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The collection is divided into two series: Subject (approximately 20%) and Alphabetical (approximately 80%) with the former covering events and the latter focusing on individuals and families. Abraham, Barbara - society Abrahams, Dorothy - Philadelphia Abrahams, Harold J. [SEE ALSO Casey, George W.; Beury, Charles E., Dr.; Respirators; Parker, Andrew Mac Lean; Kaldoner, Harry; Philadelphia - Buildings; Kent Atwater Museum] Abrams, Peter [SEE ALSO Philadelphia - Records - Victory Center; U. - Finances - Defense Bonds - Awards] Abramson, Ellis Abramson, George - hold-up victim Abramson, Herman P. Schell [SEE ALSO Benedict, Richard, Mrs.] Achenbach, George W., Mrs. staff photographers or by other agencies and published by permission. Abrahams, Mark - Philadelphia Abrahams, Nathan - Forrest Theatre [SEE ALSO Faces] Abrahams, Robert D. - Philadelphia [SEE ALSO War - World War - 2D - Atrocities - German - U. - blackmail Abramson, Samuel - attorney Abri, James Abronski, Raymond W. - Philadelphia Abruzzo, Philip Accobacco, Dominick Achenbach, B. - former Mary Margaret O'Connell Achey, Webster - attorney Acholl, Henry, Cpl. The geographic scope of this series is somewhat narrower in that the majority of personages are from the United States. The Subject series includes, but is not limited to: agriculture; architecture & buildings; cities & towns; civil unrest; commerce; disasters, both natural and man made; economics; finance; healthcare; industry; leisure; military; organizations; Philadelphia society; politics; prisons; public works; religion; sport; transportation; schools; war. The excuse was that no one else had the same findings as us.photograph morgue is comprised of black and white photographs dating primarily from 1920-1945, though some date from as early as 1900. Abernethy, Leo - Pittsburgh, PA Ableman, Bertha, Mrs. - Elkins Park, PA Abrams, Herman Abrams, Irving Abrams, Louis - Mc Clure trial Abrams, Meyer A. Metal fasteners, newspaper clippings, photographic negatives and old photograph sleeves remain. - society Ackerman, Barbara - society Ackerman, Louise Ackerson, Henry E.
The Alphabetical series, which comprises about 80% of the collection, is described to the folder level, with each folder representing an individual or family. New American research shows that there could be a link between the controversial MMR triple vaccine and autism and bowel disease in children.The study appears to confirm the findings of British doctor Andrew Wakefield, who caused a storm in 1998 by suggesting a possible link.Sexy college juniors Cassidy (Briana Evigan), Jessica (Leah Pipes), Claire (Jamie Chung), Ellie (Rumer Willis) and Megan (Audina Patridge) are sorority sisters sworn to trust, secrecy and solidarity, no matter what.But their loyalty is tested when a prank at a raucous house party goes terribly wrong and Megan ends up brutally murdered.