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Those of the Pennsylvania impressionists include romantic realist Daniel Garber (1880-1958) who created "A Wooded Watershed," the largest painting in the museum and works by American tonalist William Langson
Lathrop (1859-1938), the "grandfather of the New Hope Art Colony," who invited his students and colleagues for Sunday afternoon tea at his home, creating a sense of community.
Head teacher Chloe Langson
said the school was "absolutely delighted" with its progress up the chart, but maintained there was more still to be done.
An early scene of Langson
, a village in northern Vietnam where Tri Huu Tran's family lived during the French occupation, is depicted in shaggy, unfinished-looking sketches as remote and mountainous: "Langson
's isolation and ruggedness made it a perfect base of operations for the Vietminh.
, "Robustifying model predictive control of constrained linear systems," Electronics Letters, vol.
Energy Inc, a company that has developed an efficient power conversion system called the Gas Letdown Generator, has shipped the unit to Argentina.
(35.) "M[ingant], For Jacques," n.d., Enclosure in "Subject: Liaison with Langson
," Larson Memorandum to Wight, March 23, 1944, courtesy of Robert Larson.
I consulted the microfilm copy at Langson
Library (Microfilm M 000797), University of California, Irvine.
In the article on Edmonia Lewis (October 2007) you refer to John Mercer Langson
as the 'first black American congressman'.
see Keerthi and Gilbert, 1988; Muske and Rawlings, 1993; Valluri et al., 1998; Kazantzis and Kravaris, 1999; and Mayne et al., 2000 for an excellent review; Langson
et al., 2004).
"The key to cogeneration has always been harnessing the heat that is traditionally lost in traditional power plants that are only about 30% efficient," said Richard Langson
, Vectors chairman and CEO.