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Fillmore

Millard. 1800--74, 13th president of the US (1850-53); a leader of the Whig Party
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Major organization : FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
By the time Alice Fletcher first contacted John Comfort Fillmore in 1888, Fletcher had already had a successful career as an anthropologist and was employed at the Peabody Museum.
Graham, who was born in Berlin but raised in New York under foster care, closed the Fillmore to research his family history.
Low lights, chocolaty decor, and sassy signature cocktails make the lounge at 1300 on Fillmore a smooth start to your night.
Logan said the former Fillmore managers joining the office have worked in several Brooklyn communities, not just the Cobble Hill area, and they plan to use their contacts to expand Elliman's business in the borough.
So long as Fillmore pretty much said no to everything, he qualified as a Kauffman notable if not a hero.
The project was purchased nearly five years ago for $314,000 from Fillmore Apartments LLC, led by Rick Schnellmann.
He embarks on a lifelong quest to discover the true "Millard Fillmore," penning a ten volume biography of history's most forgettable President.
Needless to say, Thrasher will not be invited back to have anymore events here at the Fillmore or at any of the other Bill Graham venues, including The Warfield (where Slayer played the night before).
Born in Locke, New York, Fillmore was first a lawyer in Buffalo, was elected to the state legislature, served several terms in Congress, and was elected Vice President on the ticket with Zachary Taylor in 1848.
water and wastewater utility company, announced today that its recently completed Fillmore Water Recycling Plant has been named Project of the Year in the Water/Wastewater category by the Ventura County (Calif.