Extractions: 7-31-1952 (Mt. Vernon) Harris, James Madison Harris, Jerry 3-5-1947 (Tellico Plains) Harris, Jim 4-23-1947 (Madisonville Rt. 4) Harris, Josie Richey Harris, Josie Richey Harris, Julia Dixon Harris, Lloyd Harris, Luther Harris, Luther Harris, Margaret 10-22-1947 (Mt. Vernon) Harris, Mary Jane Harris, Miranda *7 Harris, Nancy Harris, Nannie *12 1-18-1950 (Tellico News Letter) Harris, Parrion R. Harris, Prudie Harris, Robert Harris, Robert Harris, Ruth Harris, Sam (Mrs.) Harris, Woodie
Robert Harris | AUTHOR CATALOG Random House will alert you to new works by author Robert Harris! Email Address *Birth date. January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August http://www.randomhouse.com/author/results.pperl?authorid=12040&view=tracker
Extractions: 3 linear feet Papers of a St. Louis, Missouri, lawyer active in the St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee, the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Lawyers Guild, Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State (PAOU), and other organizations relating to the Bill of Rights and civil liberties. Harris specialized in litigation on union issues and free speech during the period of the House Un-American Activities hearings, segregation, and the rights of married women to continue teaching. The Harris Papers were donated to the University of Missouri on 15 April 1961, by his widow Roberta L. Harris (Accession No. 3473). Harris was an unsuccessful candidate for the Missouri State Senate in 1944 and was defeated in his 1948 bid for the Republication nomination for state senator. Harris served as vice president of the National Lawyers Guild and was active in the St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee for many years. He was the attorney during the original investigation into the 1942 beating death of Edward Melendes, a Mexican citizen held in a St. Louis police cell. Harris was also the attorney during the long appeal process of Al Friedman v. the International Machinists Union. Harris was an organizer of the St. Louis Chapter of Protestants and other Americans United for Separation of Church and State (POAU) in 1952, served as its secretary until his death in 1960, and was on the organization's national advisory council. The POAU was a non-professional organization to which Harris devoted his legal talents and most of his free time. The propaganda of the POAU was primarily anti-Catholic. Harris, who believed that Catholic dogma prohibited the separation of church and state, anticipated undue influence by the Pope and other church officials upon citizens and elected officials. He was the author of several pamphlets on church-state separation. Harris was a member of the official board of St. John's Methodist Church in St. Louis.
Emmanuel College - Former Students - Lost Members 1950. Anderson, Alan Ross. Avis, Geoffrey George. Berry, Robert Emmanuel Harris, Peter. Lawrence, Daniel David. Roberts, John Elias. Smith, Peter Ernest http://www.emma.cam.ac.uk/former/lost/lostbydecade.cfm?decade=1950
Extractions: A B C D ... Z Abatemarco, Vincent, 1972 Abbott, Lafayette, 1920 Abdo, Nicholas, (mgr.) 1946-47 Ackerson, James, 1941 Ackley, Gerald N., 1948-49-50 Ackley, Willard D., 1919-20 Acocella, Angelo, 1947-48 Agnew, W., 1913-14 Ahearn, W.J., 1914-15 Albergo, Christopher J., 1969 Albright, Edward M., Jr., 1954-55-56 Allen, George W., 1919-20 Allen, Robert, 1926 Alley, John, 1970-71-71 Allis, W. E., (mgr.) 1905 Althouse, Donald B., 1957 Althouse, Donald R., 1952-53 Amico, Louis V., 1950-51 Anderson, Howard R., 1936-37-38 Andre, Keith, (mgr.) 1930 Andreas, Lewis P., 1920 Anstaett, Carroll, 1947-49 Antonelli, Partick T., 1962-63 Argento, Michael C., 1938 Arnold, Richard, 1938-39-40 Atwell, C. B., 1902 Averill, Denniston, 1936 Darby, S. E. Jr., (mgr.) 1912 Darr, Richard L., 1954-55-56 Damon, Kent J., 1964 Dascoli, Michael, 1946 Davis, David B., 1906 Decker, Aron, 1942-43 Decker, A. W., 1913-14 DeFrancisco, John A., 1966-67-68 Deming, Jume, 1927-28-29 Demong, Charles W., 1903-05 Dennebaum, Paul J., 1965-66 Depumpo, Phillip, E., (mgr.) 1942 Desilva, H. C., 1912-13 Desilva, Perter A., 1961 Dexter, B. T., 1910-11-12 DeYoung, John, 1934-35 Diaz, John F., 1952-53 Dibello, John A., 1964 Dillon, John, 1946-47 Dinneen, James, E., 1904 DiPace, Daniel, 1941-43 Dixon, Eldon, (mgr.) 1940 Dixon, Joe, 1927 Dixon, Robert, 1919 Dolinski, Yaroslan, 1936 Dollard, Edward A., 1905-06-07-08 Dollard, Robert, J., 1942 Dorio, Frank, 1937 Dotterer, Henry J., 1950 Driscoll, George T., (mgr.) 1926 DuBray, Edward, 1906 Duffy, Richard, 1963-65 Dunne, Robert, 1970
Extractions: A B C D ... Z Ackely, Albert, 1925 Altman, Edward R., 1953 Anderson, Roland, 1938-39-40 Armstrong, Robert, 1958-60 Ash, Duane, 1948-49 August, Robert, 1-71-72-73 Avery, David, (Mgr.) 1940-41 Avery, Edward R., 1953 Balnis, Pete, 1927 Bnazed, Robert A., 1960-61-62 Bantle, Louis (Mgr.) 1948-49 Bates, Richard, 1962-63-64 Bates, Russell R., 1966 Battles, Philip M. III, 1966 Beghardt, George, 1948 Bell, Harry, (Mgr.) 1926 Bellows, John, 1956 Benjamin, Bradford L., 1967-68-69 Berthold, Paul, 1943 Beyer, Frank F., 1967-68-69 Bilyk, Donald C., 1966-67 Black, Harry K., 1968 Boeheim, James A., 1964-65 Bolton, Bruce, 1942-43 Bright, Andrew, 1946-47-48-49 Buchsbaum, Barry J., 1965-66 Burgess, Richard, 1946-47 Burke, Donald E., 1954 Burkland, Oscar, 1936-37-38-39 Bushee, Joseph E., 1967 Case, George B., (Mgr.) 1950-51 Cawley, Clyde C., 1963-65 Chapman, Bradley, 1973 Chieholm, William B., 1965 Connor, John T., 1934-35-36 Conway, William E., 1960-61 Corey, Robert S., 1958 Dadey, Thomas, 1954-56 Daly, James, 1942-43 Daniel, Roger S., 1958 Dempster, Alex, 1926-27 DiPasquale, Donn A., 1960-61 Donelson, Floyd, 1926-27 Dritz, Michael A., 1957-58 Dubiel, Robert S., 1962 Duquetto, Garg, 1971-72
Extractions: Ed Harris era un muchacho atlético, que destacó en fútbol americano en el Instituto y consiguió una beca para acudir en 1969 a la Universidad de Columbia. Tras dos años en esta universidad se trasladó con su familia a Oklahoma, en donde comenzó a estudiar interpretación. A mediados de la década de los 70, Harris representó obras de teatro en Los Angeles, acudiendo también al Instituto de las Artes de la localidad californiana de Valencia. Por esa época debutó como actor de televisión, apareciendo en episodios de series como Lou Grant o Hart to hart.
Uabio Harris, Robert A. Harris, Robert M. Harrold, Michael Joseph Thornburg, PaulMarcellus, 19011950 Thrift, Inez Esther, 1892-1986 Tillman, Opal Ione http://dizzy.library.arizona.edu/branches/spc/uabiogr/uabio.htm
Extractions: University of Arizona Biographical File has both photographs and printed materials of numerous UA faculty and staff, dating from 1867 to present. Individual files vary in content and size, containing biographical sketches, resumes, clippings and photographs. Since the photographs are interspersed throughout the collections, not every folder will have images. Access to the material is through an index guide arranged alphabetically by last name. Most individuals have their own folder, otherwise, the information will be found in the general folders for each letter. A B C D ... Z A Acuna, Ed
Other Collectins 5, High School Yearbook, 1950. 6, High School Yearbook, 1951 Persons Robert D.Robinson, Peter Harris, Molly B. Swann http://americanhistory.si.edu/archives/d9475-1.htm
Extractions: (10 Cubic Feet: DB19, F/O2, ShB6, 1 Paige, 1 OS Folder) by: Franklin A. Robinson, Jr., February 2001 History The Robinson family acquired land and began raising tobacco in Prince George's County, MD in 1843. The property consisted of over 170 acres by the end of the 19th century and included a dwelling, tenant house and various outbuildings. At lease two more tenant houses were constructed by Frank A. Robinson in the early 20 th century. While the principal crop remained tobacco, other grain crops were grown and a flock of sheep was raised. By the 1950s-1960s the Robinson family was farming over 1,000 acres in Prince George's and Charles Counties, MD, through a combination of lease and direct ownership. The Via family acquired land and began raising tobacco and livestock in Prince George's County, MD, by 1949. The property consisted of thirty acres of owned property and included a dwelling and small outbuildings. The Via family was also employed off the farm. By 1956 the Via family had moved to Calvert County, MD and was engaged in farming full-time on approximately 150 acres of owned property, raising tobacco, small grains and livestock. The Robinson family continues farming on approximately 275 acres of owned property in Benedict, Charles County, MD. By 1993, the Via farm had been reduced to approximately five acres of owned property which is no longer farmed. (See more detailed history at Appendix III)
Extractions: var AID="07005088_1"; With the exception of his indefatigable apologist Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., historians have been much harsher toward President John F. Kennedy than pundits and journalists were during and immediately after his brief administration. ...cold-war policy, Wofford saw it-and persists in seeing it-as pointing in the opposite direction... ...Unlike his brother, Robert Kennedy finally acquired "the courage to appear soft... ...HERE as at other places Wofford's account would be merely risible were it not so disturbingly serious... ...would at last chart a new course in world affairs... ...of a driver, and above all not that of a back-seat driver," says the author of this insightful history... ...837 Indianapolis, Indiana 4625088/COMMENTARY NOVEMBER 1980 ment policy of Truman and Acheson and move in the direction of conciliation urged by Bowles and other liberals in the 1950's... ...It was appropriate therefore that Wofford should in 1962 become deputy director of the Peace Corps... ...If this book by Harris Wofford, a special assistant in the Kennedy White House and long-time liberal idealist, is any indication, the prospect does not seem likely...
Extractions: More search options View more collections from the Manuscript Division Letter from Allen Tate to Archibald MacLeish, April 23, 1943 (1) Letter from Allen Tate to Robert Penn Warren, March 26, 1945 (1) Letter from Archibald MacLeish to Allen Tate, May 1, 1943 (1) Letter from Archibald MacLeish to Augustus E. Giegengack, July 14, 1943 (1) ... Legal
BPJ Author Index H 1950-2005 Trusting Your Life to Water and Eternity, trans. by Robert Bly, rev. Robert H.Glauber, 1 (Winter 19501951), 30. Hayes, Terrance http://www.bpj.org/index/H.htm
Extractions: Questions? Return to The Political Graveyard main page Index to Politicians: Morgan MORGAN: See also William Hopkins Beck August Belmont Louis B. Blissard Edgar Clarence Ellis ... Larry D. Swann Morgan, Mrs. A. B. Utah County , Utah. Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Utah, Female . Still living as of 1936. Morgan, Mrs. A. J. See Louise Elaine Morgan Morgan, A. J. Hancock County , W.Va. Republican. Member of West Virginia Republican State Executive Committee , 1955. Still living as of 1955. Morgan, Aaron Wetzel County , W.Va. Member of West Virginia state house of delegates from Wetzel County, 1885-86, 1889-92, 1901-02, 1905-06. Burial location unknown Morgan, Albert M. Monongalia County , W.Va. Republican. Candidate for U.S. Representative from West Virginia 2nd District, 1954; U.S. District Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia, 1956-61. Still living as of 1961. Morgan, Annette Noble (c.1938-2001) Annette Morgan Jackson County , Mo. Born in Kennett, Dunklin County , Mo. Daughter of John W. Noble . Democrat. School teacher ; member of Kansas state house of representatives 39th District, 1981-97.
Extractions: Questions? Return to The Political Graveyard main page Index to Politicians: Chappel to Charyl Chappell, Allen Alexander (b. 1889) Allen Chappell Sumter County , Ga. Born in Americus, Sumter County , Ga., January 24, 1889 . Member of Georgia state house of representatives , 1933, 1937-39; member of Georgia state senate , 1935; member of Georgia public service commission Methodist . Member, Freemasons Shriners Elks Burial location unknown Chappell, Bill See William Venroe Chappell, Jr. Chappell, Charles A. U.S. Representative from Nebraska 1st District, 1944. Still living as of 1944. Chappell, Charles C.
Robert Utley Read Robert Utley s presentation to the 7th Cavalry, Ft. Hood, In 1950, atthe battlefield, I met an officer who would become a friend until his death http://www.friendslittlebighorn.com/Robert_utley.htm
Extractions: Peace Through Unity Home Board of Directors Join Friends Site Map The Battle Archeology Memorials Little Bighorn Store Presentation 7th Cavalry, Ft. Hood, Texas Webmaster's Note: On October 2, 2003 Friends' Director, Robert Utley was the keynote speaker at the annual formal ball of the First Squadron, Seventh Cavalry, at Fort Hood, Texas. Utley told me, "These guys are still gung-ho. When saluting, they say 'Garryowen.' I got a thorough tour of one of their 16 big tanks and 16 Bradleys converted for recon purposes. The sophistication is awesome, the shock probably would be too, against a conventional enemy. As they are the first to concede, however, their kind of power is not well suited to what is happening in Iraq. They deploy early next year. Some 700 officers and EM with spouses turned out in formal attire. They don't wear the usual dress-uniform cap but the old wide-brimmed cavalry hat with cross sabers and the regimental crest. I even saw some sporting spurs and asked the Command Sergeant Major about them. He said they were not an affectation. You had to earn them with a two-day course in horsemanship." T hank you, Colonel Salter, for that generous introduction. Even so, Im going to have to get a bit autobiographical, as background for some of the things I want to say.
R.D. Lewis Robert D. LEWIS. Associate Professor. Ph.D. McGill University (1992) Industry The Geography of North American Cities, 19001950 a Reinterpretation, http://www.geog.utoronto.ca/info/facweb/rdl.html
Extractions: e-mail: email@example.com Manufacturing Montreal: The Making of an Industrial Landscape, 1850-1930. (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2000). "Redesigning the Workplace: the North American Flexible Factory in the Interwar Period." Technology and Culture (In press). "A City Transformed: Manufacturing Districts and Suburban Growth in Montreal, 1850-1929," Journal of Historical Geography, 27 (2001): 20-35.
Robert Emmett Keane Robert Emmett Keane Filmography, Awards, Biography, Agent, Discussions, Photos,News Articles, Bullrush s Lawyer; There s a Girl in My Heart (1950) . http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0443891/
Extractions: When Gangland Strikes (1956) .... Judge George Walters The Atomic Kid (1954) .... Mr. Reynolds A Life of Her Own (1950) (uncredited) .... Hosiery Man The Toast of New Orleans (1950) (uncredited) .... Opera Board Member Hills of Oklahoma (1950) .... Charles Stevens Please Believe Me (1950) (uncredited) .... Gambler at Roulette Table Father Makes Good (1950) .... Seton
Dec 11 - Author Anniversaries Jr, aka Robert CONWAY 1950 Eirug Price WYNNE (ps Eirug WYN) 1965 Sarah 1704 Sir, Roger L ESTRANGE 1731 Robert Chevalier, dit de BEAUCHESNE http://www.kingkong.demon.co.uk/aa/dec11.htm
Extractions: If you find a person's date of birth or death on this page and want to find that person's date of death or birth, or other information, try looking them up in the New General Catalog of Old Books and Authors pages. Born: nee nee )Fonville PENICK 1898: Elizabeth Margaret ZANDONINI 1899: Andrew Karl LARSON 1900: Prof, Bertram V A LOW-BEER 1901: John (Moors) CABOT 1901: Joseph Easton McDOUGALL (II) 1901: Michael (Joseph) OAKESHOTT 1902: Norman Leigh WEATHERALL 1903: Earl HUTCHINSON, Sr 1904: Marjorie BUELL, nee HENDERSON 1905: Heikki AALTOILA 1905: James Playsted WOOD 1905: Pare LORENTZ 1905: Robert David Quixano HENRIQUES 1906: Birago (Ismael) DIOP 1909: Ethel LONGSTREET, nee ? 1909: Ronello B LEWIS 1910: Marianne HAUSER, Mrs KIRCHBERGER 1910: Prof, John Manuel COOK 1910: Prof, Patrick Joseph HAMELL 1910: Prof, William Dennis ELCOCK 1910: Reginald CUDLIPP 1910: Sir, Robert GRIEVE 1910: Willard R ESPY 1911: Henry Vincent KEMP, aka Harry KEMP 1912: Zvi KOLITZ 1914: Eugene P CRONKITE 1916: Bruce (Wallace) ARISS 1917: Hyman WEINTRAUB 1918: Aleksander (Isayevich) SOLZHENITSYN [Nobel-1970] 1918: Clinton ADAMS 1919: Digby (Johns) McLAREN 1920: Maurice FREEDMAN 1921: Prof, James David EBERT 1922: Anne/Annie Jessie MARSHALL, nee nee QUINN Died: nee WEBB 1926: Sir, William Augustus TILDEN 1929: George Percy JACOMB-HOOD 1929: Prof, William R ARNOLD 1932: Moye WICKS 1933: Sir, William WHITLA 1935: Charles George CRUMP 1936: Prof, Wilfred Walker GRUNDY 1938: Christian Lons LANGE 1943: Victor MAPES 1945: John William MACKAIL 1947: John McNAUGHER 1948: Robert Stephen BRIFFAULT 1948: Sir, Clarence Henry Kennett MARTEN 1949: Clifford Kennedy BERRYMAN 1950: Sir, John Francis William JAMES 1951: Christopher ADDISON, 1st Viscount ADDISON of Stallingborough 1952: John Allen HOWE 1952: Sir, William Cecil Dampier DAMPIER
WebGED: Noyes Family Data Page In his will he bequeathed all his estate to Robert and Sarah Harker, his daughterand sonin-law 9 SEP 1950 in St. John, St. John, New Brunswick, Canada http://noyes.rootsweb.com/wga52.html