Evans, Charles

Evans, Charles,

1850–1935, American librarian and bibliographer, b. Boston. He organized many major American libraries including the Indianapolis public library, the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, and the Omaha public library. He also classified the Newberry Library in Chicago. An authority on American literature, Evans published American Bibliography (1903–55), a chronological directory of all material published in the United States from 1639 to 1820.

Evans, Charles

(1850–1935) librarian, bibliographer; born in Boston, Mass. He cofounded the American Library Association (1876) and created the 12-volume American Bibliography, an index of material printed in America from 1639 to the early 1800s.
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FOR SPORT RELIEF Saturday, BBC1, 6pm PRESENTED by Ore Oduba, five celebrities (Stacey Solomon, Steve Backshall, Yasmin Evans, Charles Venn and Helen Glover) battle it out in five fun but filthy races, while back in the studio five contestants try to pick the winner.
Besides the songs composed by Younge and Muhammad, the album also contains songs by Raphael Saadiq, Faith Evans, Charles Bradley and Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings.
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Groomsmen were Stephen Andrew Compton, Reed Anthony Evans, Charles John Fagan, Michael Ashley Julius, Richard Milling Kyle, Matthew Samuel Sharpe, and Noah Edward Stayton.
Gerry Evans, Charles Armstrong, Robert Nairac are also thought to have been murdered by the IRA Seamus Ruddy was last seen in France and thought to have been murdered by the INLA in 1985.
Past presidents and honorary members attending included: Norris Anders, Peter Billey, Jeff Coolsaet, Paul Evans, Charles H.
The 1908 Wales men's hockey team was: Bertrand Turnbull, Edward Richards, Llewelyn Evans, Charles Shepherd, Richard Lynn, Frederick Connor, Frederick Phillips, Arthur Lowe, Phillip Turnbull, James Williams, Wilfred Pallott.
Monterey's collective lineups comprised a virtual who's who of jazz history: Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Benny Carter, Woody Herman, Ben Webster, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Gerry Mulligan, Bill Evans, Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk.