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Arthur Henry Rostron. The Captain of the Carpathia. The ship that picked up the survivors and lifeboats.

Seven hundred and twelve survivors were taken aboard from the lifeboats by the RMS Carpathia. This photograph taken by Carpathia passenger Louis M. Ogden shows Titanic lifeboats approaching the rescue ship, Carpathia. The photo was part of a 2003 exhibition bequeathed to the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England, by Walter Lord. (National Maritime Museum/London) #

*"SPARKY" ~ The Titanic Gazette: Captain Henry Roston, born May 14, 1869 in Astley Bridge England, educated in the Bolton School from 1882-1883 + Astley Bridge High School before being apprenticed to the clipper, Saxon. There he remained until he was transferred to the Red Gauntlet as 2nd mate....on the night of April 14, 1912, Roston (Captain of the Carpathia) was asleep when Harold Cottam, (the wireless operator), explained that the TITANIC was sinking and needed their help.

Captain Rostron of the Carpathia

Captain Rostron of the Carpathia. My grandmother's maiden name was Rostron. We believe the Captain was her father's uncle!

Captain Rostron of the Carpathia, the ship that rescued the survivors of the Titanic. He cut the heat and steam in order to reach them as soon as possible. He took excellent care of them.

Captain Rostron of the Carpathia, the ship that rescued Titantic survivors from their lifeboats.

Captain Rostron of the Carpathia, who rushed his ship to the survivors of the Titanic.

*CAPTAIN ROSTRON: of the Carpathia. The true hero of Titanic.

Captain Rostron of the Carpathia.

Awakened by his radio operator with news of a ship in distress, Captain Arthur Henry Rostron immediately set the course of his RMS Carpathia to...

Captain Arthur Henry Rostron immediately set the course of his RMS Carpathia to the ship in trouble. Using every measure at his disposal, he pushed his ship to a speed beyond which she was rated in a heroic response to the desperate call of the sinking Titanic.

Captain Arthur Henry Rostron of Carpathia

The sinking of the titanic...april 14, 1912

Titanic time line of when everything took place. Just a little bit off and my grandfather would have been a baby on the sinking Titanic.... luckily for me he was on another ship Built by Harland & Wolff

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2/14/14 5:46p Timeline: Sinking of the Titanic 4/14-15/1912

Titanic timeline of when everything took place.

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Titanic Sinking Timeline...

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Margaret "Molly" Brown presenting Captain Arthur Rostron of the RMS Carpathia with a loving cup for saving the survivors of Titanic

May 29, 1912 Mrs. J.J. "Molly" Brown presented an award to Capt. Arthur Henry Roston, captain of the Carpathia, for his service in rescuing Titanic survivors. George Grantham Bain Collection / Library of Congress

On May 29, 1912, as chair of the Titainic Survivor's Committee, Margaret "molly" Brown presented a silver loving cup to Captain Rostron of the Carpathia and a medal to each Carpathia crew member.

29 May 1912.Margaret "Molly" Brown presenting Captain Arthur Rostron of the RMS Carpathia with a loving cup for saving the survivors of Titanic.

Mrs. Margaret (Molly) Brown is perhaps the most famous #Titanic survivor. Having been portrayed by such Hollywood powerhouses as Kathy Bates and Debbie Reynolds, “the Unsinkable Molly Brown” is a figure with which many people are familiar. Who was Mrs. Brown, and what actions caused her name to become synonymous with heroic women of the early twentieth century?

Margaret "Molly" Brown presenting Captain Arthur Rostron of the RMS Carpathia with a loving cup for saving the survivors of Titanic. (Other photos of this image suggest that it is Molly who is receiving the honor for trying to save other passengers - so it is unclear).

The "Unsinkable Molly Brown" (Margaret Brown) presenting a trophy to Captain Arthur Henry Rostron of the RMS Carpathia which rescued many Titanic survivors.

Mrs. Margaret "Molly" Brown is perhaps the most famous Titanic survivor. Having been portrayed by such actresses as Kathy Bates and Debbie Reynolds, the "Unsinkable Molly Brown” is a figure with which many people are familiar.

FILE -- Captain Arthur Henry Rostron is presented with an award by Margaret Brown, a survivor of the RMS Titanic sinking who later came to be known as "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," in this undated photo. Rostron was honored for his efforts as commander of the RMS Carpathia, which rescued many of the Titanic survivors from the north Atlantic Ocean and ferried them to safety in New York. (The New York Times) Photo: THE NEW YORK TIMES, NYT / NYTNS

Titanic survivor Margaret “Molly” Brown presents the Loving Cup to Captain Arthur Rostron of the Carpathia.

A rope step ladder from one of Titanic's lifeboats is connected to the Carpathia to bring in survivors. The Carpathia was sailing from New Y...

A rope step ladder from one of Titanic's lifeboats is connected to the rescue ship Carpathia to bring in survivors...http://www.wsbtv.com/gallery/news/disasters/haunting-photos-titanic-disaster

A rope step ladder from one of Titanic's lifeboats is connected to the Carpathia to bring in the Titanic survivors.

Titanic survivors are picked up by the Carpathia. Photograph taken by Mr J W Barker of someone fixing a rope step ladder from one of Titanic's lifeboats to the Carpathia. Carpathia was sailing from New York City to Rijeka on the night of Sunday, 14 April 1912.

*A ROPE LADDER~from 1 ofTitanic's lifeboats is connected to Carpathia to bring in survivors.Carpathia was sailing fromNewYorkCity toRijeka on the night of Sunday,April14,1912. Captain,ArthurHenryRostron,was asleep in his cabin when wireless operatorHaroldCottam burst in+told him ofTitanic's distress signal.

*A ROPE LADDER~from 1 ofTitanic's lifeboats is connected to Carpathia to bring in survivors.Carpathia was sailing fromNewYorkCity toRijeka on the night of Sunday,April14,1912. Captain,ArthurHenryRostron,was asleep in his cabin when wireless operatorHaroldCottam burst in+told him ofTitanic's distress signal.Captain Rostron immediately set course to the liner's last known position,over 60mi away.@4amCarpathia arrived at the scene after working her way through dangerous ice fields saving 705people.

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The New York Herald tells of the Titanic disaster Source: Wikimedia Commons

New York Herald front page about the Titanic disaster, April 15th, 1912

The New York Herald Front Page news of the Titanic disaster.

New York Herald coverage of the Titanic sinking.

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There can be very few people, who have not heard of the 'Royal Mail Ship (RMS) Titanic'. 'Titanic' was a huge ocean-going liner, built by Harland and Wolff, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, 100 years ago, between 1909 and 1911. It was launched at Southampton, by the White Star Line of Liverpool, on the tenth of April, 1912. Thence to Cherbourg, France, and, finally, to its last port of call ~ Queenstown, in Southern Ireland (formerly Cove of Cork; now Cobh) ~ before setting sail for New Yo

Titanic Newspaper Article: New York Herald

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Take a tour inside the real Titanic (25 photos)

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RMS Titanic (1912) Inside the Titanic The first Class dining salon located amidships on the D deck (Saloon deck) could seat up to 550 per sitting.

The first class dining saloon aboard the RMS Titanic in an undated photo. 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. (The New York Times)

An http://www.gogelautosales.com Repin Amazing Used Cars from wonderful people. Rt 10, East Hanover. The first class dining saloon aboard the RMS Titanic in an undated photo. 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. (The New York Times) #

The first class dining salon on D deck could seat up to 550 people per sitting.- RMS Titanic (1912)

First Class Dining Room

Titanic's Dinning Room

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Beautiful ceilings.

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During the sinking, she was credited with encouraging many people to get into the lifeboats before she herself was convinced to get into Lifeboat #6. She and the sailor in charge of that boat had a quarrel as she wanted to row back and pick up survivors, while he was terrified that the suction from the sinking ship would take their lifeboat under.

Molly Brown, my favorite historical women EVER! During the sinking, she was credited with encouraging many people to get into the lifeboats before she herself was convinced to get into Lifeboat #6. She and the sailor in charge of that boat had a quarrel as she wanted to row back and pick up survivors, while he was terrified that the suction from the sinking ship would take their lifeboat under.

Woman's Name:Molly Brown Birthday:July 18,1867 Famous For:She was famous for surviving the Titanic. Education:Molly attended elementry school in Hanniba

During the sinking, she was credited with encouraging many people to get into the lifeboats. She and the sailor in charge of boat 6 had a quarrel as she wanted to row back and pick up survivors, while he was terrified that the suction from the sinking ship would take their lifeboat under.

Molly Brown - During The Sinking Of The Titanic - She Was Credited With Encouraging Many People To Get Into The Lifeboats Before She Herself Was Convinced To Get Into Lifeboat #6 - She And The Sailor In Charge Of That Boat Had A Quarrel As She Wanted To Row Back And Pick Up Additional Survivors - The Sailor Was Terrified That The Suction From The Sinking Ship Would Take Their Lifeboat Under - It Was Only After She Threatened To Club Him With An Oar And Throw Him Overboard That She Got Her Wa...

Titanic survivor: The "Unsinkable Molly Brown"

molly brown ... truly unsinkable

During the sinking, she was credited with encouraging many people to get into the lifeboats before she herself was convinced to get into Lifeboat #6. She and the sailor in charge of that boat had a quarrel as she wanted to row back and pick up survivors, while he was terrified that the suction from the sinking ship would take their lifeboat under. Margaret Tobin Brown as she called herself. "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" Molly Brown was born in Hannibal, Missouri on July 18, 1867, She was an American human-rights activist, philanthropist and actress who survived the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Brown and her husband moved to Denver Colorado, after achieving great prosperity though the discovery of gold at one of his mines in 1893. Margaret was given a salary of $700 dollars a month in 1909 $18,436 in todays money. Her net worth was $238,000 dollars in 1922 $3,364,648 in todays money. Her husband James Joseph Brown died in 1922. They had two children. Lawrence Palmer Brown (knowen as Larry) was born on August 30, 1887. and Catherine Ellen Brown (known as Helen) was born July 22, 1889. Margaret passed away on October 26, 1932 at the age of 65 at the Barbizon Hotel in New York City, New York and was laided to rest at The Cemetery of the Holy Rood, in Westbury, New York. "The unsinkable Molly Brown" thomasallmon55

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Anchor Men - Titanic

Anchor Men of the ship Mauretania, which illustrates the size and weight of the anchor chains of large ships. RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside.

Anchor Men - Mauretania This is another illustration of the size and weight of the anchor chains of the "Mauretania". RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside. Reference: TWAS Ref: 2931/T/14 (Copyright) We're happy for you to share this digital image within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing.

Anchor men - This photo shows the immense size and weight of the anchor chains of the Mauretania.

The size and weight of the anchor chains of large ships. RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside.The ship's name was taken from Mauretania, an ancient Roman province on the northwest African coast, not the modern Mauritania which is now to the south.[2] Similar nomenclature was also employed by Mauretania's running mate, Lusitania, which was named after the Roman province directly north of Mauretania.

This is another illustration of the size and weight of the anchor chains of the "Mauretania". RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside. Reference: TWAS Ref: 2931/T/14 (Copyright) We're happy for you to share this digital image within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality reproductions and commercial use of the original physical version apply though; if you're unsure please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk. To purchase a hi-res copy please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk quoting the title and reference number.

Larry drops anchor.

Captain Smith and his dog on the Titanic

Titanic History: This is simple photo of Captain Smith and his Dog. The Dog was also aboard the ship with captain smith during the wreckage.

Captain Edward Smith of the Titanic and his beautiful Borzoi which was saved >Vintage #dogs #pets #Borzois Facebook.com/sodoggonefunny

Captain and dog... A handout picture received from Southampton City Council on April 4, 2012, shows Titanic Captain Edward Smith with a dog.

Titanic's Captain Smith on board the Titanic with his Irish Wolfhound called Ben. The dog was a gift from Benjamin Guggenheim who knew Smith personally and was a gift for Smiths daughter. The dog was not on the Titanic when she sailed and was indeed at his home with the family. There were 12 dogs on board the night she sank and only 3 (small dogs smuggled into lifeboats) survived.

Captain Edward John Smith of the RMS Titanic with his dog. He went down with his ship. NOOOOOOO!!!!!! the dog??

A handout picture recieved from Southampton City Council on April 4, 2012 shows Titanic Captain Edward Smith. A century on since the grandest liner ever built sank to the bottom of the ocean on its maiden voyage, the legend of the Titanic still captivates the imagination the world over. Smith went down with the Titanic. AFP PHOTO / SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL

Captain Edward John Smith of the RMS Titanic with his dog. He and his dog went down with his ship. (just saying that dog looks like a llama sheep)

A handout picture recieved from Southampton City Council on April 4, 2012, showing Titanic Captain Edward Smith. Sadly, Smith went down with the Titanic. (AFP PHOTO / SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL)

so sad thinking of the dog dyeing cause I am a dog lover .

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Community Post: 11 Never Before Seen Pictures Of The Titanic

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11 Never Before Seen Pictures Of The Titanic. Ladies disembark from the tender "America" onto the Titanic.

Taken by Father Browne SJ show a glimpse of what things were like before the ship went down....Ladies disembark from the tender "America" onto the Titanic.

Ladies disembark from the tender "America" onto the Titanic. Source: The Father Browne Collection.

*TITANIC ~ Ladies disembark from the tender “America” onto the Titanic.

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Ladies disembark from the tender "America" onto the Titanic, 1912.

Titanic photos new....16

These photos taken by Father Browne SJ show a glimpse of what things were like before the ship went down. The last photo of the Titanic taken by Father Francis Browne. Members of the Titanic crew pose with lifejackets. A boy plays aboard the deck of the Titanic. A U.S. doctor inspects passenger's eyes aboard the doomed ship. Ladies disembark from the tender "America" onto the Titanic. The bedroom in the Browne suite aboard the Titanic, which would have been elegant in any location. The gymnaisum aboard the Titanic -- well equipped for passenger recreation. A Queenstown vendor sells irish lace aboard the Titanic. Major Frank Brown Passengers from steerage settle on deck aboard the Titanic. Waiting for job possibly transferring mail. (via Buzzfeed)

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Titanic. Cross-section of the HMS Olympic from the August 14, 1909 issue of "The Illustrated London".

Now hopefully I can find one from the Titanic = my favorite and greatest section of all time! Cross-section of the HMS Olympic from the August 14, 1909 issue of "The Illustrated London". http://sfbayhomes.com

Cross-section of the HMS Olympic from the August 14, 1909 issue of "The Illustrated London". Sister ship of Titanic!

HMS Olympic This cross section appeared in the 14 August 1909 issue of The Illustrated London News, just six months or so after she was laid down. The Olympic was finished in 1911 and sailed through until 1935

This cross section appeared in the 14 August 1909 issue of The Illustrated London News. The Olympic was finished in 1911 and sailed through until 1935, a considerably much-longer career than her two sister ships, the Titanic and the Britannic.

Cross section of HMS Olympic from the 14 August 1909 issue of "The Illustrated London News"

Cutaway deck map of the Titanic.

TITANIC cross section

Detailed information on the Design of the Titanic, Thomas Andrews, Titanic blueprints, Titanic pictures, Titanic Statistics, Titanic Facts, Titanic History

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Titanic just launched at Belfast ::: #Photography #Photo #OldPhotography #BlackandWhitePhotography #Art

::::::::: Vintage Photograph ::::::::: Titanic, 1912. This photograph gives an idea of the immensity of the Titanic.

#Titanic, #1912. This photograph gives an idea of the immensity of the Titanic. #history

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The RMS Titanic, 1912

Titanic. Obsessed.

Titanic launch ☑️

Fake? No Explanation: Shared as “Titanic, 1912″, this photo actually shows the RMS Queen Mary during its launch ceremonies. Original photo When: September 26, 1934 Where: Clydebank, Scotland, United...

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Leadership Failures Sink the Unsinkable Ship: Business Lessons from The Titanic Written by Jocelyn R. Davis #Titanic #Infographic #eBook

Leadership Failures Sink the Unsinkable Ship: Business Lessons from The Titanic Written by Jocelyn R. Davis [www.dodgen.co] #DodgenCo #careerguidance

The Titanic sunk 100 years ago Sunday. Here's a great graphic of leadership lessons learned from tragic event. I hope to bring the same leadership skills that the Carpathia showcased of (1) clarity; (2) unity; and (3) agility to the mayoral seat in Mandan.

Leadership gains/failures by all ships "relevant" to that fateful night: Built by Harland & Wolff

Leadership Failures Sink the Unsinkable Ship: Business Lessons from The Titanic

Here's a great graphic of leadership lessons learned from tragic event.

Leadership lessons from the sinking of the Titanic [infographic]

Titanic - leadership lessons learned Infographic

Leadership Lessons from the Titanic [Infographic]

The Captain

Brave Captain Smith went down with the Titanic. He was last seen sipping hot tea..... I would be sipping whiskey, knowing what was coming!... but seriously, I have always wondered what went through his mind, as this was thought to be his last sail before retiring...it had to be a terrible shock, for himself and all the souls on his ship...

Brave Captain Smith went down with the Titanic. He was last seen sipping hot tea. He had been planning on retiring after the Titanic made it to the U.S

Brave Captain Smith went down with the Titanic. He was last seen sipping hot tea. Maybe he should have had his glasses on.

Captain Edward Smith was apparently seen drinking in the saloon bar of the doomed ship in the run-up to the catastrophic collision that led to its sinking on 15th April 1912. History books record that the white-whiskered skipper was woken in his cabin when the ship struck the iceberg and bravely decided to go down with his ship. But a previously unseen account by survivor Emily Richards blames the Captain for the tragedy and says he was drinking hours before the collision, Daily Mail reported

Brave Captain Smith went down with the Titanic. He was last seen sipping hot tea. 1912

The Captain of the Titanic, Captain Edward J Smith.  Life biography, Titanic Story, Titanic Captain

Titanic By the Numbers

Titanic By the Numbers Infographic - History Channel What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

just in time for Titanic 3D comes a two dimensional infographic! Titanic by the numbers. #Titanic #Infographic

Titanic Facts: The sinking of the Titanic has gone down in history as one of the greatest follies of all time: the “unsinkable” ship was swallowed whole by the vast Atlantic ocean on its maiden voyage. This great graphic shares many of the facts about the Titanic. #titanic

Did you know that Titanic burned more than 650 tons of coal every day, and that it cost $ 167 million in today's money to build the ship? #RMS #TITANIC #INFOGRAPHIC

Titanic by the Numbers infographic: Most interesting thin I learned... all 6 of the lookouts survived...

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Interesting Titanic infographic - Titanic by the numbers

Maritime Infographic: Titanic by the Numbers

Titanic By the Numbers Info graphic

The Titanic Band

Passengers of the RMS Titanic - The Titanic's musicians, led by Wallace Hartley, were employed as crew, but given second class accommodations.

The Titanic Band from en.wikipedia.org. This band played throughout the night as others saved themselves.

The Titanic's musicians, led by Wallace Hartley, were employed as crew, but given second class accommodations

The eight members of Titanic's band, who became a focus for many commemorations of the disaster

Titanic Band - Musicians of the RMS Titanic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Legends and myths regarding RMS Titanic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rare Pictures, Artifacts of Titanic 1912 "The Titanic Band"

RMS Titanic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Titanic Musicians

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Titanic passenger log •• How frickin' cool! In all the years of my #Titanic obsession I've never seen this.

Every visitor to The Titanic exhibition receives one of these. At the end of the exhibit you can check to see if your "passenger" survived.

Every visitor to the Titanic exhibition receives one of these. At the end of the exhibit you can check to see if your "passenger" survived.-- Man, the ones we got at the museum weren't this detailed! Wish they would have been!

" Not" a boarding pass! Appears to be a recent fact card from a museum perhaps

Souvenir from the touring Titanic Exhibit (I saw it at the Atlanta Aquarium!)

Same ticket with passenger name I received at the titanic exhibition

Titanic Exhibition: February 2014

Titanic passenger ticket

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TITANIC - Remembering 100 years. Use with A Night to Remember.

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Titanic Facts...Remembering 100 Years

*TITANIC: Interesting facts!

RMS Titanic fact sheet.

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Titanic ~ 100 years

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Titanic - Known as the unsinkable Titanic, ship of dreams What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

Today is the 102 anniversary of Titanic. Remember all the lives that were taken, remember Titanic!

RMS Titanic, presumed to be unsinkable, it was known as the 'Ship of Dreams'

04/10/1912 - RMS Titanic sets sail for its 1st & last voyage

Titanic - Known as the unsinkable Titanic, ship of dreams

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