Sir Isaac Shoenberg was an electronic engineer born in Russia, best known for his role in history of television. Shoenberg was born in Pinsk, Imperial Russia and studied mathematics, mechanical engineering, electricity in St. Petersburg. In 1905 Shoenberg was employed to install the earliest wireless stations in Russia. However, in 1914, Shoenberg decided to emigrate to London and join the Marconi Wireless and Telegraph Company. Shoenberg was general manager of the Columbia Graphophone Company, he remained with the company through the merger that became EMI in the early 1930s making significant contributions to the development of television. He was Alan Blumlein's supervisor at the central research labs at Hayes during the time Blumlein invented stereo recording. Shoenberg was knighted in 1962. With his wife Esther, Shoenberg was the father of British physicist David Shoenberg, gynaecologist Rosalie Shoenberg Taylor, psychiatrist Elisabeth Shoenberg, Mark Shoenberg and Alec Shoenberg. Schoenberg was portrayed by Leon Lissek in the 1986 TV movie "The Fools on the Hill" by Jack Rosenthal which dramatised the events around the first broadcasts by the BBC from Alexandra Palace in 1936.
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Marlborough Village Historic District is a national historic district located in East Marlborough Township and Newlin Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. It encompasses 21 contributing buildings and 2 contributing site in the crossroads community of Marlborough Village, it includes the Marlborough Meeting House, Schoolmaster's House, General Store and residence, former brick schoolhouse, a small farm, a row of five houses built between 1840 and 1855, a Sears House bungalow known as the Brown House, a pattern house known as the Larkin House, the Bernard / Wickersham farmhouse and barn. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. Map of Marlborough Village
Audio Learning Center was an American rock band from Portland, Oregon. In the early 1990s, Christopher Brady and Steven Birch became friends through mutual connections in the burgeoning northwest music scene. Both were in Oregon bands to sign to Seattle rock heavyweight Sub Pop Records. Playing numerous shows together throughout the Northwest United States, they became a two-man mutual admiration society. After Sprinkler broke up in early 1994, they didn't see each other all that but Birch remained a huge Pond fan. Fast-forward to fall 1998: After a brilliant third record on a confused label and the Pond boys decided to call it a day. At the same time, Birch had reached complete burnout from a grueling year of non-stop touring with Everclear; the two had long talked about playing music together, but it was only now that the time seemed right. Initial rehearsals included Pond's David Triebwasser on drums; when Triebwasser decided to move away from Portland, a mutual friend introduced Brady and Birch to drummer Paul Johnson.
Johnson, a music major in college, had played in numerous bands, but was looking for something bigger and more challenging—one rehearsal was all it took to know that his dynamic playing would be a perfect fit. An early demo found its way to the ears of Rich Egan, the owner of Vagrant, he signed the outfit, releasing debut, Friendships Often Fade Away, in 2002, it was produced by Adam Kasper. In 2004, they released Cope Park, produced by Joe Chiccarelli; the band amicably parted ways soon after that album's release. Christopher Brady - Bass, Vocals Steven Birch - Guitar, Backing Vocals Paul Johnson - Drums Friendships Often Fade Away - April 6, 2002 Cope Park - February 26, 2004 Official Vagrant Site
This is a list of U. S. states and territories by historical population, as enumerated every decade by the United States Census. As required by the United States Constitution, a census has been conducted every 10 years since 1790. Although the decennial census collects a variety of information that used in demographic studies and other enterprises, the purpose of the census as stated in the Constitution is to produce an "actual enumeration" of the number of persons in the states in order to calculate their Congressional apportionment; as the United States has grown in area and population, new states have been formed out of U. S. territories or the division of existing states. The population figures provided. Shaded areas of the tables indicate census years when a territory or the part of another state had not yet been admitted as a new state; as of 2019, 6 regions of the U. S. remain non-states. Source: http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/release?rid=118 United States Census United States congressional apportionment List of U.
S. states and territories by population List of U. S. states by population density List of U. S. states by population growth rate Largest cities in the United States by population by decade GeneralState data, 1790-1990: "Race and Hispanic Origin: 1790 to 1990 by State". U. S. Census Bureau. Archived from the original on 2014-11-21. Retrieved 2011-11-01. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown National data, 1790-1990: "United States - Race and Hispanic Origin: 1790 to 1990". Archived from the original on 2014-11-14. Retrieved 2011-11-01. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown State and national data, 2000-2010: "Population Distribution and Change: 2000 to 2010". U. S. Census Bureau. Retrieved 2011-11-01
Sidney Blunt was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Port Vale. Blunt began his career with his hometown club Wolverhampton Wanderers, but never appeared for their first team, he had spells at Worcester City, Bilston United and Lichfield City, before joining Port Vale in May 1924. He played 36 Second Division and three FA Cup games in the 1924–25 season, scored one goal in a 4–2 win over Clapton Orient at The Old Recreation Ground on 21 March, he appeared 26 times in the 1925–26 campaign, suffered a double fracture of his leg in a 3–0 home win over Swansea Town on 13 March. He could not regain his first team place upon his recovery and instead was given a free transfer in May 1928. Blunt played for Shrewsbury Town and Hereford United. Source