Father Browne’s Camera - Titanic Commutator - 4Q 2012
FRONT COVER An impressive view looking up at the bow at Titanic Pigeon Forge.
50 Years of continuous publication
FATHER BROWNE’S CAMERA - A FUZZY PICTURE
By Jack Leslie White
It seemed like it would be so easy. One of the world’s great photographers. The most famous ship in history. Iconic photographs. While much is known about the photographer, how the precious photos came to be taken, little has been written about the camera that captured these cherished and haunting images.
As an amateur photographer in the digital age, I became curious about the equipment used by Father Francis Browne to visually document his famous voyage on the R.M.S. Titanic.
With all that has been written about the photographer and the photographs, I thought that it would be a simple matter to find information about the camera. I was so wrong.
WOMEN’S TITANIC MEMORIAL MYSTERY
By Karen Kamuda
TITANIC LIVES ON
By Lisa McDougald
TITANIC SOMEWHERE IN TIME
By Anuradha Gupta
INCIDENT WITH OLYMPIC'S MUSICIANS
New York Sun, July I4, 1912
PROPOSAL FOR THE TITANIC CENTENNIAL MEMORIAL GARDEN AND WALKWAY
OCEANIC OF 1899
By Earl Mayo
THS’S 50th ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION
OLYMPIC’S CONVERSION TO OIL SAVED MONEY
Shipping, August 10, 1920
TRAINING BRITISH SAILORS FOR THE MERCANTILE MARINE IN TITANIC’S ERA
By R.A. Fletcher
The Titanic Centennial Memorial Unveiling and Weekend Convention thank yous from Don Murphy and Cal Kitson; seeking information on boards carried by Harland & Wolff employees; wants information on a Titanic postcard; a 38 Colt revolver with Cunard White Star Line; questions and comments on Patrick Stenson’s article Titanic Meets Iceberg; Titanic kid gloves? Seeking information about pianos on Titanic; question about a presentation plaque on a chime clock by White Star people to an individual retiring.
RMS Queen Mary by Frank Cooper, Suzanne Cooper, et al. and Nothing Can Separate Us-The Story of Nan Harper by Tracy M. Leininger. Reviews by Tim Trower.
BACK COVER The majesty of the Great Smokies is shown in this
panorama of high peaks as clouds fill the valley below.
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