David Lee Ingersoll

David Lee Ingersoll is a cartoonist and illustrator based in Seattle, United States. Born in Anchorage, Alaska soon after the 1964 earthquake, he spent most of his childhood and young adult years in northern California, specifically the then small town of Sebastopol. He started drawing at an early age, preferring to concentrate on dinosaurs and other monsters.
Clement Eaton
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Marion Mann (singer)
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Louis Pons
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Emmet John Hughes
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Rosie Bonds
Rosie Bonds Kreidler competed in the 1964 Summer Olympics for the United States in the Women's 80 metre hurdles. She finished in 1st place in the fourth heat of the first round, in 4th place in the first semifinal, and in 8th place in the final race after
Chromolithe is a light art that gives the impression that the buildings have been painted with glowing colours. Chromolithe installations have been made for cathedrals and churches, historic public buildings, modern art museums, and even banks
Elizabeth Bauer Mock
Elizabeth (Bauer) Mock was director of the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and a university professor. She was a charter apprentice at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin, and the first former Taliesin fellow to join the
Center for Cultural Studies at UC Santa Cruz
The Center for Cultural Studies is a research center at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Founded in 1988, the Center encourages a broad range of research in Cultural studies, particularly across disciplinary boundaries. The Center's activities
Abecedarian hymn
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Andrei Simonov
Andrei Dmitrievich Simonov was a Russian Armed Forces major general serving as Chief of the Electronic Warfare Troops of the 2nd Army of the Western Military District