To our THS Members and Friends:We understand that public concerns around the spread of COVID-19 are affecting us all. Our thoughts and heartfelt support go out to all those who have been affected, as well as their family and friends.At THS, we will continue to operate during normal business hours, while taking updates and precautions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) under advisement.If Barbara, Anne, Karen or others are not feeling well they will be expected to stay home. Health and well-being are very important to us.We wish you and your family good health in this difficult time.Sincerest Regards, Your THS Officers
Welcome! The Titanic Historical Society, Inc. (THS), established in 1963, is the premier source for Titanic and White Star Line information. THS is the original and largest Titanic society in the world. Nearing the half-century mark, our mission of preserving the great ship's history can be seen in our outstanding publications, Titanic Museum and annual themed events.Our experienced and knowledgeable officers and members include maritime historians, authors, artists, etc. who have been consultants and/or actively worked on numerous Robert Ballard (Nat Geo) and James Cameron (Fox/Discovery) projects, not to mention History Channel investigations et al., the THS has already proved itself a worthy source of qualified researchers. In addition, the THS has one of the largest available Titanic/White Star related photographic archives in the world.People of all ages and all countries who love the ship and her story are invited to join THS as members and receive the incomparable Titanic Commutator. The Titanic Museum's superb collection in Indian Orchard, Massachusetts, was the first permanent exhibition of rare Titanic artifacts and documents donated by survivors. Become a member, tour our Museum and visit our Museum Shop online or in person. Enter curious, leave inspired.

The White Star Line: An Illustrated History 1869 – 1934


If you are looking for a concise, accurate account on the White Star Line, this book is for you. A big, handsome, hardcover beauty published by the Titanic Historical Society is chock full of glorious color illustrations. Hundreds of rare images from the author’s collection, many published for the first time, are sharp, visually striking and photographed in their natural color.

If you use Amazon, [Feb. 2020] you’ll find this same book overpriced from $73.98 to $917.87!

Purchase online at the Titanic Historical Society Museum Store and pay Only $40.00!

This book is a fantastic resource with a wealth of information and showing loads of White Star collectibles as examples.

THS Founder: Ed Kamuda

"Here's the man who made it all possible." ...James Cameron on the Titanic set, Rosarito Beach, Mexico, 1997 introducing Ed Kamuda to the cast and crew.
If it weren’t for Edward Kamuda, much of the information we have today on Titanic wouldn’t exist; it would have been lost through time and neglect which, unfortunately, happens too frequently because many people do not value history. A Titanic survivor’s death and a movie in the family’s theater was the catalyst that began a life’s work of preserving the ship’s history.