1 edition of Dictionary of national biography, 1922-1930 found in the catalog.
Dictionary of national biography, 1922-1930
|Statement||edited by J.R.H. Weaver ; with an index covering the years 1901-1930 in one alphabetical series.|
|Contributions||Weaver, J. R. H. 1882-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 962 p.|
|Number of Pages||962|
Wagner, and Mrs. Jeffress; two children. Education: graduated third in class, United States Military Academy, In this, as throughout the whole of his teaching, may be seen his leading idea, that all intellectual training should have a synthetic character, and should serve to cultivate the whole nature. Reply to a Note by B. Thompson of Monroe.
Early in he revisited Egypt in order to collate at Cairo the texts of certain papyri intended for Part xvi of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri. Born, Dallas, Tex. Muirhead London: G. Sources: Lilla McLure and J. Education: local public schools; Mrs.
He died on 1 May Macmillan [for the English Illustrated Magazine]. Larmor; London, Democratic and Liberal Republican candidate for governor, Eleanor L.
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Many civic honors. He illustrates the enormous capacity of certain men to be immersed in the world of letters without contributing much in the way of creative literature.
Thus was formed a partnership destined to be fruitful in the annals of scholarship; and thenceforth, save in the temporary absence of one or the other, most of their work until Grenfell's death was done in collaboration.
Circumstantial evidence suggests that McNair may have been a secret supporter of abolitionism through financial and strategic design. Cotton planter, Warren County, Miss. Grenfell was elected a fellow of the British Academy inand, in was appointed to the professorship of papyrology at Oxford, a chair specially created for him.
McGowen and a daughter, Mrs. Moore, B. Source: George M. This time he, lacked the care of his mother, who had died inand despite occasional rallies, he never really recovered.
Worked as senior attorney, Federal public housing program, Born, Dallas, Tex. Loewenberg, C. Member of the Louisiana National Guard, Broad on the External World. Removed with family to Monroe, La. Coptos in order to learn something of the excavator's art.
Matters Mainly Mental. Removed to Scotlandville, Symposium between A. Moore, C. Prominent landowner in New Orleans and St.Dictionary of national biography by Stephen, Leslie, Sir,[from old catalog] ed at atlasbowling.com - the best online ebook storage.
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His importance in the development of English historiography has been evident since C. L. Kingsford's English Historical Literature in the Fifteenth Century was published in. Apr 23, · Details of his life can be found in the Dictionary of National Biography He purchased several of Christopher Towneley's evidence books and copied many others to aid his work.
II. Secondary Literatur. A detailed obituary notice of Venn by his son. J.A. Venn, is in Dictionary of National Biography for –, – For a critical discussion of definitions of probability, see Harold Jeffreys, Theory of Probability, 2nd ed.
(Oxford, ). Following the defeat of the Greek Army in by nationalist Turkish forces, the Convention of Lausanne in specified the first compulsory exchange of populations ratified by an international organization.
The arrival in Greece of over million refugees and their settlement proved to be a watershed with far-reaching consequences for the country.
Abstract. Guy Stewart Callendar was strongly influenced by his famous father, who nurtured his son’s scientific and extracurricular interests and served as his mentor.
Hugh Longbourne Callendar, first son of the Reverend Hugh Callendar and Anne Cecilia Longbourne, was born April 18, in Hatherop, Gloucestershire and was christened May 24,in his father’s church. 1 Following his Author: James Rodger Fleming.