Nelson, George

Nelson, George

(1907–1986) industrial designer; born in Hartford, Conn. After architecture studies at Yale, Catholic University, and the American Academy in Rome, he founded his own industrial design firm (1946) and became design director at Herman Miller Furniture Company. Among his original concepts were the pedestrian mall (1942), storage wall (1946), and office work station (1947). He edited Architectural Forum (1935–44), Design Journal (1968–73), and various design books.
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His songs have been recorded by country music royalty (Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, George Strait), current chart-toppers (Tim McGraw, Keith Urban), blues icons (Etta James), and rock and roll legends (Van Morrison, Bob Seger).
The chapter on "Public Heroes and Private Royals" builds on the tendencies of the eighteenth century, showing the differences between figures such as Lord Nelson, George III, and Queen Adelaide.
Frizzell has created an extensive catalog of portraits of the stars, personally for the stars, including Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, George Jones, Ken Mellons, Randy Travis, Brad Paisley, Gene Watson, Alan Jackson, Moe Bandy, Mark Chestnut, Jerrod Niemann and Emi Sunshine among others.
Other senior Orange representatives at the meeting included Rev Alistair Smyth, Drew Nelson, George Chittick and Dr David Hume.
According to journalist Frazier Nelson, George Mathewson and other RBS heads seemed to have a "Braveheart mentality" and wanted to eat English banks.
High Honors: Tiana Benton, Timothy Bernard, Nicole Chionchio, Denise Flores, Zachary Garnes, Aspen Kelly, Molly McCausland, Collin Nelson, George Piselli, Danielle Richmond, Sydney Robinson, Kyle Santoro, Timothy Scanlon, Guy Vigneau
Names that became crooks of legend included John Dillinger, Charles "Pretty Boy" Floyd, Baby Face Nelson, George "Machine Gun" Kelly and Bonnie and Clyde.
Yesterday O'Brien said: "Mount Nelson, George Washington and Eagle Mountain are the three we're looking at for the Champion Stakes."
Willie Nelson, George Jones and Kris Kristofferson sang Big River, and Travis Tritt performed a slow, bluesy version of I Walk the Line.
Pete Cresswell and Maurice Hipkiss offer the music of Willie Nelson, George Straight, Kenny Rogers and Cajun songs.
William Fulbright, Gaylord Nelson, George McGovern, and Charles McC.
An award winning artist, Frizzell has created an extensive catalog of portraits of the stars, personally for the stars, including Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, George Jones, Ken Mellons, Randy Travis, Brad Paisley, Gene Watson, Alan Jackson, Moe Bandy, Mark Chestnut, Jerrod Niemann and Emi Sunshine among others.