Titanic Marconi Telegram
Form No. 4.-100 - 17.8.10. Delivery Date 15 APR 1912. No. OLYMPIC, Handed in at S.S. PARISIAN. To : OLYMPIC RECVD 9.30 am EST. PARISIAN SENT MESSAGES TO TITANIC AT EIGHT THIRTY LAST NIGHT AND HEARD TITANIC SENDING TRAFFIC TO CAPE RACE JUST BEFORE PARISIAN OPERATOR WENT TO BED AT ELEVEN FIFTEEN SHIPS TIME CALIFORNIAN WAS ABOUT FIFTY MILES ASTERN OF PARISIAN. HEARD FOLLOWING THIS MORNING AT SIX OCLOCK:- ACCORDING TO INFORMATION PICKED UP CARPATHIA HAS PICKED UP TWENTY BOATS WITH PASSENGERS. BALTIC IS RETURNING TO GIVE ASSISTANCE AS REGARDS TITANIC I HAVE HEARD NOTHING. DONT KNOW IF SHE IS SUNK. (Message fills front and continues to back of sheet.)
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