It seems there is no real record of what happened to those lifeboats....
Maidenhead Advertiser AN ACCOUNT OF MY JOURNEY ON THE TITANIC
29th April 1912
Nellie Walcroft
Sir, I am sending the account of my journey on the Titanic thinking that it will interest those at Maidenhead whom I know. I left Maidenhead on April 9th., stayed in London and caught 'the special train to Southampton at...
THE GROUNDING OF TITANIC Titanica! THE GROUNDING OF TITANIC
6th June 2001
David G. Brown and Parks E. Stephenson
Explores the hypothesis that that Titanic grounded on an underwater shelf of the iceberg....
THE UNKNOWN ADULT Titanica! THE UNKNOWN ADULT
26th June 2007
Senan Molony
COUNTERFOIL number 30887 lay on the wooden surface. Money joined it for a few minutes, and then money took wing and parted from the ticket. A moment later the ticket itself was taken up. One of the opening scenes of the 19...
IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW Titanica! IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW
31st August 2004
Allison Lane
No other shipwreck in history has left such an indelible imprint upon the public consciousness as that of the RMS Titanic. Ninety-two years after her loss, the story of that great liner continues to fascinate peo...
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE NIGHT Titanic Review THE OTHER SIDE OF THE NIGHT
16th June 2009
Paul Rogers
Paul Rogers reviews a new book exploring the mystery of the "Californian Incident"...
Calgary Herald MR. AND MRS. DICK REACH HOME
30th April 1912
MR. AND MRS. DICK REACH HOME AND TELL, OVER AGAIN, STORY OF ESCAPE FROM THE TITANIC My Wife Saved My Life, Says Husband in Discussing Experiences...
The Times DEATH OF MR. T. H. ISMAY
24th November 1899
We regret to announce that Mr. Ismay died at his residence, Dawpool, near Birkenhead, about 6 o'clock last night, after a long illness. The immediate cause of death was collapse of the heart, following on operations performed for an internal trouble....
THE TITANIC'S FIRST VICTIM Titanica! THE TITANIC'S FIRST VICTIM
14th May 2012
Frank Cox
Samuel Scott a 15 year old catch boy fell to his death: The first victim of RMS Titanic....
A LAST BRIGHT SHINING LIE Titanica! A LAST BRIGHT SHINING LIE
24th August 2004
Senan Molony
THEY died, to a man, at their posts; fighting to give the opportunity of life to others until walls of water overcame them. Bunkum. The last lie of Titanic's extensiv...
Jersey Journal HUDSON COUNTY SURVIVORS TELL OF SEA TRAGEDY
20th April 1912
Union Hill Governess Gives Graphic Recital of Scenes After Giant Ship Hit Iceberg and Went Down---Praises Bravery of Men Passengers---Complains of Treatment on Carpathia --- BAYONNE YOUT...
THE CALIFORNIAN INCIDENT, A REALITY CHECK Titanica! THE CALIFORNIAN INCIDENT, A REALITY CHECK
8th November 2001
Tracy Smith, Michael H. Standart & Captain Erik D. Wood
Could Captain Lord and the Californian have done more to save the passengers and crew of the Titanic....
TITANIC - VOICES FROM THE ARCHIVES Titanic Review TITANIC - VOICES FROM THE ARCHIVES
13th April 2012
Paul Rogers
Paul Rogers reviews a new BBC audiobook of Titanic recollections....
ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD Titanica! ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD
29th April 2006
Samuel Halpern
We all know the story how lookout Frederick Fleet had sighted an iceberg at about 11:40 PM on April 14th 1912, went to the lookout bell and struck it 3 times to indicate that something was seen ahead, and then went to the telephone a...
Portland Oregonian PORTLAND WOMAN DESCRIBES WRECK
27th April 1912
Mrs. Frank M. Warren Tells in Detail, "the Story of the Titanic." BOAT'S TERRIFIC SPEED Experiences, Before and After Vessel Went Down, Told in Interesting Manner -- Sho...
PITMAN'S OWN PRIVATE ICEBERG Titanica! PITMAN'S OWN PRIVATE ICEBERG
19th July 2004
Senan Molony
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HONOUR & GLORY: CROWING TIME! Titanica! HONOUR & GLORY: CROWING TIME!
20th August 2007
Senan Molony
WE KNOW well the allegorical figures of Honour and Glory? They appear as heraldic supporters to the clock located in the alcove atop&nbs...
Portland Oregonian MRS. FRANK WARREN DESCRIBES THE TRAGEDY TO THE OREGONIAN
27th April 1912
John Lamoreau
Frank and Anna Warren were the only first class couple from Oregon on the Titanic. Mrs. Warren, who was 60 years of age at the time of the sinking, reported in great detail the horrific events of the tragedy. Her account was published in Orego...
Monmouth Daily Atlas COMMON SAILORS HEROES OF TITANIC, SAY SURVIVORS
24th April 1912
Titanic Survivors Say Shrieks of Drowning Hundreds Most Awful Feature of Shipwreck. Saw Ship Slowly Sink After the Explosion of Boilers....
Ilford Graphic THE TALE OF THE TITANIC (2ND PAGE OF THE ARTICLE)
10th May 1912
And now, I come to a part of my story that I shrink from telling. Indeed, I think I have lingered over the first part because I dread relating the events of that awful night. I have read some where of people living a whole lifetime in a few hours. I ...
TITANIC AND CALIFORNIAN Titanica! TITANIC AND CALIFORNIAN
10th September 2013
Gavin Don
Gavin Don asks if the SS Californian, under the command of Stanley Lord, was close enough to have assisted the sinking Titanic....
  THE TITANIC

Frank Blackmarr
The story of the most awful shipwreck of modern times may not be a pleasant subject for either the relator or the hearers but there is an interest in the details of the loss of the Titanic which warrents me in telling the story. And having been on...
The World Evening Edition (New York) YOU CAN BUILD A SHIP BIGGER THAN OLYMPIC, BUT YOU CAN'T BUILD A BIGGER BRAIN TO RUN IT
12th April 1913
Capt. Haddock Undergoes Five-Day Ordeal Which Would Wreck Most Men's Nerves --- Five Years Is the Outside Limit That Human Endurance Can Resist Such Strain --- At $5,000 a Year, or Less, He Assumes Respons...
GIANT SHIPS SOON TO JOIN THE ATLANTIC FLEET New York Times GIANT SHIPS SOON TO JOIN THE ATLANTIC FLEET
12th December 1909
Olympic and Titanic, Carrying 5,000 People---12,000 Tons Heavier, 50 Feet Longer Than Any Ship Afloat VISITORS to the commercial capital of Ireland by way of the Victoria Channel through Belfast Lough for the first time ca...
A VISIT TO TITANIC BELFAST Titanic Review A VISIT TO TITANIC BELFAST
13th April 2012
Stuart Kelly
Stuart Kelly visits the ÂŁ90m Titanic Belfast exhibition...
Titanica! LUCKY 13
27th April 2014
Peter Engberg
Why did only 13 second class men passengers survive the sinking of the Titanic?...
Town and Country MASTERS OF THE SEA
19th April 1902
A. I. M.
The Personal Side of Some of the Popular Captains of Atlantic Liners "I suppose Captain V— is still in command of the A?" asked a woman, as she was about to engage her passage on one of the fleet trans...
Bureau County Republican EDWARD DORKING, SHIP WRECK SURVIVOR, APPEARS AT STAR THEATRE
2nd May 1912
PICKED UP BY THE CARPATHIA Young Englishman Relates Experiences in Greatest Maritime disaster in World's History. Seven hundred persons, who packed the Star theatre to its capacity at three performances Tuesday night, ...
Outlook THE RACE FOR OCEAN SUPREMACY
24th June 1911
Earl Mayo
A little more than ten years ago I crossed the Atlantic on the first trip of what was then the largest ocean liner in the world. A distinguished ship-builder who made the voyage at the same time expressed the opinion that this steamship marked the...
North Devon Journal THE TRAGEDY OF THE TITANIC
25th April 1912
The battlefields of history offer no more shining episode than the last hours of the “Titanic.” It will live in history beside the story of the “Birkenhead.”...
  THE WHITE STAR LINE

George Henry Preble
THE WHITE STAR LINE, 1870.-The White Star Line was originally composed of a fleet of fast-sailing American clipper-ships, by the "Champion of the Seas," "Blue Jacket," "White Star,"...
New York Times TO HOLD ISMAY TO THE END
22nd April 1912
Senate Committee Decides on That Course Sailor's Weird Tale Special to The New York Times WASHINGTON, April 21. Chairman Smith of the Senate Subcommittee investigating th...
THE DAY I MET A TITANIC SURVIVOR Titanica! THE DAY I MET A TITANIC SURVIVOR
24th March 2011
Gregg Jasper
Liner enthusiast recounts 1968 meeting with Renee Harris Introduction Until the death in 2009 of Millvina Dean, the oldest living Titanic survivor, meeting a passenger who sailed on the legend...
TITANIC'S SUPREME SURVIVOR Titanica! TITANIC'S SUPREME SURVIVOR
13th December 2006
Senan Molony
Sydney Buxton as a new MP SYDNEY BUXTON, President of the ...
Newark Evening News STENGEL TELLS TRAGEDY STORY
19th April 1912
Home with Wife, Depicts Wreck Scenes and Perils of Survivors. ---------- DEATH NEAR, VICTIMS JOKED ---------- Days of suspense had been borne by the family and friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel, of 1075 Broad str...
  AN UNSINKABLE TITANIC
1912
John Bernard Walker
In our eagerness to make the ocean liner fast and luxurious, we have forgotten to make her safe...
MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED Titanica! MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED
21st July 2002
Daniel Klistorner
The evidence challenges some assumptions on where Molly Brown's stateroom was situated....
The Times OBITUARY---LORD MERSEY
4th September 1929
COMMERCIAL LAW --- Lord Mersey, whose death, at the age of 89, is announced on another page, had played over two generations a prominent part in the administration of justice. If he cannot justly be placed among the greatest Judges of h...
WHEN ANIMALS TRAVELLED FIRST CLASS Voyage WHEN ANIMALS TRAVELLED FIRST CLASS
10th November 2006
Charles A. Haas
Today’s newscasts often feature airline passengers discussing their “being treated just like cattle.” In the late 19th Century, Britain’s White Star Line took the meaning of that phrase to new heights. While we recall th...
RMS CARPATHIA : OUT OF THE DARK OF THE DAWN Titanica! RMS CARPATHIA : OUT OF THE DARK OF THE DAWN
11th July 2012
Craig Stringer
When the Carpathia came to the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic, her passengers did all they could to relieve suffering and distress......
Titanica! TITANIC : TIME ALTERED
2nd June 2010
David G. Brown
Nothing is more confusing about Titanic than understanding the time at which events took place....
THE TITANIC MCCOYS Titanica! THE TITANIC MCCOYS
28th January 2001
Robert L. Bracken
My story of the Titanic McCoys begins in the aftermath of James Cameron's blockbuster movie, Titanic, in February of 1998. The media was covered with Titanic mania. Anyone and everyone with Titanic connections was being sought ou...
JOHN EDWARD HART: DUBIOUS HERO Titanica! JOHN EDWARD HART: DUBIOUS HERO
26th January 2001
David Gleicher
Was Hart really a hero?...
MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT Titanica! MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT
26th April 2012
Hugh Brewster
Why did this self-made millionaire and leader of men become such a passive figure in a Titanic lifeboat?...
OLYMPIC AND TITANIC : MAIDEN VOYAGE MYSTERIES Voyage OLYMPIC AND TITANIC : MAIDEN VOYAGE MYSTERIES
29th April 2007
Mark Chirnside and Sam Halpern
ROUTES ACROSS THE ATLANTIC The new White Star liner Olympic, the first of three gigantic liners ordered by the White Star Line for the highly competitive transatlantic service, was launched from the Queen’s Island ya...
BRUCE ISMAY AND THE RING'S TAUNT Titanica! BRUCE ISMAY AND THE RING'S TAUNT
13th January 2001
Senan Molony
As Ismay pushed the brute oar, his eye fell on his ring. The ring inscribed:- Be Mindful....
LIFEBOATS EXTINGUISHED THEIR LIGHTS! Titanica! LIFEBOATS EXTINGUISHED THEIR LIGHTS!
6th December 2011
Senan Molony
Lifeboats from the Titanic extinguished their lights in order not to become attractive beacons for swimmers after the sinking....
DEFENDING FLEET AND LEE Titanica! DEFENDING FLEET AND LEE
14th January 2009
Richard Krebes
The iceberg that doomed the Titanic and 1,523 people to die left a gash of about 300 feet in the ship’s side from beneath the stem of her bow to the boiler room number 6. The 1997 film that took her name as it’s title go...
RYAN V. OSNC Titanica! RYAN V. OSNC
15th March 2004
Senan Molony
Transcript of Precis Law Report...
ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE Voyage ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE
23rd May 2013
Art Braunschweiger
Author’s note: The story of Titanic’s sinking revolves around what took place on the navigation bridge, yet many people are not entirely clear on how it functioned, what the duties of the officers and crew were, and exactly who ...
THE MIDDLE WATCH Titanica! THE MIDDLE WATCH
16th September 2004
Senan Molony
WHAT follows is the complete text o...
  JOHN MORROGH'S ESCAPE DIARY
23rd April 2004
A companion piece to "Titanic: The Last Photograph" by Senan Molony "IT ALL happened because 45-50 of us argued with a German divisi...
THE FATAL JOURNEY OF THIRD CLASS MEN ON THE TITANIC Titanica! THE FATAL JOURNEY OF THIRD CLASS MEN ON THE TITANIC
3rd July 2001
David Gleicher
Was survival or loss determined the Titanic's design?...
HARD A-STARBOARD Titanica! HARD A-STARBOARD
12th February 2002
Nathan Robison
Reconsidering TitanicÂ’s Encounter with the Iceberg...
  TITANIC
1912
Filson Young
The classic text of Titanic by Filson Young...
PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE Titanica! PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE
21st August 2014
Mike Poirier
The Complex case of Mrs. Cassebeer. Court documents reveal tempestuous marriage....
THE WIDENERS: AN AMERICAN FAMILY Titanica! THE WIDENERS: AN AMERICAN FAMILY
11th January 2008
David Whitmire
A Biographical Sketch...