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A letter from Charles Bartlett, Marine Superintendent of White Star Line dated February 13th 1920 to Charles Lightoller.  The letter confirms receipt of his letter of resignation.<br />
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A menu for the first ever meal served on Titanic has sold for a world record £100,000.<br />
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The incredibly rare postcard-size menu was for lunch on April 2, 1912, which was the first day of the doomed liner's sea trials in the Irish Sea.<br />
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Senior officers, officials from shipbuilders Harland and Wolff and VIPs sat down in the main dining saloon.<br />
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In keeping with the opulent surroundings and the quality of fare to be served to the first class passengers, the small group indulged in only the finest of food.<br />
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There was consumme mirrette and cream of chicken to start, salmon and sweat bread for the fish course, spring lamb, roast chicken and braised ham for mains and pudding sans souci and peaches imperial for desert followed by coffee.