Wald

Wald is the German word for forest.

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Buch Am Wald
... Buch am Wald is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany ... Arberg Aurach Bechhofen Bruckberg Buch am Wald Burgoberbach Burk Colmberg Dentlein Diebach Dietenhofen Dinkelsbühl Dombühl Dürrwangen Ehingen ...
Carol Wald
... Wald (January 21, 1935 – September 8, 2000) was an American artist who was also widely known for her talents as an illustrator ... Carol Wald was born in Detroit, Michigan, where she began studying art at age twelve ... a long-distance love affair, with Tauchert in Detroit and Wald in New York ...
Florence Wald - Personal
... She first met her future husband Henry Wald while she was serving as a research technician with the United States Army Signal Corps during World War II ... Henry Wald was a participant in a study she was conducting, and shortly thereafter proposed that they marry, an offer that she declined ... In 1958, Henry Wald read a newspaper announcement that she had been appointed Dean of the Yale School of Nursing ...
Wald, Upper Palatinate
... Wald is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany ... Blaibach Cham Chamerau Eschlkam Falkenstein Furth im Wald Gleißenberg Grafenwiesen Hohenwarth Lam Lohberg Michelsneukirchen Miltach Neukirchen Pemfling Pösing Reichenbach am Regen Rettenbach Rimbach Roding Rötz ...
Lillian Wald - Community Outreach
... Not content to improve people's lives just through nursing, Wald also taught women how to cook and sew, provided recreational activities for families, and got involved in ... In 1910, Wald and several colleagues went on a six-month tour of Hawaii, Japan, China, and Russia, a trip that increased her involvement in worldwide humanitarian issues ... In 1915, Wald founded the Henry Street Neighborhood Playhouse to serve as a cultural center ...

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    We are the products of editing, rather than of authorship.
    —George Wald (b. 1906)