The Titanic Commutator, November 2000, Journal of the Titanic Historical Society
The Journal of Record of the Titanic Historical Society, Inc., Published Quarterly
THE TITANIC COMMUTATOR
A QUARTERLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO ORIGINAL RESEARCH INTO OCEAN LINERS.
THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS OF CONTINUOUS PUBLICATION.
Volume 24, Number 151, 2000 | Publication date: November 2000
This issue features an in-depth article about the JP Morgan Combine of several transatlantic shipping companies in 1902 called the International Mercantile Marine Company.
- The Olympic Restaurant on Millennium
by Peter Newall
- Wages Paid to Titanic's Officers and Crew
by Earl J. Chapman
- The White Star Line in the Morgan Combine
by William B. Saphire
- Sea Poste
- Titanic Faker is Fined
by Paul Louden-Brown
- A Mystery is Solved
by George Behe
- RMS Olympic's Officers
by Inger Sheil
- Memento From Jack Thayer
- Items from the THS Oceanliner Store
- Halifax Convention 2001
Front cover: Another brochure printed in the 1920s depicting the Celtic, one of White Star's 'Big Four,' now an older liner being advertised as 'Famous Cabin Liners to Europe' featuring White Star and Red Star liners touting their spacious cabin class service amenities being comparable to those of a high-class English club.
Back cover: A 1920s White Star - Dominion Line brochure offering the traveller "...unique advantages of going to Europe by the St. Lawrence route with sailings every Saturday during the summer. The new Regina and Doric combine every modern improvement in the art of catering to the comfort of ocean passengers." The older Megantic and Canada were relegated to cabin class, which in the following advertisement aimed at the modest budget traveller, the description was attractive.