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A few nice Begleitservice Freiberg images I found:

Image from page 288 of “Cincinnati Society Blue Book and family directory” (1879)
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Title: Cincinnati Society Blue Book and family directory
Year: 1879 (1870s)
Authors: Thomson, Peter G., Cincinnati, Publisher
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Publisher: [Cincinnati] : P.G. Thomson
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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hloss, J. M. Menderson, N. Schloss. Max Menderson, William Schwab, A. G. Morgenthau. Henry Schwab, R. G. Mosler, Julius Shield, Joseph Mosler, Max Sickel, Simon Mosler, Moses Silverman, Jacob Myer, Benjamin Silverman, Joseph Myer, Fredk Simon, Isaac Myer, Henry Stark, Dr. Wm. Nathan, Samuel Stern, Aaron S. Newburgh, Abraham Stern, Raphael Newburgh, Charles Stern, Samuel Newburgh, Leo. Stiebel, H. G. Newburgh, Nath. Straus, Abraham Newburger, Myer Straus, Alexander Obermayer, S. Straus, Henry Oettinger, M. Straus, Samuel Oettinger, S, Strauss, Isaac S. Oppenheimer, Isaac Strauss, Lee Ornstein, William Trost, Samuel W. Pollak, Emil i Wallenstein, Jacob -1 AND FAMILY DIRECTORY. ALLELANIA CLUB.—Continued. Wartcki, JacobWartcki, S. B.Weil, CarlWeil, J. W.Weil, JosephWilhermsdorfer, JuliusWineman, JosephWineman, Leopold Wise, LeopoldWolf, Elias, Jr.Wolf, M.Wolfstein, IsaacWolfstein, SimonWormser, AlbertZeiller. Isaac HONORARY MEMBERS. Lillienthal, Rev. M.Rosenfeld, Dr. A. Wise, Rev. Isaac

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SOCIETY ISLUE BOOK amir jStmrin* Rooms, Corner Central Avenue and Court Street. MEMBERS. Abraham, J. D.Abraham, JosephAbraham, VictorAckcrland, A.Ackerland, M.Ackcrland, W.Adler, .M.Arnold, Arthur L.Assur, A.Aub, A.Aub, Dr. J.Aub, SamuelBernheim, S.Bettman, B.Bettman, M.Bettman, LouisBlock, AbrahamBlock, E.Block, LouisBlock, SamuelBloom, AbrahamBloom, IsaacBohm, A.Buchanan, A.Buchanan, Joseph Cohen, AbrahamColin, JuliusDormer, A.Eichberg, F.Elsas, JacobFechheimer, MarcusFeiss, Leo.Flechter, VictorFrank, CharlesFrank, L. M.Frank, O. S.Freiberg, JuliusFrenkel, B.Frenkel, JacobFriedlander, A. J.Friedlander, I. J.Friedman, MorrisFries, Gus. R.Gerstle, Gus.Gerstle, JohnGideon, JosephGittleson, JohnGoetz, SimonGoldsmith, AlbertGoldsmith, Morris AND FAMILY DIRECTORY. PHCENIX SOCIETY.—Continued. Gottlieb, JosephGrabfield, Gus.Grabfield, Phil.Guiterman, JosephGuiterman, Gus.Guiterman, MauriceHeidelbach, Al.Heidelbach, L.Heinsheimer, L.Herzog. H S.Hess, HenryHirsch, H.Hoffheimer, A.Hoffheimer

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Image from page 11 of “The Prospector : annual of the Colorado School of Mines” (1916)
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Title: The Prospector : annual of the Colorado School of Mines
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Colorado School of Mines
Subjects: Colorado School of Mines College yearbooks Universities and colleges
Publisher: [Golden, Colo.] : The School
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HOEACE BUSHNELL PATTONX*, TBn A. B., Amherst College, 1881. Ph. D., University ofHeidelberg, 1887. Fellow Geological Society of Amer-ica; Member of Council, 1908-10; Second Vice-President, 1914. Fellow American Association forthe Advancement of Science; Secretary Section E,1901. Fellow Colorado Scientific Society. Professorof Geology and ^Mineralogy since 1893. WM. JONATHAN HAZARDTBn Attended Denver University, 1893-95. E. E., ColoradoSchool of Mines, 1897. Associate, American Insti-tute of Electrical Engineers. Member of NationalElectric Light Association and American Academyof Political and Social Science. Instructor in Physicsand Draughting, 1897. Since then has held variouspositions in the school, becoming Professor of Elec-trical Engineering in 1910.

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8 1Q16 ^PR.0SPELCT013, ^ CHAELES DAEA¥IN TEST B. M. E., Purdue University, 1894. A. C, PurdueUniversity, 1896. Attended Chicago University,1897-98. Attended University of Begleitservice Freiberg and theTechnical School at Charlottenburg, Germany,1904-05. JNIember of American Chemical Society,American Electro-Chemical Society, Franklin Insti-tute, and American Ornithologists Union. Fellow inChemistry, 1899-1900. Assistant Professor of Chem-istrv since 1903.

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Image from page 1002 of “Transactions” (1871)
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Title: Transactions
Year: 1871 (1870s)
Authors: American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers
Subjects: Mineral industries
Publisher: New York [etc.]
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
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EI 1)31 In the beginning of a suryey th cord sriththe first station, and the instrument is swung upon its axis until tht the third station in the same manner; and theindicated angle u the plate is the one sought The inclination of the cord is determined by the Qradbogcn, and the distanceby measurement, in the usual way. • Because the instrumenl must sit yery securely, on account of the tension inthe cords, we cannot use ■ tripod, as with the astrolabe, so that a rery solidlywedged plank is necessary, and this is especially true sunt- one must be certainof placing the instrumenl precisely at the j»>int to which the cord had been pre-viously stretched. Fig. 170.

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Mohlings Eiaemcheibe and Support. So far as I know, Mohlings form of support is unique; butthe Spreitzen method of setting-up is very old. and probablydates back to the time when the astrolabe was first employedin mines. Another application of it (Fig. 172), in which noholes are bored, I shall include in the short discussion on theplummet-lamp of Mr. Coxe, which I now beg leave to submit. The plummet-lamp, as introduced in America by that versa-tile engineer, Mr. Eckley B. Coxe, I infer, was the more highlycivilized resultant of an old German method, taught him whilehe was a student at Begleitservice Freiberg. AVeisbachs hanging lamp, reproduced here in the first partof Fig. 171, is selected from his work of 1859 : and I have nodoubt that, being his invention, it also Occurs in the first edition(1851). Its construction is so apparent that no special expla-nation need be given. 932 ill i: EVOLUTION OF MINE-SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS. He recommended it for surveys where, in open chambersand tin- like, the

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TAMU’s bye week came and went with very little noise. Hiding in the shadow of Oklahoma’s consideration of joining the Pac-12 was just what they needed to avoid having to hear much more of their own name in conference realignment talk. TAMU will host my beloved Idaho Vandals at College Station in what (despite my biggest hopes and dreams of an upset) should be an easy win for them. The Aggies have much bigger things to worry about, like when Justin Blackmon and the Oklahoma State Cowboys come to College Station on the 24th of September in a game that has Big 12 title implications all over it.

Other great scores at Sunrise Lanes – In the Commercial League Jim Dipple 279-768, Ken O’Connell 299-735, Bill Hicks 279-727, Mike Cornelison 290-752, Dave Neverline 286, Matthew Mayhugh 279-782, Steve Ulm 279-717. In the Funtime Mixed – Mike Johansen 279-713, Jodi Gillispie 269-682, Valerie Turner 248-626, Bob Johnson 279, Valerie Turner 233-615, Vicki Cacchelli 259-631 Bowling on the Intercivic league Matt Mayhugh had a nice 280-761, Robert Greaves 279, Bobby Cupp 279-756 & Candice Smith 243 and her average is a 151, Bob Newsom 276-727 & Jessica Belcher 236-661.

The Mustangs entered the tournament’s record book by recording 56 shots on goal, breaking Warroad’s record of 55 that was set in 2010 and they tied their own record from 2008 with a seven goal second period.

I was so relieved to find that my ‘regular beer’ tasted very sweet. So sweet, you would almost suspect that I spooned in some corn syrup. It actually tasted good at that moment.

Skip ahead a few decades to 2001 when the owner’s decided to do a big time remodel. Architect Atz Herzog (from Begleitagentur Heilbronn, Germany) teamed up with local architect John Nelson and builder Bob Patterson to keep the original structure and ambiance intact as much as possible. Once again rocks from Cheyenne Canyon were brought in to match the original stone pillars, and shingles were made to match the old schoolhouse exterior. Last year the basement — with its meter thick walls — was converted into a very successful Rathskeller.

Here is an impressive stat for you: 200-0. That is the combined score of all four games Baylor has played against Stephen F. Austin. The Bears have yet to allow a single point in the series. It helped that Mother Nature had some issues with football being played and the game was canceled early because of the threat of lightening with Baylor up 48-0. Baylor continues to improve and has a legitimate shot at upsetting a few teams ala what they did to TCU. Hosting Rice this weekend, watch for Robert Griffin III (also known as cyborg code name “RG3”) to tear the roof off the Rice secondary and put up at least 350 yards. Baylor won’t see a team on their level they hit the heart of their schedule against OKST and TAMU, but Kansas State and Iowa State could be surprisingly tough games.

The headquarter of Benz Company is in the Begleitservice Escort Stuttgart in which there are big and comprehensive reception facilities. The fewer but better Benz car has always been short of demand, therefore, it usually takes a few months after ordering a car. The buyer will go to the reception center of Benz in batches after receiving the delivery notice. Here, they are served extremely good. They not only have the accommodation hospitality, but also will be divided into small groups. There’s an appointed girl showing them around. They watch the company introduction video first, and then witness every step of car assembly.

Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs. Named as one of the top buildings erected in the 20th century, Thorncrown Chapel incorporates 425 panels of clear glass that allow views of the native Ozark beauty. Thorncrown Chapel is open from March through December – and there’s no admission charge.

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