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Helene Hanff, best known for her book 84 Charing Cross Road, was a scripter for the television series version of The Adventures of Ellery Queen ( 1950 – 1952 ), which began on the DuMont Television Network but soon moved to ABC.
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A long-standing correspondence between New York based author Helene Hanff and the staff of a bookstore on the street, Marks & Co., was the inspiration for the book 84 Charing Cross Road ( 1970 ).
First edition cover84, Charing Cross Road is a 1970 book by Helene Hanff, later made into a stage play, television play and film, about the twenty-year correspondence between her and Frank Doel, chief buyer of Marks & Co, antiquarian booksellers located at the eponymous address in London, England.
Partial list of the books Helene Hanff ordered from Marks & Co. and mentioned in 84 Charing Cross Road:
She painted a portrait of Helene Hanff during Hanff's 1971 visit to London, as documented in Hanff's 1973 book The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street.
The Cohens ’ cover as antiquarian book dealers Peter and Helen Kroger is mentioned in Helene Hanff ’ s The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street because they were friends of London book dealer Frank Doel, recipient of the letters and book orders that inspired the bestseller 84 Charing Cross Road.
Frank Doel is the bookseller whose correspondence with the author Helene Hanff became the bestseller, 84 Charing Cross Road.
His small but influential publishing house ran until the 1980s, and included books by Jack Kerouac, Earl Lovelace, Norman Mailer, George Mikes, V. S. Naipaul, Ogden Nash, Andrew Robinson, Philip Roth, Art Spiegelman, John Updike, Margaret Atwood, Charles Gidley Wheeler and Helene Hanff, and is now an imprint of Carlton Publishing Group.
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On behalf of the king of the court painter Joseph Karl Stieler has portrayed 36 " beautiful " women from all social classes of Munich, the best known of these are the shoemaker's daughter Helene Sedlmayr and Ludwig's longstanding infamous mistress, Lola Montez.
He was one of the best profiled actors of Brecht's works and together with Helene Weigel a member of the Berliner Ensemble.
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He also bestowed nicknames and pseudonyms on his friends and family as well, referring to Friedrich Engels as ' General ', his housekeeper Helene as ' Lenchen ' or ' Nym ', while one of his daughters, Jennychen, was referred to as ' Qui Qui, Emperor of China ' and another, Laura, was known as ' Kakadou ' or ' the Hottentot '.
* Élisabeth de France ( Elisabeth Philippine Marie Helene ), sister of Louis XVI of France, also known as Madame Elisabeth
They hunted, travelled, and had one daughter, Marie-Anna Berta Felicie Johanna Ghislaine Theodora Huberta Georgina Helene Genoveva ( b. 12 December 1938 ), known as " Bunny ".
The University Village Apartments were the university's first on-campus housing ; the new student union, known as " the Clarke ," was funded by $ 1. 2 million gift pledged in 1998 by Helene Clarke in honor of her husband.
Sites in the Gona river system in the Hadar region of the Afar triangle, excavated by Helene Roche, J. W. Harris and Sileshi Semaw, yielded some of the oldest known Oldowan assemblages, dating to about 2. 6 million years ago.
Elisabeth Helene Amalie Sophie Freiin ( Baroness ) von Richthofen ( also known as Else Jaffé ) was born in Château-Salins ( France ).
Anne-Helene Rask Arnesen ( born November 11, 1980 ), better known as Helene Rask, is a Norwegian model from Nesodden.
She was the mother of three daughters: Marion Fortestcue who married Daulton Gillespie Viskniskki in 1934, Thalia Fortescue Massie ( 1911 – 1963 ), and Kenyon Forestcue Reynolds ( 1914 – 1990 ), better known as actress Helene Whitney.
Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia 17 January 1882 – 13 March 1957, sometimes known as Helen, Helena, Helene, Ellen, Yelena, Hélène, or Eleni, was a Russian grand duchess as the daughter of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich of Russia and Duchess Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
* Countess Helene Marina Elisabeth of Toerring-Jettenbach, born 20 May 1937 in Winhöring, married civil in Munich 6 Apr 1956 ( rel ) Schloß Seefeld am Pilsensee 10 Apr 1956 to Archduke Ferdinand Karl of Austria ( Vienna 6 Dec 1918-Ulm 6 Aug 2004 ); Mother of the well known socialite and former fashion model Sophie, Princess of Windisch-Grätz ( wife of Mariano Hugo of Windisch-Graetz )
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The first two acts were successfully premièred in Zürich in 1937, but for personal reasons Helene Berg subsequently imposed a ban on any attempt to " complete " the final act, which Berg had in fact completed in particell ( short score ) format.
Helene Bertha Amalie " Leni " Riefenstahl (; August 22, 1902 – September 8, 2003 ) was a German film director, actress and dancer widely noted for her aesthetics and innovations as a filmmaker.
Powell, in an interview on 26 February, said he would be voting for Helene Middleweek, the Labour candidate, rather than the Conservative Nicholas Budgen.
Ernst delivered songs about getting the cold shoulder ( Situatie ), sleeping with a 16-year-old ( Belle Helene, featuring a sax-solo from the man himself ) and dumping a girl for being overexperienced ( De Eerste Keer ).
Green MEP Helene Flautre has attracted controversy by calling for the lifting of sanctions against Turkish Cypriots imposed by the United Nations.
Pioneer aviatrices include French, Raymonde de Laroche, the world's first licensed female pilot on March 8, 1910 ; Belgian, Helene Dutrieu, the first woman to fly a passenger, first woman to win an air race ( 1910 ), and first woman to pilot a seaplane ( 1912 ); French, Marie Marvingt the first woman to fly solo across the English Channel and the North Sea in a balloon ( October 26, 1909 ) and first woman to fly as a bomber pilot in combat missions ( 1915 ); American, Harriet Quimby, the USA's first licensed female pilot in 1911, and the first woman to cross the English Channel by airplane ; American Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic ( 1932 ); Bessie Coleman, the first African American female to become a licensed airplane pilot ( 1921 ); German, Marga von Etzdorf, first woman to fly for an airline ( 1927 ); Opal Kunz, one of the few women to train US Navy fighter pilots during World War II in the Civilian Pilot Training Program ; and the British Amy Johnson, the first woman to fly solo from Britain to Australia ( 1930 ).
In 1538, his daughter-in-law, Helene de Hengest, was responsible for the construction of a collegiate church adjacent to the château.
Helene subsequently forbade anybody else to complete the opera, and for over forty years only the first two acts could be given complete, usually with the act 3 portions of the Lulu Suite played in place of act 3.
Helene Berg's death on August 30, 1976 paved the way for a new completed version of the opera to be made by Friedrich Cerha.
Several Court of Appeals Judges have also graduated from Penn Law, e. g., Arlin Adams, Max Rosenn, Dolores Sloviter and James Hunter III ( judges on the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Phyllis Kravitch ( Senior Circuit Judge on the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ), and Helene N. White ( judge on the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ).
Several members of the Confessing Church were caught and tried for their part in creating forged papers, including Franz Kaufmann who was shot, and Helene Jacobs, who was jailed.
* Helene White ( born 1954 ), federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
On 16 July, Helene Cooper of the Wall Street Journal warned of an impending " massive mobilization against globalization " being planned for the end-of-year Seattle WTO conference.
Max Reinhardt, with whom Korngold had collaborated on the operas Die Fledermaus and La belle Helene, asked the composer to come to Hollywood in 1934 to adapt Felix Mendelssohn's incidental music for A Midsummer Night's Dream to his film version of the play.
* Maybe as a reference to the former M64, the £ 109. 5m Derby Southern Bypass, was opened on 4 September 1997 by Helene Hayman, Baroness Hayman, Minister for Roads at the DETR, as the A564.
A further improvement came in 1933 with vocal training, for which they were able to employ Helene Sandreuter.
As a preparatory for French language for the Kremnitz family, Titu Maiorescu taught the four children of the family: Klara ( his future wife ), Helene, Wilhelm ( future Dr. W. Kremnitz, Mite Kremnitz's husband, born Bardeleben ) and Hermann.
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When the Achaeans entertained Wednesday last at their annual Carnival masquerade ball, Miss Margaret Pierson was chosen to rule over the festivities, presented at the Muncipal Auditorium and chosen as her ladies in waiting were Misses Clayton Nairne, Eleanor Eustis, Lynn Chapman, Irwin Leatherman of Robinsonville, Miss. and Helene Rowley.
In 1906, Berg met the singer Helene Nahowski, daughter of a wealthy family ( said by some to be in fact the illegitimate daughter of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria from his liaison with Anna Nahowski ); despite the outward hostility of her family, the two were married on May 3, 1911.
* Helene ( Amazon ), a daughter of Tityrus and an Amazon who fought Achilles and died after he seriously wounded her
" In her book Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions, Steinem characterised the term as " cruel and ahistorical ", and elaborated on the repression of feminism under Hitler, noting that many prominent German feminists like Helene Stöcker, Trude Weiss-Rosmarin and Clara Zetkin were forced to flee Nazi Germany while others were killed in concentration camps.
Fifteen years later, Henry meets a chorus girl ( Helene Reynolds ) in her dressing room shortly before her performance.
He took his professional name from actress Helene Costello: " There was a girl named Helene Costello, and I took her name ".
In 1853, Princess Sophie of Bavaria, the domineering mother of 23-year-old Emperor Francis Joseph, preferring to have a niece as a daughter-in-law rather than a stranger, arranged a marriage between her son and her sister Ludovika's eldest daughter, Helene.
He did not propose to Helene, but defied his mother and informed her that if he could not have Elisabeth, he would not marry at all.
von Jhering was also the great-great-grandfather of Australian singer and actress Olivia Newton-John through his daughter Helene Ehrenberg and her marriage to German jurist Victor Ehrenberg.
In 1703, he married Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg ( d. 1704 ), and the second time, Frederick carried off the 19 year-old Countess Anne Sophie Reventlow from her home in Clausholm near Randers on 26 June 1712 and secretly wed her at Skanderborg.
Helene was imprisoned in her own room, and soon, apparently under duress, renounced Lassalle in favour of another suitor, a Wallachian count named Bajor von Racowitza.
And perhaps most notably, Marić herself never claimed that she had ever played any role in Einstein's scientific work, nor even hinted at any such role in personal letters to her closest friend Helene Savić.
A half year later, 19-year-old Helene returned to Newark, New Jersey and left Faith with her cousin Johnnie Mae and husband Orvelt Kennedy, the foster parents of more than a hundred children they raised in the time that Faith lived with them.
While attending University High School in Newark, she sang with several jazz bands and, encouraged by Helene, entered outside pageants, festivals and contests, where her voice would be noticed and praised.
Along with her sister Helene, who lived with her, she was deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp on 9 October 1942.