Rochester s Leaders and Their Legacies

Here are glimpses of the nursery industry, Erie Canal, trolley days, downtown nightspots, theater performers, and recollections of unusual events, from fires and floods to the huge Elks Street Fair of 1899.

Rochester s Leaders and Their Legacies

Author: Donovan A. Shilling

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9780738538358

Page: 128

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Rochester owes much to those who made it the exceptional andunique city it has become. Many of the civic, commercial, industrial, and entertainment leaders who brought fame and prosperity to the city are saluted in Rochester Leaders and Their Legacies. A gallery of rare photographs reveals the images of the founders and their legacies: McCurdy's, McFarlin's, Edwards, and Sibley's department stores; important businesses and products; and entertainment venues and memories. Here are glimpses of the nursery industry, Erie Canal, trolley days, downtown nightspots, theater performers, and recollections of unusual events, from fires and floods to the huge Elks Street Fair of 1899.

Rochester Leaders and Their Legacies

The village of Brighton was proud of its fire department. Taken around 1885, the
firemen pose on an unpaved intersection of South Street (Winton Road) and East
Avenue, known at the time as Caley's Corners. The lift bridge in the background ...

Rochester Leaders and Their Legacies

Author: Donovan A. Shilling

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1439632529

Page: 128

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Rochester owes much to those who made it the exceptional andunique city it has become. Many of the civic, commercial, industrial, and entertainment leaders who brought fame and prosperity to the city are saluted in Rochester Leaders and Their Legacies. A gallery of rare photographs reveals the images of the founders and their legacies: McCurdy’s, McFarlin’s, Edwards, and Sibley’s department stores; important businesses and products; and entertainment venues and memories. Here are glimpses of the nursery industry, Erie Canal, trolley days, downtown nightspots, theater performers, and recollections of unusual events, from fires and floods to the huge Elks Street Fair of 1899.

The Alinsky Legacy

In the final act , good and evil have their dramatic confrontation and resolution ” (
Alinsky , 1971 : xx ) . ... An Alinsky trademark was a formal invitation extended by
local leaders to the organizer . ... Thus , in Rochester , New York , race riots in
1964 led the City Council of Churches to ask Alinsky to organize the city's black ...

The Alinsky Legacy

Author: Donald Charles Reitzes

Publisher: Jai Press

ISBN:

Page: 274

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Mission Legacies

Mission Legacies

Author: Gerald H. Anderson

Publisher: American Society of Missiology

ISBN:

Page: 654

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Contains seventy-eight biographies of missionaries involved in the modern Christian missionary movement. Includes biographies of missionaries such as Robert Speer, Kenneth Latourette, and William Taylor.

The Mayo Legacy

Dr . Mayo first went to Rochester during the Civil War as an examining surgeon
for the enrollment board , which had made that town its ... had become too limited
for him in Rochester ; in any event , he went to St . Paul with an associate and set
up an office there . ... He believed that physicians should be community leaders .

The Mayo Legacy

Author: Gunther W. Nagel

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 157

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Early history of the clinic and its staff.

Let Them Call Me Rebel

Saul Alinsky, His Life and Legacy Sanford D. Horwitt ... Thus , at nearly the same
time as he was castigating Rochester's leadership for its plantation mentality , he
was angling for a private meeting in New York City with none other than Paul ...

Let Them Call Me Rebel

Author: Sanford D. Horwitt

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN:

Page: 595

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A portrait of social activist Saul Alinsky analyzes the motives behind his innovative social programs and their impact on American attitudes toward social justice

Power Politics and Health

Pre - auto Aggregated Residential large corporations Social legacy . . . . . .
Community leadership . ... Throughout its social history , Rochester has
continuously had strong community leadership . In the beginning of the 19th
century , a few ...

Power  Politics  and Health

Author: Elianne Riska

Publisher: Helsinki, Finland : Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters : Sale, Academic Bookstore

ISBN:

Page: 152

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Legends and Legacies

This six years that I was in the Rochester project were happy and fulfilling years,
though the last two years after Dr. Aldrich's untimely death in 1949 were less
satisfying because he had truly been a great leader. ... Dr. Aldrich asked me to
study this because he said that in his Winnetka, Illinois pediatric practice he had
seen unhealthy babies born to women who had eaten inadequate diets, living
mostly on ...

Legends and Legacies

Author: Connie E. Vickery

Publisher: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company

ISBN:

Page: 341

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American Square Dance

Twenty - one questionnaires reported that their writer was serving in a leadership
capacity of some kind in a local or national area . ... Mini - Legacies reported
included the following : Prairie Conclave , Nebraska ; Let Us Speak Together (
LUST ) for Fun , New Jersey ; New York ... Ed Ross Smith Legacy Leadership
Chairman 1 IT REALLY HAPPENED by VERNON HARRIS ROCHESTER ,
ILLINOIS 26.

American Square Dance

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The Repeal and Its Legacy

He returned any donations from this and other sources that he felt were
questionable to his integrity. ... organizations who came in contact with him in
earlier years and developed high respect for this gregarious leader. A friend,
Junius Rochester, summed up Wing's appeal: “Wing Luke's wondrous flow of
intellectual flotsam from a carefully trained mind made him a legend to his friends
"9 As the campaign ...

The Repeal and Its Legacy

Author:

Publisher: Chinese History Society of

ISBN:

Page: 230

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Rochester Institute of Technology

Yet his leadership enabled the Institute to survive these changes and go beyond
them . ... whose legacy continues to Nourish the spirit of Rochester Institute of
Technology Daughter of John Randall President 1922 – 1936 Wife of RIT
President ...

Rochester Institute of Technology

Author: Dane R. Gordon

Publisher: RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press

ISBN: 9781933360249

Page: 649

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Rochester Institute of Technology's story now encompasses some 175 years of commitment to higher education. Almost uniquely among American universities, RIT has focused on educating a skilled workforce to support advancements in the industrialization and modernization of America. From its beginnings in 1829, when it harnessed the energy of a young city in upstate New York, through stunningly effective mergers and nimble responses to new technologies, RIT has evolved into a respected model in innovative higher education.In this new and enlarged edition of his original history of RIT (1982), Professor Gordon brings the university's fascinating chronicle up to date. RIT has enjoyed tremendous growth over the past 25 years, and readers will enjoy anecdotes on student life, insights into major initiatives, and an objective look at the tough decisions that have guided RIT into the company of the highest-ranking academic institutions in the United States. Rochester Institute of Technology: Industrial Development and Educational Innovation in an American City is of certain interest for urban and technological historians, college administrators nationwide, and especially RIT's own growing community of students, employees, supporters, and alumni.

Polio s Legacy

She also found some physicians in Rochester who were at least willing to listen
to her and gave the first presentation in the United ... offers evaluation and
treatment for post - polio patients and is a leader 10 Polio ' s Legacy : An Oral
History.

Polio s Legacy

Author: Edmund J. Sass

Publisher: University Press of Amer

ISBN: 9780761801443

Page: 278

View: 479

Victims of polio recount their experiences, in chapters such as Of Iron Lungs and Wheelchairs, Under the Knife, Adult Polio, Old Timers, Complete (or Almost Complete) Recovery, Active Lives, and Late Effects. The 35 stories range between the 1930s and the 1990s and reveal much about people's perception of the disease, the medical care and providers, the social reaction, and the evolution of memory through the years. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Legacies of the American Revolution

Perhaps for this reason more than for all others the suffering nation could identify
with their leader . ... If Frederick Douglass could conclude his Fourth of July
oration to the Rochester Ladies ' Anti - Slavery Society by drawing
encouragement ...

Legacies of the American Revolution

Author: Larry R. Gerlach

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 242

View: 329

The Legacy and Leadership of the Deaf Community

A father tells simply and clearly how he and his wife discovered their little girl was
deaf and of their struggle to find the best type of education for her ... Deaf Life (
MSM Productions , Ltd . , Box 63083 Marketplace Mall , Rochester , NY 14611 ) .

The Legacy and Leadership of the Deaf Community

Author: Alice Lougee Hagemeyer

Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies, American Library Association

ISBN:

Page: 36

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Congressional Record

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

The Medieval Legacy

However , several of these unlikely attempts at attack were successful , notably at
Rochester in 1215 , though even ... It might equally demand that the lower orders
in the feudal system should be prepared to follow their leader into battle on foot ...

The Medieval Legacy

Author: Edward Frank Lincoln

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 224

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About Time

Two Rochester giants were honored by the University of Rochester and its
Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African ... the University's commitment
to scholarship and civic engagement that honor the legacy of the famed
abolitionist's battle for equal opportunity . ... were awarded the University's first
Douglass medals given for civic engagement , citing their progressive political
leadership in ...

About     Time

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