Yesterday was Public Domain Day

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In the life+70 universe, today marks the entry into the public domain of published works of sole or last-surviving authorship by British statistician Karl Pearson; German historian and polymath Oswald Spengler; British anthropologist Joseph Daniel Unwin; British surgeon and medical professor Sir Berkeley Moynihan; Australian novelist and war correspondent Alfred Arthur Greenwood Hales; American writer and novelist George Allan England; American author Edward Hagaman Hall; British historian Charles Sanford Terry; Alaska governor Scott C. Bone; American publisher William Webster Ellsworth; British historian Sir Richard Lodge; English poet and humorist Harry Graham; English writer and poet Edmond Gore Alexander Holmes; French historian and journalist Jacques Bainville; Scottish-Canadian journalist and archivist Alexander Fraser; French poet and historian Pierre de Nolhac; Russian composer Aleksandr Glazunov; Canadian poet Ruth Collie (pseud. “Wilhelmina Stitch”); American evangelist William Haven Daniels; American anthropologist Thomas Talbot Waterman; American writer Marie Van Vorst; German geophysicist and engineer Conrad Schlumberger; Canadian historian and archivist Arthur George Doughty; American legal scholar Thomas Adkins Street; British botanist Margaret Jane Benson; British author and popular historian Louise Creighton; Newfoundland Governor David Murray Anderson; Spanish author Joaquín Abati y Díaz; Austrian-Swedish physician Robert Bárány; American Vice-President Charles Curtis; Canadian journalist and historian Arthur Hugh Urquhart Colquhoun; American writer Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews; Canadian theologian George Coulson Workman; Scottish journalist and author Donald Alexander Mackenzie; German Egyptologist Alfred Wiedemann; Irish writer Justin Huntly Mccarthy; Scottish Physiologist John Scott Haldane; American writer Elizabeth Robins Pennell; spiritualist author Violet (Nee)Chambers Tweedale; British ghost story writer M. R. James; Icelandic electrical engineer Frímann Bjarnason Arngrímsson; American historian Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer; Australian journalist and politician George Mure Black; Italian composer Ottorino Respighi; British author John Collis Snaith; Canadian fisheries biologist Edward Ernest Prince; Canadian professor Edmund Kemper Broadus; Canadian legal scholar and politician John Augustus Barron; Canadian historian and antiquarian Gerald Ephraim Hart; French writer Juliette Adam; American novelist and women’s rights campaigner Mary Johnston; French economic historian Henri Eugène Sée; French historian Marc de Villiers du Terrage; American historian James Harvey Robinson; German philosopher Moritz Schlick; British author Lilian Julian Webb (pseud. “Cynthia Stockley”); New Zealand poet and journalist Arthur Henry Adams; Field Marshal Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby; English author G. K. Chesterton; American detective novelist Arthur B. Reeve; English scholar and poet A.E. Housman; pioneering American “muckraker” journalist Lincoln Steffens; British surgeon Sir Charles Alfred Ballance; Spanish dramatist and novelist Ramón del Valle-Inclán; British military officer Edmund Henry Hynman, Viscount Allenby; American legal scholar and politician James Montgomery Beck; British author Rudyard Kipling; American diplomat Charles Hitchcock Sherrill; Russian author Maxim Gorky; Prince Edward Island Premier Walter Maxfield Lea; British novelist and playwright Emily Morse Symonds; British novelist and suffragette Beatrice Harraden; Canadian historian Charles Napier Bell; Spanish poet and dramatist Federico García Lorca; Irish physicist Alexander Anderson; American politician and author William Hope Harvey; Victoria state Premier John Allan; German-born mathematician Stefan Cohn-Vossen; French musicologist and composer Julien Tiersot; Russian medical scientist Ivan Pavlov; French poet and critic Gustave Kahn; British writer Effie (Adelaide) Maria Albanesi; Spanish author and philosopher Miguel de Unamuno; Dutch poet and novelist Jan Jacob Slauerhoff; Italian novelist and dramatist Luigi Pirandello; Scottish author and nationalist politician R.B. Cunninghame Graham; British economist and journalist Harold Cox; Indian author Dhan Gopal Mukerji; “Father of Indian Co-operation” Sir Frederick Augustus Nicholson; Canadian historian and author Agnes Christina Laut; Joseph Conrad’s wife Jessie Conrad; Norwegian-American author and diplomat Rasmus B. Anderson; French poet and novelist Henri de Régnier; and Canadian historian and editor Thomas Guthrie Marquis; among many others.

And Karl Kraus, see http://log.netbib.de


OpenEdition schlägt Ihnen vor, diesen Beitrag wie folgt zu zitieren:
Klaus Graf (2. Januar 2007). Yesterday was Public Domain Day. Archivalia. Abgerufen am 20. Juli 2024 von https://doi.org/10.58079/c0jy


Autor: Klaus Graf

Historiker und Archivar, Blogger

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