The RMS Titanic was a floating city with almost every amenity from dry land that could be desired at sea. For example, the Titanic had its own daily newspaper called the Atlantic Daily Bulletin. Pictured above is an officer editing such a paper from a similar liner from the same time period.
The Atlantic Daily Bulletin offered practical information, such as the day's menus, but also entertained guests by providing society gossip, and kept people connected with the outside world by listing changing stock prices.
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