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This picture, taken by Father Frank Browne, depicts steerage passengers getting settled on their Titanic deck.

Titanic - Steerage Passengers

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TITANIC DISASTER PHOTO...This haunting black and white photograph taken on board the Mackay Bennett body recovery ship following the Titanic disaster shows a mass funeral for dozens of the dead being buried in the Atlantic Ocean. The image - which has been discovered a century on from the disaster in 1912 - shows body bags stacked on the windswept deck while two crewman tip up a stretcher to drop a victim over the side.

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Last photo ever taken of the Titanic

Rare Historical Photos Pt. 2 [19 Pics]

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It is believed that millionaire John Jacob Astor was killed by the falling forward funnel. When his body was found, it was badly crushed covered in soot. Authorities used the initials J.J.A. on the collar of his brown flannel shirt to identify him. He had been on board with his 19 year-old bride Madeline, who survived. While traveling on their honeymoon, Madeline became pregnant with their son, wanted to return home to have the baby in the USA. They booked a first class passage on the RMS

It is believed that millionaire John Jacob Astor was killed by the falling forward funnel. When his body was found, it was badly crushed covered in soot. Authorities used the initials J.J.A. on the collar of his brown flannel shirt to identify him. He had been on board with his 19 year-old bride Madeline, who survived. While traveling on their honeymoon, Madeline became pregnant with their son, wanted to return home to have the baby in the USA. They booked a first class passage on the RMS

Onyx necklace on the Titanic reported stolen

Photograph taken from the Carpathia on April 15, 1912...one of the few life boats of the Titanic

Titanic Pictures & Galleries - HISTORY.com

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In Southampton, news of the sinking had spread quickly, and many people feared the worst. Most of Titanic’s engineering crew resided within the city. Crowds of family and friends gathered anxiously at the White Star office in Canute Road in the hope of news, but frustratingly there were no survivors lists posted for two days. On the huge iron railings, White Star Office had wrote names of survivors and deceased which they knew of at the time.

Morgue Photos Of Titanic Victims - Bing Images

Morgue at Charities Pier - Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

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Anna Sophia Turja was one of 21 children in northern Finland. John Lundi, the husband of her half-sister, Maria, invited her to come work for him at his store in Ohio, and he got her a ticket on the Titanic. She was 18 years old when she boarded the Titanic in Southampton, England,as a Third-Class passenger. Anna's name turned up on the lost passengers list. Her family didn't know that she was alive until 5 weeks later when they received a letter from her. She died in 1982 at the age of 89.

*CHARLES JOUGHIN: Titanic’s chief baker. After forcibly throwing reluctant women and children into lifeboats (thereby saving their lives), he rode down on the stern of the ship like an elevator as it sank, stepping off the railing into the below-freezing water and surviving for over two hours (reportedly barely feeling the cold thanks to the alcohol he had been drinking) before being taken into a lifeboat. He survived the disaster with swollen feet but otherwise unscathed.

This woman had a license to sell her ware on the Titanic

FOTOSPECIAL. Titanic: onzinkbaar en alle comfort op zee

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Ironic charm necklace recovered from the Titanic wreck site. The White Star Line strongly advised passengers to keep large quantities of cash & valuables in the ship's secure safes located at the purser's office. When the ship was abandoned, the pursers probably took everything & put it inside bags to return them to owners later. The tanning process used on the bag contained a chemical that repelled microorganisms at the bottom of the ocean, protecting the jewelry.

legendary lost car... 1912 Renault Coupe DeVille... sunk with the Titanic

A blue and gold teacup from first-class recovered from the Titanic.