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"The Norway" was recommissioned and I was on the Inaugural. The old oceanliner "SS France" in May

White Star Line S.S. Homeric Tourist 3rd cabin menu...1927.

White Star Line S.S. Homeric Tourist 3rd cabin menu...1927.

White Star Line.  R.M.S. Oceanic Postcard.  Circa 1900's.  R.M.S. Oceanic was launched at Harland and Wolff (Belfast, Ireland) on January 14, 1899.  R.M.S. Oceanic was involved in the near collision with the Titanic after the S.S. New York broke free from its moorings at the dock in Southampton, England on April 10, 1912.  R.M.S. Oceanic entered Royal Naval service on August 8, 1914 and was an armed merchant cruiser (WW1).  H.M.S. Oceanic was wrecked off of Foula, Shetland on September 8…

White Star Line. R.M.S. Oceanic Postcard. Circa 1900's. R.M.S. Oceanic was launched at Harland and Wolff (Belfast, Ireland) on January 14, 1899. R.M.S. Oceanic was involved in the near collision with the Titanic after the S.S. New York broke free from its moorings at the dock in Southampton, England on April 10, 1912. R.M.S. Oceanic entered Royal Naval service on August 8, 1914 and was an armed merchant cruiser (WW1). H.M.S. Oceanic was wrecked off of Foula, Shetland on September 8…

White Star Line S.S. Republic second class menu.

White Star Line S. Republic second class menu.

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Above are some examples of early nineteenth-century invitations found in the AAS collections, each addressed to the recipient. Note the quote on the Pleasure Ball invitation

White Star Line. R.M.S. Adriatic (II) First Class menu card.  Menu card has the date of July 3, 1911.  I am not sure if the menu was for lunch and I am not sure if the menu was for dinner. The menu is not a breakfast menu.  R.M.S. Adriatic (II) was launched on September 20, 1906 at Harland and Wolff (Belfast, Ireland).  R.M.S. Adriatic served as a troopship during World War 1.  R.M.S. Adriatic was scrapped in Japan in 1935.  R.M.S. Adriatic was one of the "Big Four".

White Star Line. R.M.S. Adriatic (II) First Class menu card. Menu card has the date of July 3, 1911. I am not sure if the menu was for lunch and I am not sure if the menu was for dinner. The menu is not a breakfast menu. R.M.S. Adriatic (II) was launched on September 20, 1906 at Harland and Wolff (Belfast, Ireland). R.M.S. Adriatic served as a troopship during World War 1. R.M.S. Adriatic was scrapped in Japan in 1935. R.M.S. Adriatic was one of the "Big Four".

The Titanic's flawed designed was not due to the steel or the rivets, but the expansion joint, which ended in a narrow point rather than a bulbous shape. This was proven to be noticed by the designers, although not spoken of, because later observations (made by divers at the wreck site) of sister-ship Britannic's expanision joint revealed that it was made with a bulbous end, like that of a thermometor or lightbulb.

RMS Titanic: As high as an eleven story building and nearly four city blocks long, the Titanic was one of the largest and most magnificent ships in the world (photographed April (Photo Credit: Bettmann/CORBIS)

This is a 2nd Class dining ticket from the cruise ship Majestic. A sister ship to the Titanic in the White Star Line. Notice whats on the menu for the night. http://www.maxonking.8m.com

This is a 2nd Class dining ticket from the cruise ship Majestic. A sister ship to the Titanic in the White Star Line. Notice whats on the menu for the night. http://www.maxonking.8m.com

Dinner Menu, White Star Line R.M.S. Albertic

Dinner Menu from the R. Albertic of the White Star Line featured painting of the Santa Maria, flagship of Columbus. Dinner selections included Potage Bayonne, Halibut, Calves Feet and Lamb.

The Loss of the S.S. Titanic: Its Story and Its Lessons

A first-person survivor's account of the sinking of this great ship chronicles the fateful maiden voyage of Titanic with often searing detail.

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