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The bookplates of George Taylor Friend, O.B.E. (1881-1969)

Philip Charles Beddingham

The bookplates of George Taylor Friend, O.B.E. (1881-1969)

by Philip Charles Beddingham

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Published by (c/o Gray"s Inn Library, South Sq., Gray"s Inn, WC1R 5EU), [P. C. Beddingham] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Friend, George Taylor, 1881-1969.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by P. C. Beddingham.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ996.F83 B4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1], xi, 35, [6] leaves.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5471374M
    ISBN 100950269204
    LC Control Number73174500
    OCLC/WorldCa741525

    Taylor, George, one of the signers of the American Declaration of Independence, was born in Ireland in At an early age he was placed with a physician to study medicine, but not liking the profession he ran away from home without consulting his friends. Post-interval, G. T. Friend spoke, and showed slides of engraved book plates, followed by P. Smith. N. Wilkinson was absent so H. Nelson spoke and showed slides; prints owned by F. Emanuel and C. Thomas were exhibited on the walls (Fifty-third annual report of the committee of the Art Workers' Guild, , p. 11).

    George Taylor was buried in the family cemetery on his farm in St. Francois County Missouri. George Taylor was the first born son of Daniel Taylor () & Jane (Rowland) Taylor () Daniel Taylor born is a son of James Taylor () & Ann (Owen) Taylor ( ) Jane (Rowland). Born in Eldon, Missouri, USA on 23 Mar to James Britton "Jimmy" Taylor and Sarah Elizabeth PHILLIPS. George A Taylor-married Ida Ann Kelsay and had 1 passed away on 21 Sep in Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co. ID.

    Taylor Law. United States Synopsis. The Taylor Law is the common name for New York State's Public Employee Fair Employment Act, Article 14 of the New York State Civil Service Law, which was enacted in It is named for the chairman of the commission that proposed it. The Taylor Law replaced the Condon-Wadlin Act of , which forbade public employees from .   The truth was that George Taylor, in a 20th-century phrase, was suffering from "burnout." At he had seen most of what he owned eaten up by war and mismanagement. Taylor's wife and son.


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