RMS Titanic Images - Miscellaneous

 

Assorted images about the Titanic disaster are either uncategorized or cover multiple topics, thus falling into the curation bucket of miscellaneous.

 

Drawing of the Titanic Disaster Aftermath.

Drawing of the Titanic Disaster Aftermath. Leslie's Weekly, 2 May 1912. GGA Image ID # 1be47d11f1

 

Mrs. J. Bruce Ismay Riding a White Horse. u.d. c1910

Mrs. J. Bruce Ismay Riding a White Horse. u.d. c1910. © Bain News Service 1912. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division (LC-DIG-ggbain-07639). GGA Image ID # 10d8d77c90

 

Chorus Girl Raising Money at Titanic Benefit - Game 21 April 1912

Chorus Girl Raising Money at Titanic Benefit - Game 21 April 1912. Photo shows crowd at baseball game to raise money for survivors of the RMS Titanic disaster, Polo Grounds, New York City. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008) © Bain News Service 1912. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division (LC-DIG-ggbain-10464). GGA Image ID # 10d9cb51ac

 

Titanic Tablet Unveiled - Seamen's Institute, Bishop Greer Speaking

Titanic Tablet Unveiled - Seamen's Institute, Bishop Greer Speaking - ud ca 1912. Photo shows services in memory of the Titanic at Seamen's Church Institute, New York City. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009) © Bain News Service 1912. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division (LC-DIG-ggbain-12820). GGA Image ID # 10da094de3

 

Marchese Guglielmo Marconi, 1874-1937 Standing with Alfred N. Goldsmith, Facing Left with Telegraph Equipment on Table.

Marchese Guglielmo Marconi, 1874-1937 Standing with Alfred N. Goldsmith, Facing Left with Telegraph Equipment on Table. Photo ca. 26 June 1922. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division (LC-USZ62-55343). GGA Image ID # 10eac53f3b

 

Sir John Charles Bigham, Lord Mersey, Head of the Court of Inquiry

Sir John Charles Bigham, Lord Mersey, Head of the Court of Inquiry on the Loss of the Empress of Ireland, Earlier Headed the Inquiry of the Titanic Sinking, and Later Head of Inquiry of the Torpedoing of the Lusitania. Loss of the Steamship Titanic (1912) p. 90. GGA Image ID # 106285437d

 

The French Liner Niagara, Which Arrived Yesterday, Hit Two Small Nearly Submerged Icebergs Last Friday Night, Which Crushed Her Starboard Bow.

The French Liner Niagara, Which Arrived Yesterday, Hit Two Small Nearly Submerged Icebergs Last Friday Night, Which Crushed Her Starboard Bow. She Called For Aid by Wireless. Cunarder Carmania responded and stood by until the Niagara's captain found his ship able to proceed unassisted. This photograph above was taken at daylight after the accident. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 1. GGA Image ID # 10afb6750d

 

King George Horrified, Sends Sympathy To The Bereaved

King George Horrified, Sends Sympathy To The Bereaved. London, April 16 -- King George has sent the following message to the White Star Company: "The Queen and I are horrified at the appalling disaster which has happened to the Titanic and at the terrible loss of life. We deeply sympathize with the bereaved relatives and feel for them in their great sorrow with all our hearts. GEORGE R. and I." The Queen Mother. Alexandra has sent a message of sympathy to the company, in which she says: "It is with feelings of the deepest sorrow that I hear of the terrible disaster to the Titanic and of the awful loss of life. My heart is full of grief and sympathy for the bereaved families of those who have perished." New York American (17 April 1912) p. 2. GGA Image ID # 10b043a806

 

Lewis Nixon, One of the Three Leading Experts of the United States Have Agreed, at the Request of the New York American, to Form a Board of Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster.

Lewis Nixon, One of the Three Leading Experts of the United States Have Agreed, at the Request of the New York American, to Form a Board of Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster. Lewis Nixon is a graduate of the Naval Academy at Annapolis and a naval constructor of Prominence. He will be joined by Stevenson Taylor, president of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, and E. Platt Straton, a leading authority on naval construction. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 3. GGA Image ID # 10b0b2a683

 

The Ocean Passengers by John T. McCutcheon

The Ocean Passengers by John T. McCutcheon in the Chicago Tribune. The Men Who Used to Be First to Rush down to Have the Purser Assign Them Good Seats at the Tables Will Hereafter First Rush up and Have the Boat Steward Assign Them Their Seats in the Lifeboats. © 1912 by John T. McCutcheon. Popular Mechanics Magazine (June 1912) p. 807-a. GGA Image ID # 108385a363

 

Travelers Insurance Company Ad (1912) Referencing the Titanic

Travelers Insurance Company Ad (1912) Referencing the Titanic. This Is the Rule of the Sea, so That on the Titanic, with Courageous Self-Sacrifice, the Men Stood Aside While the Women and Children Filled the Life Boats and Were Pulled Away from the Sinking Ship. Moral: Insure in the Travelers. Popular Mechanics Magazine (June 1912) p. 175 Advertising Section. GGA Image ID # 20be307781

 

Photograph of Guglielmo Marconi and associates raising the receiving antenna by kite at St. John's, Newfoundland in December, 1901

Photograph of Guglielmo Marconi and associates raising the receiving antenna by kite at St. John's, Newfoundland in December, 1901 in preparation for his historic first transatlantic radio transmission 11 December 1901 from Poldhu, Cornwall, a distance of 2300 mi (3500 km). Appeared in the article "Marconi's Achievement" in the February, 1902 issue of McClure's Magazine. Public Domain Image. GGA Image ID # 10ea4d11ec

 

Marconi Demonstrating Apparatus He Used in His First Long Distance Radio Transmissions in the 1890s.

Marconi Demonstrating Apparatus He Used in His First Long Distance Radio Transmissions in the 1890s. The Transmitter Is at Right, the Receiver with Paper Tape Recorder at Left. Published in Lfe Magazine 31 December 1900. Public Domain Image. GGA Image ID # 10ea764d9b

 

Marconi Caricatured by Leslie Ward for Vanity Fair, 1905.

Marconi Caricatured by Leslie Ward for Vanity Fair, 1905. Public Domain Image. GGA Image ID # 10ea8ee49d

 

View of the Entrance to the Titanic Museum Located in Branson, Missouri.

View of the Entrance to the Titanic Museum Located in Branson, Missouri. Public Domain Image. GGA Image ID # 10eea6b1c3

 

Could a Pontoon Section Prevent Titanic Loss of Life?

Could a Pontoon Section Prevent Titanic Loss of Life? Shaded portion shows detachable pontoon section. It has frequently been suggested that a portion of a vessel's upper works might be so constructed, that it would remain afloat, in the event of the ship's going to the bottom. Scientific American (11 May 1912) p. 414. GGA Image ID # 10a554ff4b

 

The Leyland Line SS Californian of 6,223 Gross Tons Appearing on the Scene

The Leyland Line SS Californian of 6,223 Gross Tons Appearing on the Scene. Scribner's Magazine (March 1913) p. 362. GGA Image ID # 1031be7ef6

 

Page 12 of The Daily Graphic Titanic In Memoriam Number Featured Famous Wreck of Bygone Days: Some Historic Disasters at Sea

Page 12 of The Daily Graphic Titanic In Memoriam Number Featured Famous Wreck of Bygone Days: Some Historic Disasters at Sea - The SS Stella (1899) and the SS Drummond Castle (1896). The Daily Graphic (London, 20 April 1912) p. 11. GGA Image ID # 10f653d715

 

Page 13 of The Daily Graphic Titanic In Memoriam Number Featured Famous Wreck of Bygone Days

Page 13 of The Daily Graphic Titanic In Memoriam Number Featured Famous Wreck of Bygone Days Recalled by the Disaster which has Overtaken the Titanic. Photos of the SS Berlin (1907), the SS Elbe (1895), and the SS Bourgoyne (1898). The Daily Graphic (London, 20 April 1912) p. 12. GGA Image ID # 10f691c794

 

Signor Guglielmo Marconi - the Scientist Whose System of Telegraphy Brought Help to the Titanic and News of the Appalling Disaster That Overtook Her.

Signor Guglielmo Marconi - the Scientist Whose System of Telegraphy Brought Help to the Titanic and News of the Appalling Disaster That Overtook Her. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 639. GGA Image ID # 10145c39a9

 

To Head the British Court of Inquiry into the Loss of the Titanic: Lord Mersey.

To Head the British Court of Inquiry into the Loss of the Titanic: Lord Mersey, President of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court. 1909-10. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 681. GGA Image ID # 1063285a43

 

The Late Mr. Bram Stoker (8 November 1847-20 April 1912), Author of Dracula

The Late Mr. Bram Stoker (8 November 1847-20 April 1912), Author of Dracula, Published in 1897, and Sir Henry Irving's Manager and Confidential Secretary. He made many transatlantic trips and is listed on a 1886 Passenger List of the Cunard RMS Etruria. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 686. GGA Image ID # 106471c058

 

Signor Marconi Engaged on Early Experiments of His Father's Villa at Pontecchio

S.O.S. in the Making: The Birth of Practical Wireless. With Sheet Metal Aerials and Earths: Signor Marconi Engaged on Early Experiments of His Father's Villa at Pontecchio. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 695. Drawn by A. Forestier. GGA Image ID # 1064eb6c56

 

Tilted Straight on End with the Stern Vertically Upwards: A Parallel to the Titanic

Tilted Straight on End with the Stern Vertically Upwards: A Parallel to the Titanic. The Rare Way in Which the White Star Liner Foundered: The Sinking of the Steamship Hasland in the Manner in Which the Titanic Is Reported to Have Sunk.The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 696. Drawn by Professor George Forees. GGA Image ID # 1065b98d5f

 

Saving Their Servants and Enjoying Themselves with Easy Consciences: Society's Sunday Evening

Saving Their Servants and Enjoying Themselves with Easy Consciences: Society's Sunday Evening. Giving Their Household a Rest: Dining out at a Famous London Restaurant - the Berkeley. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. Supplement II & III. GGA Image ID # 10689cbadd

 

King George V, Admiral of the Fleet Is Visiting His Fleet for the Thrid Time since His Accession.

King George V, Admiral of the Fleet Is Visiting His Fleet for the Thrid Time since His Accession. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 775. From the Painting by S. Begg. GGA Image ID # 106949ca68

 

Lord Mersey, Presiding as Wreck Commissioner, over the British Court of Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster.

Lord Mersey, Presiding as Wreck Commissioner, over the British Court of Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 780. © Bassano. GGA Image ID # 10694eb034

 

Assessors in the RMS Titanic Inquiry.

Assessors in the RMS Titanic Inquiry. From left to right, Captain Arthur Wellesley Clarke, Professor J. H. Biles, M.I.C.E., etc., Commander F. C. Lyon, R.N.R., Mr. E. C. Chaston, and Rear Admiral, The Honorable S. A. Gough-Calthorpe. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 780. GGA Image ID # 1069aa2ea9

 

The British Method: The RMS Titanic Inquiry in London

The British Method: The RMS Titanic Inquiry in London. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 782. GGA Image ID # 102e7668c7

 

The Station That Saves Many Ships: The Liner's Crow's Nest.

The Station That Saves Many Ships: The Liner's Crow's Nest. with Big Bell to Strike, and Telephone through Which to Report to the Bridge: The Lookout Men at Work. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 785. GGA Image ID # 1069cefc72

 

Witnesses Called To Give Evidence on Titanic Disaster

Witnesses Providing Testimony on the Titanic Disaster. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 869. GGA Image ID # 102e492c7e

 

Officers and Crew from the S.S. Californian Waiting to Give Testimony During the British Inquery to the Titahic Disaster.

Officers and Crew from the S.S. Californian Waiting to Give Testimony During the British Inquery to the Titahic Disaster. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 869-h. GGA Image ID # 105cbe0564

 

The Attorney-General Examining Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon

The Story of No. 1 Emergency Boat: A Moment of Intense Interest at the Titanic Inquiry. Questioning a Notable Passenger as to His Escape and to the Happening a Lifeboat: The Attorney-General Examining Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 870-871. GGA Image ID # 106ae17910

 

Where Disaster Met the Titanic: The Juncture of Artic Current and Gulf Stream: And Other Photographs Dealing With the Same Subject.

Where Disaster Met the Titanic: The Juncture of Artic Current and Gulf Stream: And Other Photographs Dealing With the Same Subject. The Illustrated London News (15 June 1912) p. 895. GGA Image iD # 106af7cd52

 

The Largest Steamer - The SS Imperator and Columbus' Santa Maria - A Transatlantic Vision

The Largest Steamer - The SS Imperator and Columbus' Santa Maria - A Transatlantic Vision. The Literary Digest (9 March 1912) p. 479. GGA Image ID # 108425af5e

 

Early 20th Century Cinematographer William H. Harbeck in a Characteristic Pose

Early 20th Century Cinematographer William H. Harbeck in a Characteristic Pose, The Moving Picture News (27 April 1912) p. 4. GGA Image ID # 1013be00d5

 

A Scene from the Moving Picture The Perils of the Atlantic

A Scene from the Moving Picture The Perils of the Atlantic. The palm reader's gaze raised from the hand outstretched before her to the dark, troubled eyes of Mrs. Trevor. "A hand of which there is much to be said but which is not for me to tell," were her portentous words. The Moving Picture News (23 November 1912) p. 13. GGA Image ID # 10af3d7fae

 

The Wreck of the Titanic: New Wireless Messages Are Sent and Received by Vessels and Shore Stations.

The Wreck of the Titanic: New Wireless Messages Are Sent and Received by Vessels and Shore Stations. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 4-5 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fa271e91

 

Leviathans Which Will Take Over the Struggle for the Blue Ribbon of the Atlantic.

Leviathans Which Will Take Over the Struggle for the Blue Ribbon of the Atlantic. (Top) The Huge Hamburg America Liner Which Will Shortly Take Her Place on the Atlantic Service. (Bottom Left) View of the Double Bottom of the New German Liner. (Bottom Right) The Huge Cunarder, Aquitania, Now Constructing. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 7 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10facfd9b7

 

The Need for Searchlights on Ocean Racers. Illustration Demonstrate How Powerful Head Lights Could Be Fitted to Liners.

The Need for Searchlights on Ocean Racers. Illustration Demonstrate How Powerful Head Lights Could Be Fitted to Liners. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 70. GGA Image ID # 10fbc386f8

 

The Question of the Wireless Operator -- The Necessity for New Regulations. Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 1. GGA Image ID # 1100b85efc

 

The Speed of the Great Liners: A Factor Which Makes Head Lights and Other Precautions Necessary. The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 100. GGA Image ID # 1101b8f401

 

Stoke Hole of a Transatlantic Liner

Stoke Hole of a Transatlantic Liner. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 00. GGA Image ID # 107378e999

 

Riveting the Outer Skin on an Ocean Liner

Riveting the Outer Skin on an Ocean Liner. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 3. GGA Image ID # 1073adaf04

 

Receiving Submarine Signals on the Bridge of an Ocean Liner

Receiving Submarine Signals on the Bridge of an Ocean Liner. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 13. GGA Image ID # 10744f2b68

 

Taking the Temperature of the Water

Taking the Temperature of the Water. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 17. GGA Image ID # 1074568b29

 

Fire Drill on a German Ocean Liner

Fire Drill on a German Ocean Liner. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 21. GGA Image ID # 1074778492

 

Another Scene of a Fire Drill on a German Ocean Liner

Another Scene of a Fire Drill on a German Ocean Liner. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 25. GGA Image ID # 107478a4bd

 

Viewing a Fire Drill on a German Ocean Liner from Another Ship

Viewing a Fire Drill on a German Ocean Liner from Another Ship. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 29. GGA Image ID # 10747b92bc

 

The 44,000 Ton Cunard Ocean Liner RMS Lusitania

The 44,000 Ton Cunard Ocean Liner RMS Lusitania. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 37. GGA Image ID # 1074d5816d

 

View of the Bridge of an Ocean Liner

View of the Bridge of an Ocean Liner. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 47. GGA Image ID # 1075684a1d

 

Hydraulically Operated Watertight Door

Hydraulically Operated Watertight Door. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 54. GGA Image ID # 1076053222

 

Sailor Closing All Watertight Doors from the Bridge of an Ocean Liner

Sailor Closing All Watertight Doors from the Bridge of an Ocean Liner. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 63. GGA Image ID # 1076f52d49

 

The Great Eastern

The Great Eastern. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 71. GGA Image ID # 10781a7ad2

 

The Great Eastern Docked in New York

The Great Eastern Docked in New York. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 87. GGA Image ID # 107943407a

 

Framing and Some Deck Beams of the SS Imperator

Framing and Some Deck Beams of the SS Imperator. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 103. GGA Image ID # 1079fe1546

 

The USS Kansas Battleship

The USS Kansas Battleship. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 137. GGA Image ID # 107afda2a3

 

Plan and Logitoudinal Section of the Battleship USS Connecticut

Plan and Logitoudinal Section of the Battleship USS Connecticut. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 143. GGA Image ID # 107b4570bb

 

Midship Section of a Battleship

Midship Section of a Battleship. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 149. GGA Image ID # 107c1960cf

 

Safety Lies in Subdivision

Safety Lies in Subdivision. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 155. GGA Image ID # 107c398a8c

 

The German Ocean Liner Imperator - Largest Ship Afloat at 65,000 Tons

The German Ocean Liner Imperator - Largest Ship Afloat at 65,000 Tons. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 159. GGA Image ID # 107c472c10

 

Longitudinal Section and Plan of the Imperator

Longitudinal Section and Plan of the Imperator. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 163. GGA Image ID # 107c66582b

 

Rotor of Imperator Turbines

Rotor of Imperator Turbines. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 167. GGA Image ID # 107cff581f

 

Hold Plan of Kronprinzessin Cecilie

Hold Plan of Kronprinzessin Cecilie. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 174. GGA Image ID # 107d2646e0

 

Section Through Engine Room of the Kaiser Wilhelm II Showing Inner Bottom Carried Up Sides of Ship to Form Double Skin

Section Through Engine Room of the Kaiser Wilhelm II Showing Inner Bottom Carried Up Sides of Ship to Form Double Skin. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p. 176. GGA Image ID # 107d53622c

 

Checking the Mail Sacks on Board a Fast Mail Steamer

Checking the Mail Sacks on Board a Fast Mail Steamer. The World To-Day (December 1910) p. 1411, GGA Image ID # 1088f35764

 

The Sea Post Office. From one to three thousand sacks of mail are sorted here every trip.

The Sea Post Office. From one to three thousand sacks of mail are sorted here every trip. The World To-Day (December 1910) p. 1411, GGA Image ID # 108903420e

 

Sectional Views of Famous Ships.

Sectional Views of Famous Ships. Mauretania, 1906. Double bottom; double skin, consisting of an outer skin of the ship and inner skin in the form of a longitudinal bulkhead to enclose the coal bunkers. Great Eastern, 1858. Complete double skin, extending throughout the bottom and up the sides, to 10 feet above the water line. Also, longitudinal bulkheads. © Scientific American. The World To-Day (June 1912) p. 2376r. GGA Image ID # 109786ffcc

 

Loading Provisions, Supplies, and Cargo onto a Steamship ca 1915

Loading Provisions, Supplies, and Cargo onto a Steamship ca 1915. GGA Image ID # 10dc250179

 

Bottled Beer for the Titanic from White Star Line supplier C. G. Hibbert & Co - 1912

Bottled Beer for the Titanic from White Star Line supplier C. G. Hibbert & Co - 1912. GGA Image ID # 10dc23ccf3

 

Advertisement for Cases of Bottled Beer Destined for the RMS Titanic - 1912

Advertisement for Cases of Bottled Beer Destined for the RMS Titanic - 1912. GGA Image ID # 10dc4f2099

 

These Film Stills (AKA Publicity Still or Production Still) are photographs of a scene in the Video. They are meant to illustrate one shot during the film and not intended to represent the content of the entire movie. Included in this series are the Hero Images from the Video, shown during setup.

 

Video Hero Image: Posted Aboard the RMS Titanic.

Video Hero Image: Posted Aboard the RMS Titanic. The National Postal Museum 1999. GGA Image ID # 10ef3ad074

 

Video: Posted Aboard the RMS Titanic. A Graphic Showing the Location of the Postal Mail Room on the Ship.

Video: Posted Aboard the RMS Titanic. A Graphic Showing the Location of the Postal Mail Room on the Ship. The National Postal Museum Exhibit (1999-2000). Frame 1:56/5:27. GGA Image ID # 10ef0c03b6

 

Video Hero Image: Titanic Departure - Real Video - 1912. GGA Image ID # 10efac4ce0

 

Video: Titanic's Departure from Southampton. The scene shows luggage being loaded onto the ship via an electric crane. It drops down into the hold to be distributed in the passenger-cargo hold area. Purportedly, the subject of the film should be changed to the olympics departure from southampton featuring captain E. J. Smith. According to a number of comments pertaining to this video, there wasn't a video made of the titanic but of her sister ship, the olympic. Author Unknown. GGA Image ID # 10ef32cbe5

 

Video Hero Image: RMS Titanic - The Sinking of the Century.

Video Hero Image: RMS Titanic - The Sinking of the Century. Discovery Channel / NWO Documentary Channel. Published 27 July 2017. GGA Image ID # 10efc29020

 

Inspection of the Cork Life Jackets Worn by the Survivors of the Titanic.

Video Hero Image: RMS Titanic - The Sinking of the Century. Inspection of the Cork Life Jackets Worn by the Survivors of the Titanic. Discovery Channel / NWO Documentary Channel. Published 27 July 2017. GGA Image ID # 10eff57b0f

 

Guardian Angel of the Sea Pays Tribute to Martyred Heroes.

Guardian Angel of the Sea Pays Tribute to Martyred Heroes. Toll for the Brave! The Brave That Are No More! All Sunk Beneath the Wave, Fast by Their Native Shore! - Cowper. © Pushnell 1912. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 10. GGA Image ID # 108998cc7f

 

The Noblest Way for Man to Die Is When He Dies for Man.

The Noblest Way for Man to Die Is When He Dies for Man. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 16. GGA Image ID # 1102bb580a

 

Greater Love Hath No Man Than This.

Greater Love Hath No Man Than This. © Cleveland Plain Dealer. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 18. GGA Image ID # 1089c9f9b4

 

Waiting in Suspense.

Waiting in Suspense. © Cleveland Plain Dealer. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 26. GGA Image ID # 1089d3fd8d

 

Luxury, Elegance, Speed, Grandeur, Magnitude, and Safety.

Luxury, Elegance, Speed, Grandeur, Magnitude, and Safety. © Cleveland Plain Dealer. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 54. GGA Image ID # 108b560437

 

Sinking a Derelict -- Disposing of a Menace to Navigation

Sinking a Derelict -- Disposing of a Menace to Navigation. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 65. GGA Image ID # 1102eb09b5

 

The Eternal Collision.

The Eternal Collision. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 72. GGA Image ID # 108b9402d0

 

Lest We Forget.

Lest We Forget. © Indianapolis Star. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 90. GGA Image ID # 1102f161f7

 

Getting the Lesson.

Getting the Lesson. © Indianapolis News. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 109. GGA Image ID # 108c997745

 

Section of Wreck Site.

Section of Wreck Site. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 112. GGA Image ID # 108d125c04

 

Nearer My God to Thee.

Nearer My God to Thee. © Toledo News-Bee. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 126. GGA Image ID # 108d68e4a5

 

The Spirit of Grief.

The Spirit of Grief. © H,. Norberg in the Kansas City Star. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 132. GGA Image ID # 1103004a3b

 

Tragedy of the Titanic.

Tragedy of the Titanic. © St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 154. GGA Image ID # 108e025029

 

More Life Saving Boats.

More Life Saving Boats. © Cincinnati Post. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 184. GGA Image ID # 108ea3c86e

 

Grieve Not - the Spirit of Manhood Still Lives.

Grieve Not - the Spirit of Manhood Still Lives. © St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 192. GGA Image ID # 108edcce25

 

Titanic Photo Collage

Titanic Photo Collage - The Launching of the Ship, A Dining Room on the Titanic, The Operator of Wireless Telegraphy at his Task, and the Steamship Carpathia, that Rescued Titanic Passengers. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 193. GGA Image ID # 108fa2e204

 

The Refuge.

The Refuge. © St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 218. GGA Image ID # 10921de1b8

 

Waiting for News.

Waiting for News. © Detroit News. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 234. GGA Image ID # 1093a14d15

 

Time to Get Busy.

Time to Get Busy. © St. Louis Republic. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 245. GGA Image ID # 10949b5928

 

Wireless Anarchy.

Wireless Anarchy. © New York World. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 264. GGA Image ID # 1094a73ad7

 

Everything for Enjoying Life - Not Much to Save It.

Everything for Enjoying Life - Not Much to Save It. © Detroit News. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 271. GGA Image ID # 1094ae0c44

 

The Unsinkable Titanic.

The Unsinkable Titanic. © Columbus Evening Dispatch. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 295. GGA Image ID # 1095344d41

 

Life-Saving Appliances Were Inadequate.

Life-Saving Appliances Were Inadequate. © Columbus Evening Dispatch. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 310. GGA Image ID # 109540d739

 

Women and Children First.

Women and Children First. © Cincinnati Post. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 315. GGA Image ID # 1095536bf4

 

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