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RMS Titanic Images - American Medicine Magazine

Images pertaining to the Titanic disaster or its aftermath, published in The American Medicine Magazine published by American Medical Publishing Company of Burlington, VT and New York, NY. It was published from 1894 until sometime after 1915.

Dr. W. F. N. O’Loughlin - Titanic 1912

Dr. W. F. N. O’LOUGHLIN - Senior Surgeon White Star Line, Died April 15, 1912, on Duty. American Medicine (May 1912) p. 238. GGA Image ID # 100ed10eaf

In Memoriam to Dr. O'Loughlin - A Brave Man, a Real Gentleman – a True Physician.

In Memoriam to Dr. O'Loughlin - A Brave Man, a Real Gentleman – a True Physician. American Medicine (May 1912) p. 239, GGA Image ID # 100f1926a8

The RMS Titanic

The RMS Titanic. The largest and most luxurious ocean liner in the world. Launched at Belfast, Ireland, May 1911. Length, 882 ft. 6 inches. Displacement, 66,000 tons. On her maiden trip struck a large iceberg on Sunday, April 14th, at 10.25 P. M., 41° 46 minutes, north latitude; 50° 14 minutes, west longitude. Sunk at 2.20 A. M., April 15, 1912, with a loss of over 1,500 lives. American Medicine (May 1912) p. 272.

Track Chart Showing the Place Where Titanic Struck an Iceberg and Sank at 2.20 A. M., April 15, 1912.

Track Chart Showing the Place Where Titanic Struck an Iceberg and Sank at 2.20 A. M., April 15, 1912. American Medicine (May 1912) p. 273. GGA Image ID # 105ea28490

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