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Leavenworth, Kansas

fred_harvey_founder_of_the_chain_restaurant.html A Fred Harvey museum is located in the former Harvey residence in Leavenworth, Kansas. A movie musical entitled ''The Harvey Girls'', starring Judy Garland, Cyd Charisse, and Angela Lansbury, and based on a near-pulp novel by Samuel Hopkins Adams was made in 1946. It won the Academy Award (Academy Awards) for Best Song for "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe." In 1952, Collazo was sentenced to death, but President Truman commuted his sentence to life imprisonment. He was sent to the federal prison (United States Penitentiary, Leavenworth) at Leavenworth, Kansas. Collazo's sentence was commuted to time served by President Jimmy Carter on September 6, 1979, after spending 29 years in jail. President Carter also commuted the sentences of Collazo's fellow nationalists Irving Flores, Rafael Cancel Miranda, and Lolita Lebrón. Collazo had been eligible for parole since April 1966, and Lebron since July 1969. Both Messrs. Cancel Miranda and Flores became eligible for parole in July 1979. However, none had applied for parole because of their political beliefs. Jimmy Carter: Puerto Rican Nationalists Announcement of the President's Commutation of Sentences Upon their return to Puerto Rico, they were received as heroes by the different independence groups. Berthoud graduated with a degree in engineering from Union College in 1849. In the early 1850s he worked as a surveyor on the Panama Canal. In 1855, he was living in Leavenworth (Leavenworth, Kansas) in the Kansas Territory where he became interested in the effort to build the first transcontinental railroad (First transcontinental railroad (North America)). In 1860, during the Colorado Gold Rush, Berthoud and his wife Helen settled in the western part of the territory in the new town of Golden (Golden, Colorado). Helen was a daughter of a founding Golden family, the Ferrells, and an original street of the town was named in her honor. In 1861, the town became part of the Colorado Territory. Berthoud spent much of his career surveying roads and railways throughout the region, and became an active citizen in Golden. From 1856 to 1859, he had charge of a congregation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he united two factions and organized ''Die treue Schwestern'' (the true Sisters), a benevolent society of Jewish women. He then held charges in Indianapolis; Detroit; Leavenworth, Kansas; Newark, New Jersey; and Nashville, Tennessee where he erected a synagogue. He moved to Leavenworth, Kansas, in 1861 and engaged in the transportation of military supplies to the various posts on the plains. He was engaged in the building of railroads, especially the Missouri River (Missouri River Railroad) and Kansas Central Railroad. He was elected as a Republican (Republican Party (United States)) to the U.S. Senate and served from March 4, 1871, to March 24, 1873, when he resigned in the face of a movement to expel him for bribery and corruption. Grossman, Mark; ''Political corruption in America: an encyclopedia of scandals, power, and greed'', ABC-CLIO, 2003 ISBN 1-57607-060-3. p. 44 From 1877 to 1897, he manufactured wagons and carriages, and from 1897 to 1915 he was president of the First National Bank of Leavenworth.


Acapulco

. The film, and its accompanying soundtrack album (Fun in Acapulco (album)), would be Presley's last release before the arrival of Beatlemania. ''Fun in Acapulco'' was the top grossing movie musical of 1963. From 23 February-13 June, ''Curtiss'' served as flagship for "Operation Greenhouse" and was the base for civilian and military technicians during the atomic tests at Eniwetok. She also provided meteorological information and operated a boat pool. ''Curtiss'' served at San


Hamilton, Ontario

movie. That and the newspaper going down on the stoop were actually shot in Baltimore. The Baltimore film commission made a big play to try and have us come there. We asked the question 'Do you have big sound stages?' and, uh, unfortunately the answer was no. When you do a movie musical you need big sound stages to build big sets, so because Baltimore did not have any big sets we shot in Toronto. The opening shots of the descent from the clouds and the newspaper being dropped onto


Manila

Rizaldy Zshornack''' (30 December 1937, Manila–18 November 2002, Muntinlupa) was a Filipino (Philippines) actor. Zshornack had a long career spanning from the 1950s to the 1990s. He is perhaps best known for his role in Black Mama, White Mama, a 1973 film. He is also one of the people who participated in the movie musical "Pinoy Beatles" in October 5, 1964. DATE OF BIRTH 30 December 1937 PLACE OF BIRTH Manila, Philippines DATE OF DEATH 18


Hollywood


Liverpool

music music_events.html here . Childhood He was born about 1894, near the small town of Supine. (In the movie musical, he says he was born in Liverpool.) His father, a section boss on the railroad, was killed when he was a month old. His mother was left with only "gumption" and a house in which she was able to keep boarders (boarding house). His early youth in Supine involved cornering all the marble (marble (toy))s in town at age nine, serving as a messenger


Manhattan

held a special place in New Yorkers' imaginations since at least the turn of the 20th century, and is the site of some of New York's best known buildings, including (east to west) the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, Times Square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. A popular 1933 (1933 in film) movie musical named ''42nd Street (42nd Street (film))'', set in Depression (Great Depression) Manhattan, colorfully described the bawdy mixture of Broadway


Vietnam

Story''''' is Vietnam's first movie musical filmed entirely on location in Vietnam including Saigon and Phan Thiet. One of the first films independently produced outside of the Communist controlled film industry, overseas Vietnamese director Ringo Le decided to return to his birthplace to shoot his first feature film project. "Saigon Love Story" had a highly acclaimed sold out screening at VC FilmFest 2006. The film was an official selection


Toronto

. That and the newspaper going down on the stoop were actually shot in Baltimore. The Baltimore film commission made a big play to try and have us come there. We asked the question 'Do you have big sound stages?' and, uh, unfortunately the answer was no. When you do a movie musical you need big sound stages to build big sets, so because Baltimore did not have any big sets we shot in Toronto. The opening shots of the descent from the clouds and the newspaper being dropped onto the Urban


Mexico

before the arrival of Beatlemania. ''Fun in Acapulco'' was the top grossing movie musical of 1963. thumb The University of Guanajuato (Image:Universidad de Guanajuato noche.jpg) This image, of the University of Guanajuato in Guanajuato (Guanajuato, Mexico), Mexico, I believe nicely shows the beautiful architecture of the main building and its dome. --Spangineer (User:Spangineer) ∞ (User talk:Spangineer) 03:31, Mar 16, 2005 (UTC) * Self-nominate and '''support


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