Palmer Hall, Southwestern, College of the Mississippi Valley
This is a southeast view of the exterior of Palmer Hall at what is now called Rhodes College. Note the ivy growing up the front of the building. The image is probably from the early 1940s.,Color postcard published by the Bluff City News Co., Memphis, TN. The back is divided and has a brief message and a one cent postage stamps postmarked Memphis 1944. An identification number, 2B-H1102 is in the lower right front corner
Lecture 18 - 11/30/2010
Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Revolutionary or Another Fad?
The management of diabetes, particularly type 1 diabetes, is on the verge of substantial change. Irl Hirsch, professor of medicine at the University of Washington, uses the results of recently published controlled trials and examples to illustrate how a new system of continuous glucose monitoring may change the way in which diabetes patients are treated. (Series: Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds)
The Rocky Road To Kansas, Part Two, Ellen Goodnow and Maria Felt: "advise those young men who brough
Ellen Goodnow and Maria Felt were early settlers sponsored by antislavery groups who wanted Kansas Territory to be admitted to the Union as a free state. Both of these women sent encouraging reports back east about their journeys to Kansas Territory and the new settlements there. Goodnow's husband Isaac was a co-founder of the town of Boston (later Manhattan), K. T. Goodnow quotes her husband as stating, "advise those young men who brought such doleful reports about Kansas, not to leave the s
My Christmas Wish. All Happiness in Heart and Home.
Message side of card.
Portrait of a Young Woman With Dark Hair
Portrait of a young woman in the photographer's studio. She has dark hair, parted in the middle and tied back with two tiny curls at her forehead. She wears a dress with a pleated front and a high collar.
Getting Started: 01 What is Dreamweaver?
Get an overview of what Dreamweaver can do. Create web pages, structure and declare text, and place images on the page. Use CSS to format a web page.
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until we gained a good position and we held it until dark then everything was still as death the two Armies laying within 3 hundred yards of each other. That night General Thomas finding that they were heavily Reenforced very quietly withdrew his forces under cover of the nite and we commenced falling back they finding us gone they advanced on our rear guards through a few shells soon dispersed them we killed several of them and took some prisoners they killed some in our Regiment though non
Kivelson's lecture 1 part B
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I have Deed of Trust already on Morris Williams land besides what I have already wrote for two hundred and fifty dollars and if he dont work he will lose his land and if I get it I will let the old man have it but he seems mighty confused in his mine one is uncertain what he will do or where he will go to so you had better write to me and direct your letter to Oaklevel, Henry County, Va Your friend one well with until death Peyton PearsonI will still write some more send me the ages
Towards a targeted surfactant stabilized ultrasound contrast agent
Gas-filled microbubbles are highly effective when used as ultrasound contrast agents due to the large difference in acoustic impedance between the gas in the bubble and the surrounding blood. The surfactant-based contrast agent ST68 (Span 60, Tween 80) developed in our laboratory (US Patent # 5, 352, 436) and filled with sulfur hexafluoride (SF6), was modified in an attempt to make the agent target specific. Modifications to the agent were done by incorporation an anchor molecule, phosphatidylet
notes and links related computer misuse act 1990
notes and links related computer misuse act 1990 - su white and Dexter Lowe and Tom Smith Keywords:computer misuse act
Julie Shackford, Princeton University: The Sporting Edge - IT Tools for Winning Soccer
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: Soccer coach Julie Shackford and assistant Scott Champ discuss Dartfish and other technologies that they are using from the scouting process to post-game analysis. More info: http://blogs.princeton.edu/itsacademic/2008/04/the_sporting_edge_it_tools_for_winning_soccer.html
The Fifth Virginia Convention
The American rebels stood to lose a lot by winning the war. Sites interpreter B.J. Pryor discusses the risk of success.
This hands-on activity explores the concept of static electricity. Students attract an O-shaped piece of cereal to a charged comb and watch the cereal jump away when it touches the comb. Students also observe Styrofoam pellets pulling towards a charged comb, then leaping back to the table.
1st Lieutenant Caleb H. Cooper, Company "E", 9th Cavalry (121st Regiment)
Lieutenant Cooper has curly hair that comes down just over his ears. He has a moustache and chin whiskers. He is wearing his uniform jacket. He signed his card, "Unreservedly, Cale H Cooper.",Lieutenant Cooper was from Newcastle, in Henry County, Indiana.