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Livro Que Contém escritos de Leonardo Da Vinci no valor de $ 30,8 Milhões Dólares

Detail of roundels of the dukes of Normandy, ancestors of William the Conqueror ('William Bastard'), and descendants of Wililam the Conqueror, from a genealogical chronicle of the kings of England, England (East Anglia?), c. 1340-1342

Dorothy Porter Wesley (1905-1995) by Carl Van Vechten on May 23, 1951. A pioneering librarian at Howard for 43 years,the crucial, tireless work she did still impacts us today. In 1948, she bought a manuscript by a female fugitive slave that became the bestselling book, "The Bondwoman’s Narrative" by Hannah Crafts. In September 2013, Gregg Hecimovich of Winthrop University in S.C. found the real Hannah Crafts - Hannah Bond, a slave in N.C. who disguised herself as a man and escaped slavery.

Frank Henry Mason, 1876-1935 The Forth Bridge London: The Dangerfield Printing Co., Ltd. Not dated

Audrey Hepburn - Pesquisa Google Hoje, dia 04 de maio, essa linda mulher, por dentro e por fora, estaria completando 85 anos. Que vida plena teve....

Happy 111th birthday to the legendary American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist Langston Hughes. At The New York Public Library you can find ample Langston Hughes information, including photos (the one featured here is from our Manuscripts and Archives Division), papers , books, and films. Of course, you can also go over to the NYPL’s great Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and visit the Langston Hughes Auditorium.

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Men Are More Narcissistic Than Women, Says Study

It might, according to researchers at the University at Buffalo School of Management, who looked at data from more than 475,000 people over three decades and found that, across the board, men are way more into themselves than women. "Narcissism is associated with various interpersonal dysfunctions, including an inability to maintain healthy long-term relationships, unethical behavior and aggression," said lead author Emily Grijalva, Ph.D., assistant professor of organization and human…

Blue Jay Bird from JCR Manuscript Review History

From the VBG archives: Dorothy Porter Wesley (1905-1995) photographed by Carl Van Vechten on May 23, 1951. Ms. Porter Wesley was the curator of the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center at Howard University for forty-three years and played the leading role in building its collection. The crucial, tireless work performed by Ms. Porter Wesley is still having an impact on history and literary studies today. In 1948, she noticed a manuscript that was said to have been written by a female fugitive…