Author: Alta Macadam
Publisher: Giunti Editore
Florence American Cemetery and Memorial Amo LEGHORN O 5 LOCATION The Florence American Cemetery is situated approximately 7.5 miles ( 12 kilometers ) south of Florence , Italy , on the west side of the Via Cassia , a main highway ...
Author: American Battle Monuments Commission
J. A. SPENCER , D. D. More about Florence - Churches , the Cathedral , Campanile , & c . - Studios of Americans in Florence - Powers , and works of Art - Palazzo Strozzi , massive Tuscan edifice - Points of interest - Palazzo Vecchio ...
World War II Florence American Cemetery and Memorial: 12 km (7.5 miles) south of Florence on the west side of Via Cassia. The RomeMilan highway passes near the cemetery. Open daily except for 25 December and 1 January; 9AM5PM.
Author: T Turner
Publisher: T Turner
748 Flirt ( Duroc ) . .446 Florence .88 , 137 Florizel ( Grey DiaFlirt ( Ivanhoe ) . .446 Florence ( Arab Fy- med ) . ... 792 Florence Guild ...... .451 strong ) . .455 Flora ( American Florence Lee .. ..451 Florizel M. ( Ball's Eagle ) ...
FLORENCE , Red with star , calved March 2 , 1880 , bred and owned by T. N. Boynton , Garden City , Blue Earth Co. , Minn . , got by Cambria Duke 28756 , out of Surprise 8th ( vol . 12 , p . 1251 ) by Belmont 7556 — Surprise 3d by ...
Written less than a month before his death . almost unprecedented and unequalled in the records of the American stage . Mr. Florence's Bardwell Slote will always live as a classic in the gallery of portraitures of national types ...
By risking her own life, she helped to win full citizenship for countless other African Americans through voting rights ... 1924) first lady Florence Mabel Kling was born in Marion, Ohio, on August 15, 1860, to Amos and Louisa Kling.
Author: Lynne Ford
Publisher: Infobase Holdings, Inc
In its rare and peculiar excel' ence , in delicately touched sentiment , Florence Vane has the merit of an antique song . I think of the valley and river , Of the old wood bright with blossoms ; Of the pure and chastened gladness ...
Author: Evert Augustus Duyckinck