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Painting of trunks and stems of black bamboo.Sold

"There are only three colors, ten digits, and seven notes; it's what we do with them that's important."

- Ruth Ross

Flying Officer (Air Bomber) ROSS, COLIN PATRICK

Service Number 132098

Died 03/11/1943

Aged 26

49 Sqdn.

Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Son of William Patrick and Mabel Ruth Ross, of St. Patrick's, Grenada, British West Indies.


Unusual to state where he was from on the headstone.


Inscription - "He dedicated his life to the freedom of all mankind Rest in Peace"

Mr. & Mrs. Bazzinni's

Tel. JUdson 6-9736

The Grotto

Italian-American Restaurant

Famous for its fine foods and drinks. Imported domestic wines and liquors. Eating and meeting place of celebrities.

224 W. 46 St. opp. Edison Hotel

"Only Authentic Grotto in Manhattan"


Mailed from New York, New York to Mrs AJ Boyle on September 6, 1958:


Dear Mother,

Have had a good weekend here in N.Y, My cold seems to have disappeared completely. Will see you next weekend.

Love, Ruth


Ross Photos

YorKolor Process


In front, there's a path, and then, all the Atlantic Ocean...


There are only 3 colors, 10 digits, and 7 notes; its what we do with them that's important.

- Ruth Ross


- Ruth Ross


Photo taken using Canon EOS Rebel G Film Camera | Kodak Ultima ISO 100

Arlene Kurland, and Ruth Ross, both playing Mah Jong for over 50 years, looks at the exhibit at the JMM.

Jewish Museum of MD's Mah Jong exhibit

March 2014

Photo David Stuck

Paper marbling workshop taught by Betsy Rasmussen (Ruth Ross Designs) for the Milwaukee ATC group


The Jazz Gallery, Milwaukee WI

June 29, 2013

Change of scene for us four. The best night out I've had in ages. Check Ruth, Ross and Darren pulling some extremely funky shapes.

Identifier: ui1986univ

Title: U and I

Year: 1921 (1920s)

Authors: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University High School

Subjects: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University High School School yearbooks

Publisher: Urbana, Ill. : University of Illinois High School

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


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Text Appearing Before Image:

Ruth Ross taught the subf reshman to study right. Lisa Boyum also taught study skills. John Turner kept the school clean, withhis usual flamboyance. l*IJfe( 1 ^^B * i W ■ Wj0 F Kpjj j! ^^H **^^d^B 1 J| \ * ^_ MBkL.


Text Appearing After Image:

Ken Hill did bizarre experiments on the subs in study skills. 64 Peter Kimble taught a variety of computer scienceclasses, particularly to the Freshmen.


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Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

All well that ends well for Tomme the Goatherd (Victoria Corlass) and the Water Nymph Princess (Sarah Nalty), with Scarlett Storr, Philippa Hobbs, Carina Tyrrell, Jackie Grandchamp (kneeling left to right), and Liz Williams, Lara Srivastava, Edwina Jarrell, Ruth Ross and Sue Lake (standing back, left to right).

Diane Johnson Seman,Lillian Stage Truesdale,Ruth Ross Hough,Sharon Lane Tefft,Pat Tefft Richards, Mary Ellen Tshorn Wensel, Linda Greenman Mazza,

Richard Ashford in Ruth Ross's Cooper at VSCC Cadwell Park, June 2009

Betty Eades Kimmy,Diana Johnson Seman, Lillian Stage Truesdale,Ruth Ross Hough,Sharon Lane Tefft

Painting of two seagulls sitting on pylons on an old wharf. Acrylic on canvas. For Sale $140.00 (71x36cm)

Having a little fun with a famous quote that I love.


Quote by Ruth Ross

Kay Rhodes Newton,Ruth Ross Hough, Linda Greenman Mazza,Diana Johnson Seman

Painting of Rocky Point boatramp on a calm day. Sold

D: Gary Clarke

N: Ruth Ross

Liz (Ruth Ross) and Tracy (Victoria Corlass) contemplate life under the watchful eyes of Claudio Vera, Celine Peiretti, Karen Rochat and Sabina Foeth.

Pretty tropical red hibiscus, acrylic on canvas. Sold

Mary Tshorn Wensel,Ruth Ross Hough,Kathie Culver, Sally Rohman Carey,Diana Johnson Seman

In addition to Escher, other artists have created hyperbolic patterns during the past few decades. Some, including Escher, used “classical” straightedge and compass constructions (described in [Go1]). One such artist is Ruth Ross, who created patterns using different kinds of sea shells.


Other artists used computer methods, such as those used to generate the patterns of this essay [Du1]. Helaman Ferguson realized the {7,3} tessellation in the stone base for his sculpture Eight fold Way. He has also created a leather quilt and a printed pattern Big Red 5 using the {5,4} tessellation. For more on Ferguson's work, see his web site [Fe1]. Irene Rousseau has also used the {5,4} tessellation to create a precise mosaic pattern. Jan Abas used the {6,4} tessellation in his Islamic star pattern, Hyperbolic Mural [Ab1]. Craig Kaplan has written a general program that generates Islamic star patterns in each of the classical geometries [Ka1]. Tony Bomford used a mixture of classical and computer methods in creating several hooked rugs based on the {5,4} and {6,4} tessellations.

(L-->R) Winston Hooker Sr. and Ruth Ross listen to the discussion at the N&O Community Panel.

Painting using medium of a coconut with a tangled root base done in shades of grey. Acrylic on canvas $115.00.Sold

Typical australian cuppa in the bush.Acrylic on canvas.

For Sale 180.00(77x51cm)

Cooper T9 at Wiscombe Park, driven by Miss Ruth Ross

Casting a net at Wonga Beach (painted from photo by Ruth Ross), 90cm x 90cm


Flera gaster...Chris, Ruth, Ross, Oliver och Lisa

Painting taken from a photo at Newell Beach showing the river mouth and sand flats on a low tide. For Sale $175.00 (91x45cm)Acrylic on canvas.

Dick Kennedy,Marge Klenz Lewis,Sookie Seene Million, Russ Shaffter, Jim Wassink,Betty Boyd Gadd, Betty Eades Kimmy,Lillian Stage Truesdale,Ruth Ross Hough,Sharon Lane Tefft, Pat Tefft Richards, Mary Tshorn Wensel


Mike (Phil Tuffs) and Liz (Ruth Ross) are greeted by Tracy (Victoria Corlass) and Mother Lord (Liz Williams).

given to Bishop Burton by Rev. Ruth Ross, Stugeon Lake, First Nation

Ed Dawson, Linda Greenman Mazza, Ruth Ross Hough, Jerry Baur

Ruth Ross Hough, Bev Lee, Marion Tillack, Warner Tillack Marge Klenz Lewis

Ruth, Betsy, Ken, Sr. with Ruth Ross Hardeman on her 100th Birthday, Dec. 30, 2008

My Grandpa Michael & his siblings near Kettle Falls, WA. (1921)


Back row, L-R: Jon, Reeda, Russell, Ruth, Ross (Grandpa).


Front row, L-R: Minnie, Jay, Ethel, Fred, Ina.


Not pictured are Mary (who had died), and Orin (who wasn't born yet).

Betty Eades Kimmy & Ruth Ross Hough

Brant Jones & Ruth Ross Hough