Avoiding deforestation and stopping industrial logging will allow Indigenous peoples to live and will secure our future," said Adolphine
Muley, of the Union pour l'Emancipation de la Femme Autochtone in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Its decorative extravagance drew our eye to it and on examining closely the name on the base, it was clear to see it was a piece by one Charlotte Antoinette Adolphine
Weft was born in Paris on February 3, 1909, the second child and only daughter of Bernard and Selma Weil.
Four years later, however, Adolphine
Kok (married name van den Hoek-Kok) did attempt to join the bar in Rotterdam and had the unique experience of being accepted without government interference.
The sellers were: Mary Catherine Drennan, Leonard Drennan, Mary Yatsevitch, Margaret Yatsevitch, Stephanie Yatsevitch, Michael Yatsevitch, McGregor Yatsevitch, Susan Terry Borne, Elizabeth Terry Foti, Joseph Terry, Tonya Terry Smith, William Terry, Joan Terry Oliver and the Adolphine