The Unsinkable Ship

April, 2012 - June, 2012 | Rockwell Gallery

In 1912, the Titantic, known as “the Unsinkable Ship,” sunk to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. One-hundred years later we know more about this tragedy than ever before. This exhibit tells the stories of the Worcester residents who perished, and a few that survived one of the world’s greatest maritime disasters.

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