Formed when Louis Prang sold out the interests in his lithographic firm to the Taber Art Company, then operating out of New Bedford, MA.
They started printing view-cards of Boston and holiday cards in 1898.
Technology transfer has played an increasingly important role in historic preservation during the latter half of the twentieth century, a situation attested to by the undertaking of an important congressional study in 1986 that assessed the role of federal agencies in the field.
In this book leading researchers update the earlier findings and contribute state-of-the-art reviews and evaluations of technological progress in their areas of expertise A pictorial account of early 20th century tourism in the Southwest follows the Santa Fe Railway and restaurants run by the Fred Harvey Company, and features numerous photos and illustrations from the famed Harvey postcards that were designed to promote the Southwest experience This report consists of papers from two symposia that focused on issues related to cultural site protection and preservation topics.
This article is about the liturgical celebration and romantic holiday.
For Brazil's corresponding celebration, see Dia dos Namorados. For other uses, see Valentine's Day (disambiguation). It originated as a Western Christian liturgical feast day honoring one or more early saints named Valentinus, and is recognized as a significant cultural and commercial celebration in many regions around the world, although it is not a public holiday in any country.
Specific tasks to be conducted at each site, such as site staking, site mapping, general description, and determinations of site depth, integrity, and dating and subsistence potential, were included in the scope-of-work This report summarizes the result of a literature and bibliographic review and telephone survey of Department of Defense (Do D) installations that focused on issues related to Native American access to religious and sacred sites located on Do D lands.
The report briefly examines the nature of religious and sacred sites, the legal framework for allowing Native American access to these properties, and current Do D policies concerning access issues.
Using these data, a recommendation is made for an approach that will result in a better understanding of Native American access needs by Do D personnel.
This railroad that primarily transported coal and lumber had a history of slow expansion.
In 1904 with the founding of Mount Rainier National Park their business greatly grew with the influx of tourists.
Frederick Henry Harvey (June 27, 1835 – February 9, 1901) was an entrepreneur who developed the Harvey House lunch rooms, restaurants, souvenir shops, and hotels, which served rail passengers on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, the Gulf Coast and Santa Fe Railway, the Kansas Pacific Railway, the St.
Louis-San Francisco Railway, and the Terminal Railroad Association of St. As an innovative restaurateur and marketer, Fred Harvey is credited with creating the first restaurant chain in the United States.