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Vittorio Mariani

Born in Siena, Mariani graduated in architecture at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, where he was a pupil of Giuseppe Partini. He designed numerous buildings in his native Siena, and contributed to the restoration and renovation of ancient pa ...

                                               

Tim OConnor

Tim or Timothy OConnor may refer to: Timothy J. OConnor 1892–1961, American boxing referee and Boston fire commissioner Timothy OConnor rugby union 1860–1936, New Zealand rugby player Timothy J. OConnor Jr. 1936–2018, American politician in the V ...

                                               

Franz Sedivy

Franz Sedivy was a Danish illustrator most known for his detailed birds-eye view prospects. He worked for many of the leading newspapers and magazines of his time. His work was also featured on postcards, advertisements and in schoolbooks.

                                               

Askov Hojskole

Askov Hojskole is a Danish folk high school, that is located in the village of Askov in southern Jutland between Kolding and Esbjerg. It was founded in 1865 as an extension of Denmarks first folk high school, which was established in 1844 in Rodd ...

                                               

David West

David West may refer to: David Sherman West 1885–1973, American politician from the state of Iowa David West footballer born 1964, English former professional footballer David West soccer born 1967, American soccer player David Paul West, British ...

                                               

Tenbury Community Hospital

Tenbury Community Hospital is a health facility in Worcester Road, Burford, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, England. It is managed by Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust. The facility is a Grade II listed building.

                                               

Globe Theatre (disambiguation)

Globe Theatre was a theatre in London associated with William Shakespeare. Globe Theatre may also refer to: Gielgud Theatre or Globe Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, UK New Theatre Comique, former theater in New York City Globe Theatre Newcas ...

                                               

Robert Eaton

Robert or Bob Eaton may refer to: Robert Young Eaton 1875–1956, Canadian retailer Bob Eaton theatre director, English theatre director, writer and manager who has been featured at the Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool Robert Eaton politician 1871–19 ...

                                               

Elizabeth White

Elizabeth White may refere to Elizabeth Wade White 1906–1994, American author, poet, and activist Liz White activist born c. 1950, Canadian animal rights activist Polingaysi Qoyawayma 1892–1990, also known as Elizabeth Q. White, Hopi educator, wr ...

                                               

Harry Palmer (disambiguation)

Harry Palmer is a fictional secret agent based on the books of Len Deighton Harry Palmer may also refer to: Harry Palmer actor c.1889–1962, American vaudeville actor Harry Palmer, the first husband of Olive Diefenbaker Harry J. Palmer 1872–1948, ...

                                               

New Line (disambiguation)

New Line Cinema is one of the ten major Hollywood movie studios. New Line may also refer to: Tokyo Metro Line 13 or Yūrakuchō New Line, a Tokyo Metro subway line Watford DC line or New Line, a commuter railway line from London Euston to Watford J ...

                                               

Frank Ford

Frank Ford is the name of: Frank C. Ford 1873–1965, Canadian lawyer Frank Ford farmer 1933–2011, founder of Arrowhead Mills Frankie Ford 1939–2015, U.S. singer Frank Ford priest 1902–1976, Archdeacon of the East Riding from 1957 to 1970 Frank For ...

                                               

Loge

La Loge-Pomblin, a municipality in the Aube department of France La Loge, Pas-de-Calais, a municipality in the Pas-de-Calais department of France Loge-Fougereuse, a village and municipality in the Vendee department of France La Loge-aux-Chevres, ...

                                               

Ilona Naday

Ilonka Naday was a Hungarian singer and actress who found her initial success in Austria before returning to sing in Budapest.

                                               

Princess Theatre

Princess Theatre Melbourne, Victoria Princess Theatre Woolloongabba, Brisbane 1888-1889 Princess Theatre Fremantle, Western Australia Princess Theatre Launceston, Tasmania

                                               

Joe Riley

Joseph Harvey Riley 1873–1941, American ornithologist, Smithsonian Institution Joe Riley ice hockey 1923–1976, American ice hockey player Joe Riley artist 1964–2007, American artist, special effects artist, SubGenius Joseph P. Riley Jr. born 1943 ...

                                               

Olive Rae

Olive Margaret Milne Rae was a Scottish soprano concert singer and actress who appeared in comic opera and Edwardian musical comedy in London and on tours of the British provinces. During her brief stage career, she played the May Queen during th ...

                                               

Benedictus

Benedictus Song of Zechariah, the canticle sung at Lauds, also called the Canticle of Zachary "Benedictus" Simon & Garfunkel song, a 1964 song by Simon & Garfunkel "Benedictus" Strawbs song, a 1972 song by English rock band Strawbs The second par ...

                                               

Barry Jackson

Barry Jackson rugby union 1937–2019, England international rugby union player Barry Jackson footballer born 1938, English footballer Barry Jackson athlete born 1941, track and field athlete Barry Jackson cricketer born 1966, English cricketer

                                               

Mabel Frenyear

Frenyear appeared in three silent films, A Fool There Was 1915, a Theda Bara vehicle, Tit for Tat 1915, a comedy, and Social Quicksands 1918, written by Katharine Kavanaugh. On her first trip to make films in Los Angeles in 1914, she made headlin ...

                                               

Great Wave (disambiguation)

The Great Wave usually refers to The Great Wave off Kanagawa, a 19th-Century Japanese woodblock print by Hokusai. Great Wave or The Great Wave may also refer to: Great Wave mural, street art in Newtown, Australia The Great Wave, Sete, a 19th-cent ...

                                               

Christine Silver

Christine Isie Silver was born in 1883 some sources give 1884, in London, the daughter of Arthur Silver and Isabella Charlotte Walenn Silver. Her father was a textile designer. Her maternal grandfather was scientist William Henry Walenn, and her ...

                                               

Evelyn DAlroy

Evelyn DAlroy, was an Edwardian English stage actress of considerable renown. She took to the stage in 1899, and made her London debut as the Duchesse de Longueville in a period piece, The Bond of Ninon by Clotilde Graves, at the Savoy Theatre in ...

                                               

Jeffery Theater

Designed by William P. Doerr, it was built in 1924 and opened in 1925 as a vaudeville and movie theater. It had a single screen and seating for 1.795 people and was originally part of the Cooney Brothers circuit. It was operated by the Warner Bro ...

                                               

Samuel Shipman

Samuel Shipman was a playwright in the U.S. Several of his plays were adapted to film. He was Jewish. He visited the Lakewood Theatre Colony in Maine with John B. Hymer.

                                               

Jack Patterson

Jack Patterson may refer to: Jack Patterson Canadian politician 1884–1964, Canadian politician, member of the House of Commons of Canada Jack Patterson Clean Bandit, English musician, member of the band Clean Bandit Jack Patterson American politi ...

                                               

MacRobert

MacRobert may refer to: Macrobert, a theatre and cinema complex on the main campus of the University of Stirling, Scotland 10373 MacRobert, an asteroid MacRobert baronets, a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom

                                               

Haymarket

Haymarket Square Boston, a city square in Boston, Massachusetts Haymarket Theatre, theatre in Boston Haymarket MBTA station, a metro station serving the above location in Boston Haymarket, Virginia, town in Prince William County, Virginia Haymark ...

                                               

David Peacock

David or Dave Peacock may refer to: David Peacock theatre administrator 1924-2000, British theatre administrator David Peacock archaeologist 1939-2015, British archaeologist David Peacock bowls born 1970, British lawn bowler Dave Peacock business ...

                                               

Majestic

The Majestic New York City, New York, U.S., a housing cooperative at 115 Central Park West Majestic Building Detroit, Michigan, U.S., constructed in 1896 for the Mabley and Company department store chain and demolished in 1962 Majestic Hotel St. ...

                                               

Olympia Theatre

Olympia Theatre or Theater may refer to: Liverpool Olympia, situated next to The Grafton Ballroom on West Derby Road, Liverpool, England Olympia Theater Miami, opened in 1926 Olympia Theater and Office Building, Miami, Florida, United States Olym ...

                                               

Madge Elliott

Leah Madeleine Elliott was a UK born Australian dancer and actor who had success in a partnership with Cyril Richard.

                                               

Marcellus

Marcellus may refer to: Marcellus News, a newspaper Marcellus Community Schools Marcellus High School Michigan Marcellus name Marcellus Township, Michigan Marcellus, Michigan, a village in Marcellus Township Marcellus, Lot-et-Garonne, France Marc ...

                                               

Uris

Leon Uris 1924–2003, American novelist Harold Uris 1905–1982, American real estate investor, brother of Percy Percy Uris 1899–1971, American real estate investor, brother of Harold Stanley Uris Character from Stephen Kings "It"

                                               

Colonial Theatre

Colonial Theatre or Colonial Theater may refer to: in the United States by state Colonial Theatre Pittsfield, Massachusetts Colonial Theatre Keene, New Hampshire Colonial Theatre New York City Colonial Theatre South Hill, Virginia, NRHP-listed in ...

                                               

Paul Willert

Willert was born in 1901 as the son of a teacher and a housewife in Tanna, Thuringia. He was a pupil at the elementary school and the Realgymnasium in Bad Frankenhausen. Until the first teachers examination in 1921 he attended the teachers semina ...

                                               

Orange Blossoms (musical)

Orange Blossoms is a 1922 musical comedy with music by Victor Herbert and a book by Fred de Gresac, based on her own 1902 French play La Passerelle which had also been translated and staged on Broadway in 1903 as The Marriage of Kitty. It ran for ...

                                               

The Virginian (play)

The Virginian is a 1903 stage production based on the 1902 novel The Virginian by the American author Owen Wister and set in Wyoming. The play was composed by Wister and playwright Kirke La Shelle, who also produced it. The story describes the li ...

                                               

Strand Theatre

Strand Theater Louisville, Mississippi, a Mississippi Landmark Strand Theatre Jennings, Louisiana, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana Strand Theatre Rockland, Maine, listed on the National Regi ...

                                               

Lincoln (play)

Lincoln is a 1906 four-act historical play by the American actor Benjamin Chapin, known as an Abraham Lincoln impersonator. It portrays key events from the life of the assassinated president. It appeared with Chapin in the title role, at the Libe ...

                                               

Marie Booth Russell

Russell appeared many times on Broadway, often in Shakespeare dramas with her husband, including Othello 1904, 1905, 1907, 1909, Richard III 1904, 1907, 1909, King Lear 1905, 1907, 1909, Macbeth 1905, 1907, 1909, Hamlet 1905, 1909, The Merchant o ...

                                               

Wisbech Electric Theatre

The proprietor was Mr Cooper J Elm and the manager Mr GF Allen. The suppliers of the electrical equipment were Garrod & Hunt, London. It was elaborately fitted up, with 450 seats. The operators room was above the entrance. The floor slopes toward ...

                                               

Arcade Theater

Arcade Theater may refer to: Arcade Theater Slidell, Louisiana, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana Arcade Theatre Jacksonville Arcade Theater Lake Charles, Louisiana, formerly listed on the Nationa ...

                                               

Douglas Theater

Douglas Theater may refer to: Douglas Theater, a theater in Harlem at the site that became the Golden Gate Ballroom in 1939 Kirk Douglas Theatre, a 317-seat theater located in Culver City, California built in 1946 Douglass Theatre, a theatre in M ...

                                               

Stephen Murray

Stephen, Steven, Steve or Stevie Murray may refer to: Stephen Murray footballer born 1913, Scottish football player Stephen P. Murray, private equity investor and philanthropist Steven T. Murray born 1943, American translator Stephen O. Murray bo ...

                                               

Lets Make a Dream (play)

Lets Make a Dream is a 1916 comedy play by the French writer Sacha Guitry. It premiered at the Theatre des Bouffes-Parisiens in Paris on 3 October 1916, and has been revived numerous times.

                                               

Polly With a Past (play)

Polly With a Past is a play by George Middleton and Guy Bolton. A comedy in three acts, it depicts the efforts of two young men to help a shy friend, Rex, win the attention of the aloof woman he loves; they arrange for their young housekeeper, Po ...

                                               

Victory Theatre (disambiguation)

Victory Theatre or Victory Theater may refer to: Victory Theatre, a theatre in Toronto which opened as the Standard Theatre in 1921 and operated as the Victory Theatre later Victory Burlesque from 1941 until 1975. Victory Theatre, a theater in Ev ...

                                               

Renaissance theatre

For Renaissance theatre as subjects, see: History of theatre#Renaissance theatre English Renaissance theatre Theatre of France#Renaissance theatre Renaissance tragedy For Renaissance Theatre or Renaissance Theater as venues, see: Renaissance Thea ...

                                               

Empire Theatre

Empire Theatre or Empire Theater may refer to: In Australia: Empire Theatre, Toowoomba, a heritage-listed theatre in Queensland In Canada: Empire Theatres, A former multiplex movie theatre chain. In the United Kingdom: Thwaites Empire Theatre, Bl ...