... Also, does anyone know whether or not Jeb is a Bonesman like his father and brother? I can't find any info on that.
Edit: Nevermind, he wasn't a Yale student.
WASHINGTON, DC, USA: President -elect George W. Bush (bottom right) as he appears in a photo from his 1964 yearbook from the Phillips Academy in Andover, MassachusettsAndover is a S&B prep school.... CT - New Haven - Yale University: Nathan Hale statue
This statue of Nathan Hale, sculpted 1908-12 by Bela Lyon Pratt, was cast in 1912 and stands in front of Connecticut Hall where he resided while at Yale. Copies of this sculpture stand at the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts; the Nathan Hale Homestead; the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.; Tribune Tower in Chicago; and at the headquarters of the CIA in Langley, Virginia.
...A statue of Nathan Hale standz on the campus of Yale. You'll also find a copy of the statue in front of the CIAs headquarterz in Langley, Virginia and another in front of Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, where Bonesman and ex-president George Bush attended prep school.Nathan Hale, along with 3 other Yale graduates, was a member of the Culper Ring, one of America's first intelligence operations (aka spy agencies), established by the alleged first U.S. president, George Washington.
The Cuplper Ring proved successful throughout the revolutionary war, except for Nathan, whose cover was blown and was hanged in 1776. One must note that Yale University was here approximately 60 yearz before there was a United States, implying the secret societies out of Yale, including George Washington (who was a mason), were not working in favor of the U.S., because there was no U.S.! In fact, most, if not all citizenz of the "new world" were criminalz sent here to spy for England and Germany.http://ctamirisa.com/2011/01/02/skull-bones-for-what/
...The roster of Skull & Bones, the Yale University secret society, reads like the roster of the Phillips Academy at Andover in Massachusetts. The dots are not difficult to connect: at one time Andover was the feeder secondary school to Yale. Both institutions being the alma maters of extraordinarily accomplished white men in the history of the United States as if by coincidence
. A purported core value of Skull & Bones and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) read like each other: “We put Country first and Agency before self.” Americans can only wonder since when is a government bureaucracy before oneself, as if the founding core value of the United States has been turned on its head by Agency (or “Bones and Bonesman”) allegiance.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeb_Bush
...Jeb Bush was also enrolled at Phillips Academy Andover, a private boarding school in Massachusetts
, already attended by his brother, George. Bush made the honor roll in his first semester.
http://www.yaleclubdc.org/Welcome to the Yale Club of Washington!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phillips_Academy
"Hitler's New World Order" 1941 President Roosevelt speech
...the luxurious sixteen-story co-op at 1 Beekman, built in 1930 by a syndicate headed by David M. Milton, the son-in-law of John D. Rockefeller Jr.
Milton's wife, Abby, was called by The New York Times 'the wealthiest young woman in America.'...
Early tenants at 1 Beekman included the diplomat David K. E. Bruce, William J. Donovan - who founded the Office of Strategic Services, the forerunner of the CIA - the Miltons, and John D. Rockefeller III."
Beekman Place is a small street located on the east side of Manhattan, New York City.
The British made their headquarters in the mansion for a time during the Revolutionary War and Nathan Hale was tried as a spy in the mansion's greenhouse and hanged in a nearby orchard. George Washington visited the house many times during his presidency.
One Beekman Place the 1929 co-op, designed by Sloan & Robertson and Corbett, Harrison & MacMurray, is "the most prestigious Beekman Place apartment building," according to Carter Horsley. It was built by a group headed by David Milton, husband of Abby Rockefeller and son-in-law of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Early tenants here included "Wild Bill" Donovan of the OSS and John D. Rockefeller III and A&P Heir Huntington Hartford. Happy Rockefeller lived at One Beekman Place. It has a lavish tiled pool on the ground floor for the tenants and a basketball court and small ping pong table.
“I only regret that I have but one life to give my country.”
Nathan Hale was born in Connecticut and attended Yale before becoming a schoolteacher...
He volunteered for an intelligence-gathering mission in New York City but was captured by the British.
According to a NY Historical Society plaque on the West side of Third Avenue between 65th and 66th Streets, Nathan Hale, the American Revolutionary war hero, was hanged by the British, “probably within a hundred yards of here.”
One plaque is hidden away on Vanderbilt Avenue next to Grand Central. It is located on the façade of the Yale Club building, which of course, is apropos since Nathan was an alumni.
The other plaque is located on a building now that now houses a Banana Republic on 3rd Avenue and 65th Street.
The Yale Club of New York City, commonly called the Yale Club
Just steps from Grand Central Station, The Yale Club of New York City was designed in 1915 by James Gamble Rogers, architect of Yale’s Sterling Memorial Library as well as the Harkness Quad and Tower ...impressive 22-story neoclassical clubhouse and 11,000 members,
The Yale Club of New York City is unquestionably the largest private club in the world. However, the minute you arrive at 50 Vanderbilt, and enter the first-floor lobby, you’ll be struck by the warm, welcoming intimacy of the place:
friendly faces and fresh-cut flowers everywhere, and comfortable spaces where you can re-energize, relax, and meet
friends er ... spies.
fyi... In Marathon man Roy Scheider plays a Yale/CIA guy and he gets together with his bro Dustin Hoffman at the Yale Club in NYC:
Phillips Academy is the oldest incorporated academy in the United States, established in 1778 by Samuel Phillips, Jr.. Phillips's uncle founded Phillips Exeter Academy three years later, starting a rivalry that has continued through the centuries. Phillips Academy's endowment stood around $787 million in January 2008, the fourth-highest of any American secondary school. Andover is subject to the control of a board of trustees, headed by Oscar Tang, a New York financier and philanthropist. In July 2012, Tang will retire and Peter Currie '74, business executive and former Netscape Chief Financial Officer, will take over as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. On November 14, 2011, John G. Palfrey Jr., Henry N. Ess III Professor of Law and Vice Dean for Library and Information Resources at Harvard Law School, was named the 15th Head of School.http://www.pa59ers.com/library/Domingue/pa04.html
Robert A. Domingue
Phillips Academy, Andover Massachusetts
THE SECRET SOCIETIESThe Andover Secret Societies were part of a movement among college undergraduates, initiated one to two generations earlier, as a protest against the monotony of student life. They were modeled after the Yale Senior Societies rather than the Greek-letter fraternities.
They did fill a definite undergraduate need at the time of their existence --- that of providing institutions for the social life of the student. Later growth patterns within the school activity structure obviated their need but by that time they were firmly entrenched and not easily supplanted. In the 1870's the Academy's attitude toward these societies was hostile and in 1877 Principal Bancroft wrote to the Trustees "Secret societies so-called have caused us some anxiety but the Faculty have taken a positive stand forbidding them and it is hoped to quite crush them out next year." The students were forced to sign a pledge that they would not join any Secret Society; these apparently were not effective. The early societies had to meet under clandestine conditions --- changing the meeting day and time frequently, holding meetings after midnight and other such ruses --- to avoid faculty detection.
George H. W. Bush plays baseball at Phillips Academy, Andover, MA, ca.1942http://www.squidoo.com/quintessential-old-hollywood?utm_source=google&utm_medium=imgres&utm_campaign=framebusterHumphrey Bogart - 1899 - 1957
Born in Christmas Day in 1899 in New York City, Humphrey DeForest Bogart had a fairly charmed start. Having a successful surgeon father and noted magazine illustrator mother, his education was well laid before him. He attended Trinity School in NYC then Phillips Academy of Andover, Mass. in preparation for medical studies at Yale. After being expelled from Phillips, he enlisted in the US Naval Reserve. "The only point in making money is, you can tell some big shot where to go." - Humphrey Bogarthttp://www.andover.edu/About/Newsroom/Pages/NoLongerJustForFuturePresidents.aspx
On the face of it, this is no easy task. Phillips Academy— founded two years after the Declaration of Independence in 1778—is a favourite of the two dominant political clans of the late 20th century. George W. Bush, the president, attended the school, as did his father, George Bush Senior. Another pupil was John F. Kennedy's son—the late John Kennedy Junior
Hollywood stars were also educated at Phillips Academy, including Humphrey Bogart, who was kicked out for smoking
, as well as Jack Lemmon. So, too, were business leaders, such as Victor Kiam, the proprietor of Remington, the shaving group. And it is not just American "royalty" that has passed through its 19th century classical buildings in Massachusetts. Prince Rahim, the son of the present Aga Khan, who is spiritual leader to the world's 15 million Shia Ismaili Muslims, also attended. http://www.nnp.org/nni/Publications/Dutch-American/bogart.html
BOGART, HUMPHREY DEFOREST [HUMPHREY] [1899-1957]Bogart was from solid Dutch American background. His ancestral grandparents were firmly rooted in seventeenth century New Amsterdam and New Netherland dating back ten generations. Humphrey Bogart never completed his pre-med education at Phillips Academy because of failing grades
. In 1918 he enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Following his naval discharge in the early twenties, a family friend who was a theatrical producer, hired him as an office assistant. Bogart worked himself up to the position of stage manager, and began getting small roles in stage plays. Throughout the twenties he continued to do stage work and became a non-renowned stage actor. During the thirties Bogart was in his first feature film entitled, "The Devil with Woman". The film was a forgettable failure.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humphrey_Bogart
he went to the prestigious preparatory school Phillips Academy, in Andover, Massachusetts, where he was admitted based on family connections. They hoped he would go on to Yale, but in 1918, Bogart was expelled. The details of his expulsion are disputed:
one story claims that he was expelled for throwing the headmaster (alternatively, a groundskeeper) into Rabbit Pond, a man-made lake on campus
. Another cites smoking and drinking, combined with poor academic performance and possibly some inappropriate comments made to the staff
. It has also been said that he was actually withdrawn from the school by his father for failing to improve his academics, as opposed to expulsion