Titanic First Class Cabin
One of Titanic's third class cabins
Titanic C & D Deck Rooms
A poster prepared by the White Star Line's New York office to promote the RMS Titanic's return trip from New York, scheduled for April 20, 1912. The largest ship afloat at the time, the Titanic sank in the north Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City
Titanic first class suite bedroom 'b60'
Mrs. Edith Brown Haisman. She was 15 years old when placed in Lifeboat #13 as the Titanic sank. Her father, Thomas Brown, a glass of brandy in hand, waved from the deck saying "I will see you in New York." He did not survive.
Halifax, Nova Scotia - Titanic Museum
Titanic By the Numbers
relic from the Titanic. gorgeous!
Dorothy Gibson was a silent screen star who was a Titanic survivor. In the promotional film of the now lost film "Saved From The Titanic" she wears the actual clothes she was wearing on the boat! . She not only starred in the one-reel drama, but wrote the scenario. Gibson was the highest paid movie actress in the world at the time of her premature retirement in May 1912. Her later life was quite scandalous as she was a mistress of a married man and a Nazi sympathizer. She died in France in 1...
13 honeymooning couples were aboard the #Titanic (click for more interesting facts & figures)
Portrait of Mrs. Jacob Astor Mrs John Jacob Astor (Madeleine Force), 18, was the wife of millionaire John Jacob Astor , they had been on an extended honeymoon in Egypt and Paris and, in the spring of 1912, decided to return to America as First Class passengers on board the brand new Titanic .
Titanic Launch Ticket
Approaching the Carpathia
Crowds awaiting the Titanic survivors
Titanic: Carpathia Wireless
Titanic survivors in New York
12 dogs were also onboard #Titanic, including a French bulldog, Pekinese and a Great Dane. Only 3 survived: a Pekinese and 2 Pomeranians, saved by their loving masters.
The Carpathia came to the rescue of the survivors in the boats. She arrived on the scene where the Titanic had gone down at 4.30 a.m. She picked up 712 survivors (but one died shortly afterward) and 14 lifeboats. She took them to New York.
Staunton Daily Leader, Staunton, VA., April 26, 1912 Bodies of Astor and Straus are Found at Sea