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White Buildings

Building Community on the White River in Central Indiana Structures as Reflective of Societal Change at the Late Prehistoric Castor Farm Site

HARRISON, Gabriel Harold (1921 - 1974), Chairman: Amalgamated Investment & Property Co. Ltd, since 1960; Saint Anne’s on the Sea Land and Building Co. Ltd, since 1961; Grand Junction Co. Ltd, since 1971; Midhurst White Holdings Ltd, since 1973

Step by Step: Building a Feminist Movement, 1941–1977. Produced by Joyce Follet, Mimi Orner, and Terry Rockefeller; academic advisors Gerda Lerner, and Linda Gordon. 1998; color and black & white; 56 minutes. Distributor: Wisconsin Public Television/Step by Step

Rufus Woods, the Columbia River, & the Building of Modern Washington. By Robert E. Ficken, The Organic Machine. By Richard White and Saving the Salmon: A History of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Efforts to Protect Anadromous Fish on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. By Lisa Mighetto and Wesley J. Ebel

ALLOM, Charles Carrick (1865 - 1947), Founder of White, Allom & Co., London, Montreal, New York, decorative artists and contractors, Contractors to Admiralty and War Office for High Explosive Shells, architectural contractors, London and New York; Past President Faculty Architects and Surveyors; Registered Architect; Vice-President Incorporated Association Architects; Architects Registration Council; Founder of Gosport Aircraft Company; Member of Board of Education’s Advisory Committee on Art Education; Local Government Board Buildings Committee and Reconstruction Council; Royal Commissioner, Brussels, Turin and Rome International Exhibitions 1911 and 1912; Council Empire Exhibition, 1923; Council Yacht Racing Association; Ex-Commodore Royal London Yacht Club

 

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First collection of poems by Hart Crane.

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Hart Crane (1899—1932) American poet


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