Contacts for Members and Media

Editor of Voyage Quarterly   VoyageEditor@aol.com

Media contact   Stephen Frazee  sfrazee@rogers.com

Web Master   Revdma@aol.com

Board of Trustees    Revdma@aol.com

Treasurer    RobertBrac@aol.com

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4 thoughts on “Contacts for Members and Media

  1. Greetings, Titanic International! Years have passed but, the founding members of T.I. might remember me! I was one of the Charter Members when T.I. began its ‘maiden voyage’ way back in July 1989 with the ‘Big U’ issue of ‘Voyage.’ To be more precise, I did the original pen & ink artwork on the back cover of that publication as well as Issues 3, 4, 5 and 9.
    Charles Haas will remember me and ‘Jack’ Eaton might… other members, such as Robert DiSogra and Michael Ralph may have distant recollections of when I was a member. I have been seriously contemplating rejoining T.I. as I consider it a friendlier, member-associated organization; one where I might be able to once again showcase my art contributions to share with fellow members, for the purpose of perpetuating the legend of the great liners!

  2. I have a Claret Pitcher that is supposedly from the Titanic. My relatives were scheduled to sail on the Titanic but one member of my family became ill so they took a later vovage.

    My Great Great Aunt was dating a crew member while they were in Southampton and he gave her this silver topped crystal pitcher which has been handed down from generation to generation. It was pilfered by him from a Supply Depot of The White Star Lines and it has been in my possesion for over 25 years and has never been used.

    How may I determine it’s validity?

    Alan J. Arthur

    • Hello
      All claret pitchers would normally have a crystal bowl and silver spout, lid, top and handle. The silver will be Hall-marked and any good silversmith will be able to date, identifying makers etc. The silver may also have the Whitestar logo engraved on the silver. The Hall-marking ID is easy to trace to the manufacturer and thus date the silver and if they still have record keeping can tell if it was from a batch going to the Whitestar line ships. Hope this helps.

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