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  1. Centenarians are those persons who exceed 100 years of age. (Web site)
  2. Centenarians are the fastest growing age group in the US population Cognitive functional status of age-confirmed centenarians in a population-based study. (Web site)
  3. Centenarians are the fastest growing segment of the population - in Britain alone, there are about 7,000 centenarians.
  4. CENTENARIANS: The state with the largest percentage of centenarians is South Dakota, where 0.0033 percent of residents were 100 or over. (Web site)
  5. Centenarians are the fastest growing segment of our population.

Carl Rakosi

  1. Carl Rakosi was born on November 6, 1903, in Berlin, Germany, and came to the United States with his father and stepmother in 1910.

Scott Nearing

  1. Scott Nearing was one of America’s greatest 20th century peace activists and practical conservationists. (Web site)


  1. Kunitz was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, on July 29, 1905, child of an immigrant dressmaker from Lithuania. (Web site)
  2. Kunitz was an influence on many 20th century poets, including James Wright, Louise Gluck, and Carolyn Kizer. (Web site)
  3. Kunitz was an influence on many 20th century poets, including James Wright, Mark Doty, Louise Gl--ck, and Carolyn Kizer. (Web site)

Irving Berlin

  1. Irving Berlin's first credited song lyrics were for "Marie from Sunny Italy" in 1907, the year he changed his name.
  2. Irving Berlin var autodidakt p-- klaver og l--rte seg aldri noter. (Web site)
  3. Irving Berlin's family immigrated to the United States in 1891.

Ted Radcliffe

  1. A year later Ted Radcliffe signed on with the semi-pro Illinois Giants at $50 for every 15 games and 50-- a day meal money. (Web site)
  2. In 2005 an 8---x10--- monochrome photograph or a baseball autographed by Ted Radcliffe cost about $300 before his death.
  3. Ted Radcliffe would repeat similar words as a manager in the 40s and 50s. (Web site)


  1. Heidelberger was born in 1888 in New York City to David and Fannie Campe Heidelberger, a traveling salesman and a homemaker respectively. (Web site)
  2. Heidelberger was talented enough that concert musicians encouraged him to consider a professional career in music. (Web site)

Louis Maurer

  1. Louis Maurer was also the last surviving artist to have been employed by Currier and Ives .

Beatrice Wood

  1. Beatrice Wood was an important contemporary artist, craftperson and writer.
  2. Beatrice Wood was born in 1893 in San Francisco to wealthy, socially conscious parents. (Web site)
  3. Beatrice Wood was born in San Francisco, California, the daughter of wealthy socialites. (Web site)


  1. Schreckengost was also good friends with Cleveland's famed safety director Eliot Ness.
  2. Schreckengost was one of six children. (Web site)

George Burns

  1. George Burns was a loving and generous man who worshiped his wife, cherished his friendships, and took care of his family. (Web site)
  2. George Burns was an American comedian and actor.
  3. George Burns was born Nathan Birnbaum on January 20, 1896, the ninth of twelve children of an Orthodox Jewish family. (Web site)
  4. George Burns was truly one of the all time greats and it is safe to say that we will never see his likes again. (Web site)

Hal Roach

  1. Hal Roach is a prominent Irish comedian who is popular particularly with American tourists visiting Ireland.
  2. Hal Roach was a guest on Late Show with David Letterman in 1982 at the age of 90, and was presented with an honorary Academy Award in 1984.
  3. Hal Roach was a producer and motion picture executive best remembered for two things. (Web site)
  4. Hal Roach was born in Elmira, New York to a family of Irish Catholic extraction. (Web site)
  5. Hal Roach was gathering new talent for his popular Our Gang comedies. (Web site)

Ray Crist

  1. Ray Crist (born March 8, 1900) is a scientist. (Web site)
  2. Dr. Ray Crist, class of 1920, passed away on Saturday, July 23, 2005, at the age of 105.
  3. Ray Crist, 102 years old---America's oldest worker in 2002.


  1. Beckman was born in Cullom, Illinois on April 10, 1900, the son of a blacksmith.
  2. Beckman was born in Cullom, Illinois, the son of a blacksmith.


  1. Crist was born in central Pennsylvania, within a few miles of what would become Messiah College.
  2. Crist was retiring from Messiah College as probably the oldest working professor in the nation.

Emily Howland

  1. Emily Howland ( November 20, 1827 - January 29, 1929) was a philanthropist and educator.
  2. Januar 1983), --ltester nachgewiesener r--misch-katholischer Erzbischof Emily Howland ( 20.

George Seldes

  1. George Seldes ( November 16, 1890 – July 2, 1995) was an influential American investigative journalist and media critic.
  2. Frooks appeared as one of "The Witnesses" in Warren Beatty's 1981 film "Reds" along with fellow centenarian radicals Scott Nearing and George Seldes.

Grandma Moses

  1. Grandma Moses is one of the most important self-taught artists of the 20th century.
  2. Grandma Moses was a sleaze rock, punk band that stormed the Vancouver scene in the era of grunge.
  3. Grandma Moses was still painting at 100. (Web site)

Brooke Astor

  1. Brooke Astor is a magnificent benefactor and a legendary hostess, but she was, by her own account, a lousy mother. (Web site)
  2. Brooke Astor was always candid about the fact that she was not the motherly type.
  3. Brooke Astor was released from Lenox Hill Hospital on 29 July 2006 and moved to Holly Hill, her 75-acre estate in the village of Briarcliff Manor, New York.

Mother Jones

  1. Mother Jones is a bimonthly magazine and website named for socialist "union organizer" Mary Harris "Mother" Jones (1830-1930). (Web site)
  2. Mother Jones is a bimonthly magazine of political news and commentary, published by the Foundation for National Progress in San Francisco.
  3. Mother Jones is a non-profit magazine that does investigative reporting.
  4. Mother Jones is an independent, nonprofit magazine rooted in progressive political values and known for its investigative reporting.
  5. Mother Jones is an independent, nonprofit magazine rooted in what it terms progressive political values and known for its investigative reporting.

Alf Landon

  1. Alf Landon was the only Republican Governor elected in 1934 in the United States. (Web site)

Ancel Keys

  1. Ancel Keys died peacefully of old age on November 20, 2004 --two months before his 101st birthday. (Web site)
  2. Ancel Keys, physiologist and public health scientist, was born on January 20, 1904. (Web site)
  3. Dr. Ancel Keys, a Minnesota physiologist, put saturated fat on the map as a major cause of heart disease. (Web site)


  1. Seasongood was married to his wife, Agnes, from 1912 until her death in 1982.
  2. Seasongood was the founder of the Charter Party of Cincinnati, Ohio, and the city's first Charterite mayor.


  1. Woolson was a drummer boy himself and only 14 or 15 when the war ended. (Web site)
  2. Woolson was born in Watertown, N.Y. At 14 he came to Minnesota, where he joined his father - a former circus bandmaster. (Web site)
  3. Woolson was born in the New York farm hamlet of Antwerp, twenty-two miles northeast of Watertown, on Feb. (Web site)
  4. Woolson was deeply moved and upset at Hard's death. (Web site)

Albert Woolson

  1. Life magazine ran a 7-page article upon the death of Albert Woolson, in the August 20, 1956 issue. (Web site)
  2. The company never saw action, and Albert Woolson was discharged on September 7, 1865.
  3. In mid-2006, new census research indicated that Albert Woolson was actually only 106 years old, being listed as less than 1 year old in the 1850 census. (Web site)

Aaron Bank

  1. In 1952, Colonel Aaron Bank became the first commander of the Army's first Special Forces unit, called the 10th Special Forces Group.
  2. They still undergo an arduous training process in which large numbers of men fail or quit, as Aaron Bank required of the men of Operation Iron Cross.
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  1. Galla-Rini was also the first person to be inducted in the ATG Hall of Fame on his 99th birthday in 2003.
  2. Galla-Rini was born in Manchester, Connecticut, the third of seven children to John and Angela Galla-Rini, an Italian immigrant family.
  3. Galla-Rini was one of the founding members of the American Accordionists' Association (AAA) in 1938 in New York City, and is in fact their first member.

Hazel Wolf

  1. Living on Earth's Anna Solomon-Greenbaum, who brought us the feature on centenarians, has this remembrance of Hazel Wolf. (Web site)
  2. CURWOOD: Recently news came from Seattle that Hazel Wolf had died. (Web site)
  3. For her 100th birthday, King County honored her environmental activism by renaming the Eastside's Saddle Swamp the Hazel Wolf Wetlands.

Ivy Sawyer

  1. Ivy Sawyer ( February 13, 1898 - November 16, 1999) was an American cabaret and ballroom dancer, singer, and stage actress.
  2. External links Ivy Sawyer at the Internet Broadway Database This dance -related article is a stub.


  1. Swinburne was a member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) for a record-breaking 73 years, serving as president from 1902 to 1903. (Web site)
  2. Swinburne was a prominent engineer in the electrical industry. (Web site)
  3. Swinburne was also the first President of the Institution of Royal Engineers. (Web site)
  4. Swinburne was an awesome figure in the electrical industry. (Web site)

Bob Hope

  1. Bob Hope was a triple-threat superstar of radio, film and television during the 1940s and 1950s. (Web site)
  2. Bob Hope was honored with more than 1500 awards.
  3. Bob Hope was host of the Academy Awards ceremony 18 times between 1939 and 1977. (Web site)


  1. Limbert was also named as the association's most notable living leader, a "position" he held until his death at the age of 101 in 1998. (Web site)
  2. Limbert was also named as the associations most notable living leader, a "position" he held until his death at the age of 101 in 1998. (Web site)
  3. Limbert was then selected to serve the highest post in all of the YMCA movement. (Web site)


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  1. Rudge was 78 when Pound died, the beginning of the final phase of her life.
  2. Rudge was born to J. Edgar Rudge, a real estate investor, and Julia O'Connell Rudge, a professional singer.
  3. Rudge was fiercely proud to have always been financially independent of Pound and she continued her career as concert violinist until the Second World War.
  4. Rudge was fiercely proud to have always been financially independent of Pound, and continued her career as concert violinist until the Second World War.
  5. Rudge was now an established and successful Solo ist living in a luxurious apartment on Paris's ultra respectable " Right Bank ".

Charles Hartshorne

  1. Charles Hartshorne was a gentle man, beloved by three generations of students and others who came in contact with him. (Web site)

Nathaniel Kleitman

  1. Nathaniel Kleitman is one of the foremost pioneers in sleep research.

Dorothy Dickson

  1. Dorothy Dickson Ross was born in Sydney to a pioneering family whose roots in Holbrook, NSW, went back to the mid-1800s.
  2. During the trial, Dorothy Dickson became hysterical during the testimony of her son, Muhammad, who was in the car with Batin Dickson when he was shot. (Web site)
  3. Former Ziegfeld Girl and Broadway star Dorothy Dickson is perhaps best remembered as a popular leading lady on the London stage during the 1920s and 1930s. (Web site)

Audrey Munson

  1. Audrey Munson posed for this figure Fountain of the Setting Sun by Weinman.
  2. Although virtually forgotten today, Audrey Munson was a popular artist's model, muse, silent film actress, and newspaper columnist in the early 20th century. (Web site)

Barbara Kent

  1. Barbara Kent is one of the last surviving stars from film's silent era. (Web site)

Jimmie Davis

  1. Jimmie Davis was a master at deception, and I do not mean that in an unflattering way. (Web site)
  2. Jimmie Davis was also inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in 2007.
  3. Jimmie Davis was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1971 and into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1972.

Henry Boehm

  1. This is where Henry Boehm preached for over seventy years. (Web site)
  2. Henry Boehm ( June 8, 1775 – December 28, 1875) was an American clergyman and pastor. (Web site)

Chet Hoff

  1. Chet Hoff was the oldest living former MLB player ever having died at the age of 107. (Web site)


  1. Abbott is one of the most admired men in the history of Broadway and has been inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame.
  2. Abbott was also honored at the 1982 Kennedy Center Honors.
  3. Abbott was born in Forestville, New York, near the town of Salamanca, which twice elected his father mayor.


  1. Turner was active in Catholic organizations and in societies for the advancement of African-Americans.
  2. Turner was active in Catholic organizations and in societies for the advancement of the African-American. (Web site)
  3. Turner was also known as an activist who was a staunch defender of black rights and civil liberties.


  1. Mom was left there with him. (Web site)
  2. As an adoptive mom I am always on the look out for books that celebrate all kinds of families.
  3. What she sees there is absolutely eye-opening - it confirmed many thoughts I had had as an adoptive mom.


  1. Thomas is a lecturer in historical preservation and urban studies; Brownlee is professor of the history of art. (Web site)
  2. Thomas was far down in the cast as Freddy Fuller, Boys' Town's mayor, and was not asked to appear in the sequel, Men of Boys' Town (1941). (Web site)


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