American journalist and social reformer Written By: See Article History Alternative Titles: She later was active in promoting justice for African Americans.
She had been a resident at Piper Shores in Scarborough, Maine since She graduated from Connecticut College in It was there that she met her future husband, Doug McClure, a Yale student, on a blind date. They proceeded to spend the next 54 years together, continuously moving westward as their lives took them from Pomfret, Connecticut to Congers, New York to Princeton, New Jersey to Sewickley, Pennsylvania and Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Eventually they returned east and retired to Maine, a state dear to both their hearts and which they had come back to every year after spending a summer studying the Russian language at Colby College in Kay is predeceased by her husband, brothers, and parents.
Kay was a loving and creative soul, who was always ready for anything and happiest when she was with family and friends.
She played by her own rules and lived a full life. A memorial service will be held in Princeton, New Jersey on December 8th, Online condolences may be expressed at www.
He was a proud resident of Princeton for 37 years. Riggs and the late Letha Mae Cagle. He went to work immediately with the Celanese Corporation, holding key management positions in the Specialty Chemical Division. Professionally, Millard transitioned in when he joined Merrill Lynch for 27 years in Princeton.
Clark Award in Millard was a man that enjoyed every aspect of life as he traveled the world, had an abiding love of music, and was an avid collector of rare and antiquarian books.
He formed deep, meaningful relationships with people all over the world and always made a positive impact on everyone he met.
Millard was generous to others in need and an inspiration and role model to all ages. His Labradors Lady and Aspen were dear companions to him. The family thanks the entire medical team from Princeton Medical Center and Capital Health Medical Center for their professional service and gracious attention to his care.
Memorials may be directed to K9 Care Montana, Inc. He was born in Antwerp, Belgium in After serving in the U. Army, he received B. From tohe worked in medical physics, improving the use of high energy X-rays in cancer therapy.
His basic research involved almost every electronic property of vitreous and organic semiconductors, particularly in thin films.
New River Valley Obituary Collection. The obituraries listed in this section are from various sources including those listed below. Most of these were published in newspapers in the southwest Virginia and northwest North Carolina area during the to time period. Watch video · A daughter of slaves, Ida B. Wells was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi, on July 16, A journalist, Wells led an anti-lynching crusade in the United States in the s, and went on to found and become integral in groups striving for African-American justice. She died in . Perserving our Heritage Level 1 Part 1, Moe Ccue C My Box-Spanish 6/Pk, Stone A Visit to the Suez Canal (), T. K. Lynch Ageing, health and care, Christina R. Victor Lighthouses and Lifesaving on Washington's Outer Coast, William S Hanable.
He was also active in device work in the areas of solar energy, television displays, and thin film transistor circuits. Dresner was a fellow of the American Physical Society and the author of 44 scientific papers, and he was granted 10 U.
He and his family came to have much love for the people of that country and made many long-lasting friendships there. He enjoyed a long marriage with his beloved wife, Esther, who predeceased him. He was a lover of music who tried to become learned in every aspect of world culture.
He was proud of being literate in seven languages. He leaves behind his daughter, Lisa M. Dresner, and a large network of extended family and friends. In addition to raising six children, Rita was a prolific community volunteer, most notably for The League of Women Voters of the Princeton Area, where she was an active member for over 50 years.
Her league activities included serving as president in the early s and as co-chair in — The organization created the Rita Ludlum Citizenship Award in her honor. Rita also ran the catechism program at St.Early life and education.
Ida Minerva Tarbell was born on a farm in Erie County, Pennsylvania, on November 5, , to Esther Ann (née McCullough), a teacher, and Franklin Summer Tarbell, a teacher and a joiner and later an oilman.
She was born in the log cabin home of her maternal grandfather, Walter Raleigh McCullough, a Scots-Irish pioneer, and his wife. Obituaries. A large number of the obituaries transcribed here are from The Current Wave newspaper at Eminence, Missouri.
Permission was granted by The Current Wave to Kathy Welch Heidel, former coordinator of this page. Ida Bell Wells-Barnett (July 16, – March 25, ), more commonly known as Ida B. Wells, was an African-American investigative journalist, educator, and an early leader in the Civil Rights urbanagricultureinitiative.com was one of the founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
She arguably became the most famous black woman in America, during a life that was. Ida B. Wells-Barnett (), journalist, civil rights advocate, suffragist. Ida Bell Wells-Barnett lived in Chicago in this lateth-century Romanesque Revival style stone residence while fighting to end lynching, segregation and the economic oppression of African Americans.
Wells-Barnett was a prominent journalist, activist, and researcher, in the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries.
In her lifetime, she battled sexism, racism, and violence. In her lifetime, she battled sexism, racism, and violence. + free ebooks online. Did you know that you can help us produce ebooks by proof-reading just one page a day?
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