Furber

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Holden Furber
... Holden Furber (13 March 1903 – 19 January 1993) was the twenty-first president of the Association for Asian Studies and a scholar who specialized in the ... Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1903, Furber was almost entirely educated in the Boston area, where he attended Brookline High School before graduating from Harvard ... Furber's potential as a young scholar was identified with the awarding of a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1937–38 ...
Robert Furber
... Robert Furber (1674-1756) was a British horticulturist and author, best known for writing the first seed catalogue produced in England ... Furber was a member of the "English Society of Gardners", a group formed in 1724 to protect the reputations of plant growers by mutually agreeing to names for newly-di ... Furber contributed to the group's work, including collaborating on a book documenting the plants discovered and named by the group ...
Joseph W. Furber
... Furber (1814–1884) was a politician from Minnesota Territory, a member of the Whig Party, and a former member of the Minnesota Territory House of ... Furber was the first Speaker of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives, a position he held at the territory's creation in 1849 ... Furber served on the Board of Regents for the University of Minnesota from 1851 to 1855, and after Minnesota was admitted to the Union, Furber served twice in the Minnesota House of ...
Wake Up And Dream - Songs (Broadway)
... Ivor Novello) She's Such a Comfort to Me (lyrics by Douglas Furber and Donovan Parsons music by Arthur Schwartz) The Banjo That Man Joe Plays Entrance of Emigrants Farruca Saragossa Jota Act II What ...
Gorham Manufacturing Company - Major Commissions
... single commission Gorham ever received was the famous Furber service ... Ordered by Colonel Henry Jewett Furber, the president of Universal Life Insurance Company of New York, the opulent 740-piece service represents Victorian ... and parcel-gilt "Neptune" epergne made for Furber as part of this service was displayed at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876 ...