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Titanic Images - The Shipbuilder - 1: The White Star Line

Images Pertaining to the Titanic Disaster or Its Aftermath, Published in the Shipbuilder - a Quarterly Magazine Devoted to the Shipbuilding, Marine Engineering, and Allied Industries, This Section Is About the White Star Line in General.

Front Cover, The Shipbuilder White Star Liners Olympic & Titanic Souvenir Number, Special Number - Summer 1911

Front Cover, The Shipbuilder White Star Liners Olympic & Titanic Souvenir Number, Special Number - Summer 1911. GGA Image ID # 10dc5b55a7

The White Star Triple-Screw Steamship Olympic. The Largest Vessel in the World.

The White Star Triple-Screw Steamship Olympic. The Largest Vessel in the World. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. Fronticepiece. GGA Image ID # 10b1cffb14

Mr. J. Bruce Ismay, Chairman and Managing Director of the White Star Line.

Mr. J. Bruce Ismay, Chairman and Managing Director of the White Star Line. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 2. GGA Image ID # 10b1ec3dc2

The Late Mr. Thomas H. Ismay, Founder of the White Star Line.

The Late Mr. Thomas H. Ismay, Founder of the White Star Line. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 3. GGA Image ID # 10b1ecab71

Fig. 2: Diagram Showing Development in Size of White Star Liners.

Fig. 2: Diagram Showing Development in Size of White Star Liners. Diagram Showing Comparative Sizes of Various Types of White Star Steamers From 1871 to the Present Time. The Lengths of the Shown on the Diagram are Taken from Taffrail to Fore-Edge of Stem. Ships illustrated (l to r): Oceanic-Baltic-Republic (1871), Tropic-Asiatic (1871), Adriatic-Celtic1872), Belgic-Gaelic (1873), Britannic-Germanic (1874), Arabic-Coptic (1881), Ionic-Doric (1883), Belgic-Gaelic (1885), Cufic-Runic (1888), Teutonic-Majestic (1889), Nomadic-Tauric (1891), Bovic (1892), Gothic (1893), Cevic (1893), Georgic (1895), Delphic (1897), Cymric (1898), Afric-Medic-Persic-Runic-Suevic (1899), Oceanic (1899), Celtic-Cedric (1901), Athenic-Corinthic-Ionic (1901), Arabic (1903), Romanic (1903), Cretic (1903), Canopic (1903), Cufic-Tropic (1904), Baltic (1904), Adriatic (1907), Laurentic (1909), Olympic-Titanic (1910). The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 5. GGA Image ID # 10b1f5601e

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