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Roger N. Beachy - Awards and Honors
... Beachy, the founding President of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St ... Danforth and appointed by then Secretary of Agriculture, Ann M ... The Danforth Task Force recommended that Congress authorize the creation of NIFA as a way to strengthen agriculture research and to attract additional highly competitive research scientists to this ...
Streets In Toronto - Diagonals - Danforth Road
... See also Danforth Avenue Danforth Road Location Danforth Avenue — McCowan Road ...
The Music Hall (Toronto) - Opening
... in 1919, the building was first known as the Allen's Danforth, after its owner the Allen Theatre Chain ... Photoplay Palace", the theatre opened in the midst of both a building boom along Danforth Avenue (due to the opening of the Prince Edward Viaduct) and a boom in the construction of movie theatres following ... Allen's Danforth opened on August 18, 1919, and the first feature film shown was Goldwyn Pictures' Through the Wrong Door starring Madge Kennedy ...
Mary Danforth Ryle
... Mary Danforth Ryle was born in Paterson, New Jersey, on 8 January 1833, the daughter of Charles Danforth, the designer and manufacturer of the first ... A veteran of the War of 1812, Charles Danforth was also known for his patented invention, that of the Danforth Spindle, a cotton spinning frame ... Mary Danforth married William Ryle of Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, reputed to be the largest and wealthiest silk importer in the United States ...