Titanic Images - Sinking of the Titanic: World's Greatest Sea Disaster (1912)
A graphic and thrilling account of the sinking of the greatest floating palace ever built, carrying down to watery graves more than 1,500 souls. Giving exciting escapes from death and acts of heroism not equaled in ancient or modern times, told by the survivors, including the history of icebergs, the terror of the seas; wireless telegraphy and modern shipbuilding. Illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings made expressly for this book.
In this book the thrilling story is set forth clearly, the facts about the ship and the voyage, the passengers, the pathetic details of the wreck, the first-hand accounts of the survivors. The whole sad story is here.
Edited by Thomas H. Russell, a. M., LLD., author and journalist formerly of the General Register Office of Shipping and Seamen with special articles by Fred S. Miller, the great descriptive writer.
A Titanic wireless operator, Harold Bride, being carried ashore from Carpathia. He jumped into the sea and was rescued, but his feet were badly frozen. Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 49. GGA Image ID # 102d3cbe8e
Mr. & Mrs. George A. Harder, A Honeymoon Couple Rescued from the Titanic. The woman weeping, hand to face, is Mrs. Chas. M. Hays, whose husband, president of the Grand Trunk Railway, was lost. Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 97. © Underwood & Underwood. GGA Image ID # 102d5408cf
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Stead. The Great Educator and Editor, Mr. Stead, Mourned by the Whole World, Went Down with the Titanic. Sinking of the Titanic(1912) p. 160. GGA Image ID # 102dd47636
Colonel John Jacob Astor with His Young Bride. Col. Astor Perished with the Titanic, His Wife Was Rescued. Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 161 Campbell Studios, New York. GGA Image ID # 102dd47636