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The Palm House ( 1844 – 1848 ) was the result of cooperation between architect Decimus Burton and iron-founder Richard Turner, and continues upon the glass house design principles developed by John Claudius Loudon and Joseph Paxton.
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She returned to North Dakota for a tonsillectomy, and was noticed by hotel owner Frank Beringin while working at the Doll House in Palm Springs, California.
The Palm House was built by architect Decimus Burton and iron-maker Richard Turner between 1844 and 1848, and was the first large-scale structural use of wrought iron.
Near the Palm House is a building known as " Museum No. 1 " ( even though it is the only museum on the site ), which was designed by Decimus Burton and opened in 1857.
This greenhouse has twice the floor area of the Palm House and is the world's largest surviving Victorian glass structure.
The Rose Garden, based upon original designs by William Nesfield, is behind the Palm House, and was replanted between 2009 and 2010 using the original design from 1848.
The gardens include some glasshouses of architectural importance, such as the Palm House and the Curvilinear Range.
This structure, and the nearby Palm House ( built 1884 ), have been restored ( using some surplus contemporary structural ironwork from Kew Gardens ) and this work attracted the Europa Nostra award for excellence in conservation architecture.
These works, including House with Palm tree ( 1918 ), Nude with a Mirror ( 1919 ), and The Table-Still Life with Rabbit ( 1920 ), show the clear influence of Cubism, although in a restrained way, being applied to only a proportion of the subject.
The idea of housing the exhibition in a giant glasshouse was not unique to Paxton: at least two of the entrants to the original competition-Richard Turner, co-designer of the Palm House at Kew, and Hector Horeau-had submitted plans for iron and glass constructions.
He served as State Chairman of the California Delegation to the 1991 White House Conference on Library and Information Services ( WHCLIS ) and the President of the Palm Springs Library Board.
At the outmost western edge, a botanical garden going back to an earlier arboretum was re-arranged in 1828, when the Old Palm House was built.
He also commissioned renowned architect Richard Neutra to design the iconic desert Kaufmann House ( 1946 ) in Palm Springs, California. Kaufmann's started several holiday traditions that were carried on after it was taken over such as animated Christmas windows and Santa Land.
The Palm House, a Beaux Arts-style conservatory, is a wedding and events venue offering catering for up to 300 guests.
A petition was presented to the City Council by what had become the " Save the Palm House " campaign.
Palm and 1844
He published two volumes of verse in 1838, Memorials of Residence upon the Continent and Poems of Many Years, Poetry for the People in 1840 and Palm Leaves in 1844.
With iron founder Richard Turner, he designed the glass and iron Palm House ( 1844 – 1848 ); at the time, this greenhouse was the largest in the world at, and.
File: The Palm House, Kew Gardens, London. jpg | The Palm House, Kew Gardens, London with Richard Turner 1844
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* 1965 – The Palm Sunday tornado outbreak of 1965: Fifty-one tornadoes hit in six Midwestern states, killing 256 people.
* 1942 – All 12 passengers and crewmen aboard an American Airlines DC-3 airliner are killed when it is struck by a U. S. Army Air Forces bomber near Palm Springs, California.
In Latvia, Palm Sunday is called " Pussy Willow Sunday ", and pussy willows – symbolizing new life – are blessed and distributed to the faithful.
In Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria, Palm Sunday – known as Shaa ' nineh in Arabic-is perhaps the best-attended service in the Christian Calendar, among the Orthodox, Catholic ( Latin rite and Eastern rite ), Maronite and Anglican Churches, perhaps because it is notably a family occasion.
* Palm mouse – held in the palm and operated with only two buttons ; the movements across the screen correspond to a feather touch, and pressure increases the speed of movement.
* October 23 – Award-winning composer and Hollywood songwriter Ralph Rainger (" Thanks for the Memory ") is among 12 people killed in the mid-air collision between an American Airlines DC-3 airliner and a U. S. Army bomber near Palm Springs, California.
* March 28 – The 1920 Palm Sunday tornado outbreak hits the Great Lakes region and Deep South states.
* April 11 – The Palm Sunday tornado outbreak of 1965: An estimated 51 tornadoes ( 47 confirmed ) hit in 6 Midwestern states, killing between 256 to 271 people and injuring some 1, 500 more.