1907: Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage, Reviewing Stand 1
This image is a photograph of ladies seated in a reviewing stand, probably for a parade. Margaret Olivia Sage is seated at the middle of the stand. She is wearing a dark dress and coat. Her dark hat has a long veil which is pulled back from her face. The other ladies are wearing light-colored clothes and large hats trimmed with flowers. The stand is draped with striped bunting and a uniformed policeman and a boy stand in front of it.,On November 15, 1907, Helen Gould wrote to the recently widowe
1855: Troy Female Seminary
This image depicts the Troy Female Seminary (later the Emma Willard School). The image shows a cluster of 5-story buildings with the gable end of one of them facing the street. A columned building is visible on the far right side of the picture. Several tall trees are in front of the buildings. There is a fence between the school grounds and the sidewalk. Ladies and gentlemen walk on the sidewalks in front of the school.,Troy Female Seminary, around 1855. Olivia Sage attended from 1846-1847, whi
1840?: Emma Willard, Portrait 1
This image is a portrait of Emma Willard, founder of the Troy Female Seminary (later the Emma Willard School). She is wearing a dark dress with a white lace scarf tucked into the neckline. A dark veil is pulled away from her face and extends from her white lace cap to below her shoulders.,Willard was a significant figure in the history of American education for girls, a prolific writer and educational theorist. Her Troy Female Seminary, founded after energetic fund-raising in Troy, N.Y. (then on
1895-05-16: Emma Willard Statue, Unveiling
This image is a photograph from the ceremony for the unveiling of the Emma Willard statue at the Emma Willard School, formerly the Troy Female Seminary. A large crowd of people, mostly women, surrounds the statue of a large, seated female figure, facing the photographer. Russell Sage Hall is in the background.,Unveiling the statue of Emma Willard at the dedication of Russell Sage Hall in Troy, New York, 1895. This striking photograph captures the moment when alumnae and friends of the seminary,
1906-12-10: de Forest, Robert W., to Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage
This image is a typewritten memorandum from Robert W. de Forest to Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage. The writer gives the outlines of what was to become the Russell Sage Foundation.,Russell Sage has died in July 1906, leaving Olivia Sage a $75 million dollar fortune. Five months later, her attorney and advisor Robert W. de Forest lays out his suggestions for a general-purpose benevolent trust, a "foundation" incorporated under federal and state laws and administered by trustees serving for life. This
"Tropicality, Tropicalism: Forest Resurgence and the Politics of Latin American Conservation" (video
Susanna Hecht, Professor of Urban Planning at the UCLA School of Public Affairs, delivers a lecture entitled, "Tropicality, Tropicalism: Forest Resurgence and the Politics of Latin American Conservation"
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A ball rolls down an inclined track and around a vertical circle. All of the ball's initial potential energy is converted into three forms of energy when it reaches the top of the loop: potential energy corresponding to the height of the loop, kinetic energy corresponding to the ball's velocity, and kinetic energy corresponding to the ball's rotation as it rolls. Knowing that the ball must achieve a certain velocity to make it around the loop and taking all forms of energy into account, one ca
UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann has a track record of fostering environments conducive to innovation, in both the public and private sector. In this engaging lecture, the renowned oncologist shares insights from her career in biotechnology and academia on leading teams, managing risks against rewards, and innovative product development. Desmond-Hellmann also shares her belief as to why entrepreneurs must remain relentless when it comes to pursuing their goals.
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Join the University Brass Choir as they embark on their first-ever road tour, to Washington, D.C. They played some of the nation's best venues, including the National Presbyterian Church, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, and the Kennedy Center. The group also took part in a workshop with the United States Marine Band.
This image is a photograph of E. Lilian Todd seated at the controls of her biplane while it sits on the ground. She is wearing a dark dress and jacket with a white collar and dark tie fastened with a brooch. She is also wearing dark gloves and a dark hat with a net veil pulled over her face. She is seated on a bench at the center of the plane and holds a steering wheel like that of a car.,This photographic image in E. Lilian Todd's photographic album shows the inventor posting stiffly at the con
This video, adapted from material provided by the ECHO partners, illustrates some of the traditional activities that connect the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians to their past. Activities include traditional dances, the use of traditional instruments such as the Choctaw drum and dance sticks, and participation in games like stickball. Closed captioning is included. (02:17)
In this performance video from From the Top at Carnegie Hall, cellist and volleyball player Jonah Ellsworth from Cambridge, Massachusetts, accompanied by host Christopher O'Riley, performs Variations on One String on a Theme of Rossini, by Niccolo Paganini. Watch as Jonah plays the entire song on one string, producing a wide variety of sounds. (05:30)
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Mannasseh Phiri, J-PAL Africa Launch
Loop the Loop
Relentless Pursuit of Innovation - Susan Desmond-Hellmann (UCSF)
VUCast: When to go for it…
Brass Choir Tour of D.C.
1910?: E. Lilian Todd At the Controls of Her "Todd Biplane"
Cloud Cover Episode 35 - Happy Birthday Windows Azure! In this episode, Steve and Wade:
In this episode, Steve and Wade:
TWC9: Nineys, MIX Open Call, WP7 GPS Emulator, & lots of new software releases This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the week's top developer news, including:
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the week's top developer news, including:
One String, Many Sounds: Jonah Ellsworth on Cello