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Letter written by William Harrison to his wife Ann complaining about the working conditions on board the Titanic is valued at £18,000<br />
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Remarkable water-stained documents recovered from the body of the assistant to the most controversial person on the Titanic have been discovered 107 years later.<br />
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The personal archive of valet William Harrison also includes a four page letter he wrote home to his wife moaning about his working conditions under Bruce Ismay.<br />
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The managing director of Titanic's owners White Star Line was portrayed as a coward in James Cameron's epic movie when he snuck into a lifeboat rather than going down with the ship.<br />
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Mr Harrison told her how he was 'fed up' with spending hours writing letters to post for Ismay.