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William Thomas Stead

Embleton, Northumberland 1849 - Atlantic Ocean on board RMS Titanic 1912
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sir George Frampton
1920 (1913)

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Description

Commemorative plaque with relief portrait, flanked by two allegorical statuettes: FORTITVDE and SYMPATHY, and at the bottom a coat of arms, with the motto mallem mori qvam mvtate (i would rather die than change).

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Inscription(s)

W. T. STEAD
1849 - 1912


this memorial to a jovrnalist
of wide renown was erected
near the spot where he worked
for more than thirty years by
jovrnalists of many lands in
recognition of his brilliant gifts
fervent spirit & vntiring devotion
to the service of his fellow men.

Signature

geo. frampton r.a. | 1913

Annotation

Unveiled 5 July 1920. A replica was unveiled in Central Park, New York, in 1921.

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Location (N 51°30'38" - W 0°6'45")

Item Code: gblo120; Photograph: 7 August 2014
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