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LOUIS HEADS THRONG AT BLACKBURN RITES; 10,300 Attend Trainer's Funeral -- Joe's Flowers Cover Casket

1942-04-30T05:00:00+0000

Blackburn, Jack


Woodie Flowers, Who Made Science a Competitive Sport, Dies at 75

2019-10-24T21:24:34+0000

His hands-on methods of teaching mechanical engineering at M.I.T. made him a star on campus (and on PBS) and led to student contests on a global scale.


Woman Gets Final Birthday Flowers From Her Father, Years After His Death

2017-11-27T22:55:37+0000

Michael Sellers set up flower deliveries for his daughter each year until she turned 21. She got her last delivery, with an emotional note attached.


Tallying the Toll of a Staten Island Drug Wave in Flowers for Funerals

2016-10-09T16:07:22+0000

A surge in overdoses in one New York City borough has given florists and undertakers there a close view of the damage heroin can do.


1,000,000 ATTEND MACIA'S FUNERAL; Flowers Fill 120 Automobiles at Burial of President of Catalan State.

1933-12-28T05:00:00+0000

funeral; Alcala Zamora attends


Richmond Flowers, 88, dies; challenged U.S. segregation and Ku Klux Klan

2007-08-12T05:00:00+0000

Richmond Flowers, who as the Alabama attorney general in the early 1960s drew national attention when he challenged the segregationist policies of Governor George Wallace and prosecuted Ku Klux Klansmen in the killings of civil rights workers, died Thursday at his home in Dothan, Alabama. He was 88.


Richmond Flowers Is Dead at 88; Challenged Segregation and Klan

2007-08-11T04:00:00+0000

As the Alabama attorney general in the early 1960s, Mr. Flowers drew national attention when he challenged the segregationist policies of Gov. George C. Wallace.


LOUIS HEADS THRONG AT BLACKBURN RITES; 10,300 Attend Trainer's Funeral -- Joe's Flowers Cover Casket

1942-04-30T05:00:00+0000

Blackburn, Jack


Woodie Flowers, Who Made Science a Competitive Sport, Dies at 75

2019-10-24T21:24:34+0000

His hands-on methods of teaching mechanical engineering at M.I.T. made him a star on campus (and on PBS) and led to student contests on a global scale.


Woman Gets Final Birthday Flowers From Her Father, Years After His Death

2017-11-27T22:55:37+0000

Michael Sellers set up flower deliveries for his daughter each year until she turned 21. She got her last delivery, with an emotional note attached.



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