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Winnifred Sullivan and Classmates ST PATRICK'S CONVENT SCHOOL - October 12, 2015 I have received a very interesting photo from Pamela (Brown) Hartman. Pamela graduated from St Patrick's in 1976. Pamela's mother, WINNIFRED SULLIVAN, is in this picture, front row, fifth from right. Winnifred Sullivan Brown is in the very centre of the front row, 5th right. The photo, taken in the 1950s, is of Sr Imelda's Commercial Class. After graduation, many girls went on to do a Business Course, known in those days ...http://stpatricksconventschool.blogspot.com/2015/10/winnifred-sullivan-and-classmates.html
Citizens of London TEA AT TRIANON - September 27, 2015 Citizens of London by Lynne Olson can be described as nothing less than a tour de force about the Americans who stood with the British as Germany attacked in the Second World War. Researched with precision, the book has the suspenseful pacing of a thriller as the horrified reader watches London bombed during the Blitz. While aware of the ultimate conclusions, the unfolding of events still had me reeling at the conjoined despair and unremitting determination of the citizens ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/09/citizens-of-london.html
Let's wait for Kennedy to tell us. How can we know what is "not a ... LEX COMMUNIS - September 7, 2015 ... decision no one has thought of–other than a judge in Tennessee who was faced with the task of granting a couple a divorce. Chancellor Jeffrey M. Atherton says he could not rule on the divorce of a couple because, "With the U.S. Supreme Court having defined what must be recognized as a marriage, it would appear that Tennessee's judiciary must now await the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court as to what is not a marriage, or better stated, when a marriage ...http://peterseanesq.blogspot.com/2015/09/lets-wait-for-kennedy-to-tell-us.html
Remembering Julian Bond, 1940-2015: "Tireless Champion for Civil and Human Rights" THE WILD REED - August 17, 2015 . Above: An iconic image that anyone who has ever found themselves marginalized and/or denounced because of their commitment to justice and peace could relate to. It shows members of the Georgia House of Representatives voting to deny the newly-elected Julian Bond (center) his seat in 1966. The representatives voted 184-12 not to seat Bond because he had publicly endorsed opposition to U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War . The Supreme Court overturned their vote and Bond ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2015/08/remembering-julian-bond-1940-2015.html