Among the historical figures to have resided in the Kalorama neighborhood are prominent politicians, including Woodrow Wilson, William
Howard Taft, Franklin D.
The list of those included on the new plaque are: Athol Gibson, George M Wilson, William
C Loader, Frederick Gibbon, Harry Essery, Douglas Hoult, John Thomas, Charles Probert, Frederick Trump, Lionel Window, William Sweet-Escott, George E Maddocks, John Williams, A Norman Brown, J Trevor Rees, Beresford Vyvyan, Rupert Hoult, Harold Chamen, David C Andrews, John O Boole, C Alan Young, Bertram Spence, Gwilym Lougher, Frank A Cook, Edward Hookway, Oliver J Hughes, Alfred H Howard, Percy Hoult, Alfred Harvey, R Vaughan Cleves, Kenneth Window and Cyril De Clare Yeld.
BLACKSTAFF FC: Daniel Moore, Carter Hoy, Leon Skillen, Mason King, Jack Boyd, Ross White, Cameron Wilson, William
Conville, Jay McComb, Jamie Dowie, Gledis Cakaj, Junior Lambe, Christian King, Abdulaziz Azi.
Victorious Dewsbury Rangers Under 16s (back, from left) Jordan Wilson, William
Kane, Jack Milnes, Ben Hawkins, Liam Milne, Elliot Audsley, Raz Mushtaq.
He and his immense contributions to the cultural life of his native city have never been forgotten (most recently, Arline Wilson, William
Roscoe: Commerce and Culture (Liverpool University Press, 2008)).
WINNERS: Mary King, Nicola Wilson, William
Fox-Pitt, Tina Cook and Zara Phillips celebrate with their silver medals.
Despite a strong performance, Tina Cook's single-fault showjumping round and the efforts of team-mates Zara Phillips, Nicola Wilson, William
Fox-Pitt and Mary King was not enough to oust European champions and favourites Germany, who took gold.
Bookended by the progressive giants Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, William
Howard Taft is most commonly remembered for his immense girth and for the large bathtub he installed in the White House.
For American examples, see Gore Vidal, Edmund Wilson, William
Appleman Williams, Sinclair Lewis, and Edward Abbey.
Johansen, Aaron Krohn, Bruce McKenzie, Malcolm Morano, Spencer Jones, Michael Mulheren, Jim Ortlieb, Michael Pemberton, Katharine Powell, Steve Rosen, James Sutorius, Margot White, Alexandra Wilson, William
The Beats and hippie counterculture begot the underground theatre movement, especially the Caffe Cino in New York City, a breeding ground for gay plays by Lanford Wilson, William
Hoffman, and Robert Patrick--and Charles Ludlam's frankly camp Ridiculous Theater Company.
As Treasury Secretary under Woodrow Wilson, William
Gibbs McAdoo influenced the development and passage of the Federal Reserve Act and oversaw its rapid implementation.