Titanic : On this Day... 20 April

Titanic events from today in history

The following 3 people were born

CRAFTON, Mr John Bertram — 20th April 1853
MINAHAN, Dr William Edward — 20th April 1867
STRANDÉN, Mr Juho Niilosson — 20th April 1881

The following 4 people died

DUFF GORDON, Sir Cosmo Edmund — 20th April 1931
DUFF GORDON, Lucy Christiana, Lady — 20th April 1935
LEADER, Dr Alice May — 20th April 1944
WEST, Mrs Ada Mary — 20th April 1953

The following 240 items were published

The Los Angeles Herald (1904) A WORD TO FISHERMEN — 20th April 1904
(1912) CHRISTOPHER MILLS LETTER — 20th April 1912
(1912) DIE WOCHE (GERMANY), APRIL 20 1912 — 20th April 1912
(1912) ISIDOR STRAUS (1) — 20th April 1912
Aberdeen Daily Journal (1912) MR. F. D. MILLET — 20th April 1912
Adams County News (1912) LOCAL INTEREST IN TITANIC LOSS — 20th April 1912
Akron Beacon Journal (1912) AKRON WOMEN TELL THRILLING STORIES OF THEIR RESCUE FROM THE DOOMED SHIP — 20th April 1912
Akron Beacon Journal (1912) MRS. ADDIE WELLS THOUGHT IT WAS BOAT DRILL UNTIL SHE SAW OFFICER'S PISTOL — 20th April 1912
Arlington Advocate (1912) A W NEWELL OF LEXINGTON — 20th April 1912
Asbury Park Evening Press (1912) BOUND FOR BELMAR; SINK WITH TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Asbury Park Evening Press (1912) COMPTONS TELL OF TITANIC DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Atlantic City Daily Press (1912) ALARMED COUNTY MAN FINDS SISTER WAS RESCUED — 20th April 1912
Atlantic City Daily Press (1912) FRIEND OF REV. HUDSON'S PERISHED IN WRECK — 20th April 1912
Atlantic City Daily Press (1912) LITTLE DISORDER ON TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Baltimore Sun (1912) JOHN BORLAND THAYER — 20th April 1912
Bath Journal (1912) FREDERICK GOODWIN AND HIS WIFE AND SIX CHILDREN — 20th April 1912
Binghamton Press (1912) MRS. H.A. CASSEBEER AMONG PASSENGERS OF ILL-FATED BOAT — 20th April 1912
Birkenhead News (1912) AN ARGYLE THEATRE'S BANDSMAN AMONG THE TITANIC ORCHESTRA — 20th April 1912
Birkenhead News (1912) PHOTOGRAPH OF WILFRED BUNNELL — 20th April 1912
Borough of West Ham, East Ham, and Stratford Express (1912) THE TITANIC DISASTER (1) — 20th April 1912
Boston Daily Globe (1912) LATTIMER MOURNED — 20th April 1912
Boston Globe (1912) ANDREW LATIMER — 20th April 1912
Boston Globe (1912) CAROLINE BROWN — 20th April 1912
Boston Globe (1912) JAMILA AND ELIAS NICOLA YARRED WITH THEIR MOTHER — 20th April 1912
Boston Traveler (1912) MRS J. MURRAY BROWN, OF BELMONT, WRECK SURVIVOR — 20th April 1912
Bridgwater Mercury (1912) NOTABLE PEOPLE ON BOARD — 20th April 1912
Bridgwater Mercury (1912) WEST COUNTRY PEOPLE IN THE TITANIC : MELKSHAM — 20th April 1912
Bridgwater Mercury (1912) WEST COUNTRY PEOPLE IN THE TITANIC: CASTLE CARY — 20th April 1912
Bridgwater Mercury (1912) WEST COUNTRY PEOPLE IN THE TITANIC: PUDDLETRENTHIDE — 20th April 1912
Brighton Argus (1912) SUSSEX AND THE DISASTER: WORTHING ASSOCIATIONS — 20th April 1912
Calgary Herald (1912) ANOTHER ADDED TO LIST OF LOST IS ALBERT MALLET, A TRAVELLER — 20th April 1912
Calgary Herald (1912) WILLIAM HARBECK WITH MOVIE CAMERA — 20th April 1912
Camden Daily Courier (1912) EXPLOSION PITCHED HIM INTO SEA — 20th April 1912
Camden Daily Courier (1912) SURE SUTTON HAS PERISHED AT SEA — 20th April 1912
Camden Post-Telegram (1912) CAMDEN MAN MOURNS BROTHERS ON TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Camden Post-Telegram (1912) MANY MOURN FOR MR. FRED. SUTTON — 20th April 1912
Chatham, Rochester, and Gillingham News (1912) LIFE INSURANCE — 20th April 1912
Chicago American (1912) MAN ON MAURETANIA LEAPS TO HIS DEATH — 20th April 1912
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) ISMAY TIRED TO ESCAPE ON CEDRIC, WIRELESS SHOWS — 20th April 1912
Chicago Daily News (1912) NOT ALL STOCK ISSUED — 20th April 1912
Chicago Daily Tribune (1912) SHE WOULD NOT LEAVE HER HUSBAND AND WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC. — 20th April 1912
Chicago Daily Tribune (1912) STORY OF RESCUE BY A CHICAGOAN — 20th April 1912
Chicago Daily Tribune (1912) STORY OF TITANIC RESCUE BY A CHICAGOAN — 20th April 1912
Chicago Evening Post (1912) ANOTHER CHICAGOAN HIT IN TITANIC WRECK — 20th April 1912
Chicago Examiner (1912) 2 BOXERS DIE ON TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Chicago Examiner (1912) GIANTS IN TITANIC BENEFIT — 20th April 1912
Chicago Examiner (1912) MISS ANNIE KELLY IN HOSPITAL — 20th April 1912
Chicago Inter Ocean (1912) HUMAN BUZZARDS OF SEA SINK WITH TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) MEEHAN KIN ESCAPE — 20th April 1912
Chicago Tribune (1912) MRS. H. J. ALLISON — 20th April 1912
Chicago Tribune (1912) SEAMAN TELLS OF CAPTAIN'S DEATH — 20th April 1912
Chicago Tribune (1912) THOMAS FOLEY'S BROTHER GONE — 20th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) BUTT A COURTIER TO DEATH, SAYS WOMAN — 20th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) JOY AND SADNESS COME WITH NEWS — 20th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) LOSES ALL HIS MONEY — 20th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) REMAINS IN HOPE HUSBAND IS SAVED — 20th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) SAYS MUSICIANS KNELT AS THEY PLAYED HYMN — 20th April 1912
Connaught Telegraph (1912) WRECK OF THE TITANIC (LAHARDANE PASSENGERS) — 20th April 1912
Courier Post (NJ) (1912) EDGAR AND FRED GILES — 20th April 1912
Courier Post (NJ) (1912) EDGAR GILES — 20th April 1912
Courier Post (NJ) (1912) FRED GILES — 20th April 1912
Croydon Times (1912) THORNTON HEATH FAMILY AMONG THE MISSING — 20th April 1912
Cumberland News (1912) LOCAL VICTIMS OF THE DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Cumberland News (1912) MR. WILLIAM MURDOCH — 20th April 1912
Daily Enterprise (1912) LINER'S LAST MOMENTS GRAPHICALLY DESCRIBED — 20th April 1912
Daily Graphic (1912) SOME OF THE SAVED — 20th April 1912
Daily Home News (1912) JERSEY WOMEN TELL THRILLING TALES — 20th April 1912
Daily Mirror (1912) HOW IT FEELS TO BE A HERO — 20th April 1912
Derbyshire Times (1912) MISS MARSDEN SAVED — 20th April 1912
Detroit Free Press (1912) EMMA BUCKNELL — 20th April 1912
Detroit Journal (1912) MRS. JANE QUICK — 20th April 1912
Dowagiac Daily News (1912) MR. AND MRS. BISHOP GIVE FIRST AUTHENTIC INTERVIEW CONCERNING TITANTIC [SIC] DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) LEARNS SISTER WAS LOST ON FATED TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Evening Bulletin (1912) BRIDE BEING TAKEN FROM CARPATHIA — 20th April 1912
Evening Bulletin (1912) MRS. BREWE COLLAPSES — 20th April 1912
Evening Bulletin (1912) TITANIC SURVIVOR WRITES OF HORROR TO FRIEND HERE — 20th April 1912
Exeter Flying Post (1912) DEVONIANS ON BOARD — 20th April 1912
Exeter Flying Post (1912) DEVONIANS ON BOARD (2) — 20th April 1912
Exeter Flying Post (1912) DEVONIANS ON BOARD (3) — 20th April 1912
Exeter Flying Post (1912) DEVONIANS ON BOARD (4) — 20th April 1912
Exeter Flying Post (1912) DEVONIANS ON BOARD (5) — 20th April 1912
Exeter Flying Post (1912) DEVONIANS ON BOARD (5) — 20th April 1912
Guernsey Evening Press (1912) MR. J. DUQUEMIN (1) — 20th April 1912
Hartford Courant (1912) KARL BEHR — 20th April 1912
Highland News (1912) CAPTAIN GOES DOWN WITH SHIP — 20th April 1912
Highland News (1912) MEN WHO DIED LIKE HEROES — 20th April 1912
Hudson Dispatch (1912) HARROWING TALE OF SCENES ON TITANIC BY MISS DOWDELL — 20th April 1912
Hudson Observer (1912) GUTTENBERG WOMAN'S SISTER IN HOSPITAL — 20th April 1912
Hudson Observer (1912) HOBOKEN MAN LOSES BROTHER IN DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Hudson Observer (1912) ONE SURVIVOR REACHES HOME OF BROTHER — 20th April 1912
Hudson Observer (1912) UNION HILL WOMAN SAYS BAND DIDN'T PLAY ON TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Illustrated Western Weekly News (1912) MR AND MRS TURPIN — 20th April 1912
Indianapolis News (1912) MAY FUTRELLE IN 1912 — 20th April 1912
Indianapolis News (1912) NELLIE BECKER — 20th April 1912
Indianapolis News (1912) RUTH BECKER — 20th April 1912
Indianapolis News (1912) SYLVIA AND ALDEN CALDWELL — 20th April 1912
Indianapolis Star (1912) HOOSIER CAPITALIST MISSING — 20th April 1912
Jersey Journal (1912) HUDSON COUNTY SURVIVORS TELL OF SEA TRAGEDY — 20th April 1912
Jersey Journal (1912) RESCUED UNION HILL GIRL'S STORY — 20th April 1912
Kent Messenger (1912) HAROLD BRIDE IS SAFE — 20th April 1912
Kent Messenger (1912) NEWS OF THE THORNEYCROFTS ON THE TITANIC — 20th April 1912
L'Excelsior (1912) ARCHIBALD W. BUTT — 20th April 1912
L'Excelsior (1912) ASTOR SAYS: WE'LL MEET IN NEW YORK — 20th April 1912
L'Excelsior (1912) CAPTAIN SMITH COMMITTED SUICIDE — 20th April 1912
L'Excelsior (1912) MRS STRAUS WOULD NOT LEAVE HER HUSBAND — 20th April 1912
L'Excelsior (1912) THE ASTORS — 20th April 1912
Le Journal (1912) HOW MRS. MEYER ESCAPED — 20th April 1912
Le Journal (1912) MRS MARVIN — 20th April 1912
Le Journal (1912) SAMUEL GOLDENBERG — 20th April 1912
Le Petit Journal (1912) AN ANGUISHED SISTER — 20th April 1912
Liverpool Echo (1912) CHARLES SEDGWICK — 20th April 1912
Liverpool Echo (1912) CHARLES WILLIAM HOGG — 20th April 1912
Liverpool Echo (1912) JOHN ROBERT GILES — 20th April 1912
Manitoba Free Press (1912) FORTUNE FAMILY PARTED IN BOAT IN GOOD CHEER — 20th April 1912
Mid Cumberland and Westmoreland Herald (1912) JOSEPH BELL — 20th April 1912
Mid Cumberland and Westmoreland Herald (1912) UNKNOWN TITLE (5) — 20th April 1912
Monmouth Daily Atlas (1912) BUSHNELL MAN LOST ON TITANIC — 20th April 1912
New York Evening Journal (1912) ASTOR TO DYNAMITE TITANIC — 20th April 1912
New York Herald (1912) HE ADVERTISES FOR MISSING RELATIVE — 20th April 1912
New York Herald (1912) MAUD SINCOCK'S ACCOUNT — 20th April 1912
New York Herald (1912) NURSE ALICE CLEAVER — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) CAPTAIN'S OFFICIAL REPORTS — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) CLASSIFIED AD — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) GEORGE B. GOLDSCHMIDT — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) GUGGENHEIM, DYING, SENT WIFE MESSAGE — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) HEARD DEATH CHORUS FOR OVER AN HOUR — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) JESSE STRAUS TO HURRY HOME — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) MEMORIAL NOTICE (1) — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) MORGAN STOPS FESTIVITIES — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) MRS. ASTOR IS ILL, BUT NOT CRITICALLY — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) MRS. HARRIS GAINS STRENGTH — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) PRAISE ASTOR AND BUTT — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) TAFT'S TRIBUTE TO BUTT — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) TIMES AD FOR MISSING BOY — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (1) — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (2) — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1912) WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (3) — 20th April 1912
Newark Evening News (1912) JOHN S. MARCH ONE OF THE HEROES — 20th April 1912
Newark Evening News (1912) LIFEBOAT NOT FILLED, KARL BEHR DECLARES — 20th April 1912
Newark Evening News (1912) MORE FROM JERSEY MAY HAVE PERISHED IN SEA — 20th April 1912
Newark Evening News (1912) ROEBLING LAST SEEN WAVING TO LIFEBOATS — 20th April 1912
Newark Evening News (1912) SAY LIFEBOAT COULD HAVE HELD TEN MORE — 20th April 1912
Newark Evening News (1912) SURVIVOR VISITS MONTCLAIR — 20th April 1912
Newark Evening News (1912) SWAM TO BOAT; SAYS SAILORS BEAT HIM — 20th April 1912
Newark Evening News (1912) WRITES OF NEGLIGENCE 'MORE THAN CRIMINAL' — 20th April 1912
Newark Star (1912) GIRL SAYS FATHER SAVED HER IN WRECK — 20th April 1912
North American (1912) BARBER THROWN FROM TITANIC AS IT SANK — 20th April 1912
North American (1912) WOMAN IN WILMINGTON TELLS OF THE DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Norwich Mercury (1912) MR AND MRS EDWARD BEANE — 20th April 1912
Oak Leaves (1912) TITANIC DISASTER : OAK PARK TOUCHED BY GREATEST SHIPWRECK — 20th April 1912
Oxford Times (1912) LOCAL PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Paterson Morning Call (1912) WILLIAM C. JOHNSON, JR. — 20th April 1912
Perth Amboy Evening News (1912) RESCUED TOTTENVILLE WOMAN DESCRIBES DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Pittsburgh Press (1912) SALLIE BECKWITH — 20th April 1912
Port Jefferson Echo (1912) A FRIGHTFUL DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Providence Journal (1912) STEAD'S BROTHER INDIGNANT-ASKS WHAT RIGHT ISMAY SAVED FROM WRECK — 20th April 1912
Reading Observer (1912) DODD — 20th April 1912
Reading Observer (1912) NO READING PEOPLE AMONG TITANIC PASSENGERS — 20th April 1912
Rutherford Republican (1912) MAIL CLERKS DIED BRAVELY — 20th April 1912
Salt Lake Tribune (1912) FEAR PROVO WOMAN DISASTER VICTIM — 20th April 1912
San Francisco Bulletin (1912) DR. DODGE GIVES STORY OF RESCUE — 20th April 1912
San Francisco Bulletin (1912) LOCAL MINING MAN IS ON TITANIC'S DEATH LIST — 20th April 1912
San Francisco Bulletin (1912) TWO U.C. MEN LOST IN WRECK OF TITANIC — 20th April 1912
San Francisco Examiner (1912) COLONEL JOHN WEIR — 20th April 1912
Schenectady Gazette (1912) MISS NELLIE HOCKING — 20th April 1912
Sheffield Daily Telegraph (1912) CHESTERFIELD NURSE RESCUED — 20th April 1912
Sheffield Daily Telegraph (1912) RETFORD LADY ON THE TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Sligo Times (1912) SLIGO MOURNS — 20th April 1912
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express (1912) LETTER FROM MR. H. P. HODGES — 20th April 1912
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express (1912) MR. C. H. LIGHTOLLER, THE SECOND OFFICER — 20th April 1912
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express (1912) TOUCHING MESSAGE FROM CAPTAIN'S WIFE — 20th April 1912
Southport Guardian (1912) SOUTHPORT AND BIRKDALE VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Southport Visitor (1912) SOUTHPORT PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC. — 20th April 1912
Staffordshire Advertiser (1912) STAFFORDSHIRE VICTIMS OF THE DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Staffordshire Advertiser (1912) STAFFORDSHIRE VICTIMS OF THE DISASTER (1) — 20th April 1912
Staffordshire Advertiser (1912) WEST BROMWICH MEN ON TITANIC — 20th April 1912
Staten Islander (1912) MISS MARY DAVIES — 20th April 1912
Stratford Express (1912) THE TITANIC DISASTER — 20th April 1912
Surrey Advertiser and County Times (1912) MR. AND MRS. HARVEY COLLYER — 20th April 1912
Surrey Advertiser and County Times (1912) OTHER PASSENGERS — 20th April 1912
Surrey Advertiser and County Times (1912) TWO WITLEY VICTIMS — 20th April 1912
The Argus (Melbourne) (1912) NERVIEST MAN IN SERVICE — 20th April 1912
The Evening Post (1912) LEAPS FROM LINER'S DECK. — 20th April 1912
The Evening Post (1912) MASSACHUSETTS VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC TRAGEDY — 20th April 1912
The Globe (1912) EATON'S DAILY STORE NEWS — 20th April 1912
The Patriot (1912) MISS KEANE HOME; HER COMPLETE STORY — 20th April 1912
The Syracuse Herald (1912) FIRE RAGED ON TITANIC FIVE DAYS — 20th April 1912
The Times (1912) FRENCHMEN'S ACCOUNT — 20th April 1912
The Times (1912) MR H.FORBES JULIAN — 20th April 1912
The Times (1912) MR. A. H. BARKWORTH — 20th April 1912
The Times (1912) MRS W. D. MARVIN — 20th April 1912
The Times (1912) OBITUARY : THE REV E.C. & MRS CARTER — 20th April 1912
The Times (1912) ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA — 20th April 1912
The Times (1912) OTHER STATEMENTS BY SURVIVORS — 20th April 1912
The Toronto World (1912) HOW MAJ. PEUCHEN ESCAPED. — 20th April 1912
The Toronto World (1912) MAJOR PEUCHEN BLAMES CAPTAIN WHO WENT DOWN WITH HIS SHIP — 20th April 1912
The Toronto World (1912) THINGS THAT ISMAY DID NOT OBSERVE — 20th April 1912
The Washington Post (1912) RESCUED WOMAN PAYS TRIBUTE TO HEROIC MEN ON TITANIC — 20th April 1912
The Witney Gazette (1912) CAPTAIN'S SUICIDE ON THE BRIDGE — 20th April 1912
Totnes Times & Devon News (1912) THE LOCAL PASSENGERS — 20th April 1912
Trenton Evening Times (1912) ROEBLING AROUSED SLEEPERS TO FLIGHT AND SCORNED TO SAVE HIMSELF — 20th April 1912
Unidentified Newspaper (1912) ASTOR'S OLD BUTLER A HERO — 20th April 1912
Unidentified Newspaper (1912) WOMAN RELATES THRILLING RACE OF CARPATHIA — 20th April 1912
Utica Herald-Dispatch (1912) MRS THORNEYCROFT'S ACCOUNT — 20th April 1912
Washington Herald (1912) ARCHIE PUT ME IN A LIFEBOAT — 20th April 1912
Washington Herald (1912) FIRST CLAIM PAID — 20th April 1912
Washington Herald (1912) MRS. TYRELL W. CAVENDISH — 20th April 1912
Washington Post (1912) TITANIC'S WIRELESS CHIEF DIED ON A LIFERAFT — 20th April 1912
Washington Times (1912) NATION MAY RAISE GREAT MEMORIAL TO DISASTER'S HERO — 20th April 1912
Washington Times (1912) TELL THEM NO WOMAN DIED BECAUSE I WAS COWARD ---GUGGENHEIM — 20th April 1912
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) BODMIN PRIESTS BEREAVED — 20th April 1912
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) BODMIN PRIESTS BEREAVED (1) — 20th April 1912
Western Mail (1912) SWANSEA VALLEY VICTIMS — 20th April 1912
Western Morning News (1912) FROM THE WESTCOUNTRY — 20th April 1912
Western People (1912) AWFUL SHIPPING DISASTER. LOSS OF THE TITANIC WITH OVER 1200 SOULS — 20th April 1912
Wiltshire Times (1912) GOOD NEWS FOR BRADFORDIANS — 20th April 1912
Wiltshire Times (1912) TITANIC WIRELESS OPERATOR — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) BE BRITISH, MY MEN CAPT. SMITH'S ORDER — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) BOY'S PRAYER FOR LIFE ANSWERED — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) BRAVE MUSICIANS OF SHIP MEET FATE TRYING TO DROWN CRIES OF THE PERISHING PASSENGERS — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) CARPATHIA'S CAPT. ALL WORN OUT — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) LANDING MOST PATHETIC SIGHT — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) PRAISES HEROISM OF THE SAILORS — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) PRES. HAYS WIDOW LEAVES FOR HOME — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) SAVES DOGS WHILE PASSENGERS PERISH — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) SAYS ISMAY CHOSE OWN BOAT CREW — 20th April 1912
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) STILL PLAYING AS WATER CREEPS UP — 20th April 1912
Worcester Telegram (1912) CAPT ROSTRON'S TRAGIC STORY — 20th April 1912
Worcester Telegram (1912) FOUR OF THE ASPLUNDS ARE TITANIC VICTIMS — 20th April 1912
Worcester Telegram (1912) FUTRELLE MET DEATH LIKE HERO SAYS WIFE — 20th April 1912
Worcester Telegram (1912) ICE CAKE HELPED HIM TO ESCAPE — 20th April 1912
Worcester Telegram (1912) LIGHTS AID BOATS KEEPING TOGETHER — 20th April 1912
Worcester Telegram (1912) MRS ABBOTT IS STILL IN HOSPITAL — 20th April 1912
Worcester Telegram (1912) STEAD AND ASTOR CLING TO RAFT — 20th April 1912
New York Times (1914) C. E. H. STENGEL, TITANIC SURVIVOR — 20th April 1914
New York Times (1919) GOLF TITLE TO FOWNES — 20th April 1919
Bridgeport Post (1925) DROWNING OF PALMQUIST IS AN ACCIDENT — 20th April 1925
Hartford Courant (1931) SUSAN WEBBER IN 1931 — 20th April 1931
New York Times (1933) HERMAN MANDELBAUM — 20th April 1933

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