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Titanic Images - The Illustrated London News

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Images pertaining to the Titanic disaster or its aftermath, published in The Illustrated London News, the world's first illustrated weekly news magazine. Founded by Herbert Ingram, it appeared weekly until 1971, then less frequently thereafter, and ceased publication in 2003.

A Dainty Frock of Black Taffetas Is Finished with a Fine White Lawn Jabot and Frills on the Sleeves, and a Velvet Bow and Buckle at the Neck.

A Dainty Frock of Black Taffetas Is Finished with a Fine White Lawn Jabot and Frills on the Sleeves, and a Velvet Bow and Buckle at the Neck. The Illustrated London News (6 April 1912) p. 514. GGA Image ID # 105aced918

A Smart Taffetas Gown

A Smart Taffetas Gown.  This is made with panier skirt and long lace sleeves. The Illustrated London News (27 April 1912) p. 624. GGA Image ID # 102e8a6d77

A Ship Might Just as Well Strike a Rock: A Giant Iceberg, Akin to That Which Caused the Sinking of the RMS Titanic.

A Ship Might Just as Well Strike a Rock: A Giant Iceberg, Akin to That Which Caused the Sinking of the RMS Titanic. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 633. GGA Image ID # 1011862e22

Passengers on the Boat-Deck of the Titanic in Cork Harbor.

Passing Boats in Which Survivors of the Disaster Subsequently Escaped: Passengers on the Boat-Deck of the “Titanic” in Cork Harbor. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 635. GGA Image ID # 1007f31e01

Signor Guglielmo Marconi - the Scientist Whose System of Telegraphy Brought Help to the Titanic and News of the Appalling Disaster That Overtook Her.

Signor Guglielmo Marconi - the Scientist Whose System of Telegraphy Brought Help to the Titanic and News of the Appalling Disaster That Overtook Her. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 639. GGA Image ID # 10145c39a9

The Palatial Appointments of the Ocean Liner Titanic, Sunk After Collision with an Iceberg.

The Palatial Appointments of the Ocean Liner Titanic, Sunk After Collision with an Iceberg. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 651-652, GGA Image ID # 1014778103

Keeping Fit Aboard the Floating Palace: Cycling in the Liner’s Gymnasium.

Keeping Fit Aboard the Floating Palace: Cycling in the Liner’s Gymnasium.The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 651-652, GGA Image ID # 10eb2b4eb2

First Class Swimming Pool on the Titanic.

First Class Swimming Pool on the Titanic. For Those Who like Exercise in the Water: A Swimming-Bath Aboard the "Titanic." The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 651-652, GGA Image ID # 10eb38abb8

Entrance to a Private Promenade Deck from First Class Parlor Suite - A Part of One of the Two. £870 Suites.

Entrance to a Private Promenade Deck from First Class Parlor Suite - A Part of One of the Two. £870 Suites. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 651-652, GGA Image ID # 10ebcccd33

As Aboard the Wrecked Titanic: The Wireless-Telegraphy Room of an Atlantic Liner.

As Aboard the Wrecked Titanic: The Wireless-Telegraphy Room of an Atlantic Liner. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 653. GGA Image ID # 10144bcca0

The Biggest Ship in the World Shown in Section

The Ill-Fated Titanic, Which Now Lies Under Two Miles of Water Between Sable Island and Cape Race: The Biggest Ship in the World Shown in Section. Drawn by W. B. Robinson, by Courtesy of the White Star Line. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 654-655. GGA Image ID # 1062b66a2e

White Star Liner 'Titanic' Leaving Southampton for Her First Trip to New York

The Biggest Ship in the World Which Met Disaster on Her Maiden Voyage: The £1.500.000 White Star Liner “Titanic” Leaving Southampton for Her First Trip to New York. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 656-657. GGA Image ID # 106319cf3e

On Board the RMS Titanic in the Great Disaster: Notable Passengers.

On Board the RMS Titanic in the Great Disaster: Notable Passengers. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 658. GGA Image ID # 101479dfbe

Crowds outside and inside of the White Star Line Offices Crave Any News about the Fate of Passengers.

Crowds outside and inside of the White Star Line Offices Crave Any News about the Fate of Passengers. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 659. © Bureau and L.N.A. GGA Image ID # 101e71c624.

In the Sea-Lane the "Titanic " Sailed: Icebergs off Newfoundland.

In the Sea-Lane the "Titanic " Sailed: Icebergs off Newfoundland. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 660. Photographs by Holloway; Map by Courtesy of the “Daily Mail." GGA Image ID # 1012a8fccc

A Tea or Home Dinner Gown

A Tea or Home Dinner Gown, with long sleeves fastened with silk loops and buttons.  A smart hat is trimmed with a feather mount and the brim turned up with dark silk. The Illustrated London News (4 May 1912) p. 668. GGA Image ID # 102ee38cc9

To Head the British Court of Inquiry into the Loss of the Titanic: Lord Mersey.

To Head the British Court of Inquiry into the Loss of the Titanic: Lord Mersey, President of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court. 1909-10. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 681. GGA Image ID # 1063285a43

The American Who Told Mr. Bruce Ismay He Could Not Return to England: Senator Smith, Chairman of the Senatorial Inquiry as to the 'Titanic.'

The American Who Told Mr. Bruce Ismay He Could Not Return to England: Senator Smith, Chairman of the Senatorial Inquiry as to the 'Titanic.' The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 683. GGA Image ID # 1063bef20d

At Lloyd's, the Famous Association of Marine Underwriters After the Sinking of the Titanic

In the Anxious Hours Which Followed the Greatest of Maritime Disasters: At Lloyd's, the Famous Association of Marine Underwriters After the Sinking of the Titanic. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 684-685. GGA Image ID # 1063f78f02

Mr. Charles Lightoller, Second Officer of the Titanic

Mr. Charles Lightoller, Second Officer of the Titanic, Who Had a Miraculous Escape, and Gave Important Evidence to the Senatorial Committee in New York. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 686. GGA Image ID # 10640ed052

The Right Hon. Alexander Carlisle, P.C., Part-Designer of the Titanic

The Right Hon. Alexander Carlisle, P.C., Part-Designer of the Titanic - Formerly General Manager of Messrs. Harland and Wolff. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 686. GGA Image ID # 106427d527

The Late Mr. Bram Stoker (8 November 1847-20 April 1912), Author of Dracula

The Late Mr. Bram Stoker (8 November 1847-20 April 1912), Author of Dracula, Published in 1897, and Sir Henry Irving's Manager and Confidential Secretary. He made many transatlantic trips and is listed on a 1886 Passenger List of the Cunard RMS Etruria. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 686. GGA Image ID # 106471c058

Notable Titanic Passengers, Saved and Lost.

Notable Titanic Passengers, Saved and Lost. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 687. GGA Image ID # 1014e1e3ab.

The Titanic’s boats were too far from the water.

The Titanic’s boats were too far from the water. Had the sea been rough, it is questionable whether any of the lifeboats of the Titanic would have reached the water without being damaged or destroyed. The point of suspension of the boats was about seventy feet above the level of the sea. Had the ship been rolling heavily the lifeboats, as they were lowered, would have swung out from the side of the ship as it rolled toward them and on the return, roll would have swung back and crashed against its side. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 688. GGA Image ID # 100aab983f

Liners and Their Life-Saving Craft before the Disaster

Liners and Their Life-Saving Craft before the Disaster: White Boats to Represent the Number of Persons for Whom Boats Were Carried; Black to Represent the Boats Required for the Ships‘ Full Complements. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 689. GGA Image ID # 100814f3ab

The Boats the Titanic Carried and Those She Might Have Carried

The Boats the "Titanic" Carried and Those She Might Have Carried: The Ill-Fated Liner's Boat-Deck as Planned and as It Was at the Time of the Disaster. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 691. GGA Image ID # 10086f3baa

Fitting-Up a Collapsible Boat Aboard the Olympic.

The Lesson Learnt after the Greatest Maritime Disaster: Fitting-Up a Collapsible Boat Aboard the Olympic. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 691. GGA Image ID # 1008a4f2da

Signor Marconi Engaged on Early Experiments of His Father's Villa at Pontecchio

S.O.S. in the Making: The Birth of Practical Wireless. With Sheet Metal Aerials and Earths: Signor Marconi Engaged on Early Experiments of His Father's Villa at Pontecchio. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 695. Drawn by A. Forestier. GGA Image ID # 1064eb6c56

Tilted Straight on End with the Stern Vertically Upwards: A Parallel to the Titanic

Tilted Straight on End with the Stern Vertically Upwards: A Parallel to the Titanic. The Rare Way in Which the White Star Liner Foundered: The Sinking of the Steamship Hasland in the Manner in Which the Titanic Is Reported to Have Sunk.The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 696. Drawn by Professor George Forees. GGA Image ID # 1065b98d5f

Called by S.O.S. and Savior of Seven Hundred and Five Souls: The Rescuing Liner, Brought Across the Seas by Wireless to Aid the “Titanic,” the Cunarder “Carpathia,” Which Picked up the Only Passengers of the Ill-Fated Liner. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 697. GGA Image ID # 100c056ad4

As It Should Be on Every Liner: Life-Boat Drill on a Steam-Ship

As It Should Be on Every Liner: Life-Boat Drill on a Steam-Ship. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 698. GGA Image ID # 1008b55b11

Akin to That Which Gave the RMS Titanic Her Death-Blow: An Iceberg. Which Was Probably Part of the Ice-Field Encountered by the Ill-Fated Vessel.

Akin to That Which Gave the RMS Titanic Her Death-Blow: An Iceberg, Which Was Probably Part of the Ice-Field Encountered by the Ill-Fated Vessel. Photographed from the SS Tunisian a Few Days before the Disaster. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 699. © Illustrations Bureau. GGA Image ID # 1012190da2

In the Neighborhood of the Titanic’s Collision with an Iceberg: Passengers on a Steamer Looking at an Ice Field

In the Neighborhood of the Titanic’s Collision with an Iceberg: Passengers on a Steamer Looking at an Ice Field. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 699. © Fridolin. GGA Image ID # 1066821c80


Titanic's Brave Musician Heroes - Led by Mr. W. Hartley of Dewsbury

Titanic's Brave Musician Heroes - Led by Mr. W. Hartley of Dewsbury. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1812) p. 700. GGA Image ID # 101cf7267c

Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay, Managing Director, White Star Line

Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay, Managing Director, White Star Line. Drawn by A. C. Michael. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 701. GGA Image ID # 101d335631

The Crowd Outside St. Paul's at the Conclusion of the Titanic Memorial Service on 19 April 1912

The Crowd Outside St. Paul's at the Conclusion of the Titanic Memorial Service on 19 April 1912. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 703. © L.N.A. GGA Image ID # 101f0406c4.

A Crowd Equal to That Which Was Lost with the Ill-Fated White Star Liner Titanic

A Crowd Equal to That Which Was Lost with the Ill-Fated White Star Liner Titanic. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 704-705. © Topical. GGA Image ID # 101fc2d5d0.

A Charming Costume in Striped Silk

A Charming Costume in Striped Silk. This dress is trimmed with buttons and hoops, the neck being finished with a lace collar edged with a velvet band. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 714. GGA Image ID # 102b3442f3

Questioned by Senator Smith: Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay Giving Evidence at the American Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster

Questioned by Senator Smith: Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay Giving Evidence at the American Inquiry into the “Titanic” Disaster. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 729. GGA Image ID # 1032087e3c

Aboard the Rescue Ship, Titanic Survivors on the Carpathia. Succouring the Saved: Women Passengers on the Carpathia Sewing for the Titanic Survivors and Distributing Clothes. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 731. GGA Image ID # 100e2d545e

Rescued Titanic Passengers Aboard the Carpathia

Rescued Titanic Passengers Aboard the Carpathia. Mr. George A. Harder, Who Was the Only Man Saved of Eleven Honeymoon Couples. Mrs. Harder Next to Mrs. Charles M. Hays, Whos Husband Was Lost. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 731. GGA Image ID # 10668bfd61

Out of Death, into Life: Voyagers from the Verge of the Valley of the Shadow.

Out of Death, into Life: Voyagers from the Verge of the Valley of the Shadow. After the Arrival of the Carpathia with 705 Survivors of the Titanic Onboard: The Meeting of the Saved with Their Relatives and Friends. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 732-733. Drawn by Ernest Fuhr, New York Artist. GGA Image ID # 10679fdf5c

Survivors Aboard a Collapsible from the Titanic, the Boat Being Rowed Slowly Towards the Carpathia, Immediately before the Rescue of the Passengers.

Survivors Aboard a Collapsible from the “Titanic”, the Boat Being Rowed Slowly Towards the “Carpathia", Immediately before the Rescue of the Passengers. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 734. GGA Image ID # 1008b6f007

Drawing Alongside the Carpathia to Be Picked Up, Survivors of the Titanic Disaster, Mostly Women, in One of the Ill-Fated Liner's Less Crowded Life Boats.

Drawing Alongside the "Carpathia" to Be Picked Up, Survivors of the “Titanic" Disaster, Mostly Women, in One of the Ill-Fated Liner's Less Crowded Life Boats. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 734. GGA Image ID # 10091c4c07

Saved by S.O.S. Titanic Survivors in the Life-Boats.

Saved by S.O.S. "Titanic" Survivors in the Life-Boats. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 735. GGA Image ID # 100a01e0ea

Survivors of the RMS TitanicDisaster in England

Survivors of the RMS TitanicDisaster in England. Photographs by S. and G. News Illustrations, F. D. Casey, and Topical. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 736. GGA IImage ID # 101d9a8fcf

Charged with Disobeying the Command Unusual of Members of the Crew to Sail Aboard the RMS Olympic

Charged with Disobeying the Command Unusual of Members of the Crew to Sail Aboard the RMS Olympic. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 738-739. © Illustrations Bureau. GGA IImage ID # 10681301e1

Sixty-Nine Miles Long and from Three to Twelve Miles Wide: The Great Ice-Floe Encountered by the Ill-Fated Titanic.

Giver of the Titanic's Death Blow: The Ice Which Sank Her. Sixty-Nine Miles Long and from Three to Twelve Miles Wide: The Great Ice-Floe Encountered by the Ill-Fated Titanic. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 741. Drawn by W. R. Robinson, After the Daily Telegraphs Chart. GGA Image ID # 100a4107e8

The RMS Titanic Survivors at Plymouth

Not in any Sense Detained ... Against Their Wish: Men and Women of the Titanic's Crew, Survivors of the Disaster, at Plymouth. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 742-743. © Newspaper Illustrations, and C.N. GGA Image ID # 101dfca205

As Taken Aboard by the Olympic, a Folding Lifeboat

As Taken Aboard by the Olympic, a Folding Lifeboat. Opening Her out While in the Water: Unfolding a Berthon Collapsible Thrown into the Sea from a Vessel's Deck. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 742-743. Drawn by N. Sotheby Pitcher. GGA Image ID # 10683ba80a

Stokers of the Titanic Standing in a Squad on the Vessel While She Was Sinking Fast.

Drawn from Material Supplied by MR. H. Senior: Disipline as Fine as on the Birkenhead. Calmly Awaiting the Order to Save Themselves, Stokers of the Titanic Standing in a Squad on the Vessel While She Was Sinking Fast. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 747. GGA Image ID # 10687bd677

View of the RMS Titanic, 15 Minutes Before She Sank.

View of the RMS Titanic, 15 Minutes Before She Sank. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 748-749. GGA Image ID # 1011850432

Survivors of the RMS Titanic Disaster in New York

Survivors of the RMS Titanic Disaster in New York. Photographs by Levick, S. and G., Thompson, and L.N.A. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 750. GGA Image ID # 101de2f426

Saving Their Servants and Enjoying Themselves with Easy Consciences: Society's Sunday Evening

Saving Their Servants and Enjoying Themselves with Easy Consciences: Society's Sunday Evening. Giving Their Household a Rest: Dining out at a Famous London Restaurant - the Berkeley. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. Supplement II & III. GGA Image ID # 10689cbadd

Captain Smith of the Ill-Fated Liner, Handing a Baby to Those Aboard an Overturned Lifeboat.

Drawn from Material Supplied by Mr. H. Senior, a Survivor: The End of the Titanic's Captain, the Moment before He Said That He Would Follow His Ship, Took off His Lifebelt, and Went Down: Captain Smith of the Ill-Fated Liner, Handing a Baby to Those Aboard an Overturned Lifeboat.The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 751. GGA Image ID # 1068e3bd08

The End of the RMS Titanic

Drawn from Material Supplied by Mr. J. B. Thayer, Jr. and Mr. H. Senior, Survivors: The End of the RMS Titanic. She Turned Right on End and Made a Big Plunge Forward: The Titanic Going down in Two Miles of Water, after Collision with an Iceberg. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 752-753. GGA Image ID # 106908038a

The Crew and Passengers of One of the Titanic’s Life-Boats after the Disaster.

A Seaman, a Foreigner — and Women: The Crew and Passengers of One of the “Titanic’s“ Life-Boats after the Disaster. Drawn from Material Supplied by Mrs. Cornell, a Survivor. (Proof of the Discipline Aboard the Sinking “Titanic ”: A Boat ‘Load of Women.) The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 754. GGA Image ID # 100a0cd3ea

Our Artist informs us, as we have noted, on the authority of Mrs. R. C. Cornell, that women rowed the boat seen in the foreground of the picture. With them was one seaman, and a foreign man who remained huddled up in the bottom of the lifeboat. From various accounts it is evident that women helped in the rowing of several of the boats, and Miss Alice Farman Leader, a New York lady doctor, has said, for instance, that the Countess of Rothes practically took command of the boat in which she was, while several women assisted, rowing in turn.

Numerous other cues of the valuable work done by women have been mentioned, and there is no doubt that many would have stayed behind, as did Mrs. Isidor Straus, had they been permitted. It has been reported, for example, that physical force alone got Mrs. Astor, Mrs. George Widener, Mrs. Jacques Futrelle, Mrs. John Thayer, and others into the boats. Mrs. Cornell was in the lifeboat which carried, amongst others, Mrs. Appleton. Their niece, Miss Edith Evans, gave up her place in an overcrowded boat and stayed on the ship.

Women Entering a Life-Boat from B Deck of the Titanic.

After the Order “All Men Stand Back Away from the Boats, All Ladies Retire to the Next Deck below ", Women Entering a Life-Boat from B Deck of the "Titanic." The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 755. GGA Image ID # 100acff1a2

The Man Who Saved over 700 Lives through Sitting up a Little Later Than Usual: Mr. Cottam, the Wireless Operator of the “Carpathia” as a Student. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 760. GGA Image ID # 100c3ae183

A Frock For Afternoon

A Frock For Afternoon . This charming dress is composed of plain and figured taffetas. The Illustrated London News (18 May 1912) p. 764. GGA Image ID # 102ba920f3

King George V, Admiral of the Fleet Is Visiting His Fleet for the Thrid Time since His Accession.

King George V, Admiral of the Fleet Is Visiting His Fleet for the Thrid Time since His Accession. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 775. From the Painting by S. Begg. GGA Image ID # 106949ca68

Lord Mersey, Presiding as Wreck Commissioner, over the British Court of Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster.

Lord Mersey, Presiding as Wreck Commissioner, over the British Court of Inquiry into the Titanic Disaster. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 780. © Bassano. GGA Image ID # 10694eb034

Assessors in the RMS Titanic Inquiry.

Assessors in the RMS Titanic Inquiry. From left to right, Captain Arthur Wellesley Clarke, Professor J. H. Biles, M.I.C.E., etc., Commander F. C. Lyon, R.N.R., Mr. E. C. Chaston, and Rear Admiral, The Honorable S. A. Gough-Calthorpe. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 780. GGA Image ID # 1069aa2ea9

The British Method: The RMS Titanic Inquiry in London

The British Method: The RMS Titanic Inquiry in London. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 782. GGA Image ID # 102e7668c7

Sketches of the Stages of the Sinking of the Titanic Made by Mr. John B. Thayer, Jr.

Made by a Survivor on an Overturned Collapsible Boat as the Titanic Was Sinking., Showing the Liner Breaking in Two: Sketches of the Stages of the Sinking of the Titanic Made by Mr. John B. Thayer, Jr. While He Was on One of the Vessel's Collapsible Lifeboats, and Filled in by Mr. I. P. Skidmore on the Carpathia Immediately after the Rescue of the Survivors. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 783. GGA Image ID # 1069bcd788

The Station That Saves Many Ships: The Liner's Crow's Nest.

The Station That Saves Many Ships: The Liner's Crow's Nest. with Big Bell to Strike, and Telephone through Which to Report to the Bridge: The Lookout Men at Work. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 785. GGA Image ID # 1069cefc72

The Lifeboat and Its Story - Invented by a Coach-Builder of Long Acre, Lionel Lukin's Insubmersible Boat.

The Lifeboat and Its Story - Invented by a Coach-Builder of Long Acre, Lionel Lukin's Insubmersible Boat. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 790. GGA Image ID # 1069f62e9b

A Dress For Spring Days

A Dress For Spring Days. This dress in of smooth-faced cloth, lightly draped on both skirt and corsage. The blouse is of lace and muslin. The Illustrated London News (25 May 1912) p. 794. GGA Image ID # 102b8e3054

Three Fashions on the Titanic

Three Fashions on the Titanic. The Illustratged London News (May 1912) p, 714, 764, 794. GGA Image ID # 102bcc2a6d

Funeral Procession of MR. Wallace Hartley of the RMS Titanic in Colne, Lancashire

Funeral Procession of Mr. Wallace Hartley of the RMS Titanic in Colne, Lancashire. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 867. © Farringdon Photo Co. GGA Image ID # 101fe60747.

Witnesses Called To Give Evidence on Titanic Disaster

Witnesses Providing Testimony on the Titanic Disaster. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 869. GGA Image ID # 102e492c7e

To Make Good Loss of Kit, A Cheque for £5 Signed by Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon dated 16 April 1912.

To Make Good Loss of Kit, A Cheque for £5 Signed by Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon dated 16 April 1912. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 869-f. GGA Image ID # 106a6a2024

Officers and Crew from the S.S. Californian Waiting to Give Testimony During the British Inquery to the Titahic Disaster.

Officers and Crew from the S.S. Californian Waiting to Give Testimony During the British Inquery to the Titahic Disaster. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 869-h. GGA Image ID # 105cbe0564

The Attorney-General Examining Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon

The Story of No. 1 Emergency Boat: A Moment of Intense Interest at the Titanic Inquiry. Questioning a Notable Passenger as to His Escape and to the Happening a Lifeboat: The Attorney-General Examining Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 870-871. GGA Image ID # 106ae17910

An Opera Cloak and a Coiffure

An Opera Cloak and a Coiffure.  This superb open mantle is in pale-blue miroir velvet, with yoke of fold tissue pleated; fold cord edging and loops, and band of Irish lace. Pearls and osprey form the head-dress. The Illustrated London News (8 June 1912) p. 876. GGA Image ID # 102bfe25e5

Where Disaster Met the Titanic: The Juncture of Artic Current and Gulf Stream: And Other Photographs Dealing With the Same Subject.

Where Disaster Met the Titanic: The Juncture of Artic Current and Gulf Stream: And Other Photographs Dealing With the Same Subject. The Illustrated London News (15 June 1912) p. 895. GGA Image iD # 106af7cd52

A Handsome Dinner-Gown

A Handsome Dinner-Gown – The corsage and train made of fine lace, with chiffon sleeves and reveres of darker satin. The light chiffon skirt has a drapery of darker chiffon, embroidered with gold beads. The Illustrated London News (15 June 1912) p. 916. GGA Image iD # 102bc81f9c

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