• Ward Morehouse

    Ward Morehouse (November 24, 1895 – December 7, 1966) was an American theater critic, newspaper columnist, playwright, and author.

  • Ward Morehouse, activist

  • Ward Morehouse III

    Ward Morehouse III (August 11, 1945 - May 21, 2019) was an American author, playwright and newspaperman. He was known particularly for his books on the grand hotels of New York City and London.

  • Ward Morehouse (activist)

    Ward Morehouse (1929 – June 30, 2012) was a committed Bhopal and anti-corporate activist.

  • Montgomery Ward Warehouse and Retail Store

    Montgomery Ward Warehouse and Retail Store

    Montgomery Ward Warehouse and Retail Store is a historic warehouse and retail building located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is a mammoth 8-story (plus penthouse) concrete structure and is roughly shaped like a squared-off number "4." The front features a penthouse tower at the main entrance bay with a balcony and capped by a flagpole. The building houses over 1,200,000 square feet (110,000 m2) of floor space flooded by light from approximately 1,000 large multi-paned, steel frame windows. It was built about 1925 as a mail order and retail warehouse for Montgomery Ward adjacent to the railroad switch track and was one of nine large warehouses built by them in the United States.

  • Ward

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  • Sela Ward

    Sela Ward

    Her childhood was nothing short of ordinary for a beautiful girl growing up in the South. While a student at the University of Alabama, where Sela Ward studied art and advertising, Sela was additionally a cheerleader for the football team, a sorority sister, and was elected homecoming queen. With her Bachelor of Fine Arts, Sela Ward headed to New York to pursue a career in advertising, but after the striking, statuesque brunette was encouraged to become a model, she decided to try her hand at modeling. Now on the additional side of the advertising spectrum as a Wilhelmina Model, Sela appeared in television commercials, for products such as Pepsi and Maybelline. After gaining experience in more than 20 commercials, Sela dropped advertising and moved to Los Angeles to become an actress -- and lengthen her screen time.

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