Electric Bath on the Titanic
Survivors of Titanic – Family Group, Credit Library of Congress, Reproduction #LC-USZ62-34976 This very fortunate family survived the Titanic sinking. Their name isn’t listed on the photograph. It would be interesting to learn what became of them afterwards
Rare Titanic Black Mourning Bear By Steiff. The bear was one of only 600 which were made especially for the British market in May 1912, to show empathy for the loss of the passengers of the R.M.S. Titanic. It is said their eyes were rimmed red to appear as if they had been crying. They were also manufactured with a somber expression.
A rare Steiff black teddy bear | Christie's
Titanic’s rudder, there’s a man in the photo to show the scale of it.
Titanic, the Ship that Made her Mark on History!!!
This composite image, released by RMS Titanic Inc., and made from sonar and more than 100,000 photos taken in 2010 from by unmanned, underwater robots, shows a portion of a comprehensive map of the 3-by-5-mile debris field surrounding the bow and stern of the Titanic on the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Rigel, a big black Newfoundland dog, belonging to First Officer Murdoch, saved the passengers in Life Boat #4. They were drifting in front of the Carpathia, too weak to call out. The dog had swam in the icy water for three hours, probably looking for his master. He was swimming in front of the lifeboat and alerted the Carpathia crew by barking. The boat might not have been rescued if not for the sharp barking of Rigel.
Seven year old Eva Hart survived the #Titanic along with her mother. She became one of the most recognizable figures associated with the disaster, appearing in several forms of media.
Titanic's Infamous Passengers Tell a Tale of Survival
The Titanic artifacts were amassed during seven risky and expensive trips to the wreck, in 1987, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000 and 2004
Rare photos of life aboard the Titanic
Rare Photographs Taken Aboard the Titanic (1912)
The incredible story of two #Titanic survivors and tennis icons - including one who refused to have frostbitten legs amputated and won U.S. Open twice (!!)
Rare photographs of the Titanic
Vancouver Titanic survivor Bertha Marshall gave two extensive interviews to The Province about the ordeal before she died. Asked her most vivid memory, she replied: “The lifeboats. Our boat had room for 75 people. There were only 49 aboard — it was wicked.” Photograph by: Files , Library of Congress/The Province
The Olde Barn: RMS Titanic 100 Years
White Star Chairman Bruce Ismay boarded a lifeboat to safety and was criticized by many for his decisions regarding Titanic. A letter from his wife, Florence, reveals the relief she felt upon realizing he had made it through the disaster alive: "...Only a week ago today...I watched that magnificent vessel sail away so proudly. I never dreamt of danger as I wished her Godspeed...I know so well what bitterness of spirit you must be feeling for the loss of so many precious lives & the ship...
Titanic Survivors, read their stories~~~
Titanic's 100th Anniversary: 6 Survivor Stories
Thomas Andrews, the man who designed Titanic and worked for Harland and Wolff. He was born February 7th 1873 and was 39 at the time of the sinking. He was a man of great dignity and honor, who built a strong ship...a ship that lasted an hour more than he predicted her to live. He died that night, on the ship he created.