Titanic Marconi Telegram
Form No. 1-100 - 17.11.11. Sent date 15 APRIL 1912. No. OLYMPIC, Office of Origin OLYMPIC. Service Instructions : SENT TO CARPATHIA 3.55 PM N.Y.T. To : CAPTAIN CARPATHIA. KINDLY INFORM ME IF THERE IS THE SLIGHTEST HOPE IN SEARCHING TITANIC POSITION AT DAYBREAK. AGREE WITH YOU ON NOT MEETING. WILL STAND ON PRESENT COURSE UNTIL YOU HAVE PASSED AND WILL THEN HAUL MORE TO SOUTHWARD. DOES PARALLEL OF 41.17 N LEAD CLEAR OF THE ICE. HAVE YOU COMMUNICATED DISASTER TO OUR PEOPLE AT NEW YORK OR LIVERPOOL OR SHALL I DO SO AND WHAT PARTICULARS CAN YOU GIVE ME TO SEND SINCERE THANKS FOR WHAT YOU HAVE DONE. HADDOCK. (Written on two sides of sheet)
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