Titanic Images: Newspapers - Other
Artificial collection of images pertaining to the RMS Titanic from newspaper sources where only a few photos are drawn. They are unordered but searchable using the GG Image ID or other terms.
Embarking on the Titanic at Queenstown last Thursday. This was the last port at which the ill-statted vessel called. The Daily Mirror (17 April 1912) p. 1. GGA Image ID # 1108cb1f90
The Daily Sketch for Thursday, 18 April 1912, Page 1. First Unclouded Hours of Titanic's Fatal Voyage. Top: A boy playing on the saloon deck of the Titanic, watched by 3 adults. Bottom: A sailor standing to attention, with some passengers in the background, in the area under the ship's bridge. GGA Image ID # 1109df21a8
Photographs by Passenger Who Left the Doomed Titanic at Queenstown. Images from Father Browne Are Included on the Centerfold Page for 18 April 1912 of the Daily Sketch. Top Left: A View from the Upper Promenade Deck of the Southampton Pilot Being Dropped Off. Top Right: View from the Top Deck of the Quay at Southampton. Top Center: The Last Known Photograph of the Titanic Leaving Queenstown Harbor. GGA Image ID # 110a521adc
Lady Duff-Gordon Tells Her Story at Titanic Inquiry. Top Left: Sir Cosmos Duff-Gordon leaving the Scottish Hall after denying the allegation that he opposed the suggestion to rescue the drowning. Top Center: Lady Duff-Gordon answering questions on the witness stand. Top Right: Lady Duff-Gordon and Sir Cosmos Duff-Gordon at the doorway, leaving the Titanic Inquiry for lunch yesterday. Bottom: Remarkable scene was witnessed at the Titanic Inquiry when Sir Cosmos and Lady Duff-Gordon gave evidence yesterday. The hall was packed. News of traditionally dressed women looked down from the galleries, and outbursts of applause were frequent when Lord Mersey stopped the council for the third-class passengers, Mr. Hartbloum, from putting what his Lordship considered were unfair questions to Sir Duff-Gordon. Daily Sketch, No, 908, Tuesday, 21 May 1912, p. 1. GGA Image ID # 110a96eac5
Disaster to the Titanic: World's Largest Ship Collides with an Iceberg in the Atlantic During Her Maiden Voyage. The Daily Mirror: Disaster, it was reported yesterday, has overtaken the great steamer Titanic, the largest and most luxuriously appointed vessel afloat. The liner, which is the latest addition to the White Star fleet, left Southampton last Wednesday on her maiden voyage to New York, and was in the vicinity of the Newfoundland banks, to the south of Cape Race, when she struck an iceberg, an ever-present peril in those latitudes at this time of year. "Wireless" has again demonstrated its immense value, assistance being summoned by this means." The photograph shows the mighty vessel leaving Southampton on Wednesday. -- Daily Mirror photograph. The Daily Mirror: The Morning Journal with the Second Largest Net Sale. No. 2645, Tuesday 16, April 1912, p. 1. GGA Image ID # 110aa2a5e2