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Eloise Blaine Cram

Eloise Blaine Cram was in charge of the parasites of poultry section of the zoological division of the Bureau of Animal Industry at the United States Department of Agriculture.

                                               

Jacques Amans

Jacques Guillaume Lucien Amans was a French neoclassical portrait painter working in New Orleans in the 1840s and 1850s. Amans was born in Maastricht. Maastricht was a French city at the time. His father, Paul Serge Amans, was born in Narbonne in ...

                                               

Thomas Ryan

Thomas John Ryan, Jr. was a career American naval officer who rose to the rank of Rear Admiral. He received the Medal of Honor during peacetime.

                                               

Anne Hutchinson

Anne Hutchinson, was a religious dissenter in Puritan New England. Her parents are Francis Marbury and Bridget Dryden. Her father, being a clergy, homeschooled Anne Hutchinson. She got more education than most other girls at that time. She was th ...

                                               

Paul Revere

Paul Revere was an early United States Patriot and a leader of the American Revolution. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts and worked there as a silversmith. He was married twice and became the father of 16 children. Revere was a member of a gr ...

                                               

Patricia Kennedy Lawford

Patricia Helen "Pat" Kennedy Lawford was an American socialite and the sixth of nine children of Rose and Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. She was a sister of President John F. Kennedy, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, and longtime Senator Ted Kennedy. She was m ...

                                               

Rosemary Kennedy

Rose Marie "Rosemary" Kennedy was a member of the Kennedy family. She was the first sister of President John F. Kennedy, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, and longtime Senator Ted Kennedy. She was said to have substandard intelligence, with a mental age ...

                                               

Eunice Kennedy Shriver

Eunice Mary Kennedy Shriver, DSG was a member of the Kennedy family, sister of President John F. Kennedy and Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy.

                                               

William Hathaway

A Maine Democratic Party, in 1964 he was elected to the U.S. House, and he served from 1965 until 1973. This was a time of resurgence for Democrats in Maine, at that time a traditionally Maine Republican Party state. This same period saw the grow ...

                                               

William Lipscomb

William Nunn Lipscomb, Jr. was a Nobel Prize-winning American inorganic and organic chemist. He worked in nuclear magnetic resonance, theoretical chemistry, boron chemistry, and biochemistry. Lipscomb was born in Cleveland, Ohio. His family moved ...

                                               

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was an American teacher and poet. Some of his poems are "Paul Reveres Ride", The Song of Hiawatha, and Evangeline. He was also the first American to translate Dante Alighieris The Divine Comedy. He was one of the five F ...

                                               

Donald Regan

He was the 66th United States Secretary of the Treasury from 1981 to 1985 under the Ronald Reagan administration. He then served as Chief of Staff from 1985 to 1987 under Reagan as well. In 1987, Regan resigned due to personal angers against Firs ...

                                               

Robert Frost

Robert Lee Frost was an American poet. He is well known for his realistic writings of rural life and his use of American informal speech. His poems were often set in rural life in New England in the early twentieth century, and used these setting ...

                                               

Robert Goulet

Robert Gerard Goulet was an American singer, movie, television, stage, radio, and voice actor. He was known for his deep voice and for his roles in Beetlejuice, The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear, and in the broadway version of Camelot as Lancel ...

                                               

Thelma Todd

Thelma Alice Todd was an American actress and businesswoman. She was known as "The Ice Cream Blonde", also "Hot Toddy". Todd was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Todd was in 120 feature movies and shorts between 1926 and 1935. She is best remembe ...

                                               

Rosalind Elias

Rosalind Elias was an American mezzo-soprano. She was best known for creating the role of Erika in premiere of Samuel Barbers Vanessa in 1958 and Charmian in Antony and Cleopatra by the same composer. Elias was born in Lowell, Massachusetts. Elia ...

                                               

Tammy Grimes

Tammy Lee Grimes was an American actress and singer. She starred in and won a Tony Award for a 1960 play called The Unsinkable Molly Brown. She also starred in her own television show The Tammy Grimes Show in 1966.

                                               

Neil Hamilton (actor)

James Neil Hamilton was an American actor. He is known for his role as Commissioner Gordon in Batman. During the 1920s he was a minor leading man to major stars. Hamilton was born on September 9, 1899 in Lynn, Massachusetts. He was married to Els ...

                                               

Jack Albertson

Jack Albertson also known as Jackie Alberts was an American television, movie, stage, radio, and voice actor, singer, vaudeville, dancer, musician, and comedian.

                                               

Lewis Stone

Lewis Shepard Stone was an American actor. He was known for his role as Judge James Hardy in fifteen movies of the Andy Hardy movie series. The first movie was Youre Only Young Once. Stone was born on November 15, 1879 in Worcester, Massachusetts ...

                                               

Gardner Dozois

Gardner Raymond Dozois was an American science fiction writer and editor. He was editor of Asimovs Science Fiction magazine from 1984 to 2004. He won several Hugo and Nebula awards. He won as an editor and as a writer of short fiction.

                                               

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Nathaniel Hawthorne was an American writer. He was born on July 4, 1804 in Salem, Massachusetts. His first novel Fanshawe was published anonymously in 1828. Some short stories were published in 1837 as Twice-Told Tales. He married Sophia Peabody ...

                                               

William H. Prescott

William Hickling Prescott was an American historian who was interested in Spain and the Spanish Empire. He is known as one of the first great American historians. Prescott was made almost blind after a boy threw a piece of bread at his eye when h ...

                                               

Al Ruscio

Alfred Ruscio was an American actor who appeared in many television series and movies. He was known for his roles in Showgirls, The Godfather Part III, MacGyver, The A-Team, and in Seinfeld. Ruscio was born on June 2, 1924 in Salem, Massachusetts ...

                                               

June Foray

June Foray was an American television, stage, radio, movie, and voice actress. She was mostly known for making the voice of Rocky the Flying Squirrel and Granny in all of the Looney Tunes shows or movies. Foray has also made the voice of Cindy Lo ...

                                               

Don LaFontaine

Donald LaFontaine was an American voice actor. He had a deep voice. He recorded many movie trailers and television advertisements. He used the well known phrase "in a world.", which has been used in movie trailers many times.

                                               

Melvin Calvin

Melvin Ellis Calvin was an American chemist. He discovered the Calvin cycle. He was awarded the 1961 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for this work. Calvin spent most of his five-decade career at the University of California, Berkeley. Using the carbon-1 ...

                                               

Gary Collins

Gary Ennis Collins was an American movie, television, radio, stage, voice actor, and television host. He is known for his roles in The Sixth Sense, Angel in my Pocket, The Wackiest Ship in the Army, Born Free, Hangar 18, and in The Home Show. He ...

                                               

Mary Ann Mobley

Mary Ann Mobley was an American television and movie actress. She appeared in the sitcoms Designing Women and Diffrent Strokes, and in other television programs. She was Miss America 1959. She was married to actor Gary Collins until his death in ...

                                               

Eudora Welty

Eudora Alice Welty was an award-winning American author who wrote short stories and novels about the American South. Her book, The Optimists Daughter, won the Pulitzer Prize in 1973 and Welty was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, among n ...

                                               

Willie Dixon

William James "Willie" Dixon was an American blues musician, singer, songwriter and bass player. He was one of the founders of Chicago blues. He wrote a lot of songs which are still standards of Chicago blues. The songs are from the 1950s when Di ...

                                               

Ginger Rogers

Ginger Rogers was an American actress, dancer and singer. She was born in Independence, Missouri. During her long career, she made a total of 73 films, collaborating with Fred Astaire as a romantic lead actress and dancing partner in a series of ...

                                               

Dennis Weaver

William Billy Dennis Weaver was an American actor. He was best known for his work in television. His TV roles included Chester Goode on the long-running western series Gunsmoke, Marshal Sam McCloud on the NBC police drama McCloud. He was in the 1 ...

                                               

List of people from Kansas City, Missouri

This list is now maintained through the Category People from Kansas City, Missouri. To add to that list, add the tag in brackets "Category: People from Kansas City" to the page you wish listed. This is a list of people who were born or lived a si ...

                                               

Dorothea Warren OHara

Dorothea Warren OHara was an American ceramic artist who won the Lifetime Membership Prize from the National Arts Club and a gold medal at the Panama–Pacific International Exposition. She was president of the Keramic Society of Greater New York a ...

                                               

List of people from St. Joseph, Missouri

This is a list of notable people born in, residents of, or otherwise closely associated with the city of St. Joseph, Missouri. Bill Snyder, Kansas State football coach Jerry Brady Elijah Gates, State Treasurer of Missouri Fred Harman, artist, dre ...

                                               

Betty Garrett

Betty Garrett was an American singer, dancer, and actor of movies, theatre, and television. She was best known for her work in movie musicals in the 1940s and 1950s. Her acting career was affected when her husband, Larry Parks, was called to the ...

                                               

Jane Wyman

Jane Wyman was an American movie, stage, television actress, singer, and dancer. She appeared in many movies during her 61-year career. She is mostly known as for being Ronald Reagans first wife from 1940 until they divorced in 1949, before he ra ...

                                               

List of people from Springfield, Missouri

This is a list of notable people born in, residents of, or otherwise closely associated with the city of Springfield, Missouri and its surrounding metropolitan area.

                                               

Mariann Mayberry

Mariann Mayberry was an American actress. She was born in Springfield, Missouri, though she was raised in Chicago, Illinois. She spent most of her career in Chicago performing at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company. She was known for her stage roles ...

                                               

List of people from St. Louis

This is a list of famous residents of St. Louis or St. Louis County, Missouri. The dates in parentheses signify lifespan, not necessarily dates of actual residence in the city.

                                               

Jane Hadley Barkley

Elizabeth Jane Rucker Hadley Barkley was Second Lady of the United States. She was the second wife of Vice President Alben W. Barkley.

                                               

Evel Knievel

Evel Knievel, born Robert Craig Knievel, was an American daredevil and entertainer. Knievel is known for trying to do more than 75 ramp-to-ramp motorcycle jumps between 1965 and 1980, and in 1974, a failed jump across Snake River Canyon in Idaho ...

                                               

Walter Breuning

Walter Breuning was an American supercentenarian and former railroader, and at the time of his death the oldest living man in the world after the death of British World War I-veteran Henry Allingham on July 18, 2009, and the oldest living man in ...

                                               

Myrna Loy

Myrna Loy was an American movie, television and stage actress. She was known for her roles in The Thin Man, The Best Years of Our Lives, After the Thin Man, Libeled Lady, and in Manhattan Melodrama. Loy devoted herself to acting after a few minor ...

                                               

Peg Lynch

Margaret Frances" Peg” Lynch, was an Americans television writer and actor. She was the creator of the radio and television sitcom Ethel and Albert.

                                               

Malcolm X

El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz also known as Malcolm X was an African American nationalist and civil rights activist. Before he became Malcolm X, his original name was Malcolm Stuart Little. Malcolm Xs father was a Baptist minister whose skin was very ...

                                               

Albert Coady Wedemeyer

General Albert Coady Wedemeyer was an American army officer during World War II. Wedemeyer was born in Omaha, Nebraska on 9 July 1897. He studied at the United States Military Academy in West Point and graduated in 1919. After the start of World ...

                                               

Sandra Dee

Alexandra Zuck, later known as Sandra Dee, was an American actress. She began with modeling and later progressed into movies. Dee received a Golden Globe Award in 1959. During the early 1960s her movies were popular, but in the late 1960s her act ...

                                               

Herman Kahn

Herman Kahn was one of the preeminent futurists of the second half of the twentieth century. His theories helped to develop the nuclear strategy of the United States.