Conclusion of Mrs. Brown’s Titanic Story

2012-04-16T17:24:30+00:00

End of Statement of the Great Disaster Thursday, May 30th, 1912- The Gravity of the situation was there and then relieved, if the expression on faces was any criterion. The tense mental anxiety was perceptibly mitigated. A large number of the passengers living out of New York, were momentarily embarrassed for funds, and only needed [...]

Conclusion of Mrs. Brown’s Titanic Story 2012-04-16T17:24:30+00:00

Mrs. Brown’s Titanic Story, Part 2

2012-04-12T19:22:31+00:00

Margaret Brown's Titanic Story: Part Two The Rescue by the Carpathia and Other Incidents Wednesday, May 29th, 1912-   It was fully lighted, but not one moving object was visible. Suddenly a rift in the water, the sea opened up and the surface foamed like giant arms spread around the ship, and the vessel disappeared from [...]

Mrs. Brown’s Titanic Story, Part 2 2012-04-12T19:22:31+00:00

Margaret Brown’s Titanic Experience in her Own Words

2012-04-03T16:50:13+00:00

 The Sailing of the Ill Fated Steamship May 28, 1912 -  Mrs. James J. Brown of Denver, well known as a summer resident of Newport, has written for the Herald a comprehensive story of the first and last voyage of the steamer Titanic on which she was a passenger.  As Mrs. Brown is a keen [...]

Margaret Brown’s Titanic Experience in her Own Words 2012-04-03T16:50:13+00:00