Each President General carries forward her vision and goals for the National Society while managing and overseeing Society policy as well as initiating special National projects. While it cannot do justice to the dedication and toil of each President General, it is meant to give a glimpse of the background, character, leadership and accomplishments of those who have worn the wide blue sash as they represented and led the more than , who have been members over the past years. Their leadership has allowed the NSDAR to become the largest female lineage society in the country and owner of a city block of historic and iconic buildings in Washington, D. View this online slideshow in chronological order or choose individuals from the list below to learn about these accomplished leaders as well as the history of the DAR through highlights of their administrations.
General George S. Patton: A Tragic Hero
General George S. Patton: A Tragic Hero - Words | Cram
Margaret Bourke-White was a war correspondent and career photographer whose images represent major events in the 20th century. She was the first woman war photographer and the first woman photographer allowed to accompany a combat mission. Her iconic photographs include images of the Great Depression , World War II, Buchenwald concentration camp survivors, and Gandhi at his spinning wheel. She was raised in New Jersey. This religious affiliation suited the couple, with their mixed religious background and somewhat unconventional ideas, including full support for the education of women. Margaret Bourke-White began her university education at Columbia University in , as a biology major, but became fascinated with photography while taking a course at Columbia from Clarence H. She transferred to the University of Michigan, still studying biology, after her father died, using her photography to support her education.
Life and Leadership of George S. Patton
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Michael Allan Patton born January 27, is an American singer, producer, film composer, voice actor and record label owner, best known as the lead vocalist of the alternative metal band Faith No More. Patton is also co-founder and lead vocalist of Mr. Consistent collaborators through his varied career include avant-garde jazz saxophonist John Zorn , hip hop producer Dan the Automator and classical violinist Eyvind Kang. He co-founded Ipecac Recordings with Greg Werckman in , and has run the label since.