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  1. Fitzroy Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan (1788–1855), British commander in the Crimean War. James Somerville (1882–1949), Admiral of the Fleet, Commander at Mers-El-Kabir. Bill Speakman VC (born 1927), Black Watch, SAS Regiment. Richard Strachan (1760–1828), known for his action after the Battle of Trafalgar.

  2. Mar 20, 2021 · Line 1.0.0. IN accordance with section 106 of the Life Insurance Act 1945-1965, the following list of amounts of not less than twenty dollars ($20) received. Line 1.0.1. by the Treasurer from the companies enumerated, and being unclaimed moneys as at 31 December 1969 is published for information These. Line 1.0.2.

  3. Jane Richards Roth (born June 16, 1935) is an American attorney and jurist serving as a Senior United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She was previously a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware .

  4. Sep 03, 2012 · The dose makes the poison : a plain-language guide to toxicology / Patricia Frank, M. Alice Ottoboni. Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2011. Durer and beyond : Central European drawings before 1700 in the Metropolitan Museum of Art / Stijn Alsteens and Freyda Spira ; contributions by Maryan W. Ainsworth … [et al.].

  5. Like father, like son? Intergenerational transmission of values, attitudes, and behaviours in the environmental domain

    • Notable Alumni
    • Faculty
    • References

    Academics

    1. Laura Sumner, class of 1942 - numismatist 2. Heloise Hersey, class of 1876 – professor of literature 3. Emily Jordan Folger, class of 1879 – co-founder of the Folger Shakespeare Library 4. Anita Florence Hemmings, class of 1897 – Vassar College's first African-American graduate 5. Ida Hill, class of 1901 – archaeologist, classical scholar and historian 6. Belle Turnbull, class of 1904 – award-winning poet 7. Marion Coats Graves, class of 1907 - philosophy, first president of Sarah Lawrence...

    Activists and philanthropists

    1. Mary Louise Frost, class of 1866 – peace activist, editor 2. Mary Boyce Temple, class of 1877 – preservationist and philanthropist 3. Marion Cothren, class of 1900 – suffrage and peace activist, children's author 4. Gertrude Gogin, class of 1908 – YWCAnational secretary for girls' programs, 1918-1927 5. Eleanor Fitchen, class of 1934 – landmarks and environment in New York State 6. Lucy Kennedy Miller, class of 1902 – prominent American suffragist 7. Sylvia McLaughlin, class of 1939 – envi...

    Adventurers and athletes

    1. Alice Huyler Ramsey, class of 1907 – first woman to cross the continent driving a car 2. Ethan Zohn, class of 1996 – Survivor: Africawinner and philanthropist

    Anthropology Department

    1. Martha Warren Beckwith 2. Ruth Benedict 3. Martha Kaplan 4. Margaret Mead, visiting lecturer 5. Colin Turnbull, visiting lecturer

    Art Department

    1. Leila Cook Barber, art historian. 2. Alfred H. Barr Jr. 3. C.K. Chatterton 4. Gregory Crewdson 5. Richard Krautheimer 6. Brian Lukacher 7. Elias Lyman Magoon, visiting lecturer 8. Molly Nesbit 9. Linda Nochlin 10. Lewis Pilcher 11. Harry Roseman 12. Concetta Scaravaglione 13. Carolee Schneemann, visiting lecturer 14. Andrew Tallon 15. Henry Van Ingen

    Dance Department

    1. Miriam Mahdaviani 2. John Meehan (dancer)

    Eva March Tappan at Vassar College Libraries Archives & Special CollectionsAccessed December 10, 2008

  6. The College of the Holy Cross ( Holy Cross) is a private Jesuit liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1843, Holy Cross is the oldest Catholic college in New England and one of the oldest in the United States.

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