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" The purpose of the school art league is to foster the interests of art education in the public schools of the city of New York, and to secure to this end the cooperation of other societies. The league is designed as an organization for all interested... "
Portrait and Biographical Album of St. Joseph County, Michigan ... Together ... - Page 536
1889 - 588 pages
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LANDMARKS OF DETROIT A HISTORY OF THE CITY

ROBERT B ROSS AND GEORGE B. CATLIN - 1898
...superintendent of the ship yard of Campbell & Owen, afterwards the Detroit Dry Dock Co. Alexander, the subject of this sketch, received his education in the public schools of Detroit, which he attended until the age of eighteen. Inheriting from his father a love of the sea,...
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Worcester of Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-eight: Fifty Years a City : a ...

Franklin Pierce Rice - Worcester (Mass.) - 1899 - 13 pages
...successful farmer, earning also in a high degree the confidence and good will of his fellow townsmen. The subject of this sketch received his education in the public schools of his native town, graduating from the high school. He then came to Worcester and entered the employ...
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Livingstone's History of the Republican Party: A History of the Republican ...

William Livingstone - Michigan - 1900
...of Campbell & Owen. predecessors of the Detroit Dry Dock Co., now the Detroit Shipbuilding Company. The subject of this sketch received his education in the public schools of Detroit, which he attended until the age of eighteen. Inheriting from his father a love of the sea,...
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Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History ..., Volume 3

Howard Louis Conard - Missouri - 1901
...Fulton. Mr. Garner is a descendant of the Triggs and Clarks, noted families of Kentucky and Virginia. The subject of this sketch received his education in the public schools of Ray County, Missouri, and later graduated from Richmond College, located at Richmond, Ray County,...
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Taylor's Legislative History and Souvenir of Connecticut, 1897 ..., Volume 3

William Harrison Taylor - Connecticut - 1901
...Davenport in 1637, and with others formed a settlement at what was afterwards called New Haven, Conn. The subject of this sketch received his education in the public schools. In 1862 he came to Woodbury and entered the establishment of George B. Lewis, in the "Hollow,"' to...
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Nome and Seward Peninsula: a book of information about northwestern Alaska

Edward Sanford Harrison - Nome, Cape (Alaska) - 1905 - 112 pages
...Brynteson is a native of Dalsland, Sweden, and was born August 13, 1871. His father was a farmer and the subject of this sketch received his education in the public schools of his native land. He came to America in 1 887, but Dame Fortune never smiled on him until he went...
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Biographical Review of Lee County, Iowa

Lee County (Iowa) - 1905 - 502 pages
...Ridge township. He died in February, 1871, at Bonaparte, Iowa, while conducting a revival meeting. The subject of this sketch received his education in the public schools of Fort Madison and the Denmark Academy at Denmark, this county, from which institution he was graduated...
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Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, Volume 2

Newton Bateman, Paul Selby, Joseph Oscar Cunningham - Champaign County (Ill.) - 1905 - 1060 pages
...respectively, are survived by six of the eight children that wore born to them. Isaac Everett Duncan, the subject of this sketch, received his education in the public schools of Urbana and learned the trade of tinner with Hubbard & Sons, in whose employ he remained for four...
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BIOGRAPHICAL ILLSTORY OF NORTHERN MICHIGAN

1905
...was a teacher and school commissioner for many years. He died in 1905, at the age of seventy years. The subject of this sketch received his education in the public schools at Port Huron, St. Clair county, this state, supplementing this by attendance in the high school at...
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The Democratic Party of the State of New York: A History of the ..., Volume 3

Martin Wilie Littleton - New York (State) - 1905
...death had been a section boss on the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad for a score of years. The subject of this sketch received his education in the public schools of his native city, after which he accepted a position as foreman in a livery stable. After ten years...
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