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The Titanic man, Carlos F. Hurd

Vera Gillespie

The Titanic man, Carlos F. Hurd

covering the most famous of all shipwrecks, S.S. Titanic

by Vera Gillespie

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Published by V. & J. Gillespie in Grover, MO .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Atlantic Ocean.
    • Subjects:
    • Titanic (Steamship),
    • Shipwrecks -- North Atlantic Ocean.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesTitanic man, How the world first received the complete stories of the Titanic disaster
      Statementby Vera & John Gillespie.
      ContributionsGillespie, John., Hurd, Carlos F.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG530.T6 G57 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 98 p. :
      Number of Pages98
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL774397M
      ISBN 100964947412
      LC Control Number97174728
      OCLC/WorldCa37713268

      However, one of his original passengers, Carlos F. Hurd, was a veteran journalist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and over the course of the past four days he had spoken to many survivors Author: Monkey Fist. The answers to these questions, and many more, are in this new book by the world's foremost Titanic authorities, John P. Eaton and Charles A. Haas. Based on research conducted on three continents and containing over illustrations, many never published before, this splendid volume covers more than important dates in the Titanic story 3/5(1).

      ST. LOUIS, MO. Ap - St. Louis Mayor Francis G. Slay has declared May 3, to be "ULYSSES S. GRANT DAY" in the City of St. Proclamation is an acknowledgment that St. Louis played a key role in Grant's life and the development of his character, as St. Louis was home to Grant and his family during many of the General's formative years, and during the time he occupied . Introduced by Dr. Robert D. Ballard the man who discovered the Titanic wreck in , the titanic book is laced with great information and specialized Titanic art by Ken Marschall to help dramatize the event. Great information, photos, and brilliant paintings make this a must read for Titanic book collectors. Titanic: The Last Great Images.

        When Titanic sank in , P-D reporter Carlos Hurd landed the story of a lifetime St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Carlos F. Hurd and his wife, Katherine, left New York harbor on. First published in , revised and expanded in , this book has been called "the definitive history" of the Titanic. Continuing interest in the ill-fated vessel has been heightened in recent years by the dramatic events including the discovery of the wreck, new speculation on the Californian's failure to rescue the Titanic, and the recovery of artifacts from the disaster by:


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The Titanic man, Carlos F. Hurd by Vera Gillespie Download PDF EPUB FB2

Carlos Hurd was an important newspaperman from Kansas City who was taking a well-earned vacation with a voyage to the Mediterranean on the SS Carpathia in early April Needless to say when he got word the Cunarder was racing to a disaster scene to pick up survivors, his journalistic instincts took over and he was determined to get the story.

The "Titanic Man" Carlos F. Hurd Hardcover – June 6, by Vera Gillespie (Author), John Gillespie (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Vera Gillespie, John Gillespie.

However, one of his original passengers, Carlos F. Hurd, was a veteran journalist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and over the course of the past four days he had spoken to many survivors. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes articles by Carlos F. Hurd (p. Description: vii, 98 pages: illustrations ; 22 cm.

FILE PHOTO (s) - Carlos F. Hurd, St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter, had the "scoop of the century." After the TITANIC disaster, the Post-Dispatch sponsored a fund drive for destitute survivors. Carlos and Katherine Hurd of St. Louis Carlos F. Hurd book bound for Europe on a vacation. Killing time in New York.

Carlos Hurd, a reporter at the Post-Dispatch, dropped by the newsroom. Marshello, A.F.J.: USA, softcover pages. questions and answers about the Titanic ISBN In good condition The Titanic Man, Carlos F. Hurd Bestel. Carlos and Katherine Hurd of St.

Louis were bound for Europe on a vacation. Killing time in New York, Carlos Hurd, a reporter at the Post-Dispatch, dropped by the newsroom. The Titanic Historical Society’s Titanic Museum Store accepts VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit cards.

Online purchases require a $20 minimum (not including postage)due to bank fees to process credit cards. Postage listed on your purchase is an estimate (mainland U.S. rates). “Titanic, First Accounts” edited by Tim Maltin, published by Penguin Books. Category – History/Ships This year is the th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.

There have been many books written, fiction and non-fiction, concerning this event but few will have the authenticity of this one.4/5. Unbeknown to the New York Times, Carlos F. Hurd, a thirty-six-year-old reporter from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, owned by Ralph Pulitzer, had been with his wife, Katherine, on the Carpathia as a paying passenger headed for the Mediterranean when it had diverted to pick up the Titanic survivors.

“The heroism on the ill-fated Titanic shows conclusively that we have not degenerated since the days of Nelson.

It was the same old British puck which in the past often carried the Union Jack to victory.” Henry Van Dyke, professor of English literature at Princeton, believed that the very procedure of putting women and children first was an instinctive application of a Christian principle.

He had a reporter on board, sort of — Carlos F. Hurd, a passenger, was on vacation from his job as a reporter for The St. Louis Post-Dispatch (which, like The Evening World, was owned by the. But he did not expect to have to wait for the Carpathia to come in.

He had a reporter on board, sort of — Carlos F. Hurd, a passenger, was on vacation from his job as a reporter for The St. Louis Post-Dispatch (which, like The Evening World, was owned by the Pulitzer family).

In addition to the Titanic book, Turner has written an extraordinarily good book on Johnny the evening of April 18th in the New York Evening World Carlos F. Hurd wrote the first article. Unbeknown to the New York Times, Carlos F.

Hurd, a thirty-six-year-old reporter from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, owned by Ralph Pulitzer, had been with his wife, Katherine, on the Carpathia as a paying passenger headed for the Mediterranean when it had diverted to pick up the Titanic survivors/5(37).

While researching the Hurd family for a new book on Union City history, I found another fascinating story with a connection to the Titanic.

The Hurd family has deep roots in Union City. Many of the Hurd's are buried here that were doctors of notoriety and success. Rev. Fayette Hurd, son of Homer Carlos Hurd, is buried in the Riverside cemetery. - The front page of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch of July 3,with a photograph of blacks fleeing East St.

Louis and an article by reporter Carlos F. Hurd describing the carnage. His lead sentence is: "For an hour and a half last evening, I saw the massacre of helpless negroes at Broadway and Fourth Street, in downtown East St.

Louis, where a black skin was a death warrant.". 1. Genre- Non-Fiction 2. Awards- None 3. Grade Level- 4. This is a great book to use when discussing the Titanic.

The book explains how the Titanic was built, how things ran while on board, and what happened when it sank, with extra tidbits throughout of survivors' tales and remnants later discovered after the wreck/5. TITANIC TIDBITS TWO, "THE BRIDGE PAID NO ATTENTION TO MY SIGNALS".

(Paper available by George Behe though THS) Blank, Joseph P. LAST CRUISE OF THE PRINSENDAM. Reader's Digest, Pleasantville, NY. Nov. Bride, Harold, THIRLLING TALE BE TITANIC'S SURVIVING WIRELESS MAN, New York Times, Ap Davis, Chris.

TITANIC LOST AND FOUND. Value of book about titanic memorial edition some pages loose - Answered by a verified Antique Expert We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. By continuing to use this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device as described in our cookie policy unless you have disabled them.

Quartermaster Robert Hitchens later recounted his experience to Journalist Carlos F. Hurd, onboard the Carpathia. He was intending to present his evidence at any subsequent marine inquiry into the sinking of Titanic.

Hitchens told Hurd: “I went on watch at eight O’clock Sunday night and stood by the man at the wheel until : Bruce Alpine, Alpine, Bruce.May 9, - Explore newfit's board "Titanic Unit" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Titanic, Titanic history and Rms titanic pins.