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New York Times2nd June 1912
Philadelphia Survivor of the Titanic Entertains Commander of the Carpathia---NOTABLES AT THE TABLE---Skipper and His Surgeon Go to Haverford with Hostess Following Astor Lunche...
New York Times1st June 1912
Rescuer of Titanic Survivors Meets Again Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Cumings---GOES TO SEE MRS. WIDENER ---With the Crew of the Carpathia He Will Attend Concert for Musicians' Familie...
New York Times23rd June 1916
Simple Ceremony in Little Episcopal Chapel in Bar Harbor, with Sunshine as Good Omen---FATHER GIVES BRIDE AWAY---Relatives and a Few Friends at Nuptials, While Police Keep Crow...
New York Times4th May 1912
Aix-les-Bains Correspondent Tells of the Financier's Strenuous "Cure"---By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times---LONDON, May 3---An Aix-les...
New York Times30th June 1934
Despite Illness, Mrs. Fiermonte Goes Alone to Newport for Marriage to Miss French---FORMER HUSBAND A GUEST--- W. K. Dick to Be in Trinity Church Today---Rehearsal for the Cerem...
THE SS CALIFORNIAN AND DUNDEE: SCOTLAND’S FORGOTTEN LEVIATHAN
Titanica!19th October 2018
Harland Duzen
Genesis of the ship that 'stood still'...
OFFICERS' LUNCHEON MENU Rare menu comes up for auction...
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION
The Shipbuilder
Olympic and Titanic to provide passenger accommodation of unrivalled extent and magnificence......
The Sydney Morning Herald30th April 1885
At 11 o'clock to-day the intercolonial lawn tennis match between New South Wales and Victoria, commences at the Association Cricket Ground, Moore Pa...
The Sydney Morning Herald4th May 1885
Mr. Ismay and Miss Scarvell play Mr. Cropper and Miss Lamb...
The Times22nd July 1899
BELFAST, July 20---Mr. Thomas H. Ismay, chairman of the White Star Line, was to-day presented with the freedom of the city...
New York Times12th 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...
The first of the official receptions on the White Star-Dominion R. M. S. Laurentic takes place today, when a luncheon will be provided, to which the following, amongst others, are the ...
New York Times2nd 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 ...
New York Times7th September 1911
Rev. Dr. E. C. Johnson, Newport Baptist, Refuses to Perform Ceremony with Miss Force --- METHODIST ALSO DECLINES --- Clergyman Told That Wedding Was, Planned for To...
New York Times10th September 1911
Early Morning Ceremony at Beechwood, the Bridegroom's Newport Home...
1ST CLASS MENU SAVED BY MISS ELISE LURETTE Miss Elise Lurette, a French passenger who was Mrs Spencer's travelling companion (more than 'maid'), used to lose her way on the Titanic. She did not speak English and she had crossed her cabin on a ...
New York Times17th 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 Squ...
New York Times17th 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 ...
Highland Times18th April 1912
ow is it that the Titanic, which with its patent watertight compartments was supposed to be unsinkable, went down in the short space of four hours: and how, if she remained afloat even for that short ...
New York Times23rd April 1912
Once Said He Would Never Die in His Bed, but in a Crowd, Struggling---2,000 AT MEMORIAL FOR HIM---Dr. Hillis and J. A. MacDonald Praise Him as an Editor and a Fighter Against W...
New York Times24th December 1917
Sculptor Engaged to Miss Ellen A. Ryerson of Chicago---Special to The New York Times---CHICAGO, Dec. 23---Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of 2,700 Lakeview Avenue annou...
The Times12th 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 ...
The Western Times3rd September 1921
TITANIC SURVIVOR LOSES £3,000 BROOCH A diamond brooch worth about £,000 belonging to Mrs. J.J. Brown, and American visitor to Deauville, which was the sole arti...
Western Morning News and Mercury3rd September 1921
A diamond brooch worth about £3,000, belonging to Mrs. J.J. Brown, an American visitor to Deanville, which was the sole article saved from her jewels in the wreck of the Titanic, was stolen t...
New York Times27th June 1934
Rev. E. S. Travers to Assist Rev. H. St. G. Burrill at Wedding---Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES---NEWPORT, R. I., June 26---The Rev. Edward S. Travers, rector of the Episcopal C...
New York Times14th August 1935
Ang 14,1935---Mr. and Mrs. Enzo Fiermonte, Mrs. Lorillard Spencer and Mrs. J. L. Banks Jr. Guests---Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES---NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 13---Mr. a...
THE FINAL IDENTIFICATION OF THE UNKNOWN CHILD
Titanica!9th September 2011
Alan Ruffman
Identification of Body No. 4 in Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Halifax...
SHADOW OF THE TITANIC: THE EXTRAORDINARY STORIES OF THOSE WHO SURVIVED
Titanic Review29th November 2011
Mark Chirnside
Mark Chirnside reviews Andrew Wilson's new book exploring the later lives of Titanic's survivors....
MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT
Titanica!26th April 2012
Hugh Brewster
The inaction of a man of action...
UNIQUE TITANIC LETTER FROM DAY OF COLLISION TO BE SOLD
Titanic News31st March 2014
A letter written by a Titanic survivor on board the Titanic on the day of the collision is to be auctioned......
PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE
Titanica!21st August 2014
Mike Poirier
The Complex case of Mrs. Cassebeer...
FROM MYTH TO LEGEND: HOW MARGARET BECAME MOLLY
Titanica!3rd August 2021
Randy Bryan Bigham
The musical The Unsinkable Molly Brown made Margaret Brown more famous than she was in real life, but the fiction it perpetuated began much earlier. Randy Bryan Bigham explores the beginning of the Molly Brown myth....