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The History Of Stax Records THE STAX STORY by Robert Palmer Reprinted Courtesy of Fantasy Inc./Stax Records Stax Records, a name which is synonymous with Southern soul music, began as Satellite Records in Memphis in 1959. Founded by Jim Stewart, a former country fiddler, and Estelle Axton, whose son Charles "Packy" Axton was a saxophonist with the original Mar-Keys, the company had its first Top Ten hit in 1961 with "Gee Whiz" by Carla Thomas. During the next few years Stax developed a brand of music which was to have worldwide repercussions. The History of Stax Records The History of Stax Records
As We May Think - Magazine

As We May Think - Magazine

As Director of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, Dr. Vannevar Bush has coordinated the activities of some six thousand leading American scientists in the application of science to warfare. In this significant article he holds up an incentive for scientists when the fighting has ceased. He urges that men of science should then turn to the massive task of making more accessible our bewildering store of knowledge.
Portale storico della Camera dei deputati Home page del portale Percorsi Le legislature Le legislature del Regno, della transizione costituzionale e della Repubblica: persone, organi, attività, documenti, immagini I Presidenti I Presidenti della Camera dal Regno alla XV legislatura della Repubblica: biografie, discorsi d'insediamento, attività, immagini I Regolamenti I Regolamenti di procedura parlamentare nel tempo: testi, schede di approfondimento, proposte di modificazione Montecitorio Storia e immagini del palazzo di Montecitorio dal XVI secolo L'Amministrazione L'apparato amministrativo nel tempo: storia, organigrammi, persone, regolamenti interni, documenti, immagini Notizie dei deputati - Portale storico dei deputati - Portale storico
L'ultimo discorso parlamentare di Giacomo Matteotti - 30 maggio 1924 • Kerosenectute & Residui di materia fecale
Death mask Death mask December 25, 2011 Jesus Christ’s Death Mask by Biblioklept Okay.
Laurence Hutton Collection of Life and Death Masks
99% Invisible • Episode 33- A Cheer for Samuel Plimsoll (Press...
National Archives Reverses Itself on Declassification Commitment June 12, 2012 - Today the National Archives has reversed a 2010 commitment for declassification and decided instead to withhold records related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Attached is a press release from the Assassination Archives and Research Center and a copy of the letter from Gary Stern, General Counsel of the National Archives announcing this decision. There is contact information on the press release for further information. AARC - Assassination Archives and Research Center AARC - Assassination Archives and Research Center
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