Helen Churchill Candee is one of the most best known survivor of the sinking RMS Titanic in 1912. She was an American author, journalist, feminist and interior decorator. For Helen Candee, surviving the Titanic was a minor event compared to her exciting life later, which include authoring one of the most popular early accounts of travel to exotic Cambodia, Angkor Wat, andHelen Churchill Candee is one of the most best known survivor of the sinking RMS Titanic in 1912. She was an American author, journalist, feminist and interior decorator. For Helen Candee, surviving the Titanic was a minor event compared to her exciting life later, which include authoring one of the most popular early accounts of travel to exotic Cambodia, Angkor Wat, and the temples of the ancient Khmers. She became a remarkable 20th Century woman, single, who traveled the world with an inquisitive mind. She walked with kings, presidents, the wealthy and the powerful and continued to play a role of entertaining, educating and influencing them. This independent woman supported herself and her family in an era when women were expected to depend on men. She championed feminine equality and fought tirelessly for woman’s rights.She was born in New York City on October 5, 1859 the daughter of Henry Hungerford and Mary E. Churchill.She was educated in various private schools in New Haven and Norwalk, CT.She married Edward Candee and had one daughter, Edith, who married Harold C. Mathews.Helen was first a doting mother, and a divorcee at a time when divorce was a social taboo. The separation from an abusive husband led her supporting her two children through writing for various magazines.She became a journalist and managed so well that one of her books had become an International Best seller, enabling her to afford a first class cabin on the world’s most expensive ship, Titanic. This vocation became the spring board for the successes that she had throughout the rest of her ninety years.Table of ContentsIntroductionAn Annotated Biography of Mrs Helen Churchill Candee (née Hungerford)Helen Churchill Candee - Titanic ExperienceHOW WOMEN MAY EARN A LIVING – By Helen Churchill Candee"An Oklahoma Romance" By Helen Churchill CandeeNewspaper Chronicles of Helen Churchill Candee1. Washington Post – Thursday January 11, 19122. Washington Times – Tuesday April 16, 1912Mrs. Churchill Among the Passengers Rescued From Titanic3. Washington Times – Tuesday April 16, 1912LIST OF WASHINGTONIANS ON FATED STEAMER GROWS4. Washington Times – Thursday April 18, 1912NOTHING YET HEARD FROM MRS. CANDEE5. Washington Times – Friday, April 19, 1912MRS. CANDEE TELLS OF TRAGIC SCENES AS STEAMER SANK6. Washington Herald – Friday, April 19, 1912MRS. CANDEE LAUDS MAJ. BUTT'S HEROISM7. Washington Post – Tuesdaym, April 30,1912Society: Mrs. Candee8. New York Times – Friday, April 11,1913HORSEWOMEN IN PARADE9. Gazette and Bulletin – Friday June 15, 1928, By Ann RossWomen's Varied Interest10. New York Times – Wednesday, August 24, 1949 Page 25 Column 2MRS. HELEN C. CANDEE SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES11. Collier's Weekly, 4 May 191212. Down to the Sea in Ships – Sunday , April 15, 1912Conclusion...
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