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Titanic - Molly Brown

The RMS Titanic, the largest and most luxurious passenger liner of the Edwardian Age, sank on April 15, 1912, but she has never left our imaginations. After the sinking, heiress Mollie Brown became known as the Unsinkable Mollie Brown, because she forced the crew of Lifeboat No. 6 to return to the scene to pick up survivors. History remembers her as a hero. I preserve Mollie's acts of kindness and bravery with a vintage photo set in a one inch copper plated pendant, with a magnifying glass dome.

Speaking at The opening of The Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri...I'm in the middle, my cousin Muffet Brown is on the right and Joy Philbin is on my left.

She was known as the Unsinkable Molly Brown, but the colorful life of Margaret Tobin Brown went much further than the Titanic fame.

John Joslyn, Mary Kellog and myself. Two of my favorite people and owners of the Titanic Museums in both Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN. I was there to accept the Loving Cup that Margaret Brown presented to Captain Rostron of Carpathia from his Great Granddaughters, Margaret & Janet Rostron and install it into The Molly Brown Gallery in Pigeon Forge. What an incredible moment!