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Denslow E Henry P. Eames Pianist and lecturer. Graduate of Northwestern U. He established the Omaha School of Music and was connected with the musical departments of several schools including U. Published over 30 songs and choruses. Made 14 annual concert-lecture tours of America and several abroad.
Member of Lancaster Lodge No. Earhart Shipowner, manufacturer and oil executive. From he was owner of vessels on the Great Lakes; from was engaged in the manufacture of machinery and from was president and chairman of the board of the White Star Refining Co.
He was director of the National Safety Council at one time. Member of Scottish Rite. Painted numerous portraits of Andrew Jackson, q. Earle Chemical engineer.
He graduated from George Washington U. He discovered and developed lithium soap lubricating greases used in aircraft manufacture.
Also originated and developed all-purpose hydraulic oil and chemical polar compounds for thin film preservation of metallic surfaces against corrosion. He developed an aircraft carbon monoxide detector and pioneered the discovery of a series of chemical compounds known as phenyl-ammonio salts used as a mycotic drug in South Pacific.
Raised in Delnorta Lodge No. Earle Governor of Pennsylvania, Holds honorary degrees from several universities. Associated with father in sugar industry at Philadelphia and later in Chicago. He founded Flamingo Sugar Mills in Philadelphia and was active in various business activities until appointed envoy and minister E.
In he was minister to Bulgaria and in assistant naval attache at Istanbul, Turkey. Member of Lodge No.
Earling Vice president of U. May 29, at Milwaukee, Wis. Easley Brigadier General, U. July 11, at Thorp Spring, Tex. Graduated from Texas A. Commissioned in and advanced through grades to brigadier general. June 19, and buried in 96th Infantry Div. Easterbrook Chief of chaplains, U.
He was ordained as a Methodist minister in He was commissioned a chaplain in the Army by President McKinley in and served as such in the Philippine Insurrection from He was in WWI with U. On return to U. Louis and first attorney general of Missouri.
May 4, at Litchfield, Conn.
He studied law in the office of Ephraim Kirby, q. In he went to Washington, D. Following his death, letters were found in his effects from Col.The Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom. Located on the upper level of the National Archives museum, is the permanent home of the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States, and Bill of Rights..
Designed by architect John Russell Pope as a shrine to American democracy, the ornate Rotunda with its soaring domed ceiling also features two murals by Barry Faulkner.
“The Bear,” which was included in William Faulkner’s collection of seven fiction pieces in “Go Down, Moses” in , has been called a short story. It’s also been labeled a novella. At 40, words or so, it is considered by many to be a novel. Works | Journalism | Chronology | Biography | Photos | Marxists Internet Archive.
The William Morris Internet Archive: Chronology This chronology was created by and. This detailed literature summary also contains Bibliography and a Free Quiz on The Bear by William Faulkner. Although several versions of "The Bear" exist, the one most commonly read comes from William Faulkner's novel, Go Down, Moses.
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