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TITANIC NEWS VENDORS IN WASHINGTON D.C.
 
TITANIC NEWS VENDORS IN WASHINGTON D.C.
April 1912
Washington news vendors at the time of the Titanic disaster. Headline to The Washington Post:   Mission of two United States cruisers fails; ...
New York Times
GAVE LIVES FOR THE MAILS
21st April 1912
Postal Clerks Worked in Two Feet of Water---Hitchcock Aids Kinsmen --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 20---Postmaster General Hitchcock to-day addressed a communication to Chairman John A. Moon of the ...
 
SPECIAL DAY FOR OSCAR SCOTT WOODY
2004
It seems that the heroism of one of Titanic's postal clerks has been a source of inspiration for the governing officials of North Carolina. Oscar Scott Woody was a native of Roxboro, North Carolina. He had been a postal clerk on trains betwee...
New York Times
KEMPNER-GUGGENHEIM
21st June 1921
Sigmund M. Kempner, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kempner of 305 West End Avenue, and Miss Barbara H. Guggenheim, a daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, were married yesterday afternoon in the Ritz-Carlton ballroom and the receptio...
New York Times
MISS GUGGENHEIM TO WED JUNE 20
3rd June 1921
Miss Barbara Hazel Guggenheim, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, and Sigmund Marshall Kempner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph W. Kempner of 305 West End Avenue, whose engagement was announced in April, will be married on June 20....
Godalming and District News
POST OFFICE MEMORIAL
4th May 1912
At the Godalming Post Office, where Phillips was employed as a telegraphist for three years before leaving to enter the Marconi School at Liverpool, the Postmaster (Mr. W. R. Williams), and his staff have provided a suitable memorial to their ...
Newark Evening News
FAMILY OF J. S. MARCH MAY RECEIVE $10,000
22nd April 1912
WASHINGTON, April 22---Resolutions authorizing $10,000 appropriations for the families of each of the three postal clerks who lost their lives on the Titanic were introduced in the House today by Representative Reilly, of Conne...
Berkshire Chronicle
DETAINED AT WASHINGTON
29th April 1912
Detained at Washington. Among those who were expected to have arrived home on the Lapland was Mr, Frederick Dent Ray, of 'Akbar' 56 palmer Park Avenue, Reading. Mr Ray, who was a steward on the Titanic, cabled home to his relatives informing them...
MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II
 
MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II

Memorial marker...
Washington Times
TITANIC SURVIVOR IS EXPECTED HERE
22nd April 1912
Wife of Former Washington Man Will Visit Relatives In Washington --- Mrs. William Beard Silvey, of Duluth, Minn., one of the survivors of the Titanic, comes to Washington tomorrow night and will, for several days, be the guest of her mo...
New York Times
WASHINGTON DODGE, ADVISER ON INVESTMENTS, DIES AT 67
5th December 1974
Page 50, column 4 Washington Dodge, an investment adviser who survived the Titanic sinking in 1912, died here Tuesday of a heart attack. His age was 67. He was 5 years old and returning from Europe with his parents...
Washington Times
SOCIETY IS SHOCKED AT NEWS OF DEATH
19th April 1912
Washington society was shocked when news that the name of James C. Smith, of Chicago, was not included in the list of those saved from death when the Titanic sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Mr. Smith was well known in Washington, where...
New York Times
MRS. GAGE REMAINS IN ASYLUM
13th March 1912
WASHINGTON, March 12---Mrs. Mary E. Gage, who was committed to the Government Hospital for the Insane yesterday for threatening Charles J. Bell, a Washington banker, still is a patient in that institution. Habeas corpus proceedings for her release we...
Brooklyn Daily Times
W L GWYN, FORMER BROOKLYN MAIL CLERK, MAY HAVE BEEN LOST
17th April 1912
Postmaster Edward M. Morgan said yesterday that the Titanic was carrying 3,423 sacks of mail and added: "There are generally about four bags of prints---a postal term applied to all other pieces than letters---to one of letters. A bag ...
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE
15th April 1912
New York Times
PAINTING FOR BUTT FUND
15th December 1912
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14---Col. Spencer Cosby, chief aid to President Taft, received to-day a painting depicting the sinking of the Titanic and the rescue of some of her passengers. Gilbert Gaul, a New York artist, offered it as a contribut...
Unidentified Newspaper
DODGE
1st July 1919
In this city, June 30, 1919, Dr. Washington Dodge, beloved husband of Ruth Dodge, father of Henry W., Washington, Jr. and Vida Dodge, a native of California, aged 60 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral service at 10 o'clock Thursday morn...
TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC
 
TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC

Memorial...
TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC - DETAIL
 
TITANIC WOMEN MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON DC - DETAIL

Memorial...
New York Times
BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
31st May 1912
President Taft and Washington Friends Raise Funds for a Tablet --- WASHINGTON, May 30---President Taft, members of the Diplomatic Corps in Washington, and many high Government officials have contributed to a fund of several thousand dol...
San Francisco Bulletin
WASHINGTON DODGE MAY RECOVER, HIS PHYSICIAN THINKS
27th June 1919
Page 10, column 3 Dr. Washington Dodge may have a chance for recovery because of the fight he is making at the St. Francis Hospital. Daily Dr. Dodge's condition is reported as "just the same, no change whatever," and the fact that the...
DESIGN FOR AMERICAN TITANIC MEMORIAL
 
DESIGN FOR AMERICAN TITANIC MEMORIAL

Rejected submission by Dana Gibson...
WASHINGTON DODGE
San Francisco Chronicle
WASHINGTON DODGE
18th April 1912
New York Times
FOR BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
9th June 1912
Senate Proposal Thus to Honor TItanic Victims Goes Over --- WASHINGTON, June 8---An effort was made in the Senate to-day to have adopted a resolution granting authority to erect on public land in Washington a joint memorial to the mem...
New York Times
HORSEWOMEN IN PARADE
11th April 1913
Mrs. Burleson, Wife of Army Officer In Command of Suffrage Pageant --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, Jan. 10---A cavalcade of horsewomen is to lead the woman's suffrage parade, or p...
Washington Times
WASHINGTON MAN MAIL CLERK ON THE ILL-FATED STEAMER
16th April 1912
O. S. Woody, a former Washingtonian, and two other postoffice clerks, composed the mail crew of the Titanic. Their names were received today by the office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General. J. S. March, of the Second division of the Railway ...
Charleston Daily Mail
HUGHES AND WRIGHT WEDDING ANNOUNCED
12th January 1930
Marriage announcement of Mary Eloise Smith...
Asbury Park Evening Press
MAIL CLERK GWINN DIED AT HIS POST
22nd April 1912
MAIL CLERK GWINN DIED AT HIS POST Continued to Work Till Explosion Rent Titanic---Wife is Critically Ill Among the five postal clerks who stuck to their mail to the last and sank with it w...
Newark Star
WILL BRING TITANIC VICTIM'S BODY HERE
30th April 1912
Body recovered by cable ship at the scene of wreck....
New York Times
CLARENCE MOORE
16th April 1912
Washington Banker One of the Best-Known Sportsmen in America --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 15---Clarence Moore of 1,748 Massachusetts Avenue, a passenger on the Titanic, is one of the best-known s...
RUTH DODGE AND WASHINGTON JR.
San Francisco Chronicle
RUTH DODGE AND WASHINGTON JR.
18th April 1912
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...
New York Times
ARCHIBALD GRACIE - WIFE'S WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN
16th April 1912
Prominent in Washington---His Wife's Whereabouts Not Known --- WASHINGTON , April 15---Archibald Gracie, one of the Titanic's passengers, is well known in Washington and New York society. His wife has recently attracted ...
New York Times
LLOYD MOORE WEDS MRS. E. H. PRESTON
8th December 1935
Daughter of Former Senator Hawes of Missouri Bride in Ceremony Here --- Mrs. Eppes Hawes Preston, daughter of former Senator and Mrs. Harry B. Hawes of Missouri, was married to Lloyd Moore of this city, son of the late Clarence Moore of...
Washington Times
MRS. CHURCHILL AMONG THE PASSENGERS RESCUED FROM TITANIC
16th April 1912
Another Washingtonian who sailed from Southampton Wednesday on the ill-fated Titantic [sic] was Mrs. Churchill Candee, prominent in Washington social circles, whose residence is at 1718 Rhode Island avenue northwest. Mrs. Candee's name appears on the...
THE MAIL SORTING ROOM ABOARD RMS TITANIC
 
THE MAIL SORTING ROOM ABOARD RMS TITANIC
April 1912
WASHINGTON DODGE MARRIAGE
San Francisco Call
WASHINGTON DODGE MARRIAGE
3rd April 1906
The announcement of Dr. Washington Dodge's engagement to a fair Gothamite is causing a bit of pleasurable excitement. ...
SEVENTY-FIVE REGISTERED LETTERS WERE SENT (FROM NORWAY) WITH THE TITANIC IN 1912
 
SEVENTY-FIVE REGISTERED LETTERS WERE SENT (FROM NORWAY) WITH THE TITANIC IN 1912
26th August 1998
Arne Mjaland
Top row 5th from left: Jorgen Birkesfol who sent a registered letter with Titanic...
Washington Times
CLARENCE MOORE, WHO MAY HAVE LOST HIS LIFE, WELL KNOWN IN CAPITAL
16th April 1912
Clarence Moore, of Washington, whose name is included in the list of first-cabin passengers on the Titanic, left Washington March 16. He was particularly interested in seeing the Liverpool steeplechase races while abroad, and if he remained to see th...
MARCH MEMORIAL MARKER
 
MARCH MEMORIAL MARKER

(On top) JOHN STARR MARCH DIED APRIL 15, 1912 225 (On face) U. S. SEA POST SERVICE R. M. S. TITANIC...
MARRIAGE OF DR. WASHINGTON DODGE AND MRS. RUTH BROWN
San Francisco Call
MARRIAGE OF DR. WASHINGTON DODGE AND MRS. RUTH BROWN
9th April 1906
The marriage of Dr. Washington Dodge and Mrs. Ruth Brown will take place next Thursday in New York....
Chicago Evening Post
LAPLAND WILL REPLACE TITANIC AS MAIL SHIP
17th April 1912
The Post office Department has made arrangements for the substitution of the steamer Lapland for the Titanic, in carrying mails to Europe from New York City....
RUTH AND WASHINGTON DODGE
 
RUTH AND WASHINGTON DODGE
1920
 
MEMORIALS TO JACK PHILLIPS

Phillips, John George (Jack). Chief Wireless Operator. Has perhaps the largest Titanic memorial, namely 'The Phillips Memorial Cloister', by the River Wey, covering some three acres, at Godalming, Surrey. Inscribed on the memorial stone is: 'The Cloi...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE AND FAMILY MAY HAVE MISSED TITANIC
16th April 1912
Page 2 [Photo] Assessor Washington Dodge, Mrs. Washington Dodge Relatives of Assessor Received Word That He Would Stop Over in Paris Shortly before 2 o'clock this morning the "Chronicle" was notified by...
New York Times
ROSTRON GETS MEDAL TO-DAY
1st March 1913
Rescuer of Titanic Survivors Arrives in Washington to Receive Honor --- WASHINGTON, Feb. 28---Capt. A. H. Rostron, who, as commander of the steamship Carpathia, directed the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic disaster, arrived here ...
MRS HENRY B. HARRIS, FORMERLY MISS IRENE WALLACH, OF WASHINGTON
Washington Times
MRS HENRY B. HARRIS, FORMERLY MISS IRENE WALLACH, OF WASHINGTON
17th April 1912
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, POST-MERGER)
 
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, POST-MERGER)

New York Times
LADY PIRRIE MAY HEAD HARLAND & WOLFF, THE GREAT BRITISH SHIPBUILDING FIRM
17th July 1924
Copyright, 1924, by The New York Times Company --- By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 16---It is the general belief in shipping circles that Lady Pirrie will assume the post of President of the great shipbu...
Charleston Gazette
ELOISE H. SMITH DIES IN CINCINNATI
4th May 1940
Mrs. Eloise Hughes Smith, pre-war Washington debutante who as a bride bid farewell to her husband from a lifeboat near the Titanic, died today in a Cincinnati hospital....
New York Times
NEW VERSION OF BUTT'S TRIP
17th April 1912
Was Passenger on Titanic at the Whim of Close Friend --- Richard B. Watrous, Secretary of the American Civic Association, with offices in Washington, watched the bulletin boards in Times Square with great anxiety yesterday to see if any...
TITANIC SURVIVOR ARRIVES
Toronto Daily Star
TITANIC SURVIVOR ARRIVES
25th April 1912
Widow says husband at the rail with Butt and Millet at the end...
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...
Newark Evening News
TWO TRENTON FAMILIES FEAR FATE OF YOUNG MEN
16th April 1912
Two prominent young Trentonians aboard the Titanic are Washington A. Roebling, second, and Stephen W. Blackwell, who were returning home from an automobile trip through Europe....
The Washington Times
COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES IN NEW YORK
4th December 1912
Colonel, Long Resident of Washington, Ill Only a Short Time --- Col. Archibald Gracie, of New York and Washington, the last man to be saved from the sinking Titanic when that ocean palace sank in mid-Atlantic last ...
New York Times
MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT (1)
16th April 1912
Major Archibald Willingham Butt, President TaftÂ’s Military Aid, [sic] was returning on the Titanic after a visit to Rome, where he went to see the Pope and King Victor Emmanuel....
Philadelphia Inquirer
MRS. POTTER DIES AT AGE OF 98
2nd January 1954
Mrs. Thomas Potter, Jr., honorary secretary of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Red Cross, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Allen Potter Crolius, the Cambridge Apartments, Wissahickon ave. and School House lane. She was 9...
 
1901 CENSUS - LISKEARD, CORNWALL

The 1901 Census reveals that John Richard Jago Smith (aged 24) was living and working in Liskeard, Cornwall as a Post Office sorting & telegraph clerk. ...
Rutherford Republican
MAIL CLERKS DIED BRAVELY
20th April 1912
Worked in Two Feet of Water to Save Registered Mail on Titanic ---------- The families of the three sea postal clerks who died like heroes on the Titanic will each received $2,000 if Congress complies with a recommendation made this wee...
Washington Herald
CLAIMS MRS. GAGE SUFFERS PARANOIA
18th April 1912
Dr. William A. White Testifies Concerning Examination of Defendant in Insanity Case --- Dr. William A. White, Superintendent of the Government Hospital for the Insane, testified yesterday afternoon before Justice Barnard and a jury, giv...
New York Times
ANDREW SAKS DEAD AT 65
9th April 1912
President and One of the Founders of Dry Goods House of Saks & Co. --- Andrew Saks, President and one of the founders of Saks & Co., the dry goods house, died yesterday morning in his apartment at Sherry's. Death followed a long illness...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times
THE HEROIC WIRELESS OPERATOR
April 1912
The wireless operator who flashed out the terrible signal SOS, and gave the first intimation to the world of the appalling disaster to the Titanic, belongs to Farncombe, where he is well known and popular. He is Mr. John George Phillips, and his pare...
THE HEROIC ENGINEERS
Daily Sketch
THE HEROIC ENGINEERS
22nd April 1912
Mr. Arthur Ward, one of the Titanic's engineers. In all the messages received no mention is made of what happened in the engine-room, of the gallant engineers sticking to their post with the water pouring into the bowels of the ship. That not one was...
DAVID SARNOFF AT WORK
L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse
DAVID SARNOFF AT WORK
27th September 1956
This picture of wireless operator David Sarnoff was published in 1956 by 'L'Illustré", a weekly magazine from Switzerland. Sarnoff was among the first to receive Titanic's distress call and for 72 hours stood at his post at the top of Wanamaker in Ne...
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...
 
HANNA MAMEE

Patricia Sheehi (Cameron) (Hanna Mamee's niece)...
New York Times
MRS. M. S. MOORE MARRIES
2nd May 1915
Wealthy Widow of Titanic Victim Weds A. C. P. Wichfeld, a Dane --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, May 1---Mrs. Mabelle Swift Moore, Washington's wealthiest widow, whose husband, Clarence Moore, lost his life...
Washington Herald
ARCHIE PUT ME IN A LIFEBOAT
20th April 1912
Marie Young
Miss Marie Young, of Washington, Tells of Aid's Heroism and Calmness --- By MISS MARIE YOUNG --- Musical tutor to the younger children of former President Roosevelt. She had been studying music in Europe and was returning...
Beneath This Stone
BOOKLET ABOUT CLEWER CHURCHYARD

OWEN GEORGE ALLUM was a passenger on the "unsinkable" White Star Liner, Titanic which struck an ice berg and sank on her maiden voyage. Owen Allum was one of the 1,489 whose lives were lost. He had lived at Gerald Villas, Vansittart Road, Wind...
Newark Evening News
JOHN S. MARCH ONE OF THE HEROES
20th April 1912
Newarker Died with Others Clerks on Titanic, After Effort to Save Mails. ---------- REPORT MADE BY HITCHCOCK ---------- Special Service of the NEWS WASHINGTON, April 20---In a report received by Postmaster-General Hitchcock today, it wa...
Primitive Methodist Leader
OUR BOYS ON THE 'TITANIC' - HARRY COTTERILL
1912
'...there was Harry, whose desire was to help mother, he being the eldest of the four and his mother's mainstay, his father having died at his post a few years ago. He might have saved himself, but thought first of the lives of thos...
Washington Times
PRESIDENT'S AIDE AMONG PASSENGERS ON CRIPPLED SHIP
16th April 1912
Major Butt Was to Have Returned to Capital Shortly --- Major Archibald Butt, military aid to President; Clarence Moore, prominent in Washington social and financial circles, as well as one of the city’s best known horsemen; Frank D. Mil...
New York Times
TO PROVE MRS. GAGE DESCENDANT OF KINGS
12th April 1912
Defense Introduces Family Tree in Proceedings Brought by Banker C. J. Bell --- ROOSEVELT'S ROYAL ORIGIN --- Miss Gage Testifies That an Ancestor of Colonel Was a Scottish King—--Threaten Mrs. Gracie with Arrest ---...
Washington Herald
MAJ. BUTT' S PLACE NOT YET FILLED
21st April 1912
President Taft Has Not Asked War Department to Fill Vacancy as Chief Aid --- President Taft has not yet asked the War Department to detail a chief White House aid to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Maj. Butt. The War Department ...
Milwaukee Journal
VICTIM OF TITANIC DISASTER, BELIEVED LOST, MAY BE ALIVE
4th September 1940
Montreal, Que.—(AP)—A Montreal family was stirred Wednesday by the prospect that Lorraine Allison, long believed to have been drowned in the Titanic disaster of 1912, still is alive and living in Berkley, Mich., as Mrs. Lawrence Kra...
Leeds Mercury
NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE
19th April 1912
Mr. Neal McNamee and his wife, Eileen McNamee were recently in the employ of Messrs. Lipton......
New York Times
LORRAINE GRAVES ENGAGED TO MARRY
7th November 1936
Daughter of Mrs. Kiliaen Van Rensselaer to Be Bride of Clarence Moore --- Announcement was made at a dinner party given on Thursday evening by Mrs. Helene van Nostrand at her home, 45 East Eighty-first Street, of the engagement of Miss ...
New York Times
THREATENED BANKER BELL
12th March 1912
Mrs. H. C. Gage Arrested---Said He Kept Her Out of Washington Society --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, March 11---Through the instrumentality of Charles J. Bell, a banker, and a cousin of Alexander Graham ...
Chicago Daily Journal
ISMAY TIRED TO ESCAPE ON CEDRIC, WIRELESS SHOWS
20th April 1912
Explanation of why Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan, chairman of the senate committee named to investigate the Titanic disaster, hurried to New York Thursday night to begin the inquiry was made today when it  became known that a wir...
New York Times
SOCIETY AT HOME AND ABROAD
12th January 1908
Mrs. Elinor Glyn and her sister, Lady Duff Gordon, have been visiting in Washington.  Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce entertained at luncheon for them one day this week. [This paragraph appeared in a long society column, the balance of which is ...
Western Morning News
TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW
18th April 1912
There were four persons on board well known at St. Keverne, Cornwall, their names being Jago Smith, a Post office official employed on board, who was to have been married shortly, and who is a son of Mr. John Smith, farmer, Trebarveth, St. Keverne; M...
San Francisco Examiner
DOCTOR DODGE IS OPERATED ON; CONDITION SERIOUS
23rd June 1919
Page 13, column 7 Former Broker and Assessor Very Low After Attempted Suicide With Pistol Following an operation at the St. Francis Hospital yesterday, the condition of Dr. Washington Dodge, former banker and Assessor ...
 
VARIOUS MEMORIALS (7)

Has a grave in East Bridgwater, Central Cemetery Massachusetts, USA. also there are some lovely Lych Gates in his memory at Broadway Churchyard, Worcestershire. also water fountain in memory of Archibald Butt and Mr. Frank M...
Chicago Tribune
FRANCES A. KING, NéE STRAUBE - OBITUARY
27th March 1960
Frances A. King, née Straube, loving mother of Raymond R., Robert A. and Arthur W.; devoted daughter of Raymond and Ann Straube, née McGowan; fond sister of Jacqueline Komay and Mary Kapolnek. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m.,...
Philadelphia Inquirer
DIED : CARDEZA
2nd August 1939
CARDEZA. At her home, Washington Lane and Morton ST., Germantown. CHARLOTTE DRAKE MARTINEZ CARDEZA, daughter of the late Thomas and Matilda Drake. Services at Christ Church and St. Michael's, McCallum and Tulpehocken Sts., Thurs., 11 A.M. Int. privat...
New York Times
SWIFT HEIRESS IS SUED FOR DIVORCE IN NEVADA
22nd November 1932
Aksel Wichfeld, Former Attache at Danish Legation, Files Action Secretly, Charging Cruelty --- RENO, Nev., Nov. 21 (AP)---Aksel C. P. Wichfeld, former attaché of the Danish Legation in Washington, filed suit secretly at Carson City Nov....
Derby Daily Telegraph
DEATH OF HEROIC WIRELESS OPERATOR'S MOTHER
20th January 1925
The death has occurred at Godalming, at the age of 80, of Mrs. Phillips, mother of Jack Phillips, the heroic ...
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...
 
PROBATE REPORTS
13th November 1912
Probate Report: Millet, Francis Davis, of Russell House, Broadway, Worcestershire and Washington, United States of America. Probate report: Probate registered London, 13th November, 1912, to Lily Millet, widow. Effects in ...
New York Times
BELIEVE MRS. GAGE HAS SOCIAL DELUSION
5th April 1912
Her Threats Against C. J. Bell, Alienists Testify, Were Due to Form of Paranoia --- DAUGHTER NAMES INFORMANT --- Says Mrs. Archibald Gracie Told That Banker Blocked Mother's Plans---Belva Lockwood Defends Her ---...
Washington Times
DESCRIBES ASSAULT BY FRENZIED PASSENGERS
19th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 19---Wireless Operator Jack Phillips did not desert his post when the Titanic sank, but was torn from the key by a party of fear-crazed first cabin passengers, who assaulted him in an effort to take from him a big life belt he wore. ...
New York Times
MRS. WICHFELD DEAD; WAS VISITING FRIENDS
4th February 1933
Former Wife of Clarence Moore Succumbs at Home of Earl of Portarlington --- LONDON, Feb. 3 (AP)---Mrs. Mabelle Swift Wichfeld, former wife of Clarence Moore, Washington capitalist and sportsman, who was lost on the Titanic, died of pneu...
MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN AT THE US INQUIRY
 
MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN AT THE US INQUIRY
23rd April 1912
Awaiting His Opportunity To Testify...
Washington Herald
WENT TO DEATH WITH HIS HOUNDS
18th April 1912
Clarence Moore Had Pack of Prize Animals with Him on the Titanic --- That about a hundred of the finest drag hounds money could buy went to a watery grave with Clarence Moore, for many years master of hounds of the exclusive Chevy Chas...
Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York)
COLLETT FELT A PREMONITION OF HIS DANGER
22nd April 1912
Young Clergyman Sent Parents Letter Before Sailing on Titanic. INCLOSED [sic] ONE TO HIMSELF Directed Opening of Envelope if Anything Happened to Him HE...
New York Tribune
TO HONOR "JACK" PHILLIPS
30th June 1912
London, June 29---"Jack" Phillips, the plucky wireless operator who stuck to his post on the Titanic and sent out the call for help that brought rescue to more than seven hundred souls, is to have a memorial erected in Godalming, his ...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF GEORGE ROSENSHINE
4th May 1912
ROSENSHINE---At sea, on April 15, 1912, steamer Titanic, George Rosenshine, beloved brother of Albert A. and Max Rosenshine and Mrs. Bertha Frank, in the 46th year of his age. Funeral services will be held at the Hotel Ansonia on Sunday morning, Ma...
 
LETTER FROM SARAH GILL TO THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA

Stamp: RECEIVED Mrs. J. Gill AUG 3 1912 3 Griffin Road Provincial Secretary's Clevedon Office Somerset E...
Daily Home News
MR. SILVEY LOST WHEN WIFE WAS SAVED
19th April 1912
With the landing of the Carpathia last night came final confirmation of the sad news that William B. Silvey, brother of Mrs. Fred Deshler, formerly of this city, now of Washington, was lost with the Titanic. Mrs. Silvey was taken off in a lifeboat a...
Newark Star
GO TO SEEK BODIES OF ROEBLING AND BLACKWELL
25th April 1912
TRENTON, April 24---Believing that they may be able to recognize the bodies of Washington A. Roebling, 2d, and Stephen W. Blackwell, Trenton victims of the Titanic horror, among those recovered and taken to Halifax by the morgue ship, Karl G. Roeblin...
New York Times
ROEBLING IS EXCUSED FROM JURY
17th April 1912
Special to The New York Times --- TRENTON, N. J., April 16---When the panel for the April term of the United States Grand Jury reported to-day, Charles G. Roebling, President of the John A. Roebling Sons Company, and father of Washingto...
Daily Home News
ROEBLING WENT DOWN IN TITANIC
19th April 1912
TRENTON, April 19---Ferdinand W. Roebling, jr., of 216 West Statestreet, late last night telephoned from New York to this city saying that neither Washington A. Roebling, 2d, nor Stephen W. Blackwell was among the rescued passengers on the Carpathia ...
San Francisco Call & Post
FUNERAL OF DR. DODGE TO BE HELD THURSDAY
1st July 1919
Page 8, column 3 Funeral services for Dr. Washington Dodge, who died yesterday at the St. Francis Hospital, will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock in the parlors of the N. Gray & Co., at Geary and Divisadero Streets. Bishop Willi...
The Times-Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia)
TITANIC SURVIVOR IS DEAD IN HOSPITAL
5th December 1912
Colonel Gracie Was One of Last Passengers to Leave Sinking White Star Liner---Had Lectured on That Disaster --- New York, December 4---Colonel Archibald Gracie, of Washington, one of the last passengers to leave ...
San Francisco Call & Post
DR. DODGE DIES AS RESULT OF WOUNDS
30th June 1919
Page 2, column 2 [Photo] Dr. Washington Dodge, former banker, supervisor, library trustee and assessor of San Francisco, died at 9:25 o'clock this morning at the St. Francis Hospital from a bullet wound self-inflicted a ...
The Courier
A ROMANCE OF THE TITANIC
17th May 1912
The circumstances of the case read like a romance....
MAJOR PEUCHEN ARRIVING IN TORONTO
Edmonton Daily Bulletin
MAJOR PEUCHEN ARRIVING IN TORONTO
29th April 1912
Titanic survivors from Canada including Major Peuchen...
Washington Star
COL. GRACIE DEAD
4th December 1912
Prominent Washington Survivor of Titanic Disaster END IN NEW YORK HOSPITAL Family Had Gone to Metropolis to Spend the Winter DAUGHTER'S RECENT DEBUT Lecture Delivered in This City...
New York Times
MRS. GAGE BLAMES ALL ON MRS. GRACIE
13th April 1912
Court Adjourns to Give District Attorney Time to Find Missing Witness --- C. J. BELL STILL NERVOUS --- Banker Insists Upon Mrs. Gage Being Returned to the Asylum for Fear of a Tragedy --- Special to The New Y...
Asbury Park Evening Press
GWINN FAMILY LEAVES SUDDENLY
27th April 1912
Mrs. William L. Gwinn, whose husband, a postal clerk on the Titanic stood at his post trying to save the mails as the ship went down, left Asbury Park suddenly yesterday with her two children. The Gwinn’s [sic] had moved to this city some weeks...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
BUTT A COURTIER TO DEATH, SAYS WOMAN
20th April 1912
Washington, April 19 – A graphic story of the heroism of Maj. Archibald W. Butt on the Titanic was told today in an interview given by Miss Marie Young, a former resident of Washington. Miss Young is believed to have been the last woman to leave the ...
Chicago Tribune
LONDON PAPERS ATTACK SMITH
26th April 1912
Several more papers severely attack the American inquiry. The Standard says Senator Smith "is rather less qualified for such a task than any individual picked up in an American street car."  The Morning Post...
New York Times
J. P. MORGAN IN ROME
17th March 1912
Arrives There from Naples with His Sister, Mrs. Burns --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- ROME, March 16---J. P. Morgan and his sister, Mrs. Burns, arrived from Naples this...
San Francisco Examiner
DR. DODGE'S FATE IS STILL IN DOUBT
24th June 1919
Page 16, column 8 "Fairly satisfactory," was the announcement made yesterday by Dr. John Gallwey touching the condition of Dr. Washington Dodge, who attempted last Saturday to end his life by shooting himself in the head. D...
Chicago Tribune
VERDICT ON 'RAISE THE TITANIC' : "LIFE IS TOO SHORT"
5th August 1980
Aaron Gold
TOWER TICKER ". . . . Film critic Pauline Kael, according to New York Post columnist Claudia Cohen, charged out of a press screening of "Raise the Titanic" mutterin...
Washington Times
DEATH OF MAJOR BUTT MOURNED BY WASHINGTONIANS
19th April 1912
Persons in Official and Private Life Speak Eulogistically of the President’s Military Aide Who Died---A Soldier --- Men of the United States army and navy, men who lived under the same roof---the men who knew Major Butt most intimately-...
Chicago Daily Journal
THOMAS WHITELEY : WIRELESS OPERATOR DIES
19th April 1912
Philips, the first Marconi operator aboard the Titanic, stuck to his post until the last, jumped from the sinking ship, was taken aboard the life-raft and died before rescuers reached him, according to the story told here today by Thomas Whitely. ...
Unidentified Newspaper
MAJOR BUTT MADE HIS WILL IN FEAR OF DEATH
19th April 1912
Mysteriously Warned That He Might Die on His Trip To and From Europe A mysterious warning that he would meet death on his trip abroad came to Major Archibald Butt before he left Washington. Six weeks ago, when the major determined on a European trip ...
New York Times
FOR BUTT-MILLET TITANIC MEMORIAL
23rd August 1912
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22---The House Committee on Library favorably reported to-day the Senate joint resolution to authorize the erection of a drinking fountain in this city as a joint memorial to Major Archibald W. Butt and Francis Millet, who we...
New York Times
LOVE FOR SEA PREVAILS
6th August 1912
--- Chief Barber on the Titanic Obtains Post on the Lusitania --- Special to The New York Times --- PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 5---Unable to resist traveling over the sea, August F. Weikman of Palmyra, N. J., who...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
RAHWAY MAN ON LOST SHIP
16th April 1912
Arthur Keefe Passenger on Liner Titanic ---------- SISTER ANXIOUSLY AWAITS NEWS OF DISASTER ---------- (Special to the Journal) Rahway, April 16---Almost frantic with anxiety and grief, Mrs. Margaret O’Brien...
New York Times
UNDERWOOD BUYS MAJOR BUTT'S HOUSE
23rd November 1912
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22---Representative Oscar Underwood of Alabama, Democratic leader of the House, completed to-day his purchase of the residence of Major Archibald D. [sic] Butt, former Military Aid under Presidents Roosevelt and Taft at the White Hou...
FIRST USE OF MORSE CODE
 
FIRST USE OF MORSE CODE
1844
Drawing...
STAND TO YOUR POST / BE BRITISH
 
STAND TO YOUR POST / BE BRITISH
June 1912
Recorded in London May or June 1912 ...
 
ADOLPHE SAALFELD POST-DISASTER

Saalfeld was in the First Class Smoking Room when the collision occurred; he was advised by a steward to go to the boat deck. In his cabin he had left samples of perfume that he was taking to America, but managed to pocket a menu card....
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM HEIRESS WED TO CORPORAL
1st October 1943
Mrs. Hazel McKinley Bride of Larry Leonard in Denver --- DENVER, Col., Sept. 30 (AP)---Mrs. Hazel Guggenheim McKinley, mining-family heiress, and Larry Leonard, an Army corporal, were married tonight at the home of Charles Ginsburg, Mrs...
New York Times
CONGRESS THANKS ROSTRON
2nd July 1912
Bill Providing for Gold Medal to Captain Goes to Taft --- WASHINGTON, July 1---The thanks of Congress are conveyed to Capt. Arthur H. Rostron and the officers and crew of the liner Carpathia, for their rescue of 704 survivors of...
 
THE MILLER'S SON

Albert Barker was born in the village of King's Worthy on the River Itchen in Hampshire, just a few miles upstream from the dock where Titanic would begin its voyage 19 years later. His father was a miller at nearby Abbot's W...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times
AN ASHTEAD VICTIM SAFE AGAINST ANYTHING BUT AN ICEBERG
April 1912
Another Surrey passenger on the Titanic was Mr. George H. Hunt, head-gardener at Ashtead Park. Mr. Hunt, who has for about four years been working in Philadelphia as head-gardener on a large estate, and who has a wife and two children living in that ...
New York Times
CHARLES G. ROEBLING, BRIDGE BUILDER., DIES
6th October 1918
Engineer and Philanthropist, Head of John A. Roebling's Sons Co. Expires in Trenton at 69 --- Charles Gustavus Roebling, millionaire philanthropist and engineer, who, with his brother, Washington Augustus Roebling, completed the constru...
Newark Evening News
WILL OF TITANIC VICTIM PROBATED
27th April 1912
TRENTON, April 27---The will of Stephen Weart Blackwell, who perished on the Titanic, was filed for probate yesterday. No inventory of the estate was given. Harry and William Blackwell, brothers, and Jonathan H. Blackwell, father, are the executors...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE MAY NOT RECOVER FROM WOUND
24th June 1919
Page 14, columns 3-4 Dr. Washington Dodge, who attempted suicide Saturday by shooting, is in a critical condition at the St. Francis hospital with little hope of recovery, according to Dr. John Gallwey, who is attending him. ...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE STILL IN SERIOUS CONDITION
23rd June 1919
Page 4, column 3 Dr. Washington Dodge, who attempted suicide on Saturday night, is still in a critical condition at the St. Francis Hospital. Dr. John Gallwey, who performed the operation, said that the bullet wound was com...
Chicago Evening Post
ASSERTS CELTIC SAVED TWO FROM THE TITANIC
22nd April 1912
Indiana Man Declares Officer and Woman Steerage Passenger Were Rescued Muncie, Ind., April 22—That the White Star liner Celtic, which followed closely in the path of the ill-fated Titanic, picked up an officer and a wom...
Washington Times
MRS. DESHLER HEARS HER SISTER-IN-LAW IS SAFE; NO WORD FROM BROTHER
16th April 1912
"God grant that my brother, too, is safe," said Mrs. Frances Silvey Deshler of the Wilmington apartments Wyoming avenue northwest, when told today by a Times' reporter that her sister-in-law, Mrs. William B. Silvey, of Duluth, Minn., was among the pa...
New York Times
MONUMENT TO BUTT SOON
19th June 1913
Promoters Almost Ready to Start Work on Fountain --- WASHINGTON, June 18---Work on the foundation for the fountain to be erected to the memory of Major Archibald W. Butt, Military Aid to President Taft, and Francis Millet, the arti...
New York Times
PRESIDENT TAFT STUNNED
16th April 1912
Wires White Star Line for News of Major Butt --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 15---President Taft did not know of the sinking of the Titanic or of the danger of his old friend, Major Archibald Butt, ...
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 ...
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, ...
Trenton Evening Times
GIVE UP HOPE FOR ROEBLING AND BLACKWELL
18th April 1912
Failure to receive word from either Washington A. Roebling II or Stephen W. Blackwell, following the arrival of the Carpathia with the Titanic’s survivors in New York tonight seems to confirm what has been generally believed from the first, that thes...
Washington Herald
W. B. SILVEY KNOWN HERE
19th April 1912
Missing Titanic Passenger's Family Prominent in Army --- William B. Silvey, who is one of the missing passengers of the ill-fated Titanic, is well known in Washington. His father was a lieutenant colonel in the First United States Arti...
Southport Visitor
MR. JAMES WALPOLE
18th April 1912
As stated in Tuesdays Visitor among the crew of the ill fated liner was Mr. James Walpole, brother of Mr. Horace Walpole, of 17 Line-street, Southport and brother-in-law of the late Mr. W. E. Browne. A native of Southport...
MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH AND HER SON
New York Tribune
MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH AND HER SON
15th April 1913
Bride who was widowed by the Titanic disaster and babe whose father went down with the ship BRIDE, WIDOW, MOTHER, ALL WITHIN A YEAR Anniversary of Titanic Disaster Recalls Experience of Mrs. E...
Unidentified Newspaper
BODY OF ARTIST MILLET CREMATED
1912
The funeral of the late Frank D. Millet, the well known artist and one of the victims of the Titanic disaster, was held yesterday afternoon at the Mt. Auburn cemetery chapel. ...
New York Times
RED CROSS BOARD FILLS VACANCIES
10th December 1931
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (AP)---Chief Justice Hughes presided today as the incorporators of the American Red Cross elected five new members to fill vacancies caused by deaths. Those named were Newton D. Baker, Frank T. Heffelfinger of Minneapolis, J. Fran...
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...
Daily Mail
FATE OF A FAMILY
18th April 1912
Parents and Nine Children in Titanic Page 6 On board the Titanic were eleven residents of Peterborough, Mr. and Mrs. John Sage, of Gladstone-street, and their nine children, whose ages range from twenty-two to five years. M...
New York Times
MRS. GRACIE DROPS WILL SUIT
3rd May 1923
Special to the New York Times --- WASHINGTON. May 2--- Mrs. Constance Shack Gracie, widow of Colonel Archibald Gracie, U. S. A., who lost his life from exposure in the Titanic disaster, has abandoned her attempt to establish an alleged ...
New York Times
TITANIC SURVIVOR EDITH GRACIE DIES
2nd January 1919
Mrs. Edith Temple Gracie Adams, wife of Captain Dunbar Adams, and daughter of the late Colonel Archibald Gracie of Washington, died Tuesday of pneumonia, following influenza, at the Nursery and Child's Hospital. Mrs. Adams was a survivor of...
Chicago Tribune
TITANIC GOT WARNING OF PERIL FROM ICEBERGS
17th April 1912
Amerika Encountered Menace in the Path of Ill-Fated ship and Sent Wireless Messages of Position...
San Francisco Call & Post
DR. DODGE SHOOTS SELF; MAY DIE
23rd June 1919
Page 2, column 8 Dr. Washington Dodge's condition was declared today to be still serious as a result of his attempt to end his life Saturday night when he shot himself through the head. While the bullet wound was comparatively insigni...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE DIES AT LOCAL HOSPITAL
1st July 1919
Section 2, page 13, columns 7-8 [Photo] Gunshot Wound, Inflicted in Attempt to Kill Himself June 21, Causes Death RELATIVES AT BEDSIDE Financier and Ex-Assessor Unconscious for 3 Days Befo...
Washington Times
FRANCIS D. MILLET, SOLDIER, PAINTER, AND CONNOISSEUR
16th March 1912
Francis D. Millet, while comparatively unknown even to Washingtonians, despite the fact that he has made this city his home for years, and has given the best of his artistic life toward the beautification of Washington, was one of the city’s most pic...
New York Times
MEDALS FOR RESCUING CREW
23rd April 1912
Bill Introduced in House to Decorate Men on the Carpathia --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 22---Representative Francis of Ohio to-day introduced a resolution calling for Federal recognition and deco...
New York Times
SENATORS GREET ROSTRON
10th December 1912
Hero of Titanic Disaster Warmly Welcomed in Congress --- WASHINGTON, Dec. 9---Capt. Arthur S. [sic] Rostron, who drove the steamship Carpathia at full speed through a sea of icebergs to the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic disaste...
Washington Times
TITANIC MAIL CLERK'S WIFE ANXIOUSLY WAITS FOR NEWS ABOUT HIM
17th April 1912
Mrs. Lelia Woody, wife of O. S. Woody, United States mail clerk aboard the Titanic, is in Clifton, Va., today, anxiously awaiting news of the disaster, and hoping against hope he did not go down with the wrecked steamer. Woody ...
Trenton Evening Times
STANLEY AND HARRIS NOT ON THE TITANIC
17th April 1912
Frank Stanley, the chauffeur who motored Mr. Roebling's son, Washington A. Roebling II and Stephen W. Blackwell through Europe, was not a passenger on the doomed Titanic but was safe in New York....
Chicago Daily News
'EARS' OF TITANIC FAIL
17th April 1912
Local Hydrographic Experts Tell of Device on Bows to Catch Vibrations. Iceberg’s Drift Noiseless Operator of Submarine Phone Probably Crushed At His Post When Prow Was Smashed A ship’s “ear...
Newark Evening News
ROEBLING LAST SEEN WAVING TO LIFEBOATS
20th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 20---The last seen of Washington A. Roebling 2d by friends among the survivors of the Titanic was as he stood waving a farewell to one of the lifeboats as it left the vessel. Trenton, N. J., relatives yesterday had an interview with ...
Cork Examiner
ECHO OF DISASTER : BOAT PICKED UP BODIES ON BOARD
16th May 1912
New York, Wednesday The White Star Line has received a marconigram from the Oceanic, dated May 13th, latitude 39.56, longitude 47.01, reporting that she had picked up a collapsible boat of the Titan...
San Francisco Examiner
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE TRIES SUICIDE; MAY DIE
22nd June 1919
Page 1, column 1, continued page 6, column 4 [Photo] Mind of S.F. Leader Fails; Shoots Self Former Assessor Uses Revolver in Garage at Home; Found by Wife; Taken to Hospital Suit Brought i...
New York Times
WILLIAM E. CARTER DIVORCED
16th June 1914
Wife Gets Decree at Philadelphia--Both Titanic Survivors --- Special to The New York Times --- PHILADELPHIA, June 15---Mrs. Lucille Polk Carter, daughter of Mrs. Stewart Polk of Baltimore, widely known in society circles i...
Trenton Evening Times
ROEBLING SAID GOODBYE TO FRIENDS AND THEN PERISHED WITH BLACKWELL, HIS COMPANION
19th April 1912
"You will be back with us on the ship again soon", were the last words of Washington A. Roebling, II, so far as Trenton relatives know. In an interview this morning at the Waldorf-Astoria between Miss Caroline Bonnell and Ferdinand W. Roebling,...
 
TITANIC LOOKOUT REGINAL LEE DEATH CERTIFICATE
1913
Certified Copy of an Entry of Death Regist...
New York Times
MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH REWEDS
11th April 1923
HUNTINGTON, W. Va., Apr. 10---Mrs. Eloise Hughes Smith, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, to whom a divorce was granted a month ago from Robert P. Daniel of Philadelphia, another survivor of the same disaster, was married Saturday at Ironton, Ohio,...
Washington Times
MRS. MOORE AWAITS WORD OF HUSBAND
18th April 1912
W. B. Hibbs, Who Went To New York, Not Yet Heard From --- No word from W. B. Hibbs was received at the residence of Clarence Moore this morning. Mr. Hibbs went to New York yesterday to obtain all possible information about Mr. Moore, w...
Lincoln Daily News
MAJOR BUTT DESTROYED PAPERS
29th April 1912
Mrs. Cassebeer statement...
The Stevens Point Journal
FATED SHIPS HOLD AFIRE
27th April 1912
Fireman Details How Flames Broke Out In Coal Bunkers After Leaving Southampton and Steamship Was Rushed Westward So That Blaze Might Be Extinguished in New York Port. ...
Jersey Observer
ROBERT HOPKINS, HERO OF TITANIC, DIES IN HOBOKEN
18th November 1943
The funeral of Robert J. Hopkins, 77, of 1035 Garden street, Hoboken, one of the heroes of the disastrous sinking of the Titanic in mid-Atlantic in 1912, will be held at 8 a. m. tomorrow from the Bosworth Funeral Home, 311 Willow avenue, Hoboken....
Western Morning News
FROM THE WESTCOUNTRY
20th April 1912
Captain and Mrs. T. Hoskings (sic), 17, The Green, Shaldon, received a telegram yesterday from Mr. Bock (the former’s cousin), now in America, to the effect that he had travelled down to New York, 300 miles from his home, hoping to meet their son amo...
 
MEMORIAL (9)

There is a new memorial in the Lifeboat House at Scarborough which was unveiled in April 2002 and reads: HMS Conway Trust Memorial James Paul Moody O.C. 6th Officer Titanic Born Scarborough, 21 August 1887...
The Washington Times
LAST RITES FOR COL. GRACIE TO BE HELD TOMORROW
5th December 1912
News of Death Saddens Friends in Capital, Where He Made His Home --- Funeral services for Col. Archibald Gracie, retired, survivor of the Titanic disaster, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from Calvary Ch...
New York Times
MRS. MARY GAGE SANE
23rd April 1912
Must Now Answer Charge of Threatening Charles J. Bell. --- WASHINGTON, April 22---Mrs. Mary E. Gage of this city was adjudged of sound mind to-day, and to-morrow she mst [sic] face a police charge of making dangerous threats. Mrs. Gage...
Washington Times
ARCHIBALD BUTT, MILITARY AIDE TO PRESIDENT TAFT
16th April 1912
Major Archibald de Grafenreid Willingham Butt, who was on the Titanic, was returning to Washington on sick leave, and expected to resume his duties as military aide to President Taft at once. Suffering from that mild poisoning which follows an unendi...
The Tribune
60 YEARS AGO THE TITANIC WENT DOWN
15th April 1972
Bob Considine
Sixty years on, Washington Dodge recalls the night he survived the sinking of the Titanic....
Toronto Daily Star
JUMPED INTO LIFEBOAT
19th April 1912
H.B. Stephenson Account...
New York Times
CAPT. ROSTRON TO RECEIVE MEDAL TO-MORROW
27th February 1913
Special to The New York Times --- Feb. 26---Capt. A. H. Rostron, who drove the Carpathia at full steam through a sea of broken ice to rescue the survivors of the shipwrecked Titanic, will come to Washington on Friday to receive a gold m...
The Sun (New York)
THINKS HE SAW CAPT. SMITH
21st July 1921
Retired Mariner Who Has Been Ill Makes Statement --- Baltimore, Md., July 20--The statement that Capt. E. J. Smith, commander of the ill fated Titanic, was not drowned, but was seen yesterday morning in Baltimore...
 
REV. WYNELL HENRY CARTER (BROTHER OF REV. ERNEST CARTER)

At the time of the tragedy in 1912 the Exeter Flying Post newspaper reported that Rev. Ernest Courtenay's brother was Rector of St Mary Arches Church in Exeter, Devon. Rev. Wynell Henry Carter was a younger brother, born at Compton Beauchamp, Berksh...
The Washington Times
TITANIC CAPTAIN "SEEN" ON STREET IN BALTIMORE
21st July 1912
BALTIMORE. Md., July 21---Peter Pryal, formerly quartermaster on the steamship Majestic, of the White Star line, and long since retired, declares that he has seen Captain Smith, commander of the Titanic, on the street ...
THE BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN, 1913
 
THE BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN, 1913
1913
The Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain was erected by the contributions of friends of Major Archibald Willingham Butt and Francis Davis Millet. "The 8-foot-high fountain is composed of a marble shaft of simple Neo-c...
New York Times
NATHAN STRAUS TOLD
18th April 1912
That Isidor and Mrs. Straus Were Not Saved---Son Doesn't Know Yet --- A cablegram was sent yesterday to Nathan Straus, who is in Rome, breaking the news to him that Isidor Straus and Mrs. Straus are among the missing from the Titanic di...
 
MR. & MRS. E. A. SANDERS (UNCLE AND AUNT)

In April 1912 the Exeter Flying Post newspaper reported that Titanic victim, Mrs. Lilian Carter, was a neice of Mrs. E. A. Sanders of Stoke House. Mrs. Lilian Carter (formerly Hughes) was a daughter of Thomas Hughes and Frances (formerly Ford)...
ET Comment
THE RECORD SPEAKS!
13th December 2006
Tad Fitch, Sam Halpern and Bill Wormstedt
In his latest opinion piece, Senan Molony said that it is important to bear in mind that Hugh Woolner is merely a battleground for the real issue, the claim that Collapsible C “left the Titanic close to her climactic consummation.” Yet, the final ...
Southern Daily Echo
LINK WITH THE TITANIC: DEATH OF LOOK-OUT MAN AT SOUTHAMPTON
8th August 1913
A notable figure among the survivors of the Titanic has been removed by death at the Sailors' Home at Southampton on Tuesday of Reginald Robinson Lee, on whom an inquest was held by the Borough Coroner (Mr. H. K. Pope) yesterday afternoon. Le...
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....
Wiltshire Times
TITANIC WIRELESS OPERATOR
20th April 1912
Son of Trowbridgian: Relatives in the Town The man who sent the fateful SOS wireless appeal for assistance - the Marconi Operator aboard the Titanic - is Mr. John George Phillips, son of Mr. G. A. Phillips, of Francombe, near Godalming...
Chicago American
300 OF TITANIC'S PASSENGERS WERE BOOKED AT PARIS
16th April 1912
News of the Titanic disaster has caused the utmost excitment here, especially in the American colony......
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser
MR. AND MRS. CHAPMAN
April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Liskeard, were also among the lost. Mrs. Chapman declining to go without her husband. Mrs. Hocking tells of how Mrs. Chapman was behind her when they were getting into the lifeboat. But when Sarah found that her husband J...
Cedar Rapids Gazette
MRS. WALTER DOUGLAS DIED IN CALIFORNIA
22nd April 1945
Page 1A Mrs. Walter D. Douglas died Saturday afternoon at her home in Pasadena, Calif., according to word received by Mrs. George B. Dutton, 2224 Country Club Parkway SE. Funeral services will be announced later. Mrs. Doug...
New York Tribune
VANDERBILTS' CLOSE CALL
30th April 1912
Cancelled Passage on Titanic at Insistence of Mrs. Dresser...
Unidentified Newspaper
ISMAY SAILS FOR ENGLAND
May 1912
J. Bruce Ismay, president of the International Mercantile Marine, sailed for his home in England today on the White Star liner Adriatic....
Trenton Evening Times
SKETCH OF BLACKWELL
19th April 1912
Mr. Blackwell was the eldest son of former Senator and Mrs. Jonathan H. Blackwell of 167 West State Street. He was a widower and associated with his father in the wholesale grocery business. Besides his parents, Mr. Blackwell is survived by a sister,...
New York Times
MISS MARIE YOUNG DIES
29th July 1959
Survivor of Titanic Was 83---Had Been Piano Teacher --- AMSTERDAM, N. Y., July 28 (AP)---Miss Marie C. Young, one of the survivors of the Titanic ship disaster, died yesterday at a rest home near here. Her age was 83. Mis...
New York Times
FIGHT TITANIC VICTIM'S WILL
23rd May 1912
Brother and Sister of George Rosenshine Start Contest --- The validity of the will of George Rosenshine, a retired wholesale dealer in feathers and flowers, who perished on the Titanic, is being contested by his brother, Max Rosenshine,...
San Francisco Examiner
DEATH HOVERING OVER DR. DODGE; END IS EXPECTED
29th June 1919
Page5, column 2 Former City Assessor Rapidly Sinking After Week's Fight for Life. Dr. Washington Dodge, banker and former Assessor of San Francisco, is dying in St. Francis Hospital, and cannot possibly live more than ...
Raleigh Herald
VOTE FOR J.A. HUGHES.
1917
The Man Who Will Look After Your Business Affairs in Washington – A Man of Vision, Ability, and Broad Experience. ...
The Mathews Journal (Mathews Court House, Virginia)
DOUBT STORY OF CAPTAIN PRYAL
1st August 1912
WHITE STAR MANAGEMENT DO NOT BELIEVE HE MET WITH CAPTAIN SMITH --- LONDON, Special---The story told by Captain Peter Pryal, of Baltimore, to the effect that he met Captain Smith, the commander of the Titanic, who was...
The Washington Herald
SEES CAPT. SMITH, AND THEN CALLS PHYSICIAN
21st July 1912
Baltimore, July 20---Peter Pryal, a wealthy, retired mariner, of this city, who was a shipmate of Capt. Smith, of the Titanic, for seventeen years, declared to-day that he saw Capt Smith in Baltimore yesterday and talked ...
Hampshire Advertiser
LINK WITH TITANIC - DEATH OF THE LOOK-OUT MAN AT SOUTHAMPTON
9th August 1913
A noticeable figure among the survivors of the Titanic has been removed by the death at the Sailors’ Home Southampton on Tuesday of Reginald Robinson Lee, on whom an inquest was held by the Borough Coroner (Mr. H. K. Pope) on Friday afternoo...
New York Times
FOR BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL (1)
24th October 1913
Fountain to Titanic Victims to be Erected Near White House --- WASHINGTON, Oct. 23---Plans will be completed in the near future for the dedication of a fountain erected south of the White House in honor of the memories ...
Huntington Herald Dispatch (West Virginia)
SMITH FUNERAL PLANS DELAYED : PROMINENT HUNTINGTON WOMAN DEAD; SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
9th May 1940
Funeral arrangements for Mrs. Mary Eloise Hughes Smith, 47, 1140 Fifth Avenue, who died unexpectedly in a Cincinnati, Ohio sanitarium yesterday at 5 A.M., were incomplete last night. Plans were withheld, members of the family said, pending word...
Washington Times
CAPT. SMITH ENDED LIFE WHEN TITANIC BEGAN TO FOUNDER
19th April 1912
Stories of His Suicide Differ, One Woman Asserting He Shot Himself, and Another Describing His Drowning --- Unable to bear the terrible strain of the disaster that overtook his mighty ship, Capt. E. J. Smith killed himself and gave to t...
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...
The Globe
TRAGIC HONEYMOONS
18th April 1912
Among the passengers of the ill-fated Titanic were number honeymoon couples, whose names, according to the Chronicle, are as follow......
Le Mémorial des Pyrénées
MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT (LE MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT)
18th April 1912
President Taft sent messages everywhere he could, so anxious was he about the fate of his aide-de-camp major Archibald Butt. ...
Chicago Daily News
SEEKS NEWS OF BROTHER-IN-LAW
19th April 1912
“Is my brother-in-law alive? His name is C. Joughin, and he was a baker on the Titanic.” This question was asked of The Daily News to-day by G. Woodward, 2520 Washington boulevard. Names of members of the crew of the Tit...
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 ...
Chicago Inter Ocean
MARINE INSURANCE LOSS $9,980,000 IN THREE MONTHS
19th April 1912
The Daily Consular and Trade Reprt issued tonight publishes this statement credited to the London Financial Times: "During the first three months of this year, forty-seven vessels, representing $8,813,000, became losses under Ma...
 
LETTER SENT BY JOHN HARPER FROM THE TITANIC
11th April 1912
A letter written on board on company notepaper exists it reads: My Dear Brother Young, I am penning you this line just before we get in to Queenstown to assure you that I have not forgotten you and especially all your kindness while w...
 
CONTEMPORARY OBITUARY : HENRY WILDE
1912
THE appalling disaster to the Titanic has taken away, in the person of Lieut, H. T. Wilde, RNR, one of the most promising officers serving with the White Star Line. Lieut. Wilde, who was chief officer of the Titanic, commenced his sea career in the s...
New York Times
HAROLD BRIDE RESTING
21st April 1912
blurb...
New York Times
MRS. HELEN C. CANDEE SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES
24th August 1949
Page 25, column 2 YORK HARBOR, ME., Aug 23 Mrs. Helen Churchill Candee, author and lecturer, of this place and Washington, D.C., died here today after a brief illness. She was 90 years old. Mrs. Candee, an authority on tapes...
Asbury Park Evening Press
PENSION FAMILIES OF LOST CLERKS
23rd April 1912
Congress would give $10,000 to Each---Mrs. Gwinn of This City Would Benefit ---------- WASHINGTON, April 23---Resolutions authorizing $10,000 appropriations for the families of each of the three postal clerks who lost their lives on the...
New York Times
CONSOLE PHILLIPS'S PARENTS
21st April 1912
Flood of Telegrams of Sympathy Reaches Them from All England....
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...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE DYING, IS REPORT
28th June 1919
Page 1, column 4 Dr. Washington Dodge, banker, former county Assessor and former Supervisor, who shot himself in the head Saturday night, is dying at the St. Francis Hospital, according to reports from his bedside today. Si...
New York Times
CAPT. ROSTRON GETS MEDAL
2nd March 1913
Taft and Bryce Both Praising the Titanic Rescuer --- WASHINGTON, March 1---President Taft presented to Capt. Arthur H. Rostron to-day the gold medal authorized by Congress for his courage and gallantry in rescuing the survivors of the T...
New York Times
PRESIDENT'S SON STAR AT RECITAL
21st April 1907
Quentin Roosevelt, Miss Young's Pupil, Renders Three Numbers on the Piano --- [Two irrelevant subheadlines omitted.] --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 20---[Ei...
Chicago Daily Journal
TITANIC WAS UNSAFE
16th January 1914
 SAYS TITANIC WAS UNSAFE Steward, Suing for Injury in Wreck Says Precautions Were Disregarded [Associated Press Cablegram] London, Jan. 16—The plea that the Titanic was unseaworthy when she l...
 
ELIZABETH WALTON ALLEN : FAMILY INFORMATION

Elizabeth Walton Allen was born on 1st October 1882 in St. Louis, Missouri. She was the daughter of George Washington Allen (1853-1917)a Judge from St. Louis and Lydia Jeanette McMillen (b. 1853)from Indiana. They married on 21st June 1876 in S...
The Washington Herald
DEATH OF GRACIE SHOCKS CAPITAL
5th December 1912
Titanic Survivor, in Ill Health for Some Time, Expires in New York --- HELPED MANY WOMEN INTO SHIP'S LIFEBOATS --- His Book on "The Truth About the Titanic" Was Soon to Have Been Issued ---...
New York Times
DR. CHARLES D. EASTON DIES AFTER OPERATION
5th October 1934
Physician Here and in Newport, of Distinguished Ancestry, Had Served in the War Dr. Charles D. Easton of 510 Park Avenue, who had practiced medicine in Newport, R.I., for many years and in this city since the Armistice, died yesterday ...
Washington Post
TITANIC'S WIRELESS CHIEF DIED ON A LIFERAFT
20th April 1912
New York. April 19.—Philips [sic], the first Marconi operator aboard the Titanic, stuck to his post till the last, jumped from the sinking ship, was taken aboard the life raft, and died before rescuers reached him, according to th...
Unidentified Newspaper
WITNESSES PROVE STUMBLING BLOCK
May 1912
Recalcitrant witnesses hinder Senate inquiry; Senator Smith fails to establish facts......
Chicago Examiner
INVESTIGATORS SEND TUG 25 MILES DOWN HARBOR TO TAKE SAILOR OFF LINER; INQUIRY GOES TO WASHINGTON TO PREVENT TAMPERING WITH WITNESSES.
21st April 1912
New York, April 20---The Senate committee appointed to investigate the sinking of the liner Titanic closed a day of unearthing developments of supreme importance by having Quartermaster Hichens of the Titanic taken from the outgoing liner Lapland ...
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"...
 
ACCOUNT BY GERALD DUQUEMIN

His brother, Gerald, of Capelle's Building Stores, Guernsey, takes up the story: ''I was only ten years old at the time the Titanic went down but I can remember very well what results the sinking brought home. We heard about it on the ...
New York Times
THINKS CAPT. SMITH IS ALIVE
21st July 1912
Baltimore Mariner Declares He Met Titanic Commander in Street --- Special to The New York Times --- BALTIMORE, Md., July 20---Capt. Peter Pryal, one of the oldest mariners in Baltimore and well known in shipping...
DEBUTANTE, BRIDE, WIDOW, MOTHER – AND ALL IN COURSE OF ONE SHORT YEAR
Waterloo Times-Tribune
DEBUTANTE, BRIDE, WIDOW, MOTHER – AND ALL IN COURSE OF ONE SHORT YEAR
22nd November 1912
Honeymoon trip to Europe brought to an abrupt and tragic end by the Titanic disaster ...
 
BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN CERTIFICATE OF DEATH
1963
DIVISION OF RECORDS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN CERTIFICATE OF DEATH # 1...
New York Herald
MR. W. ROEBLING, 2D, AMONG PASSENGERS
17th April 1912
TRENTON, N.J. Monday - Washington Roebling, II a son of Charles G. Roebling, president of the John A. Roebling Sons Company, the Roebling Construction Company and the New Jersey Wire Cloth Company, who was a passenger on board the Titanic, togethe...
New York Times
BOY WIRELESS SAVED THEM
19th April 1912
Rescues Resulted from Coltain's [sic] Untiring Devotion to Duty --- Harold Thomas Cottam, the wireless operator of the Carpathia, through whose efforts more than to any one [sic] else the saving of a part of the Titanic's passengers wa...
News Tribune
KING OF HOPS: THE LEGACY OF HERMAN KLABER
12th April 2001
Bart Ripp
CURTIS, Lewis County – Come spring in the Boistfort Valley, hops pop up, green and fragrant, in the hay fields. Boistfort Elementary School sits next to a big hay field where hops sprout, searching the sky for support. The only clue to...
Newark Evening News
HOPE LODGE TO MOURN DEATH OF ITS MASTER
19th April 1912
A special meeting of Hope Lodge No. 124, F. and A. M., of East Orange, which, arranged some time ago, was to have been in the nature of a red-letter day for the master, W. Anderson Walker, will take the form of a lodge of sorrow. The meeting is to b...
New York Post
LOYAL, SAYS TAFT OF BUTT
19th April 1912
Aide Was Like a Member of His Family, President Declares....
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE MAY RECOVER: HAD BEEN GUARDED
24th June 1919
Page 3, column 4 Attending Physician Says Financier Who Shot Self Might Live Dr. Washington Dodge, who shot himself Saturday afternoon, is still in a critical condition at St. Francis Hospital, but now has a small chan...
Washington Times
MRS. CANDEE TELLS OF TRAGIC SCENES AS STEAMER SANK
19th April 1912
Washington Woman Says Officers Demanded That Women Go First --- By GORDON MACKAY, Staff Correspondent --- NEW YORK, April 19---From the feeble, trembling lips of an aged woman comes the story that tears away the veil of my...
New York Times
MISS GUGGENHEIM, DIVORCEE, TO WED
12th December 1922
Youngest Daughter of Late Copper Magnate to Marry Milton S. Waldman in Paris --- GOT RECENT FRENCH DECREE --- Fiance of Heiress, the Former Wife of S. M. Kempner, Was Lately a New York Newspaper Man --- Word ...
Hampshire Advertiser
FATALITY IN THE DOCKS.
28th March 1914
A gruesome accident at Southampton Dock leads to the death of Titanic survivor William Henry Taylor....
Dumfries and Galloway Standard and Advertiser
MR. WILLIAM MURDOCH (1)
11th May 1912
Mrs. Murdoch the widow of the late Lieutenant Murdoch, First Officer of the ill-fated liner, has received the following letter: Hotel Continental, Washington, April 24th, 1912. Dear Mrs. Murdoch, - I am writing on behalf of the surviving officers to ...
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...
Southampton Echo
TITANIC SURVIVOR FOUND HANGED
11th January 1965
Mr. Frederick Fleet (76), Titanic survivor-the lookout who said at the Inquiry he could have saved the disaster-was found dead, hanged, at his home in Norman-road, Freemantle, Southampton, yesterday. His brother-in-law with whom he lived, Mr. ...
Chicago Inter Ocean
OUT TO BEAT RECORD
23rd April 1912
Titanic was out “to beat all records on maiden trips....
Swindon Advertiser
SWINDON PASSENGERS ON BOARD
16th April 1912
THE TITANIC DISATER SWINDON PASSENGERS ON BOARD RETIRED GWR FOREMAN AMONGST THE PASSENGERS MR AND MRS BEN HOWARD TRAVELLED ON THE TITANIC "THE AWFUL SUSPENSE...
New York Times
VICTOR SALVATORE, SCULPTOR, IS DEAD
12th April 1965
Victor Salvatore, a sculptor, died Saturday at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. He was 80 years old. Mr. Salvatore is represented in the collections of a number of museums and galleries, including the Metropolitan Museum of Ar...
New York Times
R. W. DANIEL WED TO MRS. CAMPBELL
7th December 1923
Vice President of Liberty National Bank Marries Daughter of W. C. Durant in Newark *** Robert W. Daniel of 19 West Sixty-ninth Street, Vice President of the Liberty National Bank of this city, and Mrs. Marjorie Durant Campbell of 635 P...
Washington Times
STEERAGE SURVIVOR HERE TELLS OF STILL ANOTHER REAL HERO
22nd April 1912
Mary Glynn Declares Young Irishman Refused Seat in Lifeboat Maritime speed mania was the cause of the accident off the Newfoundland banks last Monday morning, which took as its awful toll 1,535 human lives and more t...
Camden Post-Telegram
SURVIVOR HERE IN ROLLER CHAIR
19th April 1912
Titanic'’s Barber Tells of His Terrible Experience on Sinking Liner --- SAVED BY RAFT OF CAMP STOOLS --- Augustus H. Whiteman, [sic] whose rescue from the Titanic was told of in yesterday’s Post-Telegram, pas...
Whitehaven News
LOCAL CONNECTION WITH TITANIC DISASTER
2nd May 1912
The Blackburn Times of the 20th inst. contains the following account of an interview with Mr. James Shepherd, son of the late Mr. Jonathan Shepherd, formerly of Whitehaven, and now residing at Blackburn, whose son, Mr. Jonathan Shepherd, was one of t...
Jersey Journal
FEAR JERSEY CITY GIRL'S FIANCÉ WENT DOWN WITH THE TITANIC
23rd April 1912
A few hours after the Titanic with hundreds of her passengers and crew went down to their ocean grave a letter was received in this city by Miss Sarah Weir of 173 Clendenny Avenue, from her sweetheart, Peter Sloan, chief electrician of the ill-...
M. FALLIERES SENDS MESSAGES TO KING GEORGE AND PRESIDENT TAFT
Le Petit Journal
M. FALLIERES SENDS MESSAGES TO KING GEORGE AND PRESIDENT TAFT
17th December 1908
President of French Republic feels concerned about Major Butt...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE'S WIFE TELLS STORY OF TITANIC WRECK
30th April 1912
Reaches Home with Husband and Son after Terrible Experience at Sea. Seated in the library of her home on Washington street, amid a profusion of flowers sent by friends to express their welcome home, Mrs. Washington Dodge again told th...
Washington Herald
MRS. CANDEE LAUDS MAJ. BUTT'S HEROISM
19th April 1912
Mrs. Churchill Candee
"The Action of Men of the Titanic Was Noble," She Writes --- By MRS. CHURCHILL CANDEE, Of Washington. --- New York, April 18---The action of the men on the Titanic was noble. They stood back in every instance that ...
Daily East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon, USA
SOUTH AMERICAN TRADE BOOMERS AT ST. LOUIS
23rd December 1914
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 22---With eight hundred delegates representing all sections of the United States and all interested in the extension of American trade to foreign countries, particularly South America and the West...
Unidentified Newspaper
DUMFRIES TITANIC VICTIMS
1912
Memorial unveiled on Dock Park. A very impressive ceremony, and one which attracted much public attention, took place on Saturday afternoon when the handsome memorial which has been erected on the Dock Park in honour of John Law Hume, ...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE IN CRITICAL STATE
23rd June 1919
Page 11, column 7 Operation at St. Francis Hospital Shows Recovery to Be Doubtful Dr. Washington Dodge, who attempted suicide on Saturday night, was in a critical condition at the St. Francis Hospital yesterday. ...
SURVIVOR OF WRECKED TITANIC COMES TO LIVE HERE AS BRIDE
Unidentified Newspaper
SURVIVOR OF WRECKED TITANIC COMES TO LIVE HERE AS BRIDE
11th December 1912
Mr and Mrs Bert Pickett Though Trenton lost two prominent residents by the sinking of the Titanic last spring, this city today also has a survivor in the person of Mrs Bert Pickett of 140 Passaic St., ...
Denver Times
MRS. STOIBER-ROOD DENIES REPORT HUSBAND IS ALIVE
19th April 1912
Says She Has Positive Evidence He Lost His Life on Titanic Disaster. Recent reports from London that a man seen there had been partially identified as Hugh R. Rood, supposed to have been one of the Titanic victims in April, 1912, have ...
Standard Union
COL. ASTOR BURIED IN GRAVE BESIDE MOTHER
4th May 1912
Body Brought to Manhattan After Funeral Services at Rhinecliff --- The body of John Jacob Astor was buried this afternoon beside the grave of his mother in Trinity Cemetery, on Washington Heights. The funeral services were held at Rhin...
Washington Times
SURVIVOR TELLS OF THE HEROISM OF CLARENCE MOORE
22nd April 1912
Robert W. Daniels Says Banker Went to His Death Like a Man --- Stories of the heroism and resignation with which Clarence Moore, the well-known local banker and horseman of international repute, went to his death on the deck of the Tita...
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...
New York Times
TITANIC LOOKOUT IS DEAD BY HANGING AFTER WIFE'S DEATH
12th January 1965
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Jan. 11 (Reuters)--- Authorities today ordered an inquest into the death of Fred Fleet, a lookout on the liner Titanic, who hanged himself yesterday two weeks after his wife's death. The body of Mr. Fleet, who was 76 years o...
Hampshire Advertiser
ISLAND COUNTY COURT : A TITANIC CASE
3rd August 1912
This Court was held at Newport, on Wednesday before Judge Gye. Mr. Hiscock mentioned a case arising out of the disaster of the Titanic, that of a Newport man, named Chiverton [sic], a first-class ...
New York Times
R. W. DANIEL MARRIES MRS. C. B. CHRISTIAN
11th October 1929
President of Liberty National Bank Weds as Third Wife Distant Relative in Virginia --- Special to The New York Times --- RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 10---Robert W. Daniel, president of the Liberty National Bank of New York, and Mr...
 
FRIENDS FOR LIFE

Randy Bryan Bigham
Fifty-five year old Ella White, the wealthy widow of a Manhattan businessman, was short and stout with an outspoken, often brash personality. Her companion, Marie Grice Young, 36, tall, slim and soft-spoken, was a music teacher from Washington. The p...
Washington Herald
STEERAGE SURVIVOR TELLS STORY OF WRECK
22nd April 1912
Miss Mary Glynn, Visiting Relatives in Washington, Praises Heroism of Passengers on Titanic---Women Tried to Save Men --- The heroic deeds of some of the first and second cabin passengers, as the giant Titanic was preparing for her fina...
The Washington Herald
STILL INSISTS HE SAW CAPT. SMITH

Baltimore Man Tells How It Would Have Been Possible to Have Been Rescued --- Special to The Washington Herald --- Baltimore. Md., July 23---Still emphatic in his assertions that he saw Capt. E. J. Smith, ...
San Francisco Bulletin
SUICIDAL BULLET IS FATAL TO DR. DODGE
30th June 1919
Page 1, Column 4 PHYSICIAN EXPIRES FROM SHOT Dr. Washington Dodge died early today in St. Francis Hospital as the result of a bullet wound which he inflicted June 21 while in a fit of despondency brought on by illness....
Chicago Tribune
BATTLESHIP IN CRASH LIKE TITANIC'S; DAMAGE IS SLIGHT.
5th June 1912
BATTLESHIP IN CRASH LIKE TITANIC'S; DAMAGE IS SLIGHT. Value of Subdivision of the Hull Into Large Number of Small Compartments Demonstrated     ...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
22nd June 1919
Page 1, column 3, continued page 2, column 2 EX-ASSESSOR FIRES BULLET THROUGH HEAD Little Hope for His Recovery From Wound Inflicted in Garage Basement ILLNESS BELIEVED CAUSE Long Promine...
Daily Telegraph
TITANIC FOR MONTAUK, LONG ISLAND - 1910 VISION
27th October 1910
Passengers to take railway connection to New York...
Worcester Evening Gazette
BE BRITISH, MY MEN CAPT. SMITH'S ORDER
20th April 1912
WASHINGTON, April 19- But for the unparalled self-sacrifice and heroism of Capt. Smith and the Titanic's officers, the sea would have claimed an even greater toll when the gigantic ship went down. From the bridge, Capt. Smith called through his megap...
New York Times
RECITES CLOSE CALL OF TITANIC RESCUE
27th October 1931
Sir Arthur Rostron Tells How Radio Man Got S 0 S as He Prepared to Quit Post --- RECALLS 46 YEARS AT SEA --- Carpathia's Former Master, in New Autobiography, Describes "Most Memorable Night" of Career --- If ...
The Times
TITANIAN - ECHO OF TITANIC
27th April 1935
Cargo vessel's encounter with ice...
New York Times
FIERMONTE VISITS HIS WIFE IN NAPLES
10th February 1935
Italian Boxer Remains With Former Mrs. Astor an Hour Then Hurries Away --- POLICE TAKE HIS PASSPORT --- His First Wife Quits Her Job as He is Said to Have Provided for Her and Their Son --- NAPLES, Sunday, F...
 
E. J. SMITH, COPTIC AGROUND AND RIO---TWO OUT OF THREE AIN'T BAD?

Mark Baber
E. J. Smith, Coptic Aground and Rio---Two out of three ain’t bad? There are several standard White Star history volumes which associate E. J. Smith, co...
The Washington Times
MORGAN, VISIBLY ILL, ARRIVES I [SIC] ITALY
13th March 1913
The Washington Times, 13 March 1913 --- Financier Reaches Naples, and Will Devote Some Time to Tour of Continent --- NAPLES, March 13---J. P. Morgan, perceptibly enfeebled by his latest illness, ...
New York Times
MAJOR BUTT'S SUIT A WONDER
3rd March 1912
Sails Away in it for Rome, the Envy of the Ship ---------- Major Archibald Butt, military aid [sic] to the President of the United States, sailed yesterday for Europe on the North German Lloyd liner Berlin for a rest in a suit...
Providence Journal
R.I. WOMAN, SURVIVOR OF TITANIC, DIES AT 92
4th June 1970
Page 26 Mrs. Lulu Thorne Opie, 92, of the Old Post Road at Dunn's Corners in Westerly, a survivor of the sinking of the British passenger liner Titanic in 1912, died Tuesday at the Watch Hill Nursing Home. One of the other ...
Virginia Pilot
MRS. CELINEY DECKER, 69, SURVIVOR OF LINER 'TITANIC'
11th March 1966
NORFOLK--Mrs. Celiney Alexander Decker, 69, of 1158 Larchmont Crescent, who as a 15-year-old immigrant bride from Lebanon survived the sinking of the passenger liner Titanic in 1912, died Thursday at 5:30 P.M. in a hospital. Only one other ...
New York Times
WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (3)
20th April 1912
*** --- TWO YOUNG MEN'S HEROISM --- Woman Tells How Roebling and Case Saved Her---Others' Tribute to Dead --- Among the chivalrous younger heroes of the Titanic disaster were Washington A. Roebling, 2d, of Tr...
New York Times
THE SMART MYSTERY
8th January 1913
A young man of 20 years and a girl of 18 were the objects of a great deal of sympathy when the Titanic went down last April. They were the children, according to gossip, of JAMES MONTGOMERY SMART, who perished in the wreck. Orphaned and desolate, som...
Unidentified Newspaper
OLE ABELSETH [OBITUARY]
1980
Ole Abelseth, 94, of Hettinger, ND, a survivor of he sinking of the oceanliner Titanic, died Thursday, December 4, 1980 at the Hettinger Community Memorial Hospital. Funeral services for Mr. Abelseth were held Monday, December 8, 1980, ...
New York Times
HOKAN B. STEFFANSON DIES AT 78; FINANCIER WAS ON THE TITANIC
23rd May 1962
Page 45, columns 2-3 Hokan Bjornstrom Steffanson, a financier, died Monday night at Doctor's Hospital after a long illness. His age was 78 and he lived at 56 East Fifty-seventh Street. Mr. Steffanson was a survivor of t...
New York Times
MRS. ASTOR IS ILL, BUT NOT CRITICALLY
20th April 1912
Alarming Reports as to Her Condition Formally Denied by Secretary --- VINCENT ASTOR STILL HOPES --- Mrs. Henry B. Harris Slowly Regaining Her Strength --- Robert W. Daniel Receives Friends at...
Washington Times
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MAJ. BUTT TO BE HELD MAY 5TH
19th April 1912
President and Senators Pay High Tributes to Dead Hero --- Memorial services for Major Archibald Butt, whose name is one of the most prominent among the Titanic’s heroic dead, will be held in this city on May 5 under the auspices of Temp...
The Guardian
OBITUARY OF BARBARA DAINTON
14th November 2007
Barbara Dainton, who has died aged 96, was one of the last surviving passengers from the Titanic, though her family were brought up never to mention it. She was well into her 80s before she spoke in public about the tragedy. Barbara's pare...
 
TITANIC PASSENGERS THAT CANCELLED OR MISSED THE CROSSING

This page contains the names of several people that planned to travel on the Titanic but for one reason failed to do so.   Some had actually booked cabins and these are confirmed by their presence in an ...
Trenton Evening Times
ROEBLING AROUSED SLEEPERS TO FLIGHT AND SCORNED TO SAVE HIMSELF
20th April 1912
Mother and Daughter Tell How Young Trentonian and London Friend Excelled in Gallantry and Cheerfulness in the Time That Tried the Souls of All Aboard the Sinking Liner ...
Washington Times
WASHINGTON MAN TELLS HARROWING DETAILS OF WRECK
19th April 1912
Col. Gracie Describes Scenes on Titanic After the Accident --- Last of the survivors to leave the sinking Titanic, Col. Archibald Gracie, of Washington, tells a story of horrible hardship in the icy waters after he was swept, clinging t...
New York Times
MR. GOLDENBERG EXPLAINS IT
25th April 1912
Says His "Titanic Baggage" Was Purchased on Board Carpathia --- Samuel L Goldenberg of the lace importing house of Goldenberg Bros. & Co.,108 Fifth Avenue, who is among the survivors of the Titanic disaster, explained to THE TIMES ye...
The Evening Post
MASSACHUSETTS VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC TRAGEDY
20th April 1912
George Q Clifford of Stoughton, president of Belcher Last company, Herbert Henry Hilliard of 42 Hichorn street, Brighton Timothy J.,...
New York Tribune
COLONEL GRACIE DEAD
5th December 1912
Last Man to Leave the Titanic Succumbs to Shock --- Colonel Archibald Gracie, the last man to leave the sinking Titanic, died yesterday at the Hotel St. Louis, at No. 24 East 32d street. His physicians...
The Washington Post
DAUGHTER OF REPRESENTATIVE HUGHES WEDS
9th February 1912
      In the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends the marriage of Miss Mary Eloise Hughes, daughter of Representative James A. Hughes of West Virginia, and Mrs. Hughes and Mr. Lucian Phillip Smith was ...
New York Times
COL. GRACIE DIES, HAUNTED BY TITANIC
5th December 1912
"We Must Get Them All in the Boats," Last Words of the Man Who Helped to Save Many --- SAW PARTING OF THE ASTORS --- And Testified to the Devotion of Isidor and Ida Straus, Who Preferred Death to Separation ---...
San Francisco Examiner
DR. DODGE DIES FROM WOUNDS HE INFLICTED
1st July 1919
Page 8, column 1 Former Banker, Assessor and Supervisor Succumbs Nine Days After Attempt at Suicide Funeral Service Will Be Held on Thursday Morning: Bishop Nichols Will Be in Charge Dr. Washington Dodg...
ON BOARD RMS TITANIC : MEMORIES OF THE MAIDEN VOYAGE
Titanic Review
ON BOARD RMS TITANIC : MEMORIES OF THE MAIDEN VOYAGE
12th February 2012
Peter Engberg
Peter Engberg reviews George Behe's compilation of letters written aboard RMS Titanic...
San Francisco Chronicle
TITANIC CAPTAIN BLAMED FOR WRECK
29th May 1912
Senate Committee Also Scores [sic] Captain of the Steamer Californian. COULD HAVE SAVED ALL. Praise for Carpathia Crew and Gold Medal for her Captain. WASHINGTON. May 28. –The Titanic disaster of April ...
 
VARIOUS MEMORIALS TO JOHN WESLEY WOODWARD

Named on the Musicians Memorial at the Old Library site, London Road, Southampton. also named on the St Marys Church Musicians Memorial, St Marys, Southampton. also he is mentioned on a plaque in the lobby of the Boston ...
Philadelphia Inquirer
PARISIAN'S WIRELESS EXPERT OFF DUTY WHEN TITANIC STRUCK BERG
19th April 1912
But for This It Is Believed the Stricken Giant's Cries for Help Would Have Been Heard in Time to Save All --------- HALIFAX, N. S., April 18.--With two expeditions on the way to search for Titani...
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...
Devon and Exeter Gazette
THE TITANIC’S END : GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION BY WOMAN SURVIVOR
14th May 1912
Extract from a letter describing the last moments on the ill-fated Titanic...
New York Times
HAROLD SANDERSON, SHIPPING MAN, DIES
27th February 1932
Former Head of International Merchant Marine Stricken While in North of Italy --- DIRECTED WHITE STAR LINE --- Came From a Family of Leaders in Maritime Matters Both Here and in England --- Special Cable to T...
Centerville Daily Citizen
FRANK LEFEVRE BEREAVED MINER CALLED ELOPER
13th July 1912
MRS. DUPONT SAYS HE FLED FROM FRANCE WITH HER BOTH MAY BE DEPORTED Emigrant Inspector Whitefield investigates Case at Mystic - Woman Says He Got $2,000 From Her In Appanoose county’s forei...
Stirling Observer
IN MEMORIAM WILLIAM YOUNG MOYES
23rd April 1912
The news received last week of the awful wreck of the Titanic seems to have stupefied the British and American nations - indeed, has cast a gloom over the whole world - and while the loss of every life is deplored, and every act of heroism and self-s...
 
JOHN FREDERICK PRESTON CLARKE

Brian J. Ticehurst
Clarke, John Frederick Preston. 22 Tunstall Street, Smithdown Road, Liverpool. Orchestra (Bass). (From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) ...
The Washington Herald
MORGAN CARRIED FROM STEAMSHIP
14th March 1913
Financier Suddenly Weakens Upon Arrival at Naples and Is Helped to Train --- HOW RESTING QUIETLY --- Special Train Prepared to Carry Millionaire to Rome from Seaport --- Special Cable to The Washi...
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...
New York Times
BENJAMIN GUGGENHEIM ELECTED PRESIDENT
16th April 1912
Elected President of International Steam Pump Co. in 1909 --- Benjamin Guggenheim was born in Philadelphia, Oct. 26, 1865, the fifth of the seven sons of Meyer Guggenheim, founder of the famous house of M. Guggenheim & Sons,...
New York Times
TAFT'S TRIBUTE TO BUTT
20th April 1912
WASHINGTON, April 19---President Taft was notified as soon as the Carpathia docked and the corrected list of survivors was made public that Major Butt was not on board. With all hope for the rescue of his aid abandoned, the President to-day issued...
Billboard Magazine
HENRY B. HARRIS (2)
27th April 1912
Loses Life When Ill-Fated Titanic Sinks – Other Victims Of Disaster Connected With Amusement Field Include Albert A. Stewart, Emil Brandeis and Franz Addelmann – Dorothy Gibson Saved New York, April 20 (Special ...
Chicago Evening Post
CHICAGO HEARS ECHO OF NEW TITANIC WOE
25th April 1912
French Miner From Iowa Arrives Here and Learns Wife and Children Were Lost With the Liner Sons Ignorant of Wreck Passengers at Union Station Take Up Collec...
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...
New York Times
HENRY B. HARRIS
16th April 1912
Well-Known Theatrical Manager Who Has Won Many Successes --- Henry B. Harris, who leaped into prominence in the New York theatrical field only about half a dozen years ago as manager, and producer, was, nevertheless, a veteran of many y...
New York Times
DISASTER AT LAST BEFALLS CAPT. SMITH
16th April 1912
Veteran Commander of Titanic Went Forty Years Without Accident of Any Kind --- WHITE STAR'S BEST OFFICER --- Declared Only Recently That He Did Not Believe Modern Ships Could Be Sunk --- Capt. E. J. Smith, i...
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 ---------- ...
Washington Times
NATION MAY RAISE GREAT MEMORIAL TO DISASTER'S HERO
20th April 1912
Whole Country Likely to Be Asked to Contribute to Fund for Monument to Major Butt, Who Gave Life for Others --- An agitation has been started at the White House among the friends of Major Archibald Butt for the erection of a memorial mo...
Newark Evening News
FEAR ANOTHER NEWARKER GONE
17th April 1912
---------- Augustus Smith, Passenger on Titanic, Whose Name Is Not Among Saved. ---------- HAYS ALSO AMONG MISSING ---------- The name of Augustus Smith, twenty-two years old, of 59 Halsey street, was added ...
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...
TITANIC CITATION CATALOG
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TITANIC CITATION CATALOG
21st October 2006
Captain Charles B. Weeks
Titanic Citation Catalogby Captain Charles WeeksI created this document to assist Titanic researchers. I have found it maddening to have to thumb through numerous books to find a particular citation on a certain subject. Using this...
British Inquiry
BRITISH TITANIC INQUIRY TESTIMONY OF ANNIE ROBINSON, STEWARDESS
20th May 1912
Examined by Mr. RAYMOND ASQUITH. 13272. You were a First class Stewardess on the "Titanic," were you not? - Yes. 13273. And at the time the ship struck the iceberg I think you were in bed?...
San Francisco Chronicle
GIVES LIFE FOR LOVE OF HUSBAND
17th April 1912
Relatives Here Believe Wife of Isidor Straus Refused to Leave His Side. That her devotion to her husband, refusing to leave the ship unless he accompanied her from the ill-fated Titanic, cost the life of Mrs. Isidor...
TITANICA EXHIBITION - THE ULSTER FOLK & TRANSPORT, NORTHERN IRELAND
Titanic Stories
TITANICA EXHIBITION - THE ULSTER FOLK & TRANSPORT, NORTHERN IRELAND

The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum is launching TITANICa: The Exhibition and TITANICa: The People’s Story to mark the centenary of Titanic’s launch on the 31st May, running until 31 August 2011....
Newark Star
STENGEL DENIES BRIBES WERE GIVEN TO SAILORS
24th April 1912
Newark Man Says Tale Told by Seaman as to "Money Boat" in Which He Left Titanic is Untrue --- Reports that bribes were offered the sailors who manned the boat in which C. E. Henry Stengel of Newark; Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon and Lady Duff-...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM-SELIGMAN
25th October 1894
Delmonico’s was the scene of one of the handsomest weddings of the season at 6 o’clock last evening, when Miss Florette Seligman, the youngest daughter of James Seligman, was married to Benjamin Guggenheim, a son of Meyer Guggenheim of 66 West Sevent...
Chicago American
ISMAY ASKS TO LEAVE THE WRECK PROBE
24th April 1912
Washington, April 24---The Senate investigating committee probing the Titanic horror today declined to act on a new request by J. Bruce Ismay,  managing director of the White Star Line, that owned the ill-fated ship, to quit t...
Chicago Daily Journal
PITIFUL APPEALS FOR NEWS AT OFFICE HERE UNGRATIFIED
17th April 1912
Heartrending appeals for information concerning the dead or rescued from the Titanic poured into the Chicago offices of the White Stair line, throughout the day. Men, Women and children telephoned the offices at LaSalle and Washington stre...
THE PORTRUSH LETTER
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THE PORTRUSH LETTER
31st January 2006
Senan Molony
THE LETTER fell onto the hall floor in the house at Main Street, Portrush, Co Antrim, in late April 1912. Hugh Smith, descending the stair, noticed it and picked it up. The American sta...
New York Times
BUSINESS MEN OF NEW-YORK---ISIDOR STRAUS
29th October 1893
Isidor Straus is a fair type of the broadminded, public-spirited men through whom this city maintains its commercial supremacy and its metropolitan character. Knowing the entire alphabet of his business, quick to seize upon and improve opportunities ...
Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York)
SIDNEY COLLETT VICTIM OF HAZERS
12th June 1913
Sidney S.C. Collett May Be Disfigured for Life. WELL KNOWN IN THIS CITY Survivor of the Titanic Disaster Badly Treated by Students at Granville, O., College. Si...
The Sydney Morning Herald
INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT (#2)
4th May 1885
The draw for the undermentioned matches has resulted as follows: 1.LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES Miss Lee plays Miss Rodd Miss Fitzgerald plays Miss Scarvell Miss Bloxsome plays Miss Lamb...
The Times
THE LOSS OF RMS LEINSTER
12th October 1918
THE SUNK IRISH PACKET DEATH ROLL 451  STERN PROTEST BY MR BALFOUR Further details of the loss of the Royal Mail steamer Leinster, the torpedoing of which was announced yesterday, emph...
New York Post
TITANIC : STORIES OF THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Earliest In The Boats Missed The More Terrible Scenes...
Kerry Sentinel
THE TITANIC'S TRALEE DOCTOR
25th May 1912
FRIENDS TO HONOUR HIS MEMORY Queenstown, Monday. It is a pleasure to know that the many memorials which are to be raised in connection with the Titanic disaster, the popular Irish physician, Dr F N O'Loughlin is not to be forgot...
Washington Herald
CAPT. ROSTRON TELLS OF RESCUE
19th April 1912
CAPT. R. [sic] H. ROSTRON
The Chief Officer of Carpathia Relates His Thrilling Experiences --- SIGHTED AT DAYLIGHT --- By CAPT. R. [sic] H. ROSTRON --- Statement by the captain of the Cunard steamship Carpathia, rescuer of the Titanic...
The Gazette (Montreal)
LAURENTIC IS HERE
8th May 1909
The Gazette, Montreal, 8 May 1909 Maiden Voyage Upholds the Satisfactory Results Achieved on Trial Trip --- AN EPOCH IN SHIPPING --- P...
The Times
ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
HOW THE PASSENGERS WERE RECEIVED A passenger on board the Carpathia made the following statement:- I was awakened at 12.30 in the morning by a commotion on the decks which seemed unus...
 
TITANIC PASSENGER ANNIE HOLD (FAMILY INFORMATION)

Mrs Stephen Hold (Annie Margaret, nee Hill) was born in the fishing village of Porthoustock in Cornwall and baptised at the parish church of St. Keverne on 23 May 1883. She was the daughter of Augusta Lavinia Hill. Annie’s mother was...
WILLIAM LOGAN GWINN: LETTERS TO FLORENCE
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WILLIAM LOGAN GWINN: LETTERS TO FLORENCE
29th March 2012
Ted Robinson
A unique collection of letters and postcards sheds light on the domestic life of one the RMS Titanic's Sea Post Clerk William Logan Gwinn....
San Francisco Bulletin
SAN FRANCISCO'S ASSESSOR TELLS STORY OF THE WRECK OF THE TITANIC
19th April 1912
From Which He Escapes After Thrilling Experience NEW YORK, April 19.-Dr. Washington Dodge of San Francisco, at the Hotel Wolcott here, gave the following account of the wreck: "We had retired to our stateroom, and the ...
Daily Home News
HOME NEWS GAVE CITY FIRST NEWS OF CARPATHIA'S LANDING
19th April 1912
New Brunswick received the news of the landing of the Carpathia with the rescued Titanic passengers, from the Home News last night. The details of the landing and the passengers’ stories of the disaster, were wired to this office direct, and other bu...
Atlantic City Daily Press
ATLANTIC SURVIVOR TELLS OF DISASTER
19th April 1912
E. Z. Taylor, On Telephone With City Clerk Donnelly, Describes AwfulScene---Third Member of His Party, Fletcher Williams, Lost---Did NotHear of Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Earnshaw.----------Atlantic City was in direct personal ...
 
CHICAGO TITANIC BULLETINS

BULLETINS Montreal, April 15—The local office of Horton Davidson, one of the Titanic passengers, has received the following wireless message: “All passengers are safe and Titanic taken in tow by ...
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...
THE CAVE LIST
 
THE CAVE LIST
10th April 1912
When the body of...
New York Times
COL. ASTOR'S WIFE SEEKS SEPARATION
27th October 1909
Lawyer Appointed Referee by Justice Mills to Take Testimony in the Case --- GREAT SECRECY ABOUT IT --- Suit Comes Nearly a Year After Mrs. William Astor's Death---Col. Astor Yachting with His Son --- Mrs. Ava...
THE TRIALS OF ELOISE HUGHES SMITH
Titanica!
THE TRIALS OF ELOISE HUGHES SMITH
25th July 2015
Brandon Whited
The only woman in the world who in just a year's time made her debut, got engaged, married, survived the Titanic, became a widow, and then a mother...
 
OREGON'S ONLY FIRST CLASS PASSENGERS: THE WARRENS

John Lamoreau
Frank and Anna Warren were the only first class passengers on the Titanic from the state of Oregon. They were returning from Europe after a three month celebration of their 40th wedding anniversary. Frank Warren may wel...
 
STANLEY LORD IN CONVERSATION WITH LESLIE HARRISON
19th August 1961
Leslie Harrison
Extracts from a conversation between Captain Stanley Lord and Leslie Harrison, held on 19 August 1961....
New York Times
J. P. MORGAN SAILS; IS GOING TO EGYPT
31st December 1911
No Worry in Washington, Where He Is to Testify Some Time About Steel and Money --- NOT ON PASSENGER LIST --- Lords Deceis [sic; should be "Decies"] and Camoys, with Their American Brides, Also on th...
Daily Mirror
HOW IT FEELS TO BE A HERO
20th April 1912
Harold Bride now bears little trace of his terrible ordeal......
George Jacub
AN EXPERIMENT UNVEILS THE TIMING OF THE AFT PORT BOATS
15th July 2011
I didn't know whether to cheer or to cringe. Having completed my research into the timing of the first lifeboats to leave the sinking Titanic, plus the last boats and half...
THE MYSTERY OF TITANIC'S CENTRAL PROPELLER
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THE MYSTERY OF TITANIC'S CENTRAL PROPELLER
5th May 2008
Mark Chirnside
...
Titanica!
SHIPWRECKED AGAIN
19th September 2017
Passengers Ramon Artagaveytia In 1871 Ramon survived the fire and sinking of the America, close to the shore of Punta Espi...
ICEBERG AT THE GOLDEN GATE
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ICEBERG AT THE GOLDEN GATE
12th February 2002
A Perspective on the Life of Dr. Washington Dodge...
 
LETTER FROM F.D. MILLET AND THE NEW BEDFORD LIBRARY
6th February 1912
John Lamoreau
A letter written by F.D. Millet shortly before he left on a trip to Rome early in 1912. In the letter he discusses his plans for painting murals for the New Bedford Public Library in Massachusetts that was being remodeled. In the letter he mention...
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...
Worcester Telegram
W.C.PORTERS LETTERS TO WIFE AND PARTNER
17th April 1912
W.C.Porters Letters to Wife and Partner Tells of Pleasant and Successful Trip and of His Anxiety to Hurry Home on the Titanic "I have had a fine trip, enjoyed every minute of it, and have found business prospects ...
BASTION OF MASCULINITY
Titanica!
BASTION OF MASCULINITY
23rd June 2015
Stijn Bammens
The Last Enjoyable Hours in the Titanic's First-Class Smoking Room...
New York Times
FIND HEADQUARTERS OF CHICAGO GUNMEN
16th May 1922
Police Locate Saloon Where They Got Arms and Waited, It is Said, for Murphy's Orders --- RAID JOHN MILLER'S HOME --- Seize Quantity of Dynamite There---Paper Giving List Used Last Tuesday Is Found --- Special...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM ESTATE VALUED AT $3,551,994
18th January 1916
Victim of Titanic Disaster Left Widow $785,199---Daughters Get About $500,000 Each --- MANY CHARITABLE BEQUESTS --- Sisters Receive Incomes from Trust Funds of $75,000 and Sisters-in-Law from $25,000 --- Benj...
WHEN DID TITANIC TRY FOR HELP?
Titanica!
WHEN DID TITANIC TRY FOR HELP?
7th April 2010
Senan Molony
When did the Titanic transmit her distress signal?...
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...
ISMAY'S DREAM
 
ISMAY'S DREAM
29th September 2011
Belfast musician records Titanic themed album...
TITANIC LEGACY OF A PARIS MAID
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TITANIC LEGACY OF A PARIS MAID
3rd October 2014
Stuart Kelly
At about 1.10am on the morning of 15 April 1912, lifeboat number 6 was launched from the port side of the RMS Titanic. The passengers and crew escaping the beautiful, doomed ship included some of the ...
MOUNT TEMPLE TEMP'S MEMORIES
Titanica!
MOUNT TEMPLE TEMP'S MEMORIES
8th October 2009
Senan Molony
THE replacement Fourth Officer of the Mount Temple on her homeward voyage in April 1912 was a m...
Galesburg Republican Register
FRANK KORUN REACHES HOME
23rd April 1912
Titanic Survivor, Daughter and Austrian Friend Saved From Ocean Grave TELLS EXPERIENCES Last Man to Get in Boat — For Hours Among Ice Floes. When Frank Korun, one of the Titanic survivors, stepped from th...
ELIZABETH NYE : TITANIC SURVIVOR
Titanic Review
ELIZABETH NYE : TITANIC SURVIVOR
24th February 2009
Monica Hall
This fondly-written book had a strange overall effect upon me - it almost made me wish I were religious....
OF RATS AND MEN: TITANIC SURVIVOR 'SLEEPING ROUGH'
Titanica!
OF RATS AND MEN: TITANIC SURVIVOR 'SLEEPING ROUGH'
10th June 2004
Senan Molony
YESTERDAY IN PARLIAMENT ...
A RACE THROUGH A NIGHTMARE
Titanica!
A RACE THROUGH A NIGHTMARE
27th February 2004
Senan Molony
How a shipwreck a suffragette and a scandal settled the 1913 Derby...
Titanic Review
TITANIC DRAMA MINISERIES REVIEWED (ITV - EPISODE 3)
10th April 2012
Monica Hall
Nautical Groundhog Day is here again.   A second viewing of Episode 2 enabled me to sort out a few puzzling things, including why the Catholic electrician was smuggling his family around in 3rd class.  He just wanted to keep them...
GEORGES KRINS - THE LOST MEMORIAL
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GEORGES KRINS - THE LOST MEMORIAL
25th May 2006
Philippe Delaunoy
Some years ag...
The Sun (New York)
BERGS NOT ALL MELTED
18th July 1912
Oceanic Sights Them on Old Route Titanic Took --- The White Star liner Oceanic arrived yesterday from...
 
DR ALFRED PAIN - IN MEMORIAM

IN AFFECTION AND REMEMBRANCE OF A KIND AND A DUTIFUL SON AND NOBLE YOUNG MAN AND IN APPRECIATIVE RECOGNITION OF THE SYMPATHY OF MANY TRUE FRIENDS, THIS LITTLE BOOK IS LOVELY DEDICATED. Alfred Pain was born at Ham...
LIFE'S DECOR: A BIOGRAPHY OF HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
Titanica!
LIFE'S DECOR: A BIOGRAPHY OF HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
23rd December 2005
Randy Bryan Bigham
“When beauty assails, reason has no part.” –– HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE ...
Newark Evening News
JERSEY DEATH ROLL DETAILS
19th April 1912
Besides Residents of This State, Many Victims Had Connections Here ---------- ANGUISH OF THE RELATIVES ---------- In addition to the New Jersey residents who lost their lives in the disaster, fourteen more who met death had friends and r...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
REPORT LOSS OF 5 PERSONS COMING HERE
17th April 1912
Two Women Only Ones of Reniff Party on Titanic Believed Saved ---------- FAMILY OF BENJAMIN PEACOCK UNACCOUNTED FOR ---------- There is mourning in several Elizabeth households to-day, as a result of the loss of the Titan...
RMS TITANIC: THE FUNERALS, MEMORIALS AND LEGACY OF THE LOST PASSENGERS AND HER CREW
Titanica!
RMS TITANIC: THE FUNERALS, MEMORIALS AND LEGACY OF THE LOST PASSENGERS AND HER CREW
9th March 2007
Brandon C. Holm
Titanic, a word that conveys a history and numerous amounts of thoughts, ideas. The American Heritage Dictionary, Fourth Edition defines titanic as, “of enormous scope, power, or influence.”1 The origin of the word ...
THE OLYMPIC CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC
Titanic Review
THE OLYMPIC CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC
6th December 2004
Michael Tennaro
In this new book, Chirnside has done the triplets proud, with a thoroughly researched history of each of these vessels. ...
Burlington Hawk Eye
SWEDE SURVIVED LINER'S SINKING DURING SEARCH FOR HIS AMERICAN DREAM
1st January 1998
There's another love story connected to the Titanic....
TITANIC VALOUR: THE LIFE OF FIFTH OFFICER HAROLD LOWE
Titanic Review
TITANIC VALOUR: THE LIFE OF FIFTH OFFICER HAROLD LOWE
5th March 2012
Craig Stringer
This new book explores the life of one of the heroes of the Titanic, Harold Godfrey Lowe. As the Titanic was sinking his actions were instrumental in saving the lives of many, and afterwards, he was one of the few survivors to...
THE HART OF THE MATTER
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THE HART OF THE MATTER
11th October 2010
Senan Molony
FIREMAN Hart stands on the deck of the Titanic, knowing he has no entitlement to a lifeboat place, and prepares to dieÂ…...
Oak Leaves
MEETS CARPATHIA
27th April 1912
George P. Baldwin Relates Experience When Titanic Survivors Reach New York on Cunard Ship George P. Baldwin of 309 Linden, who went to New York to meet the survivors of the Titanic on the ...
United States Senate Hearings
IMANITA SHELLEY AFFADAVIT
15th May 1912
Enclosed herewith find sworn statement of Imanita Shelley (Mrs. William Shelley) in regard to the Titanic disaster. ...
The Times
OTHER STATEMENTS BY SURVIVORS
20th April 1912
NEW YORK APRIL 19 The following further statements have been made by survivors:- Mr A.H.Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, sai...
RMS OLYMPIC BY BRIAN HAWLEY
Titanic Review
RMS OLYMPIC BY BRIAN HAWLEY
5th September 2012
Mike Poirier and Stuart Kelly
Mike Poirier and Stuart Kelly review Brian Hawley's book on Titanic's sister ship RMS Olympic...
New York Times
GIVE LIGHTHOUSE FOR TITANIC'S DEAD
16th April 1913
Tower on Seamen's Institute Dedicated Before Those Who Created It --- TRIBUTES OF CLERGYMEN --- Light Will Shine for All Lower Harbor, and Time Ball Will Indicate Exact Noon --- With services commemorating th...
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...
New York Times
$4,427,608 ESTIMATE OF STRAUS ESTATE
11th August 1913
The Figures, However, Are Tentative, as Final Appraisal Has Not Been Filed --- MORE HEARINGS TO BE HELD --- Partial Schedules in the Estate of Benjamin Guggenheim Show Assets of $748,000 --- Edmond E. Wise, head of th...
TRUE COURSE
Titanica!
TRUE COURSE
9th December 2003
Cathy Akers-Jordan and Captain Charles B. Weeks
An explanation of the use of magnetic compasses, how to plot courses and how these procedures on the Titanic compared to their use other ships in 1912...
The New York Times
SEALING THE LIPS OF TITANIC'S CREW
21st April 1912
Detained Sailors Are Herded on the Celtic Under Close Guard of Detectives. --- HAVE ORDERS NOT TO TALK --- Men Forget Instructions, However, Long Enough to Defend Escape of J. Bruce lsmay ---...
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 ...
Highland News
MEN WHO DIED LIKE HEROES
20th April 1912
The stupendous tragedy which occurred in the North Atlantic on the evening of Sunday last has stunned civilisation with its awfulness. ...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE GIVES STORY OF RESCUE
20th April 1912
Several Boats Lowered Only Half Filled; "Tumbled In" When Told to. By Dr. Washington Dodge NEW YORK, April 20.-At 10 p.m. Sunday while my wife and I went out for a stroll along the Titanic's promenade deck we found the...
Binghamton Press
MRS. CASSEBEER ACCOUNT
29th April 1912
Mrs. Henry Arthur Casebeer, Jr., of New York City, who is one of the survivors of the ill-fated Titanic, was in Binghamton this morning visiting her mother, Mrs. L.V. Fosdick at the House of the Good Shepherd and to a representative of the Bingham...
 
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...
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....
THE FINAL IDENTIFICATION OF THE 'UNKNOWN CHILD'
Titanica!
THE FINAL IDENTIFICATION OF THE 'UNKNOWN CHILD'
9th September 2011
Alan Ruffman
The Final Identification of the ‘Unknown Child’ of the TITANIC buried as Body No. 4 on May 4, 1912 in the Fairview Lawn Cemetery of Halifax, Nova Scotia...
WHY DID WHITE STAR SETTLE WITH WHITELEY?
Titanica!
WHY DID WHITE STAR SETTLE WITH WHITELEY?
26th April 2004
Senan Molony
Steward's sensational claims were never tested in court....
RETURN TO TITANIC, BY DR. ROBERT D. BALLARD
Titanic Review
RETURN TO TITANIC, BY DR. ROBERT D. BALLARD
9th April 2009
Richard A. Krebes
Minnetonka, Minnesota. May, 1988... In a one-level rambler on a street with the pretty name "Croftview Terrace", a young boy sits mesmerized. A letter in his hand. A letter written on the stationary of the Wood...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
REMAINS IN HOPE HUSBAND IS SAVED
20th April 1912
Mrs. Geo. D. Wick, Denies All Evidence That Youngstown Man is Lost First of Rescued From Titanic Pass Through Cleveland Holding onto what is more than a forlorn hope, when hope in all other breasts is dead, Mrs. George...
A TRAGIC FRIENDSHIP
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A TRAGIC FRIENDSHIP
15th January 2000
Dave and Barb Shuttle
How documents recovered from the wreck of the Titanic reveal a friendship which ended in disaster....
LAWRENCE BEESLEY AND MACPHAIRSON CLONGLOCKETTY ANGUS
Titanica!
LAWRENCE BEESLEY AND MACPHAIRSON CLONGLOCKETTY ANGUS
27th January 2001
Pat Cook
A progress report on the long awaited Annotated Beesley....
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...
Dowagiac Daily News
MR. AND MRS. BISHOP GIVE FIRST AUTHENTIC INTERVIEW CONCERNING TITANTIC [SIC] DISASTER
20th April 1912
THEY RECITE A GRAPHIC TALE OF THE GREAT SEA DISASTER OF A WEEK AGO. "Ladies and Grooms First" Was Order They Obeyed and Both Left the Ship Together TELL EXPERIENCES WHILE AFLOAT German Baron Would Not A...
New York Times
MARCONI CHEERED FOR WIRELESS FEATS
18th April 1912
Modestly Gives Credit to Other Inventors and Speaks of Life Saving from Titanic...
HARDER BLAMES VESSEL'S SPEED
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
HARDER BLAMES VESSEL'S SPEED
19th April 1912
Brooklyn Man, Saved With Wife on Honeymoon, Tells of Over Confidence...
New York Times
VINCENT ASTOR DIES IN HIS HOME AT 67
4th February 1959
Vincent Astor, millionaire real estate owner and head of the American branch of the famous family, died yesterday in his apartment at 120 East End Avenue. Mr. Astor, who was 67 years old, succumbed to a heart attack at 1 A. M. A spokes...
GEORGE ALEXANDER LUCIEN RHEIMS
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GEORGE ALEXANDER LUCIEN RHEIMS
12th October 2012
Homer Thiel
Updated biographical information on Titanic survivor George Rheims....
Titanica!
JOHN MONTGOMERY SMART, AN ELUSIVE AND SECRETIVE TITANIC PASSENGER.
6th February 2016
J. Homer Thiel
John Montgomery Smart was born circa 1866 or 1867.  His place of birth is not known, but he was described as being from New York and Boston, Massachusetts in Australian newspaper accoun...
THE MARITIME PAINTINGS OF SIMON FISHER
Titanic Review
THE MARITIME PAINTINGS OF SIMON FISHER
17th April 2012
Stanley C. Jenkins
Stanley Jenkins reviews a lavish volume of maritime art by painter Simon Fisher ...
 
CHINESE SAILORS ON THE TITANIC

Eight sailors from Hong Kong, boarded the Titanic together at Southampton......
ROSTRON'S LOST REPORT
Titanica!
ROSTRON'S LOST REPORT
13th June 2010
Senan Molony
Titanic survivors could have been marooned in the Azores!  Captain Rostron of the Carpathia considered landing them in the mid-Atlantic island chain for their treatment and onward travel – while he would contin...
New York Times
A MAGNIFICENT WEDDING
18th February 1891
JOHN JACOB ASTOR MARRIED TO MISS AVA L. WILLING --- THE CEREMONY TAKES PLACE AT THE HOME OF THE BRIDE'S FATHER IN PHILADELPHIA--HUNDREDS OF NOTABLE NEW-YORKERS PRESENT --- PHILADELPHIA, Penn., Feb. 17---New-Y...
RMS CARPATHIA : OUT OF THE DARK OF THE DAWN
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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......
AN 'OLYMPIC' CLASS PROPULSION SYSTEM
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AN 'OLYMPIC' CLASS PROPULSION SYSTEM
25th June 2001
Mark Chirnside
How the White Star Line's greatest ships were propelled....
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...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
SAVED AS SHIP PLUNGED DOWN
19th May 1912
Col. Gracie Carried Over as Giant Wave Swept Deck : CLUNG TO WRECKAGE : Stood Hours on Raft Knee Deep in Water and Afraid to Move....
EXCUSE SENDING ... AM HALF ASLEEP
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EXCUSE SENDING ... AM HALF ASLEEP
17th March 2002
Jemma Hyder
The experience of Carpathia Wireless Operator Harold Cottam...
TITANIC AS METAPHOR
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TITANIC AS METAPHOR
20th March 2005
Monica Hall
WORLD'S LARGEST METAPHOR HITS ICEBERG . . . . So runs a spoof headline in The Onion's book Our ...
New York Post
198 FROM THE CREW SAFE
19th April 1912
An early roster of rescued Titanic seamen, reported after the Carpathia docked in New York City......
PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE
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PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE
21st August 2014
Mike Poirier
The Complex case of Mrs. Cassebeer. Court documents reveal tempestuous marriage....
LORD MERSEY -— OBITER DICTA
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LORD MERSEY -— OBITER DICTA
13th March 2005
Senan Molony
HERBERT Henry Asquith, British Prime Minister, told the House of Commons at the beginning of May 1912 that the Court of Inquiry to be presided over by Lord Mersey would afford “the best means of arriving at a conclusion...
 
TWO CASTLEBAR VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC
16th June 2011
Tony McDonald
The story of Francis Young and William Duffy from Castlebar who were crew onboard The Titanic...
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.”...
New York Times
COL. ASTOR TO WED MADELEINE FORCE
2nd August 1911
Father of 18-Year-Old Debutante in Society Announces the Engagement --- MET JUST A YEAR AGO --- Col. Astor's Marked Attentions Soon Gave Rise to Rumors of Betrothal- Wedding Plans Not Yet Made --- Formal anno...
STAR TURN: THE PICTURES AND PASSIONS OF DOROTHY GIBSON
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STAR TURN: THE PICTURES AND PASSIONS OF DOROTHY GIBSON
26th October 2004
Randy Bryan Bigham
The following article is an excerpt from the introduction of Randy Bigham’s forthcoming biography, Finding Dorothy: An Appreciation of the Life and Career of Dorothy Gibson Brulatour, which will soon be available in a fully illustrated,...
TITANIC'S TIME ENIGMAS
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TITANIC'S TIME ENIGMAS
16th February 2003
Markus Philipp
One of the thorniest questions about the Titanic disaster is, how her clock was changed during the journey. Several events observed by differing observers at different locations add to the confusion about the difference between T...
MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT
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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?...
A BIRTHPLACE REBORN : THE TITANIC QUARTER
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A BIRTHPLACE REBORN : THE TITANIC QUARTER
21st October 2005
Senan Molony
PLANS for the development of 185 acres of dockland in Belfast that include the cradle of the Olympic and Titanic have just been formally announced. Most of the Queen's Island site will be transformed over the ne...
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...
HOW TO SURVIVE THE TITANIC. OR THE SINKING OF J. BRUCE ISMAY
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HOW TO SURVIVE THE TITANIC. OR THE SINKING OF J. BRUCE ISMAY
11th August 2011
Senan Molony
Ismay as Ecce Homo...
 
CABIN ALLOCATIONS
18th July 2004
The allocation of cabins on the Titanic is a source of continuing interest and endless speculation. Apart from the recollections of survivors and a few tickets and boarding cards, the only authoritative source of cabin data is the incomplete...
New York Times
J. PIERPONT MORGAN WILL BE 75 YEARS OLD THIS WEEK
14th April 1912
During All That Time He Has Successfully Hidden from the Public His Real Self, Which Combines Diffidence and a Gentleness Very Unlike the Gruff Autocrat Familiar to Wall Street --- Should J. Pierpont Morgan feel moved n...
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....
THE MAN WHO SANK TITANIC
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THE MAN WHO SANK TITANIC
2nd November 2011
Stanley C. Jenkins
Sally Nilsson, Hichen's great-granddaughter, attempts to set the record straight and reveal the true character of the man her family knew....
Nord-Matin
SINKING OF THE TITANIC:
1966
Gerard COUCKE
Picture by Jean HEMERY On Sunday evening(a), an American movie by Jean Negulesco opened on the 1st channel; it was dedicated to the dramatic sinking of the Titanic which, in the night of April 14th/15th, 1912, caused the death ...
ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE
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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 World Evening Edition (New York)
MORGAN, UNABLE TO EAT, DIES IN ROME; BODY IS TO BE SENT HERE FOR BURIAL
31st March 1913
J. P. MORGAN DIES IN ROME; DELIRIOUS SINCE EASTER --- Unable to Eat or Drink Following Acute Attack of Gastro Enteritis On His Egyptian Tour---Was Seventy-six Years Old --- END CAME SOONER THAN PHYSICIANS...
TITANIC SONGBOOK
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TITANIC SONGBOOK
16th April 2012
Monica Hall
Most people, when thinking about music on the Titanic, immediately recall Nearer My God to Thee, which was allegedly played on deck by Wallace Hartley and his band as the great ship sank.  We do not really know if this is true, a...
CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC
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CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC
6th April 2008
John P. Eaton
Who Redeemeth Thy Life From Destruction...
TITANIC: THE LAST PHOTOGRAPH?
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TITANIC: THE LAST PHOTOGRAPH?
23rd April 2004
Senan Molony
THIS photograph is the last known picture of RMS Titanic on her maiden voyage. It was taken at Crosshaven, Co Cork, Ireland, just after the vessel departed Queenstown. In September 2003, an album of photographs originally ow...
WILLIAM J. MELLORS
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WILLIAM J. MELLORS
26th March 2008
Robert L. Bracken
A survivor emerges from the mists of time....
DEFENDING ERNEST GILL
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DEFENDING ERNEST GILL
15th November 2008
Richard Krebes
One night in 1994, at the tender age of 14, I sat glued to the TV watching the superb A&E documentary about the Titanic disaster. Having read and heard little of the Lordite claims about the SS Californian, however, save fo...
TORONTO'S TITANIC SURVIVORS
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TORONTO'S TITANIC SURVIVORS
28th July 2012
Jason D. Tiller
We all know that the R.M.S. Titanic set sail on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England on April 10th, 1912 bound for New York via Cherbourg, France and Queenstown (now Cobh), Ireland, and that she struck an iceberg on Apri...
DEFENDING FLEET AND LEE
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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...
ON ROOTING ABOUT IN A SWEDISH TITANIC FAMILY TREE
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ON ROOTING ABOUT IN A SWEDISH TITANIC FAMILY TREE
10th May 2002
Alan Ruffman
The search for geneaological data relating to the Palaeo-DNA Project...
LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE
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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. ...
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL
 
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL
10th May 1934
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UNLISTED PASSENGERS AND CREW
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UNLISTED PASSENGERS AND CREW
10th November 1998
Numerous stories are told of people who were booked on the Titanic but, for one reason or other, failed to travel on her......
IDENTIFYING STEWARDS
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IDENTIFYING STEWARDS
13th February 2005
Senan Molony
WHAT ARE the chances of identifying Titanic bodies more than 90 years after they were buried at sea? Better than impossible - fair, in some cases. One of the early bodies picked up by the search ves...
ICE:  CLEAR AND ABSENT DANGER
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ICE: CLEAR AND ABSENT DANGER
14th October 2007
Senan Molony
This is an argument hewn from ice… a substance that offers solidity and occasional clarity. But it is also an argument about the absence of ice – meaning nothing less than clear water, with all the plain sailing that implies....
THE LAST OF THE LAST
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THE LAST OF THE LAST
25th November 2003
Margaret Mehl
How Masabumi Hosono's Night was Forgotten...
BRUCE ISMAY AND THE RING'S TAUNT
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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....
 
DESCRIPTION OF UNIDENTIFIED BODIES

No. 3 Female - Height, 5 ft. 6 in.; Weight, 150 lbs ...
THE LAST LOG OF THE TITANIC
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THE LAST LOG OF THE TITANIC
31st January 2001
David G. Brown
A reevaluation of the fatal collision....
THE WIDENERS: AN AMERICAN FAMILY
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THE WIDENERS: AN AMERICAN FAMILY
11th January 2008
David Whitmire
A Biographical Sketch...
A LAST BRIGHT SHINING LIE
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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...
FATHER BROWNE: THE MISSING PHOTOGRAPHS
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FATHER BROWNE: THE MISSING PHOTOGRAPHS
19th January 2004
Senan Molony
Defamation, anonymity and some missing photographs?...
BERTHE LEROY: TITANIC SURVIVOR
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BERTHE LEROY: TITANIC SURVIVOR
12th July 2004
Olivier Mendez & Michel Leroy
Berthe Leroy, a short biography...
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ERNEST GILL IN AUSTRALIA
29th July 2009
Senan Molony
Judiciously, Ernest Gill journeyed to Australia. The former Californian crewman, a profiteer from the Titanic disaster, plied his seafaring trade Down Under in years thereafter. A do...
LOADING THE REAR BOATS
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LOADING THE REAR BOATS
29th May 2008
George Jacub
While working on a major project involving the Titanic, I ran into a snag. I thought I could unravel the problem by examining the order the rear boats were loaded and lowered. The answer helped, though less than I had hoped. But I was sti...
THE HIGHEST EXAMPLE LIFE CAN FURNISH
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THE HIGHEST EXAMPLE LIFE CAN FURNISH
8th June 2013
Michele Albion
Richard Frazar White, Bowdoin College, and the Titanic...
The Toronto World
MAJOR PEUCHEN BLAMES CAPTAIN WHO WENT DOWN WITH HIS SHIP
20th April 1912
Loss of Titanic, He Says, Was Due to Criminal Carelessness in Running at Full Speed Thru the Ice With a New Crew--Capt. Smith Was Having His Dinner When Crash Came--Major Peuchen Left in Third Boat, Which Had Only 22 People and Could Have...
SEALED ORDERS: A TITANIC SURVIVOR'S CLASSIC TALE OF LOVE AND FATE
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SEALED ORDERS: A TITANIC SURVIVOR'S CLASSIC TALE OF LOVE AND FATE
23rd December 2005
Helen Churchill Candee
...
THE CALIFORNIAN INCIDENT, A REALITY CHECK
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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....
LET THE RECORD SPEAK FOR ITSELF!
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LET THE RECORD SPEAK FOR ITSELF!
7th December 2006
Senan Molony
THERE is an old adage that the argument is not always about ‘what the argument is about.’ This is a case in point. Three commentators of common interest have decided to fight the validity of Hugh Woolner’s evidence to the US Titan...
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HARLAND & WOLFF AND THE PARTITION OF ULSTER
3rd September 2011
Glenn Simpson
Harland and Wolff is at the symbolic forefront of Ulster's identity, its economic importance pivotal in explaining what gave Ulster Unionists political leverage during the Home rule question. To accurately portray Harland & Wolff’...
THE MESABA FILE
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THE MESABA FILE
9th September 2015
Jim Currie
US and British Titanic inquiry reports were manipulated for political reasons......
 
DESCRIPTION OF RECOVERED BODIES

NO. 1. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE. - 10-12. - HAIR. ...
WALTER FRANCIS FREDERICKS : A BIOGRAPHY
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WALTER FRANCIS FREDERICKS : A BIOGRAPHY
25th September 2009
David William Fredericks
A brief biography of Walter Francis Fredericks (14 Apr 1891 – 30 Jun 1960) with a focus on the events of April 1912 Walter Francis Fredericks’ grandfather was Francis Fredericks – a Naturalised British...
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RE-OPENING TITANIC'S CAN OF WORMS
14th September 2017
Jim Currie
Unravelling Titanic Navigation Problems...
RHEIMS, LIGHTOLLER, AND THE OFFICER'S SUICIDE ENIGMA
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RHEIMS, LIGHTOLLER, AND THE OFFICER'S SUICIDE ENIGMA
14th October 2008
Richard Krebes
  If the enigma of the "officer’s suicide" had been a work of fiction created by Rex Stout, creator of the legendary fictional sleuth Nero Wolfe, chances are Stout would have called it "Too Many Questions". For the questions are numerous and the a...
GUNSHOTS ON THE TITANIC
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GUNSHOTS ON THE TITANIC
30th July 2001
Earl Chapman
Were shots fired as the Titanic went down? If so whom and toward whom?...
WHO TALKED TO TITANIC?
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WHO TALKED TO TITANIC?
11th March 2010
Senan Molony
Marconi chart offers insight into Titanic interlocutors...
SEARCHING FOR KIRKLAND
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SEARCHING FOR KIRKLAND
15th February 2006
Robert L. Bracken
Charles Leonard Kirkl...
New York Times
JOHN JACOB ASTOR WEDS ELLEN FRENCH
1st July 1934
Notables Fill Newport Church for Ceremony Climaxing Weeks of Social Activity --- ONLOOKERS PACK STREETS --- Crowd Delays Both Bride and Bridegroom---Astor's Mother Sits in a Front Pew --- By RUSSELL B. PORTER...
LOADED AND THE TRAMP
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LOADED AND THE TRAMP
15th June 2006
Senan Molony
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AUCTIONING THE WALLACE HARTLEY TITANIC VIOLIN
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AUCTIONING THE WALLACE HARTLEY TITANIC VIOLIN
7th November 2013
Stuart Kelly
Stuart Kelly describes the excitement and tension of the auction of the most valuable Titanic artefact ever sold....
ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD
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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...
 
CHARLES HERBERT LIGHTOLLER
13th June 2005
Pat Winship
Lightoller biography...
RUBáIYáT REFLECTIONS ON TITANIC
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RUBáIYáT REFLECTIONS ON TITANIC
14th October 2004
Senan Molony
AWAKE! For morning in the bowl of night Has flung the stone that puts the stars to flight… ...
MCGOUGH THE KEY?
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MCGOUGH THE KEY?
5th September 2008
Senan Molony
THERE’S a Titanic seaman named McGough who is claimed to be a human key to understanding the sequence of lifeboat departures. He’s said to have helped lower lifeboat No. 14 – but to have departed in lifeboat No. 9 on the opposit...
ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM - FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ON THE TITANIC
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ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM - FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ON THE TITANIC
17th June 2012
Gerhard Schmidt-Grillmeier
Research sheds new light on an elusive Titanic survivor......
MADAME LUCILE: A LIFE IN STYLE
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MADAME LUCILE: A LIFE IN STYLE
29th April 2003
Randy Bryan Bigham
The following is an excerpt from the prologue of Lucile - Her Life by Design, Randy Bigham's pending biography of Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon (1863-1935), the renowned Edw...
IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW
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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...
 
EPITAPH ON GRAVE OF R.N. WILLIAMS II IS FROM "SNOW-BOUND"

Epitaph...
THE FATAL JOURNEY OF THIRD CLASS MEN ON THE TITANIC
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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
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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...
ROCKETS, LIFEBOATS, AND TIME CHANGES
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ROCKETS, LIFEBOATS, AND TIME CHANGES
4th March 2010
Samuel Halpern
A FLASH OF LIGHT IN THE SKY  The story of what took place on the tramp steamer Californian the night of April 14, 1912, is one of those tales that cause some people to...