ollmer was born in New Orleans to German immigrant parents, John and Philopine (Klundt) Vollmer. His father saw to it that he learned to box and swim, both of which he excelled at. Upon his father's death, his mother returned to Germany with her children for two years, after which she returned to New Orleans in 1886, but soon thereafter decided to move her family to San Francisco. In July 1890, the Vollmer family moved across the bay to Berkeley. Before he was 20, August helped organize the North Berkeley Volunteer Fire Department, and in 1897, was awarded the Berkeley Fireman medal.
Where in 1910 he received a Ph.D. becoming the first Korean to earn a doctor's degree from an American university. In 1910 Rhee returned home and that is the same year in which Korea was annexed by Japan. After Rhee worked at a YMCA and as a high school principal we moved to Hawaii. While in Hawaii Rhee was a spokesman for Korean independence, he spent the next thirty years in Hawaii. Then out of the blue in 1919 Rhee was elected president of the Korean Provisional Government in Shanghai.
Franklin, his father, was a successful lawyer who collected money from mortgages. Emily, his mother, was an abolitionist who supposedly was part of the “underground railroad”. Frederick was the youngest of eleven children. He attended many different levels of private schooling, eventually making his way into the Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire. After finishing there, he was accepted into the Harvard Law School; being expected to follow in the footsteps of his father.
Biography of Allen Pinkerton Name CJS/250 Date Professor Biography of Allan Pinkerton Allan Pinkerton was born in 1819, in Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland. At the age of 23, he emigrated to the United Stated, in 1842 ("Allen Pinkerton. Biography", 2012). Once settle in Dundee, Illinois, Pinkerton became the first detective to be appointed in Chicago that formed the North-Western Police Agency assisted by attorney Edward Rucker, which later became Pinkerton National Detective Agency, which exist today but known as Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations ("Allen Pinkerton. Biography", 2012).
(www.anheuser-busch.com) The story starts with Adolphus Busch. He was born in July of 1839 in Kastel near Mainz; Adolphus was the second youngest of a massive twenty-one children. After learning at the Gymnasium in Mainz in Germany, he moved to the United States in 1857, and soon after that he married Lily, the daughter of a greatly successful St. Louis businessman named, Eberhard Anheuser. Anheuser was also a German who had moved from Germany to the United States, and had just found a local brewery in St. Louis. Adolphus started as a salesman who sold brewing materials to Anheuser.
A HYMN INTERPRETATION OF THE BAPTIST HYMNAL NO 265. IT IS WELL WITH MY SOUL- HORATIO GATES SPAFFORD 1828-1888. Horatio Gates Spafford was born in north troy, New York in 1828. He went to school in New York and was trained to be a lawyer. When he was twenty-eight years old, he moved to Chicago and set up his law offices there.
One of his first jobs was working at the Columbiana Buggy Company with his uncle. This started his career in the tire and rubber business. Harvey Firestone was soon in charge of the Michigan district by 1892. When the company bankrupted in 1896, Firestone decided to make his own rubber wheels company in Chicago. This started his business owning, when a friend’s investment helped him.
He was born in Newark New Jersey in 1871 as the 14th child of a Methodist minister. His father passed away when Crane was a young child. After attending only two years of college he lived in a medical boarding house in New York City. There he started his freelance writing. In 1893 he published his first book, Maggie, Girl of the Streets.
In 1878, He got the license as an engineer and became a machine shop laborer at Midvale Steel. He began developing his management philosophies during his time at the Midvale Steel Works. It was during this period that he developed his theory of “Scientific Management.” He started as shop clerk and quickly progressed to machinist, foreman, maintenance foreman, and chief draftsman. Within six years, he advanced to research director, then chief engineer. Later, at Bethlehem Steel, he and Maunsel White developed high-speed steel.
Research paper 1. Concerning the Bodyguard by Donald Barthelme a) Biography of the author Donald Barthelme was born to two students at the University of Pennsylvania. The family moved to Texas two years later, where Barthelme's father would become a professor of architecture at the University of Houston, where Barthelme would later major in journalism. In 1951, still a student, he wrote his first articles for the Houston Post. Barthelme was drafted into the Korean War in 1953, arriving in Korea on July 27, the very day the cease-fire ending the war was signed.