Donggwoldo is a representative Korean painting of the early 19th century, depicting the two royal palaces and Changgyeonggung during the Joseon Dynasty. Donggwol is an alternative name of Changdeokgung, located to the East of the main royal palace of the dynasty, Gyeongbokgung. However, the picture includes Changgyeonggung, an adjacent palace to the former. In 2012, the painting was used as the basis of a restoration project for the Buyongjeong pavilion in the rear garden of the Changdeokgung; the picture from a bird's-eye view perspective captures the whole scape of the palaces surrounded by mountains and hills from a right top angle. Two versions of the same picture have survived to the present. Donggwoldo is designated as the 249th National Treasure of South Korea. Donggwoldo is on a folding screen made of paper and wood; the creation date is presumed to be between 1826 and 1830 given the fact that it depicts the "Jeonsa", installed in the 26th year of King Sunjo, "Gyeongbokjeon", demolished in the 30th year of the same king.
The author is unknown but presumed to be a royal painter from Dohwaseo, the governmental office in charge of paintings during the period. The itself is regarded more as a significant source for the research on Korean royal palaces rather than for its artistic values. Since the is visually more detailed than other similar paintings, such as Donggwoldohyeong and Gunggwolji, it serves well as historical evidence and provides many clues to studies on building arrangements and features during that period. Uigwe, a collection of royal protocols of the Joseon Dynasty Irworobongdo, a Korean folding screen with a stylized landscape painting Geumgang jeondo, a Korean landscape painting of Geumgang mountain Inwang jesaekdo, a Korean landscape painting of Inwang mountain Han, Yeong-u. 동궐도 Donggwoldo, Painting of Eastern Palace, Hyohyung Publishing Co. ISBN 978-89-5872-041-6 Donggwoldo, exhibited for public for the first time at The Dong-a Ilbo
This is a list of airports in Palau, sorted by location. The Republic of Palau, is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean, it emerged from United Nations trusteeship in 1994. It is one of smallest sovereign states. In English, the name is sometimes spelled Belau in accordance with the native pronunciation. Airport names shown in bold indicate. Transport in Palau List of airports by ICAO code: P#PT - Federated States of Micronesia, Palau Wikipedia:WikiProject Aviation/Airline destination lists: Oceania#Palau "ICAO Location Indicators by State". International Civil Aviation Organization. 2006-01-12. "UN Location Codes: Palau". UN/LOCODE 2007. UNECE. 2008-03-25. - includes IATA codes Great Circle Mapper: Airports in Palau - ICAO, IATA, FAA codes AirNav: Airports in Palau - FAA and ICAO codes
Ernest Walker Simons was the founder of the Ernest Simons Manufacturing Company of Port Chester, New York, manufacturer of shirts and pillowcases. Simons was born in Ullesthorpe, Leicestershire, England to James Walker Simons and Jane Ann Loveitt, he was the oldest of eight children. The family emigrated to Connecticut in 1858 settling in Mamaroneck, New York. Trained as a mechanical engineer, Simons first became involved in the manufacture of various tools and hardware at Riversville, Connecticut. In 1876, Simons joined the firm N. C. Pond & Company in a former shovel factory, making shirts on a small scale. In 1879 a partnership was formed under the name Pond, West & Simons, consisting of N. C. Pond, Marshall O. West, Simons. In addition to manufacturing shirts, they sold and repaired sewing machines, they built a two story frame building as their factory. After N. C. Pond left the business in 1892, the firm was renamed West & Simons, until the death of West in January of 1902, when it became known as the Ernest Simons Manufacturing Company.
During the latter period, a large brick factory was constructed consisting of three buildings with a floor space of 152,000 square feet, employing 800 people. The firm manufactured shirts, pillow cases, related items for various American brands such as Fruit of the Loom, Anchor and others. During World War I, they were contracted to produce military clothing, it was one of the largest firms of its type in the country during its operation. Many of his family members were among the board of directors during his leadership. Apart from the shirt factory, Simons was involved as a Director with the Port Chester First National Bank. On January 2, 1873, Simons married daughter of Judge Anson Willis. Together they had four children. Simons was involved as a trustee with the Summerfield M. E. Church in Port Chester, he was a benefactor to the YMCA, the Summerfield M. E. Church, he built a mission in India, he was a supporter of the temperance movement, allowed meetings to be held at the factory. At his funeral, Bishop William F. Anderson of Cincinnati wrote a eulogy in his honor about his devotion to his religion and to charity