Koenig

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Museum Koenig - History
... The museum was founded by the private scholar Alexander Koenig (1858-1940) as a private institute for zoological research and public education ... Alexander Koenig, who was born in 1858 as the son of the wealthy merchant Leopold Koenig, began to collect birds and mammals as a boy ... After his father died in 1903, Alexander Koenig planned a natural history museum to present his private collection to the public ...
Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa - Background
... In 2005, Vampire Weekend vocalist Ezra Koenig travelled through London en route to India and said that the trip got him "thinking a lot about colonialism and the aesthetic connections between preppy culture ... Koenig told The Daily Mail "The beats make this one of our most African sounding songs, but I think it also sounds Irish ...
Mark Koenig - Personal Life
... Koenig was born on July 19, 1904 in San Francisco, California ... His father, Charles Koenig, and paternal grandfather William were both bricklayers, with the latter having immigrated from Germany to the United States ... Koenig had two brothers and a sister, and, during his childhood, he first met and played baseball with fellow San Franciscan and future teammate Tony Lazzeri ...
Mark Koenig
... Mark Anthony Koenig (July 19, 1904 – April 22, 1993) was an American baseball shortstop who played twelve seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) ... Although he primarily played as a shortstop, Koenig was utilized at second base and third base as well ... Koenig played minor league baseball for four different teams until May 1925, when he signed for the New York Yankees ...
Astronomy: Observations And Theories
... The series was directed by Peter Berkow, co-produced by Peter Berkow and Kris Koenig, with Laurie Melby and Dan Jones serving as Executive Producers and Steve Chollet as associate producer ... Cinematographers include Anita Berkow and Kris Koenig ... Coykendall, and series writing credits go to Kris Koenig ...