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Robert E. Sherwood (1896 - 1955)

Robert Emmet Sherwood (4 April 1896 – 4 November 1955) was an American playwright, editor, and screenwriter. Biography Born in New Rochelle, New York, he was a son of Arthur Murray She...

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Gretchen Munson (Thannhauser) (1924 - 2009)

Her obituary in the East Hampton Star is at the bottomofthe page here under Margaret Munson: An excerpt: "Margaret Thannhauser Munson, known as Gretchen, was a magna cum laude Radcliffe graduate, art...

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John Lithgow MP

Los Angeles, CA, USA

John Arthur Lithgow, born October 19, 1945, is an American actor, musician, and author. Lithgow has been involved with a wide range of media projects, including stage, television, film, and radio. He a...

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Philippe de Montebello (1936 - d.)

Philippe de Montebello (born May 16, 1936 in Paris) served from 1977 to 2008 as the director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. On his retirement, he was both the longest-serving director...

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Richard Purdy Wilbur MP

Richard Purdy Wilbur (born March 1, 1921) is an American poet and literary translator. He was appointed the second Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress in 1987, and twice rec...

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Erick Hawkins MP (1909 - 1994)

Frederick Hawkins known as Erick Hawkins (April 23, 1909 – November 23, 1994) was a leading American modern-dance choreographer and dancer. Born in Trinidad, Colorado on April 23 1909, he ...

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Thomas Gardiner Corcoran (1900 - 1981)

Thomas Gardiner Corcoran (1900–1981) was one of several Irish American advisors in President Franklin D. Roosevelt's brain trust during the New Deal, and later, a close friend and advisor ...

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John Nicholas Brown II (1900 - 1979)

John Nicholas Brown II (February 21, 1900 - October 10, 1979) was the United States Assistant Secretary of the Navy (AIR) from 1946 to 1949. He was a member of the Brown family that had been active i...

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Robert Motherwell (1915 - 1991)

Robert Motherwell (January 24, 1915 – July 16, 1991) American painter, printmaker and editor. He was one of the youngest of the New York School (a phrase he coined), which also included Jackso...

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Joseph M. Tanner (1859 - 1927)

Joseph Marion ("Jay") Tanner (March 26, 1859 – August 19, 1927) was an American educator and a leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He has been described as ...

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Peter Bulkeley Greenough (1917 - 2006)

Peter B. Greenough (February 6, 1917 – September 6, 2006) was an American journalist and editor. He was the husband of opera singer Beverly Sills. Greenough was born in Brookline, Massachu...

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Ian L. McHarg (1920 - 2001)

Ian L. McHarg ( November 20, 1920 - March 5, 2001 ) was born in Clydebank, Scotland and became a landscape architect and a renowned writer on regional planning using natural systems. He was the found...

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George Francis Abbott (1887 - 1995)

George Francis Abbott (June 25, 1887 – January 31, 1995) was an American theater producer and director, playwright, screenwriter, and film director and producer whose career spanned more than ...

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Herbert Joseph "Joe" Spinden (1879 - 1967)

Historian of Ancient American art. Spinden was the grandson of Swiss immigrants. As a teenager he worked on railroad survey parties in the western United States and briefly followed the gold rush in ...

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John Bozman Kerr, US Congress (1809 - 1878)

John Bozman Kerr (March 5, 1809 – January 27, 1878) was a U.S. Congressman, representing the sixth district of the state of Maryland from 1849 until 1851. Kerr was born in Easton, Maryland...

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Alanson B. Houghton (1863 - 1941)

Alanson Bigelow Houghton (October 10, 1863– September 15, 1941) was an American businessman, politician, and diplomat who served as a Congressman and Ambassador. He was a member of the Republi...

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Elliott Cook Carter, Composer MP (1908 - 2012)

Elliott Cook Carter, Jr. (December 11, 1908 – November 5, 2012) was an American composer who was twice awarded the Pulitzer Prize. He studied with Nadia Boulanger in Paris in the 1930s, then r...

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Judge Hodijah Baylies (1756 - 1843)

The Grave Of Judge (Major then promoted by General Washington to Lt. Colonel) Hodijah Baylies remains a mystery. Many Baylies are interred at Prospect Hill Cemetery including his father. But no listing...

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Preston Davie MP (1881 - 1967)

Preston Davie (31 January 1881 – 21 May 1967) was an American lawyer and colonel during World War I. Davie won a Distinguished Service Medal for his efforts. Upon completing military service, ...

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Albert Francis Judd (1838 - 1900)

Albert Francis Judd (1838–1900) was a judge of the Kingdom of Hawaii who served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court through its transition into part of the United States. Life Judd was...

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Charles Evans Hughes, Jr., U.S. Solicitor General (1889 - 1950)

. Charles Evans Hughes, Jr. (November 30, 1889 – January 21, 1950) was the United States Solicitor General in 1929-1930. As a young man, Hughes was an honor graduate of Brown University wher...

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H. Stuart Hughes (1916 - 1999)

Henry Stuart Hughes (May 16, 1916 New York City – October 21, 1999 La Jolla, California) was an American historian, professor, and activist; he also advocated the application of psychoanalysis...

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James Bryant Conant (1893 - 1978)

James Bryant Conant (March 26, 1893 – February 11, 1978) was a chemist, educational administrator, and government official. As the President of Harvard University he reformed it as a research ...

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Bancroft Davis (1822 - 1907)

John Chandler Bancroft Davis (December 22, 1822 – December 27, 1907), commonly known as Bancroft Davis, was an American lawyer, judge, diplomat, and president of Newburgh and New York Railway ...

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Colonel Leavitt Hunt (USA) (1831 - 1907)

Col. Leavitt Hunt (1831–February 16, 1907) was a Harvard-educated attorney and photography pioneer who was one of the first people to photograph the Middle East. He and a companion, Nathan Fli...

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Percival Lowell MP (1855 - 1916)

Percival Lawrence Lowell (March 13, 1855–November 12, 1916) was a businessman, author, mathematician, and astronomer who fueled speculation that there were canals on Mars, founded the Lowell Obs...

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Abbott Lawrence Lowell (1856 - 1943)

Lowell graduated from Noble and Greenough School in 1873 and went on to attend Harvard College. He graduated in 1877 with highest honors in mathematics, and from Harvard Law School in 1880. He practice...

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Edmund Lincoln Baylies (1829 - 1869)

Edmund Lincoln, son of Edmund and Elizabeth (Payson) Baylies, was born at Boston, Massachusetts, May 18, 1829, died at Geneva, Switzerland, November 28, 1869. He was graduated from Harvard University...

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Edmund Lincoln Baylies, Jr. (1857 - 1934)

Edmund Lincoln, , son of Edmund Lincoln and Nathalie (Ray) Baylies, was born in New York City, December 2, 1857. He was graduated from Philip's Exeter Academy in 1875, and from Harvard University in 18...

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Edmund Lincoln Baylies (1787 - 1878)

Edmund, son of Judge Hodijah and Elizabeth (Lincoln) Baylies, was born at Hingham, Massachusetts, September 22, 1787, died at Taunton, Massachusetts, May 10, 1878. He was a merchant at Boston for a n...

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Dr. William Baylies MP (1743 - 1826)

BAYLIES, William, physician, born in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, 5 December 1743; died in Dighton, Massachusetts, 17 June 1826. He was graduated at Harvard in 1760, studied medicine, and settled in Dighto...

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Godfrey Lowell Cabot (1861 - 1962)

Godfrey Lowell Cabot (February 26, 1861 - November 2, 1962) was an American industrialist and philanthropist, who founded the Cabot Corporation. Early life Cabot born in Boston, Massachusetts...

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Thomas Dudley Cabot (1897 - 1975)

Thomas Dudley Cabot (May 1, 1897- June 8, 1995) was an American businessman and philanthropist. He also became U.S. Department of State's Director of Office of International Security Affairs. Ear...

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John Moors Cabot, U.S. Ambassador (1901 - 1981)

John Moors Cabot (December 11, 1901 – February 24, 1981) was an American diplomat and U.S. Ambassador to four nations during the Eisenhower and Kennedy administration. He also served as Assist...

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Jared Sparks (1789 - 1866)

Jared Sparks (May 10, 1789 – March 14, 1866) was an American historian, educator, and Unitarian minister. He served as President of Harvard University from 1849 to 1853. Biography Bo...

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Dudley Leavitt Pickman, Jr. (1850 - 1938)

Dudley Leavitt Pickman Jr. attended Noble and Greenough School, Harvard College, where he was president of the Hasty Pudding Club, and Harvard Law School, practiced law in Boston and lived in a 40-room...

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Joseph Hodges Choate, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom (1832 - 1917)

Joseph Hodges Choate (January 24, 1832 - May 14, 1917) was an American lawyer and diplomat. Life and career Choate was born in Salem, Massachusetts on January 24, 1832. He was the son of phys...

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Austin Tappan Wright (1883 - 1931)

Austin Tappan Wright (August 20, 1883 – September 18, 1931) was an American legal scholar and author, best remembered for his major work of Utopian fiction, Islandia. He was the son of classic...

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John Kirtland Wright (1891 - 1969)

John Kirtland Wright (1891–1969) was an American geographer, notable for his cartography, geosophy, and study of the history of geographical thought. He was the son of classical scholar John H...

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Oliver P. Bolton (1917 - 1972)

Oliver Payne Bolton (February 22, 1917 – December 13, 1972) was an American politician of the Republican party who served in the United States House of Representatives from 1953–1957 an...

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Chester Castle Bolton (1882 - 1939)

Chester Castle Bolton (September 5, 1882 – October 29, 1939) was a U.S. Representative from Ohio, husband of Frances P. Bolton and father of Oliver P. Bolton. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Bolt...

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William Woodward, Sr. (1876 - 1953)

William Woodward, Sr. Wikipedia William Woodward, Sr. (April 7, 1876 – September 25, 1953) was an American banker and major owner and breeder in thoroughbred horse racing. Background B...

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William "Billy" Woodward, Jr. (1920 - 1955)

. William "Billy" Woodward, Jr. (June 12, 1920–October 31, 1955) was the heir to the Hanover National Bank fortune (later Manufacturer's Hanover), the Belair Estate and stud farm and legacy,...

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Oswald Garrison Villard (1872 - 1949)

Oswald Garrison Villard (March 13, 1872 – October 1, 1949) was an American journalist. He provided a rare direct link between the anti-imperialism of the late 19th century and the conservative...

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Sumner Welles (1892 - 1961)

Benjamin Sumner Welles (October 14, 1892 - September 24, 1961) was an American government official and diplomat in the Foreign Service. He was a major foreign policy adviser to President Franklin D. ...

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Rev. Dudley Leavitt (1720 - 1762)

) Rev. Dudley Leavitt (1720–1762) was a Congregational minister born in New Hampshire, educated at Harvard College, who led a splinter group from the First Church in Salem, Massachusetts, duri...

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George Herbert Palmer (1842 - 1933)

George Herbert Palmer (March 9, 1842 – May 8, 1933) was an American scholar and author, born in Boston. He attended Phillips Academy, Andover, and in 1864 he graduated at Harvard, to which he ...

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Norbert Wiener MP (1894 - 1964)

American mathematician, the originator of cybernetics, a formalization of the notion of feedback, with many implications for engineering, systems control, computer science, biology, philosophy, and the...

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Brig General Gilman Marston (USA), U.S. Senator (1811 - 1890)

Gilman Marston (August 20, 1811 – July 3, 1890) was a United States Representative, Senator, and United States Army general from New Hampshire. Early life Marston was born in Orford, New H...

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Henry W. Keyes, Governor, U.S. Senator (1863 - 1938)

Henry Wilder Keyes (May 23, 1863 – June 19, 1938) was an American farmer, banker, and Republican politician from Haverhill, New Hampshire. Born in 1863 in Newbury, Vermont, he was raised in Ne...

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Rufus Choate, U.S. Senator (1799 - 1859)

Rufus Choate (October 1, 1799 – July 13, 1859), American lawyer and orator, was born in Ipswich, Massachusetts, a descendant of an English family which settled in Massachusetts in 1643. His fi...

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Edmund Ezra Day (1883 - 1951)

Edmund Ezra Day (December 7, 1883 – March 23, 1951) was an American educator. Day received his undergraduate and master's degrees from Dartmouth College and his doctorate in economics from...

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Albert S. Bickmore (1839 - 1914)

Albert Smith Bickmore (March 1, 1839 – August 12, 1914) was an American naturalist and one of the founders of the American Museum of Natural History. Childhood Bickmore was born in the...

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Pierrepont Burt Noyes (1870 - 1959)

Pierrepoint was the son of John Humphrey Noyes and Harriet Maria Worden. He was a product of their eugenic outlook. He brought up in the Oneida Community, New York State, where traditional family struc...

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Henry Paulson, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury MP

Henry Merritt "Hank" Paulson, Jr. (born March 28, 1946) is an American banker who served as the 74th United States Secretary of the Treasury. He previously served as the Chairman and Chief Executive ...

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Dr. James Madison DeWolf, Acting Assistant Surgeon (7th U.S. Cavalry) (1843 - 1876)

Dr. James Madison DeWolf (January 14, 1843 – June 25, 1876) was an acting assistant surgeon in the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment who was killed in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Born in ...

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Dr. Benjamin Loring (1744 - 1798)

Dr. Benjamin Loring, twin brother to Joshua Loring, Jr., was born in 1740 , graduated at Harvard College in 1772. During the American Revoluntion, he was a surgeon in a regiment in the King's service...

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Josiah Smith (1704 - 1781)

) Josiah Smith (1704 – October 1781) was a clergyman in colonial South Carolina who championed the causes of the evangelical style of the Great Awakening and later American independence. S...

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Sir John Wentworth, 1st Baronet (1737 - 1820)

) ; findagrave... ; Sir John Wentworth (August 9, 1737 – April 8, 1820) was the British colonial governor of New Hampshire at the time of the American Revolution. A graduate of Harvard College...

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Brig. General Cornelius W. Wickersham (1885 - 1968)

Cornelius Wendell Wickersham (June 25, 1885– January 31, 1968) was a United States army officer, a lawyer and an awarded author of philatelic literature. Lawyer Cornelius Wendell Wicke...

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Lindley M. Garrison, U.S. Secretary of War (1864 - 1932)

Lindley Miller Garrison (November 28, 1864 – October 19, 1932) was a New Jersey lawyer who served as Secretary of War under U.S. President Woodrow Wilson between 1913 and 1916. Biography ...

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Lloyd Stowell Shapley, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2012 MP

Lloyd Stowell Shapley (born June 2, 1923) is a distinguished American mathematician and economist. He is a Professor Emeritus at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), affiliated with department...

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Maj. General Joseph K. Barnes (USA), 12th Surgeon General of the U.S. Army (1817 - 1883)

Joseph K. Barnes, M.D. (July 21, 1817 – April 5, 1883) was an American physician, a Major General in the Union Army, and the 12th Surgeon General of the United States Army (1864–82). ...

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Nicholas Fish, II (1846 - 1902)

Nicholas Fish (1846–1902) was the grandson of American Revolutionary War soldier Nicholas Fish and son of the Secretary of State Hamilton Fish. He was born in New York City and educated at Colum...

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Colonel Arthur Hale Woods, New York City Police Commissioner (1870 - 1942)

Colonel Arthur Hale Woods (January 29, 1870 – May 12, 1942) was an American educator, journalist, military and law enforcement officer. One of the most prominent police reformers during the ea...

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Theodore F. Green, Governor, U.S. Senator (1867 - 1966)

Theodore Francis Green (October 2, 1867 – May 19, 1966) was an American politician from the U.S. state of Rhode Island. A Democrat, Green served as the 57th Governor of Rhode Island (1933 ...

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Samuel G. Arnold, U.S. Senator (1821 - 1880)

Samuel Greene Arnold, Jr. (April 12, 1821 – February 14, 1880) was a United States Senator from Rhode Island. Born in Providence, Rhode Island, he recei...

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Joshua Toulmin (1740 - 1815)

Joshua Toulmin (11 May [O.S. 30 April] 1740 – 23 July 1815) of Taunton, England was a noted theologian and a serial Dissenting minister of Presbyterian (1761–1764), Baptist (1765–...

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Hamilton S. Fish, III, US Congress (1888 - 1991)

Hamilton Fish III (born Hamilton Stuyvesant Fish and also known as Hamilton Fish, Jr.; December 7, 1888 – January 18, 1991) was a soldier and politician from New York State. Born into a family...

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Hamilton Fish, IV, US Congress (1926 - 1996)

Hamilton Fish, Jr. (or Hamilton Fish IV) (June 3, 1926 – July 23, 1996) was a Republican politician best known as a member of the U.S. Congressional Delegation from New York. Fish was the so...

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Alexander Duncan Langmeier (1910 - 1993)

Alexander Duncan Langmuir (12 September 1910 – 22 November 1993) was an American epidemiologist. He is renowned for creating the Epidemic Intelligence Service. Biography Alexander D. L...

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Cleveland Abbe, Jr. MP (1872 - 1934)

. Cleveland Abbe, Jr. (March 25, 1872 – April 19, 1934) was an American geographer, son of Cleveland Abbe. He was born in Washington, D.C., and graduated from Harvard University in 1894. He to...

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Philip Kearny, Sr. (1780 - c.1836)

Philip Kearny, Sr was a Harvard-educated, New York City financier who owned his own brokerage firm and was also a founder of the New York Stock Exchange.

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Rev. Samuel Auchmuty (1722 - 1777)

Samuel Auchmuty (January 16, 1722 Boston - March 6, 1777 New York City), was a clergyman. He graduated from Harvard in 1742, studied theology in England, and was appointed assistant minister of Trinity...

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Herbert Claiborne Pell Jr (1884 - 1961)

. Herbert Claiborne Pell, Jr. (February 16, 1884 – July 17, 1961) was a United States Representative from New York, U.S. Minister to Portugal, U.S. Minister to Hungary, and an instigator and m...

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Robert Winthrop Kean (1893 - 1980)

Robert Winthrop Kean (September 28, 1893; Elberon, New Jersey – September 21, 1980; Livingston, New Jersey) was a Republican politician who represented New Jersey in the U.S. House of Represen...

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Daniel T. Jewett, U.S. Senator (1807 - 1906)

Daniel Tarbox Jewett (September 14, 1807 – October 7, 1906) was a United States Senator from Missouri in 1870 and 1871. Born in Pittston, Maine, he completed preparatory studies, attended Colb...

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Frederick Hale, U.S. Senator (1874 - 1963)

Frederick Hale (October 7, 1874 – September 28, 1963) was a politician from the U.S. state of Maine, representing the state in the United States Senate from 1917 to 1941. He was the son of Eug...

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Hugh Gregg, Governor (1917 - 2003)

Hugh Gregg (November 22, 1917 – September 24, 2003) was governor of the U.S. state of New Hampshire from 1953 to 1955, and was the youngest person ever elected to that office. He is the father...

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August Belmont, II (1853 - 1924)

August Belmont, Jr. (February 18, 1853 – December 10, 1924) was an American financier, the builder of New York's Belmont Park racetrack, and a major owner/breeder of Thoroughbred racehorses. ...

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Hon. Perry Belmont (1851 - 1947)

Perry Belmont (December 28, 1851 – May 25, 1947) was an American politician and diplomat. Biography He was born in New York City, the son of August Belmont. His brothers were Oliver Hazard Per...

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Harold Stirling Vanderbilt (1884 - 1970)

Harold Stirling Vanderbilt, july 6, 1884, july 4, 1970, "Mike", nicknamed "professor", of Newport RI, was born at Oakdale New York. Vanderbilt graduated from Harvard Law School in 1910, then entered ...

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Barry Commoner (1917 - 2012)

Barry Commoner (May 28, 1917 – September 30, 2012) was an American biologist, college professor, and politician. He ran for president of the United States in the 1980 U.S. presidential electio...

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Dr. John Collins Warren (1778 - 1856)

Performed the famous operation in the Massachusetts General Hopsital in 1846, using ether as an anasthetic for the first time in a public demonstration . Cofounder of Massachusetts General Hospital. ...

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Dr. John Warren MP (1753 - 1815)

) One of three doctors that founded Harvard Medical School. He entered Harvard when he was 14 years old, and was a patriot of the American cause. Altough he had wanted to serve as a regular soldier...

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George Gray, U.S. Senator (1840 - 1925)

) George Gray (May 4, 1840 - August 7, 1925) was an American lawyer, judge, and politician from New Castle, in New Castle County, Delaware. He was a member of the Democratic Party, who served as Atto...

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Frank Pace, U.S. Secretary of the Army (1912 - 1988)

Frank Pace, Jr. (July 5, 1912 - January 8, 1988) was the 3rd United States Secretary of the Army and a business executive. Biography Pace was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, and attended The H...

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Edward Lawrence Katzenbach (1834 - 1934)

Edward Lawrence Katzenbach (October 2, 1878 – December 18, 1934) was the Attorney General of New Jersey from 1924 to 1929. He was the brother of New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Frank S. Katze...

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Ralph Barton Perry (1876 - 1957)

Ralph Barton Perry (July 3, 1876 in Poultney, Vermont – January 22, 1957 in Boston, Massachusetts) was an American philosopher. Career He was educated at Princeton (B.A., 1896) and at ...

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Leonard Louis Eliezer Bernstein, [Louis Borenstein] MP (1918 - 1990)

Candide Overture: Leonard Bernstein conducting , Symphonic Dances - Part 1 (from West Side Story) , Symphonic Dances - Part 2 (from West Side Story) , Leonard Bernstein Leonard Bernstein (pronounce...

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Elliot Forbes (1917 - 2006)

Elliot Forbes (August 20, 1917, Cambridge, Massachusetts – January 9, 2006, in Cambridge), known as "El", was an American conductor and musicologist noted for his Beethoven scholarship. Li...

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Samuel Adams Holyoke (1762 - 1820)

Samuel Holyoke, American composer and teacher of vocal and instrumental music, was the son of Rev. Elizur Holyoke and Hannah Peabody. He was born on 15 October 1762 in Boxford, Massachusetts, in Esse...

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Jacob Kimball, Jr. (1761 - 1826)

Jacob Kimball, Jr. born on February 15, 1761 and died in Topsfield, Massachusetts July 24, 1826 was one of the first American composers. He played fife and drum in the American Revolutionary War and ...

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Francis Parkman (1823 - 1893)

Francis Parkman (September 16, 1823 – November 8, 1893) was an American historian, best known as author of The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life and his monumental seve...

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Mary Parker Follett (1868 - 1933)

Mary Parker Follett (3 September 1868 – 18 December 1933) was an American social worker, management consultant and pioneer in the fields of organizational theory and organizational behavior. S...

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John K. Fairbank (1907 - 1991)

John King Fairbank (Chinese: 費正清; pinyin: Fèi Zhèngqīng; 24 May 1907 – 14 September 1991), was a prominent American academic and historian of China. ...

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Donald Herbert Davidson (1917 - 2003)

) Donald Herbert Davidson (March 6, 1917 – August 30, 2003) was an American philosopher born in Springfield, Massachusetts, who served as Slusser Professor of Philosophy at the University of C...

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Schuyler V. Cammann (1912 - 1991)

Van Rensselaer Cammann (February 2, 1912 in New York City – September 9, 1991 in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire) was an anthropologist best known for work in Asia. Early life Schuyler gradu...

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Bernard Berenson (1865 - 1959)

Bernard Berenson (June 26, 1865 – October 6, 1959) was an American art historian specializing in the Renaissance. He was a major figure in pioneering art attribution and therefore establishing t...

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Eugene C. Barker (1874 - 1956)

Eugene Campbell Barker (November 10, 1874 – October 22, 1956) was a distinguished professor of Texas history at the University of Texas at Austin. He was the first living person to have a UT c...

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