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  • Though more guests arrived to enjoy a pretty electrifying performance by the Belgian alternative rock band Soulwax, something Eli Broad's wife Edyth even seemed to appreciate, they eventually all ended up in the same place: at the beach behind Soho House where Louis Vuitton, Wendi Murdoch and Dasha Zhukova were hosting a party for the website Art.sy.

    At Art Basel, Sensory and Social Overload

  • On his recent trip to Los Angeles, he and talented singer and musician KamyR collaborated on a three-day theatrical and musical engagement titled Zohreh & Manouchehr at The Eli and Edyth Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center.

    Angella Nazarian: The Art of Seduction: Through the Eyes of an Artist -- Shahrokh Moshkin Ghalam

  • Anyway, while in the Twin Cities, I was employed as an artist by Minneapolis Honeywell, AND I acted in numerous theatrical productions in several venues: The Edyth Bush Theater, White Bear Players, The Old Log Theater; and about that time, 1963, the Tyrone Guthrie Theater was built.

    Is there ART in YOUR heART? Tell me about it.

  • Mary Edyth, that's Edyth is the way they spelled it and called it Edyth [like the male name Ed-ith].

    Oral History Interview with Elva Templeton, January 24, 1976. Interview K-0188. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Mrs. Jesse Tyson (nee Edyth Johns), Aug. 4, 1910; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; author, An Adventure in Alaska During the Gold Excitement of 1897-98, and many other short articles; corp. independent bat.,

    Alumni History of the University of North Carolina

  • "Edith used to walke out of Oxford Castelle with her gentlewomen to solace, and that oftentymes where yn a certen place in a tree, as often as she cam, a certain pyes used to gather to it, and ther to chattre, and as it were to spek on to her, Edyth much mervelyng at this matter, and was sumtyme sore ferid by it as by a wonder."

    Stray Studies from England and Italy

  • It could do so, Hutchinson notes, because Archie and Edyth Bush provided almost no restrictions on how the proceeds of their founding gift ought to be spent.

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  • •Founded in 1953 by 3M executive Archibald Bush and his wife, Edyth.

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  • Lindner's three sons, by second wife Edyth Bailey, all followed him into the family business.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Lindner had three sons with his second wife, Edyth Bailey: Carl H. Lindner III, 58, president of Great American Insurance Co.

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