1st Dutch public telegram
Minister of Public Works, Posts and Telegraphs (France)
The Minister of Public Works, Posts and Telegraphs (French: Ministre des Travaux publics, des Postes et des Télégraphes) in the French cabinet was responsible from 25 October 1906 to 22 March 1913 for a combined portfolio formerly divided between the Minister of Public Works and the Minister of Posts, Telegraphs, and Telephones. On 22 March 1913 in the cabinet of Louis Barthou responsibility was divided between the Minister of Public Works and the Minister of Commerce, Industry, Posts, and Telegraphs.
St. Nicholas Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church
St. Nicholas Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church was a Reformed Protestant Dutch church in Midtown Manhattan, New York City that at the time of its demolition in 1949 was the oldest congregation in Manhattan. The church was located on the northwest corner of Fifth Avenue and 48th Street near Rockefeller Center. The church was built in 1872 to Gothic Revival designs in brownstone by architect W. Wheeler Smith and "distinguished by an elegantly tapered spire that, according to John A. Bradley in the New York Times , 'many declare…the most beautiful in this country.'" The congregation dated back to 1628.
Carnegie Public Library (Tyler, Texas)
The Smith County Historical Society, housed in the Carnegie Library, is located at 125 S. College Street in the city of Tyler, Smith County, Texas, U.S. It was built in 1904 as the Carnegie Public Library, and added to the National Register of Historic Places listings in Smith County, Texas in 1979. When Tyler built a new public library, the Carnegie building was leased to the Smith County Historical Society and continues to operate as a museum and archives.