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Company correspondence in the aftermath of the sinking, 1912

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MS. Marconi 256

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Comprises:
  1. Telegrams to and from the American company and North American shore stations about attempts to obtain news of the disaster.
  2. Correspondence with the Newfoundland Governor and the Canadian company about the Governor's inability to obtain news from the Cape Race Station.
  3. Correspondence about the Birma operator being a nuisance during the Titanic. emergency.
  4. Correspondence and papers concerning Harold Bride and Jack Phillips, the Titanic. s radio operators.
  5. Correspondence with the General Post Office about its investigations into the event.

Dates

  • 1912

Extent

1 box

Language of Materials

  • English

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Shelfmark

MS. Marconi 256

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