Edith Corse Evans (born September 1875 - April was a prominent American socialite who died as a First Class passenger aboard the RMS Titanic on April She was one of four women to die in First Class. White Star Line
Edith Corse Evans. 1st class passenger on the Titanic who went to get a lifeboat with fellow passenger and friend Mrs. Brown. This was one of the last lifeboats to leave and was overcrowded, Edith got up to leave the lifeboat and told her friend Mrs. Brown she should stay as she had children at home. As she was leaving she said she would take a chance of getting in a boat later. She went down with the ship.
Robert N. Cook 29 from right his wife Lenore both of Chicago Paul and Buck Evans and Don Dickson left of Evanston aboard the Swordfish in Belmont Harbor before they left to sail around the world June 14 1930. The group expected to sail for three years on the 46-foot topsail schooner. The Tribune reported: "The route of the boat will be via the great lakes and through the Welland and Erie canals into the Hudson river. From New York harbor they will sail for the West Indies. Then to the Panama…
The Knotty Buoy is a wholecloth quilt, Cotton and machine washable. To coordinate with the Knotty Buoy quilt, chose the solid color Hampton White or White Shell Matelasse. The Knotty Buoy quilt, which reverses to a blue ticking pattern, is
SOS Pacific is a 1959 British drama film directed by Guy Green and starring Richard Attenborough and Pier Angeli. A flying boat is forced to ditch in the Pacific during a thunderstorm. Aboard are the owner-pilot Jack Bennett (John Gregson), the navigator Willy (Cec Linder), the flight attendant Teresa (Pier Angeli) and six passengers: a policeman, Petersen (Clifford Evans); his prisoner Mark (Eddie Constantine); Whitey Mullen (Richard Attenborough), a witness against Mark; Dr Strauss