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Lincoln Museum

Lincoln Museum can refer to: Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee, USA The Collection Lincolnshire, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK - formed from the ...

Boot Hill (disambiguation)

Boot Hill is the name for a number of cemeteries, chiefly in the American West. Boot Hill may also refer to: Boot Hill Museum in Dodge City, Kansas Boot Hill role-playing game, a role-playing game from TSR, Inc. "Boot Hill", a song performed by a ...

Kennedy Park

Kennedy Park may refer to: in Canada Kennedy Park, Toronto, a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in Ireland Kennedy Park Cork, Ireland, a park in Cork city, Ireland in the United States Kennedy Park Fall River, Massachusetts, listed on the ...

Seven Oaks

Seven Oaks or Sevenoaks may refer to: Canada Morningside, Toronto, alternate name for the neighbourhood Seven Oaks School Division Seven Oaks electoral district, in Winnipeg, 1956–89 Seven Oaks House Museum Battle of Seven Oaks 1816 Seven Oaks Sp ...

Valentine House

Valentine House may refer to: in England Valentine House, Essex, house of lineage, and/or estate home of the Raymond Baronetcy, of the Burrell baronets and in particular of Sir Charles Burrell, 3rd Baronet in the United States Valentine-French Ho ...

Morrill Hall

Morrill Hall may refer to: Morrill Hall Iowa State University Morrill Hall Oklahoma State University Morrill Hall University of Nevada, Reno Morrill Hall Cornell University, the building at Cornell University Morrill Hall University of Illinois a ...

Old Market

Old Market or variations with House, Building, or Historic District, may refer to: in the United States by state Old Market Omaha, Nebraska, listed as Old Market Historic District on the NRHP in Nebraska Old Market Louisville, Georgia, listed on ...

Cecilia Occelli

Maria Cecilia Yolanda Occelli Gonzalez, known by Cecilia Occelli, is a Mexican social advocate who served as the First Lady of Mexico from 1988 to 1994. She is the ex-wife of former Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari.

Hartley House

Hartley House may refer to: Hartley House Houston, Texas, listed on the National Register of Historic Placees Roland Hartley House, Everett, Washington Hartley House, Palm Harbor, Florida, home of the North Pinellas Historical Museum Bollinger-Ha ...

Lucinda Parker

Parker is originally from the Boston area. She grew up in Wayland, Massachusetts, and attended The Putney School. She earned Bachelor of Arts degree jointly from Reed College and The Museum School now Pacific Northwest College of Art, and an M.A. ...

Fairbanks House

Fairbanks House may refer to: Granite LDS Ward Chapel-Avard Fairbanks Studio, Sandy, Utah, listed on the NRHP in Salt Lake County, Utah Fairbanks Flats, Beloit, Wisconsin, NRHP-listed J. Leo Fairbanks House Corvallis, Oregon, NRHP-listed Fairbank ...

Lyman House

Lyman House may refer to: in the United States by state, then city/town Lyman Allen House and Barn, Amanda, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Fairfield County William Lyman House, Madison, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Lake County Lyman C. Joseph House, ...

Haynes House

Haynes House may refer to: Tidwell-Amis-Haynes House, Senoia, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Georgia Lemuel Haynes House, South Granville, New York, NRHP-listed John and Dorothy Haynes House, Fort Wayne, Indiana, NRHP-listed Tipton-Haynes State H ...

Harris House

Harris House may refer to: Spencer Harris House, Falkland, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Pitt County, North Carolina Harris-Borman House, Emporia, Kansas, listed on the NRHP in Lyon County, Kansas Harris-Tingey House, Centerville, Utah, l ...

Beebe House

Beebe House and variations may refer to: Horace Y. Beebe House, Ravenna, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Portage County Marcus Beebe House, Ipswich, South Dakota, listed on the NRHP in Edmunds County Beebe Ranch, Chincoteague, Virginia, a noted horse ...

Carver-Hill School

Carver-Hill School was a school for African Americans in Okaloosa County, Florida. It was the only school for African Americans in the county. Its former lunchroom housed the Carver-Hill Museum until a museum building was constructed. The school ...

Clarke (disambiguation)

Clarke Glacier disambiguation, three glaciers in Antarctica Clarke Quay, Singapore, an historical riverside quay Clarke City, the former name of Greenfield, California Clarkes Gap, a mountain pass west of Leesburg, Virginia Clarke River disambigu ...

Robinson House

Robinson House may refer to: Spies-Robinson House, Portland, Oregon, listed on the NRHP in Northeast Portland, Oregon Robinson House Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Tioga County, Pennsylvania Jesse R ...

Jepson

Jepson Alumni Center Jepson Center for the Arts in Savannah, Georgia on the University of Richmond campus Jepson Herbarium, Botanical Natural History Museum, University of California, Berkeley Jepson Hall Alice Andrews Jepson Theater

Avery House

Avery House may refer to: Avery House Fort Collins, Colorado, a National Register of Historic Places listing in Larimer County, Colorado Capt. Salem Avery House, Shady Side, Maryland Avery House Griswold, Connecticut Carlos Avery House, Wellingto ...

Jane Blaffer Owen

Jane Blaffer Owen was a patron of the arts, author, and heir to the Humble Oil fortune. She and her husband, Kenneth Dale Owen, helped resettle the community of New Harmony, Indiana north of Evansville, Indiana. She commissioned the Roofless Chur ...

Washington House

Colonel Lewis William Washington House, Halltown, West Virginia, NRHP-listed Heyward-Washington House, Charleston, South Carolina, NRHP-listed George Washington House Bladensburg, Maryland Charles Washington House, Charles Town, West Virginia Wil ...

Heritage Square

Heritage Square may refer to: Heritage Square Los Angeles Metro station - the Los Angeles metro station Heritage Square Golden, Colorado - amusement park in Golden, Colorado Heritage Square Fayetteville, North Carolina - the square in Fayettevill ...

Randall House

Randall-Hale Homestead, Stow, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP in Middlesex County, Massachusetts Truman-Randall House, Florence, Arizona, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Pinal County, Arizona Dr. Rufus Randall Residence, B ...

Mather House

Mather House may refer to: Call House, also known as the Henry R. and Mary Hewitt Mather House, Marquette, Michigan Mather House Case Western Reserve University, classroom building Mather House Convent, Louisiana, 1811 home Mather-Kirkland House, ...

Illinois Central Railroad Depot

Illinois Central Railroad Depot, and variations, may refer to: Illinois Central Passenger Depot-Storm Lake, Storm Lake, Iowa, listed on the NRHP in Iowa Illinois Central Railroad Depot Terry, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Hinds County, Missi ...

Louisville and Nashville Depot

The Louisville and Nashville Depot, or Louisville and Nashville Railroad Depot or Louisville and Nashville Passenger Station, Louisville and Nashville Railroad Passenger Depot or variations, may refer to the following former and active train stat ...

Audrey Barcio

Audrey Barcio is an American visual artist. She does paintings and installations and also teaches painting and drawing at Ball state University. Barcio is from Lafayette, Indiana and now lives in Chicago, Illinois.

Luxor (disambiguation)

Luxor is a city in Upper Egypt. Luxor may also refer to: Luxor video game Luxor, Pennsylvania, United States Luxor Governorate, the governorate of which Luxor is the capital Luxor album, by Robyn Hitchcock Luxor Museum, museum in Luxor, Egypt Lux ...

Phillips Library

Phillips Library may refer to: Phillips Library, a building on the campus of Aurora University Phillips Free Public Library in Phillipston, Massachusetts Phillips Library Massachusetts, a rare books and special collections library part of the Pea ...

Cabrillo

Cabrillo can refer to: Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, the first European to explore California. Cabrillo can also refer to: Cabrillo Bridge in San Diego California Cabrillo, a format for submitting computer logs in amateur radio contests Point Cabrillo ...

Roald Amundsen (railcar)

Named after the Norwegian explorer, the Roald Amundsen is a former Pullman Company private car; the last of seven Explorer-series cars built between 1927 and 1929 for the Pullman Companys pool of passenger cars. It was frequently used as the Unit ...

Grand Isle

In the United States: Grand Isle State Park Louisiana, a park on the island Grand Isle, Louisiana, a town located on the island Grand Isle, a barrier island on the Gulf Coast, part of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana Grand Isle, Maine, a town in Maine ...

Coalport (disambiguation)

Coalport or Coal Port, can refer to: Coalport porcelain, a type of porcelain. Coalport Branch Line, a railway branch line in Shropshire, England. Coalport, a village in Shropshire, England. Coalport China Museum, a museum. Coalport Canal, alterna ...

Mill Hill (disambiguation)

Mill Hill Historic Park, a museum complex in Norwalk, Connecticut Mill Hill Concord, North Carolina, historic house, home of master builder Jacob Stirewalt, listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places Mill Hill, Trenton, New Jersey, a ...

Noli me tangere (disambiguation)

Noli me tangere is the Latin version of words spoken by Jesus to Mary Magdalene. Noli me tangere may also refer to: Noli Me Tangere novel 1887, by Jose Rizal Noli Me Tangere Bernini, a sculptural arrangement in the church of Santi Domenico e Sist ...

Madonna and Child with Eight Saints

Madonna and Child with Eight Saints is an oil painting on canvas of c. 1515–1520 by Bramantino, originally in the church of Santa Maria del Giardino in Milan and now in the Contini Bonacossi collection at the Uffizi in Florence. It belongs to the ...

AACA Museum

The AACA Museum is a transportation museum located in Hershey, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is a 501 non-profit museum dedicated to the preservation of American automobile history. Despite its name the museum is not affiliated with the A ...

Harmonium (disambiguation)

A harmonium or pump organ is a reed organ that generates sound with foot- or hand-pumped bellows. Harmonium may also refer to: The earliest ringtone maker, released in 1997 Harmonium fictional creature, a creature in the 1959 novel The Sirens of ...

Neolithodes nipponensis

Neolithodes nipponensis is a species of king crab which is found in Japan and Taiwan. It has been found at depths from 200–1.752 metres.

Jules Gregory

Jules Gregory was an award-winning American architect and innovative urban planner who worked in the mid-twentieth-century modern era from Princeton, New Jersey for most of his career.

Palestine High School

Palestine High School could mean: Palestine High School Ohio, a defunct public school in Palestine, Ohio Palestine High School Illinois, a public school in Palestine, Illinois and Palestine Community Unit School District 3; teams are the Pioneers ...

Navesink

The Navesink tribe were a group of Lenape who inhabited the Raritan Bayshore near Sandy Hook and Mount Mitchill in northern North Jersey in the United States. Navesink may also refer to the following in the U.S. state of New Jersey: Monmouth Trac ...

St. Florians Martyr Greek Catholic Church, Budapest

The Budapest II. district 88, Main Street, was built in 1754 and was significantly expanded in 1759-1760 according to the plans of Matthew Nepauer. The main altar picture of the church was handed over in 1770. The church was renovated in the 1920 ...

David Cohen (military)

David Cohen was a member of the United States Army and a school teacher. In World War II, Cohen liberated the Ohrdruf concentration camp in Germany as a member of the 4th Armored Division as an American radio operator.

Ved Prakash Airy

Lieutenant General Ved Prakash Airy, MVC was an officer of the Indian Army, who served with the 3 Grenadiers. He is best known for his participation in the Battle of Basantar, one of the major battles of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, where he w ...

Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History

The Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History is a history museum in Kingston, New York in a former Jewish bakery. It includes a collection from the Reher family. It is at 101 Broadway in the Rondout–West Strand Historic District. The center ...

Museum of Science and Industry

Museum of Science & Industry Tampa, Florida California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Chicago

Ostia

Ostia may refer to: The plural form of ostium sponges, a pore present in sponges Ostia film, a 1970 Italian comedy film directed by Sergio Citti A fictional city in the Magic World in Negima Bishop of Ostia The plural form of ostium, an anatomica ...

Chryse

Chryse placename, name of various places occurring in Ancient Greek geography Chryse Bithynia Chryse mythology, name of several figures in Greek mythology Chryse Lesbos Chryse Hellespont Chryse Aeolis Chryse Caria Chryse Troad Chryse, another nam ...