Franklin Marshall - Lost Alumni List Robert S. Wolfe, 1950. Robert V. Yost, 1950. Class of 1951 Robert G. Harris,1953. Joseph M. Ramirez, 1953. J. Bradley Smoker, 1953 http://www.fandm.edu/x7066.xml
Extractions: Krista Mattern by fax: (717) 358-4416 or phone: (717) 291-4172. Thanks for your help! Updated 04/08/05 Jump to: choose year Decade of the 1920s Ernest U. Morazan C. Harold Snyder Miles S. Cliff Irving E. Jacobs George D. Rowan Alfred J. Ullian Decade of the 1930s Richard S. Beckley Luke S. Berlin Samuel M. Bowman John H. Crist Jr. Breese M. Dickinson George E. Dickson Stewart H. Lutz John H. Schmidt Frank W. Shaner Cyril F. Snyder Edward A. Basler Martin D. Garfield David I. Seeligsohn, D.D.S. Andrew C. Smith Albert L. Stinner C. Harry Suhr Theodore C. Petow Harry E. Fisher, Th.D. Henry C. Leblang Saul Roshovsky Harry K. Wampole, Esq. William D. Watson C. Jay Willman Richard C. Gardner John M. Lamb Edward W. Macrum Joseph K. McCormack Wayne D. Meyers Jack E. Robison David E. Van Dyke Jr. David S. Williams Anthony Alfe Charles E. Davis Morris D. Fox, M.D. Joseph F. Gill John J. Maurer James M. McTavish Theodore P. Noun Richard A. Press Francis D. Connelly
Information Resources Walter Edward Harris, January 18, 1950. The Honourable James Langstaff Bowman,February 23, 1950 The Honourable Robert Henry McGregor, December 21, 1960 http://www.pco-bcp.gc.ca/default.asp?Language=E&Page=informationresources&Sub=pr
Extractions: Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1953 URL to cite for this work: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/EcoNatRes.MinYB1950 Search for word or phrase within this work: Minerals yearbook 1950 Foreword , Forbes, J.J. pp. iii ff. Preface , Fischman, Leonard L. pp. v-vi Contents , pp. vii-viii Review of the mineral industries in 1950 , McGann, Paul W.; Fischman, Leonard L. pp. 1-28 Statistical summary of mineral production , D'Amico, K. Joyce pp. 29-74 Employment and injuries in the mineral industries , Reese, Seth T. pp. 75-89 Abrasive materials , Chandler, Henry P.; Tucker, G. E. pp. 90-107 Aluminum , Blue, Delwin D. pp. 108-125 Antimony , Renick, Abbott; Wright, E. Virginia pp. 126-133 Arsenic , Kemp, Arnold S. pp. 134-138 Asbestos , Bowles, Oliver; Barsigian, F.M. pp. 139-148 Asphalt and related bitumens , Redfield, A. H.; Sims, Elizabeth pp. 149-158 Barite , Arundale, Joseph C.; Barsigian, F.M. pp. 159-168
Extractions: Robert Harris Chapman [1919-2000], was born in Highland Park, Illinois. He attended Princeton University and in 1941 graduated with a degree in English. He served as a Lieutenant in the U. S. Navy during World War II and his wartime duty was in Morocco. In 1950 he started his career at Harvard University, where he retired in 1989. His courses were popular with undergraduates and included Modern Drama, Playwriting, Theatre History, British Theatre of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, and George Bernard Shaw. He became a Professor of English Literature, was an accomplished playwright, a theatrical consultant, and Director of the Loeb Drama Center at Harvard University. He was a colleague and long-time friend of Robert Penn Warren.
Extractions: Donald Cook Bertha Harris Services for Bertha Louise Harris were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Burden First Baptist Church. The Rev. Ryan Carpenter officiated. Burial was in Burden Cemetery. The congregation sang Amazing Grace and Turn Your Eyes upon Jesus. Tammy Carpenter was the vocalist and Wanda Mackey the organist for special music. Honorary casket bearers were Harriss grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Casket bearers were Charles Harris, Robert Harris, Jack Harris, Donnie Harris, John Lawson and Bob Lawson. Memorials have been established with Alzheimers and Related Diseases and the Burden First Baptist Church. index Danny Lee ARKANSAS CITY Danny Lee, 65, of Arkansas City, died Dec. 19, 2002, at his home.
Amherst College Archives And Special Collections Study alcove 229, Given in memory of Benjamin F. Harris, by Mrs. Benjamin F.Harris and John Faculty study 202, Gift of Robert K. Moses, Class of 1935 http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/info/librnamedspaces.html
Extractions: Aids ... Library The Library was, in large part, funded anonymously in 1965, with the proviso that it be named for the poet Robert Frost , who taught at Amherst College, off and on, for more than forty years. In 1997, with the donors' consent, their identity was made public and a plaque was placed in the main lobby, to the right of the main entrance. It reads: Robert Frost Library John C. Haas, 1940 Within the Library, many individual rooms and areas were funded by other donors, often named in memory or honor of a favorite teacher, classmate, or relative. The spaces thus donated and named are listed below, arranged by floor. Jump to Floor Level: A B Search by Donor Name: Select from the list below: Adhvaryu, Nishtha J., Class of 1996
Artist's Biographies Robert Colescott A Retrospective, 19751986, San Jose Museum of Art, 1989 Willard Gallery, New York, 1949, 1950-1954, 1957 Museum of Modern Art, http://www.artgallery.umd.edu/driskell/exhibition/artists/bio.htm
Extractions: I ** IBSEN, Herman L. VF IMMASCKE, Francis W. VF INFIELD, Dr. 1938 VF A INGERSOLL, Everett Harold 1938 VF IRELAND, Harry A. VF IRWIN, Casey VF IRWIN, Don L. VF Q ** QUINBY, Ada VF QUINBY, Frank VF QUINBY, Ida VF QUINLAN, L.R. 1940 VF A QUINLAN, L.R. 1949 VF A QUINLAN, Leon R. 1964 VF QUIRING, Virginia 1972 A QUISENBERRY, Karl VF XYZ ** YAMANI, Sheikh Ahmed VF YAPP, George VF YARROW, Alfred Fernandez VF YATES VF YEAGER VF YEE, K.S. 1973 A YEO, Barbara VF YEOMAN, C.O. VF YEOMAN, W.J. VF YEUTTER, Clayton VF YOKE, Dick 1960 A YONG VF YOST, W.N. VF YOUMANS, Rita L. VF YOUNG, A.M. VF YOUNG, Elmer W. VF YOUNGE, Elmer 1955 A YOUNGSTEDT, G.J. VF
Extractions: 20.4 m of textual records. Roderick Haig-Brown, author, environmentalist and Justice of the Peace, was born in Sussex, England. He moved to B.C. in 1927, where he worked as a logger, trapper, guide and fisherman. He returned to England in 1929 where he remained until 1931 to publish his first book, Silver . In 1934 Haig-Brown and his wife Ann moved to Campbell River, B.C. and purchased their now famous residence in 1936. Haig-Brown's writings include books, articles and short stories about fish and fishing, books for and about boys and books on Canadian history. Haig-Brown was not only a writer but also a magistrate and judge of the juvenile court of Campbell River and Chancellor of the University of Victoria from 1970 to 1973. The fonds consists of biographical material relating to Roderick Haig-Brown, correspondence (1928-1974), and manuscripts of prose, articles, speeches, and broadcasts by Haig-Brown and others (ca. 1926-1976). The fonds also includes clippings of prose, articles, speeches, pamphlets and subject files. Much of the fonds relates to sport fishing in British Columbia and, more broadly, to the conservation of natural resources. Inventory [PDF] available.
UBC Archives - Information Services - File List 1950 Boudreau, Joseph Amedee History 1961 Boyd, William - Pathology 1951-72 Boyes, nd Harden, Arthur Robert - Romance Studies 1963 Harris, Robert I. http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/u_arch/infoser1.html
Extractions: Reviews ... Top Peer Reviewed Books Creeping Conformity How Canada became Suburban, 1900-1960 (University of Toronto Press, 2004). Changing Suburbs. Foundation, Form and Function, edited, with Peter Larkham (London: E and FN Spon, 1999). Unplanned Suburbs. Toronto's American Tragedy, 1900-1950. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996). Democracy in Kingston. A social movement in urban politics, 1965-1970 Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press (January, 1988). Editor (with G. Pratt) of a special issue on Housing Tenure and Social Class, Research Report Series. SB: 10, National Swedish Institute for Building Research, Gavle, Sweden. October, 1987.
Extractions: City, Town, County STATE DATE OF CASUALTY CATEGORY OF CASUALTY AZ ABBOTT JOHN D CPL ARMY MARICOPA ARIZONA 30 NOV 1952 KILLED IN ACTION ADAMS JOHN Q PVT ARMY MARICOPA ARIZONA 27 JUL 1950 KILLED IN ACTION ALANIZ ROBERT G CPL ARMY MARICOPA ARIZONA 30 NOV 1950 DIED WHILE MISSING ALDANA GERARDO R PFC ARMY COCHISE ARIZONA 02 DEC 1950 DIED WHILE MISSING ALDRIDGE HARRY H PVT ARMY MARICOPA ARIZONA 16 JUL 1950 KILLED IN ACTION ALVARADO SANTOS V PFC ARMY PINAL ARIZONA 29 JUN 1952 KILLED IN ACTION ANDERSON BILLY W SGT ARMY MARICOPA ARIZONA 01 JAN 1951 DIED WHILE CAPTURED ANDERSON RICHARD E PFC ARMY MARICOPA ARIZONA 20 JUL 1950 KILLED IN ACTION ARMENTA JOAQUIN A PFC MARINES HAYDEN ARIZONA 29 OCT 1953 DIED WHILE MISSING ASTOR WILFORD PFC ARMY GILA ARIZONA 03 SEP 1951 KILLED IN ACTION AVILES WILLIAM D PFC ARMY PIMA ARIZONA 15 OCT 1951 KILLED IN ACTION BACA FRANK S PVT ARMY APACHE ARIZONA 09 OCT 1951 KILLED IN ACTION BAZAN JESUS C PVT ARMY GILA ARIZONA 11 JUL 1950 KILLED IN ACTION BEAL EDWARD N CPL ARMY COCHISE ARIZONA 01 JAN 1951 KILLED IN ACTION BEAL LAWRENCE MAJ AIR FORCE
Extractions: City, Town, County STATE DATE OF CASUALTY CATEGORY OF CASUALTY ARIZONA BACA FRANK S PVT ARMY APACHE ARIZONA 09 OCT. 1951 KILLED IN ACTION CHEE JOSEPH CPL ARMY APACHE ARIZONA 04 FEB. 1952 DIED WHILE MISSING COHOE MAX H PFC ARMY APACHE ARIZONA 02 SEP. 1950 KILLED IN ACTION GIA GEORGE PFC ARMY APACHE ARIZONA 13 OCT. 1951 KILLED IN ACTION NEZ FELIX R PFC ARMY APACHE ARIZONA 25 OCT. 1951 KILLED IN ACTION RHOADS EDWARD W PFC ARMY APACHE ARIZONA 16 JULY 1950 DIED WHILE CAPTURE SANDOVAL LEOPOLD PFC ARMY APACHE ARIZONA 30 NOV. 1950
Extractions: Put exact phrases in quotes Search within Results by media type: We searched for: we found: results by media type: journal articles: magazine articles: newspaper articles: encyclopedia articles: Research Topics on: robert louis stevenson List All Research Topics Robert Louis Stevenson - 8175 results More book Results: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson to His Family and Friends - Vol. 1 Book by Sidney Colvin Robert Louis Stevenson ; Charles Scribners Sons, 1899 Subjects: Fiction Stevenson, Robert Louis1850-1894 THE LETTERS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON THE LETTERS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON TO HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS SELECTED...BIRTHPLACE OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON , EDIN BURGH 6 EDINBURGH... The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Vol. 2 Book by Robert Louis Stevenson Subjects: Fiction ScotlandHistory18th centuryFiction Stevenson, Robert Louis1850-1894
UIowa Libraries - Papers Of Lement Harris Farm Cooperatives and the Trusts by Lem Harris and Robert Digby. Making Hay by Lem Harris. Column in The Worker, 1948 1950. http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/spec-coll/MSC/ToMsc500/MsC475/MsC475.htm
Extractions: Addenda: Acquisition Note: This collection was d onated to the University of Iowa Libraries by Harris in August 1990. Access and Restrictions: This collection is open for research. Digital Surrogates : Except where indicated, this document describes but does not reproduce the actual text, images and objects which make up this collection. Materials are available only in the Special Collections Department. Please read The University of Iowa Libraries' statement on " " Use of Collections : The University of Iowa Libraries supports access to the materials, published and unpublished, in its collections. Nonetheless, access to some items may be restricted by their fragile condition or by contractual agreement with donors, and it may not be possible at all times to provide appropriate machinery for reading, viewing or accessing non-paper-based materials. Please read our Use of Manuscripts Statement Series Table of Contents Biographical note Scope and contents Box 1 Agrarian Department China
The Rudder 18911950. Builder Designer Atlantic 14, sailing skiff, 14 , Harris, Robert B.Sep 5039. Nokomis, racing scow, 30 9 , Amundson, Gus, Amundson, Gus http://www.mysticseaport.org/library/initiative/ruddervessels.cfm?mlet=N
F50 Robert E, Howard, CONAN THE CONQUEROR, 1, 1950, Gnome Press, Hb. Cover art byJohn Forte. Wyndham, John John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris. http://www.cafes.net/ditch/F50.htm
Extractions: F50 (1950-1953) Updated 18 January 1999 ASTOUNDING SCIENCE FICTION, 1950, May Issue, available in late April. First appearance of Hubbard's "Dianetics" Followed shortly by DIANETICS, (See below). Bradbury, Ray, THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES, 1, 1950, Doubleday. HB. DESTINATION MOON, Motion Picture, 1950. This was a historic film in many ways. It was the first true science fiction movie in over a decade; the first of George Pal's science fiction and fantasy films; and the first science fiction film which tried to present a cutting edge scientific idea (space travel) in an accurate way. The original script was by Robert Heinlein, based on his 1947 juvenile novel ROCKETSHIP GALILEO (entry). Space artist Chestney Bonestell's designs and space paintings were used through out (see Ley, 1950 entry, ) Garrett, Eileen J., SENSE AND NONSENSE OF PROPHESY, THE, 1, 1950, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, HB. See 1968 entry. Heyerdahl, Thor, KON-TIKI, 1, 1950, Rand McNally, HB.