John Carrere articles on Wikipedia
John Carrère
John Carrere may refer to: John Merven Carrere (1858–1911), American architect John Carrere (politician) (died 1948), Canadian politician
Dec 22nd 2015

Carrère and Hastings
Carrere and Hastings, the firm of John Merven Carrere (November 9, 1858 – March 1, 1911) and Thomas Hastings (March 11, 1860 – October 22, 1929), was
Mar 22nd 2017

John Carrère (politician)
in a collision with his vehicle and a train. "Crash Takes Life Of John Carrere, N. Cochrane MPP", The Globe and Mail (1936-Current); Oct 7, 1948; ProQuest
May 9th 2016

HMS Carrere (1801)
Carrere was a French frigate that served briefly in the French navy before the British captured her in 1801, naming her HMS Carrere. She seems never to
Sep 23rd 2016

Edward Carrere
Born in Mexico, Edward Carrere (13 October 1906 - 19 December 1984) first hit Hollywood in 1947, making his debut as an art director on "My Wild Irish
Apr 12th 2016

Hollow Point
Hollow Point is a 1996 film directed by Sidney J. Furie and starring Thomas Ian Griffith, Tia Carrere, John Lithgow, and Donald Sutherland. An FBI agent
Mar 13th 2017

Grammy Award for Best Hawaiian Music Album
The Grammy Award for Hawaiian-Music-Album">Best Hawaiian Music Album was an honor presented to recording artists from 2005 to 2011 for quality Hawaiian music albums. The Grammy
Feb 18th 2017

Limonov (novel)
Limonov is a 2011 biographical novel by the French writer and journalist Emmanuel Carrere. The book is based on the life of Eduard Limonov, a Russian politician
Feb 20th 2017

Ponce de Leon Hotel
designed in the Spanish Renaissance style by the New York architects John Carrere and Thomas Hastings. These two would gain world renown and would eventually
Dec 3rd 2016

Gutshot Straight
Gutshot Straight is a 2014 American action, thriller directed by Justin Steele and starring George Eads, AnnaLynne McCord, Stephen Lang, Steven Seagal
Oct 23rd 2016

Staten Island Borough Hall
and Hastings, following the consolidation of New York City in 1898. John Carrere was a resident of Staten Island and he helped select the dramatic hilltop
Nov 28th 2016

Scar City
Scarred City is a 1998 action film starring Stephen Baldwin, Tia Carrere and Renee Estevez. John Ashley died during production. Laxamana, Jonathan
May 19th 2017

Thomas Hastings (architect)
returned to the U.S. to found the firm of Carrere and Hastings with John Merven Carrere. Their first major commissions came from a parishioner of Hastings'
Mar 12th 2017

John William Polidori
John William Polidori (7 September 1795 – 24 August 1821) was an English writer and physician. He is known for his associations with the Romantic movement
Apr 25th 2017

Simon Wakelin
Simon Wakelin is a British photojournalist working in Los Angeles, California. Wakelin's activities as a still photographer include the features The Death
Mar 23rd 2016

Chet Baker Plays Vladimir Cosma
Chet Baker Plays Vladimir Cosma is a 1985 album by jazz trumpeter Chet Baker, released by French company Carrere Records. It features rearrangements of
Apr 22nd 2017

John Vredenburgh Van Pelt
John Vredenburgh Van Pelt, F.A.I.A., A.D.G.F., (February 24, 1874 – 1962) was an architectural historian, author, and American architect active in early
Apr 25th 2017

Portland City Hall (Maine)
Stevens. It was inspired by New York City Hall, and was considered by John M. Carrere to be one of his finest works. During the Portland Rum Riot on June
Nov 23rd 2016

Memorial Presbyterian Church
The-Memorial-Presbyterian-ChurchThe Memorial Presbyterian Church is a historic church located at 36 Street">Valencia Street in St. Augustine, Florida, United States. The church was built in 1889
Dec 31st 2016

Lightner Museum
This article is about the former Hotel Alcazar. For the building in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, see Alcazar Hotel (Cleveland Heights, Ohio). The Lightner
Mar 15th 2017

True Luv'
Luv'">True Luv' is the third album by Dutch girl group Luv', released in December 1979 by CNR/Carrere Records. It includes the hit singles Ooh, Yes I Do and
Dec 22nd 2016

Central Congregational Church (Providence, Rhode Island)
Central Congregational Church is a United Church of Christ congregation established in 1852 in Providence, Rhode Island. The current church building at
Mar 4th 2017

National Museum of American Illustration
The National Museum of American-IllustrationAmerican Illustration (NMAI), founded in 1998, is the first national museum to be devoted exclusively to American illustration artwork
Apr 6th 2017

Enemy (1990 film)
Enemy (also known as Fatal Mission) is a 1990 American action/adventure film directed by George Rowe and starring Peter Fonda, who also co-wrote the screenplay
Mar 18th 2017

John Verity
John Verity (born 3 July 1949 in Bradford, West Yorkshire) is an English guitarist formerly with the band Argent from 1974 to 1976. When Argent split up
Jul 18th 2016

Saxon (album)
Saxon is the debut studio album by the English heavy metal band Saxon, released in 1979 (see 1979 in music). Eduardo Rivadavia of Allmusic gave the album
May 17th 2017

Russell Senate Office Building
New York City architectural firm of Carrere and Hastings was retained. John Carrere took charge of the Senate Office Building project, while Thomas Hastings
May 6th 2017

John M. Lyle
John MacIntosh Lyle (1872–1945) was an Irish born Canadian architect, designer, urban planner, and teacher active in the late 19th century and into the
Dec 14th 2016

Glenmere mansion
The Glenmere mansion, overlooking Glenmere Lake, approximately 50 miles northwest of New York City in Orange County, New York, was built by New York City
Feb 16th 2017

Five Aces
Five Aces is a 1999 black comedy/drama film written, produced and directed by David Michael O'Neill. It stars Charlie Sheen, Christopher McDonald, Aimee
Feb 10th 2017

Jury Duty (film)
Jury Duty is a 1995 American comedy film directed by John Fortenberry, written by Neil Tolkin, Barbara Williams, and Samantha Adams, and starring Pauly
Apr 29th 2017

The Cop (1970 film)
The Cop (French: Un conde, Italian: L'uomo venuto da Chicago) is a 1970 French-Italian crime film directed by Yves Boisset and starring Michel Bouquet
Feb 13th 2017

Love's Gotta Hold on Me
Not to be confused with Christine McVie's song "Got a Hold on Me". "Love's Gotta Hold on Me" is a 1979 single by British pop duo Dollar. It was released
Apr 21st 2016

Cannon House Office Building
Thomas Hastings took charge of the House Office Building project, while John Carrere oversaw the construction of an almost identical office building (now
Nov 20th 2016

Secret Passion
Secret Passion is the seventh studio album by French singer Amanda Lear, released by Carrere Records in 1986. Secret Passion was Amanda's first full-length
Jul 15th 2015

Hewitt Quadrangle
Sheffield Scientific buildings on Hillhouse Avenue. They were designed by John M. Carrere and Hastings Thomas Hastings of Carrere and Hastings. The University Commons
Mar 27th 2017

Shreve, Lamb & Harmon
Shreve, Lamb, and Harmon, founded as Shreve & Lamb, was an architectural firm, best known for designing the Empire State Building, the tallest building
Oct 29th 2016

1992 MTV Movie Awards
En Vogue — "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" Ugly Kid Joe — "Everything About You" Arrested Development — "Tennessee" Vince Neil — "You're Invited
Jan 25th 2017

High School High
High School High is a 1996 comedy film about an inner city high school in the Los Angeles, California area, starring Jon Lovitz, Tia Carrere, Mekhi Phifer
May 13th 2017

McKim, Mead & White
the firm; he took it over in 1961 and renamed it several times. John Merven Carrere (1858–1911) – worked with McKim, Mead & White from 1883 through 1885
May 8th 2017

Edwin Burr Curtiss
Edwin Burr Curtiss (July 14, 1852 – March 30, 1928), was an attorney, bookseller, and a director of A. G. Spalding Bros. He was born on July 14, 1852
Feb 22nd 2017

Great Fire of 1911 Historic District
The Great Fire of 1911 Historic District is located in downtown Bangor, Maine, and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984
Nov 28th 2016

Cairnwood is a 26,000 square feet (2,400 m2) historic home located adjacent to the Glencairn Museum in Bryn Athyn, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It
Nov 28th 2016

Hotel Washington (Washington, D.C.)
Washington The W Washington, D.C. is a historic hotel located at 515 15th Street NW (between Pennsylvania Avenue and F Street) in downtown Washington, D.C. It opened
Nov 28th 2016

Blairsden (house)
Blairsden is a historic 62,000 square foot, 38-room mansion located in Peapack-Gladstone, New Jersey. Set high on a hilltop overlooking Ravine Lake, the
May 17th 2017

Charles Cary Rumsey
Charles Cary Rumsey (August-29August 29, 1879 – September 21, 1922) was an American sculptor and an eight-goal polo player. Charles Rumsey was born on August
Feb 5th 2017

Beatnik (Buggles song)
"Beatnik" is a synthpop song by the British synthpop group The Buggles released in 1982 as the album's fifth single from their second and final album Adventures
Mar 28th 2017

Siege of Porto Ferrajo
The Siege of Porto Ferrajo was a French attempt to force the surrender of the Tuscan fortress town of Porto Ferrajo (now Portoferraio) on the island of
Dec 24th 2016

The Night of the Headless Horseman
The Night of the Headless Horseman is a computer animated one-hour TV special that aired on Fox on October 28, 1999. As the title suggests, it was a retelling
Apr 8th 2017

Incredible Kidda Band
The Incredible Kidda Band (aka The Kidda Band) were a British power pop band formed in Nuneaton on 10 February 1976, and composed of Alan Hammonds (guitar/Vocals)
Nov 9th 2016

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