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  • Marion Estes

    A piece of sheet music for the piece "Put Your Arms Around Me Honey", that was played by the doomed musicians aboard R.M.S. Titanic, after it was placed in the traveling Titanic exhibit Thursday, March 23, 2006. The piece of sheet music and a $ 5 bill issued in St. Louis in 1903 were both recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam) The musicians played, trying to keep people calm, until the ship sunk.

  • Hannah Maier

    What I wouldn't give to own that beautiful artifact... Oh, gosh.

  • LINDA SIMONE

    TITANIC ARTIFACTS | Music book among artifacts from Titanic

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