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Landmark Tower Company

The Landmark Tower Company was based out of Fort Worth, Texas and founded by Henry" Hank” McGinnis. The company was known for designing and building a distinctive type of radio tower known by the same name. McGinni was an accomplished engineer an ...

                                               

Red Bluff shooting

On June 27, 2020, a mass shooting occurred at a Walmart distribution center in Red Bluff, California, United States. An employee was killed and four others were injured. The shooter, identified as a former employee at the distribution center, was ...

                                               

Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences

The Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences is a department within the College of Engineering & Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder, providing aerospace education and research. Housed primarily in the Aer ...

                                               

Herron Hill Pumping Station

The Herron Hill Pumping Station is located at 4501 Centre Avenue in the North Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Built in the Classical Revival architectural style, the building was instrumental in distributing water throughout Pit ...

                                               

William Lightfoot Price

William Lightfoot Price was an American architect, a pioneer in the use of reinforced concrete, and a founder of the utopian communities of Arden, Delaware and Rose Valley, Pennsylvania.

                                               

University of Maine School of Law Building

The University of Maine School of Law Building is an academic building in Portland, Maine. Adjacent to the University of Southern Maines Portland campus, the 8 story building was designed by the local architectural firm of Wadsworth, Boston, Dimi ...

                                               

Central Fire Station (Portland, Maine)

The Central Fire Station is an historic fire station in Portland, Maine. Built between 1924 and 1925, it is home to the Portland Fire Department. In 2019, Greater Portland Landmarks listed it alongside Portlands other fire stations as "places in ...

                                               

Poeville Fire

The Poeville Fire is a wildfire currently burning on Peavine Mountain near Reno in Nevada, United States. The fire was first reported on June 26, 2020. It burned 3.010 acres and is 98 percent contained as of July 1, 2020. Eight structures were de ...

                                               

Christopher M. Jeffries

Christopher Michael Jeffries is an American real estate developer, lawyer, and philanthropist who co-founded national real estate firm Millennium Partners, known for the development of the Millennium Towers in New York, Boston, and San Francisco ...

                                               

National Register of Historic Places listings in Redwood National and State Parks

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Redwood National and State Parks. This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Redwood National and St ...

                                               

Huning Highlands Historic District

The Huning Highlands Historic District is a historic district in Albuquerque, New Mexico which encompasses the entirety of the Huning Highlands neighborhood. The district is bounded by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to the north, Locust Street ...

                                               

A. W. Hayden House

The A. W. Hayden House is a historic home in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was built in 1920 by A. W. Hayden, who was a local contractor and probably constructed the house himself. The property was added to the New Mexico State Register of Cultural ...

                                               

Marble High School

Marble High School is a school and historical site preserved by the National Register of Historic Places located in Marble, Colorado. It was built in 1910, and is the only surviving building in Marble that utilizes marble in its construction, des ...

                                               

Guthrey Archeological Site

The Guthrie Archeological Site is a Native American archaeological site in Saline County, Missouri, located near the Missouri River east of the city of Miami, Missouri. The site was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1970.

                                               

John Clark House

John Clark House may refer to: John Clark House Rockville, Minnesota, part of an NRHP listing John Clark House Clarksdale, Mississippi, NRHP-listed Capt. John Clark House, Canterbury, Connecticut, listed on the National Register of Historic Place ...

                                               

Gumbo Point Archeological Site

The Gumbo Point Site is a Native American archaeological site in Saline County, Missouri, located near the Missouri River north of the city of Malta Bend. The site was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1969.

                                               

Elizabeth Glover

Elizabeth Harris Glover was the responsible for bringing the first printing press to the American Colonies. She established a press in Cambridge, Massachusetts where, with the help of Stephen Daye, she printed The Freemans Oath, William Pierces A ...

                                               

Spokane Public Library (disambiguation)

Spokane Public Library may refer to: Spokane Public Library - Heath Branch, 525 Mission St., listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Spokane County, Washington Spokane Public Library - North Monroe Branch, 925 W. Montgomery St., lis ...

                                               

Scott County Courthouse (Illinois)

The Scott County Courthouse is a government building in Winchester, the county seat of Scott County, Illinois, United States. Completed in 1885, it is the third courthouse in the countys history. Scott Countys first settlers arrived in 1820, one ...

                                               

Trenton High School

Trenton High School may refer to: Trenton High School Florida, Trenton, Florida, US Trenton High School Michigan, Trenton, Michigan, US Trenton Central High School, Trenton, New Jersey, US Trenton High School Nova Scotia, Trenton, Nova Scotia, Ca ...

                                               

Scioto Audubon Metro Park

Scioto Audubon Metro Park is a public park and nature preserve in Columbus, Ohio. The park is managed by the Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks and is part of the Scioto Mile network of parks and trails around Downtown Columbus. The park fe ...

                                               

Renetta Garrison Tull

Renetta Garrison Tull is an American electrical engineer, global policy strategist, and a works to advance diversity and inclusion in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Tull is the inaugural Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity, a ...

                                               

The Unexpected Spy

The Unexpected Spy: From the CIA to the FBI, My Secret Life Taking Down Some of the Worlds Most Notorious Terrorists is a 2019 memoir by Tracy Walder about her periods as employees in the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Inve ...

                                               

SS Lake Frampton

Lake Frampton was a steam cargo ship built in 1918 by American Shipbuilding Company of Lorain for the United States Shipping Board as part of the wartime shipbuilding program of the Emergency Fleet Corporation to restore the nations Merchant Mari ...

                                               

Albert N. Jorgensen

Albert Nels Jorgensen was an American academic administrator who served as the seventh president of the University of Connecticut. Its longest-serving president and its youngest at age 36 at the time of his appointment, Jorgensen led UConns trans ...

                                               

Columbus Public Health

Columbus Public Health is the health department of Columbus, Ohio. The department is accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board. The department dates to 1833, when the citys mayor appointed five citizens to help with its cholera outbreak ...

                                               

Death of Elijah McClain

Elijah Jovan McClain was a 23-year-old African-American massage therapist from Aurora, Colorado who was killed after an encounter with police while walking home on August 24, 2019. An Aurora citizen reported to police that McClain was wearing a s ...

                                               

Academy of the Sacred Heart (New Jersey)

Academy of the Sacred Heart was a Catholic school in Hoboken, New Jersey. Before its closure it was a high school for girls; it had circa 160 students in 2003. It was established as a coeducational day school, with a ten-slot boarding facility fo ...

                                               

June 20–23, 1957 tornado outbreak sequence

A deadly and destructive tornado outbreak sequence of 23 tornadoes, that occurred on June 20–23, 1957, struck parts of the Great Plains and the Great Lakes. At least seven significant tornadoes touched down during the outbreak sequence, including ...

                                               

Michael Rotondi

Michael Rotondi is an American architect and educator. He co-founded two international practices. He was co-founder of the Southern California Institute of Architecture in 1972, and later, founder of the graduate programs there.

                                               

Missouri Republican

The Missouri Republican was a newspaper headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Its predecessor was the Morning Gazette, and it later changed its name to St. Louis Republic. After supporting the Whig Party, the paper became aligned with the Democra ...

                                               

Maria Martha Diaz Velasquez

Maria Martha Diaz Velasquez is a Honduran politician. She was twice assigned a Minister of the National Institute of Women of Honduras in 1999 and in 2009. She is also known as the Heroine of the Chinazo for denouncing illegal sale of Honduran pa ...

                                               

Project Medishare

Project Medishare is a 501, non-profit organization registered in the State of Florida. It was founded by Dr. Barth Green and Arthur Fournier from the University of Miami School of Medicine. The organization was created in 1994 to improve healthc ...

                                               

Hanauer-Rosenberg Residence

The Hanauer-Rosenberg residence is located at 417 Lockhart Street in the nationally and locally historic neighborhood of Deutschtown in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Built in 1888 in the Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style, the building was ...

                                               

Emmanuel de Crussol dUzes

Emmanuel Jacques Geraud Marie de Crussol dUzes, 15th Duke of Uzes was a French aristocrat who worked in Morocco as a chemical engineer.

                                               

Percy Le Clerc

William Percival "Percy" Le Clerc was Inspector of National Monuments in Ireland from 1949 to 1974, making him responsible for the preservation of buildings already classified as National Monuments. He also made decisions on which further buildin ...

                                               

Marshal Jozef Pilsudski Boulevards in Wloclawek

The Marshal Jozef Pilsudski Boulevards in Wloclawek is a street located along the left bank of the Vistula River with an adjacent promenade crossing the Zglowiaczka River. It used to be called Nadbrzezna St, Bulwarowa St and Boulevard of the Poli ...

                                               

Subang Jaya City Council

Subang Jaya City Council is a local authority which is in charge of the Subang Jaya city and the southern parts of Petaling district. This agency is under Selangor state government of Malaysia. MBSJ are responsible for the publics health and sani ...

                                               

Pacesetter Gardens Historic District

The Pacesetter Gardens Historic District is a historic district encompassing twelve townhouses along South Lowe Avenue in Riverdale, Illinois. The townhouses were built in 1960 by Harry J. Quinn, a developer who constructed and advocated for mult ...

                                               

ShanghART Gallery

ShanghART Gallery is founded in 1996 by Swiss gallerist Lorenz Helbling as one of the first contemporary art galleries established in China. Initially operating out of a hotel, it has since expanded to four gallery spaces, two in Shanghai, and on ...

                                               

Wei-min Hao

Dr. Wei-Min Hao is an atmospheric chemist, Taiwanese-American climatologist, and currently works in the United States Department of Agriculture. His work directly contributed to the reason for awarding the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. He is a member o ...

                                               

Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training

The Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training is an administrative body of the State of Minnesota, that sets regulations and controls the training and licensing of police officers. The Minnesota legislature replaced the Minnesota Pe ...

                                               

Caroline Gleich

Gleich was born in Minnesota. She and her family moved to the state of Utah at the age of 15, where she developed an interest in skiing. Both of her parents are physicians at the University of Utah. Gleich decided to become an activist during her ...

                                               

CCRA

CCRA may refer to: Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement, an international mutual recognition arrangement Center City Residents Association, an organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Certified Clinical Research Associate, an ...

                                               

Steve Hollenhorst

Steven Jon Hollenhorst is an American environmental scholar and dean of the Huxley College of the Environment at Western Washington University. He is the founder of the West Virginia Land Trust and the McCall Outdoor Science School. His scholarsh ...

                                               

Michael J. Sadowsky

Michael J. Sadowsky is an American microbiologist at the University of Minnesota. He is the director of the BioTechnology Institute and a Professor in the Department of Soil, Water, and Climate. Sadowskys scientific career spans over 40 years, mo ...

                                               

Responses to the 2020 Chinese involvement with Hong Kong national security law

In May 2020, the Chinese Government announced plans to draft a new national security law for Hong Kong, something required under Hong Kong Basic Law but which should explicitly be written and enacted by Hong Kongs own government. In response to a ...

                                               

Timeline of the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests (July 2020)

The month of July 2020 in the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests began with a turning point in the evolution of the protests, brought about by the Hong Kong national security law. The law, which had come into effect the night before the annual 1 July pro ...

                                               

Annette Aiello

Annette Aiello is an American zoologist, botanical entomologist, and professor. She develops academic activities at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.

                                               

Topo Islet

Topo Islet is a vegetated uninhabited islet just off the southeastern tip of the island of São Jorge in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores.

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