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The Mary Altar in St. John's Church. The altar was dedicated in the memory of Mrs. Mary Emily Wareham who died September 5, 1894 and was erected by her daughter Mrs. Emma S. Creighton.
Romanian - United States Relations
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|His Ph.D. in mathematics is from Columbia in New York City, he has been Romanian President Ceausescu's advisor on numerous technical issues, and he was a respected analyst and writer on diplomatic theory.
The Problems of the Persian Gulf
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Following WWII naval service and degrees from St. Olaf College and the University of Minnesota, Laingen entered U.S. Foreign Service which included a postings in Iran 1953-1956. Other postings in SW and ...
Thinking About Nuclear Weapons
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Admiral Lee held sea assignments until 1959. Then in succession, he was the director of politico-military policy in the Office of Chief of Naval Operations, ...
Perspectives On Recent Events in the Middle East
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Born in Jerusalem, Ms. El-Fattal recieved her B.A. and M.A. degrees from Oxford University in English language and literature. She has served as a visiting professor in the University of Damascus, has ...
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Liam Canniffe was born in Bandon, Co. Cork, 1944 and educated at Hamilton High School in Co. Cork as well as the University College Dublin. During his career Canniffe worked in the Department of Finance, ...
The United States, Latin America, and Europe: A Triangle of Interests
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Carless was born in 1925 and schooled at the London University, Cambridge, and Glasgow. In World War 2 he served in the Army. In the Foreign Office he has served in Bonn, as head of the Latin American ...
Shaping the Future Together: The UN, The US, and We The People
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Dr. Cannon has participated in U.N. global conferences on human settlements, population, women, science and technology, and transnational corporations in the global economy.
ASEAN: Today and Tomorrow
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Director of the Southeast Asian Studies Institute since 1972, Dr. Kernial holds degrees from the University of Malaya, University of British Columbia, and the Univeristy of London. He has published numerous ...
The Middleast Crises
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Mr. Spiers entered Government service in 1950 as a Foreign Affairs Analyst in the US Atomic Energy Commission. In 1955 he joined the Foreign Service and was assigned to the Bureau of International ...