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  • 1881
  • Seeing his promise, the firm sent him to St. Paul in 1881 to oversee a building project. (encyclopedia.com)
  • In 1881 he patented an engine he built in 1876 to run on hydrocarbon vapour which used an explosion once every two strokes of the piston rather than the once every fourof the more common Otto cycle used by most automobile engines. (todayinsci.com)
  • Already on the western cattle trail, city expanded as a frontier shipping point when Houston & Texas Central Railroad built a terminus here in 1881. (blogspot.com)
  • Plaza
  • In the photo above, the old Yankee Stadium once made a giant backdrop on the scene looking west from Lou Gehrig Plaza and the Grand Concourse on East 161st Street, but beginning in 2011, when the old Stadium was finally torn down, the viewer can see Manhattan in the background, with the new Yankee Stadium taking its place on the right side of the scene. (splicetoday.com)
  • When the new Yankee Stadium was built between 2007-2009, Babe Ruth Plaza, and its bronze sign, were moved to East 161st Street near the Stadium front entrance. (splicetoday.com)
  • The Chicago Room, which overlooks the plaza in Lincoln Park behind the museum building, displays a collection of stained glass. (wikipedia.org)
  • middle
  • The courthouse actually stood in the middle of the intersection, but was later moved to the northwest corner. (albemarledowntown.com)
  • The underlying minerals around the middle and upper Bigge are made up to a considerable degree of schistose , partly chalky clays and coarse clay. (wikipedia.org)
  • Towards the middle of the fifteenth century, the above-mentioned Andrew MacBrady (1445-55) rebuilt on a much larger scale the primitive church of St. Fedlemid, situated about seven miles due south of Triburna, and in 1454, with the approval of Pope Nicholas V, made it his cathedral. (catholic.org)
  • architect
  • Cass Gilbert was the U.S. architect responsible for the traditional style and regal proportions seen in many of the nation's finest public buildings-including the Supreme Court Building, in Washington, D.C. His remarkable body of work included federal, state, municipal, educational, and religious structures as well as facilities designed for commercial, industrial, and private use. (encyclopedia.com)
  • In 1896, Gilbert landed the job that would launch him to national prominence: he was appointed architect for the Minnesota State Capitol Building, in St. Paul. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Other firms involved in the competition thought Taylor, then architect of the Treasury Building, in Washington, D.C., had unfairly influenced the choice of his former partner. (encyclopedia.com)
  • year
  • These logjams may have dated back to reported eruptions of Mount Baker in the eighteenth century, but however formed, they were massive, and the upper jam grew every year as more natural debris made its way downriver. (historylink.org)
  • original
  • Since its original printing in 1952, the publication of the Handbook of Texas has been made possible through the support of its users. (tshaonline.org)
  • Like the one in the fall of 1893, during which, according to Rockaway's original historian Alfred H. Bellot, "the outer beach disappeared beneath the waves and every vestige of it and of all the buildings upon it was totally destroyed. (rockviv.com)
  • city
  • The City Commission voted to construct a new traffic lane on the Downtown Walking Mall, and to rename the road leading from the I-90 to downtown Last Chance Gulch (currently the name of the main downtown street only) to improve accessibility for tourists. (encyclopedia.com)
  • On Tuesday night, December 8 hundreds of persons will enter the new palace of sport to watch 'Slim Piutoville's basketball players enter tain Garfield in a structure worthy of the flctiool and of the city. (newspapers.com)
  • The Chicago dioramas feature Chicago's rise from a desolate frontier outpost to the bustling city that hosted the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. (wikipedia.org)
  • Local publisher and city council member Algernon Sidney Johnston oversaw the building of a public park here in the 1840s. (historiccolumbia.org)
  • The Century Block building housed Troost Furniture Store and City Plumbing Co., Starke and Sons Insurance Agency and The Style Shoppe women's store were other businesses that provided goods and services along State St. The Tip Top CafĂ© (opened around 1934) and the Brass Rail were some of the forerunners to popular downtown dining places. (silverbeachcarousel.com)
  • facilities
  • The New Jersey Urban Development Corporation provides low-interest loans to developers and businesses seeking to construct facilities in urban areas, including small business incubators. (encyclopedia.com)
  • business
  • In the days before government came to regulate every aspect of one's business life, these pioneers created their own health department, volunteer fire department, life-saving stations, post offices, churches and schools. (rockviv.com)
  • The EDA issues bonds to provide financing at favorable interest rates for business ventures, and makes low-interest loans and guarantees loans made by private investors and lenders. (encyclopedia.com)
  • In addition, the EDA administers a business incentive program that provides grants to expanding or relocating businesses that will create new jobs in New Jersey . (encyclopedia.com)
  • available
  • In addition, Trenton is the recipient of a $2,300,000 Economic Development Administration grant made available to help in the development of the Hill Complex in the Trenton enterprise zone . (encyclopedia.com)
  • Street
  • After 36 years in the Henry Ives Cobb structure on North Dearborn Street, the museum and library moved to the current structure in Lincoln Park. (wikipedia.org)
  • John Gagliardo opened shop at 611 Pleasant St. in 1930 and eventually moved his operation across the street to 606 Pleasant in the St. Joseph S&L Building to keep residents well heeled. (silverbeachcarousel.com)
  • church
  • As you read the history of the New Hope Baptist Church one cannot but be challenged to take what has been given us, and building upon this foundation, dedicate ourselves anew to reach people for Jesus Christ both in this community and the world. (ncdcr.gov)
  • It is a tribute to their ancestors and to their descendants, who, working together, have made New Hope Church a staunch and strong influence for Christianity in this community and in this world during the past Century - 1874-1974. (ncdcr.gov)
  • time
  • He eventually made his way to Terre Haute, the exact time of which is undetermined. (in.us)
  • Largest in the world at the time it was built in the early 1880's, it stretched from Beach 112 to Beach 116 Streets, and had a grand staircase wide enough to accommodate 40 people, side-by-side. (rockviv.com)
  • town
  • Built of a light-colored stone from a quarry two miles northwest of town, the building originally featured a polygonal central tower with a domed cupola. (ancestry.com)
  • Gained on county's undefined western border when Massachusetts created the town of Woodstock (now wholly within the state of Connecticut). (familysearch.org)
  • plans
  • On April 1, 1893, the Commissioners voted to receive the new courthouse, 'having examined the building in a body and the same having been built according to the plans and specifications heretofore adopted. (ancestry.com)
  • businesses
  • As they built homes and businesses here over the next several decades, the pioneers would come to learn that their enemies were dysentery, typhoid and influenza, and the punishing Nor'easters and hurricanes. (rockviv.com)
  • fire
  • After the fire, the Society began collecting new materials, which were stored in a building owned by J. Young Scammon , a prominent lawyer and member of the society. (wikipedia.org)
  • trade
  • The first mayor was John J. Linn, who, together with five aldermen, set down various ordinances and concentrated on leasing ferry operations across the Guadalupe River and making the river navigable for trade. (tshaonline.org)
  • process
  • An ongoing downtown revitalization planning process has resulted in suggestions for an outdoor market, building restoration, and increased residential space. (encyclopedia.com)
  • The plaintiff must also make a genuine effort to inform the defendant of the case through service of process , by which the plaintiff delivers to the defendant the same documents that the plaintiff filed with the court. (wn.com)