Free Sheet Music - Free Lead Sheet - America The Beautiful - By Samuel Ward

Free Sheet Music - Free Lead Sheet - America The Beautiful - By Samuel Ward

Princess Anne visits the Samuel Ward Academy, Haverhill. Princess Anne speaking to head Howard Lay. 9 Apr 2014

Princess Anne visits the Samuel Ward Academy, Haverhill. Princess Anne speaking to head Howard Lay. 9 Apr 2014

Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910). She founded and served as president of the New England Woman Suffrage Association, and became co-leader, with Lucy Stone, of the American Woman Suffrage Association in 1869.

Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910). She founded and served as president of the New England Woman Suffrage Association, and became co-leader, with Lucy Stone, of the American Woman Suffrage Association in 1869.

Samuel Ward McAllister (1827–1895) self-appointed arbiter of New York society 1860-90. He married heiress Sarah Taintor Gibbons, & using her wealth, McAllister sought to become a tastemaker amongst New York's "Knickerbocracy", a collection of old merchant & landowning families who traced their lineage back to the colonial days. He was largely responsible for turning the simple seaside resort of Newport, Rhode Island into a mecca for the pleasure-seeking, status-conscious rich of the Gilded…

Samuel Ward McAllister (1827–1895) self-appointed arbiter of New York society 1860-90. He married heiress Sarah Taintor Gibbons, & using her wealth, McAllister sought to become a tastemaker amongst New York's "Knickerbocracy", a collection of old merchant & landowning families who traced their lineage back to the colonial days. He was largely responsible for turning the simple seaside resort of Newport, Rhode Island into a mecca for the pleasure-seeking, status-conscious rich of the Gilded…

Samuel "Ward" McAllister fell out of favor with Mrs. Caroline Astor when he wrote his tell-all-book "Society as I Have Found It." She shortly replaced him as society's court jester & major domo with Harry Lehr. McAllister died eating alone at New York's Union Club.

Samuel "Ward" McAllister fell out of favor with Mrs. Caroline Astor when he wrote his tell-all-book "Society as I Have Found It." She shortly replaced him as society's court jester & major domo with Harry Lehr. McAllister died eating alone at New York's Union Club.

Vintage Leather Scrapbook | Brown Leather Photo Album | Large Bound Scrap Book | Samuel Ward Manufacturing Company by Postcardigans on Etsy

Vintage Leather Scrapbook | Brown Leather Photo Album | Large Bound Scrap Book | Samuel Ward Manufacturing Company

Vintage Leather Scrapbook | Brown Leather Photo Album | Large Bound Scrap Book | Samuel Ward Manufacturing Company by Postcardigans on Etsy

America, the Beautiful by Samuel Ward arr. by Carmen Dragon

America, the Beautiful by Samuel Ward arr. by Carmen Dragon

Born Samuel Ward McAllister to a socially prominent Savannah, Georgia judicial family, established himself as a successful attorney in California during the Gold Rush. He used the earnings from his legal prowess to journey throughout Europes great cities and spas—Bath, Pau, Bad Nauheim, and the like-—where he observed the mannerisms of the titled nobility. Upon his return to the United States, McAllister settled in New York City & married heiress Sarah Taintor Gibbons.

Born Samuel Ward McAllister to a socially prominent Savannah, Georgia judicial family, established himself as a successful attorney in California during the Gold Rush. He used the earnings from his legal prowess to journey throughout Europes great cities and spas—Bath, Pau, Bad Nauheim, and the like-—where he observed the mannerisms of the titled nobility. Upon his return to the United States, McAllister settled in New York City & married heiress Sarah Taintor Gibbons.

A fabulously stylish, centrally located, one bedroom first floor apartment. A high ceilinged sumptuous interior designed space built in 1798 for Samuel Ward, Salt Merchant of Bath. It's the perfect base for a romantic weekend getaway.

A fabulously stylish, centrally located, one bedroom first floor apartment. A high ceilinged sumptuous interior designed space built in 1798 for Samuel Ward, Salt Merchant of Bath. It's the perfect base for a romantic weekend getaway.

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