Dressed as Chief Officer Henry Wilde of the Titanic, Bill Nordan described witness accounts of the ship's sinking to visitors at the Titanic exhibit at the Lexington Center Museum and Gallery. Top: A flag from the White Star Line, which owned the Titanic, provided by Nordan.
Dressed as Chief Officer Henry Wilde of the Titanic, Bill Nordan described witness accounts of the ship's sinking to visitors at the Titanic exhibit at the Lexington Center Museum and Gallery. Top: A flag from the White Star Line, which owned the Titanic, provided by Nordan. Lexington Herald-Leader
Dressed as Chief Officer Henry Wilde of the Titanic, Bill Nordan described witness accounts of the ship's sinking to visitors at the Titanic exhibit at the Lexington Center Museum and Gallery. Top: A flag from the White Star Line, which owned the Titanic, provided by Nordan. Lexington Herald-Leader

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