The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Margaret "Molly" Brown, Titanic survivor, Born: July 1867 Birthplace: Hannibal, Missouri Died: October 1932 Barbizon Hotel, New York City (brain tumor)

Grand staircase - AFP/Getty Images

A grand entrance: A replica of the grand staircase from the sunken Titanic is on exhibition April 2 at the Marina Bay Sands ArtScience Museum in Singapore. The exhibition features about 275 artifacts recovered from the Titanic.

The "unsinkable" Molly Brown, who survived the Titanic tragedy. Love the hat!

The "Unsinkable" Molly Brown

The "unsinkable" Margaret Brown, who survived the Titanic tragedy, and did a lot of advocacy work for the survivors. Love the hat! As an aside, Margaret Brown was never called Molly in her lifetime.

She was known as the Unsinkable Molly Brown, but the colorful life of Margaret Tobin Brown went much further than the Titanic fame.

She was known as the Unsinkable Molly Brown, but the colorful life of Margaret Tobin Brown went much further than the Titanic fame.- Helen Benziger - ref her great grandmother

This is Rosa Abbott, a Third Class passenger on Titanic. Rosa was the only woman to be pulled alive from the icy waters on that fateful night. She was travelling on Titanic with her sons, Rossmore, aged 16, and Eugene, aged 13. When the ship sank, she was pulled into collapsible Lifeboat A. Her sons did not survive.

Rosa Abbott was the only woman to be pulled alive from the icy waters. She was travelling on Titanic with her sons, Rossmore, aged and Eugene, aged When the ship sank, she was pulled into collapsible Lifeboat A. Her sons did not survive.

Madeleine Astor, Titanic survivor and wife of John Jacob Astor IV, ca. 1910. Source: Library of Congress

Madeleine Talmage Astor Dick (née Force, formerly Fiermonte) (June 1893 – March was the second wife and widow of millionaire John Jacob Astor IV and a survivor of RMS Titanic.

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