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Mrs. Charlotte Collyer and daughter Marjorie, survivors of the sinking of the Titanic in 1912

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Crowd awaiting Titanic survivors near Pier 54 in New York 

- 1912 

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Titanic survivors aboard the rescue ship Carpathia 

- 1912

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RMS Titanic at the docks of Southampton 

- April 1912 

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Survivors of the Titanic disaster

- 1912

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A photo of Philadelphia born Edith Corse Evans who was one of the first class passengers to lose her life during the sinking of The Titanic in 1912.

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Survivors of TITANIC - family group

- 1912

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Titanic ready for launch 

- 1911

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Captain Edward John Smith of the Titanic

c. 1912

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Launch of the Titanic from shipyard in Belfast, Ireland 

- 1911

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Titanic's First Class stateroom B-60

c. 1912

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Samuel McLaughlin riveter on the Titanic. Posing with model of the Titanic

c. 1970s, Northern Ireland 

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One of the lifeboats from the Titanic as seen from the Carpathia

- 1912 

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Margaret “Unsinkable Molly” Brown 

After surviving the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, she lived another 20 years into her 60s.

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Heart-Breaking Farewells during the sinking of the Titanic 

April 1912

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Robert Ballard, the American who discovered the wreckage of the Titanic in 1985, holding a ticket to the film Titanic in 1999.

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RMS Titanic leaving Southampton 

- April 10th, 1912

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Postcard showing the arrival of the Carpathia rescuing passengers of the Titanic in lifeboats on the morning of April 15th, 1912

6 years later the RMS Carpathia was sunk by a German U-Boat in WWI

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A photo of the RMS Titanic just after she was launched in Belfast on May 31st, 1911.

Notice that she was launched before her four funnels were installed. After they were installed, only 3 of her 4 funnels were functional. 

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Spanish-American War Veteran Mr. John Jacob Astor IV (born on July 13th, 1864) with his wife Mrs. Madeleine Astor

She survived the sinking of the Titanic but John was one of the victims.  He was also the wealthiest person on board.

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Photograph of the deck of The Titanic in 1912

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Daniel Buckley of Ireland survived the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. He later joined the U.S. Army but lost his life in France during WWI. 

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British newsboy Ned Parfett in London holding newspapers under his arm along with the grim headlines in 1912.  Tragically some six years later Ned was killed while serving during WWI.

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Pocket watch belonging to American Sea Post Clerk John Starr March.

March and two other American Sea Post Clerks aboard the Titanic did not survive the tragedy.

His watch was returned to his children after the disaster.

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Ida Hippach and daughter Jean
Both of whom were rescued from the Titanic
(Young man standing behind them) 

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American businessman Benjamin Guggenheim was born on October 26th, 1865 in Philadelphia, PA

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Titanic departing the Port of Southampton

- 1912

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Some of the lifeboats that were recovered by the Carpathia, now docked at the White Star Lines Pier 54 in New York City after the sinking in 1912 

The Titanic only had 20 lifeboats.
Even though this number was inadequate, the Titanic was still in compliance with safety guidelines during that time 

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Second Class promenade and boat deck on board the Titanic

- 1912

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Born February 6, 1845, Isidor Straus was the owner of Macy's department store when he and his wife Ida sailed on the RMS Titanic. When Mr. Straus urged his wife to board lifeboat No. 8 she replied "We have lived together for many years. Where you go, I go."

They died together during the sinking of the RMS Titanic.

- Submitted by Roger Keehner 

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Ticket for the Titanic 

- April 1912 

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Two tenders: Ireland (left) and America (right) shuttle passengers and their belongings to the Titanic.

- 1912 

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Titanic departing Southampton in 1912 

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The Titanic beginning a day of sea trials 

- April 2nd, 1912

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Titanic narrowly avoiding collision with the SS New York as she departs Southampton on April 10th, 1912 

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RMS Titanic's propeller shaft installation

c. 1911-1912

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Hoisting a Titanic lifeboat filled with rescued aboard the Carpathia in 1912 

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American tennis player Karl Howell Behr who survived the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. 
Before and after the Titanic tragedy, Behr ranked as high as #3 in America in the sport of tennis.

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Isidor and Ida Straus with their children

Married couple Isidor and Ida Straus, refusing to be separated, died together during the sinking of the Titanic 

Image c. late 1800s

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Gymnasium on the Titanic 

- 1912 

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Titanic departing Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland 

- April 11, 1912 

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