Extractions: Thursday Night Hikes: Summit Avenue East Hike Architecture Notes, Part 3.1 Observations on Architectural Styles, Part 3.1 Summit Avenue East Hike Assembled by Lawrence A. Martin Minneapolis, Minnesota August 10, 2001 Specific Structures. 490 Summit Avenue: Addison Gardner Foster House [See note on Johnston for 476 Summit Avenue.] 495 Summit Avenue: Cyrus B. Thurston House , Built in 1881; Queen Anne/Italianate in style. The structure is a two story, 5131 square foot, four bedroom, four bathroom, one half-bathroom, brick house, with a detached garage. Cyrus B. Thurston was the owner of a carriage and agricultural implements business and later ran a cold storage warehouse on Eagle Street in St. Paul. Dr. Rudolph J. Schiffmann resided at this address from 1895 to 1905. 500 Summit Avenue: Dr. Cornelius Williams House , Built in 1904 (1881 according to Ramsey County property tax records); Georgian Revival in style; Thomas Holyoke, architect. The structure is a two story, 4560 square foot, seven bedroom, three bathroom,one half-bathroom, brick house, with a detached garage. The house was built for $8,000. The house is situated sideways on the lot because it was designed originally for a lot in downtown St. Paul, the site of the current Roy Wilkins Auditorium, and when Williams decided to build on Summit Avenue instead, in what previously was part of an apple orchard, he turned the house sideways rather than having the architect redesign it to better fit the lot. William A. Hardenbergh resided at this address in 1914.
Donald Donald Davidson (18931968) American poet. Donald Ogden Stewart (1894-1980)American playwright. Donald Alfred Davie (1922-1995) British poet. http://www.geocities.com/edgarbook/names/d/donald.html
Filmoguia Translate this page Stewart Donald Ogden. D ramaturgo y guionista americano (Columbus,Ohio, 1894-Londres, GB, 1980). Antiguo actor, brillante autor http://www.filmoguia.com/mostrar/?context=STEWARTDONALD
Oxford English Dictionary: Newsletter The novelist Edna Ferber (18871968) and the satirist Donald Ogden Stewart (1894-1980)were eventually invited to the Table, but by the end of the twenties http://www.oed.com/public/news/9701.htm
Extractions: WELCOME FREE TOUR ENTER OED ONLINE ... Help Linked Table of Contents Editorial The First Word on the Algonquin Round Table How the Dictionary of Caribbean English Usage (DCEU) came to be done Appeals list ... Addresses In this issue of OED News we have an interesting account from Professor Richard Allsopp of the background to his recently published Dictionary of Caribbean English Usage , which highlights the difficulties of data collection and organization faced by all lexicographers. We also have a contribution from Stuart Silverstein, a writer and attorney who lives in Los Angeles, and is editor of Not Much Fun: the Lost Poems of Dorothy Parker (New York: Scribner, 1996). Mr Silverstein is a regular contributor to the OED , and has found hundreds antedatings in the works of Parker and her circle. We would also like to acknowledge valuable help from Japanese scholars: Professor Hideo Hirooka of Osaka has generously provided the project with copies of his books Dialects in English Literature and Thomas Hardy's Use of Dialect , as well as several articles by himself and Masako Hirooka.
Vintage Etiquette Bibliography In two volumes. Vol. 1, 1896, E, P, Chicago 18941896 Rand, McNally (PJP). Stewart,Donald Ogden, Perfect Behavior, A Guide For Ladies And Gentlemen http://www.vintagedance.net/bib/E11.html
Extractions: Welcome to Andy Jewell's Vintage Etiquette Bibliography Last updated 21 Dec 1998. 159 entries in this category out of 1340 entries total. It's really long, so I apologize for the wait. See also my bibliographies on Dancing (In English) Dancing (non-English) Games Health Etiquette Cookbooks Music Costuming Other ... Anti-Dance , and Everything Don't know what some of the columns and/or symbols mean? See the legend Any corrections, additions or comments eagerly awaited author title pub date lang who other A Gentleman Etiquette for gentlemen E H A Gentleman Gentleman's library E S London 1760 Browne 5 ed. (OSV)(does not specifically treat ballroom etiq.) A Gentleman The laws of etiquette; or, Short rules and reflections for conduct in society. By a gentleman E HLSj #242 Philadelphia, Carey, Lea, and Blanchard, 1836. In a rapidly growing consumer market for etiquette manuals during the nineteenth century, this is an example of a manual that attempts to reinforce the authority of its contents by suggesting legal foundations in its title as well as the qualifications of its author, in this case "A Gentleman." The straightforward chapters include "Good Breeding," "Dress," "Balls," and "Funerals." Reissued throughout the 1840s, much of the manual is a paraphrasing to earlier texts. 172 p 14 cm;LOC: BJ1852.L28 Agogoz Hints on etiquette and the usages of society E P London 1947 Turnstile Alcott, Wm. A.
Vintage Etiquette Bibliography In two volumes. Vol. 1, 1896, E, P, Chicago 18941896 Rand, McNally (PJP). 14 ed.(PJP). Stewart, Donald Ogden, Perfect Behavior, A Guide For Ladies And Gentlemen http://www.vintagedance.net/bib/E14.html
Extractions: Welcome to Andy Jewell's Vintage Etiquette Bibliography Last updated 21 Dec 1998. 159 entries in this category out of 1340 entries total. It's really long, so I apologize for the wait. See also my bibliographies on Dancing (In English) Dancing (non-English) Games Health Etiquette Cookbooks Music Costuming Other ... Anti-Dance , and Everything Don't know what some of the columns and/or symbols mean? See the legend Any corrections, additions or comments eagerly awaited author title pub date ... lang who other A Gentleman Etiquette for gentlemen E H Bergh, Lillie d'A.. Correct social usage E H New York N.Y. Society of Self-Culture (HUW-H5079.03.12) also 1909 Cabrella, Countess of Ladies' science of etiquette E H Philadelphia n.d. Peterson (HUW-H5078.43.3) Day, Charles W. Hints on etiquette and the usages of society E H Boston 1858 Ticknor Also 1844 F.A. Ladies' pocket book of etiquette E H n.p. 1928 Golden Cockerel (PJPxb)(HUW; H 5078.38.2) Leslie, Miss (Eliza) Miss Leslie's behaviour book E H 1972 (HUW-H5078.59.21) Marennes, M. le vicomte de Manuel de l'homme et de la femme comme il faut F H Paris 1855 Librarie Nouvelle (HUW-H5078.55)
Alfred A. Knopf Inc. Records, Index Desmond, 1924 426.3 Stewart, Don (PLAYBOY) 776.3 Stewart, Donald Ogden, 1894- (New Yorker) 398.4, 426.3, http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/research/fa/correspondents/aakcors16.html
PROJECT GUTENBERG OFFICIAL HOME SITE -- Listing By AUTHOR Etext Card ID 1548 - Stewart, Donald Ogden, 1894-. - Parody Outline of History, A - Urbana, Illinois (USA) Project Gutenberg. - First Release Oct 1998 - ID1548 Results from the links included below are bringing to our Search Engine. AUTHOR Stewart, Donald Ogden, 1894-. AKA ADD. http://www.promo.net/cgi-promo/pg/cat.cgi?&label=ID&ftpsite=ftp://ibiblio.org/pu
MSN Entertainment - Celebs: Donald Ogden Stewart Born November 30, 1894. Died August 2, 1980. Had he so chosen, Ohioborn DonaldOgden Stewart could have lived the life of a wealthy socialite instead of http://entertainment.msn.com/celebs/celeb.aspx?c=124445
Untitled Robert Louis, 18501894 Stewart, Cal, 1856-1919 Stewart, Donald Ogden, 1894- Stockton, Frank Richard, 1834-1902 Stoddard, http://www.quux.org:70/Archives/gutenberg/authors.txt