Extractions: Milton Harris Papers Collections Harris Papers Home 1. Publications, 1929-1991 Box Folder Publications of Milton Harris. 1948 Textile Fiber Developments. Chem. and Eng News . 26, (21), January 5, 1948. [Robert E. Wright and Milton Harris]. January 5, 1948 Some Aspects of the Chlorination of Wool to Produce Shrink Resistance. American Dyestuff Reporter . January 26, 1948. [Milton Harris and Daniel Frishman]. January 26, 1948 Chemical Modification of Wool-Replacement of Disulfide Groups by More Stable Linkages. Ind. and Eng. Chem. . 40, (316), February 1948. [Alfred E. Brown and Milton Harris]. February 1948 Measurement of the Frictional Properties of Wool Fibers. Textile Research Journal . 18, (8), August 1948. [Daniel Frishman, Arthur L. Smith and Milton Harris]. August 1948 Reaction Between Wool and Active Chlorine. Ind. and Eng. Chem. . 40, (12), December 1948. [Daniel Frishman, Lydia Hornstein, Arthur L. Smith and Milton Harris]. December 1948 Treatment of Wool to Impart Shrinkage Resistance Thereto. United States Patent Office, no. 2,457,033. December 21, 1948. [Harry F. Clapham, Milton Harris and Arthur L. Smith]. December 21, 1948 Publications of Milton Harris. 1949
Nu Alumni - Theta Chi Fraternity L. Harris (1927) Richard H. Harris (1950) Michael E. Harris (1989) Bradford K.Harris (1994) Charles W. Hart (1949) Jacob H. Havener (1945) Robert S. Hawks http://members.cox.net/thetachi-nu/membership/lost.html
US Soccer Hall Of Fame Membership Frank Vaughn (1986). Peter Wilson (1950). Jerry Yeagley (1989). Larry Starner(1989). Robert Sumpter (1983). Ricky Davis (1998). Paul Harris (1996). http://www.sover.net/~spectrum/hall.html
Extractions: Maintained by Dave Litterer email@example.com To get detailed biographies on the hall of famers, go to the National Soccer Hall of Fame's Hall of Famers Gallery U.S. Soccer Federation section: Commissioner's Award : Lamar Hunt (1999). National Soccer Coaches Association of America section: Marvin Allen (1998). Walter Bahr (1995). Lawrence Briggs (1991). John Brock (1991). Whitey Burnham (1995). Ray Buss (1997). Walt Chyzowych (1997). Ted Chambers (1991). Mickey Cochran (1995). Howard DeNike (1998). Thomas Dent (1992). Augustus "gus" Donognue (2001). Ebbie Dunn (1993). Robert Dunn (1992). John Eiler (1994). Bob Guelker (1993). G. K. "Joe" Guennel (1999) Otto Haas (1992). Fred Holloway (1992). Bill Jeffrey (1991). Harry Keough (1996). Julius "Julie" Menendez (2000). Jimmy Mills (1991). Doc Minnegan (1993). Joe Morrone (2002). Huntley Parker (1993). George Ritchie (1991). Robert Robinson (2001). Irv Schmid (1993). Richard Schmelzer (1992). Charlie Scott (1993). Bill Schnellenberger (1995). John Squires (1994). Glenn Warner (1992). Earl Waters (1991). Isadore Yavits (1993). Don Yonker (1992). National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association section: American Youth Soccer Organization section: Ken Aston (1997). Karl Bizjak (1998). Paul Caligiuri (2002). Brian Davies (1996). Ricky Davis (1998). Paul Harris (1996). Bill Hughes (1996). Norm Jackson (1996). George Kay (1996). Howard Krolfeifer Jr. (1997). Harvey Lightstone (2002). Mario Machado (1999). Bill Mason (1998). Fred Mautner (1999). Adrian Mercado (1998). Ron Rickels (1997). Sigi Schmid (1996). Hans Stierle (1996). Dick Wilson (2000). Bill Wolstencroft (1996).
Frank Harris Bibliography Frank Harris and HaldemanJulius (1950) The record of a series of quarrels withoutequal in the annals of Frank Harris (1970) By Robert Brainard Pearsall http://www.oddbooks.co.uk/harris/booklist.php3?queryIndex=2
John R. Harris | Virtual Travelog It is only intended to record the known dates and influences for computingmachines designed between 1934 and 1950. By Robert Axelrod http://www.virtualtravelog.net/
Extractions: http://www.virtualtravelog.net/ Complexity When Stephen Hawking said "The only thing nature abhors more than a vacuum is a naked singularity". He was talking specifically about the laws of physics in relation to black holes. But his observation could equally apply to the body of human knowledge and the existence of unprecedented phenomena. The only thing that drives our desire for knowledge more than a complete absence of information is the presence of a single, undeniable but unprecedented piece of evidence. Such tantalizing evidence demands explanation. more >> Comments (0) TrackBack (0) Technology In 1936, [Howard] Aiken had proposed his idea [to build a giant calculating machine] to the [Harvard University] Physics Department, ... He was told by the chairman, Frederick Saunders, that a lab technician, Carmelo Lanza, had told him about a similar contraption already stored up in the Science Center attic. Intrigued, Aiken had Lanza lead him to the machine, which turned out to be a set of brass wheels from English mathematician and philosopher Charles Babbage's unfinished "analytical engine" from nearly 100 years earlier.
Extractions: City / County Date of Casualty Type of Casualty HABBARD WILLIAM C PFC ARMY JACKSON 07 OCT 1951 KILLED IN ACTION HADLEY BILLY A PVT ARMY JEFFERSON 03 FEB 1951 KILLED IN ACTION HADNOT CHARLES D PVT ARMY PINELLAS 27 JUL 1950 DIED WHILE MISSING HAEFELE LEWIS GENE CAPT AIR FORCE JACKSONVILLE 07 MAY 1952 DIED WHILE MISSING HAGAN CLAUDIUS F PFC ARMY DADE 21 OCT 1950 KILLED IN ACTION HALL ROGER CLIFFORD SR AIR FORCE TAMPA 26 APR 1954 DIED WHILE MISSING HAMBLIN FRANCIS D PFC ARMY PINELLAS 18 AUG 1950 KILLED IN ACTION HAMM ALBERT E PFC ARMY BROWARD 17 OCT 1951 KILLED IN ACTION HAMMACK JESSE T JR SGT ARMY DADE 08 SEP 1950 KILLED IN ACTION HAMMOND PHILLIP O PFC MARINES JACKSONVILLE 06 DEC 1950 KILLED IN ACTION HANDY MELVIN L PFC ARMY PALM BEACH 12 DEC 1950 DIED WHILE MISSING HANEY JOSEPH B CPL ARMY VOLUSIA 26 NOV 1950 DIED WHILE MISSING HANNER MILTON L CAPT ARMY PALM BEACH 01 DEC 1950 DIED WHILE MISSING HANSEL EARL H PFC ARMY OKEECHOBEE 19 MAY 1951 DIED WHILE CAPTURED HARKER CHARLES ABBOTT JR AIR FORCE JACKSONVILLE 04 MAY 1954 DIED WHILE MISSING HARMON JAMES PFC ARMY DUVAL 21 JUL 1950 KILLED IN ACTION HARMON PAUL H PVT ARMY ESCAMBIA
Harris, Urban Historical Geography (1998) Describe the social geography of Rome in about 1950. Robert Fried. In Unplanned Suburbs,Richard Harris argues that the development of Toronto s suburbs in the http://www.h-net.org/~urban/teach/syllabi/harris1998syl1.htm
Extractions: Fall 1998 In this second-year undergraduate course I try to give students an appreciation for the importance of viewing cities historically. The first section of the course examines the nature, origins, and significance of the city. The second traces the emergence of the industrial city, while the third treats the industrial city thematically, sketching the main changes to the geography of North American cities over the part 150 years. I have used many different required books for this course, including Lewis Mumford's The City in History , Paul Bairoch's Cities and Economic Development , and James Vance's The Continuing City . None have been ideally suited as textbooks for this course, and I am continuing to experiment. This keeps me (and my students) on our toes! Introduction This course offers students an historical-geographical view of the city as we know it today. The first section examines the nature, origins and significance of the city. The second traces the emergence of the modern industrial city up to the mid-nineteenth century. The third examines in detail the changing nature and geography of the modern North American city. Lectures
WebGED: MACNISH Data Page Muriel (1898 1973) spouse Arnold, Rex (1919 - 1977) - m. SEP 1950 in St Harris,Arthur James (1881 - ) - male b. 1881 father Harris, Robert Francis (*1853 http://www.geocities.com/rteirney/wga9.html
Robert Louis Stevenson - Biographies 1922. Arnold, William Harris (1922). My Stevensons . Elwin, Malcolm (1950). TheStrange Case of Robert Louis Stevenson. London/NY Macdonald/Russel Russel. http://wwwesterni.unibg.it/rls/biogs.htm
Extractions: suggest an addition or correction to the list see also: In the footsteps of Robert Louis Stevenson Dramatizations of Stevensons Life The 'biography of Robert Louis Stevenson' seems almost a minor literary genre in itself. Balfour's 1901 work is a necessary starting-point as he had known Stevenson and was able to consult family and friends. Those by Furnas and Le Bris are not only well-written but also involve the reader in the author's stubborn questioning of available evidence, questioning aimed at drawing some conclusions about the most probable version of events and their most plausible explanation. The work by Calder is also an essential reference for those interested in the life. Rankin's work involves more the 'questioning' of Stevensonian places to illuminate the life and works as well as aspects of cultural and historical evolution. McLynn's is anti-Osbourne but gives the fullest account of the Samoa period. Thanks to Lachie Munro for help with this page. n.d.
The Unofficial Massey-Harris Home Page 1955; 446 produced from 1947 to 1950; Tractor Shed s Massey Harris page; The MasseyHarris Stationary Engine Unofficial Harry Ferguson Web Page by Robert Brochier http://m-h.cs.uoguelph.ca/
Extractions: an internet resource for Massey enthusiasts since 1995 Be sure to visit these Massey and Antique Tractor links If you're interested in buying or selling Massey-Harris-Ferguson equipment, you'll want to be sure to visit the Buy/Sell page. Attention Ferguson and early Massey-Ferguson owners: Limited production data is available for Ferguson and Massey-Ferguson tractors from 1948 to 1965. Please consult the following excellent web resources for more information on Ferguson tractors and the Ferguson system. There are some earlier M-H tractors which have yet to be added to the list General Purpose Model 25 Challenger Pacemaker Model 81 Model 101 Model 101 Junior Model 20 light 2 plow 124 cu. in. Continental L-head motor
Archangel Review Robert Harris has been successfully asking that question Harris also satirically capturesthe Communist holdovers who something out of a 1950 s science fiction http://www.omnivore.org/jon/orwell/Archangel.htm
Extractions: National Post ARCHANGEL By Robert Harris 421 pp. Random House, $34.95 "Do you know what Lenin called the Tsarovich?" muses Fluke Kelso, the pudgy Soviet historian at the centre of Robert Harris' thriller, Archangel. "He called the boy 'the living banner.' And there's only one way, Lenin said, to deal with a living banner." Dark words. But where the act of murder itself was concerned, Lenin was all talk compared to his less voluble successor, Joseph Stalin. The intriguing hypothesis at the heart of Archangel is this: What if the murderous man of steel had produced a son, a 'banner' of his own? What if? Robert Harris has been successfully asking that question since 1992. In his first novel, Fatherland, Harris altered the outcome of the Second World War and showed us how a JFK-era Europe might have looked under the rule of a 75-year-old Hitler. Fatherland's formulaic detective plot smacked a little too strongly of paperback pulp to arouse the interest of the high literati, but the European dystopia Harris constructed was compelling, and the book sold millions even before it was made into a fairly lacklustre television miniseries. In Archangel, his third novel, (I'll skip over 1995's uninspired Nazi-thriller, Enigma) Harris turns his attention from Germany to Russia, and the quality of his storytelling seems to have benefited from the change of locale.
Information Resources 1948. The Honourable Robert Henry Winters, November 15, 1948. The 25, 1949.The Honourable Walter Edward Harris, January 18, 1950. The Honourable http://www.pco-bcp.gc.ca/default.asp?Language=E&Page=informationresources&Sub=pr
Ressources D'information Robert Henry Winters, le 15 novembre 1948. L août 1949.L honorable Walter Edward Harris, le 18 janvier 1950. L honorable http://www.pco-bcp.gc.ca/default.asp?Language=F&Page=informationresources&Sub=pr
Hall Of Fame Book List Washington, DC US GPO, 1950. Mother (Mary Harris) Jones. John L. Lewis Labor Leader,by Robert Zieger, in Twayne s 20th Century American Biography Series 20 http://www.dol.gov/oasam/programs/laborhall/books.htm
Extractions: Hall of Fame Honorees The Library is located in the Frances Perkins Building, N-2445, at 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210. It is open to the public from 8:15 a.m. until 4:45 p.m., weekdays, except holidays. Loans are available to DOL employees and through interlibrary loan. Telephone: (202) 693-6600 Mary Anderson Woman at Work: the Autobiography of Mary Anderson , as told to Mary N. Winslow, Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 1951. Joseph A. Beirne Complied by Violetta Loyevsky, Wirtz Labor Library April 2001 Beirne, Joseph A. Challenge to labor: new roles for American trade unions. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall, 1969] 224 p. Beirne, Joseph A. Communism is a criminal conspiracy: statement of Joseph A. Beirne, Pres. of Communications Workers of America-CIO, to the task force of the Senate Sub-committee on Internal Security.
Extractions: A B C D ... Z Ackely, Albert, 1925 Altman, Edward R., 1953 Anderson, Roland, 1938-39-40 Armstrong, Robert, 1958-60 Ash, Duane, 1948-49 August, Robert, 1-71-72-73 Avery, David, (Mgr.) 1940-41 Avery, Edward R., 1953 Balnis, Pete, 1927 Bnazed, Robert A., 1960-61-62 Bantle, Louis (Mgr.) 1948-49 Bates, Richard, 1962-63-64 Bates, Russell R., 1966 Battles, Philip M. III, 1966 Beghardt, George, 1948 Bell, Harry, (Mgr.) 1926 Bellows, John, 1956 Benjamin, Bradford L., 1967-68-69 Berthold, Paul, 1943 Beyer, Frank F., 1967-68-69 Bilyk, Donald C., 1966-67 Black, Harry K., 1968 Boeheim, James A., 1964-65 Bolton, Bruce, 1942-43 Bright, Andrew, 1946-47-48-49 Buchsbaum, Barry J., 1965-66 Burgess, Richard, 1946-47 Burke, Donald E., 1954 Burkland, Oscar, 1936-37-38-39 Bushee, Joseph E., 1967 Case, George B., (Mgr.) 1950-51 Cawley, Clyde C., 1963-65 Chapman, Bradley, 1973 Chieholm, William B., 1965 Connor, John T., 1934-35-36 Conway, William E., 1960-61 Corey, Robert S., 1958 Dadey, Thomas, 1954-56 Daly, James, 1942-43 Daniel, Roger S., 1958 Dempster, Alex, 1926-27 DiPasquale, Donn A., 1960-61 Donelson, Floyd, 1926-27 Dritz, Michael A., 1957-58 Dubiel, Robert S., 1962 Duquetto, Garg, 1971-72
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University Of Denver > Lost Alumni For 1950 Class of 1950. Mr. John Aalsma. Mrs. Irene S Adams. COL William F Georgi. Mr.Robert G. Gibson. Mr. William H Giffen. Ms. Willie V Harris. Mr. Dale C. Hart. http://www.alumni.du.edu/onlineserv/lost_alumni.asp?ClassYear=1950&a=LostAlumni&
Extractions: Indiana University IUB Libraries Geology Library This list contains information on the advisors of theses and dissertations in the Department of Geosciences at Indiana University. When no signature page is found, the information has been taken from authors' acknowledgements. Committee chairs and co-chairs are indicated by * following the date. Adams, William R. (IUB Anthropology) Gobetz (1998) Agnew, Allen F. Glore (1970) Palmer (1969) Straw (1968)* Agnew, J. Campbell (1967) Alexander, Richard R. Leighton (1995) Al-Shukri Bear, G. (1992) Alyea, Ethan D. (IUB Physics) Henderson, G.J. (1973) Renick (1969) Sexton (1973) Backhus, Debera A. (IUB SPEA) Talarovich, S.G. (1998) Zhou (1996) Bair, Edward J. (IUB Chemistry) Balthaser (1969) Klusman (1969) Stevenson (1965) Hanley (1975) Leckie (1964) Basu, Abhijit Bangs (1988)* Griffiths (1981) Merkl (1985) Bruchert (1997) Hieshima (1992) Petrovski (1983) Feldman (1987) Houck (1982)* Taylor, R.E. (1986)