2 edition of James Huff Stout, maker of models found in the catalog.
James Huff Stout, maker of models
Includes bibliographical references (p. 108-110) and index.
|LC Classifications||F586.S86 A36 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||90083681|
James Stout (May 6, - August, ) was an American Hall of Fame thoroughbred horse racing jockey.. Known as "Jimmy," he began working at a racetrack as a stable boy then in became a professional jockey. Stout became most famous riding for Belair Stud and trainer Sunny Jim rode Seabiscuit in his first race in January before the colt was sold. Henderson, James Page, John Stout, William Thompson, James: Ensign, John Popejoy Sergt. James Harvey Corp. James Davis Drummer, Armsted Carder. Privates Busick, George Dickison, Isaac Hinckle, Daniel McGowan, James Rozell, James Stutch, Jesse Westfall, Joseph [Pg. 80 in book] Page ROLL OF CAPT. ROBERT McELWAIN'S COMPANY (Probably Ross County).
James Huff Stout () As a state senator James H. Stout was instrumental, along with Lutie Stearns and Frank Hutchins, in establishing the Wisconsin Free Library Commission in Stout also personally funded the first traveling libraries in Wisconsin in Dunn County. Dictionary of Wisconsin History Wisconsin Historical Images. sin, University of Wisconsin-Stout, ci Pp. vii, No price listed. Available from University Bookstore, University of Wiscon-sin-Stout, Tenth Avenue, Menomonie, Wisconsin ) Collection of speeches about the history of UW-Stout. Surname List, Fond du Lac County Genealogical Society. (North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, Pp.
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Wisconsin Reader. As Stout’s educational venture grew, the focus shifted from schoolchildren to college-age students. Paying for faculty salaries, state-of-the-art equipment, and even new buildings Stout helped pioneer a new approach to education in Wisconsin.
James Huff Stout, c. Photograph courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Dwight Luther Agnew, of Menomonie died Wednesday, June 5, at James Huff Stout home. He was born Dec. 28, in Delta, Colorado to Charles Clinton and Ella Josephine (Dunlop) Agnew.
The youngest of four children (two sisters and one brother), Dwight was raised on a. In his book “James Huff Stout, Maker of Models,” Dwight Agnew wrote, “One business venture in which Stout became heavily involved was the production of. InJames Huff Stout, a Wisconsin State Senator and Menomonie resident, founded a manual training school, the first of several educational enterprises he launched in Menomonie.
The Manual Training movement was an educational philosophy that influenced modern vocational the United States, this philosophy was established in the s and used to train engineers, later working.
James Huff Stout, maker of models by Dwight Agnew (Book) Biennial report by Wisconsin () How will WisconsinEye affect legislative proceedings?: questions and answers for members of the Wisconsin Legislature by David L Lovell (Book. James Huff Stout was a lumberman, businessman, politician, educator and philanthropist.
He was the son of Henry Lane Stout. Lumber. He entered his father's lumber business at the age of He served in The Knapp, Stout and Company Lumber Company offices in Read's Landing, Minnesota and in St.
Louis, Missouri. Inhe moved to Wisconsin. James Huff Stout: Birthdate: Novem Death: Ma (20) Immediate Family: Son of James Huff Stout and Angeline Stout Brother of Evaline Stout and William Stout Half brother of Henry L.
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The death of James Huff Stout in December was a great loss to the community as well as to the institute he founded. Stout died after a seven-month fight against kidney disease.
In addition to his contributions to education, Stout was honored by people from Wisconsin for his work with libraries, hospitals, and the new field of conservation. Buy Report of the Special Committee on Education, Wisconsin Legislature.
Submitted Decem by Wisconsin, Wisconsin Legislature Special Committe, Stout, James Huff online on at best prices. Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible : Paperback. William Huff () James Huff () Elizabeth Caroline Huff () William Leonard Huff () Loranza Dow Huff () Mary Polly Huff () Elizabeth Huff () SAMUEL5 HUFF (LEONARD4, WILLIAM3 HOFF, DERRICK PAULSUSZEN2, PAULUS.
DIRCKSZEN1) was born Abt. in Middletown, NJ, and died Abt. James Huff Stout (Septem - December 8th,) was one of the most influential people in Menomonie. One of his biggest accomplishments was founding the Stout Manual Training School of Menomonie, which is now known today as Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University.
He worked his way up to becoming a very important member in his father's business at the Knapp-Stout Lumber Company. LOOK NEWS FOR UVY-STOUT ALUMNI, PARENTS AND FRIENDS (JIiW:itCE~llt.~rL:h~ w.
Sorensen As we enter into our CentEmnial year, we continue our celebration of a truly outstanding university. I doubt whether Senator Stout ever envisioned, inthe remarkable success this university would achieve by BIBLIOGRAPHY AGNEW, DWIGHT "A History of Stout State University ()" in History of the Wisconsin State Universities, edited by Walker D.
Wyman (River Falls University Press: River Falls, Wisconsin), pp. James Huff Stout - Maker of Models. Businesspeople from Wisconsin: A. Hyatt Smith, Alice Clausing, Becky Weber, Benjamin Hyde Edgerton, Ben Federman, Byron F. Wackett, Byron Kilbourn, C [Source Author: Source Wikipedia.
James Huff Stout. No, the public university in Menomonie didn’t get its name because its students are husky. Inwealthy lumberman James Huff Stout founded the Stout Manual Training School (kind of what we now call a tech school).
Stout later served in the state Senate, and the institute he founded went through four name changes to.MENOMONIE — A lesson in determination in the face of tremendous difficulties can be found in how James Huff Stout, founder of what would become UW-Stout, responded to a fire that burned down his fledgling institution inChancellor Bob Meyer told graduates during three .