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  • Helen Benziger

    At The opening of The Molly Brown Gallery in Branson, Missouri. On Valentines Day 2014 I will be opening it at The Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Please, if you can...I will be there on the 14th and the 15th of Februarty...would love to meet you all!

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Molly Brown - Philanthropist, Suffragette, childrens advocate helped establish the first juvenile court, Titanic Survivor. Awesome.

The unsinkable Molly Brown. Love the parasol! One of the originators of the DDFL.

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.

Kathy Bates as Molly Brown in Titanic.

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!

The tale of a 2,700-year-old ushabti figure carried away from the stricken liner Titanic by the woman known to history as the ‘Unsinkable’ Molly Brown is a fascinating one. She was otherwise known as the Denver millionairess Mrs. Margaret Tobin (1867-1932). This surviving ushabti was just part of a cargo of Egyptian antiquities being shipped to the United States by Molly following a visit to Egypt. Read the fascinating story at egyptologynewsnet....

An old newspaper. Compared to other ones, it's actually fairly accurate about the numbers, too.

The Unsinkable Molly Brown. She was not only a Titanic survivor, but a social activist as well.

First Quartermaster Robert Hichens steered the Titanic into the iceberg. He later got into a fight in the lifeboat with 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown' which brought her lifelong fame. Hichens continued to work aboard ships after the sinking.