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TITANIC: 1912<br>7 sketch books by TITANIC victim

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Ship History: A set of seven softbound sketch books filled with ship drawings by Samuel Ward Stanton who went down on the TITANIC in 1912. Each book contains 40+ pages. Altogether hundreds of illustrations of early American steamboats. This set was published in the late 1980s by Stanton's heirs.
 
The titles include: "Towboats and Tugs", "Nineteenth-Century United States Naval Steam Vessels", "Coastal Steam Vessels", Long Island Sound and Narragansett Bay Steam Vessels", "Steam Vessels of Chesapeake and Delaware Bays and Rivers", "New York Bay Steam Vessels", and "Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, Southern and Western Inland Steam Vessels".
 
Born in 1870 at Newburgh, New York, Stanton inherited the nautical bug from his shipbuilding father. At age 18 he began reporting and submitting illustrations for "Seaboard Magazine". His work was exhibited at the World's Columbia Exposition at Chicago in 1893 where he was awarded a medal for "artistic and historical merit." Stanton became so proficient that his work was aboard the Hudson River Day Liner steamer ROBERT FULTON.
 
Stanton studied at the Julien Academy in Paris and visited the Alhambra in Spain in preparation for mural work planned for the upcoming WASHINGTON IRVING. On the way home he booked a cabin onboard the new TITANIC. Sadly, he went down with the ship.
 
The books are new-old-stock.
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