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The president of Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Rear Adm. Francis McDonald, on Tuesday traveled to the Roxbury high school to announce a new partnership that would guarantee admission and full financial aid coverage for up to 24 qualified students a 

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Performers: Country Joe & The Fish, Famous Bandersnatch, Mad River, Notes From The Underground. Personnel: Fred Sokolow (vocals, guitar, banjo); Country Joe McDonald, Mark Mandell, Barry Melton, Bobby Winkelman (vocals, guitar); Jackson King, Gregory Leroy Dewey (vocals, drums); Lawrence Hammond, Mike O'Connor, Ross Valory (vocals); David Cohen (guitar, organ); David Denny, David Robinson, Jimmy Warner, Tom Manning, Rick Bockner (guitar); Jimmy Work (piano); Peter Ostwald, John Francis Gunning (drums); Paul J. Armstrong (tambourine). Liner Note Author: Alec Palao. Recording information: Golden State Recorders, San Francisco, CA (06/06/1966-05/23/1968); Pacific High Recorders, Sausalito, CA (06/06/1966-05/23/1968); Sierra Sound, Berkeley, CA (06/06/1966-05/23/1968). Photographers: Dave Seabury; Paul Kagan. From the U.K-based Big Beat reissue label comes one of the most interesting entries in their Nuggets From the Golden State series. These recordings highlight some of the lesser-known artists that contributed to the Bay Area's mid-'60s cultural renaissance. The Berkeley EP's gather the contents of the unique extended-play releases of Country Joe & the Fish, Frumious Bandersnatch, Mad River, and Notes From the Underground. Although geography ultimately bound these four groups, their decidedly diverse styles and presentations accurately represent the extensive spectrum of pop and rock being produced in every strata of San Francisco's multifarious psychedelic music scene. The tracks featured here originally comprised the second issue/talking edition of Country Joe & the Fish's self-produced periodical Rag Baby. Parties interested in hearing the first and third of these releases are advised to seek out Collectors Items: The First Three EP's, which also features two contributions from Peter Krug. All three of these tunes would turn up on their debut long-player for Vanguard, albeit re-recorded and arguably less edgy than these original workings. Combining blues-bas

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  1. The president of Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Rear Adm. Francis McDonald, on Tuesday traveled to the Roxbury high school to announce a new partnership that would guarantee admission and full financial aid coverage for up to 24 qualified students a 
  2. “We're talking about kids with a fairly steep climb,” said Rear Admiral Francis McDonald, the academy's president. “This can be a game-changer for a family.” In a school system in which many students are plagued by poverty, the Maritime Academy has 
  3. Rear Adm. Francis McDonald, president of Massachusetts Maritime Academy talks, to students at John D. O'Bryant High School in Roxbury during an 
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Francis Mcdonald
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The Pilgrim Inn, A. E. Norton 1923
Notes: Alice Eliza Norton (1865-1948) The artist Alice Eliza Norton was born 18 November 1865 in the Sydney suburb of Paddington to James Norton and Isabella née Stephens. She married her cousin Francis Allan Quintin Stephens at Woollahra in 1912 and died on 19 March 1948 at Chatswood aged 83; her estate was valued for probate at £39,000 (over $2 million in 2015 terms). Francis died the following month on 9 April, his estate was valued for probate at £62,000. There are no children mentioned in either will. Her artistic output has been largely overshadowed by her cousin and contemporary, Ethel Stephens (1864 - 1944) who was the first pupil of Julian Ashton, a member of many art associations, promoter of all women exhibitions, studied art in Paris in the 1920s, and taught art from her studio ‘Eaglesfield’ in bohemian, inner-city Darlinghurst. Alice painted and sketched widely in locations around Australia including rural and coastal NSW, Tasmania, South Australia, Victoria, and...
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