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The Sphere: An Illustrated Newspaper for the Home was a British newspaper, published by London Illustrated Newspapers weekly from 27 January 1900 until the closure of the paper on 27 June 1964.

Front Cover of The Sphere: An Illustrated Newspaper for the Home, Vol. XLIX, No. 639, With Supplement, London, 20 April 1912.

Front Cover of The Sphere: An Illustrated Newspaper for the Home, Vol. XLIX, No. 639, With Supplement, London, 20 April 1912. The Greatest Wreck in the World's Maritime History -- The Loss of the Titanic. GGA Image ID # 10f8be1bf0

The Greatest Shipwreck in the World's History: The Loss of the Titanic, Featured Photos Were The Sumptuous Appointments of the Titanic -- The Parisian Café with its Trelliswork and Climbing Plants; Boats which Rescued Some of the Passengers -- Seen to the left of Promenade Deck; A Sitting Room of a Private Suite; The Swimming Bath; Cycle Rowing Machine in the Gymnasium; How the White Star Liner Titanic Encountered the Iceberg Stream from Greenland Waters; and The Gymnasium. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 48-49. GGA Image ID # 10f9026965

The Titanic Disaster: Scenes Outside the Offices of the White Star Line. Photos include Crowds Outside the Offices of the White Star Line

The Titanic Disaster: Scenes Outside the Offices of the White Star Line. Photos include Crowds Outside the Offices of the White Star Line in Cockspur Street; and Anxious Inquirers Leaving the White Star Line Offices. (Top section of this page is unrelated to the Titanic). The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 52. GGA Image ID # 10f939c35c

The Greatest Wreck in the World's History: The Loss of the White Star Liner, Titanic.

The Greatest Wreck in the World's History: The Loss of the White Star Liner Titanic, Which Sailed from Southampton on Wednesday, 10 April, and was totally lost of Newfoundland on Sunday Night (14 April). The Ship Now Lying Two Miles Deep in the Atlantic. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 1 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10f9b9d891

The Wreck of the Titanic: On the Tragic Sunday Night of 14 April. Some Noted Passengers on the Ill-Fated Vessel includes Mr. W. T. Stead, Mr. Christopher Head, Mr. Hay, Mr. & Mrs, Astor, Mr. McElroy, Mr. Jack Phillips, Mr., Daniel Marvyn, Mrs., Daniel Marvyn, Mr. Isidor Straus, Mr. Bruce Ismay, and Captain Edward J. Smith, R.N.R. Also Bulkhead Arrangements on the Titanic and How the Titanic was Divided Into Sixteen Transverse Compartments. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 2 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10f9d1dea1

Lost White Star Liner Titanic: How the Seven Docks Were Arranged on the Titanic.

Lost White Star Liner Titanic: How the Seven Docks Were Arranged on the Titanic. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 3 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10f9fed51f

The Wreck of the Titanic: New Wireless Messages Are Sent and Received by Vessels and Shore Stations.

The Wreck of the Titanic: New Wireless Messages Are Sent and Received by Vessels and Shore Stations. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 4-5 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fa271e91

The Iceberg Peril: The Power Which Wrecked the Titanic. the Source of the Iceberg

The Iceberg Peril: The Power Which Wrecked the Titanic. the Source of the Iceberg - the Edge of a Great Glacier Stretching Into the Sea and an Atlantic Iceberg Photographed off Newfoundland. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 6 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fa92d128

Leviathans Which Will Take Over the Struggle for the Blue Ribbon of the Atlantic.

Leviathans Which Will Take Over the Struggle for the Blue Ribbon of the Atlantic. (Top) The Huge Hamburg-American Liner Which Will Shortly Take Her Place on the Atlantic Service. (Bottom Left) View of the Double Bottom of the New German Liner. (Bottom Right) The Huge Cunarder, Aquitania, Now Constructing. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 7 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10facfd9b7

Front Page, How the Titanic Went Down. the Modern Messenger of Death: A Typical Bearer of the Fateful Tidings Concerning the Titanic.

Front Page, How the Titanic Went Down. The Modern Messenger of Death: A Typical Bearer of the Fateful Tidings Concerning the Titanic. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 1. GGA Image ID # 10fb1530d3

The Wreck of the Titanic by Lawrence Beesley. We are Privieged to Give here the Narrative of Mr. Lawrence Beesley

The Wreck of the Titanic by Lawrence Beesley. We Are Privileged to Give Here the Narrative of Mr. Lawrence Beesley, Who Was Saved From the Ship. This Narrative Is Published by Permission of Reuter's Agency, Which Sent It to the London Newspapers. There Is a Slight Discrepancy of Time in Mr. Beesley's Story. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 68. GGA Image ID # 10fb61915d

"Be British": The Last Words of the Titanic's Captain.

"Be British": The Last Words of the Titanic's Captain. "They that go down to the sea in a ship, that do business in great waters." -- Psalm CVII. Commander Edward J. Smith, R.N.R. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 69. GGA Image ID # 10fb7468d3

The Late E. J. (Edward James ) Smith, RNR, Captain of the RMS Titanic and Commodore of the White Star Line

The Late E. J. (Edward James ) Smith, RNR, Captain of the RMS Titanic and Commodore of the White Star Line (27 January 1850 – 15 April 1912). The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 69. GGA Image ID # 110a8ff688

The Need for Searchlights on Ocean Racers. Illustration Demonstrate How Powerful Head Lights Could Be Fitted to Liners.

The Need for Searchlights on Ocean Racers. Illustration Demonstrate How Powerful Head Lights Could Be Fitted to Liners. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 70. GGA Image ID # 10fbc386f8

The Aftermath of Sorrow: How the Tragedy Came Home to Many a Householder in Southampton.

The Aftermath of Sorrow: How the Tragedy Came Home to Many a Householder in Southampton. The Scene Outside the White Star Offices at Southampton. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 71. GGA Image ID # 10fbdf883f

The Personal Side of the Titanic Disaster. Notable Passengers

The Personal Side of the Titanic Disaster. Notable Passengers Include Lady Duff-Gordon (Madame Lucile), Mr. Bride, Mr. Murdock, Mr. B. Guggenheim, Mr. J. Wesley Woodward, Mr. Bruce Ismay, Lady Rothes, Mr. Andrews, and Notable Men on the Titanic.

Captain Arthur Henry Rostron, R.N.R. of the Carpathia is Pictured on the Bottom Right. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 72. GGA Image ID # 10fd1f81c7

The Question of Pressure Upon the Sunken Titanic. Diagram Showing the Increase of Pressure as the Depth of the Ocean Increases.

The Question of Pressure Upon the Sunken Titanic. Diagram Showing the Increase of Pressure as the Depth of the Ocean Increases. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 73. GGA Image ID # 10fdab3376

The Question of Vortex: How Far the Action of Suction and Disturbed Water Extends. The Theoretical View of Vortex Action-Diagram Showing Danger Limit According to Generally Accepted Theory. New Objects Are Drawn Down With a Sinking Vessel. New Vortex Action Can Be Easily Studied - a Simple Experiment. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 74. GGA Image ID # 10fde5860c

The Wreck of the Titanic. The Story Told by "Sphere" Diagram in a Special Twelve-Page Supplement.

The Wreck of the Titanic. The Story Told by "Sphere" Diagram in a Special Twelve-Page Supplement. (Bottom) A Last Vision of the Titanic by Night -- an Impression at Cherbourg. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 1 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fe01013a

A Last Vision of the Titanic by Night -- An Impression at Cherbourg.

A Last Vision of the Titanic by Night -- An Impression at Cherbourg. The Titanic after sailing from Southampton put in at Cherbourg to pick up her European passengers. This view gives an excellent impression of the vessel during her one and only visit to the French port on the evening of Wednesday, 10 April 1912. Her hundreds of portholes produce a kind of shimmering glow upon the darkness of the surrounding water. The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 1 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 11085e7c87

How the Inhospitable Ice Flow Encountered the Luxury of the Titanic.
Overcoated Passengers on a Transatlantic Liner Watching the Ice Flow. There were Ice Fields and Ice Flows All Around Us -- A French Cruiser Traversing an Ice Flow Off Newfoundland. The Reading and Writing Room on board the Titanic Now in the Depths of the Atlantic.
The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 2-3 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fe2f9494

The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 3 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fe4170df

The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 4 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fed0d3d1

The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 5 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10ffcf21de

The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 6-7 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10ffda0600

The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 8 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fff777b1

The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 9 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10fffeabda

The Sphere (27 April 1912) p. 10 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 11007ae4db

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 1. GGA Image ID # 1100b85efc

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 89. GGA Image ID # 110123e384

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 90. GGA Image ID # 110125999a

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 100. GGA Image ID # 1101b8f401

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 103. GGA Image ID # 1101df2398

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 104. GGA Image ID # 11020661af

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 105. GGA Image ID # 110224724c

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 106. GGA Image ID # 110231a14c

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 108. GGA Image ID # 1102527a05

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 109. GGA Image ID # 11027abdcb

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 110. GGA Image ID # 11027b35a4

The Sphere (4 May 1912) p. 111. GGA Image ID # 11027e176c

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