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    Recovered Cherub Figure from the Titanic: This cherub was recovered from the wreckage. (Photo Credit: Todd Gipstein; RMS Titanic, Inc./CORBIS)

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    Third Class passenger Rosa Abbott was the only female passenger to be rescued from the sea.

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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.

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    First Class Smoking Room, Titanic

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    Titanic under water

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    Pictures Titanic 1912 Before Sank | caption titanic 1912 sank 14 15 april 1912 the last stop of

    Titanic

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    wireless room on the titanic - Google Search

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    wireless room on the titanic - Google Search

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    Half section of Titanic

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    Titanic letters from the longest living French survivor

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    Two crowded tenders (the Ireland & America) - loaded with passengers waiting to be ferried to the Titanic, anchored at Cork Harbor, Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland. This was the Titanic's last port of call before sinking into the Atlantic 3 days later - 100 years ago.

    Titanic - Loading Baggage at Queenstown

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    Titanic

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    Model used in Titanic film at Titanic Museum, Cobh, Ireland

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    Watching the Titanic being launched.

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    Titanic Mourning Postcard from 1912. Many survivors remembered that the Titanic’s eight musicians played the hymn “Nearer My God to Thee” immediately before the ship sank. The hymn became a popular theme on Titanic memorial postcards. None of the musicians survived. Courtesy Dr. Edward and Joanne Dauer. Built by Harland & Wolff

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    Titanic salt & pepper shakers--All the crockery and cutlery was stamped with the ship line only--not Titanic. This was because the company wanted to be able to use these items amongst all of its liners and individually identifying them with one particular ship would not allow this.

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    A memorial pin presumably a gift from the White Star Line to crew members who survived.

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    The last night aboard the Titanic before she struck the iceberg at 11:40 pm on April 14, 1912. The Titanic sank 2 hours and 40 minutes later at 2:20 am on April 15, 1912. White Star Line

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    Life Aboard the Titanic | RMS Titanic Remembered What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

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    Titanic in Color

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    2nd class lounge.

    Titanic's Interior

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    Richard Norris Williams III (Tennis Star) also gained fame as being a survivor of the RMS Titanic disaster in April 1912. He and his father, Charles (who he saw crushed by a falling funnel), were traveling first class on the liner. Shortly after the collision, Williams freed a trapped passenger from a cabin by breaking down a door. He was reprimanded by a steward, who threatened to fine him for destroying White Star Line property, an event that inspired a scene in Cameron's 1997 film Titanic.

    R. Norris Williams

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    Titanic by Jennicole, via Flickr

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    Eva Hart At left is a picture of the crowd awaiting the ship's survivors in New York City. Eva Hart was seven years old at the time of the Titanic disaster. A second-class passenger with her parents, Eva lost her father in the tragedy. She went on to live a vibrant life, and spoke frequently about the sinking of Titanic and her approach to life.

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    News Photo : Workers use a gantry to move the largestever...

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