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  1. Myths and Legends of the Great Plains by KATHARINE BERRY JUDSON (editor), 2007-12-23

81. --- Nom De Guerre - B ---
Charlotte Bookman Charlotte Shapiro Zolotow (author/Editor, (tv actor) NedBuntline Edward Zane Carroll Judson (politician/originator of dime novel )
Last Updated on 9/30/02
Howie B: Howard Bernstein (Scottish music producer/deejay/keyboardist with and Bjork ) Jazzie B: Beresford Romeo (English rap singer with Soul II Soul Blondie Hazzard ous parts, b1954) P.D.Q. Bach: Peter Schickele (musical composer/educator/satirist, b1935) Sebastian Bach: Sebastian Bierk (Broadway star/lead singer of metal band Skid Row Bagdad Cafe Out of Rosenheim (1988 film directed by Percy Adlon) Baha'U'Llah: Mirza Husayn Ali (Persian philosopher/founder of the Baha'i faith, b1817 d1892) F. Lee Bailey: Francis Lee Bailey (celebrated attorney, b1933) * James Bailey: James A. McGinnis (co-owner of Bucks Fizz Jackass Dime Mystery Waltzing Matilda Weird Tales Penthouse Pink Floyd , b1946) Sir J.M. Barrie: James Matthew Barrie (playwright) Mona Barrie: Mona Smith (Australian movie actress, b1909) Wendy Barrie: Nargaret Wendy Jenkins (English movie/tv actress/tv hostess, Oky Doky?, b1912 d1978) Chris Barron: Chris Gross (singer/musician with Spin Doctors The Dead Boys Days Of Our Lives Shine On Harvest Moon PM Dawn Monsieur Beaucaire Leave It To Beaver Dallas Schoen -berg and Bel-mont Benji movie actress, b1898 d1986) Bunny Berigan: Roland Bernhart (singer/trumpeter/bandleader, b1908 d1942) Anthony Berkeley: Anthony Berkeley Cox (British mystery writer) Busby Berkeley: William Berkeley Enos (director/choreographer, b1895 d1976) Milton Berle: Milton

82. Practical Theology Reference Guide
Children s mission yearbook for prayer study / Christina Berry. Louisville, Ky . Hymns and tunes an index / by Katharine Smith Diehl. Theology Reference/ref-guide--praxis.htm
Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA
Reference Tools and Resources:
"Practical Theology area studies center on the functioning of the theologian as a minister with a concern to train students to be ministers and to lead other persons in ministering. Studies in this area . . . help [students] to take their biblical and theological understanding and deal with whatever issues they face during their ministry." From the Seminary Catalog
Printed tools on Practical Theology
Items found in the Reference Collection, JBCL 2nd Floor West
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Printed Resources for Practical Theology
Items found in the Reference Collection, JBCL 2nd Floor West "Studies in this area consider the dynamics of the minister's role as pastor evangelist leader of worship preacher ... teacher , and administrator. Seminary Catalog
See also: Abstracts of Research in Pastoral Care and Counseling in the Reference Area Index Shelving BACK TO TOP
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Accessible from the Reference Computer Cluster PCUSA Digest
Book of Church Order
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Hymn Society in the United States and Canada
For those who...

83. Talking Book Topics--May-June 1998, Adults Nonfiction
The legal Editor of the Wall Street Journal examines how seven juries reached Katharine reluctantly took over and became by some accounts the most
Talking Book Topics
May-June 1998
Books for AdultsNonfiction
Books listed in this issue of Talking Book Topics were recently sent to cooperating libraries. The complete collection contains books by many authors on fiction and nonfiction subjects, including biographies, classics, gothics, mysteries, romances, and others. Contact your cooperating library to learn more about the wide range of books available in the collection. Cassette books are labeled with the code RC and play at 15/16 ips. To order books, contact your cooperating library. Note: For the information of the reader, a notice may appear immediately following the book description to indicate occurrences of strong language, explicit descriptions of sex, or violence. The word "some" before any of these terms indicates an occasional or infrequent occurrence, as in "some strong language." A Mouthful of Rivets: Women at Work in World War II RC 40825
by Nancy Baker Wise and Christy Wise
read by Barbara Rappaport
2 cassettes
Nancy Baker Wise was among the many women who stepped into jobs left vacant by World War II soldiers. She and her daughter interviewed 137 others like her to describe that experience. The women discuss the types of jobs taken, the training provided, the attitudes of male co-workers and supervisors, the effects on the women's home life, and their displacement after the war. 1994.

84. Library News
Crime and criminals opposing viewpoints / James D. Torr, book Editor. the secret to building a successful business on your own / Bruce Judson.
Library News Volume 18 Number 3 March 2005 contents
CELEBRATE WOMEN'S HISTORY CONNECTING TO OUR DATABASES FROM YOUR HOME COMPUTER! Now you can connect to our online subscription databases, such as EBSCO and InfoTrac from your own home computer with your college username and password (the same as you use to access your campus email account). Be patient as our campus computer folks iron out some remaining issues, but you should be able to connect right away to the main database vendors, using a special login screen. Access to individual databases directly is still under construction, however. Remote access to the subscription databases on our Library web pages is permitted through campus authentication of students, faculty and staff only. Guests and community patrons can access the databases on site only. INFORMATION LITERACY TO BE ASSESSED ON CAMPUS As a part of a General Education assessment plan for SUNY campuses, student learning outcomes in several subject areas will be measured. In particular, Information Management, which is defined as a group of computer and library research skills, will be evaluated through an appraisal of a representative sampling of student research work. We will attempt to measure the extent to which our students have met a standard of competence set by us and by SUNY.

85. Marge Campbell Gray - Newspaper Extractions
In the case of Isabelle DECKER vs Judson DECKER for divorce, Stephen LYON ofSpring Hill and Miss Katharine WILSON were married at the home of the
NEWSPAPER EXTRACTIONS Meshoppen Enterprise, Wyoming County, PA 1 October 1897 Posting some of my extractions from a microfilm.
I do not have any other information, hope these are a help to others.
Friday, 1 Oct 1897 Thomas KENNEDY, an employee of the creamery at Wysox m/Miss Mattie DETRICK of
Meshoppen on Wednesday. Henry W. MEEKER, a well known Northern Central engineer of Elmira, died on Tuesday at the
Inter-State Fair, when a timber from the top of the grand stand fell on him killing him instantly.
David BUNNELL a veteran soldier, fell dead from his bicycle, near the entrance gate, of an
apparent heart attack. Friday, 8 Oct 1897 William J. HAWKE of Nicholson spent Friday and Saturday with his bro, Samuel HAWKE, who
owns the monument, tombstone business.

86. Mystery And Suspense Cinema Trivia, Aa-
Editor Saar Klein Cast Matt Damon (Jason Bourne), Franka Potente (Marie), Cast Pierce Brosnan (James Bond), Halle Berry (Jinx), Toby Stephens (Gustav

James Bond Series
Mystery and Suspense Cinema Trivia, Aa-
Science Fiction Cinema Trivia
Horror and Fantasy Cinema Trivia
Aa, Ha, ... Sa
Mystery and Suspense Cinema, Aa-
The Adventures of Sherlock Homes * (aka Sherlock Holmes
Director: Alfred Werker
Screenplay: Edwin Blum, William Drake
Producer: Gene Markey
Music: Cyril Mockridge
Photography: Leon Shamroy
Cast: Basil Rathbone (Sherlock Holmes), Nigel Bruce (Dr. Watson), Ida Lupino (Ann Brandon), Alan Marshal (Jerrold Hunter), George Zucco (Professor Moriarty), Terry Kilburn (Billy), E. E. Clive (Inspector Bristol), Mary Gordon (Mrs. Hudson), Henry Stephenson (Sir Ronald Ramsgate),
Released by: Twentieth Century Fox
Based on: Character: Sherlock Holmes, by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Series began with: The Hound of the Baskervilles Air Force One Director: Wolfgang Petersen Screenplay: Andrew W. Marlowe Producer: Music: Photography: Visual Effects: Cast: Harrison Ford (President James Marshall), Jurgen Prochnow (General Radek), Gary Oldman (Korshunov), Glenn Close, Wendy Crewson, Liesel Matthews Released by: Date: 1997, 110 minutes. Color.

87. Not In Our Name - Signers With Surname Beginning With J
Jackson, Katharine Meave. jackson, kris a, graphic designer Johnson, Tom,Labor Union Writer/Editor; United Steelworkers of America. Johnson, Travis
Last Name First and Middle Names Comment Jaar Alfredo artist Jabara Abdeen attorney; past president; American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee Jabara L.Jean Jabbour Jennifer Anne Jaber Michele Jablinske Maureen human (your sister) Jaccaz Pascal IRM Jaccoma Albert Teacher NYC Board of Ed. Jacinto Elena Jean Jacinto Rita M organnic farmer Jacir Emily Jack Jack Fiona Jack Valari Jack Philip D. Jackinsky-Horrell Emilie Sara Jacklich Sheila M. High School Jackman Lakshmi Remodeling Contractor Jackman Rosemary Jackowski Jeff Jacks Robin Co-Founder; Southern Girls Convention Jackson Jackson Amy McCrimmon wise middle aged woman Jackson Andrew Jackson Ann Theresa Jackson Benjamin Allen Jackson Bruce Jackson Carl Jackson Carrie j. Jackson Catherine Jackson Ceri Jackson Christopher Mental Artillery jackson chuck spoken word artist/educator Jackson Cindy Jackson Connie Lee Jackson Craig Jackson Craig Leslie Jackson Daniel Jackson Darlene Vivien Am an Elder w/no credit card Jackson David L. Jackson David Paul Student/artist Jackson Diane Jackson Elisabeth Lotze Jackson Ellen P. Jackson Erica Faith individual Jackson Erin Rae Jackson Faith Lorna n/a Jackson Galen Richard Jackson Gene Jackson Gill Jackson Gill Ruth Mother Jackson Harry Cody; Wyoming /Capezzano P. (LU) Italy / Betio Island; Tarawa Atoll; Kiribati

88. Colorado State University Departmental Listing
A5 Engineering Bldg HARPER,Judson Prof Emeritus KARIM,M Nazmul Professor Veterinary Teaching Hospital LUNN,Katharine Assistant Prof 2970316 145
C Departments
Updated 10/06/04. Departmental Listings: A B D E ... Back to Search Departmental Listings: A B D E ... Back to Search

89. Robert Haven Schauffler: An Inventory Of His Correspondence At The Harry Ransom
In 1904, he married Katharine de Normandie Wilson, who died in 1916. Schauffler held positions as Editor of Nassau Literary Magazine (19011902),
TARO Repository Browse List Print Version Raw XML File (73k) ... Accessing Materials Described Here
Descriptive Summary Biographical Sketch Scope and Contents Restrictions ... Series I. Correspondence, 1872 -1964
Robert Haven Schauffler:
An Inventory of His Correspondence at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
Descriptive Summary
Creator: Schauffler, Robert Haven, 1879-1964 Title: Robert Haven Schauffler Correspondence, Dates: Abstract: The correspondence of this American author and musician covers a wide variety of topics, including poetry and music. RLIN Record #: Extent: 6 boxes, 3 oversize folders (2.5 linear feet) Language English. Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin
Biographical Sketch
Schauffler held positions as editor of Nassau Literary Magazine (1901-1902), music editor of The Independent (1903-1904), and was a special contributor to Collier's Weekly Century Outlook Success Atlantic (1911), and

90. New Library Acquisitions New In April 2005 Call Number Title/Info
572.86 W334d. DNA the secret of life / James D. Watson, with Andrew Berry. 973.7 K559zm. KillCavalry the life of Union General Hugh Judson
New Library Acquisitions: New in Summer 2005
Call number Title/Info Publisher Info Location Conducting research literature reviews : from the Internet to paper / Arlene Fink. Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c2005. Circulating Collection. Dark white : aliens, abductions, and the UFO obsession / Jim Schnabel. London : Hamish Hamilton, 1994. Circulating Collection. Upgrading and repairing PCs / Scott Mueller. Indianapolis, Ind. : Que, c2005. Circulating Collection. Introduction to programming using Visual Basic .NET / Gary J. Bronson, David Rosenthal. Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2005. Circulating Collection. Hardening network security / John Mallery ... [et al.]. New York : McGraw-Hill/Osborne, c2005. Circulating Collection. The art of computer virus research and defense / Peter Szor. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Addison-Wesley, 2005. Circulating Collection. Chicago : Society of American Archivists, c2004. Library Office. Describing archives : a content standard. Chicago : Society of American Archivists, c2004. Library Office.

91. 1900 Directory- Scott Co, IA "D"
Danielson, Miss Marie wks St. Katharine s Hall, r same Danielson, Miss Minnie,dom 410 e 14th Davis, Emerson D wife Julia A trav agt r 610 Judson
Scott Co, Iowa USGenWeb Project Davenport Times
Davenport, Scott, Iowa
Saturday, March 10, 1900

Errors in Names and Locations and Any Changes From the Way the Names Appear
in The Times, Including Removals, Must be Reported to the Office or the
Directory Manager in The Times Building Within 48 Hours From This Evening,
as These Names Will go in Book Form Then.
Daasch, Miss Alma,wks F. Haak, r 1504 w 4th
Daasch, Miss Elsie R, wks N Kuhnen Co r 1643 w 4th Daasch, Miss Emma wks F Haak, r 1504 w 4th Daasch, Ernest, wife Lena, lab r 1504 w 4th Dahl (See also Dall) Dahl, Otto, wife Sophia, r 1552 Leonard Dahms, Adolph, wife Kate R, barber 421 w 3d r 1210 w 3d Dahms, Charles H, molder Metal Wheel Co r 1131 w 7th Dahms, Edward r 1131 w 7th Dahms, Gustav, photog. 218 Brady, r 1210 w 3d Dahms, John J, wife Catherine r 1225 w 7th Dahms, Wm, wife Diana, r 420 w th Dailey (See also Daly) Dailey, Cecelia, wid Lawrence, r 1730 Marquette Dailey, Frank, driver, r 1222 Harrison Dailey, James, lather r 1730 Marquette

92. Papers Of Russell J. Blattner, M.D.
Editor SZ Levine, Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc., Chicago, Ill. Russell Vietti, TJ, Sullivan, MP, Berry, DH, Haddy, TB,Haggard, ME and Blattner, RJ
Back to Table of Contents LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
2. Etiologic Studies of Sporadic Cases of Encephalitis Occurring in the St. Louis Area in 1938. Am. J. Dis. Children, 59: 509-14, 1940. Russell J. Blattner, E. H. Lennette and M. G. Smith. 3. Virus Infection and Virus Immunization by Use of Chick Chorio-Allantoic Membranes. (Trans. Am. Ped. Soc.) Am. J. Dis. Children, 60: 756-57, 1940. Russell J. Blattner. 4. Experimental Transmission of St. Louis Encephalitis to White Swiss Mice by Dermacenter Variabilis. 5. Trypan-Blue Vital Staining in Studies of Virus Lesions on Chorio-Allantoic Membranes. Am. J. Path. 18: 163-67, 1942. Jean V. Cooke and Russell J. Blattner. 6. Unilateral Paralysis of the Diaphram without Involvement of the Brachial Plexus. J. Pedi. 20: 223-29, 1942. Russell J. Blattner. 7. The Use of the Egg Protection Test for the Recognition of St. Louis Encephalitis in Human Subjects. J. Infec. Dis. 70: 226-30, 1942. Russell J. Blattner and Jean V. Cooke. 8. Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Odontogenesis Imperfecta (Hereditary Opalescent Dentin). J. Dent. Res. 21: 325-26, 1942. Russell J. Blattner, H.B.C. Robinson and Florence M. Heys.

93. Carmel High School Alumni Association
Katharine Reiff Curtis Englund Bettina Moss Tim Erskine Danny Falge Leroy FalkenbergJr. Judson K. Boone Marc Bordonaro Eric J. Borsting Annette Walklet
Class Lists
For current Carmel High School class information ('05-'08) please visit
For late breaking, up-dated alumni news, periodic classmate notes, recent event photos
(batch of All-School, All-Class All-Alumni Reunion 2003 pics),
old yearbook "mystery" photo "contests," interactive dialogue and comments,
you must be a paid Alumni Association member to visit "CHSAA Satellite On.Line."
To register and pay on.line go the "Membership" link (menu below) on this site or click here
If you are currently a CHSAA member please email me
and I will send you the satellite web site "password."
Please Note: The classes of 2001, 1998, 1992, 1991, 1988, 1986, 1980, 1947, 1944 and 1941 currently do not have class representatives. Some of the classes from 2002 through 1982 are not listed although the Classes of 1990 and 1982 will be posted in the near future. If you would like to be a Representative for your class please email or call Michael Gahagan at 209.536.1143. Class representatives efforts are devoted to providing news flashes, tidbits, etc. about classmates for the Class Notes section of the newsletter, keeping track of classmate moves, helping with updated or compiling class lists, acting as a clearinghouse and networking for developing reunion contacts, committees for their class reunions in partnership with the Alumni Association. There can be co-class reps or even small committee-groups as class representatives. Those names in the class lists that are highlighted in red can be clicked on for an email address and message link. Let us know at

94. I.S.H.A. / U.s. Ski Hall Of Fame
William Banks Berry, a Western ski journalist who rediscovered the early California Judson, William David, Jr. 1997 Kiaer, Alice Damrosch Wolfe 1969
The U.S. Ski Hall of Fame Class of 2002 official site of
U.S. Ski Hall of Fame
U.S. Ski Hall of Fame The most prestigious and most-discussed repository of the ski history of the United States, both as an institution and as real estate, resides in a beautifully architected building on Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the town of Ishpeming. Known simply as "the ski hall of fame" The building contains the hundred-and-some photos and biographies of its Honored Members, chosen by the institution. It is also a museum, with three-dimensional displays of important facets of U.S. ski history, and it is a library containing over a thousand books pertinent to ski history. A HISTORY OF THE U.S. SKI HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM
The most prestigious, most-discussed repository of the ski history of the United States is both an institution and real estate residing in a beautifully architected building on Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the town of Ishpeming. Known simply as "the ski hall of fame," the building’s signature display consists of the three hundred-and-some photos and biographies of its Honored Members, chosen by the institution. It is also a museum, with three-dimensional displays of important eras of ski history, and it has a library containing over 1500 books pertinent to ski history.

95. Grace Cavalieri Papers
Stuart is on the faculty of Oberlin College and Co Editor of Field Magazine . 9/76 The Poet and the Poem Judson Jerome interviewed on his farm in
Catalog ALADIN Site Index Ask A Librarian ... Collections
Grace Cavalieri Papers Preliminary Finding Aid
Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Series Descriptions
  • Sub-Series: Gargoyle Recordings Introduction As of June, 1995, this finding aid is preliminary, designed to capture as much information as possible about the 11 cubic foot collection as it now exists. With the exception of one videotape cassette, this collection consists entirely of audiotape recordings. Roughly half are recorded in reel-to-reel magnetic audiotape format. These reels appear fragile and will have to be reformatted to cassette format to be used by researchers. Additionally, service copies of all of the recordings should be made before they are made available for general use. Production of the final finding aid for this collection is dependent upon reformatting and creating service copies of these recordings. Cavalieri has recently expressed her interest in donating additional personal papers and materials related to her writing, including manuscripts of her plays. The collection was donated by Grace Cavalieri in December of 1989 as part of the Washington Writer's Archive. Cavalieri has since donated copies of her books of poetry as they are published. These published volumes of Cavalieri's poetry, along with the volume of the WPFW Poets Anthology, which she edited, are shelved in the Department of Special Collections stacks. While the donor transferred all her psysical rights to the collection materials upon their donation, she does retain certain literary property rights to the materials. The audiotapes in this collection consist mainly of recordings of arts and literature-oriented radio programs which were produced by Cavalieri for the Washington, D.C. non-commericial radio station WPFW-FM 89.3 between 1975 and 1989. The largest portion of these tapes were recorded between 1977 and 1986.
  • 96. Amateurs
    Jack McMorrow, the Editor of a smalltown newspaper (created by Gerry Boyle); Harley Manners, a professor of psychology (created by Charles Judson
    Back to Martin Kich's Homepage Back to Index Page of Detective by Profession The Amateurs: AuthorsMystery and Suspense Novelists AuthorsMystery Critics AuthorsTrue Crime AuthorsRomance Novelists ... Groups Devoted to Detecting The Amateurs Authors: Mystery/Suspense Novelists: Benedict Carey (created by Nigel Fitzgerald); Raymond Chandler ("created" by William Denbow); Agatha Christie ("created" by Gaylord Larsen); Wilkie Collins ("created" by John Dickson Carr, in The Hungry Goblin); Wilkie Collins ("created" by William J. Palmer); Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ("created" by Walter Satterthwait); Jose Daniel Fierro, an author of crime novels (created by Paco Ignacio Taibo II); Jessica Fletcher (created by William Link and Richard Levinson; Donald Bain); Dashiell Hammett ("created" by Joe Gores); Dashiell Hammett ("created" by Stuart Kaminsky); J.D. "Jack" Hawkins (created by W.R. Philbrick); Ingrid Langley (created by Margaret Duffy); Charles Latimer (created by Eric Ambler); Mallory (created by Max Allan Collins);

    97. University Of Delaware: SIR GERALD BARRY CORRESPONDENCE
    By 1925 Barry had become the Editor of the Saturday Review, contributing a popularcolumn He remained Editor until February 28, 1930, when he resigned,
    Special Collections Department
    Sir Gerald Barry
    Manuscript Collection Number
    Accessioned : Purchase, April 1993
    Extent : ca. 580 items (1 linear ft.)
    Content : Letters, clippings, galley proofs, pamphlets, photographs, speeches, reviews, lists, and reports.
    Access : The collection is open for research.
    Processed : July 1994, by Anita A. Wellner for reference assistance email Special Collections or contact:
      Special Collections, University of Delaware Library
      Newark, Delaware 19717-5267
    Table of Contents
    Biographical Note
    British journalist and administrator Sir Gerald Reid Barry was born November 20, 1898, in Surbiton, County Surrey. Educated at Marlborough College, Barry was selected in 1916 to attend Corpus Christi, Cambridge, where he planned to study history; however, World War I intervened, and between 1917 and 1919 Barry served in Great Britain's Royal Air Force, attaining the rank of captain by the end of his service. Following the war, Barry became a journalist, writing lead articles for the

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