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Titanic Facts website - great for doing research project or presentation

Art Titanic Facts website - great for doing research project or presentation nearer-my-god-to-thee-a-titanic-memorial-tribute

Titanic Artifact: Wine bottle with WINE STILL IN IT!  Are you serious?  With the cork still holding it in...remarkable...brought up from the Titanic Wreckage ~

Titanic Artifact: Wine bottle, with wine, brought up from the Titanic wreckage.

An Edwardian omnibus ticket taken from the Titanic is displayed at The Science Museum in London March 5, 2003.

An Edwardian omnibus ticket taken from the Titanic is displayed at The Science Museum in London March

One of 2 megaphones carried by the Titanic.  the captin used this on the night of the exstinktion of the beauty (titanic, ) to tell people were to go, who to put in life boats

One of 2 megaphones carried by the Titanic. the captin used this on the night of the exstinktion of the beauty (titanic, ) to tell people were to go, who to put in life boats

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.

The last night aboard the Titanic before she struck the iceberg at p. on April The Titanic sank 2 hours, 40 minutes later at a. on April

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Extremely rare Titanic poster offering class tickets for return voyage! What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

Titanic Inquiry Book....  THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE REPORT OF THE "TITANIC " INQUIRY

The Journal of Commerce Report of the "Titanic " Inquiry. by Benedict W W. S. And Ginsburg - First Edition - 1912 - from Renaissance Books and

London and Liverpool: The Journal of Commerce, Somewhat worn copy, bound into burgundy boards with worn extremities. This is the first one volume edition of the reports that were published serially in the Journal of Commerce, at the time. The origin.

Of the 705 surviving passengers rescued, only about 8% were men....A first-class ticket in 1912 cost passengers around $4,375. If you adjust for inflation, that would have cost one of us about $104,360 per ticket today.

Titanic Historical Society First Class Ticket - A reproduction of an original document used for the Titanic in a postcard format. Many people have purchased this to use as a party favour or for invitations to a Titanic Dinner.

Some Pictures Of The Titanic You've Never Seen.  I've seen them because I'm a HUGE STINKIN TITANIC FAN!!!!

Some Pictures Of The Titanic You've Never Seen

An SOS telegram from the Titanic to the SS Baltic, on which the LSO were travelling. The LSO were originally booked on the Titanic, changing their travel plans at the last minute to accommodate a schedule change.

An SOS from the Titanic to the Baltic, on which the LSO had been travelling days earlier. The LSO were originally booked on the Titanic, changing their tickets to the Baltic at the last minute because of the change of date of the Titanics maiden voyage.

Robert W. Daniel, Philadelphia Banker, survivor....While aboard the rescue ship Carpathia, he met fellow Titanic survivor Mrs. Lucien P. Smith, whose husband perished during the disaster. The two were married in 1914 in New York City.

While aboard the rescue ship Carpathia, he met fellow Titanic survivor Mrs. Lucien P. Smith, whose husband perished during the disaster. The two were married in 1914 in New York City.

The Grand Staircase of the Titanic. Photo taken by Father Frank Brown prior to leaving the ship at her last port of call before leaving Cobh, County Cork, Ireland.

Grand Staircase of the Titanic" Photo by Father Frank Brown prior to leaving the ship at her last port of call before leaving Cobh, County Cork, Ireland.

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