ON-Lion Letter
Ninety-six years ago, on an otherwise calm April morning, the world's largest ship, the RMS Titanic, sank during her maiden voyage after a colliding with an iceberg in the North Atlantic.  On board were 2,228 passengers, including titans of commerce and industry, artists, senior members of governments, immigrant families dreaming of a new life, and more than 890 members of her crew. 

More than 1,500 people died.  No one believed it could happen.

This epic story is revived through Titanic:  The Artifact Exhibition, opening at the Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) in October.  Viewed by more than 18 million people worldwide, the exhibition has been designed with a focus on the legendary ship's compelling human stories, as told through hundreds of authentic artifacts and extensive room re-creations.

Advance ticket purchases, which can be made online, are strongly recommended.

Milwaukee's Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation substantially supports MPM.
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