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The New York American was a daily paper published by the Star Company from 1902-1937. The GG Archives has the 17 April 1912 issue of this paper that dealt primarily with the Titanic Disaster and its aftermath.

Front Page of the New York American for 17 April 1912 Special Edition About the Titanic Disaster

Front Page of the New York American for 17 April 1912 Special Edition About the Titanic Disaster. GGA Image ID # 1038a83dd4

The French Liner Niagara, Which Arrived Yesterday, Hit Two Small Nearly Submerged Icebergs Last Friday Night, Which Crushed Her Starboard Bow.

The French Liner Niagara, Which Arrived Yesterday, Hit Two Small Nearly Submerged Icebergs Last Friday Night, Which Crushed Her Starboard Bow. She Called For Aid by Wireless. Cunarder Carmania responded and stood by until the Niagara's captain found his ship able to proceed unassisted. This photograph above was taken at daylight after the accident. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 1. GGA Image ID # 10afb6750d

Page 2 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Featured Article: U.S. Rushes Revenue Cutters to Assistance of the Carpathia.

Page 2 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Featured Article: U.S. Rushes Revenue Cutters to Assistance of the Carpathia. GGA Image ID # 1038e3306c

Photograph of an Iceberg, Taken from the Steamship President Lincoln on April 12, 1912

Photograph of an Iceberg, Taken from the Steamship President Lincoln on April 12, Almost in the Same Position Where the Titanic Struck an Iceberg. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 2. GGA Image ID # 10afd21760

King George Horrified, Sends Sympathy To The Bereaved

King George Horrified, Sends Sympathy To The Bereaved. London, April 16 -- King George has sent the following message to the White Star Company: “The Queen and I are horrified at the appalling disaster which has happened to the Titanic and at the terrible loss of life. We deeply sympathize with the bereaved relatives and feel for them in their great sorrow with all our hearts. GEORGE R. and I.” The Queen Mother. Alexandra has sent a message of sympathy to the company, in which she says: “It is with feelings of the deepest sorrow that I hear of the terrible disaster to the Titanic and of the awful loss of life. My heart is full of grief and sympathy for the bereaved families of those who have perished.” New York American (17 April 1912) p. 2. GGA Image ID # 10b043a806

Page 3 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Featured Article: NY American's Two Steps To Prevent Such Calamities in Future.

Page 3 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Featured Article: NY American's Two Steps To Prevent Such Calamities in Future. GG Archives ID # 1038e4b724

Lewis Nixon, One of the Three Leading Experts of the United States Have Agreed, at the Request of the New York American, to Form a Board of Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster.

Lewis Nixon, One of the Three Leading Experts of the United States Have Agreed, at the Request of the New York American, to Form a Board of Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster. Lewis Nixon is a graduate of the Naval Academy at Annapolis and a naval constructor of Prominence. He will be joined by Stevenson Taylor, president of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, and E. Platt Straton, a leading authority on naval construction. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 3. GGA Image ID # 10b0b2a683

Page 4 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Lists of Rescued and Missing, and Passengers Who Probably Perished.

Page 4 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Lists of Rescued and Missing, and Passengers Who Probably Perished. GGA Image ID # 103912df4c

Grand Stairway in the Main Saloon of the Titanic

Grand Stairway in the Main Saloon of the Titanic. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 4. GGA Image ID # 10b0be2dbd

Early Tally of Titanic's Lost and Saved in Numbers.

Early Tally of Titanic's Lost and Saved in Numbers. The names of saved from the first and second cabins thus far reported show 246 women, 82 men. Of the latter 58 were first cabin passengers and 24 second cabin. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 4. GGA Image ID # 10b0da3a51

Page 5 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. American Starts First Titanic Fund - A Predicessor to Today's Go Fund Me.

Page 5 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. American Starts First Titanic Fund - A Predicessor to Today's Go Fund Me. GGA Image ID # 10393de160

Anxious Relatives and Friends Seeking News at the White Star Line Offices

Anxious Relatives and Friends Seeking News at the White Star Line Offices. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 6-7. GGA Image ID # 10399d555c

Crowds Flocked to the White Star Line Offices for News of the Ship and Her People on Monday, 15 April 1912

Crowds Flocked to the White Star Line Offices for News of the Ship and Her People on Monday, 15 April 1912. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 6-7. GGA Image ID # 10b0e18119

Group of Well Known People Whose Relatives Were Passengers on the Titanic.

Group of Well Known People Whose Relatives Were Passengers on the Titanic. From Left to Right R. Dewitt Seligman, Mrs. Benj. Guggenheim, Mrs. John Marvin, Mrs. Farquharson and Mrs. R. Dewitt Seligman. the Lower Pictures Are Mrs. Polk, a Sister of Mrs. W. E. Carter on the Left, and Magistrate Cornell. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 6-7. GGA Image ID # 10b1687f2c

Luxurious Turkish Bath of the Lost Liner

Luxurious Turkish Bath of the Lost Liner. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 6-7. GGA Image ID # 10b17f41bd

Officers of the RMS Titanic

Officers and Complements of the RMS Titanic. From left to right, seated In the foreground, are Chief Surgeon W. F. N. O’Laughlin; First Officer H. T. Wilde, and Purser W. McElroy. Directly in the foreground Captain E. 'Smith, and standing in the rear are other of the ship’s officers. New York American (17 April 1912) p. 6-7. GGA Image ID # 10b1ac3e3b

Page 8 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Non-Titanic News and Ads.

Page 8 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Non-Titanic News and Ads. GGA Image ID # 1039d8dd52

Page 9 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Ship Dodges Iceberg that Wrecked Titanic.

Page 9 of the New York American, 17 April 1912. Ship Dodges Iceberg that Wrecked Titanic. GGA Image ID # 1039fd4b6d

Page 10 of the New York American, 17 April 1912 - Society and Entertainment News.

Page 10 of the New York American, 17 April 1912 - Society and Entertainment News. GGA Image ID # 103a182835

Page 11 of the New York American fro 17 April 1912. Featured Article: Prince Adelbert Seeks to Wed An American Girl.

Page 11 of the New York American fro 17 April 1912. Featured Article: Prince Adelbert Seeks to Wed An American Girl. GGA Image ID # 103a2cebbd

Page 12 of the New York American for 17 April 1912 - Featured Article: Panic As Liner is Caught in Ice Vise Where Liner Sank (SS Niagra).

Page 12 of the New York American for 17 April 1912 - Featured Article: Panic As Liner is Caught in Ice Vise Where Liner Sank (SS Niagra). GGA Image ID # 103a4f254e

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