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It’s All True
The Cultural Front
Variously described as a work of genius, a pretentious wreck, a crucially important film, and a victim of its director's ego, among other things, It's All True, shot in Mexico and Brazil between 1941 and 1942, is the legendary movie that Orson Welles never got to finish. In this book, the most comprehensive and authoritative assessment of It's All True available, Catherine Benamou synthesizes a wealth of new and little-known source material gathered on two continents, including interviews with key participants, to present a compelling original view of the film and its historical significance. Her book challenges much received wisdom about Orson Welles and illuminates the unique place he occupies in American culture, broadly defined.
"The cultural front," James T. Farrell once wrote, was made up of "commercial writers, high-priced Hollywood scenarists, a motley assortment of mystery-plot mechanics, humorists, newspaper columnists, stripteasers, band leaders, glamour girls, actors, press agents, Broadway producers, aging wives with thwarted literary ambitions, and other such ornaments of American culture." The cultural front, that extraordinary upsurge of cultural activity and theory in America, was born in the Great Depression as communists sought to organize cultural workers against Fascism and crisis-ridden capitalism. Spawned by the Popular Front of the Communist Party, the cultural front grew to encompass virtually every aspect of high and popular art in the US during the 1930s and beyond. Thoroughly infused...
- Ridgefielders were mourning the loss of two young college students, Robert Merola, 18, and Michael Meltzer, 20, killed in a one-car crash on Route 35 at Buck Hill. The two were the seventh and eighth people to lose their lives along that 300-foot
- At issue is a complaint filed by Nancy Duemling, a poll worker for the township, for an alleged violation of the Campaign Finance Act. Her complaint states Meltzer collected nominating petition signatures from workers waiting in line to register for
- Flag day: Chubb chairman and CEO Evan Greenberg, at podium, hands over the iconic 9/11 flag to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. in New York. With him from left, are Joe Daniels, 9/11 Memorial president; Brad Meltzer, author and HISTORY
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Robert Hiram Meltzer (1921–1987) was an American painter and instructor, best known for versatility in the field of watercolors.
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Joan of Arc on the upper park at Meridian Hill (Malcolm X) Park
Joan of Arc, or Jeanne d'Arc (1412–30 May 1431) is a national heroine of France and a saint of the Catholic Church. She stated that she had visions, which she believed came from God, and she used these to inspire Charles VII's troops to retake most of his dynasty's former territories which had been under English and Burgundian dominance during the Hundred Years' War.
She had been sent to the siege of Orléans by the then-uncrowned King Charles VII as part of a relief mission. She gained prominence when she overcame the disregard of veteran commanders and ended the siege in only nine days. Several more swift victories led to Charles VII's coronation at Reims and settled the disputed succession to the throne.
The renewed confidence of Charles VII's forces outlasted Joan of Arc's own brief career. She refused to leave the field when she was wounded during an attempt to recapture Paris that autumn. Hampered by court...
1895. Faculty and Graduating Class of the College of Physicians and Surgeons
as pictured, left to right, top to bottom (in best approximation of horizontal rows)
* indicates photographed graduate not listed in 1921 alumni record
† indicates faculty/staff
Bernard E. McShane
Thomas Stephen Green
William Koenig Spiece
Richard Joseph Nagle
William James Cochrane
J. Henry Leonard
Joseph Carl Beck
Jesse A. Slocumb
Frederic Ferdinand Seville
Francis S. Diller
Walter D. Leach
Ernest August Matthaei
John G. Franken
Henry Ernest Wagner
George W. Johnson
John Mills Mayhew
Dwight Courtland Phillips
Albert A. Lowenthal
Frank Eldridge Wynekoop
Arthur A. Gaebler
George N. Lucas
Frank J. Hellebrandt
Irvin J. Heckman
Adolph Gehrmann †
William Thomas Eckley †
John Henry Curtis †
Thomas Archibald Davis †
John A. Benson †
George Washington Davies
Wilder DeWolfe Hubbard
Daniel J. Carey
Edward Ruscha (American, born 1937)
Oil on canvas. 1962 (reworked 1963)
Gift of Agnes Gund, the Louis And Bessie Adler Foundation, Inc., Robert And Meryl Meltzer, Jerry I. Speyer, Anna Marie and Robert F.Shapiro, Emily and Jerry Spiegel, an anonymous donor, and purchase, 1988
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Looking Back: Local action and many in the semis
Ridgefielders were mourning the loss of two young college students, Robert Merola, 18, and Michael Meltzer, 20, killed in a one-car crash on Route 35 at Buck Hill. The two were the seventh and eighth people to lose their lives along that 300-foot hill-and ...
Burning with Desire: Joan of Arc as Cyborg Hero(ine)
in Francoise Meltzer’s For Fear of the Fire: Joan of Arc and the Limits of Subjectivity (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001), p 213.  Some notable examples, political and religious: Jesus of Nazareth, Robert Kennedy, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi ...
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