Text: Photograph taken by Mrs. Bernice Palmer, a passenger on the Carpathia, showing Mr. and Mrs. George A. Harder, a young honeymoon couple of Brooklyn, who were rescued from the Titanic. (Mr. Harder was the one man member of eleven honeymoon couples who was saved.) Facing them with her head on her hands, weeping, is Mrs. Charles M. Hays, whose husband, Charles M. Hays, president of the Grand Trunk railway, went down on the Titanic, while she and her two daughters were rescued. The three survivors are seen talking over their terrible experience. Mr. and Mrs. Harder were in the concert room, listening to the music, when the collision with the iceberg occurred. When the cry came to get in the lifeboats, they, as a lark, thinking there was no danger, jumped in the first boat lowered. They are now at the home of Mr. Harder's parents at 112 Eighth avenue, Brooklyn.
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