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* 1904 – Henry Iba, American basketball player and coach ( d. 1993 )
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It was in 1904 he and I worked together – the Abercrombie forgery case – you remember he was run down in Brussels.
Casa Batlló () is a building restored by Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol, built in 1877 and remodelled in the years 1904 – 1906 ; located at 43, Passeig de Gràcia ( passeig is Catalan for promenade or avenue ), part of the Illa de la Discòrdia ( the " Block of Discord ") in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Spain.
* 1904 – Count Basie, American pianist, bandleader, and composer ( Count Basie Orchestra ) ( d. 1984 )
The southern half of Sakhalin was acquired by Japan as a result of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904 – 05, but at the end of World War II in 1945, the Soviets declared war on Japan and took possession of the Kuril islands and southern Sakhalin.
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The main building of the Bauhaus-University Weimar ( built 1904 – 1911, designed by Henry van de Velde to house the sculptors ’ studio at the Grand Ducal Saxon Art School.
Adrenaline was first synthesized in the laboratory by Friedrich Stolz and Henry Drysdale Dakin, independently, in 1904.
* 1904 – Charles Stewart Rolls meets Frederick Henry Royce at the Midland Hotel in Manchester, England.
In 1904, Charles Rolls established a new car making business with Henry Royce, but in 1910 he was killed in an aeroplane crash at the age of 32 ; he is commemorated by a statue in Agincourt Square.
The campus began to take shape in the Beaux-Arts architecture style of Henry Hornbostel, winner of the 1904 competition to design the original institution and later the founder of what is now the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture.
Sir Henry Morton Stanley, GCB, born John Rowlands ( 28 January 1841 – 10 May 1904 ), was a Welsh journalist and explorer famous for his exploration of Africa and his search for David Livingstone.
His grave, in the churchyard of St. Michael's Church in Pirbright, Surrey, is marked by a large piece of granite inscribed with the words " Henry Morton Stanley, Bula Matari, 1841 – 1904, Africa ".
* Sir Henry Morton Stanley ( 1841 – 1904 ), Explorer and journalist Sitter associated with 27 portraits
* French — Burguet, Paul Henry: The Imprint, or The Red Hand ( 1908 ; Gaston Séverin plays Pierrot ); Carné, Marcel: Children of Paradise ( 1945 ; see above under The Pantomime of Deburau at the Théâtre des Funambules ); Carré fils, Michel: The Prodigal Son a. k. a. Pierrot the Prodigal ( 1907 ; the first feature-length film and the first film of a stage-play Carré's pantomime of 1890 ; George Wague plays Pierrot père ); Feuillade, Louis: Pierrot's Projector ( 1909 ), Pierrot, Pierrette ( 1924 ); Guitry, Sacha: Deburau ( 1951 ; based upon Guitry's own stage-play # Plays, playlets, pantomimes, and revues | Plays, playlets, pantomimes, and revues above ); Guy, Alice: Pierrot, Murderer ( 1904 ); Leprince, René: Pierrot Loves Roses ( 1910 ); Méliès, Georges: By Moonlight, or The Unfortunate Pierrot ( 1904 ).
The 1901 to 1904 Oldsmobile Curved Dash was the first mass-produced car, made from the first automotive assembly line, an invention that is often miscredited to Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company.
Rolls was introduced to Henry Royce by a friend at the Automobile Club, Henry Edmunds, who was also a director of Royce Ltd. Edmunds showed him Royce's car and arranged the historic meeting between Rolls and Royce at the Midland Hotel, Manchester, on 4 May 1904.
In a letter of 6 May 1904, to his brother William, James referred to himself as " always your hopelessly celibate even though sexagenarian Henry ".
Rural free delivery was established in the fall of 1904 with Fred Cool, Charlie King and Henry Hurdelbrink as mail carriers.
Richard Henry Pratt retired from the Army in 1903 and from supervising the school as its superintendent in 1904.
In 1904, the Tidewater Railway was formed by the industrialist financier Henry Huttleston Rogers, to transport bituminous coal from southern West Virginia to coal piers on the ice-free harbor of Hampton Roads.
When Henry de Salis visited it in 1904, he reported that most of the staunches were out of order, and that it was in poor condition.