'One exhibit at Liverpool's Merseyside Maritime Museum is a yellowed envelope whose black-and-red printing announces that it contains "First Class Passenger Ticket per Steamship..." (Then, written in fading brown ink): Titanic.
Because Reverend Holden's wife was taken ill, their tickets, once contained in this unique envelope, were never used. The reverend framed the envelope with the inscription, "Who Redeemeth Thy Life from Destruction" and retained it for years after the sinking.' (Merseyside Maritime Museum.)
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