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Call Number: Federal Documents Y 4.C 73/2:T 53 Item does not circulate.
Publication Date: 1912
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Print: also Y 1.1/3:62-726
Full Title: "Titanic" disaster: hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Sixty-second Congress, second session, pursuant to S. Res. 238, directing the Committee on Commerce to investigate the causes leading to the wreck of th...
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This case was initiated to limit the liability of the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, Ltd., for loss of life and property resulting from the sinking of the Titanic on its maiden voyage. The case file contains court papers, evidence, and claims of survivors and representatives of the deceased."
Library of Congress (LOC) research guide: "The Titanic was designed to be the most luxurious passenger steamship in the world. This guide provides information for researching the topic of the "building the Titanic" in the Chronicling America digital collection of historic newspapers."
Library of Congress (LOC) research guide: "On April 15, 1912, over 1,300 people died in one of the worst maritime disasters in history. This guide provides information on researching the topic of the "sinking of the Titanic" in the Chronicling America digital collection of historic newspapers."
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Great Britain. Court to investigate loss of steamship "Titanic.", Arthur Gough-Calthorpe, and John Charles Bigham Mersey. Shipping Casualties (Loss of the Steamship "Titanic."): Report of a Formal Investigation Into the Circumstances Attending the Foundering On 15th April, 1912, of the British Steamship "Titanic." of Liverpool, After Striking Ice In Or Near Latitude 41⁰ 46' N., Longitude 50⁰ 14' W., North Atlantic Ocean, Whereby Loss of Life Ensued ... London: Pub. by H. M. Stationery off., 1912.