In 1910, President William Taft
set aside this land to commemorate events that marked a significant turn in Sitka's history.
, president from 1909-1913, weighed over 300 pounds and had a larger tub installed, one that he could fit into.
On February 10 2003, he spoke to top US legal advisers William Taft
and John Bellinger, Mr Bush's lawyer Judge Alberto Gonzales and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice.
Washington exercised it in Latin America and East Asia in the early 20th century during the term of President William Taft
in the form of guaranteed monetary loans to poor countries to secure their entry into the American orbit.
, who was president from 1909-1913, owned a Baker Electric.
got stuck in the bath on his Inauguration Day, as he was obese, and had to be levered out.
Yes, this has been a long time coming for Denver since the last Democratic National Convention in 1908, when William Bryan ran against William Taft
, but this could not have come at a better time for the metro-area real estate market.