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Christine Beaverson
Christine Beaverson • 1 year ago

Inside double page spread of the Daily Sketch, Thursday 18th April 1912, featuring many of Frank Browne's pictures.

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The cover of the Daily Sketch, Thursday 18th. April 1912. This newspaper made extensive use of Frank Browne's pictures, bringing him overnight fame.

A Requiem Mass for the Titanic victims took place in Cobh Cathedral on April 22nd 1912. Frank's Uncle Robert presided.

The Titanic's junior wireless operator, Harold Bride, is shown here at his post. Because this is the only picture ever taken in the liner's Marconi room, Frank Brown kept it, even though it is a double exposure. From: the Titanic Photographs Collection / Father Frank Browns

This picture of a Tender alongside the Titanic was given to Frank Browne by his friend Tom Barker.

This is the only known picture of Titanic Captain Smith's widow, Eleanor, and daughter, Mel, which was on the front cover of the Daily Mirror April 22, 1912.

The Titanic leaves Belfast, April 1912.

News of the Titanic disaster spreads in London on the day the ship went down, April 15, 1912.