Oscar Scott Woody’s set of post room keys, The largest key was probably for the registered mail bags aboard Titanic; the smaller keys were likely for desks or cabinets in the post office room. These postal keys and chain were recovered from Woody’s body.
Ella Holmes White of New York brought four roosters and hens, which were probably kept in or near the F Deck dog kennels. She had imported them from France with the intention of improving her poultry stock at home.Mrs White remained in her cabin for the entire voyage and only left it when roused by the collision which she described as if the ship had run over a thousand marbles.She later testified before the American Inquiry that the Titanic had broken in two before sinking.
A heavy brass wall telephone, artifact from Titanic. Telephones like this were used to connect the crow's nest, engine room and stern docking bridge with the forward bridge on the Titanic. White Star Line
Vases of fresh flowers were often found in public and private rooms on Titanic. This hourglass shaped vase with a ruffled flute rim was used in the first-class rooms. The White Star Line logo is visible on the body near the base of the vase.
Ruth Becker Ruth was 12 years old when she boarded the R.S Titanic in second class with her little brother, Richard who was sick at the time and her sister Marion as well as her mother and father from India on a mission trip.
When the Titanic sank, William Rowe Richards was aged 3 years. He boarded the Titanic as a Class passenger at Southampton on Wednesday April William Rowe Richards survived the sinking and was picked up by the Carpathia.