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Source: Lloyd's Weekly News, May 26, 1912, Page 16


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Post by Karen on Tue 15 May 2012 - 9:38

A "Titanic" Echo.

A pathetic echo of the Titanic disaster will be heard in New York shortly, when a play written by Jacques Futrelle, who was among the victims of that tragedy of the ocean, will be produced.
He had, on the homeward-bound voyage on the ill-fated vessel, been working on his comedy, giving it the finishing touches. The manuscript, completed, was one of the few things Mrs. Futrelle, his wife, was able to save from the sinking vessel.
Futrelle's last work, and one on which he and his wife had built high hopes of success, was counted the one thing to be saved above all others. So when Mrs. Futrelle was preparing to get into one of the life-boats, the manuscript of the play was safely tucked away in a little hand satchel.
Although it was not thought at first that the Titanic was actually sinking, and it was confidently believed that the boats and their passengers would soon return to the vessel, this precaution was taken against any possible chance of loss.
The name of the comedy is "Lieutenant What's His Name." It is said to be a clever portrayal of certain New York types, and of New York society life. Certain well-known society people, it is said, will be depicted in the cast, as well as officers high in army circles.

Source: Penny Illustrated Paper

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Post by Karen on Wed 16 May 2012 - 11:06

To view a plethora of documents, photographs, log books, diaries, and portraits covering the Titanic disaster, please click on the following links:

http://gov.ns.ca/nsarm/virtual/Titanic/magazines.asp?ID=1

http://www.mun.ca/mha/titanic/titanic.php

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