Titanic Historical Society

New England News
3:45 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

Preserver Of Titanic History Dies

Edward Kamuda, in 2012, next to a model of the Titanic at the headquarters of the Titanic Historical Society
Credit WAMC

A man who as a teenager became fascinated with the Titanic and devoted his life to preserving the history of the doomed luxury liner has died in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Edward Kamuda founded the Titanic Historical Society in 1963 and as its president developed it into an invaluable resource for scientific researchers, explorers, historians, film-makers, and people simply fascinated, as Kamuda was, with the stories of the survivors.

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New England News
12:10 pm
Mon April 16, 2012

Museum Preserves Personal Stories Of The Titanic Disaster

Edward Kamuda, president Titanic Historical Society

Events to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic are scheduled for later this week by the Titanic Historical Society.  The oldest and largest organization in the world devoted to preserving the history of the doomed luxury liner is headquartered in Springfield Massachusetts.  WAMC’s Pioneer Valley Bureau  Chief Paul Tuthill reports.

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