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PROFESSOR ALBERT O. HAMMOND

Over the years, Centenary University has had many supporters devoted to its success. Professor A. O. Hammond is no exception; he dedicated over forty years to Centenary as a teacher of Greek and Latin, stood by the school through its extreme highs and lows, and earned the respect of students and staff alike. 573 more words

History

An April Thesis 2017

One hundred years ago last week, Vladimir Lenin arrived at the Finland Station in what was then known as Petrograd. The violent and incompetent despot, Tsar Nicholas II, had been forced to step down following mass popular demonstrations. 1,178 more words

davis before the city of davis

And finally, here are the sketches from last month’s “Let’s Draw Davis!” sketchcrawl, the centenary tour of old Davis. A group of us met up on a Saturday morning outside the Dresbach-Hunt-Boyer Mansion at the corner of E and 2nd Streets, and set off exploring and sketching the bits of Davis that were a hundred years old or more. 707 more words

Sketchbloggery

Cellino's Guilt: The Reason for Leeds' Late Stumble Can Be Found in the Accounts - by Rob Atkinson

The basic reason that Leeds United, from a position of apparent strength within the play-off zone, tonight find themselves outside those play-offs, can be summed up in six simple words. 786 more words

Football

An Arras Mystery

Today marks the centenary of the death of Private Harold William Baker, 20th Royal Fusiliers, one of the men commemorated on Carshalton war memorial and who I wrote about in… 624 more words

WW1

SIGNING: Citrus Valley Blackhawks

Signing day at Citrus Valley High School featured distance runner Claire Graves going to Boise State, while baseball standouts Kyle Underwood signed with Willamette (Oregon) and Austin Warner with Centenary (Louisiana). 13 more words

World War I - Library of Congress

The portal World War I – Library of Congress is a section of the vast website of the Library of Congress. This portal offers easy access to the various digital collections of the Library of Congress concerning the First World War. 74 more words

Audiovisual Material