The Last Days of the Titanic
A never-before-seen photographic journey from a passenger on board the ill-fated ship, who exited the ship in Ireland, documents the liner's illustrious send-off, the crew and passengers, the interior of the
In the same year (1985) that the wreck of the Titanic was found in the North Atlantic, a cache of photographs, including images of the Titanic's voyage, was uncovered in a Dublin basement by Irish Jesuit archivist O'Donnell. All the product of a single photographer, Francis ("Father") Browne, this collection contains the sole visual chronicle of the Titanic's passage from Southampton to Ireland (where Browne disembarked), and then to its doom at the bottom of the Atlantic. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Offers photographs from a passenger on board the ill-fated ship, who exited the ship in Ireland, which document the liner's send-off, the crew and the passengers, the interior of the ship, and the last portrait of Captain Smith
photographs and mementos of the tragic maiden voyage
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A collection of photos, unique mementos (such as brochures, menus, and floor plans) and first person accounts from Francis Browne, who got a ticket for the first couple days' voyage.
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