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1917-01-15: Cook, Paul, to Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage
One of these images is a typewritten letter from Paul Cook to Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage. The writer expresses thanks for a donation to the Emma Willard School for the Russell Sage College of Practical Arts. The other image is a reply typed onto the letter's envelope, in which Mrs. Sage responds that she does not require personal thanks and gives her reasons for donating to institutions in Troy, New York.,Paul Cook, President of the Board of Trustees of the Emma Willard School, thanks Margaret
1916-09-30: Todd, E. Lilian, to Henry W. de Forest
This image is a typewritten letter from E. Lilian Todd to Henry W. de Forest. The writer reports on the successful opening of the Russell Sage College of Practical Arts and explains why its endowment must be increased.,Olivia Sage's secretary, E. Lilian Todd, reports to Henry W. de Forest, partner in the de Forest brothers law firm, on the successful opening of Russell Sage College of Practical Arts in Troy, N.Y., made possible by Olivia's gift of $250,000. The response to the new institution ha
1912-08-26: Sage, Margaret Olivia Slocum, to A. Lawrence Lowell
This image is a handwritten letter from Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage to A. Lawrence Lowell. The writer discusses the name for the new dormitory she has funded at Harvard University.,Olivia Sage's letter to the President of Harvard University conveys her decision about what to name the new dormitory, providing a fascinating case-study of donor decision-making. As a donor, Olivia customarily hid behind her husband's name or behind that of her mentor, Emma Willard. President Lowell had rejected Oliv
1916-06-20: Kellas, Eliza, to John M. Glenn
This image is a typewritten letter from Eliza Kellas to John M. Glenn. The writer informs Mr. Glenn of the creation of the Russell Sage College of Practical Arts. She requests non-monetary assistance from the Russell Sage Foundation.,Olivia Sage established the Russell Sage Foundation, America's first general purpose foundation with $10 million in April 1907. Following the outlines sketched by Robert W. de Forest, the foundation was set up as an engine of social research and reform (the assumpti
Top 10 Longest-Living Creatures
This video is a part of the All Time 10's series and focuses on the longest-living creatures. While I do not know how accurate these are, this video would be very interesting for younger students especially when comparing the human life to some of the other animals. (1:31)
Relative risk reduction and absolute risk reduction
This RLO considers how to measure and interpret the magnitude of effect in clinical trial results using relative risk reduction (RRR) and absolute risk reduction (ARR).
Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Orson Welles, Larry Jordan (1 of 5)
Larry Jordan's 1977 experimental film - using animated engravings of Gustave Dore with Orson Welles reading the timeless Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem. The albatross is a symbol of a burden weighing on the soul for wrongful acts done without thought or conscience.
Inside the National Weather Service
A great introduction to the Meteorology Group Project, this video describes the National Weather Service and how weather forecasts are issued. Examples of Ohio weather are shown in this video while the challenges of forecasting are described. (7:04)
Top 10 Bizarre Facts About Animals
This video is a part of the All Time 10's series and focuses on bizarre animal facts. Animals really do do the strangest things, check out this video to find out what they art. (1:39)
Countdown to MIX11: Get the Goods (including a free pass) in 10 Minutes Find out the deets on MIX this year by tuning in to the Countdown show with @anyware and @ritzy each week. The inaugural show gives an overview of the conference this year, but let’s fast forward to the good stuff: how do you get your hands on that complimentary ticket? Well, MIX is a mix of things and we know it’s so much more than just the best web conference in Vegas. Tweet a creative
Find out the deets on MIX this year by tuning in to the Countdown show with @anyware and @ritzy each week. The inaugural show gives an overview of the conference this year, but let’s fast forward to the good stuff: how do you get your hands on that complimentary ticket? Well, MIX is a mix of things and we know it’s so much more than just the best web conference in Vegas. Tweet a creative
1912-11-15: Sage, Margaret Olivia Slocum, to E. Lilian Todd
This image consists of two documents: a handwritten letter from Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage to E. Lilian Todd and a file copy of a typewritten letter from E. Lilian Todd to Mary S. Ward. The former asks Miss Todd to compose and send the latter, declining the offer of the presidency of the Emma Willard Association.,The letter begins "Dear Lillian" (sic) and ends "Most affectionately." E. Lilian Todd, amateur engineer and inventor, had recently taken up the duties of secretary in the Fifth Avenue
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UW Gymnastics Rewind: 01/21/2011
Highlights from the UW Women's Gymnastic Meet on 01/21/2011.
Protests as Spanish FM tours Mideast
Spanish Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez tours the Middle East to promote peace -- but Jewish settlers respond with demonstrations.
1900: Flyer: For President Mrs. Lillie Devereux Blake, Draft
This image is a typewritten document with handwritten changes. The document is a draft of a flyer urging the election of Lillie Devereux Blake as president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1900. Olivia Sage is one of three signatories, along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and physician Mary Putnam Jacobi.,This flyer draft, written for distribution at the 1900 NAWSA (National American Woman Suffrage Association) Convention in Washington, D.C., illustrates an obscure moment in t