19026 is a Postal Code in Delaware County.
"19026" a.k.a. "Yellow Fog" is a horror novel by Les Daniels. It was first published in 1986 by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in an edition of 800 copies which were signed by the author and slipcased. The novel is part of the author's Don Sebastian series. An expanded edition was published by Tor Books in 1988.
- also known as "Yellow Fog (Vampire)", Niebla Amarilla
- language: English Language
- genres: Horror, Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1986-11
- 19026 a.k.a. Liquidambar, commonly called sweetgum, gum, redgum, satin-walnut, or American storax, is a genus of five species of flowering plants in the family Altingiaceae, though formerly often treated in the Hamamelidaceae. They are all large, deciduous trees, 25–40 metres tall, with palmately 3- to 7-lobed leaves arranged spirally on the stems and length of 12.5 to 20 centimetres, having a pleasant aroma when crushed. Mature bark is grayish and vertically grooved. The flowers are small, produced in a dense globular inflorescence 1–2 centimetres diameter, pendulous on a 3–7 centimetres stem. The fruit is a woody multiple capsule 2–4 centimetres in diameter, containing numerous seeds and covered in numerous prickly, woody armatures, possibly to attach to fur of animals. The woody biomass is classified as hardwood. In more northerly climates, sweetgum is among the last of trees to leaf out in the spring, and also among the last of trees to drop its leaves in the fall, turning multiple colors. Although a temperate species, at least one living Liquidambar tree survives in a hot and humid tropical city: Bangkok, Thailand.
- also known as 枫香树属
- 19026 a.k.a. Music Bingo is a TV program, begun on (56 years ago).