Some cool african american journalist images:
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Row houses located at indicatore forex dpo (from right to left) 1711-1719 S Street NW in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Built in 1892, the Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival style homes are designated as contributing properties to the Dupont Circle Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
1711 S Street – Previous occupants include attorney Myer Cohen, Lieutenant Commander Charles Trusedale Owens, Booker T. Washington’s chief aide and the highest ranking African American in Woodrow Wilson’s administration Emmett J. Scott, anthropologist Hannah Jopling, and journalist Robert G. Kaiser.
1713 S Street – Previous occupants include businessman Brooke Mackall and Senate Legislative Clerk Henry H. Gilfry.
(skips to 1717)
1717 S Street – Previous occupants include businessman John C. Fedrick, chemist Ivan S. Hocker, professor William Raymond Moody, Representative John C. Black, Colonel Champe Carter McCulloch, chapter house for Phi Sigma Kappa, chapter house for Theta Upsilon Omega, and headquarters for the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.
1719 S Street – Previous occupants include professor Robert Hamilton Martin, State Department clerk William H. Trouland, attorney and consul to Jamaica Louis Addison Dent, John Buckley (plaintiff in the Supreme Court case Corrigan v. Buckley), headquarters for the American Documentation Institute, and headquarters for Washington Women Economists.
برنامج تداول الاسهم الكويتيه Literary Soon-to-Reads. Stuff on my short list, 2004 (annotated)
Image by rjnagle
Unlike this photo , this photo contains the books I’ll actually get around to reading. I admit rearranging the shelf slightly for the sake of the photo (mainly to make the covers visible), but it’s otherwise in its natural habitat. If you are admiring this stack, you probably should read Scott Esposito’s how to tell if you own too many books . For kicks, you might want to compare the contents of this shelf with the books I’ve actually managed to finish.