George Jessel - My Mother's Eyes 1929
01-18-1929 - Victor 21852 This Song Peaked On US Music Charts At 8 In 1929. Lyrics: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Abel Baer From the film Lucky Boy - 1929 Song Written By: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Abel Baer Georg...
History of Art: Henry Moore
English sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker. Generally acknowledged as the most important British sculptor of the 20th century, he took the human figure as his central subject-matter throughout his c...
When Israel, The Soviets And The US Nearly Destroyed The Middle East
During the Cold War many countries were on high alert, none more so than Israel, the US and the Soviet Union. One of the tensest occasions was in October of 1973 when Israel lost over 2000 troops and ...
How Peggy Guggenheim Became The Queen of Modern Art
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection sits on the banks of the Grand Canal in Venice, a somewhat unassuming one-story, white-walled palace that is filled with one of the most visited collections of modern a...
Melvyn I. Cronin
Melvyn I. Cronin (June 13, 1898 – May 9, 1977) was a United States politician.Cronin was born in San Francisco in 1898 and worked in the city's Park and Recreation Department where as a youth he...
Billy Cornelius
William "Billy" Cornelius (born 1898) was an English professional football player and manager.
Cornelius was born in Belvedere, London in 1898. He played football for Belvedere & District, bef...
Henry E. Eccles
Henry Effingham Eccles (born in Bayside, New York, on December 31, 1898 - died May 14, 1986 in Needham, Massachusetts) was a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy and a major figure at the Naval War...
History of Art: Henry Moore
English sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker. Generally acknowledged as the most important British sculptor of the 20th century, he took the human figure as his central subject-matter throughout his c...
When Israel, The Soviets And The US Nearly Destroyed The Middle East
During the Cold War many countries were on high alert, none more so than Israel, the US and the Soviet Union. One of the tensest occasions was in October of 1973 when Israel lost over 2000 troops and ...
How Peggy Guggenheim Became The Queen of Modern Art
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection sits on the banks of the Grand Canal in Venice, a somewhat unassuming one-story, white-walled palace that is filled with one of the most visited collections of modern a...
Eileen Sedgwick
Eileen Sedgwick (October 17, 1898 – March 15, 1991) was an American actress of the silent era. She appeared in 115 films during her fifteen-year-long career. She was the sister of film director ...
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I. K. Taimni
I. K. Taimni (Iqbal Kishen Taimni, 1898–1978) was a Professor of Chemistry at the Allahabad University in India, and an influential scholar in the fields of Yoga and Indian Philosophy. He was a leader...
Edward Francis Lynch
Edward Francis Lynch (1897 – 12 September 1980) was a private in the First Australian Imperial Force who saw action in World War I on the Western Front between 1916 and 1919. Following his return to A...
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Randi Anda
Randi Anda, née Friestad (29 December 1898 – 7 May 1999) was a Norwegian politician for the Christian Democratic Party.She served as a deputy representative to the Parliament of Norway from Rogaland d...
Gaston Dufresne
Gaston Dufresne was the principal bassist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1927 to 1957 and with the Florida West Coast Symphony from 1963 to 1979. He also taught solfège, a singing technique use...
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Samuel Friedel
Samuel Nathaniel Friedel (April 18, 1898 – March 21, 1979), a Democrat, was a U.S. Congressman who represented the 7th congressional district of Maryland from January 3, 1953 to January 3, 1971. Born ...
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Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar
Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar (Devanagari: विष्णु सखाराम खांडेकर) (11 January 1898 – 2 September 1976) (V. S. Sakharam Khandekar) was an eminent Marathi writer from Maharashtra, India. He was the first Ma...
Large Interior Form, 1953-54
Large Interior Form, 1953-54 is a sculpture by Henry Moore.
It was produced in a bronze edition of six, which was first created as part of a larger work in the 1950s, and only cast as a separate w...
Large Interior Form, 1953-54 - Wikipedia
Ray Brenner
Raymond H. Brenner (March 18, 1898 – June 14, 1975) was a professional football player who played 2 seasons in the National Football League, with the Canton Bulldogs. He played during the 1925 s...
John Hutton (Scottish footballer)
John "Jock" Hutton (born 1898) was a Scottish footballer, who played for Aberdeen, Blackburn Rovers and represented the Scotland national team in ten official internationals between 1923 and 1928.
Felix Weil
Félix José Weil (8 February 1898, Buenos Aires, Argentina – 18 September 1975, Dover, Delaware) was a German-Argentine Marxist, who provided the funds to found the Institute for Social ...
Gustavo Machado Morales
Gustavo Machado Morales (19 July 1898 - 17 July 1983) was a Venezuelan politician and journalist, editor of the Communist Party of Venezuela's newspaper from 1948 to 1983 (with interruptions for exile...
Huang Minglon
Huang Minglon (Traditional Chinese: 黃鳴龍; Simplified Chinese: 黄鸣龙; aka Huang Minglong, Huang Ming Long) (3 July 1898 - 1 July 1979), was a renowned Chinese organic chemist and pharmaceutical scientist....
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Charles Hamilton Boucher
Major-General Sir Charles Hamilton Boucher KBE CB DSO and bar (1898–1951) was an officer in the British Indian Army during World War I and World War II.
Boucher was born 26 October 1898 the son of...
Georg Kulenkampff
Georg Kulenkampff (23 January 1898 - 4 October 1948) was a concert violinist, one of the best-known German virtuosi of the 1930s and 1940s. Considered one of the finest violinists of the 20th century,...
Carlton Cooley
Samuel Carlton Cooley (April 15, 1898 in Milford, New Jersey – November 1981 in Stockton, New Jersey) was an American violist and composer.
Cooley studied at the Philadelphia Musical Academy with...