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Archer Milton Huntington, 10 March 1870 - 11 December 1955: in memoriam.

Alois Richard Nykl

Archer Milton Huntington, 10 March 1870 - 11 December 1955: in memoriam.

by Alois Richard Nykl

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Published in Bethel, Conn .
Written in English


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Archer Milton Huntington, 10 March 1870 - 11 December 1955: in memoriam by Alois Richard Nykl Download PDF EPUB FB2

Huntington, Archer Milton (III - XII) LyH [3ª] Pag Archer Milton Huntington, 10 March December in memoriam by A. R Nykl (Book) Seven lyric melodies: for voice, op. 21 by Giuseppe Ferrata ()   Archer Milton Huntington (March 10 – December 11 ) was the son of Arabella (née Duval) Huntington and the stepson of railroad magnate and industrialist Collis P.

Huntington. A lifelong friend of the arts, he is best known for his scholarly works in the field of Hispanic Studies and for founding The Hispanic Society of America in New York ://   Archer Milton Huntington philanthropist, art patron. Upload media Wikipedia: Date of birth: 10 March New York City: Date of death: 11 December Bethel: Country of citizenship: United States of America; Occupation: entrepreneur; bibliophile; writer; poet; archaeologist; art :Archer_M._Huntington.

Archer Huntington was born Archer Milton Worsham in New York City on Maweighing an impressive 11 pounds at birth. He took the surname Huntington in when his mother Arabella Duval Yarrington Worsham married Collis Potter ://   HUNTINGTON, ARCHER MILTON (–).

Archer Milton Huntington, philanthropist, author, and art collector, was born in New York City on Ma He was the son of John and Arabella Duval (Yarrington) Worsham. In Arabella Duval married railroad magnate Collis P.

Huntington, who adopted her son. Archer took the name :// La Biblioteca Histórica acaba de recibir un donativo de libros sobre Archer Milton Huntington, fundador de The Hispanic Society of America y mecenas de la Universidad de Madrid, gracias a la iniciativa de John O'Neill, Jefe del departamento de Manuscritos y Libros Raros de la Hispanic Society Museum & Library [Seguir leyendo].El pasado 12 de septiembre dela Biblioteca Histórica One hundred years after its founding, The Hispanic Society of America Museum & Library continues to reflect the vision of Archer Milton Huntington (–), one of America’s greatest philanthropists.

The collections of the “Spanish Museum,” which he founded inare unparalleled in their scope and quality outside of Spain, focusing on all facets of art, literature, and culture   Hispanic Society of America - Archer Huntington. Archer Milton Huntington (Ma – Decem ) was the son of Arabella (née Duval) Huntington and the stepson of railroad magnate and industrialist Collis P.

Huntington. A lifelong Pattern CU Zwaanduit (21mm, g, 6h). Dated Scholten A; KM PnA4. In NGC encapsulation graded MS 66 BN. Born 10 March in New York City, Archer Milton Huntington (original name, Archer Milton Worsham) was adopted by his mother's second husband, the railroad industrialist (and builder of the Central Pacific RR) Collis P.

://?CoinID=   Catalogue of the collection from excavations in Spain, made chiefly by Archer Milton Huntington in OP. BIBLIOGRAPHY, LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE. Aegidius Corboliensis. Incunabula in the Library of The Hispanic Society of America.

(Aegidius Corboliensis, Gilles de Corbeil, known as, fl. Liber urinarum et de Pages/Hispanic Studies. Archer Milton Huntington (Nueva York, 10 de marzo de - Bethel, Connecticut, 11 de diciembre de ), arqueólogo, bibliófilo, filántropo, hispanista y poeta estadounidense, fundador de la Hispanic Society of America ().

Era hijo de Collis P. Huntington, fundador de la compañía de ferrocarriles Central Pacific Railroad y de los astilleros Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock   Archer Milton Huntington (Ma - Decem ) was the son of Arabella (née Duval) Huntington and the stepson of railroad magnate and industrialist Collis P.

Huntington.A lifelong friend of the arts, he is known for his scholarly works in the field of Hispanic Studies and for founding The Hispanic Society of America in New York :// One evening, Sara.

De Barril invited railroad magnate Archer Milton Huntington () and his wife Anna Hyatt Huntington to dinner to discuss the possibility of having another church for the Spanish speaking peoples in New York City. Huntington was the founder of Through Septem the Museo del Prado will, in galleries A, B and C of the Jerónimos building, house the treasures of the museum and library of the Hispanic Society, an institution located in Upper Manhattan in New York, founded in by Archer Milton Huntington (), one of America’s greatest :// /c1b08fd0dfed5b.

In she became the second wife of Archer Milton Huntington, adopted son of Collis P. Huntington who founded the Southern Pacific Railroad. Archer Huntington was vitally interested in art, particularly Spanish art and culture; he encouraged his wife's work and she came to Archer Milton Huntington (Q) From Wikidata.

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ARCHER MILTON HUNTINGTON • 10 :// Search Birth, Marriage & Death Ontario, Canada Vital Records: Births, Marriages and Deaths Ontario, Canada Vital Records: Births, Marriages and Deaths Among them was a tall mustachioed man, Archer M.

Huntington (), who stoically watched the destruction of his parents’ house. The adopted son of railroad magnate Huntington and son of his wife Arabella, Archer, who had his own home uptown, had decided to demolish the house, a fact of life as Gilded Age mansions made way for commerce.1.

Find historical newspapers from across the United States and beyond. Explore newspaper articles and clippings for help with genealogy, history and other ://Having no children of their own, they adopted Mrs. Huntington's niece, Clara Prentice, later the Princess Clara von Hatzveldt.

Elizabeth Huntington died in and in Huntington married Mrs. Arabella Duval Yarrington Worsham and adopted her son, Archer Milton. Collis P. Huntington died suddenly on Augat the age of ://://w10/11/ 11/27/ Follow; Stanley Donen MP ( - ) Anna Hyatt Huntington Ma October 4, Parents: Alpheus Hyatt and Audella Beebe Husband Archer Milton Huntington Anna Hyatt Huntington was an America