|Title and Author/Editor:||Raise the Titanic (Clive Cussler, 1976), A Night to Remember (Walter Lord, 1955), Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic: The Ocean’s Greatest Disaster: A Graphic and Thrilling Account of the Sinking of the Greatest Floating Palace Ever Built, Carrying Down to Watery Graves More Than 1,500 Souls. Giving Exciting Escapes From Death and Acts of Heroism Not Equalled in Ancient or Modern Times Told by Surivors including History of Icebergs, the Terror of the Seas:Wireless Telegraphy and Modern Shipbuilding (Edited by Marshall Everett, 1912), Titanic and the Making of James Cameron: The Inside Story of the Three-year Adventure That Rewrote Motion Picture History (Paula Parisi, 1998)|
|Type of Illustration:||Photograph, Drawings|
|Binding:||One quarter cloth with paper boards, Cloth on board, Softcover|
|Publisher:||The Viking Press, Henry Holt and Company, L.H.Walter, Newmarket Press|
|Publication Year:||1976, 1955, 1912, 1998|
|Period:||Mid to Late 20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||New York, Chicago|
|Edition Statement:||First Edition/First State, First Edition, Memorial Edition|
|Number of Books:||4|
|Additional Notes:||Raise the Titanic, Clive Cussler’s third novel, is a first state with an error to page 111, line 32, which reads “sent” instead of “send”. This error was quickly fixed by the publisher for subsequent printings.|
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