A tribute to the Sinking of the Titanic - Newspaper Article - 1912
On April 20 1912 London's THE DAILY MIRROR issued this tribute to "Some of the many heroes of the terrible Titanic Disaster whose indomitable courage in the presence of death was the one consoling feature of the most awful shipwreck which has ever occurred in the history of navigation". It features rich and poor, husbands and wives, crew and passengers from both sides of the Atlantic. Five days after the tragedy the statistics were being posed on the Southampton White Star offices : of the 903 Crew predominantly local crew only 210 survived. "1635 perished, among them being people of wealth and prominance"
Here is a tribute featuring Capt E.J Smith, Mr Bride and Mr Phillips both tireless operators, Mr Jacques Futrelle a well known novelist, American Millionaires Mr. Isidor Straus and wife, Col. J.J. Astor, among others
Limited Archival Edition Giclee to 100 in honour of the centenial remembrance.
Size of image 58 cm x 37cm