The Washington, DC area is home to several memorials to the victims of the Titanic disaster. The most prominent of these monuments are the Women’s Titanic Memorial located at the foot of P Street, SW in Washington Channel Park, and the Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain, located on The Ellipse across from the south lawn of the White House.

Two other memorials in the area also honor Major Butt – a bronze plaque located on the crypt level of Washington’s National Cathedral in what is now the Museum Store, and a stone monument erected by his family in Arlington National Cemetery.

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Washington DC

Butt Memorial Plaque
Washington National Cathedral
Washington, DC

Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain
The Ellipse
Washington, DC

Archibald Butt Cenotaph
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, VA

Women's Titanic Memorial
Washington Channel Park
Washington, DC

Posted Aboard R.M.S. Titanic
Smithsonian National Postal Museum
An Online Exhibit
Washington, DC

The Titanic Disaster Hearings
Russell Senate Office Building
Caucus Room
Washington, DC

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