The Carpathia arrives to pick up survivors in lifeboats from the Titanic. Original Publication: The Graphic - pub. 1912.
Survivors of the 'Titanic' disaster in a crowded lifeboat.
Newspaper boy Ned Parfett sells copies of the Evening News, telling of the Titanic maritime disaster, outside the White Star Line offices in London. Six years later, Parfett was killed during a German bombardment whilst serving in France, just days before the end of World War I.
A crowd in Devon gathers around a survivor of the Titanic disaster to listen to his account of the sinking. Survivors became minor celebrities for a time and were often targeted by autograph hunters.
Survivors of the Titanic disaster on board a tug, arriving at Plymouth.
Crowds wait at Plymouth dock for the arrival of the Lapland, which was carrying survivors of the Titanic disaster.
Callers at the offices of the White Star shipping line, making enquiries about the welfare of friends or relatives after the sinking of the Titanic.
Relatives wait on a railway platform as survivors of the Titanic arrive at Southampton.
Relatives wait as 167 surviving crew members of the Titanic land at Plymouth after being taken ashore from the SS Lapland on board the paddle steamer Duchess of York.
Mr J Hanson (seated right), district secretary of the National Sailors and Firemen's Union, awarding shipwreck pay to the survivors of the Titanic ship disaster.
The crew of the Titanic waiting near one of the lions at Portsmouth Town Hall for the court to open.
Stewards who survived the Titanic shipwreck line up outside a first class waiting room, before being called in for questioning by the board of enquiry.
Stewards in a dining room wait to attend the inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic.
Lord Mersey, who presided over the inquiry into the Titanic disaster, and his son.
Illustrations and photographs of the Titanic and its passengers and crew. The Graphic - pub. 1912.