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21. Torben Wolff
1973 (Caribbean, deep sea); american Thomas Washington for Biological Oceanography197076; vice-pres. Natural History Society, many biographies on zoologists
Invertebrate Department Torben Wolff Curriculum Vitae Born in Copenhagen (Frederiksberg) 21 July 1919. Graduated from Ordrup Gymnasium in 1938 (modern linguistic studies). Studied natural history and geography, qualifying as M.Sc. (cand.mag.) in summer of 1947. Participated meanwhile for 10 months (1945-46) as marine biologist in the Atlantide Expedition to West Africa. From 1947 to 1949 scientific assistant (half time) at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University and supply assistant at the Zoological Museum in charge of the crustacean collections. From 1 July 1949 employed by the Galathea Committee in the preparations of the Galathea Deep-Sea Expedition Round the World, participating (as deputy leader) from October 1950 to June 1952. From 1 Sept. 1952 assistant to the Secretary General of the 14th International Congress of Zoology in Copenhagen (in August 1953). From 1953 to 1957 guide in the Zool. Mus. exhibitions and in charge of the crustaceans, supported by the Danish State Research Foundation. Ass. Curator 1 April 1957 (with changeover to group contract basis in 1961) and Reader in Zoology 1 Sept. 1962. In February 1963 awarded the D.Sc. degree ("Systematics and Biology of Bathyal and Abyssal Isopoda Asellota", Galathea Report : 1-320), Ass. Professor (docent) in 1965, and Head of the Department of Marine Invertebrates 1966-77. External Examiner at Aarhus University 1966-75 and at Copenhagen University 1967-79. On leave for 3 years 1980-83 as Director of Danmarks Akvarium and, again, after retirement as curator in 1989, from 1990 to 1993. Since then continued work at the Zoological Museum.

Fellow, Amer Meteorology Soc (pres, 1984); Member Mailing Address american GeophysicalUnion; 2000 Florida Avenue DOE, 19951999; Assistant vice Chancellor for
Born New York, NY. Education : B.S., M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1949; M.D., Harvard Medical School, 1953; Ph.D. (biophysics), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1957. Professional Experience : Medical House Officer, Senior Assistant Resident, Chief Resident, Peter Bent Brigham, 1953-1960; Fellow of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1957-1958; Philip H. Cook Fellow in Radiology, Harvard, 1960-1968; Career Development Award, U.S. Public Health Service, 1965-1968; Instructor, Associate, Assistant, Full Professor, Anatomy/Radiology, Harvard, 1961-1989; Paul C. Cabot Professor of Medical Biophysics, Harvard, 1989-1997; Daniel C. Tosteson University Professor, Harvard, 1997-present. Selected Concurrent Positions : Director, Division of Nuclear Medicine, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1968-1992; Chief, Nuclear Medicine Services, The Children's Hospital, Boston, 1970-1978; Physician, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, 1982-present; Radiologist, Brigham and Women's Hospital, 1992-present; Director, MD-Ph.D. Program, Harvard Medical School, 1978-1982; Executive Dean for Academic Programs in the Faculty of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, 1978-1997; American Board of Nuclear Medicine, 1972-1978; National Council on Radiation Protection, 1978-present; Director, Whitaker Health Sciences Fund, 1981-1992; Board on Radiation Effects, National Academy of Sciences, 1998-present; Chair, University Advisory Committee on Human Subjects Research, 1998-present.

23. Breckinridge Biographies 1
supporter of woman's suffrage, she served as vicepresident of a charter member ofthe Chicago branch of the american Association of Social Workers (pres.
The text used in this website to narrate the biographies of several Breckinridge family members has been taken from several sources. It is not to be used as a primary reference for geneological research. This is a work in progress. Additional material and comments should be addressed to:, or to Alexander Breckinridge ( - ) Breckinridge Family , Alexander Breckinridge, a man of education, a native of Ulster Province, Ireland, came to America about 1739 and settled on land near the present site of Staunton, Virginia. He was accompanied by his wife, Letitia Preston, and by her brother, John Preston. Alexander Breckinridge and John Preston were Scotch-Irish Presbyterians and their ancestors had been Protestant since the Reformation. John Preston was the ancestor of the Prestons, Browns, Blairs, Marshalls, Woolleys, McDowells and other families. Robert Preston, a son of Alexander, by his first marriage, had two sons, Robert and Alexander, who settled near the present site of Louisville, Kentucky, in 1783. Robert was a subaltern officer in the Revolutionary army and after coming to Kentucky served in several Indian campaigns, was a member of the various conventions in the Territory of Kentucky and was the first speaker of the House of Representatives in 1792. The second wife of Robert Breckinridge, son of Alexander, was Letitia Preston, daughter of John Preston. The oldest child of this marriage was John Breckinridge.

24. Navtech's Instructor Biographies
and Remote Sensing, and the american Geophysical Union. on the ION Council twice asWestern Region vice president and work in GPS receiver dev., was ION pres.
- Site Navigator - To GPS Supply Home To Seminars Home 2003 Schedule Registration ... Site Search Navtech's Seminar Instructors Keith D. McDonald
McDonald is Navtech’s Technical Director and Chairman, is President of Navtech Consulting, a satellite technology consulting firm. He served as Scientific Director of the DoD Navigation Satellite Program and Executive Director of the Four Service Group, which initiated the Navstar GPS program in the early 1970's. He has broad experience in many aspects of GPS, including system engineering, signal structure, system operation, applications, and policy. He was awarded the Institute of Navigation’s Norman P. Hays Award in 1987 for his accomplishments in the advancement of navigation, and served as Vice Chairman and then Chairman of the first and second international ION satellite conferences. Mr. McDonald served as ION President in 1990-91 and in November of 1997, he became President of the International Association of Institutes of Navigation for a three-year term. He was a member of the National Academy of Science/National Research Council Committee on the Future of GPS, and has been instrumental in activities addressing the removal of SA and the incorporation of additional GPS civil signals, such as L5 to future generations of satellites.

25. Business Invoices 1900-1950
New York, NY, 1923, John C. McCall, 2nd vice pres. North american Mercantile Co Weindex biographies, directories, yearbooks, alumni guides, obituaries (necrology

JUDGES biographies. Had the honour to judge american Boxer Club futurity in 1989 PanamaKennel Club (Club Canino de Panama) (presently vice pres.) Has judged in
Barrett, Shirley, Pinehaven;, Nelson, NEW ZEALAND.
She is breeder of English Cockers since 1958 and breeder of Jack Russell Terriers since 1995. Has exhibited many of both breeds to their Ch. as well as Breed, Group and BIS wins. Has also owned and exhibited American Cockers, Afghans, English Pointers, English Setters and Dobermans. Has a long association with other breeds, such as Golden Retrievers, Shelties, Collies, GSD and Poodles. She is licensed All Breed judge and has been judging since 1978 throughout New Zealand and Australia USA and Canada.
Beam, Mrs. Maxine V, Texas, U.S.A. Professional handler, all breeds for almost 30 years, retired in 1972 and commenced judging in 1973.
Handled 3 poodles to win the Quaker Oats Ken-L award, first in 1956 with toy, "Ch. Blakeen Ding Ding" who was also top all breeds BIS that year, in 1957 the miniature poodle, "Eng/Am/Can Ch. Adastra Magic Fame" which was retired with 53 Bests, and in 1963 the miniature "Eng/Am./Can/Mex. Ch. Montmarte Marie Nina"
She handled "Ch. Rockmont's Glamour" in 1954 and won all 3 awards given by Amer. Boxer Club for bitch, most breeds, Groups and BIS, the wonderful BIS shepherd, "Ch. Royal Rogue of Long Worth", the Cairns "Ch. Milbryan McGillicuddy" and "Ch. Caihness Colonel" , the great Lhasa "Ch. Licos Kula La" and many others.

27. Biographies - Text
of cong.; under pres. 1880; Resident Physician, Bayview Asylum, 188081; vice-president,Maryland Society of the Daughters of the american Revolution Volume County/Biotext.htm
Calvert County Biographies - A through G Home Calvert County History Libraries Churches ... Biographies ALLNUTT, William , was commissioned a judge of the Court of Appeals for Calvert County, Md., 1778. He was born in Calvert County, 1711, and died in Maryland. Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 75 page 294
Mrs. Lily F. Burchell Greiner. DAR ID Number: 74804
BECKETT, Capt. John , was many years a mem. of the legislature of Md., and an officer in the war of 1812; at the battle of York he bore from the field the wounded Pike, and at the capture of Ft. George affair, at Stony Creek and the battle of Crysler's field he acted an honorable part; d. at Locustgrove, Calvert co., Md., May 26, 1850, in the 59th y. of his age. (Stryker's Am. Reg., iv, 464.) Source: Franklin B. Hough, American Biographical Notes, p.22 BLAKE, Joseph Jr ., (1760-1843), was commissioned ensign 1778 of Calvery County militia. He was born and died in Calvert County, Md. Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 43 page 113
Mrs. Mary Roberts Pitcher. DAR ID Number: 42300

28. Marquis Who's Who®
Law®, Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare®, Who's Who in Science and Engineering®,and Who's Who of american Women®. biographies. nominee for vicepres.

29. Marquis Who's Who® - Press Release
Law ® , Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare ® , Who's Who in Science and Engineering® , and Who's Who of american Women biographies. nominee for vicepres.

30. American Presidents - College Library Undergraduate Research Guide a complete video archive of all Americanpresidents Life policies; biographies of president, vice president and
Undergraduate Research Guide: American Presidency
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This subject guide will introduce sources of information about the American presidency. It includes factual and historical information about the growth of presidential power, the role of the presidency in the modern world, and the election process.
Facts About the Presidents
College Library Reference Collection: E 176.1 K3 2001 Speeches of the American Presidents
College Library Reference Collection: J 81.4 S64 2001 The Presidency A to Z
College Library Reference Collection: JK 511 P775 1998 The Presidents: A Reference History
College Library Reference Collection: E 176.1 P918 1996 Vital Statistics on the Presidency: Washington to Clinton
College Library Reference Collection: JK 518 R34 1996 Presidential Elections, 1789-1992
College Library Reference Collection: JK 524 P678 1995 Encyclopedia of the Republican Party; Encyclopedia of the Democratic Party

31. MetaCrawler Results | Search Query = Presidents Of The United States
http// (LookSmart, LookSmart Reviewed http//, Ask Jeeves vice presidents of the United States - biographies of the United States&bra

32. The Council For National Policy - Selected Member Biographies W - Z
CNP 1984, 1988; former exec vice pres of the United States Defense Committee; formervice president of Mission Strategies (AIMS), North american Congresses On
The Council for National Policy Selected Member Biographies CNP ~ W~ Z This page has a lot of important information Gray Wakefield - CNP 1996, 1998; Retired vice-chairman, KPMG Peat Marwick; co-founder with wife, Pat, Houston Family Association; life member and member of board of directors, Houston Metropolitan YMCA; member, Texas Christian Family Network; member of the board, Houston Urban Outreach. Peter E. Waldron - CNP 1988; founder and president, Contact America and Save the Family Foundation; host 'Contact America"; member, National Religious Broadcasters and Dennis Peacocke's Anatole Fellowship. Robert Walker - CNP 1988; vice president, National Affairs, Adolph Coors Company. Henry L. Walther - CNP 1984, 1988; former exec vice pres of the United States Defense Committee; former Vice President of Membership, National Right To Work Committee ; self-employed direct mail and management consultant. James G. Watt- CNP 1984,1988; Former Secretary of the Department of the Interior; Fellow

These biographies were interspersed with magazine articles Telepathy, Crittenden Mission,Art, american Artists of to pres., Mrs. TM Potter; vice pres., Mrs. LC

34. Food For Thought Biographies
Johnson, Richard Mentor (american vicepresident 1837-1841 Jordan, Elizabeth Garver(american writer), 1865-1947. Josquin des pres (or Desprez) (French composer), c

35. Checklist
The web site contains names of key staff have links to full biographies with photosand president; Philip Trulock, exec vice pres; Burton Yale Pines, sr.
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Biographical Information Legal Corporate Name This is the name listed on official documents. The Internal Revenue Service publishes the cumulative list of non-profit organizations as a three-volume set with quarterly supplements, searchable on the web. Mission "The Heritage Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research institute based in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1973, it works to ensure that the United States is a place where 'freedom, opportunity, prosperity and civil society flourish." Address The Heritage Foundation is located at:
214 Massachusetts Ave NE Washington DC 20002-4999 Try to visit the organization's offices and take a look around that's really the best way to get a feel for the group. For example, recent Heritage Foundation tax forms showed large expenditures for renovations and office furniture. When I toured the offices I learned the Heritage Foundation is completing a three-year renovation project to install television and radio studios and remodels some offices. This explained why the 990 showed large renovation expenditures. But, again, if you are keeping your work on the down low that might not be an option.

36. EA Table Of Contents
Welcome to the Encyclopedia americana set of articles on the presidents, the presidency and american politics. This set is designed for school grades 6 through adult. american Presidency EA Quiz, a 25item test that is automatically scored. biographies. Presidents First Ladies. vice

Opening Screen Encyclopedia Americana Welcome to the Encyclopedia Americana set of articles on the presidents, the presidency and American politics. This set is designed for school grades 6 through adult. Many articles are interlinked within for fast access to information on related topics. After you have finished reading the articles, take The American Presidency EA Quiz , a 25-item test that is automatically scored. Help/Citations Presidents Home Page Grolier Interactive Products ... Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia (Subscribers Only)

37. University Of California History Digital Archives
192750, Santa Clara Water Conservation Dist., Santa Paula; member, 1929-31, FederalFarm Board; vice-president, 1933-44, american Inst. pres., 1912-42, Cal

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A B C D ... S T U V W X ... Z Tapp, Jesse W. , b. Jan. 2, 1900, Corydon, Ky.; d. Jan. 18, 1967. Ex officio Regent as pres., State Bd. of Agri., 1964-67. Education: B.S. 1920, U. Ky.; M.S. 1922, U. Wis.; 1924-26, Harvard grad. sch. Honorary degrees: U. Ky., 1953; Occidental Coll., 1965. Career: agri. economist, U.S. Dept. of Agri., 1920-28; economist, 1928-33, Ntl. Investors Corp., N.Y.C.; employed, 1933-39, asst. admin., 1936-39, Agri. Adjustment Admn.; pres., dir., 1937-39, Federal Surplus Commodities Corp.; dir., 1938-39, Federal Crop Ins. Corp.; vice-pres., 1939-51, exec. vice-pres., 1951-54, vice-chmn. of bd., 1954-55, chmn. of bd., 1955-56, Bank of Am., S.F. Mem., President's Advisory Comm. on Agri., 1953-61, Foreign Economic Policy Comn., 1953-54. Trustee: Occidental Coll., Huntington Library and Art Gallery. Taussig, Rudolph Julius

38. Council Memebr Jose Yedra - Biographies
He participated in two Panamerican games and in a World Championship in Paris isserving as Councilman in the City of Hialeah and is Senior vice-President and
Council Member Jose Yedra Jose came to the United States in 1963. He lived in New York, where he worked in a bakery and movie theater for three years. He later moved to Puerto Rico where he stared as one of the main actors of the Oscar Dulzaide’s movie, " Los que Nunca Amaron " with Ana Luisa Pelufo, and Guillermo Murray. He continued living in Puerto Rico, where he worked in a large array of soap operas and movies, reaching high popularity in those genres. Jose received several awards such as: El Yunque de Oro El Cordero de Plata and other prestigious accolades. He later went to Guatemala where he acted in a movie entitled " Asilo Politico " with Rozzano Brazzi, Cameron Mitchel and El Indio Fernadez, and in Mexico " Los Ricachones y Los Pobretones." After completing these movies, he moved to Miami and worked as a Spanish Language News Anchor for Channel 23, for five years. After this, he became the protagonist of the first soap opera filmed in Hialeah called "Santa Barbara"

39. Biographies
biographies of Bush Administration selected officials. pres. George W. Bush profile; vice president Richard B. Cheney - profile; White House Staff (direct
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40. Nat'l Academies Press, Opportunities To Improve Marine Forecasting (1989), Appen
OCR for page 44 Appendix A biographies of Committee Members and is a fellow of theAmerican Academy of From 1978 to 1986, Dr. Ruggles was vicepres~dent, then
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