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 Bivens Arm is a body of water in Gainesville, Florida. Located west of U.S. Route 441 and south of Archer Road, it is a part of Paynes Prairie. Bivens Arm is a small shallow lake covering approximately 189 acres in southwest Gainesville. Bivens Arm is a unique environment, which supports a wide diversity of plant and animal life in an urban setting. Tumblin Creek, which is fed by small springs and seeps, drains into Bivens Arm and is the primary source of drainage into the lake. Bivens Arm overf...
Historic district contributing properties, Art museums in South Carolina, Sculpture gardens, trails and parks in the United States, Museums in Georgetown County, South Carolina, Outdoor sculptures in South Carolina, Gardens in South Carolina, Zoos in South Carolina, National Historic Landmarks in South Carolina, Institutions accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, National Register of Historic Places in Georgetown County, South Carolina, Protected areas of Georgetown County, South Caroli...Brookgreen Gardens is a sculpture garden and wildlife preserve, located just south of Murrells Inlet, in South Carolina. The 9,100-acre (37 km2) property includes several themed gardens with American figurative sculptures placed in them, the Lowcountry Zoo, and trails through several ecosystems in nature reserves on the property. It was founded by Archer Milton Huntington, stepson of railroad magnate Collis Potter Huntington, and his wife Anna Hyatt Huntington to feature sculptures by Anna and h...
Historic district contributing properties, Historic house museums in South Carolina, Museums in Georgetown County, South Carolina, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in South Carolina, Houses completed in 1933, Moorish Revival architecture in South Carolina, Mediterranean Revival architecture in the United States, National Register of Historic Places in Georgetown County, South Carolina, Houses in Georgetown County, South Carolina, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Com...
Atalaya and Brookgreen Gardens is a National Historic Landmark District encompassing two formerly-united properties associated with sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington (1876-1973) on the coast of Georgetown County, South Carolina. The district includes Atalaya Castle, now part of Huntington Beach State Park, and the sculpture garden of Brookgreen Gardens, both properties part of a large estate developed by Anna and Archer M. Huntington in the 1930s. It includes the nations first formal sculpture gard...
South Harper Historic District is a national historic district located at Laurens, Laurens County, South Carolina. It encompasses 44 contributing buildings in a residential section of Laurens. It includes a collection of early-20th century vernacular residences and houses that range in date from the early-19th century to about 1935, with almost half having been built during the first decade of the 20th century. Architectural styles include Neo-Classical, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and Bungalo...
 
 Key West High School is a Monroe County public school in Key West, Florida, USA. Key West High School is the largest high school in Monroe County. The school was originally at the site of the current Glynn Archer Elementary School, which opened in 1906 and was used as a high school for white students.citation needed] This school has various clubs including NJROTC, GSA (Gay Straight Alliance), Choir, Band, National Honor Society, Beta club, and others. This school has been the home of the conchs ...
Long Island-class escort carriers, Type C3 ships of the Royal Navy, Ships built in Pennsylvania, 1939 ships, Aircraft carriers of the Royal Navy, Merchant aircraft carriers of the Royal Navy, World War II aircraft carriers of the United Kingdom, Empire ships, World War II merchant ships of the United Kingdom, Merchant ships of Sweden, Merchant ships of Greece, Merchant ships of Taiwan, Maritime incidents in 1961, Hidden categories:, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, Use British ...HMS Archer was a Long Island-class escort carrier built by the United States in 1939�1940 and operated by the Royal Navy during World War II. She was built as the cargo ship Mormacland, but was converted to an escort carrier and renamed HMS Archer. Her transmission was a constant cause of problems which led to her being withdrawn from front-line service. She was used as a stores ship and then as an accommodation ship before a refit and subsequent use as a merchant aircraft ferry ship, Empire L...
 
The West Freemason Street Area Historic District is a national historic district located at Norfolk, Virginia. It encompasses 48 contributing buildings in a primarily residential section on the western edge of the center city of Norfolk. It developed between the late-18th and early-20th centuries and includes notable examples of the Federal, Greek Revival, and Late Victorian styles. Notable buildings include the Glisson House, Whittle House, McCullough Row, and the Camp-Hubard house. Located in ...
 The St.Marys AME Church�Pocahontas Colored School, now the Eddie Mae Herron Center, is a historic community building at 1708 Archer Street in Pocahontas, Arkansas. It is a small one-room wood frame structure, with a gable roof and novelty siding. A flat-roof addition expands the building to the right. The main facade has two entrances, each sheltered by a small gable-roofed hood. The building was built in 1918, to provide facilities for a church and school to the small African-American communi...
The Waernicke-Hille House and Store are a pair of historic buildings located near the community of Archers Fork in Washington County, Ohio, United States. Located approximately 150 feet (46 m) away from each other, the two buildings lie along Township Road 36. The store and three-story house were both constructed for the families of Ernst Waernicke, a German who pioneered the cultivation of tobacco in the surrounding Independence Township. Along with other Germans, Waernicke induced significant ...
 
The Archer House Hotel is a historic hotel located at 717 Archer Ave. in Marshall, Illinois. Colonel William Archer, the founder of Marshall, opened the hotel in 1841. The brick hotel was one of the most lavish buildings in the city upon its opening. As a stopping point for stagecoach lines, the hotel was also the citys social center and the first place to receive out-of-town news. Archer was a Republican member of the Illinois Legislature for sixteen years and a friend and colleague of Abraham ...
Walters Bath No. 2 is a historic bath house located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is a small brick building of 40 by 70.5 feet (12.2 by 21.5 m) laid in Flemish bond with black headers and Maryland limestone trimming. It was constructed in a very simplified form of Renaissance Revival architecture popularized at the turn of the 20th century. The bath house was built for the City of Baltimore by Henry Walters (1848�1931), who contributed four bath houses to the city. It was designed ...

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Medical Hall Historic District is a historic home and national historic district near Churchville, Harford County, Maryland, United States. The home was constructed of stuccoed stone between 1825 and 1840 and is five bays long, two bays wide, and two and a half stories high. The façade features a centrally placed door with sidelights and a rectangular transom subdivided in a radiating pattern. Also on the property is a stone springhouse which 20th century owners have converted into a pumphouse ...
Champaign, Illinois, 1855 establishments in Illinois, Cities in Illinois, Cities in Champaign County, Illinois, Populated places established in 1855, University towns in the United States, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from August 2011, Coordinates on Wikidata, Geobox usage tracking for settlement type, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2011, Commons category with local link same as o...Champaign (English- ��æm�peɪn- ) is a city in Champaign County, Illinois, United States. The city is located 135 miles (217 km) south of Chicago, 124 miles (200 km) west of Indianapolis, Indiana, and 178 mi (286 km) northeast of St. Louis, Missouri. Champaign is notable for sharing the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with its sister city of Urbana. Champaign is also the home of Parkland College which serves about 18,000 students during the academic year. Due to t...
The Waterman-Archer House is a historic house at 2148 Markham in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It is a single-story Tudor Revival brick structure, whose shape is that of an H missing an arm (to the rear). To the front, it presents two gable-ended projecting sections, joined by a central portion with its roof ridge running parallel to the street. The right gable section has a large multipane window, with a trio of decorative square elements at the gable peak. The entry is found at the left side of the ...
Sag Bridge, Illinois is a populated place in southwestern Cook County, Illinois. Sag Bridge is an important waterway junction between the Calumet Sag Channel and the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal. It is also the junction of IL 83 (Kingery Highway) and IL 171 (Archer Avenue) which meet at Sag Bridge to cross the Calumet Sag Channel together on the eponymous bridge. The community was named for a predecessor of the present bridge. It is within the village limits and postal delivery zone of Lemont...
Pulaski is an elevated station on the Chicago Transit Authoritys L system. Pulaski serves the Orange Line, which runs between Midway Airport and The Loop; it is situated between Midway and Kedzie stations. Pulaski is located at Pulaski Road and 51st Street on the Southwest Side of Chicago, Illinois. The station is within the Archer Heights neighborhood, which is both residential and commercial, and the station itself is in a commercial district on Pulaski Road. Pulaski opened on October 31, 1993...
 Marie Sklodowska Curie Metropolitan High School is a public 4-year magnet high school located in the Archer Heights neighborhood on the south west side of Chicago, Illinois, United States. The school is operated by Chicago Public Schools. The school has a Technical, Performing Arts, and International Baccalaureate Programme. Curie Metropolitan High School was named after Nobel Prize laureate Maria Sklodowska�Curie in recognition of the areas historically heavy Polish-American populace. Curie M...
Brighton Park crossing is a major railroad crossing in Chicago, Illinois, hosting three of the major Chicago freight railroads. The crossing is northwest of the intersection of Western Avenue and Archer Avenue, in the Brighton Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. The railroads involved in the crossing are CSX, Canadian National and Norfolk Southern. The crossing consisted of the CNs two-track line in a roughly east- west orientation, crossing the five north- south tracks operated by NS and CS...
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth in the United States was established on August 9, 1969, after being part of the Diocese of Dallas for 79 years. At present, the diocese has more than 560,000 Catholics in 89 parishes and missions, served by 123 priests, 110 deacons, 24 sisters, and 5 brothers. It is made up of 28 counties of North Central Texas: Archer, Baylor, Bosque, Clay, Comanche, Cooke, Denton, Eastland, Erath, Foard, Hardeman, Hill, Hood, Jack, Johnson, Knox, Montague, Palo Pinto, P...
 Hotel Manhattan (also known as Manhattan Hotel) was a US railroad hotel located on the northwest corner of Madison Avenue and 42nd Street in New York City, New York. Built in 1895-96, it was to an 1893 design by Henry Janeway Hardenbergh. Standing at 250 feet (76 m), it at one time held the record as tallest hotel structure in the world. Architectural features included three levels of dormers and a chateuesque roof. It was razed in 1961 to make way for an office tower. Built by Marc Eidlitz & So...
Metropolitan Avenue was a station on the demolished section of the BMT Jamaica Line. It had two tracks and two side platforms, with space for a third track in the center. A short stretch of third track was added for use as a lay-up or storage track, along with a scissor crossover near the temporary Queens Boulevard terminal in 1976, in anticipation of the line being cut back from 168th Street. This station was built as part of the Dual Contracts. It opened on July 3, 1918^ by the Brooklyn Union ...

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Washington Heights, Manhattan, Art museums established in 1904, Libraries in Manhattan, Society museums in New York, Art museums in New York City, Museums in Manhattan, Latino museums in the United States, Hispanic and Latino American culture in New York City, Portuguese-American culture in New York, Spanish-American culture in New York City, 1904 establishments in New York, American Hispanists, National Register of Historic Places in Manhattan, National Historic Landmarks in New York City, Hidd...The Hispanic Society of America is a museum and reference library for the study of the arts and cultures of Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. (Despite the name and the founders intention, it has never functioned as a learned association.) Founded in 1904 by Archer M. Huntington, the institution is free and open to the public at its original location in a Beaux Arts building on Audubon Terrace (at 155th Street and Broadway) in the lower Washington Heights area of New York City in the United Sta...
 
 The Safeway Stores Office and Warehouse Building is a historic building near downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The building was design by Kansas City architects Archer and Gloyd and was built by local contractor J. H. Thompson in 1929. It served as Safeways regional produce and canned goods warehouse, as well as the regional headquarters for the chain. The warehouse served a region extending from Topeka, Kansas in the west to St. Joseph, Missouri in the north, Columbia, Missouri in the east to Jop...
Erie Railroad Depot, Erie Railroad Station or Erie Depot was the terminal station for the Erie Railroad in Rochester, New York, designed by George E. Archer, the railroads architect. The station opened in 1887 between the Genesee River and Exchange Street on the south side of Court St. The station was one of the Eries few electrified railroad stations, and was one of the first stations to provide electric commuter services in 1907. In 1905 the Lehigh Valley Railroad Station opened directly acros...
 
 
Wichita Falls is a city in and the county seat of Wichita County, Texas, United States. Wichita Falls is the principal city of the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Archer, Clay and Wichita counties. According to the 2010 census, the city had a population of 104,553 making it the twenty-ninth most populous city in the state of Texas. In addition to Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls is also home to the Newby-McMahon Building, constructed downtown in 1919 a...
 
 
 
 
 

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1986 in California, Aeroméxico accidents and incidents, Airliner accidents and incidents caused by pilot error, Aviation accidents and incidents in the United States in 1986, Mid-air collisions, Cerritos, California, Disasters in California, Accidents and incidents involving the McDonnell Douglas DC-9, Airliner accidents and incidents involving mid-air collisions, Airliner accidents and incidents in California, Aviation accidents and incidents in California, Hidden categories:, All articles wit...The 1986 Cerritos mid-air collision was a plane crash that occurred over the Los Angeles suburb of Cerritos, California, on August 31, 1986. It occurred when Aeroméxico Flight 498, a McDonnell-Douglas DC-9, was clipped by N4891F, a Piper PA-28-181 Archer owned by the Kramer family, while descending into Los Angeles International Airport, killing all 67 people on both aircraft and an additional 15 people on the ground. In addition, eight people on the ground sustained minor injuries from the cra...
 
Anglican cathedrals in England, English Baroque architecture, Grade I listed churches in the West Midlands, Grade I listed cathedrals, Religious buildings completed in 1725, Hall churches, Church of England churches in Birmingham, West Midlands, Diocese of Birmingham, Provosts and Deans of Birmingham, Thomas Archer buildings, Grade I listed buildings in Birmingham, 1725 establishments in Great Britain, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Br...The Cathedral Church of Saint Philip is the Church of England cathedral and the seat of the Bishop of Birmingham. Built as a parish church and consecrated in 1715, St Philips became the cathedral of the newly formed Diocese of Birmingham in 1905. St Philips was built in the early 18th century in the Baroque style by Thomas Archer and is located on Colmore Row, Birmingham, England. The cathedral is a Grade I listed building. St Philips is the third smallest cathedral in England after Derby and Ch...
 
Millhouses and Ecclesall railway station was a railway station in the Millhouses district of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. When the station opened in 1870 it was called Ecclesall, but this was changed, first to Ecclesall & Millhouses and later Mill Houses & Ecclesall before becoming Millhouses and Ecclesall in 1932. It was situated on the Midland Main Line between Heeley railway station and Beauchief station, and was accessed from the Archer Road overbridge, near the junction of Abbeydale...
The Millennium Centre was located in Littleover, Derby. It was a post-16 sixth form centre, run jointly by Derby Moor Community Sports College Trust and Littleover Community School for students who wished to further their education by completing A Levels. The majority of students come from the two schools. The sixth form had joint heads who were initially; Jamie Henshaw for Derby Moor and Rob Archer for Littleover. The Millennium Centre was split between the two schools, after a decade of cooper...

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Shepherd Market is a small square in the Mayfair area of central London, developed in 1735-46 by Edward Shepherd on the open ground then used for the annual May fair from which Mayfair gets its name. It is located between Piccadilly and Curzon Street and has a village-like atmosphere. It has been associated with prostitutes since the Eighteenth century; in the 1980s, Jeffrey Archer met the prostitute Monica Coghlan in Shepherd Market. In the 1920s it was a popular residential area for writers an...
 Evans Music-and-Supper Rooms, (located at 43 King Street, Covent Garden), was an entertainment venue for music and singing in early nineteenth century. The venue provided the type of entertainment which later evolved into music hall. What would later be known as the Evans Music and Supper Rooms was initially known as the Thomas Archer House. The house was built by Thomas Archer in 1712 for Admiral Edward Russell, the fourth Earl of Bedfords grandson. The House would later be sold to a man names ...
St Pauls, Deptford, is one of Londons finest Baroque parish churches, cited as one of the most moving C18 churches in London in the Buildings of England series. It was designed by gentleman architect Thomas Archer and built between 1712 and 1730 in Deptford, which was then a suburb in Kent but is now part of South East London. It was one of the 50 churches that were to be built by the New Church Commissioners, although only 12 were ultimately constructed. It and St. Johns, Westminster, were the ...
Highway 98 is the primary north-south highway in the Golan Heights. It is shaped like an archers bow, and it runs parallel to the ceasefire line of the occupied territory with the rest of Syria. The route runs from Tzemah junction south of the Kinneret, first through the Yarmuk valley, then it rises up a steep slope into the Golan Heights and crosses it until it reaches the lowest cable-car station on Mount Hermon. There it meets Route 999. Highway 98 is steep compared to the highways in Israel,...
 
The 1993 Auckland mid-air collision was an aircraft accident in New Zealand. It occurred on 26 November 1993, when two aircraft operated by Airwork, under contract to the New Zealand Police, collided and crashed in central Auckland. The mid-air collision of the Aérospatiale TwinStar helicopter and Piper Archer aeroplane resulted in the deaths of all four occupants � a civilian Airwork pilot on each aircraft and two New Zealand Police officers on the helicopter. The accident occurred in daylig...
 
 
 
The Rockhampton Region in Central Queensland, Queensland, Australia, is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, about 600 kilometers north of Brisbane, experiencing an average of over 300 days of sunshine per year. Rockhampton, the Region�s major city is often referred to as the Beef Capital of Australia which offers a broad mix of lifestyle and business opportunities. The Fitzroy River, Mount Archer National Park and Berserker Range provides a scenic backdrop for the city where its rich history i...
 Stevens Cliff (76°50�S 162°40�E 76.833°S 162.667°E -76.833; 162.667Coordinates: 76°50�S 162°40�E 76.833°S 162.667°E -76.833; 162.667) is a cliff between Tiger Island and Cape Archer along the north side of Granite Harbour, Victoria Land. The cliff is straight, 3 nautical miles (6 km) long and rises 200 m above the sea. Named after Alan R. Stevens, Chief, Science and Application Branch, National Mapping Division. As chief of the Science and Application Branch, he...
 Gregory Island (76°49�S 162°58�E 76.817°S 162.967°E -76.817; 162.967Coordinates: 76°49�S 162°58�E 76.817°S 162.967°E -76.817; 162.967) is a small island lying just off the east coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica, 2.5 nautical miles (5 km) northeast of Cape Archer. It was discovered by the British National Antarctic Expedition (1901�04), at which time it was thought to be a coastal point and was named Gregory Point, for John W. Gregory, director of the civilian...
 Granite Harbour (76°53�S 162°44�E 76.883°S 162.733°E -76.883; 162.733Coordinates: 76°53�S 162°44�E 76.883°S 162.733°E -76.883; 162.733) is a bay in the coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica, about 14 nautical miles (26 km) long, entered between Cape Archer and Cape Roberts. It was discovered and named by the British National Antarctic Expedition (1901�04) in the Discovery in January 1902, while searching for safe winter quarters for the ship. The name derives fro...

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  Archer is a city in Alachua County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 1,118.  

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