Father Browne's Titanic Album: A Passenger's Photographs and Personal Memoir - 0863275982
Book Description: In 1985 a cache of 42,000 photographs - among them, remarkable mementoes and images of the Titanic's ill fated voyage - were uncovered in a Dublin basement. All the product of a single photographer, Francis ("Father") Browne.
These important photographs contain the sole visual chronicle of the Titanic's passage from Southampton to Ireland (where Father Browne fortuitously disembarked). The book depicts many aspects of the ship - including rare interior shots including those of the crew and some of the passengers.
Publisher: Wolfhound Press (IE)
Published: 1998 120 pages
Supplemental Information: Topics covered include the Period Before Sailing, At Sea on the Titanic, and the Titanic at Queenstown. The book also contains a number of additional photographs. Foreword by Robert D. Ballard. A remarkable record in pictures and words of the Titanic's tragic maiden voyage by Frank Browne whose pictures of the liner and her passengers appeared in the world's front-page reports of the tragedy in 1912.
Library of Congress Catalog Listing
|LC control no.:||98131994|
|Type of material:||Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)|
|Personal name:||O’Donnell, E. E. (Edward Eugene), 1940-|
|Main title:||Father Browne’s Titanic album : a passenger’s photographs and personal memoir / E.E. O’Donnell SJ; foreword by Robert D. Ballard.|
|Portion of title:||Titanic album|
|Published/Created:||Dublin : Wolfhound Press, 1998.|
|Related names:||Browne, Frank, 1880-1960.|
|Description:||120 p. : ill.; 30 cm.|
|Subjects:||Browne, Frank, 1880-1960.|
|Titanic (Steamship) --Pictorial works.|
|LC classification:||G530.T6 O35 1998|
|Dewey class no.:||910/.91634|