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RMS Titanic Memorials

Expressions of tender, heartfelt sympathy for those who were in great grief; sorrow for those who died; glowing words of tribute for the heroism which had thrilled the world and then strong words urging legislation and regulation to prevent a recurrence of the Titanic catastrophe marked the memorial meeting on April 21, 1912. Many memorials were planned and created that documented the heroism displayed during the Titanic Disaster and to recognize the people who died in this tragedy.

Major Archibald Butt. Aid to President Taft. One of the Heroic Dead, Stepping Aside That Others Might Be Saved.

Many Memorials for Titanic Tragedy

Expressions of tender, heartfelt sympathy for those who were in great grief; sorrow for those who died; glowing words of tribute for the heroism which had thrilled the world and then strong words urging legislation and regulation to prevent a recurrence of the Titanic catastrophe marked the memorial meeting at the Broadway Theater Sunday afternoon, April 21, 1912.

Memorial to the RMS Titanic's Wireless Operator, Jack Phillips

Memorial to the RMS Titanic Wireless Operator Jack Phillips

Near the parish church at Godalming, a little market town on the banks of the Wey, not far from London, a cloister has been built to the memory of Jack Phillips, a wireless operator of the “Titanic,” who died at his instrument while flashing “S O S” calls out from the sinking liner.

The Butt Memorial Bridge in Augusta, Georgia

The Butt Memorial Bridge at Augusta, Georgia

In memory of Major “Archie” Butt, aide-de-camp to President Taft, who lost his life in the “Titanic” disaster in 1912, the citizens of Augusta, Ga., have erected a beautiful bridge, and placed upon it a tablet with an appropriate inscription, which was unveiled on April 16, 1914

Memorial Fountain, Designed by Thomas Hastings, Bas-Reliefs byDaniel Chester French.

The Memorial Fountain - Archibald Butt and Francis Millet

The Fountain is situated south of the White House Grounds, at the northwest junction of the road around those grounds with the road around the ellipse. The following inscription is carved on the rim of the Basin: In memory or Francis Davis Millet- 1846 -1912 -and Archibald Willingham Вutt-1865-1912.

 

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