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Thomas Hart Benton was an American painter and muralist. Along with Grant Wood and John Steuart Curry, he was at the forefront of the Regionalist art movement. The fluid, sculpted figures in his paintings showed everyday people in scenes of life in the United States. His work is strongly associated with the Midwestern United States, the region in which he was born and which he called home for most of his life. He also studied in Paris, lived in New York City for more than 20 years and painted scores of works there, summered for 50 years on Martha's Vineyard off the New England coast, and also painted scenes of the American South and West.
The Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library and resting place of Harry S. Truman, the 33rd President of the United States (1945–1953), located on U.S. Highway 24 in Independence, Missouri. It was the first presidential library to be created under the provisions of the 1955 Presidential Libraries Act, and is one of thirteen presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
Thomas, Tom or Tommy Hill may refer to:
Mongoose refers to two types of carnivorous mammals.
Tom Edward Hammonds is a retired American professional basketball player and National Hot Rod Association drag racer. He was born in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, and attended Crestview High School in Crestview, Florida.
The University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) is a private, open admissions university in Lima, Ohio, founded in 1920. As of 2020, the school has an enrollment of approximately 4,500 students on a 210-acre (85 ha) campus. The university, accredited by the Ohio Department of Education and the Higher Learning Commission, offers master's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and associate degrees in over 50 programs. The school colors are burgundy and gray and the athletic teams, known as the Racers, compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) as members of the Wolverine–Hoosier Athletic Conference.
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The Lake Michigan Admirals are a team of the Premier Basketball League that began play in the 2009-10 season as a member of the American Basketball Association. The Admirals are the second ABA team based in Berrien County, Michigan, after the Benton Harbor-based Twin City Ballers folded after their only season of 2006-07. The Admirals will play 15 home games, 10 in Lake Michigan Catholic High School in Saint Joseph, Michigan and 5 at Benton Harbor High School in Benton Harbor, Michigan.
Thomas Lee Hoover Jr. is an American former professional basketball player.
The Thomas Benton Hoover House is a historic house located in Fossil, Oregon, United States. The house is constructed in two stories with clapboarded outer walls. It was built in 1882 by Thomas Benton Hoover, an early Euro-American settler and prominent Fossil citizen. Hoover was Fossil's first merchant, mayor, justice of the peace, and postmaster, as well as an early county commissioner and director of schools. He named Fossil for a paleontological find on his property in 1876.
Curt Smith is an English musician and member of Tears for Fears.
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Hammonds is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
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Tom Hoover is a pioneering American gasser drag racer.