This is one of the last photos taken of the "Titanic".
The above is a document sent to Father Brown from the White Star Line asking him to please refrain from talking about the tragedy during his lectures. Father Brown was a survivor of this dreadful journey and the White Star Lines was doing everything they could to hush all negative talk about the way things were handled.
This was another document sent to Father Brown welcoming him as a passenger on White Star Line's newest ship, the Titanic. They had enclosed his passes.
When my husband and I took a New England Cruise one of the ports we stopped in was Halifax, Nova Scotia, the final resting place for many of the passengers who drowned. There were several unmarked graves as many of the passengers had not been identified.
On that same tour we stopped at the "Titanic Maritime Museum" and took this photo of me lounging in a reproduction of the chairs used on the ship.
Ralph and I took a tour of the Titanic Museum in Orlando and snapped this picture of a reproduction of the now famous stairway. The gown in the back gives you some idea as to how large it is. It was designed with great attention to detail.