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ADDRESSED TO A PERSON IN CLEVELAND, OHIO
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BIOGRAPHY OF GIFFORD PINCHOT:
(August 11, 1865 – October 4, 1946) was the first Chief of the United States Forest Service (1905–1910) and the Governor of Pennsylvania (1923–1927, 1931–1935). He was a Republican and Progressive.
Pinchot is known for reforming the management and development of forests in the United States and for advocating the conservation of the nation’s reserves by planned use and renewal. He called it “the art of producing from the forest whatever it can yield for the service of man.” Pinchot coined the term conservation ethic as applied to natural resources.
Asked how to say his name, he told The Literary Digest “as though it were spelled pin’cho, with slight emphasis on the first syllable.”
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Bonwit Teller was a department store in New York City founded by Paul Bonwit. Now defunct, it was one of a group of department stores that catered to the carriage trade on Fifth Avenue, including Peck & Peck, Saks Fifth Avenue and B. Altman and Company.
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Woodward & Lothrop was a department store chain headquartered in Washington, D.C. Woodward & Lothrop was Washington, D.C.’s first department store, opening in 1887. Woodies, as it was often nicknamed, maintained stores in the Mid-Atlantic United States. Its flagship store was a fixture of the shopping district in downtown Washington, with Garfinckel’s, and in the late 1990s the center of controversy over competing visions for DC’s urban renewal.
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FROM WHITE HOUSE ADDRESSED TO MR. LEONARD LYONS DATED OCTOBER 20, 1947
MEASURES 9-1/4 X 6-1/4 WHITE HOUSE LETTERHEAD SIGNED BY PRESIDENTS SECRETARY MATTHEW J. CONNELLY ENVELOPE 1947:
MEASURES 6-1/2″ X 3-5/8″ RETURN ADDRESS “THE WHITE HOUSE” POSTMARKED OCT. 20, 1947
FROM WHITE HOUSE ADDRESSED TO MR. LEONARD LYONS DATED JULY 20, 1951 SIGNED BY PRESIDENTS SECRETARY JOSEPH SHORT
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BIOGRAPHY AND INFO ON LEONARD LYONS:
Leonard Lyons (born Leonard Sucher; 10 September 1906, New York City; died 7 October 1976, New York City) was an American newspaper columnist.
Leonard Sucher grew up in a large family of Jewish immigrants from the town of Horodenka in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. His father Moses, a tailor, died when he was six. His mother sold cigarettes and candy on the Lower East Side. He graduated from the High School of Commerce, where his classmates included Lou Gehrig. He graduated from the City College of New York and was in the first class of graduates from St. John’s University School of Law. He was admitted to the New York State bar in 1929, and practiced law for five years.
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1906 (September 10)
Born, New York, N. Y.
Attended City College of New York
Received his Bachelor of Law degree from St. John’s University College of Law
Admitted to the New York Bar
Admitted to the Federal Bar
Practiced law in New York City
1934 (November 29)
Married Sylvia R. Schonberger
Wrote “The Lyons Den,” a syndicated column for the New York Post
Special Assistant Attorney General in New York
1976 (October 7)
Died, New York, N. Y.
A younger son, Gyanendra, was king as a small child from 1950 to 1951 when Tribhuvan, Mahendra and Birendra had fled the country to escape from the Rana family. After 50 years, Gyanendra reassumed the throne when his brother King Birendra was killed in 2001.
After his sudden death, he was succeeded by his son Birendra. He was well respected by Chinese leader such as Mao Tse Tung.
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Four years later, Cooke, an Episcopalian, married the Crown Prince in a Buddhistmonastery on 20 March1963, an act which caused her to be dropped from the Social Register. He became monarch of Sikkim nine months later but was deposed in 1975 and confined to his palace under house arrest. The couple had two children, Palden and Hope Leezum; she also has two stepsons and a stepdaughter from her husband’s first marriage.
The Chogyal and his wife separated soon after he was overthrown, and she moved to Manhattan, where she raised her children. The royal couple divorced in 1980, and the Chogyal died of cancer in 1982 in New York City.
Cooke is a tour guide and historian in New York City. She lives in Brooklyn Heights, New York. She wrote a memoir of her life in Sikkim, Time Change.
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Argentine general and politician (b. Aug. 28, 1918, Buenos Aires, Arg.–d. Aug. 26, 1996, Buenos Aires), as president of Argentina from 1971 to 1973, attempted to restore democracy to the country. Born into an upper-middle-class family, Lanusse graduated from military college in 1938 and joined the cavalry. In 1951 he was sentenced to life in prison for his participation in a failed attempt to oust Pres. Juan Perón. When Perón was deposed in 1955, Lanusse was released and promoted to lieutenant colonel. He became part of the army’s high command and aligned himself with Gen. Juan Carlos Onganía, who became president in 1966. Lanusse was named commander in chief of the army in 1968 and in March 1971 led a coup that brought him to power. Peronists and student militants, among others, protested Lanusse’s regime, and the army employed violent tactics to silence the dissenters. With escalating unrest, Lanusse attempted to achieve stability by calling for free elections. He scheduled Argentina’s first democratic polls in more than 20 years and reestablished political parties. The Peronists won the 1973 elections, and by year’s end Perón was president. In the mid-1970s army hard-liners came to power and unleashed a “dirty war,” in which as many as 30,000 people were killed or “disappeared.” Lanusse denounced the violence and in 1985 testified against the deposed military rulers during their trial for human rights violations. In a three-volume autobiography, Lanusse cited mistakes made during military rule but continued to support the army. A committed anti-Peronist, he served 10 days of house arrest in 1994 for his criticism of Peronist Pres. Carlos Menem.
When Gerald R. Ford took the oath of office on August 9, 1974, he declared, “I assume the Presidency under extraordinary circumstances…. This is an hour of history that troubles our minds and hurts our hearts.”
It was indeed an unprecedented time. He had been the first Vice President chosen under the terms of the Twenty-fifth Amendment and, in the aftermath of the Watergate scandal, was succeeding the first President ever to resign.
Ford was confronted with almost insuperable tasks. There were the challenges of mastering inflation, reviving a depressed economy, solving chronic energy shortages, and trying to ensure world peace.
39. JIMMY CARTER 1977-1981
Jimmy Carter aspired to make Government “competent and compassionate,” responsive to the American people and their expectations. His achievements were notable, but in an era of rising energy costs, mounting inflation, and continuing tensions, it was impossible for his administration to meet these high expectations.
Carter, who has rarely used Cheap Cialis Online Without Prescription his full name–James Earl Carter, Jr.–was born October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia. Peanut farming, talk of politics, and devotion to the Baptist faith were mainstays of his upbringing. Upon graduation in 1946 from the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, Carter married Rosalynn Smith. The Carters have three sons, John William (Jack), James Earl III (Chip), Donnel Jeffrey (Jeff), and a daughter, Amy Lynn.
After seven years’ service as a naval officer, Carter returned to Plains. In 1962 he entered state politics, and eight years later he was elected Governor of Georgia. Among the new young southern governors, he attracted attention by emphasizing ecology, efficiency in government, and the removal of racial barriers.
During the secession crisis, Johnson remained in the Senate even when Tennessee seceded, which made him a hero in the North and a traitor in the eyes of most Southerners. In 1862 President Lincoln appointed him Military Governor of Tennessee, and Johnson used the state as a laboratory Cheap Viagra for reconstruction. In 1864 the Republicans, contending that their National Union Party was for all loyal men, nominated Johnson, a Southerner and a Democrat, for Vice President.
After Lincoln’s death, President Johnson proceeded to reconstruct the former Confederate States while Congress was not in session in 1865. He pardoned all who would take an oath of allegiance, but required leaders and men of wealth to obtain special Presidential pardons.