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In 1933, I was appointed an Assistant Keeper in the Department of Entomology British Museum (Natural History) where I specialised in Hymenoptera. πŸ™…

In 1989, I was awarded the Hugo Dalmar Award from the USPA. 🐒

In 1999, I was elected president of the state bar – the first African-American to hold that post. 🚘

In 2011, I played in 10 games, recording 14 tackles, one interception and three pass breakups. πŸ”…

In 2009, I lost the finals of The Amateur Championship at Formby Golf Club to Matteo Manassero, the youngest winner ever. 🚯

In 1952, I won a Freedoms Foundation Award for "humanity in journalism" for my article "City Girl", which profiled an African-American girl living in Chicago. πŸ™ˆ

In 2007, I was awarded the Haskins Medal from the Medieval Academy of America, for my book Enrico Dandolo and the Rise of Venice, also a "Book of the Month" selection by the BBC History magazine. 🏧

In 1906, I gave a recitation as the grand finale of a program presented by Miss Cora B. Shreve's pupils in Washington, D.C. 🐠

In 2013, I started a partnership with Smartions to distribute my games in China. 😼

In 1998, I was named Commissioner of the O.P. πŸ—³

In 2001, I worked as an associate at the law firm of Keker & Van Nest, LLP. πŸ”΅

In 1992, I was the Deputy Chief of Staff for RenΓ© Teulade, who was minister of Social Affairs and Integration for the government of Pierre BΓ©rΓ©govoy. πŸ’•

In 1960, I became president and owner of a public relations firm. 😦

In 1995, I retired, but continues to work as a freelancer for the observatory. πŸ›³

In 2019, I self-published a fantasy novel, Blood Pearl. 🌴

In 2000, I became a professor at the Music Conservatory in Mannheim and has given master classes internationally. πŸ›©

In 1938, I joined Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford, to study Classics. 🎁

In 1876, I appeared in Paris with an orchestra directed by Jules Pasdeloup. πŸ‘’

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