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From the private art collection of M. Lamont Bean , of Washington State. His works and others include Pair of Leather Overstuffed Armchairs, etc. A Very Rare L. Golden Age Comics and More: Norita, Mamiya, Military, Kodak, Lenses, etc. See article in April Maine Antique Digest: Part 1 , Part 2. Dozens of Voigtlander Bessa, Vitessa, Vito, etc. See photos , catalog , and hammer prices. Denver Art Museum Collection , Z. Vintage Magazines Issue 1: Signed Book, Civil War Books, etc.
Fairfield Abstract Etching, etc. Collection of Stone Carvings: Including full size Khmer torsos, head fragments, frieze fragments, buddhas, and bodhisattvas. Including a large early double sided oil painting from the 's. Also a collection of antique Real Photo Postcards and Stereoviews from a local collection. Lighting and Stained Glass: Flatweave French Needlepoint Rug, etc. Antique Tibetan Dhangro Dami Drum, etc. Also clocks, lamps, pedestals that are all hand made of exotic woods.
Lots of Sterling Silver: Items from Carroll's Fine Jewelry: Wei "Boulevard Shadows" Oil, Z. Items from Brocklind's Costume Company: Hood" Oil Painting, Edith F. Collection of Oriental Rugs: It's believed the error was discovered almost immediately and Obtained directly from a family member are trophies awarded to Mrs. Cuneo who was the first woman to compete in auto racing. Active she regularly won or finished in the money until women were banned from racing in Included is a truly museum quality and historic sterling shield placque.
Commissoned to Gorham Silver Co. By Rainier Motor Company this sterling silver placque depicts Mrs. Cuneo in her race car and was awarded for completion of the Glidden Tour. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Signed books of 20th century U. Historical Medals including an Gold Medal awarded by the President of the United States to a hero who was one of four civilians that rescued the men of the schooner ship S.
Original Comic and Illustration: See photos , flip catalog , and hammer prices. This auction features hundreds of silver and gold coins, silver and gold bullion, rare foreign mint and proof sets, currency, graded silver Morgan and Peace dollars, ANACS Proof coins and sets, U. Several estate collections of U. Sterling trophies and match safes, antique Chinese silver, Dutch silver and much, much more. Abraham Bloemart 16th Cent. Antique Oriental Rugs, Sarouks, 4x6, 3x5, 3x12 runner, etc.
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Northwest Art and Sculpture: Art Deco Platinum 1. Impressive collection from local estate all dated with posters by N. Karpovskii, Peter Golub, E. Luppov, Yurii Chudov, N. Vekshin, Valentin Vittorov, O. Akimushkin, Boris Belpolsky, N. The majority were never framed and are in rarely found near mint condition.
Featuring the lifetime family collection of Northwest Artist, Danny Pierce. Also contemporary carvings and print work from various collections. A fine collection of paintings by Eustace Ziegler. Including a 20"x24" oil entitled "My Studio - Mt. Antique and Vintage Furnishings: NW Landscape Oil Paintings by listed artists: Tiffany Blue Aurene Tazza, L. Cultures include Colima, Jalisco, Chimay, etc. Great Location, Close to City, 3 Bedrooms, 1.
This is one of the finest groupings to be sold in the Seattle area. Vintage Stained Glass Lamp, Mica large lamp shade, pair of cherub figural lamps, stained glass front door, stained glass windows, etc. Hundreds of signed postcards, index cards, small photos and cut signatures. Memorabilia from the entertainment business and Hollywood including a rare Hoosiers movie prop, a basketball used in the filming of the game scenes.
Crew member's jacket from motion picture "The Natural," a Life Magazine with Roy Hobbs on the cover that was a movie prop from "The Natural," early studio promotional items from the film "Giant" starring James Dean, and many Hollywood autographed photos and programs. A collection of antique sports equipment including leather football helmets, early 's baseball gloves and bats and more. Transportation memorabilia, including very rare Seattle steamship photo and broadside, aviation autographs and more.
Indian Baskets, Navajo Turquoise items, Eskimo ivory bracelets, etc. Also, items from Fox's Gem Shop due to move. Fox's Gem Shop Items: Vintage to Modern Furnishings: Rainier Oil Painting, etc.
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It took a long time for me to get myself back, but I'm back. The current headmaster at St. George's School and past administrators were accused Tuesday of covering up systemic sexual abuse at the prestigious Middletown preparatory school that occurred in the s and '80s, and used "intimidating tactics aimed at silencing victims and protecting the school from scandal. The accusations were made at a news conference held by three St. George's alumnae, Anne Scott '80 , Lovkay '80 and Joan Reynolds '79 , who have described being sexually victimized in the s by former athletic director Al Gibbs.
Durso, released a page response to a December report issued by St. The response accuses Peterson and St. George's of trying to shield the school from scandal, but "in the end, it is the behavior of Mr. Peterson and the school in which is scandalous. The rebuttal contains graphic descriptions of two student-on-student rapes; and details of assaults by several staff. It names names, and tells of victims' anguish -- including one former student who burned himself repeatedly with cigarettes.
Scott said the rebuttal document "contains all of the information we have been able to gather" since the story first broke in The Boston Globe in mid-December. Scott said facing the conference "is a bit scary. It's a lot of emotions. I feel very sad.. The school's draft public report followed a month investigation into alleged sexual abuse by several staff and students at the school in the s and '80s. The women and their attorneys are seeking an independent investigation: The school's report identified 26 victims of abuse by several staff in during those years.
It underscored the School's "regret, sorrow and shame that students in our care were hurt," and stated that St. George's has forwarded information about other alleged perpetrators, including three students, to state police.
Rhode Island State Police Col. O'Donnell told The Journal that an investigation started on Nov. Harry Groome, from Arlington, Ma. As cameras clicked, Groome spoke about being raped at the elite St.
George's School in Middletown years ago in front of others. But when he gathered the courage to tell school administrators, no one really listened, Groome said. No one took him seriously. And no one called police.
After laying out "in graphic detail what had happened to me" to the then-headmaster, "I received a letter, but I never got the meeting I was looking for. The same happened with current headmaster Eric Peterson, Groome said. Peterson, instead of reporting this to police or advising me on what I could do, gave me a copy of school handbook and assured me school was a safe place and sent me on my way," he said.
He has to resign," said Groome, now The medical school also offers combined degree programs leading to the M. The laboratory is linked to 54 current or past Nobel Laureates who have been research or teaching faculty. The students meet in Providence, RI every 6—7 weeks for a week seminar each trimester. Art's Power to Enrich Patient Care.
Exploring Humanity Through Literature , which featured out of platform games to help learners understand materials, as well as a story-line that immerses users into a fictional world to help characters along their journey.
For the undergraduate class of enrolling in Fall , Brown received 35, applications, the largest applicant pool in the University's history. News ranked Brown's Warren Alpert Medical School the 5th most selective in the country, with an acceptance rate of 2. Brown admission policy is stipulated need-blind for all domestic applicants.
Brown has committed to "minimize its energy use, reduce negative environmental impacts and promote environmental stewardship. The "Brown is Green" website collects information about Brown's progress toward greenhouse gas emissions reductions and related campus initiatives, such as student groups, courses, and research. The Brown Bears are the third largest university sports program in the United States, sponsoring 38 varsity intercollegiate teams Harvard sponsors 42 and Princeton Brown's newest varsity team is women's rugby, promoted from club-sport status in Brown women's rowing has won 7 national titles between and The men's and women's crews have also won championship trophies at the Henley Royal Regatta and the Henley Women's Regatta.
Brown's men's soccer is consistently ranked in the top 20, [ citation needed ] and has won 18 Ivy League titles overall; recent [ when? Brown football, under its most successful coach historically, Phil Estes, won Ivy League championships in , , and Brown football's reemergence is credited to its Ivy League championship team, "The Magnificent Andersons," so named for its coach, John Anderson.
Heisman , and Pollard Award namesake Fritz Pollard. The Men's Lacrosse team also has a long and storied history. Brown women's gymnastics won the Ivy League tournament in and Brown varsity equestrian has won the Ivy League championship several times. The men's ultimate team, Brownian Motion , has twice won the national championship, in and The first intercollegiate ice hockey game in America was played between Brown and Harvard on January 19, In , Brown University tied with the University of Connecticut for the highest number of reported rapes in the nation, with its "total of reports of rape" on their main campus standing at The weekend includes an annual spring concert festival which has featured numerous famous artists.
About 12 percent of Brown students are in fraternities and sororities. There are 11 residential Greek houses: Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity was present on campus from to , but was unable to reactivate after World War II due to wartime losses. They are overseen by the Greek Council.
An alternative to Greek-letter organizations are the program houses organized by themes. As with Greek houses, the residents of program houses select their new members, usually at the start of the spring semester. Examples of program houses are St. The three organizations run a vegetarian co-op for the larger community. All students not in program housing enter a lottery for general housing.
Students form groups and are assigned time slots during which they can pick among the remaining housing options. The earliest societies at Brown were devoted to oration and debate.
The Pronouncing Society is mentioned in the diary of Solomon Drowne , class of , who was voted its president in It seems to have disappeared during the American Revolutionary War. We next hear of the Misokosmian Society, founded in and renamed the Philermenian Society in This was effectively a secret society with membership limited to It met fortnightly to hear speeches and debate and thrived until the Civil War; in its library held volumes.
In , a chapter of the Philandrian Society, also secret, was established at the College. In , the United Brothers was formed as an egalitarian alternative to the Philermenian Society. A tincture of political controversy sharpened their rivalry, the older society inclining to the aristocratic Federals, the younger to the Republicans, the democrats of that day.
The students continuing to increase in number, they outran the constitutional limits of both societies, and a third, the Franklin Society, was established in ; it never had the vitality of the other two, however, and died after ten years.
The Cammarian Club—founded in and taking its name from the Latin for lobster, its members' favorite dinner food—was at first a semi-secret society which "tapped" 15 seniors each year. In , self-perpetuating membership gave way to popular election by the student body, and thenceforward the Club served as the de facto undergraduate student government. In , unaccountably, it voted the name Cammarian Club out of existence, thereby amputating its tradition and longevity.
The successor and present-day organization is the generically-named Undergraduate Council of Students. Societas Domi Pacificae , known colloquially as "Pacifica House," is a present-day, self-described secret society, which nonetheless publishes a website and an email address. It claims a continuous line of descent from the Franklin Society of , citing a supposed intermediary "Franklin Society" traceable in the nineteenth century. But the intermediary turns out to be, on closer inspection, the well-known Providence Franklin Society, a civic organization unconnected to Brown whose origins and activity are well-documented.
But the first of these Rhees , see footnote infra is merely a sketch of the Brown organization; the second Stockwell is a reference-book article on the Providence Franklin Society itself; and the third is the Providence Franklin Society's own publication, which the "Pacifica House" reference mis-ascribes to the "Franklin Society," dropping the word "Providence.
There are over registered student organizations on campus with diverse interests. The Student Activities Fair, during the orientation program, provides first-year students the opportunity to become acquainted with the wide range of organizations. A sample of organizations includes:. Brown University has several resource centers on campus.
The centers often act as sources of support as well as safe spaces for students to explore certain aspects of their identity.
Additionally, the centers often provide physical spaces for students to study and have meetings. Although most centers are identity-focused, some provide academic support as well.
Established in at the demand of student protests, the BCSC encourages students to engage in critical dialogue, develop leadership skills, and promote social justice. Additionally, the BCSC hopes to foster community among the students it serves by providing spaces for students to meet and study. The Sarah Doyle Women's Center aims to provide a space for members of the Brown community to examine and explore issues surrounding gender. The center emphasizes intersectionality in its conversations on gender, encouraging people to see gender as present and relevant in various aspects of life.
The center hosts programs and workshops in order to facilitate dialogue and provide resources for students, faculty, and staff. Like many colleges, Brown mandates forced medical leaves for students expressing feelings of self-harm, depression, schizophrenia, or other forms of mental illness. Controversy arises within the college as to whether Brown follows the US Americans With Disabilities Act of , with Brown's own newspaper, The Brown Daily Herald , criticizing the University's policy behind readmission from psychological medical leave.
One mentally disabled student alleges, after 5 semesters of mandatory leave, that: At least you're not getting kicked out of Brown. Many students report that the process is not thorough enough to judge one's own progress in mental health, thereby violating ADA rights; the denial letters are often short and generic, with one sentence changed at most for multiple denials.
USNWR graduate school rankings . USNWR departmental rankings . Brown ranked seventh in the country between Princeton and Columbia in a study of high school seniors' revealed preferences for matriculation conducted by economists at Harvard, Wharton, and Boston University, and published in by the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Also factored in are standardized test scores, admissions rates, and students in the top 10 percent of their high school class. News by putting research universities and liberal arts colleges in a single sequence—ranked Brown 8th overall. As it had in and , the Princeton Review email poll of college students ranked Brown 1st in the country for "Happiest Students. Alumni in politics include U.
Secretary of State John Hay , U. Prominent alumni in business and finance include philanthropist John D. Important figures in the history of education include the father of American public school education Horace Mann , civil libertarian and Amherst College president Alexander Meiklejohn , first president of the University of South Carolina Jonathan Maxcy , Bates College founder Oren B.
Alumni in the computer sciences and industry include architect of Intel , , and Pentium microprocessors John H. Crawford '75, and inventor of the first silicon transistor Gordon Kidd Teal ' Sulzberger '04, and actress Julie Bowen ' Miller , and Senior Fellow Sergei Khrushchev. Horace Mann , class of , regarded as the father of American public education.
Janet Yellen , class of , the first woman in history to head the Federal Reserve. Samuel Gridley Howe , class of , abolitionist, pioneer advocate for the blind, "Lafayette of the Greek Revolution " and its historian.
Tracee Ellis Ross , class of , Award-winning actress, model, comedienne, and television host. Cecile Richards , class of , President of Planned Parenthood. Emma Watson class of , actress, model, activist. Brown's reputation as an institution with a free-spirited, iconoclastic student body is portrayed in fiction and popular culture.
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