Each kml file in Google Earth is labeled according to a code based upon coin attributes (type of find, coin type, material, and date). This document explains the code used for coin finds that were minted at Antioch.
Lloyd C. Engelbrecht (born 1927) is Professor Emeritus of Art History at the University of Cincinnati. This study guide was used to illustrate some of his classroom presentations and also on-site visits with his students to Prairie School buildings. This version of the study guide dates from May 10, 1994.
Lloyd C. Engelbrecht (born 1927) is Professor Emeritus of Art History at the University of Cincinnati. His article, “Wood, Plywood and Veneer, Cranbrook, the New Bauhaus and the W. P. A.: the Origins of the Eames Chair of 1946,” had its origins in a paper presented at a symposium, “Bauhaus, New Bauhaus, W. P. A.: Chairs for Mid-Century,” October 17, 1981, at the Mid-America Conference of the College Art Association, meeting in Milwaukee. The article was expanded and eventually completed in 1987, but it was never published. The author asked that his late wife, June-Marie F. Engelbrecht (1930-2009), be given credit for her immense amount of help with the research and writing of the article.
The files here are matrices of DNA sequences used to create a phylogeny of Aniba, Brazilian rosewood and its relatives. The files are saved as Nexus files and can be opened by a text editor and most phylogenetic or DNA sequence editing software packages (PAUP*, Mesquite, etc.).