Federico Garcia Lorca brilliant Spanish poet, killed by Franco's soldiers in the 1930s. Lorca (5 June 1898–19 August 1936) was a Spanish poet, dramatist and theatre director.

Federico Garcia Lorca brilliant Spanish poet, killed by Franco's soldiers in the 1930s. Lorca (5 June 1898–19 August 1936) was a Spanish poet, dramatist and theatre director.

It's time for MR's Real Cool People, Real Cool NYC Apartments with cool person Aurora James

Real Cool People, Real Cool Apartments: Aurora James

It's time for MR's Real Cool People, Real Cool NYC Apartments with cool person Aurora James

[Samaritaine]. Théatre de La Renaissance. Sarah Bernhardt. La Samaritaine : évangile en trois tableaux en vers de Mr Edmond Rostand, musique de Mr Gabriel Pierné : [affiche] / Mucha

[Samaritaine]. Théatre de La Renaissance. Sarah Bernhardt. La Samaritaine : évangile en trois tableaux en vers de Mr Edmond Rostand, musique de Mr Gabriel Pierné : [affiche] / Mucha

London, Mr.Pollock Toy Theatre:       We are situated on the first floor of the Central Avenue and South Piazza of the Market Building.  Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 10.30-18.00 Sunday 11.00 – 16.00

London, Mr.Pollock Toy Theatre: We are situated on the first floor of the Central Avenue and South Piazza of the Market Building. Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 10.30-18.00 Sunday 11.00 – 16.00

diagonal stripe basketweave easy friendship bracelet pattern 2 color 4 string

diagonal stripe basketweave easy friendship bracelet pattern 2 color 4 string

Theatre of Mr. & Mrs. Kabal [DVD] [French] [1967]

Theatre of Mr. & Mrs. Kabal [DVD] [French] [1967]

Mr Mrs,Theatres,Dvd

In 1956, on an episode of then-popular game show “I’ve Got a Secret,” 96-year-old Samuel J. Seymour tottered out on stage, sat down gingerly beside the program’s host, and proceeded to blow the audience’s mind. Over ninety years earlier, he had witnessed the assassination of Abraham Lincoln at Washington D.C.’s Ford Theatre. Here is the video: [x] Here is a 1954 newspaper interview with Mr. Seymour: [x]

In 1956, on an episode of then-popular game show “I’ve Got a Secret,” 96-year-old Samuel J. Seymour tottered out on stage, sat down gingerly beside the program’s host, and proceeded to blow the audience’s mind. Over ninety years earlier, he had witnessed the assassination of Abraham Lincoln at Washington D.C.’s Ford Theatre. Here is the video: [x] Here is a 1954 newspaper interview with Mr. Seymour: [x]

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