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    1. Frederick P. Rose - Wikipedia

      Frederick Phineas Rose (1923–1999) was an American real estate developer, philanthropist, and member of the Rose family. Rose was born in Brooklyn to a Jewish family, one of three sons of Belle and Samuel B. Rose. He was raised in Mount Vernon, New York.

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    2. sandra priest rose wikipedia - Информационно-поисковая База Zhetysu-gov.kz

      • Frederick P. Rose - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. en.m.wikipedia.org. The Center's complete name is The Frederick Phineas and Sandra Priest Rose Center for Earth and Space.

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    3. Jonathan F.P. Rose - Wikipedia

      Jonathan F.P. Rose (born 1952) is an American real estate developer, urban developer, author and member of the Rose family. He is best known as a developer of affordable, environmentally responsible communities. Rose is also the founder of Gramavision Records, a jazz and new music label.

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    4. File:Rose Center for Earth and Space by Frederick Phineas and Sandra Priest, New York, 04003a.jpg - Wikipedia

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    5. library.um.ac.id/free-contents/savedocpub.php/wi.doc

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    6. Sandra Priest Rose – Ballard Durand

      • Sandra Priest Rose. Born in Providence, RI on January 27, 1929.
      • She adored her children: Deborah (Jan Stolwijk), Jonathan F.P. Rose (Diana Rose), Samuel Priest Rose, who died in 1994, and Adam R. Rose (Peter McQuillan).

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    7. SANDRA ROSE Obituary - New York, NY | New York Times

      • The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art mourns the passing of Sandra Priest Rose, former Trustee from 2004 to 2009 and, with her late husband, Frederick P. Rose, generous benefactor to the school.

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    8. SANDRA Priest ROSE

      • ROSE--Sandra Priest. The congregation of Westchester Reform Temple mourns the death of a devoted member from its founding generation and extends sympathy to her bereaved family. Marcy R. Harris, President Jonathan E. Blake, Rabbi Jill Abramson, Cantor.

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    9. SANDRA ROSE Obituary - New York, NY | New York Times

      • The JCC Manhattan community is saddened by the death of Sandra Priest Rose. A longtime friend of the JCC, Sandy was a generous supporter of our literacy program, about which she was passionate.

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    10. The three Rs – reading, ’riting and Sandra Priest Rose | WAG MAGAZINE

      “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” Shakespeare has his passionate Juliet observe to ignite her Romeo. Still, there’s plenty in the name Rose, particularly if you’re talking about the family of builders, philanthropists, educators, writers and musicians.

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