"hall of fame"
Bill.Mullins at US.ARMY.MIL
Mon Aug 1 23:38:56 UTC 2005
>No one reads my website?
Okay, here's some that predate your website. Feel free to use them
ST. PAUL AT ATHENS.
Baltimore Phoenix and Budget (1841-1842); Jan 1842; 1, 10; pg. 394
"Unaw'd in Athen's halls of fame,
His glorious accents rung;
The temple trembled at the name
Of Jesus from his tongue."
Author: G.P. Putnam & Co.
Title: Putnam's home cyclopedia ...
Publication date: 1852-1853. p. 525 col 2.
"In a meadow to the W. is the colossal bronze statue of Bavaria, by
Schwanthaler, 84 ft. high. Near it is the "Hall of Fame." " [in entry
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