) and had the following children: James, Kay and Sue. Jack was born the third child of Clifford and Nelly Hause on Dec. In January of 1943, he voluntarily enlisted in the United States Army Air-Corps, where he served during World War II as an airplane mechanic based in India. Funeral arrangements are being made at the palmer-Bush funeral home and will be announced later." (The Lansing State Journal, Lansing, Michigan. On she married David Irvin Coryell (1828-1901) in Britton, Lenawee, Michigan. Travelers would get within a mile or so of the house, and leaving their wagons in the muddy road, would proceed to the tavern and put up, in order to give their worn-out teams a chance to recuperate. Willis Leonard "Jack" Hause (1922-2005) married Donna (? 30, 2003, at home, with his loving wife, Donna, by his side. Martha Esther Hause was born on in Ridgeway, Lenawee, Michigan. Irene Marie Houseman was born on in Essex, Clinton County, Michigan. She died on in St Johns, Clinton County, Michigan. The muddy condition of the roads contributed to his prosperity, as it frequently necessitated delay on the part of travelers, and he kept many of his guests two nights.In 1998 she starred as Nikki on the short-lived TV series Push, and also played a recurring role as the undead assassin Mika in the TV action series Mortal Kombat: Conquest.From 1999-2001, she played "Audrey" on the drama series Jack and Jill.He currently lives in New York and works as a producer there when he is not acting.
The positive responses he received at the gallery encouraged Stieglitz to broaden the scope of Camera Work as well, although he decided against any name change for the journal.”2 Steichen was heavily associated with Gallery 291 (291 Fifth Avenue, New York City) which ran from 1905 to 1917.
He also championed their records and for a while, he dubbed himself "the fifth Beatle" and became a trusted friend of the group during their American tours, though not of manager Brian Epstein, who apparently resented his considerable influence.
He left WINS in 1965 and later resurfaced as a presenter on WOR-FM - the first FM rock station.
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