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Traveling with the White Star Line, in 1911.

Looking back a year before Titanic, while under construction in the Harland and Wolff yards up in Belfast. My wife's family can make claim to part of Titanic's greater legacy, the White Star Line. Irving Davis, a clarientist with John Philip Sousa's Band traveled 2nd Class on the steamer S.S. Baltic in late December 1910.

 Below are some of the other White Star Line ships, the Baltic encounted on it's 1910/11 Atlanic crossing.

S.S. Balitc, White Star Line Postcard, The Irving Davis Collection

S.S Baltic docked at Manhattan's West Side. 1905


R.M.S. Oceanic, Exchanged signal rockets, Dec 26th 1910

Steamer R.M.S. Cedric, Received Marconi Wireless transmissions, Dec. 27th 1910


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