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Lady Duff Gordon was a famous British fashion designer with fashion houses in London, Chicago and New York. Gordon, 48, and her husband were rescued in a ...

As the 100th anniversary of the ship's sinking approaches, we take a look back at the Titanic's notable passengers — and some who gained even more fame ...

Lady Countess Rothes and her cousin boarded lifeboat 8. The Seaman in charge put her to steering the boat which she did for most of the night.

Sadly, William Thomas Stead went down with the Titanic ship. He last seen reading in the first class smoking room.

Benjamin Guggenheim | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

John Jacob Astor IV | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

Isidor Straus | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

John Borland Thayer | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

Dorothy Gibson | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

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Titanic Conspiracy The Ship that Never Sank

Only 306 bodies were found. The dead were taken to Halifax, Nova Scotia

A New Look at Nature's Role in the Titanic's Sinking - The New York Times

Famous Passengers Booked for the Ship's Next Voyage The Titanic's return trip to England was scheduled

Food Facts and Figures from RMS Titanic

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Full List | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

Miles Morgan has organized the Titanic Memorial Cruise, which leaves Southampton, U.K., on April 8 and will allow passengers to trace the Titanic's intended ...

Ms Balmoral To Recreate Titanic's Voyage 100 Years After The Sinking

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Painting of a ship sinking by the bow, with people rowing a lifeboat in the

Cosmo Duff Gordon

Joseph Bruce Ismay

When did the Titanic sink? How many people died? | History | News | Express.co.uk

A visitor views a model of the passenger liner Titanic at a tour exhibition of Titanicartifacts in Shanghai, east China, Jan. 7, 2013. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

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The Titanic lifeboat recovered by crewmembers from RMS Oceanic (Henry Aldridge & ...

... there were several mysterious accounts from passengers who claimed they had premonitions and “evil forebodings” prior to boarding Titanic.

Newlyweds Mary Beth Crocker Dearing and Tom Dearing of Newport, Kentucky pose in period costume

John Jacob Astor IV in three years before he went down with the RMS Titanic. He was the wealthiest person aboard the Titanic.

Composer honours Titanic musician. Bbc News · Titanic · Famous People · Celebrities

Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff Gordon, was in one of the last lifeboats lowered from the Titanic. "Everyone seemed to be rushing for that boat," she recalled.

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According to author Eli Moskowitz, fewer than 40 of the 75 Jews aboard the Titanic

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Why we can't let go of the Titanic.

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Titanic Sinks!: Experience the Titanic's Doomed Voyage in this Unique Presentation of Fact andFi

The Titanic's captain was Edward J. Smith, pictured here. The maiden voyage of the Titanic was supposed to be his last voyage before retiring.

April, 1912. The White Star liner "Titanic" leaving Queenstown harbour before

Died together on Titanic. Ida had the opportunity to get off of the boat and re… | A more enlightened time... | Pinte…

John Jacob Astor IV

The Titanic's last lifeboat pictured which still contained rotting bodies when it was found | Daily Mail Online

J. Bruce Ismay

Slide 4 of 34: The immigrant trade was big business for shipping companies. Titanic's

The sinking of the world's most famous ship on April 15, 1912 generated waves of Titanic mania. (Robert G. Lloyd, Marine Artist, England 2011, ...

Life Aboard the RMS Titanic: The Maiden Voyage Before the Sinking of the World's Most Famous Ship: Charles River Editors: 9781983545641: Amazon.com: Books

First Class Homes of the Titanic's First Class Passengers Part 2: Washingtonians, Philadelphians and

Gilded Lives, Fatal Voyage: The Titanic's First-Class Passengers and Their World by Hugh Brewster

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10) The Band (Brailey, Bricoux, Hartley, Hume, Krins, Taylor and Woodward)

2) Margaret Brown (The Unsinkable Molly Brown)

Made famous for his travel lectures, Lincoln Wirt reportedly cancelled his passage on the Lusitania in order to take another ship.

Slide 2 of 34: Several factors led to the tragedy: the claim that the

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First class passengers on the doomed Titanic's maiden voyage enjoyed an 11-course evening dinner. Steerage passengers had just three courses served at ...

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In the film Titanic, the ship's orchestra plays as the ship is sinking. This isn't creative license, the orchestra really did play as the Titanic was ...

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Discovery: A lifeboat from the passing liner, bottom right, is cast off to

The Titanic left Queenstown harbor and sank while en route to the United States.

On May 7, 1915, the Lusitania was torpedoed by a German submarine off the coast of Ireland and nearly 1,200 lives were lost. (Library of Congress via ...

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He was not able to retrieve any of his personal belongings and had trouble getting to the lifeboats, as he was a third-class passenger.

Iconic: A 15-year-old Elliot Brown took this picture of the Titanic

From the heroic to the tragic, these stories of Titanic survivors are still haunting more than a century after the ship's sinking.

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Millvina Dean, the last living survivor of the Titanic disaster, with a painting of the vessel. Photograph: John Stillwell/AP

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Author Theodore Dreiser was also supposed to be onboard the Titanic. After its sinking, he wrote, “To think of a ship as immense as the Titanic, ...

As the 100th anniversary of the ship's sinking approaches, we take a look back at the Titanic's notable passengers — and some who gained even more fame ...

Lady Duff Gordon was a famous British fashion designer with fashion houses in London, Chicago and New York. Gordon, 48, and her husband were rescued in a ...

Lady Countess Rothes and her cousin boarded lifeboat 8. The Seaman in charge put her to steering the boat which she did for most of the night.

Sadly, William Thomas Stead went down with the Titanic ship. He last seen reading in the first class smoking room.

Benjamin Guggenheim | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

John Jacob Astor IV | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

Isidor Straus | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

Dorothy Gibson | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

John Borland Thayer | Famous Passengers Aboard the Titanic's Doomed Voyage | TIME.com

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Titanic Conspiracy The Ship that Never Sank

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Only 306 bodies were found. The dead were taken to Halifax, Nova Scotia

Famous Passengers Booked for the Ship's Next Voyage The Titanic's return trip to England was scheduled

A New Look at Nature's Role in the Titanic's Sinking - The New York Times

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Miles Morgan has organized the Titanic Memorial Cruise, which leaves Southampton, U.K., on April 8 and will allow passengers to trace the Titanic's intended ...

Ms Balmoral To Recreate Titanic's Voyage 100 Years After The Sinking

Leonardo DiCaprio, left, and Kate Winslet appear in

The Titanic left Queenstown harbor and sank while en route to the United States.

Painting of a ship sinking by the bow, with people rowing a lifeboat in the

Cosmo Duff Gordon

Joseph Bruce Ismay

When did the Titanic sink? How many people died? | History | News | Express.co.uk

Titanic's Wealthiest Passengers

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A visitor views a model of the passenger liner Titanic at a tour exhibition of Titanicartifacts in Shanghai, east China, Jan. 7, 2013. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

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According to author Eli Moskowitz, fewer than 40 of the 75 Jews aboard the Titanic

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Gilded Lives, Fatal Voyage: The Titanic's First-Class Passengers and Their World by Hugh Brewster

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The Titanic lifeboat recovered by crewmembers from RMS Oceanic (Henry Aldridge & ...

Famous mystery writer Jacques Futrelle perished and his wife May survived. Read more at:

April, 1912. The White Star liner "Titanic" leaving Queenstown harbour before

The Titanic's captain was Edward J. Smith, pictured here. The maiden voyage of the Titanic was supposed to be his last voyage before retiring.

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Ida and Isidor Straus, owners of Macys. Died together on Titanic. Ida had the opportunity to get off of the boat and refused to leave without her husband.

The Titanic's tragic maiden voyage took place 100 years ago this month. Many of the doomed ship's passengers had ties to the Garden State.

The richest passenger aboard the Titanic on its maiden voyage was John Jacob Astor IV. Astor was worth an estimated $85 million, about two billion in modern ...

John Jacob Astor IV

J. Bruce Ismay

First Class Homes of the Titanic's First Class Passengers Part 2: Washingtonians, Philadelphians and

Titanic Sinks! by Barry Denenberg. Titanic Sinks!: Experience the Titanic's Doomed Voyage ...

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The Titanic's last lifeboat pictured which still contained rotting bodies when it was found | Daily Mail Online

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Titanic: The Facts Told By Real Survivors | British Pathé

Slide 4 of 34: The immigrant trade was big business for shipping companies. Titanic's

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Google's stock sank after its latest earnings, and Wall Street is blaming it on Alphabet's

John B. Thayer

First class passengers on the doomed Titanic's maiden voyage enjoyed an 11-course evening dinner. Steerage passengers had just three courses served at ...

Edward J. Smith

10) The Band (Brailey, Bricoux, Hartley, Hume, Krins, Taylor and Woodward)

This photo of Katie Gilnagh (seated) and her sister Mary Boshell was taken after Gilnagh survived the sinking of the Titanic. Katie's mother in Ireland ...

From the heroic to the tragic, these stories of Titanic survivors are still haunting more than a century after the ship's sinking.

JP Morgan and other prominent figures cancelled at the last minute

Slide 2 of 34: Several factors led to the tragedy: the claim that the

Iconic: A 15-year-old Elliot Brown took this picture of the Titanic

Frederick Fleet

A four-year-old trucking startup achieved a major victory in fixing one of

Titanic Sinks!: Experience the Titanic's Doomed Voyage in this Unique Presentation of Fact and Fiction by Barry Denenberg

The front page of The New York Times April 15, 1912 edition details the sinking of the RMS Titanic at the opening of the "Titanic at 100: Myth and Memory" ...

The Lusitania, which sank 103 years ago off the coast of Ireland, was every

Discovery: A lifeboat from the passing liner, bottom right, is cast off to

Curse of the Titanic: What happened to those who survived? | The Independent

In Weak Rivets, a Possible Key to Titanic's Doom

Gilded Lives, Fatal Voyage: The Titanic's First-Class Passengers and Their World: Hugh Brewster: 9781849541794: Books - Amazon.ca

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In Titanic's Fatal Fire, which premieres on April 15

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"Some of the Titanic's notable passengers." (The Daily Graphic, April 20, 1912)

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Newlyweds Mary Beth Crocker Dearing and Tom Dearing of Newport, Kentucky.

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(Image Source: Wikipedia). From the Encyclopaedia Britannica: Titanic's passengers ...

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The story of Titanic, those who died aboard her and those who survived have always held sway over the imaginations of historians both professional and ...

This is a very rare shot of Olympic and Titanic together