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  • The History Of Worcester's Union Station

    various points scattered about (Seven). Although quite similar to the Gothic Style, Norman Style focuses more on massive rounded arches and spatial areas (Normal). Formed in 1863, the Ware and Van Brunt partnership consisted of William Robert Ware and Henry Van Brunt. Ware was an engineer specialist, leaving Brunt as the designer. In 1865, Ware would become the head of the school of architecture at MIT, which held one of the oldest architecture programs in the United States. Sadly, the practiced ended in 1881 in result of Ware moving to New York and establishing Columbia University’s own school of architecture. Together the pair constructed several institutions, churches, and residential buildings. Arguably, their most well known work in Memorial Hall located at Harvard, which was completed in 1878 (Ware). Considered the Grand Central Station of Worcester, the station would service the Boston & Albany, Providence & Worcester, and the Norwich & Fitchburg lines. Ten thousand passengers, on a daily bases, would make their way in 1898. However, the station, and the city itself, could simply not, safely, handle the vast amount of traffic coming though. At the time, grade crossings, trolley tracks, and intersecting roads were becoming a bigger and bigger problem (Arsenault). By the early twentieth century, not only did the tracks need to be replaced, but the businesses in surrounding mills were becoming more successful, it was decided that a New Union Station would be built.…

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  • Narrative Essay On The Dungeon

    quiet that comes with the snowfall when every living animal is hiding at home where it’s warm. The Dungeon looked like hell but felt like Heaven. This was one ritual that she didn’t understand the point of. There were many in her community, all of which had practical purposes. This one was one of the more ridiculous ones, sending children to this hallway and then not letting them out until they passed the criteria and were allowed back home. They had to wander these halls until the elders or…

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  • Example Of A Narrative Essay On Sprinting

    orphanage: Wendy McGuire, 8, Jeremy Nichols, 11, and Samuel Allard, 8.” I drop the newspaper. I don’t fuck with haunted orphanages. That might be the last thing I fuck with. I run out of the office but forget which way to go. My instinct tells me left so I take it. And then another left. I find my way to the spelling room, but something catches my eye. I look at the chalkboard that displayed roughly seven words last time I checked. The only word on the board now is “help”. I turn to sprint down…

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  • Funeral Service Personal Statement

    working two summers at Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home in Plymouth, Indiana, it became apparent to me that this is the path I am to take and the profession that fulfills me. Death is unavoidable, however it is a natural occurrence that happens every day. A huge part of this profession is setting up services for families so they can memorialize and honor their loved one. It is essential to honor the deceased and celebrate their life with a reflection of what they enjoyed and what was…

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  • Highland Students Behavior

    exception. While the schools have many areas under control, the hallways at Highland and the cafeteria at Lacey are still an issue. By focusing on consistent adult interactions to uphold behavioral expectations, better hallway and cafeteria management will result for both Lacey Elementary and Highland High School. Student Characteristics, Issues, and Factors Most students at Highland and Lacey are very responsible. They know the expectations and act appropriately. While most would think…

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  • Dbq Monument Analysis

    When remembering someone, there is a lot of things that have to be put into prospect. You cannot just go into something thinking that you can wing it, because after high school that doesn't really work. Monuments honor the dead and the achievements that were often done while in their lifetime and that have to do with the sacrifices that they had to make. There are three main factors that go into play when making a monument for the remembered. The location, size and materials put into it. You…

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  • Monuments And Memorial Essay

    Monuments and memorials are key to acknowledging and paying respect to the past. They provide honor to great achievements and pay homage to the sacrifice of people. Monuments are vital to society. Since they admire great achievements, educate society on past events, and inspire individuals to imprint their own footsteps in history. Though, monuments mean to respect figures of the past, many designers make the mistake of creating a monument not worthy of the important figures imprint in humanity.…

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  • Monument Symbols

    Rough draft - There are many contrastive directions to go in when it comes to monuments, Considering the fact that it represents the deep sacrifice and pays homage to one’s family. Monuments symbolizes a person’s life and celebrates how successful they were as an individual. Monuments are symbol’s because it is put in a valued place and can sometimes last forever. It’s important that you carefully pick the place, a way to get money , and the statues. Due to the fact the place is such a…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The Lincoln Memorial

    The Lincoln Memorial has a big set of stairs. When you walk in there is a high ceiling made of white marble and limestone on the walls. Lying between the north and south chambers is the central hall containing the figure of Lincoln sitting in contemplation onto the Mirror Lake and the Washington Monument. In both south and north chambers, there are inscriptions of Lincoln’s inaugural speech . The Lincoln Statue is sitting down looking straight to the Mirror Lake, with the right hand on the…

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  • Kansas State University Housing Memo

    By paying at least 5000$ for housing you tend to expect high healthy environments for us to live there at Goodnow Hall for 4 or more years. But from my experience it hasn’t been up to my expectations and desires as I saw on their website. For example, Videos of tours for the building, why Goodnow is the best place to live. The answer is that this building is almost about to be 57 years old. Of course the building is going to have serious health and safety problems. A couple of problems that…

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