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"Light and liberty go together."



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By: Esther

Wed, 19 Oct 2016 04:54:57 +0000

Shakespeare's Coat of Arms says "Not without write" video Finding Shakespeare



By: Scott Hack

Sun, 14 Sep 2008 00:18:24 +0000

Indeed, the Olmstead Park system is one of the unique selling points of Louisville, Kentucky. The mayor has been working on increasing the parks in our city and linking them together with bike and walking trails.



By: WebsiteConsultant

Fri, 15 Feb 2008 19:31:15 +0000

You know what, it looks like this bridge belongs near a ski slope or something. I wish I could frame of it, its really a nicely done shot.



By: Mio

Wed, 23 May 2007 01:55:47 +0000

Wow, wonderful picture.



By: Paul Roberts

Wed, 02 May 2007 15:27:54 +0000

Olmstead also designed the park system in Louisville, KY, my fair city.



By: Library of Congress Blog > Today in History: Skyscraping Edition (Library of Congress)

Tue, 01 May 2007 22:12:28 +0000

[...] its more recent progeny, such as “Sleepless in Seattle,” make it out to be. (But unlike Central Park, I don’t have of my own photos [...]



By: eliz.

Mon, 30 Apr 2007 19:13:55 +0000

Most of what I know about Olmstead I learned from Erik Larson's "Devil in the White City" (an excellent read). I didn't realize that he shared my birthday!



By: Library of Congress Blog > Today in History: Who’s Buried in Grant’s Tomb Edition (Library of Congress)

Mon, 30 Apr 2007 13:16:04 +0000

[...] The April 27 version focuses on the 1822 birth of a man who was so utterly American that his first two initials were “U.S.”: President Ulysses S. Grant. (I don’t know if this qualifies as “irony,” but he was born the day after the subject of yesterday’s “TIH” post.) [...]



By: Library of Congress Blog > Today in History: Who’s Buried in Grant’s Tomb Edition (Library of Congress)

Fri, 27 Apr 2007 21:49:28 +0000

[...] The April 27 version focuses on the 1822 birth of a man who was so utterly American that his first two initials were “U.S.”: President Ulysses S. Grant. (I don’t know if this qualifies as “irony,” but he was born the day after the subject of yesterday’s “TIH” post.) [...]



By: Paul Roberts

Thu, 26 Apr 2007 20:10:12 +0000

Speaking of Shakespeare, the mummies of Antony and Cleopatra have apparently been recently unearthed by the Egyptian Antiquities Department! Makes me wonder what treasures still lay undiscovered...