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Daily Mirror AUBART ACCOUNT
13th May 1912
May 13, 1912 : I had in my cabin jewels worth 4,000 (GPB) as well as many trunks of dresses and hats. One does not come from Paris and buy one's clothes in America. That is understood, is it not? Nothing could I take with me; not...
LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER  - RICHMOND COUNTY CLUB   LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - RICHMOND COUNTY CLUB
22nd April 1912
New York Monday 22/4/12 c/o Mr. Hale Richmond County Club Dongan Hills Staten Island N.Y. Dear Mother, Just a line to let you know I am getting along much better. ...
The Witney Gazette GAMBLERS ON TITANIC ESCAPE BY DRESSING AS WOMEN
11th May 1912
An extraordinary story is reported in New York of the escape from the sinking Titanic of two well-known gamblers who, for some years, have frequented the Atlantic liners, and against whose card-sharking tricks notices have been posted on ...
Evening Telegram WILLIAM CARTER'S ACCOUNT
22nd April 1912
William E. Carter, when Mr. Ismay's statement was shown to him, corroborated the White Star line official. Mr. Carter said: – "The statements which have been made by many persons regarding Mr. Ismay's conduct are a...
LUCILE FROCKS   LUCILE FROCKS
April 1912
Lucile frocks.1912...
Time Magazine MILESTONES (1)
29th April 1935
Died. Lady Duff Gordon (Lucy Sutherland), 71, famed dress designer, long-time president of Lucile, Ltd (now defunct), Titanic survivor, sister of novelist Elinor Glyn; after six months' illness; in London. She was credited with the first split skirt,...
ALFRED NOURNEY : TITANIC TELEGRAM   ALFRED NOURNEY : TITANIC TELEGRAM

Wolff Cöln Sachsenring Titanic gesunken! Gerettet an Bord von Carpathia. Cunard Line. Vollständig mittel und kleiderlos. Alfred (Titanic sunk! Saved on board Cunard Line Carpathia. Completely dest...
Jersey Journal MRS. BRIDGET LYNCH; SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
4th November 1959
Was Young Girl on Way to U. S. --- Arrangements were completed today for the funeral of Mrs. Bridget Lynch of Jersey City who, as a girl of 18, survived the iceberg crash of the Cunard White Star liner Titanic in 1912. Mr...
  LETTER FROM WILLIAM BYLES TO HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW
21st April 1912
Bernards' Inn Bernardsville, N.J. April 21, 1912 My dear Mamma, Here we are at Bernardsville...went to St. Vincent's Hospital, when we met first some young boys and afterwards some girls who had been on the...
Atlantic Daily Bulletin JACK BUTTERWORTH
2002
Brian J. Ticehurst
Butterworth, Jack. Lived at 270 Priory Road, St Denys, Southampton. Was 23 years old. Occupation on board the Titanic - Saloon Steward. (Born in Manchester). (From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913). Number 326. Butterwort...
Salt Lake Tribune SUNDMAN'S ACCOUNT
28th April 1912
Account of the Titanic sinking by Johan Sundman...
  GEORGE RHEIMS CLAIM

itemized claim...
The Times MR. A. H. BARKWORTH
20th April 1912
Mr. A. H. Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, said he was sitting in the smoking-room when the boat struck the iceberg. He saw Mr. W. T. Stead on deck. He described how the forecastle was full of powdered ice. He noted the foremast was listin...
Brighton Argus MR. A. H. BARKWORTH (1)
19th April 1912
Mr. A. H. Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, said he was sitting in the smoking room when the boat struck the iceberg. He saw Mr. W. T. Stead on the deck. he described how the forecastle was full of powdered ice. He noted that the foremast w...
New York Times JURY FREES MISS EDITH ROSENBAUM
29th March 1918
Miss Edith Rosenbaum, a fashion writer, was acquitted yesterday by a jury in Judge Mayer's Part of the Federal District Court of a charge of having failed to declare a number of evening gowns, which she brought here from France last June. The in...
LOLA STERN : WILLIAM GREENFIELDS MOTHER IN LAW   LOLA STERN : WILLIAM GREENFIELDS MOTHER IN LAW

Lola Stern was born in Belgium c. 1878 to the largest diamond distributors in the world at the time. She married William Greenfields father-inlaw after his wife died - shortly after the ...
Chicago Daily Journal SUFFERED IN TITANIC HORROR, IS PAID $25
24th April 1912
Girl Says She Signed Waiver of Further Damages While Semiconscious  Twenty-five dollars is the estimate put on the damages suffered by one survivor of the Titanic...
  FAMILY MEMORIES

Family memories...
The Evening Standard, Ogden City, Utah, INDIFFERENT TO FATE SINCE FATHER'S DEATH
28th August 1912
Salt Lake, Aug. 27--- "I don't care what you do with me, for my life is worth nothing to me since my father, Captain Smith, went down in the Titanic," declared John Smith, 19, years of age, at the police station la...
Atlanta Constitution MRS. MAY FUTRELLE'S ACCOUNT
26th April 1912
It came my turn to get into a boat, it was the last, or next to the last lifeboat launched. Mr. Ismay was not in it, nor anywhere around....
New York Times ST. LOUIS PASSENGERS
16th April 1912
Theophile Papin, Jr., and Wealthy Miss Madill Among the Missourians --- Special to The New York Times --- ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 15---Among the St. Louis folk on the Titanic were Mrs. Edward Robert of 4,140 Lindell Avenue, ...
New York Sun THOMAS CARDEZA'S ACCOUNT
27th April 1912
Thomas D. M. Cardeza of Philadelphia told last night at the Ritz-Carlton how he and his mother, Mrs. J. W. M. Cardeza, together with the latter's maid and Mr. Cardeza's valet, got away from the Titanic.... "I had gone to bed but ha...
Gettysburg Complier RESCUE OF MRS BECKER
15th May 1912
Dr L. B. Wolf Secretary of Foreign Missionary Board of The General Synod Lutheran Church, tells that he met Mrs Becker, a Lutheran missionary from India, returning on the ill-fated Titanic, at New York when the Carpathia docked with the Titani...
New York Times DRESSMAKERS' QUICK FLIGHT
17th February 1912
Patrons, Too, Leave Without Ceremony When Fire Threatens --- A small but spectacular fire at 19 and 21 West Thirty-sixth Street shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon caused considerable excitement on Fifth Avenue among...
Folkestone Herald ELIZABETH NYE : FOLKESTONE PASSENGER'S GRAPHIC ACCOUNT
4th May 1912
Mrs. Nye's account of the catastrophe Captain Smith and the little girl His last words: 'I must go with the ship'. Mrs. Elizabeth Nye, daughter of Mr. Thomas I. Ramell, coach builder, Dover Road, Folkesto...
Washington Times DRESSED IN SKIRTS MAN LEFT TITANIC
22nd April 1912
Mrs. Fortune and Daughter Say a Coward Was in Last Lifeboat --- NEW YORK, April 22---A man in women’s clothes was among the survivors in lifeboat 10, according to Mrs. Mark Fortune, Winnipeg, who was rescued with her three daughters on...
Bridgwater Mercury T. THRELFALL, LEADING FIREMAN
April 1912
T. Threlfall, leading fireman, told a stirring tale of how his watch went down to their duty in the stokeholds after the ship had struck, how on an order from the bridge they were sent up on deck at 1.20 am by the engineers, who themselves stay...
New York Times GUGGENHEIM, DYING, SENT WIFE MESSAGE
20th April 1912
Tried to Do His Duty, He Asked Steward to Tell Her --- “GO DOWN LIKE GENTLEMEN” --- He and His Secretary, Facing Death, Wore Full Evening Dress---Brother Bitter Against Company --- James Etches, assistant s...
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. ...
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...
Washington Herald ISMAY OUTLINES VIEW OF WRECK
19th April 1912
Head of White Star Line, Under Guard, Makes First Statement --- New York, April 18---Mr. J. Bruce Ismay left the ship at about 11:15 o’clock to-night and went to the rear of the dock where the offices of the Cunard Line are located. H...
New York Times WOMEN WORK HARD FOR RESCUED FOLK
21st April 1912
Kept Busy Helping Survivors on to Their Destinations in Comfort --- FORTY LEAVE ST. VINCENT'S --- Individuals, as Well as Organized Committee, Give Much-Needed Personal Aid --- The task that was shouldered by...
New York Times TAFT AT PRESS CLUB DINNER
11th August 1911
He and Major Butt Entertained in Louisville-Col. Watterson Speaks --- LOUISVILLE, Nov. 8.--A dinner by the Louisville Press Club was the principal feature of President Taft's visit here this evening, and at it the President divid...
The Washington Times COL. GRACIE IS BURIED IN GARB WORN ON TITANIC
7th December 1912
Survivors of Ocean Disaster Attend Funeral of Brave Man --- Col. Archibald Gracie's final wish that be be buried in the clothes he wore when rescued from the sinking Titanic was carried out when he was laid to ...
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle MAY HOWARD'S ACCOUNT
24th April 1912
'I started from Southampton, England to visit my sister in Albion and owing to the coal strike was prevented from shipping on one of the smaller ocean liners that left previous to the Titanic. I left Southampton with a friend of mine, Mrs. ...
Worcester Telegram FUND FOR RELIEF OF MRS. ASPLUND AND HER CHILDREN IS GROWING SLOWLY
30th April 1912
Money for the Worcester Titanic relief fund that is to be used for the financial assistance of Mrs. Charles Asplund and her two children who survived the Titanic disaster, in which her husband and three children were lost, is coming slowly to the rel...
  LETTER HOME BY TITANIC SURVIVOR ERNST PERSSON

I can't find words to describe how dreadful everything was......
Hudson Observer ONE SURVIVOR REACHES HOME OF BROTHER
20th April 1912
Thomas Percy Oxenham, 22 years old, brother of Charles Oxenham, of 966Tonnele avenue, New Durham, is now resting after his frightfulexperience in the Titanic wreck. He came from Pondersend, Eng., to livewith his North Hudson re...
New York Times STATEMENT BY HAROLD BRIDE
19th April 1912
The following thrilling statement was dictated today by Mr. Bride, the assistant Marconi operator on board the Titanic, to the New York Times representative, in the presence of Mr. Marconi, who is now staying in Ne...
Chicago Daily Tribune PLEA FOR TITANIC ARRIVALS
26th April 1912
Girl Immigrants Here Get Only Nightgowns in New York OTHERS ARRIVE DESTITUTE Use of Money Collected Here Urged for Their Assistance Immigration officer in Chicago who have come in contact with Titanic s...
Chicago Tribune GIRL IMMIGRANTS HERE GET ONLY NIGHTGOWNS IN NEW YORK
26th April 1912
 PLEA FOR TITANIC ARRIVALS Girl Immigrants Here Get Only Nightgowns in New York Others Arrive Destitute Use of Money Collected Here Urged for Their Assistance  Imm...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle TO SUE FOR CLOTHES LOST ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Baron Alfred von Drachstedt Contemplates Action to Recover for Wardrobe....
  LETTER TO HIS OLD FRIEND ALFRED PARSONS
11th April 1912
''On board R.M.S. Titanic April 11, 1912. Dear Alfred I got yours this morning and was glad to hear from you. I thought I told you my ship was the Titanic. She has everything but taxicabs and theatres., Table D' Hote, Restau...
JESSIE LEITCH'S STORY Chicago Tribune JESSIE LEITCH'S STORY
21st April 1912
TELLS MISS LEITCH'S STORY     Nana Harper, the 6 year old daughter of Dr. John Harper, who was on his way to Chicago to preach at the Moody church will return to England...
Sunday Press TITANIC STORY BY CAVAN SURVIVOR
21st September 1952
Sunday Press:  Titanic Goes Down- But now comes a story within two stories for the local people have the firm belief that a little earth from the grave of Saint Mogue will, if carried with you, protect you from death by drowning, fire, in air or ...
Evening Bulletin TITANIC SURVIVOR WRITES OF HORROR TO FRIEND HERE
20th April 1912
“Like Scene on Stage," Says Dr. Alice Leeder in Letter to Mrs. Sarah Babcock --- One of the most interesting accounts of the Titanic disaster which has come to light is in a letter written on board the Carpathia by Dr. Alice Leeder, Ne...
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...
Burlington Daily Gazette GUNNAR TENGLIN
25th April 1912
"It was not a hard shock," said Tenglin, "but my friend and myself, finding the engines stopped, thought, we would go up and investigate. I put on all my clothes but my shoes and we went to the forward deck. The deck was covered ...
Chicago American TITANIC VICTIM IN CHICAGO TELLS OF SELF-DEATH
25th April 1912
TITANIC VICTIM IN CHICAGO TELLS OF OFFICER’S SELF-DEATH Remarkable strength of Carl Janson, another of the surviving passengers of the Titanic, kept him alive in the frigid ocean for six hour...
Daily Sketch DEATH OF LUCILE
22nd April 1935
Page 1 Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon, famous as "Lucile," the fashion expert whose articles in the Daily Sketch were for years a notable and most popular feature has died in Putney. Her husband Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon, Bt., died in April four y...
Elizabeth Daily Journal LEARNS SISTER WAS LOST ON FATED TITANIC (1)
19th April 1912
[The beginning of this article appears under Julia Barry's ET entry.] Overcome with grief at the loss of his wife and two children, who were on their way from England to join him in this country, Benjamin Peacock left his boarding plac...
Chicago Record-Herald SLUMS MOURN STEAD : OLD-TIMERS IN CHICAGO'S CHINATOWN REMEMBER
18th April 1912
SLUMS MOURN STEAD Old-Timers in Chicago’s Chinatown Remember English Author as “Billy, the Bum” Cleaned Streets in Chicago ...
Western Times ALICE PHILLIPS LETTER DESCRIBES SINKING OF TITANIC
7th May 1912
Vivid word picture of the “Titanic” wreck by an Ilfracombe survivor....
Ottawa Citizen SYRIAN WOMAN'S THRILLING NARRATIVE
24th April 1912
Ship's Officers Fired into Steerage: Panic Amid Rush for Lifeboats Mariana Assaff says Ten People on Doomed Ship were Bound for Ottawa but Two survive. ...How Mrs. Assaf views the Horror and Catastrophe of Her Rescue. "Mariana Assaf a...
Detroit News FOUR-YEAR OLD GIRL'S CLOTHES CATCH FIRE WHILE PARENTS ARE AWAY
23rd March 1914
Grocer, Hearing Screams, Rescues Child, But Injuries Are Fatal Death came yesterday to 4-year-old Mary Joseph, survivor of the Titanic disaster, when flames from a stove in her bedroom ignited her clothing while her ...
New York Times LADY DUFF GORDON SEES CHNIATOWN
23rd December 1907
Ciceroned by Chuck Conners, "an Admirable Character in His Place" --- COMPLIMENTS BY BOTH --- Mr. Conners Says He Always Did Like Socialist Hair and Mrs. Glyn Reminded Him of "Her Nobs" --- Lady Duff Gordon of Londo...
New York Times RENEE HARRIS, 93, FIRST WOMAN TO PRODUCE PLAYS HERE, IS DEAD
3rd September 1969
p.47, col. 5 Mrs. Renee Harris, New York's first woman theatrical producer, a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic, died yesterday at Doctor's Hospital. She was 93 years old and lived at 140 West 69th Street. A former owner...
Halifax Evening Mail THE SEARCH AT SEA FOR TITANIC'S DEAD
30th April 1912
THE STORY IN DETAIL OF THE MACKAY-BENNETT'S SEARCH FOR BODIES OF TITANIC VICTIMS ...
THOMAS WHITELEY'S TITANIC LECTURE   THOMAS WHITELEY'S TITANIC LECTURE
1912
About six o'clock in the morning I saw a collapsible boat; it was upside down with about thirty men standing on it. I was drifting towards this. ...
  REPORT TO MARCONI TRAFFIC MANAGER [EXTRACT]

Harold Bride, Junior Marconi operator in his Report of April 27th to W. B. Cross, Traffic Manager, Marconi Co. says: Just at this moment the Captain said: ''You cannot do any more; save yourselves.'' Leaving the Captain we climbed on top of th...
Newark Evening News HENRY BLANK DECLARES CURIOSITY SAVED HIM
19th April 1912
It was the desire of Henry Blank, a jeweler of this city, who lives in Glen Ridge, to find out what caused the shock to the Titanic when she struck the iceberg Sunday night that gave him a chance in one of the boats that saved his life. ...
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...
Unidentified Newspaper MISS WILLARD RELATES HER RESCUE FROM THE SEA
April 1912
Was Reading in Berth When Crash Came....
Leatherhead, Advertiser, Epsom District Times and County Post WRECK OF THE TITANIC LITTLE GIRLS ACCOUNT
18th May 1912
Mrs. Tate, of Elm Villas, Leatherhead, has just received from her daughter (Mrs. Collyer) a copy of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, containing an account of the wreck of the Titanic, as depicted by her daughter Margery, eight years of age. It will be remem...
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...
Denver Post LADY DUFF-GORDON TELLS OF SINKING OF GREAT LINER
19th April 1912
Lady Duff-Gordon dictated the following: I was asleep. The night was perfectly clear. I was awakened by a long grinding sort of shock. It was not a tremendous crash, but more as though someone had drawn a giant finger all along the side of the boat. ...
Providence Journal SEVERAL INTERVIEW EXCERPTS BY HELEN AND FAMILY DETAILS
11th August 2005
Shelley Dziedzic
article excerpt...
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 b...
  BELFAST TITANIC MEMORIAL HAS TOO MANY NAMES!

The Titanic Wall in Belfast contains the names of 1,512 alleged Titanic victims but there are 16 victims too many on the wall. ...
Evanston Daily News MARY HEWLETT - SURVIVOR OF TITANIC HERE
25th April 1912
Mrs. Mary Hewlitt, of Lucknow, India, Was Rescued From the Disabled Craft, Gives Description of Disaster Was Traveling Alone Woman Stops Here At Home of J. L. Hebblet...
THESE TWO MEN JUMPED OVERBOARD JUST BEFORE TITANIC SANK; ALL LIGHTS LIT WHEN SHE FOUNDERED Calgary Herald THESE TWO MEN JUMPED OVERBOARD JUST BEFORE TITANIC SANK; ALL LIGHTS LIT WHEN SHE FOUNDERED
21st April 1912
Special Dispatch to the Herald...
Galesburg Evening Mail TELLS OF RESCUE FROM TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Frank Kurun of Galesburg Tells How He Saved Himself and Daughter WAS IN A BOAT FIRST PICKED UP Jumped from Lower Deck Into Life Boat As It Was Being Lowered His Brother Drowned Frank Kurun,...
Hudson Observer LEAVES SINKING SHIP IN BOAT 13 AND STILL LIVES
23rd April 1912
Thomas Percy Oxenham Tells of His Escape from Titanic---------------CRASH SO GREAT HE IS THROWN FROM BERTHAnother of the survivors of the ill-fated Titanic, who is slowlyrecovering from the harrowing experiences suf...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle KARL BEHR LAUDS WORK OF ISMAY
19th April 1912
Karl H. Behr
Men and Women Helped Into First Lifeboats by White Star Director....
Ship to Shore WILLIAM SLOPER'S ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
1984
William T. Sloper
"I walked into the palm court of the Carleton hotel on Pall Mall in the middle of the afternoon. The streets around the hotel and the hotel itself were deserted except for one group of people...
Christian Science Monitor WOMAN SURVIVOR OF TITANIC TELLS OF THE LAST HOURS OF SHIP
19th April 1912
Miss Caroline Bonnell Says Great Vessel Stood Still in Tracks and Then Gave a Great Shiver SAW NO CONFUSION (Written for the United Press by Miss Caroline Bonnell) (Copyright 1912 by the United Press) M...
Hull Daily Mail A GHASTLY BOAT LOAD : CORPSES FROM THE TITANIC
18th May 1912
There were signs of starvation... that the poor people in the boat had torn the canvas with their fingernails and tried to relieve their hunger by chewing the cork....
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...
Outlook THE RESCUED : BY AN EYE-WITNESS ON THE CARPATHIA
27th April 1912
Article...
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 t...
CARPATHIA AND THE TITANIC: RESCUE AT SEA Titanic Review CARPATHIA AND THE TITANIC: RESCUE AT SEA
23rd May 2012
Mike Poirier
Michael Poirier reviews one of the few books to focus on the Titanic's rescue ship, the RMS Carpathia....
  KATE PHILLIPS' DAUGHTER'S STORY (CONCEIVED ON TITANIC CLAIM)

Submitted by Senan Molony...
Greensburg Herald Tribune YOUNG GREENSBURG WOMAN WAS PASSENGER ON ILL-FATED SHIP
22nd April 1912
"Oh, I feel bad, ver' bad, los' money, los' friend. When I stand up I see ship come again, when I shut my eyes. I see people go down, down, down--Oh ver' bad time." And, with the remembrance of it, Mrs. Sophie Abraham, 20 years old, shuddered and bur...
Christian Science Sentinel TESTIMONIES FROM THE FIELD
October 1912
It is difficult to tell from the experience which follows, but the student of the Christian Science will readily see in it that acceptance of the truth made the overcoming of fear possible, even as in the case if disease, and that divine Princi...
Democrat and Chronicle ROCHESTER WOMAN TELLS OF TITANIC SINKING IN 1912
15th April 1931
Mrs. John Black Barely Reached Last Boat To Leave Ship, And Tiny Craft Was Nearly Drawn Into Great Vortex by Samuel B. Covey "No, I am not averse to another ocean voyage, although I have not been on one since, for I re...
Washington Times NO ALARM FELT WHEN STEAMER FIRST STRUCK
19th April 1912
MISS CAROLINE BONNELL
Passengers Came on Deck to Get View of Big Berg --- TERRIBLE SUFFERING IN THE LIFEBOATS --- Carpathia Gave Tenderest Care To the Rescued---Four Buried At Sea --- BY MISS CAROLINE BONNELL (Copyrighted, ...
THE BOY IN THE PICTURE Titanica! THE BOY IN THE PICTURE
28th March 2002
Gavin Murphy
The story of Ned Parfett: newsboy, soldier and photographic icon....
Southport Visitor SOUTHPORT PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC.
20th April 1912
THE MISSES BONNELL. Among the passengers on board the Titanic was Miss Lily Bonnell, of 17, Welbeck-road, who was proceeding on a six months' visit to her brother, who lives in the States. She was accompanied by ...
Kenosha Telegraph-Courier MRS. HANSON IS HOME

MRS. HANSON IS HOME _____________________   ...
New York Post TITANIC : STORIES OF THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Earliest In The Boats Missed The More Terrible Scenes...
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...
New York Herald TITANIC : THE COUNTESS OF ROTHES AND THE PHANTOM LIGHT
21st April 1912
LADY ROTHES DESCRIBES THE HORROR OF SURVIVORS' CHASE OF PHANTOM LIGHT ...
  EDITH LOUISE ROSENBAUM RUSSELL (1879-1975)

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on 12 June 1879, the fashion writer, consultant, importer, buyer and stylist Edith Louise Rosenbaum began her career abroad as a saleswoman in 1908 for the Maison Cheruit in the Place Vendome in Paris. Later she wrote for th...
New York Times BUYER FINDS TRADE IN GERMANY STIFLED
23rd April 1915
E. P. Calderhead Say Factories There Are Crippled Because They Lack Materials --- ALL PRICES HAVE ADVANCED --- Berlin Streets, Cafes, and Hotels Deserted---Factory Workers in France Are Men Over 70 --- A repo...
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....
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 ---...
AN ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER BY A SURVIVOR The Sphere AN ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER BY A SURVIVOR
1912
Joseph Scarrott
"The night of April 14, 1912, will never be forgotten. It was a beautiful starlight night, no wind, and the sea was as calm as a lake, but the air was very cold." "Everybody was in good spirits and everything throughout the ship ...
New York Post BOAT SPACE LOST
19th April 1912
Many of the lifeboats which bore the survivors of the Titanic to safety were only half-filled according to a Pennsylvania business man, who stood at the rail of the Carpathia and saw every one of the ...
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...
Maidenhead Advertiser AN ACCOUNT OF MY JOURNEY ON THE TITANIC
29th April 1912
Nellie Walcroft
Sir, I am sending the account of my journey on the Titanic thinking that it will interest those at Maidenhead whom I know. I left Maidenhead on April 9th., stayed in London and caught 'the special train to Southampton at...