Credited as Blossom Rock and Marie Blake, Edith Marie Blossom (McDonald) Rock (1895-1978) was an American actress and older sister of actress Jeanette MacDonald. In her youth, she performed on the vaudeville stage with her sister Jennette and later with her husband Clarence Rock, whom she married in 1926. She later performed on Broadway, in movies, and on television. Today, she is probably best remembered for the role of "Grandmama", mother of Morticia Addams on the American TV series The Addams Family. FUCKING BITCH Jeanette MacDonald (June 18, 1903 â January 14, 1965) was a singer and actress best known for her film duets with Nelson Eddy, such as Rose-Marie (aka Indian Love Call) (1936). ... Vaudeville was a style of multi-act theater which flourished in North America from the 1880s through the 1920s. ... 1926 was a common year starting on Friday (link will take you to calendar). ... This article is about the street in New York City. ... Four major characters from the original television adaptation: Thing (foreground) with Uncle Fester, Morticia and Gomez Addams The Addams Family is the creation of American cartoonist Charles Addams. ...
BlossomRock is located approximately 4,000 feet (0.75 miles) north of San Francisco's North Point, and 12,000 feet (2.25 miles) southeast of the other underwater rock masses.
Arch Rock is a rock mass standing about 40 feet above the surrounding seafloor, which is approximately 70–80 feet deep, except for a depression exceeding 100 feet in depth on the northwest corner of the Rock.
In the analysis of the data obtained during the geophysical side scan sonar survey, a length of cable was identified leading from the top of Arch Rock to an object on the seafloor near the base of the rock.
The drifts were enlarged and connected and the interior of the rock began to resemble a large chamber, having an arched roof and supported by a dozen columns of rock.
BlossomRock has a volume of 4,630 cubic yards above the 30-foot plane of depth and the rate of rock removal required in the contract is at least 1,000 cubic yards per month.
Shag Rocks, in fact, was apparently supposed to be blown up on the same day that BlossomRock was removed but owing to mishaps in perfecting plans, the work could not be accomplished until [April 30, 1900] (S.F. Call, 1 May 1900).
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