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Queen Helen of Troy
Queen Helen of Troy
GRID QUEEN - Maxine Ewart, a USC co-ed from Los Angeles, has been crowned "Queen Helen of Troy" and will rule over the Southern California-Notre Dame game next Saturday. (Acme Telephoto)
- The Waukesha Daily Freeman in Waukesha Wisconsin December 4th 1947.
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Hollywood Touch
Hollywood Touch
Homecoming Queen Maxine Ewart presses the shoes down as cleats of All-America end Paul Cleary are preserved in concrete slab on Southern California campus.

- The Walla Walla Union Bulletin newspaper in Walla Walla Washington December 22nd 1947.
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1964 Waite High School - Toledo Ohio
1964 Waite High School - Toledo Ohio
The 1964 Waite High School yearbook photo of Terry Ishler.
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Albert Einstein & wife Mileva Maric
Albert Einstein & wife Mileva Maric
Albert Einstein with his wife Mileva Marić.
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Elspie Constance (Ross) Logan of VIC Australia was born in 1893 in Leongatha, South Gippsland Shire County to Mary Ann (Le Maitre) Ross Sage and Hugh Ross. She had a sister Mabel Hannah Ross. Elspie Logan married Andrew Hugh Logan in 1932, and died at age 70 years old on December 11, 1964.
Eugenia Van Halen
Eugenia Van Beers was born on September 21st, 1915, in Banten, Indonesia, to Frans Van Beers (1888 - 1921) and Eugenia Rygelo Mafficioli del Castelletto (1893 - 1976). She had one sister, Nicoline Van Beers (1916 - 2004). Eugenia is best known as the mother of musician Eddie Van Halen (1955 - 2020). Eugenia Van Beers married Jan van Halen on August 11, 1950. They moved to Holland in 1953, where they lived in Amsterdam and had two sons, Alex and Eddie, in 1953 and 1955, respectively. In 1962, the family moved to California. Jan continued playing music while taking on part-time jobs to support the family. Eugenia wanted him to get a stable job, but Jan continued with his music. Eugenia was especially upset as their sons became interested in music as well. Jan passed away from a heart attack in May 1986. But Eugenia lived until August 4th, 2005, in Beverly Hills, California, where she witnessed her sons' successes before her death at the age of 89.
Vivian L Heeschen
Vivian Lorraine Hansen was born on April 1st, 1920 in Fredericksburg, Nebraska to Meder R. "Wade" Hansen (1889 - 1962) and Olga M. Jensen (1895 - 1987). Her father was born in Nebraska and her mother was born in Wisconsin. Vivian had three half-brothers, including Vernon and Arlo Hansen. Vivian Hansen married Julius "Jay" Emil Heeschen (1924 - 1984) on December 21st, 1945 in Manhattan, New York, and they had one son, Jerry. Vivian and Jay Heeschen later moved to Santa Clara County, California where Jay became a Deputy Sheriff and Vivian owned a wig shop. Later, Vivian became interested in the teachings of Neville Goddard and discovered that she had a talent for interpreting dreams. Vivian then went on to become a spiritual teacher herself. See the "memories" section for the reminiscences of some of her students. Vivian died on August 23rd, 1992 in San Jose, California at the age of 72.
Dan Frazer
Famous Television and Movie Character Actor. Daniel Thomas Frazer (November 20, 1921 – December 16, 2011) was an American actor, born in a West Side neighborhood (formerly known as Hell's Kitchen) of Manhattan in New York City. He was a tremendous power of example to his friends, with his booming voice and his genuine humility, Dan was the quintessential "Ole School New Yorker", and was quite remarkable with his knowledge of the changes and growth in and around Manhattan NYC. He was probably best known for his role as Captain Frank McNeil, the former partner turned supervisor of Theo Kojak, Telly Savalas's character, in the 1970s TV police drama Kojak. His screen career started in 1950. His TV appearances include The Phil Silvers Show, Car 54, Where Are You?, The Untouchables, Route 66, Blue Light, The F.B.I., Barney Miller, The Eddie Capra Mysteries, and Law & Order. His first film role was in 1963's Lilies of the Field, playing Father Murphy. In his later years, Frazer appeared as detective Dan McCloskey on the daytime soap As the World Turns. He died of cardiac arrest on December 16, 2011, at his home in Manhattan. Filmography The Andy Griffith Show (1961) - Mr. Harmon Lilies of the Field (1963) - Father Murphy (a very sensitive performance) Lord Love a Duck (1966) - Honest Joe Counterpoint (1967) - Chaminant Take the Money and Run (1969) - Julius Epstein - The Psychiatrist ...tick...tick...tick... (1970) - Ira Jackson Bananas (1971) - Priest Fuzz (1972) - Lt. Amos Byrnes The Stoolie (1972) - Police Sgt. Alex Brogan Kojak (1973-1978, TV Series) - Capt. Frank McNeil / Chief of Detectives (117 episodes) Cleopatra Jones (1973) - Crawford The Super Cops (1974) - Police Capt. Irving Krasna Breakout (1975) - U.S. Customs Agent (uncredited) The Waltons (1981 episode "The Move") - Col. Henry Brunson (Cindy Walton's father) Kojak: The Belarus File (1985, TV Movie) - Chief of Detectives Frank McNeil As the World Turns (1986–1996, TV Series) - Lt. McCloskey Saying Kaddish (1991) - Uncle Manny Flodders in America (1992) - President Deconstructing Harry (1997) - Janet's Dad The Kings of Brooklyn (2004) - Leo Fireflies (2006) - Jack The Pack (2009) - Sol Epstein (final film role) References

Famous Television and Movie Character Actor. Daniel Thomas Frazer (November 20, 1921 – December 16, 2011) was an American actor, born in a West Side neighborhood (formerly known as Hell's Kitchen) of Manhattan in New York City. He was a tremendous power of example to his friends, with his booming voice and his genuine humility, Dan was the quintessential "Ole School New Yorker", and was quite remarkable with his knowledge of the changes and growth in and around Manhattan NYC. He was probably best known for his role as Captain Frank McNeil, the former partner turned supervisor of Theo Kojak, Telly Savalas's character, in the 1970s TV police drama Kojak. His screen career started in 1950. His TV appearances include The Phil Silvers Show, Car 54, Where Are You?, The Untouchables, Route 66, Blue Light, The F.B.I., Barney Miller, The Eddie Capra Mysteries, and Law & Order. His first film role was in 1963's Lilies of the Field, playing Father Murphy. In his later years, Frazer appeared as detective Dan McCloskey on the daytime soap As the World Turns. He died of cardiac arrest on December 16, 2011, at his home in Manhattan. Filmography The Andy Griffith Show (1961) - Mr. Harmon Lilies of the Field (1963) - Father Murphy (a very sensitive performance) Lord Love a Duck (1966) - Honest Joe Counterpoint (1967) - Chaminant Take the Money and Run (1969) - Julius Epstein - The Psychiatrist ...tick...tick...tick... (1970) - Ira Jackson Bananas (1971) - Priest Fuzz (1972) - Lt. Amos Byrnes The Stoolie (1972) - Police Sgt. Alex Brogan Kojak (1973-1978, TV Series) - Capt. Frank McNeil / Chief of Detectives (117 episodes) Cleopatra Jones (1973) - Crawford The Super Cops (1974) - Police Capt. Irving Krasna Breakout (1975) - U.S. Customs Agent (uncredited) The Waltons (1981 episode "The Move") - Col. Henry Brunson (Cindy Walton's father) Kojak: The Belarus File (1985, TV Movie) - Chief of Detectives Frank McNeil As the World Turns (1986–1996, TV Series) - Lt. McCloskey Saying Kaddish (1991) - Uncle Manny Flodders in America (1992) - President Deconstructing Harry (1997) - Janet's Dad The Kings of Brooklyn (2004) - Leo Fireflies (2006) - Jack The Pack (2009) - Sol Epstein (final film role)
HAH Mould, aged about 18
HAH Mould, aged about 18
This is a photo of my father, HAH Mould, approx 1915 or 16 in World War 1, aged about 18 and a newly commissioned officer.
Added by Stan Mould on May 20, 2020.
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Anand Gupta
Anand was born to Nirmal Gupta via c/section due to congenital hydrocephalous. His care was delayed by the greed and inexperienced neurosurgeons back home as he needed VP/VA shunt, and no one had an UpToDate knowledge of the procedure. The shunt was finally donated by a manufacturer in USA and sent for his care by his uncle in Albany NY. The surgeons upon discovering that the shunt was imported wanted to buy the shunt and suggested that Anand did not need it. The delayed care and led to his parents to look for alternative care. Eighteen months later the shunt placed in him thus causing a lot of brain damage with little to no hope of recovery.
Queen Helen of Troy
Queen Helen of Troy
GRID QUEEN - Maxine Ewart, a USC co-ed from Los Angeles, has been crowned "Queen Helen of Troy" and will rule over the Southern California-Notre Dame game next Saturday. (Acme Telephoto)
- The Waukesha Daily Freeman in Waukesha Wisconsin December 4th 1947.
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Hollywood Touch
Hollywood Touch
Homecoming Queen Maxine Ewart presses the shoes down as cleats of All-America end Paul Cleary are preserved in concrete slab on Southern California campus.

- The Walla Walla Union Bulletin newspaper in Walla Walla Washington December 22nd 1947.
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