April 1965 Volume I, No VIII – Memorial Issue – Titanic Memorials Around the World, Pt. 1
Contents in this Issue
The journal was the first to chronicle Titanic memorials and plaques erected world-wide in tribute to those who perished–details and photographs: Women’s Titanic Memorial, Washington DC; Engineer’s Memorial, Southampton; Crew Memorial, Southampton; Jack Phillips, Godalming; Branshaw plaque; Murdoch, Dalbeattie; Widener Library, Cambridge, (Mass); John Hume, Dumphries; Halifax graves; Olympic room, White Swan Hotel, Alnwick; Titanic Lighthouse, New York; Musician plaque, Symphony Hall, Boston; Butt and Millett Fountain, Washinton DC; Capt Smith, Lichfield; Musicians plaque, Liverpool Philaharmonic Hall; Straus memorial Fountain, new York; Titanic memorial Liverpool and Belfast City Hall; Lightoller incident in Sydney Harbour.
Occupants in Titanic Cabins by John Eaton.
In Memory of RMS Titanic, a poem by Irene Wilton.
Passengers and their cabin numbers — their location on Titanic by Jack Eaton.
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