Designed by Melbourne architects Oakley and Parkes, prime minister Stanley Melbourne Bruce and his wife Ethel Bruce first moved into the colonial revival style home in May 1927. Originally known as the Prime Minister Cottage, the heritage listed property was built by James Taylor, of Sydney, at a cost of 28,000. Cabinet required the interior decoration and furniture, designed by Ruth Lane Poole, used quality Australian materials and the “best British manufacturers”.

A former NYPD captain, Adams, with more than a half dozen other African American educators, businessmen and attorneys, gathered Sunday in front of the Seventh Avenue entrance to Penn Station, in the shadow of Madison Square Garden. In the chill and rain they denounced Oakley’s treatment, called for the charges against him to be dropped and the ban lifted. Adams said he was in contact with Dolan and his team to set the Monday morning meeting.

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The New Jersey Hall of Fame is part of that.”John Basilone (1916 1945) Once called a “one man army” by Gen. Douglas MacArthur, United States Marine Gunnery Sgt. John Basilone was the only enlisted marine during World War II to to receive the Medal of Honor, Navy Cross and Purple Heart.

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