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Throwing Snowballs on the Titanic and Captain Smith Shooting a Man Who Tried to Force His Way into a Lifeboat
The archive contains some amazing stories about the sinking of the Titanic. In particular, ‘The Western Times’ of Tuesday 23 April 1912, contains dozens of
Shoes left outside the cabins to be polished. Even the captain's bath tub. An eerie trip with the tourists diving two miles to see the Titanic
As the craft glides through the freezing depths of the ocean, more than two miles below the surface, I stare out through the thick glass window into the abyss.
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Mary Anne Perreault. She was a personal maid to Mrs. Charles Hays, a wealthy woman who's husband was the president of a railroad. They boarded the Titanic for their trip to America. The night of the sinking, she and Mrs. Hays were put into lifeboat #3 and then rescued by the Carpathia.
Circus of Splendor & Grandeur
1911: Invite to the launch of the Titanic (x) ... “ 1911: Invite to the launch of the Titanic (x) “Shipyard worker’s ticket for the launch of Titanic, 31 May 1911. “This ticket was issued to Mr David Moneypenny, a Harland & Wolff painter who worked...
LETTER WRITTEN ON BOARD RMS TITANIC The famous Letter to Gladys was written mailed and one of the few rare correspondence that survived. Edwina Troutt wrote it to her friend describing how lovely the ship is. Many years later at a Titanic Historical Society meeting, which she was an Honour Member, she was a very surprised lady when Edward Kamuda showed her that letter she had written so many years ago!