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Diagram showing location of lifeboats on the TITANIC and the manner in which they were launched. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April
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Steamer TITANIC compared with the largest structures in the world. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April
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J. Bruce Ismay, Managing Director of the White Star Line, was one of the first to board a lifeboat and leave the TITANIC. Charles M. Hays was one of the heroic men who stayed behind to make room for women and children in the lifeboats. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April
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(Possibly) Actual photograph of the iceberg that sunk the TITANIC In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April 15
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Heart-breaking farewells as husbands and wives, fathers and children, said their last good-byes. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April 15
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Graphic illustration of the force with which a vessel strikes an iceberg In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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The location of the TITANIC disaster In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April
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Waiting for the news of the TITANIC disaster In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April
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The wireless station at Cape Race where news of the TITANIC disaster was first received. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April
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The nature of the injury sustained by the TITANIC In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912 April 15
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Sketch of the lifeboats being lowered In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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In the drifting lifeboats following the sinking of the TITANIC In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Lifeboats from the TITANIC as seen from the CARPATHIA In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Depth of ocean where the TITANIC went down. After finding the TITANIC in 1985, the actual depth was found to be around 2100 fathoms. The 2760 fathom depth came from a hemp rope and weight sounding that pre-dated the CHALLENGER Expedition. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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The CARPATHIA, the Cunard liner that brought the survivors of the TITANIC disaster to New York. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Harold Bride, the hero wireless operator of the TITANIC, who stayed at his post transmitting until power was lost. He was one of the last to leave the ship, and jumped into the water where he was fortunately rescued. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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A note from a gambler, J. H. Rogers, given to a woman lifeboat passenger to pass to his sister in the event he did not survive. He was among the TITANIC fatalities. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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A religiously themed news cartoon: "Who hath measured the waters in the hollow of his hand." Isaiah XL: XII In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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The hymn "Autumn", the last tune played by the heroic band members of the TITANIC as the ship was sinking. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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A eulogy to the men who willingly let the women and children depart from the ship knowing that they would face certain death as the TITANIC passed beneath the waves. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Lowering of the lifeboats from the TITANIC In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Passengers leaving the TITANIC in the lifeboats In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Survivors of the great TITANIC marine disaster In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Colonel and Mrs. John Jacob Astor. The Colonel stayed behind as Mrs. Astor survived in a lifeboat. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Diagram of the TITANIC's arrangement and equipment In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Upper deck of the TITANIC looking forward In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Mrs. Lucien P. Smith - "Mrs. Smith was saved but her husband went to a watery grave." In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Major Archibald Butt, military aid to President Taft - "one of God's noblemen." In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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White Star Steamer TITANIC gymnasium In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Captain A. H. Rostron, captain of the rescue ship CARPATHIA In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Mr. and Mrs. George D. Widener. "Mrs. Widener was saved, but was obliged to leave her husband and son on the sinking ship." In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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"The great English writer" -William T. Stead, a casualty of the TITANIC. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Reading room of the TITANIC In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Sketches of the TITANIC by "Jack" Thayer who was pulled from the sea after the sinking of the TITANIC. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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The Senatorial Investigation - Ismay on the grill In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Above: Main stairway on the TITANIC. Top E Deck. Below: Second landing. C deck. Grand Stairway. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Mr. and Mrs. John B. Thayer. She was saved as was her son who went down with the ship but was pulled from the water. John B. Thayer was lost. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Vessel with bottom of hull ripped out. HMS TIGER in drydock after colliding with the Portland breakwater. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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A view of the OLYMPIC, sister ship to the TITANIC, after colliding with the British warship HAWKE. Interestingly, Captain Smith was in command of the OLYMPIC when this occurred but was exonerated of any blame.. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Isidor Straus a New York millionaire who went down with the TITANIC. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Photograph of iceberg in virtually the same area as the TITANIC accident taken two days before the disaster. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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The shape of an iceberg In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Chambers collapsible life raft In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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A diagrammatic map showing how U.S. warships could patrol the North Atlantic and report the position of icebergs. An early suggestion for what became the United States Coast Guard ice patrol. In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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Diagram showing the proximity of other steamships to the TITANIC on night of disaster In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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The effects of striking an iceberg In: Marshall, Logan 1912. The Sinking of the TITANIC and Other Great Sea Disasters.
1912
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The Norwegian North-Atlantic Expedition 1876-1878. Track and station map of the Norwegian North Atlantic Expedition showing systematic mode of data collection.
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The Norwegian North-Atlantic Expedition 1876-1878. Map showing proportion of salt in the surface water. Plate No. I.
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The Norwegian North-Atlantic Expedition 1876-1878. Map showing proportion of salt in the deeper strata. Plate No. II.
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The Norwegian North-Atlantic Expedition 1876-1878. Map showing proportion of nitrogen in the deeper strata of the North Atlantic Ocean. Plate No. III.

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