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* 1886 – Chester Conklin, American comedian and actor ( d. 1971 )
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* 1886 – Athenagoras I, Greek religious leader, 268th Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople ( d. 1972 )
After 1890 came philosopher Josiah Royce ( 1855 – 1916 ), botanist Liberty Hyde Bailey ( 1858 – 1954 ), the Southern Agrarians of the 1920s and 1930s, novelist John Steinbeck ( 1902 – 1968 ), historian A. Whitney Griswold ( 1906 – 1963 ), environmentalist Aldo Leopold ( 1887 – 1948 ), Ralph Borsodi ( 1886 – 1977 ), and present-day authors Wendell Berry ( b. 1934 ), Gene Logsdon ( b. 1932 ), Paul Thompson, and Allan C. Carlson ( b. 1949 ).
Cofounder Marc Bloch ( 1886 – 1944 ) was a quintessential modernist who studied at the elite École Normale Supérieure, and in Germany, serving as a professor at the University of Strasbourg until he was called to the Sorbonne in Paris in 1936 as professor of economic history.
Franciszek Bujak ( 1875 – 1953 ) and Jan Rutkowski ( 1886 – 1949 ), the founders of modern economic history in Poland and of the journal Roczniki Dziejów Spolecznych i Gospodarczych ( 1931 – ), were attracted to the innovations of the Annales school.
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In the early 20th century, people like Ordway Tead ( 1891 – 1973 ), Walter Scott and J. Mooney applied the principles of psychology to management, while other writers, such as Elton Mayo ( 1880 – 1949 ), Mary Parker Follett ( 1868 – 1933 ), Chester Barnard ( 1886 – 1961 ), Max Weber ( 1864 – 1920 ), Rensis Likert ( 1903 – 1981 ), and Chris Argyris ( 1923-) approached the phenomenon of management from a sociological perspective.
By 1900, Chester Atwood had increased his land holdings and his family included wife Patsy Ann ( familiarly called Mattie ), daughters Ottie ( b. 1883 ) and Arrie ( b. 1886 ), son Bennie ( b. 1887 ), daughter Allie ( b. 1889 ), son Coleman ( b. 1891 ), and daughters Lizzie ( b. 1893 ) and Ambrozia ( b. 1895 ).
Sousa wrote it in 1886 at the request of President Chester A. Arthur who died before it was performed.
They were married at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Jackson on November 25, 1886, and bought a house at 211 West Chester Street in Jackson, where they raised three children.
He held that post until 1886 when he violated President Chester A. Arthur's edict for political office-holders not to campaign for political candidates.
Playing games at Chester Road ( the current cricket ground ) Harriers ' first game was 18 September 1886, away to Wilden, winning 2 – 1.
He had already been created Baron Brassey, of Bulkeley in the County Palatine of Chester, in 1886, and was made Viscount Hythe, of Hythe in the County of Kent, at the same time as he was granted the earldom.
When the Main Northern Line opened on 17 September 1886, a single platform known as Field of Mars was located on the western side of the line opposite Chester Street.
After the war, Brinton practiced medicine in West Chester, Pennsylvania for several years ; was the editor of a weekly periodical, the Medical and Surgical Reporter, in Philadelphia from 1874 to 1887 ; became professor of ethnology and archaeology in the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia in 1884 ; and was professor of American linguistics and archaeology in the University of Pennsylvania from 1886 until his death.
Chester Irving Barnard ( November 7, 1886 – June 7, 1961 ) was an American business executive, public administrator, and the author of pioneering work in management theory and organizational studies.
Randolph Caldecott ( 22 March 1846 – 12 February 1886 ) was a British artist and illustrator, born in Chester.
In 1886, President Chester A. Arthur, the 21st President of the United States, was interred at Albany Rural Cemetery in Lot 8, Section 24, along with his wife Ellen Lewis Herndon Arthur, who had died in 1880.
In February 1885, Warren was appointed Governor of the Territory of Wyoming by President Chester A. Arthur, although he was removed by Democratic President Grover Cleveland in November 1886.
These improvements were invented by Alexander Bell's cousin Chester Bell, a chemist, and Charles Sumner Tainter, an optical instrument maker, at Alexander Graham Bell's Volta Laboratory in Washington, D. C. Hubbard and Chester Bell approached Edison about combining their interests, but Edison refused, resulting in the Volta Laboratory Association merging the shares of their Volta Graphophone Company with the company that later evolved into Columbia Records in 1886.
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In addition to Triumphant Democracy ( 1886 ), and The Gospel of Wealth ( 1889 ), he also wrote An American Four-in-hand in Britain ( 1883 ), Round the World ( 1884 ), The Empire of Business ( 1902 ), The Secret of Business is the Management of Men ( 1903 ), James Watt ( 1905 ) in the Famous Scots Series, Problems of Today ( 1907 ), and his posthumously published autobiography Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie ( 1920 ).
In 1886, the American Association changed the rules so that six balls instead of seven were required for a walk ; however, the National League changed the rules so that seven balls were required for a walk instead of six.
The company was founded in 1886 as the American Arithmometer Company and after the 1986 merger with Sperry Univac was renamed as Unisys.
In 1886, the American Arithmometer Company was established in St. Louis, Missouri to produce and sell an adding machine invented by William Seward Burroughs ( grandfather of Beat Generation author William S. Burroughs ).
CBI's Burroughs Corporation Records includes over 100, 000 photographs depicting the entire visual history of Burroughs from its origin as the American Arithmometer Corporation in 1886 to its merger with the Sperry Corporation to form the Unisys Corporation in 1986.