|Contributions||Amory, Thomas, 1682-1728, Copley, John Singleton, 1738-1815|
|The Physical Object|
Katharine Greene Amory (Nov. 22, –Ap ) was an 18th-century Bostonian known for the journal she kept during the American is valued by historians for its record of daily life and for its window onto the viewpoint of a Loyalist woman.. Early years. Katharine Greene was born in Boston in , the oldest daughter of silversmith Rufus Greene and . Papers: In the Amory Family Papers, , cased volumes. Persons represented include John Sullivan. Papers: In the William M. Bell Orderly Book, 27 May July , 1 volume in a case. This collection is arranged into series according to individual family member. The papers of each individual are organized into topical groups: correspondence, diaries, financial records, legal records, literary papers, maps and drawings, miscellaneous, printed matter, and scrapbooks. Series I: James Russell () dates from to and includes financial records . Dr. Amory earned his M.D. from UC San Francisco. He has published more than peer reviewed papers in the field of male reproduction and holds current funding from the NIH grant for contraceptive research. Dr. Amory’s clinical and research interests include male infertility, testosterone deficiency, Klinefelter's syndrome. novel forms of.
Merchant trading and shipping family of Ireland, South Carolina, and Boston, Massachusetts. Letterbooks, correspondence, wills, a petition, financial papers, printed matter, and other material pertaining chiefly to Thomas Amory () and his grandson, Thomas Amory (). Ebenezer Foote family papers, Ebenezer Jackson papers, Edgar Stanton Maclay papers, circa Edmond Charles Genet papers, Edmund Physick family papers, Edward Dixon papers, Edward Preble papers, Elbridge Gerry papers, Elizabeth Burt papers, Series VII, Personal and Family Papers, consists primarily of Winslow's personal materials, but it also includes papers of his wife and a few materials of his mother, father and daughter. The series is organized in three sections: C.-E.A. Winslow, Anne . Black Coffee is a novelisation by the Australian-born writer and opera expert Charles Osborne of the play of the same name by crime fiction author Agatha Christie.. The novelisation was first published in the United Kingdom by HarperCollins on 2 November and in the United States by St. Martin's Press on 31 December It features Christie's famous literary Author: Agatha Christie.
(Credit: wsilver) TheFamily Papers series is published in English on a regular basis. It covers various areas such as entrepreneurship, strategy, finance, and policy, and is authored by TheFamily’s partners as well as occasional guest writers. Below is the updated list of those papers, in reverse chronological order. Amory Codman: The End Result of a Dream to Revolutionize Medicine Codman was born in Boston, to a Boston Brahmin family. He attended The Fay School in Southborough, and later went to high school at the St. Mark’s School, also in Southborough. By , he had published over 30 papers on the study of duodenal ulcers and was among the. (Patent Book No. 6, p. ) 17 Apr Mr. Amory BUTLER, acs, New Kent Co., upon head br of Hartquake Sw., on N. side of Mattapony Riv., Running to Bridge Sw., a br. of Peanketank Sw, Trans. of 6 pers: Geo. UPTON, Willam GROVES, Arth. , pp. ) Will of Amory BUTLER of the Parish of Sittingbourne, County of Rappa all my Books. Amory Bloch Lovins (born Novem ) is an American writer, physicist, and Chairman/Chief Scientist of the Rocky Mountain has written on energy policy and related areas for four decades. In , he was awarded the Right Livelihood Award for "pioneering soft energy paths for global security." He was named by TIME magazine one of Awards: World Technology Award, Right Livelihood .