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Images pertaining to the Titanic disaster or its aftermath, published in The Independent, A Weekly Magazine founded in 1848 and Published in New York.

The White Star Liner Titanic

The White Star Liner Titanic. This steamship, which, on April 15, sank about four hundred miles off Cape Race, with most of its passengers and crew, was the largest ever launched, having a tonnage of 45,328, and a length of 882 feet. Her total loss occurred on her maiden voyage. The Independent (25 April 1912). p. 862. GGA Image ID # 10a05cd385

An Iceberg on the Labrador Coast.

An Iceberg on the Labrador Coast. The Independent (25 April 1912). p. 868. GGA Image ID # 10a06427f8

Off Cape Harrison, Labrador.

Off Cape Harrison, Labrador. The cod-boat shown here is making an early trip to the fishing grounds. The ice conditions are such as prevail along this coast during the spring months. The Independent (25 April 1912). p. 869. GGA Image ID # 10a0a65207

St. Johns Harbor, Newfoundland.

St. Johns Harbor, Newfoundland. This photograph was taken in the early spring a year ago and shows whalers and sealers amid the floating field-ice——to cope with which they are fully equipped. The Independent (25 April 1912). p. 870. GGA Image ID # 10a0f2a2f7

Sketch Chart Showing Main Lines of Field Ice and Icebergs from Greenland to the Grand Banks.

Sketch Chart Showing Main Lines of Field Ice and Icebergs from Greenland to the Grand Banks. The Independent (25 April 1912). p. 872. GGA Image ID # 10a12c3921

Prominent Victims of the Titanic Disaster.

Prominent Victims of the Titanic Disaster. (1) Isidor Straus, Merchant and Philanthropist © Pach: (2) F. D. Millet, Painter © Pach: (3) Captain E. J. Smith, Commander of the "Titanic" © Underwood & Underwood; (4) Wilham T. Stead, English Editor © Underwood & Underwood; (5) Col. John Jacob Astor, Capitalist © Underwood & Underwood. The Independent (25 April 1912). p. 903. GGA Image ID # 10a17d8a4c

The Spacious Promenade Deck of the Ill-Fated Titanic

The Spacious Promenade Deck of the Ill-Fated Titanic. © Underwood & Underwood, NY. The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 937. GGA Image ID # 10a19e36da

At Southampton, the Giant Titanic Narrowly Averted a Collision with the Steamship New York

At Southampton, the Giant Titanic Narrowly Averted a Collision with the Steamship New York (On the Left) When Setting out on Her Maiden Voyage. The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 939. GGA Image ID # 10a1b6a6b3

The Hurricane Deck of the Carpathia as It Appeared After Taking on Some of Titanic's Lifeboats

The Hurricane Deck of the Carpathia as It Appeared After Taking on Some of Titanic's Lifeboats. The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 941. GGA Image ID # 10a1bb2be9

The Titanic's Lifeboats Tied up at the New York Pier After Carpathia's Return

The Titanic's Lifeboats Tied up at the New York Pier After Carpathia's Return. The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 943. GGA Image ID # 10a1ced173

A Test of the “Kaiser Wilhelm Ii's" Life-Boats at Hoboken

A Test of the “Kaiser Wilhelm Ii's" Life-Boats at Hoboken Before the Ship Left Port Last Week—Stewardesses Playing the Part of Passengers. The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 944. GGA Image ID # 10a1d73cc1

Howard Cottam, the Young Wireless Operator on the Carpathia, at the Door of His Wireless Station.

Howard Cottam, the Young Wireless Operator on the Carpathia, at the Door of His Wireless Station. The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 946. GGA Image ID # 10a210aa3d

Captain Rostron of the Carpathia

Captain Rostron of the Carpathia, The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 947. GGA Image ID # 10a28fafcc

Crowds of the Stricken and Curious Gather by the White Star Line Office on Broadway in New York.

Crowds of the Stricken and Curious Gather by the White Star Line Office on Broadway in New York. The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 949. GGA Image ID # 10a2ae9931

Senator W. A. Smith, Chairman of the Committee Investigating the Titanic Disaster

Senator W. A. Smith, Chairman of the Committee Investigating the Titanic Disaster, on the steps of the Senate Oflice Building on the morning of one of last week's sessions. © Clinedinst, Washington. The Independent (2 May 1912). p. 951. GGA Image ID # 10a2c3d9cb

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