ElginDivorceH2 531093, Harris, Robert G. Harris, Evelyn May, Divorce, 1953, no decree. 63-134,Harris, Thomas W. 10-028, Hatch, Mary, Hatch, Robert C. Divorce, 1950 http://www.elginarea.org/egs/elgindivorceH2.htm
Extractions: Elgin Civil Court Divorce Records Harris-Heine Back to Index Case Plaintiff Defandant Type Year Remark Harris, Albert Edward Harris, Helen Irene Divorce Harris, Bertha Harris, Wiley Divorce Harris, Howard Harris, Leola Divorce Harris, Mary Ann Harris, Herbert J. Divorce Harris, Myra Virginia Harris, Lawrence Archie Divorce Harris, Robert G. Harris, Evelyn May Divorce no decree Harris, Thomas W. Harris, Stella P. Divorce Harris, Winifred Lucille Harris, Alfres S. Divorce Harrison, Clorece Harrison, Thomas R. Divorce Harrison, Donald O. Harrison, Lois M. Divorce Harrison, Doris Harrison, Eugene Divorce Harrison, Evelyn Harrison, Lorenz Divorce Harrison, Gertrude Harrison, Lorenz Divorce Harrison, Jean Harriet Harrison, Donn O. Divorce Harrison, Laura M. Harrison, Roy C. Divorce Harrison, Margaret
Funeral_H B, 34, Harris, George Howard, 5Mar-1934. A, 196, Harris, Robert Benjamin,20-Jan-1932 E, 52, Harrison, Georgiana H. Hotchkiss, 21-Jun-1950 http://www.elginarea.org/egs/funeralh.htm
Extractions: H Vol Pg Name Maiden Name DOD C Hachtel, George J. 13-Oct-1938 D Hachtel, Laura Jones 1-Sep-1943 Hackett, Raymond 5-Jul-1951 Haden, H. Ann Crawder 6-Mar-1953 E Hage, Edwward Arthur 29-Nov-1951 D Hagelow, John Jacob Sr. 26-Aug-1942 Hahn, Harry W. 10-Jan-1950 Hahne, Eleanor Butterman 21-Jan-1952 Hall, Robert W. 28-Nov-1953 A Hammond, Howard E. 26-Apr-1933 E Handy, Beverly 17-May-1952 B Hansen, Peter 5-Oct-1936 C Hanstein, George 11-Sep-1938 B Harback, William B. 21-Aug-1934 B Harns, Irving Denham 10-Aug-1936 D Harper, Archie 11-Oct-1944 Harridge, Clinton R. "Kink" 18-Oct-1952 A Harris, Elbert F. 8-Jun-1933 B Harris, George Howard 5-Mar-1934 A Harris, Robert Benjamin 20-Jan-1932 A Harris, Wiley 12-Jun-1931 E Harrison, Georgiana H. Hotchkiss 21-Jun-1950 A Harrison, Leonard 12-Jan-1931 Hartman, George F. 22-Sep-1951 B Hartman, John Marius 23-Oct-1935 B Hartz, John Fredrick 4-Feb-1936 Hauer, John A. 28-Sep-1952 B Hausen, Mary Hannah 5-Dec-1933 Haworth, Rose Jackson 22-Jun-1951 C Hayes, Addie 5-Nov-1940 A Hayes, Charles Washington
Enigma By Robert Harris Detailed Book Review Enigma Robert Harris Book Review. Enter a book review (click here) and becomea paid scholar! Review Summary of Enigma by author Robert Harris http://www.allreaders.com/Topics/info_27786.asp
Extractions: Enter a book review (click here) and become a paid scholar! Books Movies Sci-Fi/Fantasy Mystery/Thriller ... New book search (click here) Review Summary of Enigma by author Robert Harris Tom Jericho is a brilliant mathematician who has been recruited to become a codebreaker at Bletchley Park, the center for British cryptographers. He has already been instrumental in breaking the infamous Nazi Enigma code which allows the Allies to track the movement of German submarine traffic. The stress of cracking the code has caused Jericho to have a nervous breakdown, and he has returned to his college to rest. Now, however the code has been changed and Tom has been brought back to try to break it once more. To complicate matters, he is in love with a mysterious woman, Claire Rommily, who works in codebreaking also. As Jericho and his team work feverishly to break the code and avoid disaster for the Allied submarine forces, he comes to the conclusion that a traitor is at work among his fellow cryptographers. When Claire suddenly disppears and is found to have removed important information from her workplace, accusations of Nazi collaboration are made. Tom is desperate to find Claire and with the help of her roomate, Hester, he sets out to clear her name. This, along with cracking the code and finding the traitor, is stretching him to his breaking point once more. This story presents a fascinating view of the world of wartime codebreaking, as well as an exciting romance.
Warner Bros. Cartoon Releases - 1950 Dir Charles M. Jones Story Michael Maltese - Anim Ken Harris, Direction (notDirected By) Robert McKimson - Story Warren Foster - Anim Rod http://www.davemackey.com/animation/wb/1950.html
Extractions: News News, events, features Science/Research Latest scientific findings Profiles The people behind the university Community Harvard and neighbor communities Sports Scores, highlights, upcoming games On Campus Newsmakers, notes, students, police log Arts Museums, concerts, theater Calendar Two-week listing of upcoming events Robert Harris Chapman At a meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences on April 10, 2001, the following Minute was placed upon the records. Robert Harris Chapman, Professor of English Literature, playwright, theatrical consultant, and Director of the Loeb Drama Center, was born in Highland Park, Ill., on 14 April 1919. He attended Princeton University, and graduated with an A.B. degree in English in 1941. During World War II he served in the U.S. Navy as a Lieutenant in naval intelligence in Europe and North Africa. In 1946 he returned to Princeton University as an Instructor in the Department of English, directing Princeton Triangle Club productions. From 1948 to 1950 he taught at the University of California, Berkeley, as an Instructor in the Department of Dramatic Arts.
Extractions: Name Frosh Grad Geary, Lawrence Mark DNG Gee, Elaine Pei-san Gehrels, Ernest Geib, Elden Ray Geitz, Robert Charles Genud, Maury DNG George, Anna Melissa George, Edward N. Gerald, Frank S. DNG Gerdes, James Anthony DNG Gerhart, Susan M. German, Jr, Irvine Fisk Gesek, Caleb DNG Getzmann, Jr, Edwin Samuel DNG Gewe, Robert Alexander Ghamati, Saeid Gibbs, Joseph P. Gibson, Brian Charles Gier, Harold L. Gilham, Jeffery DNG Gilliam, Elizabeth DNG Gillings, John William Gilman, John Harold DNG Gilmore, Jr., Hugh Mack Ex Gilray, Carl Robert Gimbel, Joan Marie Gioumousis, Andrew Johaness DNG Girard, James G. Girish, Balasubramaniam Glasser, Sheldon Jay DNG Glattenberg, Gordon Ellis Glover, David Mark Gluzman, Vladimir Go, Paul Jonathan Estelilla Goetten, John G. * Goff, Dave L. Goff, Stuart BS: 1958
UWA Lost Alumni Myrtle Blanche Harris Rebecca L. Harris Regina Lynn Harris Robert Hampton Harris Robert Goulet 1973 F. Keith Grable 1965 Jack Grace 1950 http://www.alumni.uwa.edu/lost/g-j.htm
Extractions: D.81 HIRAM SIBLEY FAMILY PAPERS (1850-1950) 21 boxes Sibley retired from Western Union in 1869, and went into the seed and nursery business in Rochester and Chicago. He also invested in land, timber, coal and railroads in the South and in Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Washington and Oregon. Hiram Sibley also gave generously to institutions and charitable organizations. He was one of the incorporators of Cornell University, where he endowed Sibley College of Mechanic Arts. He also presented the University of Rochester with its first library building in the 1870's. Hiram Sibley married Elizabeth Maria Tinker (1815-1903) in 1833. They had four children, of whom Zilpha Louise, Hiram Watson and Emily survived. Zilpha Louise married Hobart Atkinson, and Emily married first James S. Averell and second James Sibley Watson, son of Don Alonzo Watson. Hiram Sibley died in 1888 in Rochester. Hiram Watson Sibley (1845-1932) studied in Europe and entered business with his father, Hiram Sibley, brother-in-law, Hobart Atkinson, and Skipworth Wilmer. Their ventures included land development in Rochester,. Sibley, Ill., Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia, railroads, and the seed business. About 1880, Hiram W. Sibley also entered a partnership with Isaac Bearinger which lasted until 1896. Sibley and Bearinger had offices in Saginaw, Michigan, and dealt in timber, coal and land. After the death of Hiram Sibley in 1888, Hiram W. Sibley also managed the affairs of the Sibley Estate, the legal entity which administered the inheritance of the Sibley Family.
Sparkman & Stephens - History - S&S Alumni RBH, Harris, Robert B. 1950. GH, Hamilton, George, 1950. HH, Herreshoff, Halsey C.1951. EEH, Hermanns, Edward E. 1951. RH, Hoadley, Raymond, 1953 http://www.sparkmanstephens.com/history/alumni.html
Extractions: by Initials Found on Drawings 1929-Present The following is a fairly complete list of all initials as found on the drawings throughout the history of the company. There are some gaps in the list we realize. please contact us! If you are a designer and we have forgotten to include your initials, please contact us and we will update our list. Sorry to exclude anyone who is on the list but it's a big job going through all the plans over 70 plus years The list is sorted alphabetically by last name and, within each letter, by date of employment. Initials Name Date A JA Anderson, John LAA JA Anderson, Jim RLA Armstrong, Roy B RWB GB Buren, Gustave FWB Buhlmeyer, Fred W. TB Brightman, Thomas CAB Buerhrens, Clifford A. RB Batson, Richard CFB Burnett, Carl F. HB Barrington, Howard
San Joaquin Apostolic Succession Datapgh III NoCAL 385. . 1933, Edward R. Welles IV W. Missouri 497. . .1950 Robert LeRoy Harris ( 295 . . . 1918, Marquette (N.Michigan)) listed consecrators http://www.sjoaquin.net/aso/successionh.html
Extractions: Editor's note: The following essay, with endnotes, was rekeyed and reprinted on June 4 , 2002 in Resource Library Magazine with permission of the Lightner Museum. The essay was published in October 2001 in the 119 page illustrated book titled Lost Colony: The Artists of St. Augustine, 1930-1950, ISBN 0-97-13560-0-9 Images accompanying the text in the book were not reproduced with this reprinting except for two sample images. If you have questions or comments regarding the essay, or if you have interest in obtaining a copy of the book, please contact the Lightner Museum directly through either this phone number or web address: Lost Colony: The Artists of St. Augustine, 1930-1950 by Robert W. Torchia Conclusion The rise and fall of St. Augustine's art colony is yet another manifestation of the persistently tenuous role of the visual arts in the United States. As Neil Harris has demonstrated in his classic study The Artist in American Society the traditionally conflicted attitude toward the fine arts in America is firmly established in our history and part of our national ethos. This phenomenon is by no means a thing of the past. Today the debate continues to rage over such fundamental issues as the appropriateness of private versus public patronage of the arts, the relationship between artistic and commercial interests, the relevance of modernism to an intrinsically conservative nation, and how art reflects the values of a given community. These philosophical and sociological considerations can never be fully resolved, and this is not the place to explore them at length, but suffice it to say that they are very pertinent to the history of what we have chosen to call the "Lost Colony" in the title of this book.
Extractions: Editor's note: The following essay, with endnotes, was rekeyed and reprinted on June 4 , 2002 in Resource Library Magazine with permission of the Lightner Museum. The essay was published in October 2001 in the 119 page illustrated book titled Lost Colony: The Artists of St. Augustine, 1930-1950, ISBN 0-97-13560-0-9 Images accompanying the text in the book were not reproduced with this reprinting except for two sample images. If you have questions or comments regarding the essay, or if you have interest in obtaining a copy of the book, please contact the Lightner Museum directly through either this phone number or web address: Lost Colony: The Artists of St. Augustine, 1930-1950 by Robert W. Torchia Endnotes 1. Maybelle Mann, Art in Florida, 1564-1945 (Sarasota, Fla.: Pineapple Press, 1999), p. 156, William H. Gerdts, Art across America: Two Centuries of Regional Painting 1710-1920, Vol. 2:, The South, Near Midwest (New York: Abbeville Press, 1990), pp. 77-79, summarizes St. Augustine's early history as an art colony up to shortly after 1900. In
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Extractions: HARRIS, A C Married 1895 DELAP, CORNELIA A C HARRIS Born 1902 Born 1909 Died 1924 HARRIS, ROBERT SINGLETON, NANCY Died 1934 Born 1950 Born 1951 Born 1952 ... Married 1966 JOHNSON, OBRA TEXAS Died 1969 Married 1971 COPELAND, FRANCIS TEXAS Died 1973 TEXAS Died 1974 TEXAS Married 1982 HARRIS, THERESA Married 1983 BURTON, THERESA TEXAS Married 1988 HARRIS, VICTORIA Married 1988 WARNER, VICTORIA TEXAS Died 1994 TEXAS HARRIS, A D Born 1866 A D HARRIS Born 1876 DODGE GA Married 1891 HARRAH, SARAH ILLINOIS Married 1896 POWELL, LILY DODGE GA Born 1910 Died 1945 DODGE GA Married 1953 HARRIS, MARY Died 1998 TEXAS HARRIS, A E Born 1810 A E HARRIS Married 1826 HICKS, CAROLINE Died 1836 Born 1906 HARRIS, THOMAS GOODRUM, CARTER Married 1928 ISABELL, DOROTHY Died 1942 HARRIS, THOMAS GOODRUM, CARTER HARRIS, A EARLE Died 1990 Fort Myers, Lee, FL A EARLE HARRIS HARRIS, A F Born 1844 A F HARRIS Born 1856 Married 1881 AGERTON, SARAH
HISTORICAL MYSTERY FICTION G - H Greer, Robert O. Devil s Hat Band (1996), 1950 s, Denver. Devil s Necklace (1997),1950 s, Denver Harris, Robert, Enigma (1995), 1940 s, England http://members.tripod.com/~BrerFox/histg-h.html
Extractions: Gabladon, Diana Lord John and the Private Matter (2003) London Gaines, Ernest A Lesson Before Dying 1940's Lousiana Gaiter, Leonce Bourbon Street (2005) New Orleans Gale, Elizabeth Julia Valeria (1950) 19 b.c. Rome Gangemi, Joseph Inamorata (2004) Philadelphia Gardner, Ashley Body in Berkley Square (2005) 1800's London Glass House (2004) London Hanover Square Affair (2003) London A Regimental Murder (2004) 1800's London Sudbury School of Murders (2005) 1800's London Gardner, John Angels Dining at the Ritz (2004) London Bottle Spider (2002) WWII England Streets of Town (2003) London Troubled Midnight (2005) London Garlock, Dorothy With Song (1999) Kansas Garrett, George Entered From the Sun (1990) Succession (1991) Garrett, Randall
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Extractions: an internet resource for Massey enthusiasts since 1995 Be sure to visit these Massey and Antique Tractor links If you're interested in buying or selling Massey-Harris-Ferguson equipment, you'll want to be sure to visit the Buy/Sell page. Attention Ferguson and early Massey-Ferguson owners: Limited production data is available for Ferguson and Massey-Ferguson tractors from 1948 to 1965. Please consult the following excellent web resources for more information on Ferguson tractors and the Ferguson system. There are some earlier M-H tractors which have yet to be added to the list General Purpose Model 25 Challenger Pacemaker Model 81 Model 101 Model 101 Junior Model 20 light 2 plow 124 cu. in. Continental L-head motor
Archangel Review Robert Harris has been successfully asking that question since 1992. In his firstnovel, Fatherland, Harris altered the outcome of the Second World War and http://www.omnivore.org/jon/orwell/Archangel.htm
Extractions: National Post ARCHANGEL By Robert Harris 421 pp. Random House, $34.95 "Do you know what Lenin called the Tsarovich?" muses Fluke Kelso, the pudgy Soviet historian at the centre of Robert Harris' thriller, Archangel. "He called the boy 'the living banner.' And there's only one way, Lenin said, to deal with a living banner." Dark words. But where the act of murder itself was concerned, Lenin was all talk compared to his less voluble successor, Joseph Stalin. The intriguing hypothesis at the heart of Archangel is this: What if the murderous man of steel had produced a son, a 'banner' of his own? What if? Robert Harris has been successfully asking that question since 1992. In his first novel, Fatherland, Harris altered the outcome of the Second World War and showed us how a JFK-era Europe might have looked under the rule of a 75-year-old Hitler. Fatherland's formulaic detective plot smacked a little too strongly of paperback pulp to arouse the interest of the high literati, but the European dystopia Harris constructed was compelling, and the book sold millions even before it was made into a fairly lacklustre television miniseries. In Archangel, his third novel, (I'll skip over 1995's uninspired Nazi-thriller, Enigma) Harris turns his attention from Germany to Russia, and the quality of his storytelling seems to have benefited from the change of locale.