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What the passive-agressive note fails to mention is that people leave all their garbage on the floor right in front of not one but two dumpsters. Also by ‘tenants’ the author meant ‘me’ because nobody I’ve talked to was a part of it.

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Image from page 380 of “Highland Echo 1915-1925” (1915)
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Identifier: Highland_Echo_1915-1925
Title: Highland Echo 1915-1925
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Maryville College student body
Subjects: Maryville College
Publisher: Maryville, TN : Maryville College
Contributing Library: Maryville College
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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t andsupport the first girls varsitygt<me of the season. FORENSIC LEAGUE WILL RESUMEWORK EARLY IN WINTER TERM PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT FOR A STRONG TEAM WITHOLD MEN BACK AND PROMISING NEW MATERIAL.THE GIRLS ARE URGED TO JOIN THE LEAGUE. S. A. T. C. BANQUET Give me the fags, give me theeats, and leave the rest to me. So say the 70 men and officers ofthe unit who will break their war-time Hooverizing Tuesday night byindulging in a farewell banquet atPearsons Hall at 7 oclock. Speeches by Lieutenants Reel, LaBelle, and Reilly, and Dr. Wilsonwill feature the entertainmentprogram for the evening. Themenu a la militarie composedunder the supervision of Lieut. LaBelle and prepared per the skill-ful direction of Misses Darby andCoulter reads as follows: Turkey front with right dressingBall cartridge cranberriesPotatoes au gratin on guard Peas a la take distanceHot tea rolls callRamrod pickles Small of the stock celerjIce cream, prepare for inspection Cosmoline cakeGround arms coffeeAlign-mints

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WHAT MATTERS The following poem appeared inthe Stars and Stripes, the Ameri-can Expeditionary Force newspap-er, on September 27, 1918. Lieu-tenant Milton L. Harper, a formerstudent of the College, marked thepoem and sent it to his mother. Itwas the last message home that hesent before his heroic death onthe battlefield. The poem is entitl-ed What Matters. •How happy I shall be, 0 mother mine.If only, after our hard fight is won.My part, though small, shall license you to speakWith pride of him who is your son. It matters not if I am not at yourside To comfort you and ease yourripening years. For though you grieve the loss ofhim you loved. Pride, then, will quickly van-quish sorrows tears. It matters only, if midst shrapnelsscream. And bullets, gas, and ravagesof Hun, That I whom you have reared withtender love. Shall live or die .as you wouldhave your son. MISS WICKS HONOREE ATMISCELLANEOUS SHOWER The following extract from theBirmingham Ledger will be of in-terest to many undergrad

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Tenants on rent strike over filthy and hazardous conditions in three buildings in the largely Latino Sunset Park section of Brooklyn held a press conference on June 3 to denounce the slow progress of repairs by mortgage holder SERYL corporation. After ignoring tenants for years, city housing officials and local politicians turned out in force to support tenants demands. (Its an election year!) Occupy Wall Street’s Sunset Park chapter has helped turn the rent strike into a citywide issue.

Men listening to speaker at an outdoor STFU meeting
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Title: Men listening to speaker at an outdoor STFU meeting

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f26mc800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

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Image from page 388 of “The story of American heroism; thrilling narratives of personal adventures during the great Civil war, as told by the medal winners and roll of honor men” (1897)
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Title: The story of American heroism; thrilling narratives of personal adventures during the great Civil war, as told by the medal winners and roll of honor men
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Wallace, Lew, 1827-1905
Subjects: United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives
Publisher: Springfield, O., J.W. Jones
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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Depending the Outposts. AMKKHAN HEROISM. 373 from Congress for gallantry in act inn at Newport Barracks, N. C, Febru-ary 2, 1864. On that day the Union troops, comprising some seven hundred and liltxmen, with one piece of artillery, were attacked by the Confederate GeneralMartin with about five thousand infantry, accompanied by fourteen piecesnl artillery and four hundred cavalry, which had outflanked our small forcefrom the commencement of the engagement. The left of the Union line lajnear the river, while the right was in the woods and was commanded by 1st Lieu- tenant T. S. Peck. I !om-anteers. The line wasby the enemy, and madefore reaching the New-there were two bridges,the other called theabout a quarter of aThe Gonfederateswas ha rely time to tireturpentine and tar.men. was ordered towas told that he wouldof the river, neartwo companies ofplenty of turpen-his use as soon ashut the bridgeat all hazards andvented fromwas well knownentire command

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pany II. 9th Vermont Vol- continually pressed back eleven different stands be- port River, over which one a railroad bridge, and county bridge. located mile above the former. pressed so closely that there the railroad bridge with Lieutenant Peck, with his fire the county bridge, and the opposite side the bridge-head, cavalry, with tine and tar for he had crossed, must be burned the enemy pre- crossing, for it throughout the that their salva- Gener.u, Theodore S. Peck. tion depended upon the burning of both these bridges; if either was leftundestroyed and the enemy permitted to cross, the chances were that whatwas left of the Union forces would be captured. Lieutenant Peck had made a desperate fight all the afternoon, and hadbeen the farthest out toward the enemy the entire time, holding them incheck until they had broken through the line on his left. At this time theUnion troops had mostly crossed the railroad and county bridges, and wererapidly falling back down the county road towar

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Image from page 371 of “Opdycke tigers, 125th O. V. I., a history of the regiment and of the campaigns and battles of the Army of the Cumberland” (1895)
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Title: Opdycke tigers, 125th O. V. I., a history of the regiment and of the campaigns and battles of the Army of the Cumberland
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Clark, Charles T., 1845-
Subjects: United States. Army. Ohio Infantry Regiment, 125th (1862-1865) United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Regimental histories United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Regimental histories Army of the Cumberland
Publisher: Columbus, O., Spahr & Glenn
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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account given in the history of the regimentby Lieutenant Ncwlin, we are unable to determine whetlier its flag was to the right orleft of the 36th Illinois. It seems that ()pdycke,who went forward on the[like, did not at once observethat there weie two lines ofbreastworks. General Cox-ays, in his report, that•• Opdycke, not being per-sonally acquainted with thelines, was not aware forsome time that he had notreached the first line in(olonel StricklaiuFs front,wlien the outbuildings at(arter s house preventedthe line from being dis-tinctly seen from the turn-; -■■ • ■ ^ *• pike even if the smoke had not foimed so dark a covering. The enemy held the outer line in force, su[)ported bya second line a few yards in rear, the doubled lines enablingboth sides to maintain a terrific musketry fire, the frontranks firing while those in rear loaded the pieces. Therapidity of the firing exhausted our cartridge boxes in a fewminutes, but anticipating that result, the soldiers shouted.

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BATTLE OF FRANKLIN. 341 more cartridges. On the right of the 12.3th, Lieut. D. K.Blystone instituted a searcli, and on the left, Lieut. R. C.Rice sent Sergeant French, of C, to tind an ordnance wagon.The latter started at once, running through Carters yard.At that moment Opdycke was crossing the pike, and seeinga man apparently fleeing from the line, intercepted French,and with his revolver, now empty, held as a club, was about tostrike him, failing to recognize in the powder blackenedsoldier before him, one of his very best seigeants. Lieu-tenant Rice noticed ()[tdyckes movement, and running u)said, This is Sergeant French : heis going for cartridges. The car-tridges were easily found, as ord-nance officers were already hurryingthe wagons up to convenient [tointsin rear of the lines. With a line fcuirto six men deep and plenty of am-munition it was thereafter a hopelessfight for the enemy, but their posses-sion of a section of the outer lineof the works seems to have misledthem and e

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On the right are my father and aunt, Allen and Ethel M. Searls. On the left are friends and tenants of Ethel and her mom, Ethel F, who owned the multi-family house on Hoyt Avenue in Fort Lee, close by the George Washington Bridge, which Pop helped Build, and which is barely visible in the background. I remember Mrs. Kramsky, but not Mr. Kramsky. I’m guessing at the date.

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Although Friedensreich Hundertwasser first achieved notoriety for his boldly-coloured paintings, he is more widely known for his individual architectural designs. These designs use irregular forms, and incorporate natural features of the landscape. In architectural projects he implemented window right and tree tenants, uneven floors, woods on the roof, and spontaneous vegetation.

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Two young Black girls pick cotton into their sacks
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Title: Two young Black girls pick cotton into their sacks

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f28sc800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

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Copyright: The copyright status of this image is unknown. It may also be subject to third party rights of privacy or publicity. Images are being made available for purposes of private study, scholarship, and research. The Kheel Center would like to learn more about this image and hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified so that we may make the necessary corrections.

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Management Rights

If you are considering buying management rights, it is important to know the duties that you are expected to carry out as a manager. The duties of a manager are caretaking and letting.

The main role of the management rights managers is to take care of the complex. Your duty will be to take maintain the common areas of the complex. Common area’s include the properties footpaths, driveways, carparks, gardens, swimming pools but also the lighting of these areas. A body corporate will come up with a schedule to let you know how many times you are expected to carry out these duties. The tasks can be carried out daily, weekly and monthly. The body corporate might also assign other duties to the manager. Before you sign the contract make sure you understand what is required.

The second major role as a manager, is to let the units in the complex. This means that you may have to advertise the lots that are available and interview potential tenants to determine their suitability. You will sign an agreement that requires you to collect and then account for the rent. Managers are also expected to run an office with a reception area to cater for owners and tenants during specified business hours.

Managers usually negotiate terms and agreements with the unit owners. During the appointment, you will determine the services you will offer the owners and the charges. You can also get income from maintaining, servicing and cleaning different lots within the complex.

Complexes usually have by-laws and managers are supposed to ensure they are followed. The by-laws are designed to ensure that the owners and tenants co-exist peacefully. A manager is also expected to ensure that a complex is secure. This does not mean that managers offer security professionally. As a manager in a complex, you are expected to hire an appropriate security company to ensure that the individuals and properties remain safe.

There are many benefits to choosing RESORT SALES to handle your management rights, tourism and accommodation property investment needs.

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