What is James Jerome Hill?

  • (noun): United States railroad tycoon (1838-1916).
    Synonyms: Hill, J. J. Hill

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Jerome, Indiana - Geography
... Jerome is located at 40°27′19″N 85°55′51″W / 40.45528°N 85.93083°W / 40.45528 -85.93083 ...
Peter Hill Beard - Personal Life
... His grandmother, Ruth (Hill) Beard, married, as her second husband, Pierre Lorillard IV, who was a tobacco magnate and is credited with helping to popularize the tuxedo ... A great-grandfather, James Jerome Hill, was founder of the Great Northern Railway in the late nineteenth/early twentieth centuries ... James Jerome Hill made his fortune in the railroad business, leaving as legacy both money, colonialism and art to his great-grandson Peter ...
Mutiny On The Mamaship - Track Listing
... Go Away from Here" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter, Robert Mittleman) "What More Can I Say" (Jerome Brailey, Skitch Lovett) "Lump" (Jerome Brailey, Raymond Carter) (released as ...
St. Jerome In Penance (Fra Lippo Lippi)
... Jerome in Penance is a painting by the Italian Renaissance painter Filippo Lippi, dating to c ... Jerome Penitent of which Lippi asked payment in a letter issued to Piero de' Medici in 1439 ... Jerome doing penance ...
Strait Is The Gate - Plot
... Jerome and Alissa as 10-11 year olds make an implicit commitment of undying affection for each other ... Nevertheless, she is happy to enjoy Jerome's intellectual discussions and keeps him hanging on to her affection ... Jerome thereby fails to recognise the real love of Alissa's sister Juliette who ends up making a fairly unsatisfactory marriage with someone else ...

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