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1st class Elevators on Titanic

For those in peril on the sea

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i love anything connected to the Titanic one of my favorite highlights in history

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'Titanic' Theme Song

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Wealthy Passengers on the Titanic: The Millionaires

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The last survivor of the 1912 sinking of the "Titanic," Millvina Dean, has died in a nursing home in England at the age of 97, on May 30, 2009.

Last Titanic survivor dies, aged 97

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Hilda Slayter was a second-class survivor of Titanic. She had just bought her satin opal and pearl wedding dress and was returning to her soon-to-be husband. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat 13. Lost in the sinking was her luggage which included $4000 worth of wedding clothes and another $3000 of blouses and a dress. Ms. Slayter married on June 1, 1912 and lived to be 83-years-old.

Portrait of Hilda Slayter

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Lookout crew; Frederick was buried in a pauper's grave at Hollybrook Cemetery, in Southampton. The grave went unmarked until 1993, when a headstone bearing an engraving of Titanic was erected through donations by the Titanic Historical Society.

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Hartley and his fellow band members continued to play as the Titanic sunk, in order to keep the passengers and crew calm. When the last lifeboats had been loaded, the musicians grabbed the railing on top the Grand Staircase's deckhouse, and Hartley said this farewell to them just before a wave hit and washed him overboard.

16 Manly Last Words

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Bernstorff, Countess L.A

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Titanic Child

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Carried ashore in New York with feet crushed and frostbitten Mr Harold Bride, second wireless operator of the Titanic, leaving the RMS Carpathia. (Topham/Topham Picturepoint/PA Images)

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The actual life vest worn by Madeline Astor,wife of John Jacob Astor IV.She was 18 at the time and her husband was 47 at the time.They are both seen in the picture.

Photos: Titanic Artifacts

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Eloise, wife of Lucian P. Smith who died on the Titanic. Also, married Titanic survivor Robert W Daniel.

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Edwina Troutt : A Titanic survivor who died in 1984. She was 27 years old when she survived the Titanic sinking, was a beloved guest at Titanic conventions and continued to attend even into her late 90s. She died in California at the age of 100. Edwina never let the Titanic sinking spook her: She made several Atlantic crossings throughout her life.

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…the man who loved this beauty was supposed to sail aboard Titanic but ended up shanghaied aboard a tramp steamer bound for China.  His trunk, whose contents included the letters he received from this ravishing creature while he traveled around the world, did make the voyage, and sank with the unsinkable ship.  It was recovered from the ocean floor eighty-one years later, its artifacts restored.

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Titanic Fact #25

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Titanic Fact 20

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Titanic Facts

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Titanic Fact #36

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Titanic Fact #22

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Titanic -- Noel Leslie, Countess of Rothes. The countess, her cousin, and maid stayed in stateroom B77 on board Titanic. The three ladies were rescued in lifeboat #8. Thomas William Jones, the able seaman in charge of their lifeboat, later said Rothes “had a lot to say, so I put her to steering the boat,” a compliment on her leadership skills. She rowed all night, all the while helping to boost the morale of other women until they were picked up by Carpathia.

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doll Found 85 miles offshore, 3200 feet underwater.

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Wedding rings belonging to Carl and Selma Asplund. The Asplund's were traveling on Titanic with their 5 children. Selma and 2 of their children, 5 year old Lillian and 3 year old Felix survived. Carl and the other 3 boys were lost. Carl's body was recovered 12 days later. The bodies of the other 3 children were never found. Carl's wedding ring was found in his pocket. After their daughter Lillian's death, her parents rings were found in a box along with other momento's from the Titanic.

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Titanic Survivors: What They Saw (1)

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