Extractions: Please note: It was decided not to index all letters from President MacKenzie and President Gregg as it would only increase the size of the index and would serve no useful purpose. However, there are entries under each name and these usually refer to correspondence during their transition to the position of President, or, prior to, or following their period as President. AUTHOR INDEX SERIES 1 AND 4 Gregg, Milton F. MacKenzie, Norman A. M.
Truchas 8/03/01 Presentation by Hugo Achugar and Mabel Moraña. A joint project between Western MichiganUniversity and Marquette feminine subject in La esposa del Dr. Thorne. http://www.latinamericanbooks.com/lablitcrit.html
Extractions: (Editors) Uruguay. Imaginarios culturales, Tomo I: The first of three volumes on Uruguayan cultural history focuses primarily on Uruguay from the Conquest to the early 20th century. Essays include: the birth of Creole consciousness; the value of oral and written word in Montevideo; nation and citizenship; the history of Uruguayan theater; nationalist imagery in Juan Zorrilla de San Martin and Eduardo Acevedo; and modernization, naturalism and Creolism; among others. ISBN: 9974322235 $32.00 Aguilar, Ricardo A Barlovento. Ricardo Aguilar is the Director of the Instituto de Estudios Chicanos y Latinoamericanos, as well as head of Santiago: LOM Ediciones, first edition, 2000, 259p., notes, tables, b/w photos. Col. Sin Norte. A collection of essays, stories, articles and testimonies, this book examines the history of liberation theology and the Catholic Church in Chile, focusing on the Church's changing social stance from the 1960s to the present. The book explores the evolution of liberation theology starting with the II Vatican Council and continuing with the human rights movements during the tumultuous Pinochet regime. The authors are theologians, sociologists, journalists, and religious leaders who took part in the events related in this book.
Keene State College - College Relations Office This initiative is a joint effort between students, faculty, and (to 3/9). ExhibitionVisions in Cloth and Clay. Thorne. Mabel Brown Room, Student Center http://www.keene.edu/cro/currentcn.cfm
Extractions: Former Slave Speaks at Inaugural James D. Ewing Lecture Francis Bok, who escaped slavery in the Sudan and now works for the American Anti-Slavery Group in Boston, and Dr. Charles Jacobs, president of the AASG, will be the speakers at Keene State Colleges first James D. Ewing World Affairs Lecture. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Thursday, April 10, at 7 p.m. in the Mabel Brown Room of the Student Center. The James D. Ewing World Affairs Lecture Endowment is named in memory of James Ewing, who was the owner and publisher of The Keene Sentinel from 1954 to 1993. The Endowment has been established to bring speakers to Keene State College and the Keene community to address current public or world affairs issues. In their address, Modern Day Slavery, Bok and Jacobs will challenge the belief many Americans have that slavery ended in 1865. According to the AASG, about 27 million people worldwide are enslaved today more than at any other point in history.
Ha - New General Catalog Of Old Books & Authors Study Of The Ku Klux Klan (ps Thorne DOUGLAS) n Nicolas) LARBAUD) Priscilla HAGON(see Mabel Esther AL Henry Sale HALBERT (M 1837 Jan 14 ?) joint Creek War http://www.kingkong.demon.co.uk/ngcoba/ha.htm
Extractions: Follow these links for explanations of the of this catalog, its condition of use , the dates , the general abbreviations , the language abbreviations , the nationality abbreviations electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing selling or valuing old books. If you have any corrections, additions or other suggestions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org N BE nee GY E) James HACKSTON (see: Hal GY Power Of Will (305e)  Mastery Of Self [?] Christopher HADDON (see: John Leslie PA LMER) Sir, Francis Seymour HADEN (M: 1818 Sep 16 - 1910 Jun 1) Berta ( nee LO FR nee Q D D W ... Q The Ivory Child [?] The Mahatma And The Hare [?] The Wizard [?] Elissa [?] The Wanderer's Necklace [?] Beatrice [?] The Virgin Of The Sun [?] The Lady Of Blossholme [?] Love Eternal [?] Swallow [?] Stella Fregelius [?] LO NGSTREET) Stephen (H A) HAGGARD (M: 1911 Mar 21 - 1943 Feb 24) William HAGGARD (see: Richard Henry Michael CL LA RBAUD) Priscilla HAGON (see: Mabel Esther AL LAN) Albert HAGUE (see: Albert MA HU JA I nee I A I I nee BR W g The Scarlet Woman [?] Emanuel HALDEMAN-JULIUS
Www.ibiblio.org/gutenberg/etext04/r195310.txt abroad 26Feb25, AI6804), A855869. R107485, 16Feb53, Margaret Cole GDH Cole (A)COLE, MARGARET, joint author The death of a millionaire. SEE Smith, Thorne. http://www.ibiblio.org/gutenberg/etext04/r195310.txt
Sydney Book Auctions ANTHONY TROLLOPE (5) Doctor Thorne + Barchester Towers Worn front joint detaching Boils First Series 1900 + Portfolio of Peter Possum 1858 + Mabel Forest The http://users.bigpond.net.au/luce/cat3f.html
Stella & Rose's Books Unpaginated, 10 x 8 . Spine a little damaged and front joint slightlycracked. by Jenny Thorne £30.00. by Mabel Lucie Attwell £120.00. http://www.stellabooks.com/cats/html/alice.htm
Extractions: ALICE CATALOGUE Terms: Cash with order plus postage at cost 350859 Carroll, Lewis Ill. by Marjorie Torrey £28.00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND c 1964 VG None Glazed pictorial boards. Large format. Beautiful colour illustrations. Small sticker to front pastedown. Published by: Purnell 703381 Carroll, Lewis Ill. by John Tenniel £2.50 ALICE IN WONDERLAND nd G+ None Pictorial card wraps. B/w illustrations. Covers a bit faded and grubby. Published by: Scholastic Book Services 322804 Carroll, Lewis ALICE IN WONDERLAND nd VG- None Green cloth spine. 10.5 x 7.5". Colour plates and b/w text illustrations. 140pp. Front board has picture of Alice, Mad Hatter, King Of Hears, White Rabbit and Dormouse together. Boards and spine edge worna dn bumped. Neat name and address to front endpaper. Contents faintly foxed. A nice copy! Published by: Birn Brothers Ltd 704536 Carroll, Lewis Ill. by D.R. Sexton £8.00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND c 1944 G+ None Spine and corners a little bumped. Covers slightly grubby. Front free endpaper missing. Published by: Juvenile Productions Ltd 313039 Carroll, Lewis Ill. by John Cooper £3.50
Extractions: This is a Belgium Murder case (1881-1882) involving three brothers, told in narrative form shrouded in a Sherlock Homes type of mystery. The confusing plot includes love, adultery, financial intrigue, and embraces several countries and cities, including Antwerp, Brussels, Paris, London, and San Francisco. Husband of young heiress shot to death, identity of murderer a mystery, difficult to unravel. Narrative ends in suicide. Go to Murder subdivisions MURDERCANADA Coffin, Wilbert, defendant.
Obituary: Boneyard Press group of bouncers from local bar Mabels (where On opening night the joint was packedtwenty child pornography charges (based on Frank Thorne's comic Devil's http://www.boneyardpress.com/obituary/Obituary.html
Extractions: Boneyard Press was first conceived while college student Hart D. Fisher was slaving over a drawing table in his basement apartment. This book, Dark Angel Dark Angel, roll from the presses, but those that did would never forget it. Dark Angel was a vicious bloodletting ball of anger and misanthropic hate, a comic that took pity on nothing and no one. A fitting beginning to the company Boneyard Press would become. Dark Angel #1 nd issue, with a painted cover by Batman artist Kelley Jones, entered stores in August of that same year. Issue 3, with a Vincent Locke painted cover, was released in October, 1991. Rectum Errrectum became the 1 st Russian comic ever printed in America. Eric was a college professor at the University of Illinois Fisher had met during his studies in printmaking. A horrifically funny and brutally grotesque of a comic, Rectum Errrectum was a fine addition to a company whose birth slogan was "We own the Shadows" and "Too tough for color." Boneyard Press was a company determined to scare the shit out of comics readers and capture the dark side of comics as its own infernal playground.
Papers Collected From International Conferences In German. Papers related to joint Conference with the University of Karluhe, 2426October 1991. In German. CICP1. Scarone, Mabel. SRIAHM. Thorne, Robert. http://www.icomos.org/usicomos/bibliography.html
Extractions: Updated 16 September 1996 The following compilation of titles represents papers that have been presented at various international conferences, symposia, etc in the recent and not so recent past or that have been published in various journals. All are on file in the library of US/ICOMOS. Members are welcome to consult them at the US/ICOMOS office during working hours, with a previous appointment. Texts are organized alphabetically, first by country, and then by author's last name. Documents are listed according to the country of origin of author, and in some cases, by the geographic subject matter. The author's name is followed by the title of the paper, and by a code that indicates the symposium where the paper was delivered, or its original place of publication. The coded abbreviations are explained below: Abbreviations Texts AFRICA/ the SAHEL Devisse, Jean. Urban History and Tradition in the Sahel, DAKAR82. Guibbert, JJ. The Ecology and Ideology of Cities on the Edge of the Desert. DAKAR82.
Extractions: Inquire When ordering, please specify the catalog or list number as well as item numbers. Our online inventory uses a secure server for credit card orders. It is only necessary to order the first book from our lists through the secure server. Subsequent items can be ordered as a group via ordinary e-mail, since we will already have your credit card and shipping information from the first order. 1. A. M. A. Archives of Neurology. Inquire Order 2. Abramson, Harold A., ed. Problems of Consciousness: Transactions of the First Conference March 20-21, 1950, New York, N.Y. [New York]: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, . 8vo. 1st Edition. 200pp. Black cloth. A very good copy in edgetorn dust jacket. (OP). Contains Kleitman's "The Sleep-Wakefulness Cycle;" ZIlboorg's "Psychoanalytic Concepts of Sleep and Dreams;" Henry K. Beecher's "Perception of Pain annd Some Factors That Modify It;" Margaret Brenman's "The Phenomena of Hypnosis;" and Hudson Hoagland's "Consciousness and the Chemistry of Time." Weight: 1 pound 5 ounces = 609 grams. SIZE: 23 x 15.5 x 1.5cm. Inquire Order 3. Achté, Kalle, et al, eds.
Extractions: Contains original poems, correspondence, and a commonplace book of the Abbott family of New Jersey, but the bulk of the collection consists of family documents, such as marriage certificates, deeds, bonds, promissory notes, receipts, surveys, and bills of sale, as well as other legal papers. Charles C. Abbott Papers Consists of Abbott's papersdiaries, manuscripts of essays on natural history, correspondence with family members, publishers, and learned societies, documents, and photographswith some family papers of the 1700s and 1800s. The collection reflects Abbott's life-long interest in the investigation, observation, and description of nature and Indian archaeology in the Delaware River Valley of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Selected Papers of Neilson Abeel Consists of selected papers of Abeel (Class of 1924), including typescript and carbon copies of about 24 poems ("New Jersey Evening," "Gay Head," "Homecoming," etc.); letters by John Finley, Wilson Farrand, Edith Bolling Wilson, and others; and miscellaneous documents, photographs, and printed matter.
ACE News Notes: September 2001 Fe Institute, New Mexico) are the joint editorsin Cavalli-Sforza, Francesco Cavalli-Sforza,Sarah Thorne, and Heather 2001 at the Arnold Mabel Beckman Center http://www.econ.iastate.edu/tesfatsi/ace0901.htm
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Extractions: Hetty Wainthropp is a British senior citizen. On her 60th birthday, she takes a part-time job at the post office and soon becomes suspicious of a young couple who come in each week to cash a pension check. Hetty investigates and discovers a brutal murder of an elderly woman. Her escapade into the world of the private eye inspires her to open the Wainthropp Detective Agency. Hetty is assisted by Geoffrey Shawcross, a teenager she caught shoplifting ["Ill need a sidekick. They all have one"]; Robert Wainthropp, her retired husband; and Det. Chief Insp. Adams.
Obituaries and a son, Michael; his wife, Mabel (Jennings), predeceased him. two daughters, MargoWalker and Rose Thorne, a son He was enrolled in a joint degree program at http://www.harvard-magazine.com/archive/01mj/mj01_notes_obits.html
Extractions: Current Issue Back Issues Home Class Notes Classifieds News Research New England Books Etc. Harvard Links Contact Us Advertising Edited by Deborah Smullyan '72? ABRAHAM DAVID SPERBER '21, M.B.A. '23, died February 6 in Hollywood, Fla. He was retired vice president of Lerner Shops, now Lerner Corp., of New York City, where he worked for 38 years and was manager of the coat and suit division. He leaves his wife, Charlotte (Delfiner), a daughter, Elizabeth, and three stepchildren, Joan, Nancy, and Kenneth Stanley. RODERICK DONALD MCKNIGHT '23, of Dearborn, Mich., died October 31, 2000. He worked in the field of automotive advertising before owning a commercial printing company. In retirement he worked as a volunteer at Bon Secours Hospital. He leaves two daughters, Ann Burkart and Ellen Brennan, and two sons, Roderick and Samuel; his wife, Celeste (Moons), and a cherished grandson, Dylan, predeceased him. EDWARD HOLLAND BATES '25 died September 29, 2000, in Santa Barbara, Cal. He managed the family ranch in Carpinteria, Rincon del Mar, before starting a second career as a building contractor in Santa Barbara. He leaves his wife, Julia (Bygrave) '30, a daughter, Cynthia Thoreson, and a son, Channing.
Devon Local Studies Service. Biographies. EK. ISBN 1871164168 (Record no 14832) WSL s920/FOR Ford, Fred. joint SocialHistory Project. Reynolds, Mabel Edith. Shebbear James Thorne , 1863. http://www.devon.gov.uk/library/locstudy/name-e.html