Black And White Photographs Of The Titanic And Passengers

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Apr. 12 2012, Updated 6:41 a.m. ET

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Black And White Photographs Of The Titanic And Passengers

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1. Titanic survivors are picked up by the Carpathia. Photograph taken by Mr J W Barker of someone fixing a rope step ladder from one of Titanic's lifeboats to the Carpathia. Carpathia was sailing from New York City to Rijeka on the night of Sunday, 14 April 1912.

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Titanic survivors are picked up by the Carpathia. Photograph taken by Mr J W Barker of someone fixing a rope step ladder from one of Titanic's lifeboats to the Carpathia. Carpathia was sailing from New York City to Rijeka on the night of Sunday, 14 April 1912.

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2. Photograph taken by Mr J W Barker of two lifeboats containing passengers from the Titanic, as it approaches the Carpathia.

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Photograph taken by Mr J W Barker of two lifeboats containing passengers from the Titanic, as it approaches the Carpathia.

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3. Photograph taken by Mr J W Barker of Titanic survivors being waited on by Carpathia passengers.

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Photograph taken by Mr J W Barker of Titanic survivors being waited on by Carpathia passengers.

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4. Newborn baby boy Lucien P. Smith Jr in the arms of a nurse, November 1912. Smith's mother, Eloise Hughes Smith (1893 - 1940), was pregnant while a passenger returning from her honeymoon on board the White Star liner Titanic when the ship sank on 15th April 1912. Smith's husband, Lucien P. Smith, was also on board, but did not survive. Eloise later married a fellow Titanic survivor, Robert P. Daniel.

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Newborn baby boy Lucien P. Smith Jr in the arms of a nurse, November 1912. Smith's mother, Eloise Hughes Smith (1893 - 1940), was pregnant while a passenger returning from her honeymoon on board the White Star liner Titanic when the ship sank on 15th April 1912. Smith's husband, Lucien P. Smith, was also on board, but did not survive. Eloise later married a fellow Titanic survivor, Robert P. Daniel.

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5. British mariner Sir Arthur Henry Rostron (1869 - 1940) of the Cunard Line, 1926. Rostron was captain of the RMS Carpathia when it rescued the survivors of the White Star liner Titanic, which sank on 15th April 1912.

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British mariner Sir Arthur Henry Rostron (1869 - 1940) of the Cunard Line, 1926. Rostron was captain of the RMS Carpathia when it rescued the survivors of the White Star liner Titanic, which sank on 15th April 1912.

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6. An overcrowded lifeboat is lowered from the stricken Titanic in a scene from Roy Ward Baker's 1958 film 'A Night To Remember', based on the sinking of the White Star liner on 14th April 1912.

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An overcrowded lifeboat is lowered from the stricken Titanic in a scene from Roy Ward Baker's 1958 film 'A Night To Remember', based on the sinking of the White Star liner on 14th April 1912.

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7. British fashion designer Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon (1863 - 1935), one of the surviviors of the Titanic disaster of 14th April 1912, circa 1920.

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British fashion designer Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon (1863 - 1935), one of the surviviors of the Titanic disaster of 14th April 1912, circa 1920.

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8. Overcrowded lifeboats are lowered from the stricken Titanic in a scene from Roy Ward Baker's 1958 film 'A Night To Remember', based on the sinking of the White Star liner on 14th April 1912.

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Overcrowded lifeboats are lowered from the stricken Titanic in a scene from Roy Ward Baker's 1958 film 'A Night To Remember', based on the sinking of the White Star liner on 14th April 1912.

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9. Loss of White Star Line's Olympic-class vessel RMS Titanic which struck an iceberg on 12 April 1912 on her maiden voyage. Surviving wireless operator, Harold Bride, feet bandaged, being carried up gangway, New York.

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Loss of White Star Line's Olympic-class vessel RMS Titanic which struck an iceberg on 12 April 1912 on her maiden voyage. Surviving wireless operator, Harold Bride, feet bandaged, being carried up gangway, New York.

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10. Captain Arthur Rostron and under officers of RMS Carpathia (Cunard), with loving cup presented to him by survivors of wreck of RMS Titanic (White Star Line), 12 April 1912 in recognition of his heroism in the rescue.

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Captain Arthur Rostron and under officers of RMS Carpathia (Cunard), with loving cup presented to him by survivors of wreck of RMS Titanic (White Star Line), 12 April 1912 in recognition of his heroism in the rescue.

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