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Fri Mar 21 17:06:37 2014 UTClccn-no20070989840.00Jabez and Robert Waterman shipbuilding records,0.571.00The creative process in art and criticism according to Diderot162111839no2007098984Doolittle, Jim, 1917-1998lccn-n80038348Vigny, Alfred de1797-1863lccn-n79081610Diderot, Denisnc-u s treasury orchestra and chrousU.S. Treasury Orchestra and Chrousnc-john morgan shipJohn Morgan (Ship)np-diderot, denis 1713 1784 neveu de rameauDiderot, Denis, 1713-1784. Neveu de Rameaulccn-n50000602Glines, Carroll V.lccn-n97062216Nancy (Schooner)lccn-nr2007002597Welles, Samuel1754-1834lccn-no91028700Broekman, David1899-1958np-waterman, jabez$1767 1825Waterman, Jabez1767-1825Doolittle, JamesHistoryBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcWorld War (1939-1945)United StatesAeronauticsAeronautics, American militaryGeneralsUnited States.--Army Air ForcesDoolittle, James Harold,Vigny, Alfred de,Neveu de Rameau (Diderot, Denis)Doolittle, JamesAutomobile mechanicsConnecticut--GlastonburyShipwrightsCalifornia--Sonoma CountyBrassworkCaliforniaArt, AmericanSurveying--InstrumentsNancy (Schooner : 1809-1810)FinanceRadio advertisingConnecticut--Hartford1917199819431948195319541960196719752009201310751732BUG626.2.D668177ocn000908774book19670.50Doolittle, JamesAlfred de VignyCriticism, interpretation, etcAnalyzes the work of the nineteenth century French lyricist, tracing his development as an artist and introducing his principal ideas2398ocn002298818book19600.81Doolittle, JamesRameau's nephew; a study of Diderot's "second satire."42ocn843018900com20090.18Doolittle, James HaroldI could never be so lucky again : an autobiographyHistoryBiographyAfter Pearl Harbor, he led America's flight to victory General Doolittle is a giant of the twentieth century. He did it all. As a stunt pilot, he thrilled the world with his aerial acrobatics. As a scientist, he pioneered the development of modern aviation technology. During World War II, he served his country as a fearless and innovative air warrior, organizing and leading the devastating raid against Japan immortalized in the film Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo. Now, for the first time, here is his life story ' modest, revealing, and candid as only Doolittle himself can tell it. From the Paperback edition21ocn253340140book19600.47Doolittle, JamesRameau's Nephew22ocn013983362book19481.00Doolittle, JamesThe creative process in art and criticism according to Diderot11ocn082380609visuDoolittle, James[Photographs of brasswork]Folder contains photographs and information sheets related to a surveyor's vernier compass11ocn055002049rcrd19430.47Shangri La11ocn793452263book18600.47Doolittle, JamesSpeech on the bill to organize the territory of Arizuma11ocn459266978book1954Doolittle, JamesHeroism and passion in "Polyeucte". James Doolittle11ocn832945721file1.00Doolittle, JamesAnn Harding, JamesJames Doolittle artist file :Assembled artist file includes b&w photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, and in some cases, negatives. Items may include full views, details, before and after restoration views, etc. Documentation may include artist name, title of work, medium, dimensions, provenance, exhibition history, related works, previous attributions, and bibliography11ocn680355140com1.00Doolittle, JamesPipe Displayed in Empty Frame, JamesHieroglyph and emblem in diderot, s -lettre sur les sourds et muets11ocn459266981book1953Doolittle, JamesThe Humanity of Moliè€re's "Dom Juan". James Doolittle01ocn081305638rcrdDoolittle, JamesRameau's nephew a study of Diderot's "second satire"11ocn034775058mix19750.47Martin, Virgil EmersonVirgil Martin reminiscencesHistorySourcesConsists of typed transcript of taped interview with auto mechanic Virgil Martin (1975)11ocn722850893mixWaterman, JabezJabez and Robert Waterman shipbuilding recordsPrimarily accounts and an agreement in which Jabez Waterman agreed to build a ship for Samuel Welles, 1801, both of Glastonbury, Connecticut. According to the documents in this collection, Jabez began working for Wells in 1787 hewing timber and threshing flax. There are several accounts between Robert and Jabez Waterman with Samuel Welles. Also an account of Jabez Waterman with the owners of the Schooner Nancy which Waterman was building, and a statement that Jabez built the ship John Morgan in Glastonbury for Samuel Wells. Of interest are two bills to Samuel Welles from James Doolittle of Hartford for the purchase of a brass and a wooden compass and for deep sea leads, 1807 and 1808 respectivelyFri Mar 21 16:12:39 EDT 2014batch9071