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Titanic Disaster, Collection of Newspapers, Books, and More

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Estimate: n. a.
Price realised:  US$1,020
Lot number 233, Views: 111

Lot of 36, including the following: The Illustrated London News. May 4, 1912. Features authentic pictures of the Titanic disaster. 52pp; The Sphere, Volume XLIX No. 640. April 27, 1912, with the 12pp Titanic Supplement. 52pp; The World, Vol. LII No. 18,504. New York, Friday, April 19, 1912. 12pp; New York American, No. 10,502. New York, Friday, April 19, 1912. 16pp; The New York Times, Vol. LXI No. 19,808. New York, Thursday, April 18, 1912. 10pp; The New York Times, Part Six--Special Section on the Titanic Disaster. Sunday, April 28, 1912. 8pp; The New York Times, Vol. LXI No. 19,809. New York, Friday, April 19, 1912. 24pp; The New York Herald, No. 27,633. New York, Friday, April 19, 1912. 12pp; New York Journal, No. 10,250. New York, Friday, April 19, 1912. 12pp; The Sun, Vol. LXXIX No. 232. New York, Friday, April 19, 1912. 20pp; The Globe Titanic Extra, Volume 115 No. 170. New York, Friday, April 19, 1912. 8pp; The Evening Sun, Vol. XXVI No. 29. New York, Friday, April 19, 1912. 16pp; The Globe, Home Edition with Late Afternoon News, Vol. 115 No. 169. New York, Thursday, April 18, 1912. 4pp; The World, Evening Addition, Final Edition, Extra No. 3. New York, Thursday, April 18, 1912. 4pp; The New York Times, Picture Section, Part I, Sunday, April 28, 1912. 4pp; The Evening Journal, Editorial Page. New York, April 12, 1913. 2pp; The Evening Sun. Monday, April 14, 1913. 2pp; The Sphere, Vol. XLIX No. 641. London, May 4, 1912. 28pp; Leslie Weekly, No. 2651. June 28, 1906. 22pp; The Evening Sun, Vol. XXVI No. 250. New York, Monday, January 6, 1913. 14pp; The Evening Sun, Vol. XXVI No. 28. New York, Thursday, April 18, 1912. 4pp; The Evening Mail, Final Edition Wall Street Complete, No. 93. New York, Thursday, April 18, 1912. 2pp; The New York Herald. New Jersey Edition, Third Section, 16 p. Part 1. New York, Sunday, April 21, 1912. 8pp; 10 newspaper clippings concerning the Titanic. Books include: Archibald, Gracie. Colonel. The Truth About the Titanic. Red cloth cover, gold lettering. New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1913. 330pp. Mowbray, Jay Henry. Ph.D, LL.D. Sinking of the Titanic: Thrilling Stories Told by Survivors, Memorial Edition. Blue cloth cover with an photograph of the Titanic and gold lettering. Harrisburg, PA: Minter Company, 1912. 287pp. Marshall, Logan. The Sinking of the Titanic & Great Sea Disasters: Thrilling Stories of Survivors with Photographs and Sketches. Illustrated cloth cover with a picture of the Titanic surrounded by decorative black and red lettering. L. T. Myers, 1912. 350pp. RMS Carpathia Passengers Augusta and Louis M. Ogden, Exceptional Collection of Photographs, Medals, Correspondence and More Related to the Titanic Rescue Lots 229-234 Like many enormously wealthy men, he traveled the world to exhilarating and exotic locations. In 1901, he and his wife Augusta visited Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Uruguay and the Argentine Republic. He then went on an expedition along the eastern slope of the Andes into Bolivia, travelling 500 miles by mule. He spent considerable time among the Indians, such as the Matacos, Chiriquanos, and Tobas, on the western edge of the "Gran Chaco." In 1904, Ogden made two visits to Cuba. In 1911, Ogden bought a new camera for his next world tour through Algiers, the Sahara, Spain, Italy, Argentina, Gibraltar, Switzerland, Greece, and Austria. In the middle of his excursion, a surprising and unplanned event occurred—a rescue! On a clear, April morning in 1912, aboard the RMS Carpathia, Ogden rushed to his quarters to retrieve his new camera. On the horizon, several lifeboats appeared carrying Titanic survivors. Ogden photographed the oncoming emergency boats No. 1, 6, and 14, and listed the names of several lifeboat passengers in his photograph album (Lot 229), which included: The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Quartermaster Robert Hichens, and 5th Officer Harold Lowe. As the Carpathia traveled to the site of the wreck, Ogden expected to see scores of bodies; however, only a sea of cor

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Auction house: Cowan's Auctions, Inc.
Title: American History: Live Salesroom Auction
Date of the auction: 9 Jun 2016
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