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LUCY DUFF-GORDON (1863-1935).
Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff-Gordon. English fashion designer. Photograph, c1916.
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TITANIC HEADLINE, 1912.
Front page of the San Francisco Chronicle, 16 April 1912, reporting on the sinking the previous day of the White Star liner 'Titanic,' following its collision with an iceberg in the North Atlantic.
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TITANIC SINKING, 1912.
The sinking of the Titanic during the night of 14-15 April 1912. Drawing by survivor Leo Jones Hyland, a steward on the Titanic.
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TITANIC: SURVIVORS, 1912.
Survivors of the Titanic shipwreck arriving in Plymouth, England, on 28 April 1912. At left center is Isaac Maynard, a cook, and at center right are steward James Witter and stewardess Annie Robinson.
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TITANIC: SOUTHAMPTON, 1912.
The departure of the Titanic on her maiden voyage from Southampton, 10 April 1912.
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TITANIC: LIFEBOATS, 1912.
As lifeboats are launched from the sinking 'Titanic,' one is nearly lowered on top of another. Drawing, 1912.
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TITANIC: MEMORIAL, 1912.
Memorial service for the victims of the Titanic shipwreck at St. Paul's Cathedral in London, England, 19 April 1912.
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TITANIC MEMORIAL, 2008.
Granite statue in southwest Washington, D.C., that honors the men who gave their lives so that women and children might be saved during the RMS 'Titanic' disaster on 15 April 1912. Photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, May 2008.
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TITANIC: LAUNCH, 1911.
Invitation to the launch of the Titanic at Belfast, 21 May 1911.
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TITANIC HEADLINE, 1912.
Front page of The Daily Mirror, 16 April 1912, reporting on the sinking the previous day of the White Star liner 'Titanic,' following its collision with an iceberg in the North Atlantic.
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TITANIC: SOUTHAMPTON, 1912.
The RMS Titanic leaving the harbor of Southampton, England, for New York. Photograph, 10 April 1912. Full credit: FIA - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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TITANIC: SOUTHAMPTON, 1912.
The RMS Titanic leaving the harbor of Southampton, England. Photograph, 10 April 1912. Full credit: PVDE - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All righ
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TITANIC: LAUNCH, 1911.
The RMS 'Titanic' in drydock about to be launched at Harland & Wolff shipyards, Belfast,
Ireland. Photographed 31 May 1911.
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TITANIC: BAND, 1912.
The band that played onboard the 'Titanic.' Photographs from an English newspaper of 1912.
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TITANIC: CONSTRUCTION, c1910.
View of the 'Olympic' (left) and 'Titanic' under construction at the Harland & Wolff shipyards, Belfast, Ireland. Photographed c1910.
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TITANIC: THE CARPATHIA, 1912.
The rescuing liner 'Carpathia, which came to the aid of survivors of the "Titanic," 1912.
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THE MACKAY-BENNETT, 1912.
The 'funeral' ship that went to the scene of the Titanic disaster to recover the bodies from the water.
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TITANIC: SOAP AD, 1912.
The White Star liner 'Titanic' used in an English newspaper advertisement for Vinolia Otto toilet soap shortly before the liner sank, April 1912, in the Atlantic Ocean.
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TITANIC: THE CARPATHIA, c1912.
The rescuing liner 'Carpathia,' which came to the aid of survivors of the 'Titanic.' Photographed c1912.
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TITANIC: INQUIRY, 1912.
Before Senator Smith in the earlier stages of the senatorial inquiry, the commission listens to witnesses in the ballroom of the Walfdorf-Astoria Hotel in New York.
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TITANIC: THE CAPTAIN, 1912.
Captain Edward John Smith.
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TITANIC: SURVIVOR, 1912.
Groups of 'Titanic' suvivors aboard the 'Carpathia.' Photographed 27 May 1912.
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TITANIC: HAROLD BRIDE.
Second wireless operator of the Titanic, effectively dealt with a man who tried to steal the first-operator's life belt.
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TITANIC: PASSENGERS, 1912.
Illustration from a contemporary English newspaper.
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Great Britain - 20th century- Sinking of passenger liner Titanic. Cover illustration from La Domenica del Corriere Sunday supplement to daily newspaper Il Corriere della Sera. 28th April 1912. Illustrator Achille Beltrame. Full Credit: Copyright DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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HISTORY.
Marine transportation - British ocean liner RMS Titanic, 1911. Illustrated cutaway view. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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TITANIC: SURVIVORS, 1912.
Survivors of the sinking of the 'RMS Titanic,' 1912.
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TITANIC: EXERCISE ROOM, 1912.
The gymnasium aboard the "Titanic," showing the various exercise equipment, 1912.
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TITANIC: PROMENADE DECK.
On the world's biggest ship, the promenade deck of the 'Titanic,' 1912.
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TITANIC: STOKERS, 1912.
Stokers of the 'Titanic' calmly awaiting orders to save themselves as the ship sank, 14-15 April 1912. Contemporary English drawing.
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ARTWORK.
Painting of the sunken Titanic with the submersible Alvin at the bow. Pierre Mion.
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TITANIC: LIFEBOATS, 1912.
Men opening up the folding lifeboats of the 'Titanic' after being lowered into the ocean. English illustration, 1912.
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MADELEINE FORCE ASTOR
(1893-1940). Second wife and widow of John Jacob Astor IV and survivor of the RMS 'Titanic.' Photograph, c1912.
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TITANIC: NEW YORK CROWD.
A crowd in New York City awaiting survivors from the RMS 'Titanic.' Photographed 18 April 1912.
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TITANIC: CONSTRUCTION, 1912.
Workers assembling the propeller shafts of the RMS 'Titanic' at Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland. Photograph, c1912.
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TITANIC: TURKISH BATH, 1912.
The cooling room of the vessel's Turkish bath, 1912.
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TITANIC: SURVIVORS, 1912.
'Titanic' survivors aboard the 'Carpathia' after being rescued. Photographed 1912.
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TITANIC: SURVIVORS, 1912.
Two French brothers, Michel (age 4) and Edmond Navratil (age 2), who survived the sinking of the RMS 'Titanic;' their father died in the disaster, and at the time of this photograph they had yet to be returned to their mother. Photographed April 1912.
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TITANIC: SHEET MUSIC, 1912.
'Just As the Ship Went Down.' American sheet music cover published shortly after the sinking of the 'RMS Titanic' 14-15 April 1912.
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SUFFRAGETTES, 1913.
Writer, socialite, and R.M.S. 'Titanic' survivor Helen Churchill Hungerford Candee on horseback at the head of the women's suffrage parade at Washington, D.C., 3 March 1913.
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