- Grand Fir. Bowering, George // Canadian Literature;Sep/Dec2001, Issue 170/171, p17
Presents the poem 'Grand Fir.'
- In fir tar is. // Little Mother Goose;1/1/1912, p140
The poem "In Fir Tar Is" is presented. First Line: IN fir tar is. Last Line: Mare eat oats.
- Lauretta Graetz 1936-2011. // Choral Journal;Aug2011, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p59
An obituary for choral director Lauretta Graetz in the U.S. is presented.
- Education. BLAKELY, PAUL L. // America;10/21/1933, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p61
The article presents an obituary for Sister Lauretta of the Sisters of Charity of Kentucky.
- Hieroglyphics under the Fir Trees. Grabill, James // Willow Springs;Summer/Fall2004, Issue 54, p52
Presents the poem "Hieroglyphics Under the Fir Trees," by James Grabill.
- Learn the Names of Things. Himeles, Darla // Horticulture;Aug/Sep2009, Vol. 106 Issue 6, p15
The article presents the poem "Learn the Names of Things," by Darla Himeles. Firs
- TO THE FIR-TREE. Schauffler, Robert Haven // Christmas: A Story (Dodd, Mead & Company);1/1/1912, p62
The poem "To the Fir-Tree" is presented. First Line: O Fir-tree green! O Fir-tree green! Last Line: I still shall love you dearly.
- Vladimir Idelevich Perel. Dyakonov, Mikhail; Efros, Alexei; Merkulov, Igor; Shklovskii, Boris // Physics Today;Jul2008, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p65
An obituary is presented for condensed-matter theorist Vladimir Idelevich Perel.
- Making the most of 2 billion heartbeats. // Executive Leadership;Jan2010, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p6
The article presents a discussion of Lauretta Hannon's optimistic and pessimistic insights while venturing the right job adapted from her book "The Cracker Queen," by Lauretta Hannon.