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Wallis and Edward

American socialite Bessie Wallis, divorced her second husband to marry Edward the Prince of Whales five years after his accession as King of the United Kingdom. Her twice-divorced status and two living ex-husbands caused a constitutional crisis. The former king abdicated his throne to his brother, King George VI so he could marry the woman […] Read more

Whitney Warren

Whitney Warren was an artist, art collector, club man, and athlete, in addition to one of the most successful architectures of his time. He started his training at the Columbia University School of Architecture then the prestigious Ecole des Beaux-Arts, in Paris. The style was rooted in French neoclassicism and incorporated Renaissance and Baroque elements. […] Read more

Who Was This Man?

Who was this man? A rugby player, a Christian missionary, and a Scottish sprinter, he was born in Qing China and attended the University of Edinburgh. He participated in the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris where he won the 4000 meters race. He went back to China as a missionary teacher and remained there until […] Read more

William Shakespeare

What does Shakespeare say to an era that feels that the times are out of joint? He does not renounce the world or wallow in self-pity. Shakespeare distills his experiences into common sense and uncommon wisdom. In the hands of lesser playwrights, nobility often rests on the splendor of the language, but beautiful lines alone […] Read more

Winston Churchill

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was a Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, a soldier, a writer, and a British statesman. He represented five constituencies total as a Member of Parliament and was awarded many honors including the Order of Merit, and a Fellowship of the Royal Society. Praised as a social reformer and awarded […] Read more

Zora Neale Hurston

Zora Neale Hurston was a filmmaker, anthropologist, and American author who wrote about the racial struggles of the American South in the early 1900s. Their Eyes Were Watching God, was published in 1937 and is one of her most popular novels. She also wrote plays, essays, over 50 short stories, and fiction about contemporary issues […] Read more