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Mary Mahoney

Mary Mahoney

Biography of Mary Mahoney

The signatories of the Jeu de Paume oath

The signatories of the Jeu de Paume oath

Le Serment du Jeu de Paume, June 20, 1789 (sketch) .DAVID Jacques Louis (1748 - 1825) Extract from the minutes of the session of June 20, 1789 of the National Assembly held in the Salle du Jeu de Paume. : Le Serment du Jeu de Paume, June 20, 1789 (sketch) Author: DAVID Jacques Louis (1748 - 1825) Creation date: 1791 Date represented: June 20, 1789 Dimensions: Height 66 - Width 101.2 Technique and other indications: commissioned by the society of the friends of the constitution for the sitting room of the National Assembly in 1790 pen and brown ink, with repetitions in certain places in pen and black ink, brown wash and heightened with white on pencil lines Place of Conservation: National Museum of the Palace of Versailles (Versailles) websiteContact copyright: © Photo RMN-Grand PalaisImage reference: 83-000530 / MV 8409; INV Drawings 736The Oath of the Jeu de Paume, June 20, 1789 (sketch).

Craik-Patton House

Craik-Patton House

The Craik-Patton House is located in Daniel Boone Park near the Kanawha River in Charleston, West Virginia. It is an outstanding example of American Greek revival architecture.The house was built in 1834 by James Craik, a lawyer and farmer, and was named Elm Grove. John& 39;s Episcopal Church in Charleston.

Flatiron Building

Flatiron Building

The distinctive triangular shape of the Flatiron Building, designed by Chicago architect Daniel Burnham and built in 1902, allowed it to fill the wedge-shaped property located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway. The building was intended to serve as offices for the George A. Fuller Company, a major Chicago contracting firm.

USS Bailey (DD-269 )/ HMS Reading

USS Bailey (DD-269 )/ HMS Reading

USS Bailey (DD-269 )/ HMS Reading USS Bailey (DD-269) was a Clemson class destroyer that served with the Neutrality Patrol in 1939-40, before joining the Royal Navy as HMS Reading. In British hands she was used on convoy escort duties, briefly with the 8th Escort Group, before she joined the Newfoundland Escort Force.

Jacques Marquette

Jacques Marquette

Father Marquette, a Jesuit priest, missionary and explorer, was instrumental in expanding French influence in early New France. He was born in the northern French city of Laon, where his strong religious convictions blended with a fascination with faraway places, making him a likely candidate for membership in the Society of Jesus.