Driscoll may refer to:

  • Driscoll (surname), people with the surname Driscoll
  • Driscoll, North Dakota, United States
  • Driscoll, Texas, United States
  • Driscoll Independent School District, in Driscoll, Texas, United States
  • Driscoll Catholic High School, in Addison, Illinois, United States
  • Driscoll's Block, a historic block in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
  • Driscoll Expressway, a proposed highway in New Jersey, United States
  • Driscoll Bridge, a toll bridge in New Jersey carrying the Garden State Parkway

Other articles related to "driscoll":

Luxury You Can Afford - Track Listing
... Watching the River Flow" (Bob Dylan) - 316 "Boogie Baby" (Phil Driscoll) - 351 "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" (Gary Brooker, Keith Reid, Matthew Fisher) - 527 "I Can't Say No" (John Bettis, Daniel ...
Driscoll, North Dakota - History
... Driscoll was named for Frederick Driscoll, a newspaper manager ... Driscoll is also home to "Uncle Jesse's Bar" which is named after longtime resident Jesse ... He still resides in Driscoll and the bar is the only means of entertainment for the city ...
List Of The Green Green Grass Characters - The Driscoll Brothers
... The Driscoll Brothers Only Fools and Horses The Green Green Grass character Portrayed by Roy Marsden and Christopher Ryan Created by John Sullivan Introduced by Gareth Gwenlan ...
Austin Museum Of Art - Clara Driscoll
... Known as "The Savior of the Alamo", Clara Driscoll was born on April 2, 1881, in St ... Mary's, Texas, on Copano Bay, to wealthy ranchers Robert and Julia Fox Driscoll ... In 1906, Driscoll married editor and publisher of the Austin American-Statesman newspaper, Hal Sevier ...
Mark Driscoll (screenwriter)
... Mark Driscoll is an American television producer and writer, born February 3, 1959 in Boston, Massachusetts ... Driscoll graduated from Harvard University in 1982 during his time there he was a member of the Harvard Lampoon ... Driscoll's other television credits include Married.. ...

Famous quotes containing the word driscoll:

    Hold fast your dreams!
    Within your heart
    Keep one still, secret spot
    Where dreams may go,
    —Louise Driscoll (b. 1875)