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Pat Sullivan (American football)

Patrick Joseph Sullivan was an American football player and coach. He won the Heisman Trophy in 1971. He then played six seasons in the National Football League with the Atlanta Falcons and Washington Redskins. Sullivan was a head football coach ...

                                               

Donna Summer

Donna Adrian Gaines, known by her stage name Donna Summer, was an American singer-songwriter. She was an African American Christian who was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. She became famous during the disco era in the 1970s and became a ...

                                               

Charles Sumner

Charles Sumner was an American politician, and lawyer. He was senator from Massachusetts from April 24, 1851 until his death.

                                               

Al Suomi

Albert William Suomi was an American retired professional ice hockey player. He played as a left winger. He played a total of five games in the National Hockey League with the Chicago Black Hawks during the 1936-37 season. He played his final sea ...

                                               

Doug Supernaw

Douglas Anderson Supernaw was an American country music singer-songwriter and guitarist. He signed with BNA Records in 1993. Supernaw was born in Bryan, Texas. Supernaw released four studio albums: Red and Rio Grande 1993, Deep Thoughts from a Sh ...

                                               

Deborah Sussman

Deborah Elaine Sussman was an American artist and designer. She was a discoverer in the field of environmental graphic design. Her work put graphic design into architectural and public spaces. She worked on many projects, most notably the archite ...

                                               

Bob Suter

Robert Allen Suter was an American ice hockey player. He was a former ice hockey defenseman. He was a member of the Miracle on Ice 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team won the gold medal. He was the brother of former National Hockey League NHL player Ga ...

                                               

Bert Sutherland

William Robert Sutherland was an American computer scientist. He served as manager of three notable research laboratories: Sun Microsystems Laboratories, the Systems Science Laboratory at Xerox PARC and the Computer Science Division of Bolt Beran ...

                                               

Walter Sutton

Walter Stanborough Sutton was an American biologist and surgeon. Sutton was born in Utica, New York and raised in Russell, Kansas. He got Bachelors and Masters degres from the University of Kansas. Sutton then went to Columbia University and got ...

                                               

Aaron Swartz

Aaron H. Swartz was an American computer programmer, writer, political organizer, and Internet activist who helped organize the RSS. 10 from the RSS. He was arrested in January 6, 2011 and charged with illegally downloading files from JSTOR.

                                               

Bruce Swedien

Bruce Swedien was an American audio engineer and music producer. He was known for his work with Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones.

                                               

John Sweeney (labor leader)

John Joseph Sweeney was an American labor leader. He was president of the AFL-CIO from 1995 to 2009. He was born in New York City. Sweeney died on February 1, 2021 at the age of 86.

                                               

Darrell K. Sweet

Darrell K. Sweet was an American artist. He mostly painted landscapes and pictures for stories. He was well known for painting the cover art for science fiction and fantasy novels. Sweet was nominated for a Hugo Award in 1983. Sweet was born in H ...

                                               

Al Swift

Allan Byron Swift, an American Emmy award–winning broadcaster and politician. He served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1979 to 1995. He represented the Second Congressional District of Washington as a Democrat. Swi ...

                                               

George Bell Swift

George Bell Swift served as mayor of Chicago, Illinois for the Republican Party. He was selected to replace the assassinated Carter Harrison, Sr. as Mayor pro tem in 1893 and lost his re-election bid. He was re-elected when he ran in 1895. Swift ...

                                               

Richard Swift (singer-songwriter)

Richard Swift was an American singer-songwriter, musician and producer. He was the founder, owner, and recording engineer of National Freedom, a recording studio located in Oregon. He worked as producer for such acts as The Shins, Damien Jurado, ...

                                               

Jack Swigert

John Leonard "Jack" Swigert, Jr. was an American test pilot, mechanical engineer, aerospace engineer, United States Air Force pilot, and NASA astronaut, one of the 24 persons who have flown to the Moon. After leaving NASA, he was elected to Congr ...

                                               

Pat Swindall

Patrick Lynn Swindall was an American politician, attorney, and businessman. He served as a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Georgias 4th congressional district from 1985 to 1989. Swindall lied to a federal grand jury a ...

                                               

Sylvain Sylvain

Sylvain Mizrahi, better known as Sylvain Sylvain, was an American rock musician. He is most notable for being a member of the New York Dolls. He was a guitarist and pianist for the group. He was a member from 1971 to 1976. He has since had a solo ...

                                               

Stuart Symington

William Stuart Symington, Jr. was an American businessman and politician. He was a member of the Democratic Party. Symington was born in Amherst, Massachusetts. He studied at Yale University. Symington was the first United States Secretary of the ...

                                               

Herbert Tabor

Herbert Tabor was an American biochemist and physician-scientist. His works focused in polyamines and their role in human health and disease. Tabor was a principal investigator at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseas ...

                                               

Mark Takai

Kyle Mark Takai was an American politician. He was a member of the Democratic Party. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives from Hawaiis 1st district from January 3, 2015 until his death. He was also a member of the Hawaii House of Repres ...

                                               

Paul Talalay

Paul Talalay was a German-born American pharmacologist. He was born in Germany. Talalay was the John Jacob Abel Distinguished Service Professor of Pharmacology and Director of the Laboratory for Molecular Sciences at Johns Hopkins School of Medic ...

                                               

Danny Talbott

Joseph Daniel Talbott was an American football, baseball, and basketball player. He quarterbacked two seasons of football at UNC-Chapel Hill. He was named the ACC Player of the Year in 1966. He was drafted 17th overall by the San Francisco 49ers ...

                                               

Roger Taney

Roger Brooke Taney was a Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. He came after John Marshall and despite the many influential things done by his predecessor, still was able to write several major opinions. His decision in Dred Scott to ...

                                               

John Tanton

John H. Tanton was an American ophthalmologist, white nationalist and anti-immigration activist. He was born in Detroit, Michigan. Tanton was the founder and first chairman of the Federation for American Immigration Reform FAIR, an anti-immigrati ...

                                               

Cecil Taylor

Cecil Percival Taylor was an American pianist and poet. Taylor was known as having been one of the pioneers of free jazz. His music is characterized as energetic, physical approach, producing complex improvised sounds. His piano technique has bee ...

                                               

Eric Taylor (musician)

Eric Taylor was an American folk singer-songwriter and guitarist. Taylor was born in Atlanta, Georgia. Taylors nine solo releases, his songs have been recorded by Nanci Griffith, Lyle Lovett, Peter Cooper and many others. In 2009, Lovett released ...

                                               

Hoyt Patrick Taylor Jr.

Hoyt Patrick "Pat" Taylor Jr. was an American politician and attorney. He served as Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives and as the 26th Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina. He was born in Wadesboro, North Carolina. He served ...

                                               

Jim Taylor

James Charles Taylor was an American football fullback and businessman. He was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He played professionally in the National Football League for ten seasons, with the Green Bay Packers from 1958 to 1966 and with the exp ...

                                               

Linda Taylor

Linda Taylor was an American criminal. She committed welfare fraud and, after an article in the Chicago Tribune in fall 1974, became known as the "welfare queen". Her activities were used by Ronald Reagan, from his 1976 presidential campaign onwa ...

                                               

Recy Taylor

On September 3, 1944, she was kidnapped while leaving church and gang-raped by six white men. Even though the men admitted the rape to authorities, two grand juries subsequently declined to indict the men, meaning no charges were ever brought aga ...

                                               

Richard Taylor (general)

Richard Taylor was an American plantation owner, politician and Confederate general in the American Civil War. He was born in 1826 in Kentucky. His father was Zachary Taylor, who was a U.S. general and later a U.S. president. Richard Taylor gradu ...

                                               

Robert Taylor (computer scientist)

Robert William Taylor, known as Bob Taylor, was an American Internet pioneer. He led teams that made major contributions to the personal computer, and other related technologies.

                                               

Theodore Taylor

Theodore Taylor was an American author and singer. He wrote more than 50 books, but is mostly known for his Edgar Award-winning book The Weirdo and The Cay. Taylor was born on June 23, 1921 in Statesville, North Carolina. He was never married and ...

                                               

Clark Terry

Clark Terry was an American swing and bebop trumpeter, a pioneer of the flugelhorn in jazz, educator, and NEA Jazz Masters inductee. He played with Charlie Barnet 1947, Count Basie 1948–1951, Duke Ellington 1951–1959 and Quincy Jones 1960. Terrys ...

                                               

Larry Tesler

Lawrence Gordon Tesler was an American computer scientist. He worked in the field of human–computer interaction. He had worked at Xerox PARC, Apple, Amazon and Yahoo!. While at PARC, Teslers work included Smalltalk, the first dynamic object-orien ...

                                               

Charles P. Thacker

Charles Patrick "Chuck" Thacker was a American pioneer computer designer. He worked on the Xerox Alto, which is the first computer that used a mouse-driven Graphical User Interface. He was known for being the co-inventor of the ethernet. Thacker ...

                                               

Irving Thalberg

Irving Grant Thalberg was an American movie producer. He is known for producing many blockbusters during the silent movie era. The Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award is named after him. He produced Grand Hotel, China Seas, Camille, Mutiny on the B ...

                                               

Jack Thayer

John Borland "Jack" Thayer III was an American writer and historian. He was a first-class passenger on the RMS Titanic. He helped many people to solve how the Titanic sank. He later wrote books about the sinking. Thayer was born on December 24, 1 ...

                                               

Greg Theakston

Greg Allen Theakston, also known as Earl P. Wooten, was an American comics artist and illustrator. He worked for many publishers. He founded his own publisher, Pure Imagination, in 1975. He was also known for creating "Theakstonizing" for comics ...

                                               

John Thierry

John Fitzgerald Thierry was a former professional American football defensive end player. He was born in Houston, Texas. He studied at Alcorn State University. From 1994 through 1998, Thierry played for the Chicago Bears. In 1999, he played for t ...

                                               

Thomas Ewing Jr.

Thomas Ewing Jr. was an attorney, the first chief justice of Kansas and leading free state advocate, Union Army general during the American Civil War, and two-term United States Congressman from Ohio, 1877–1881. He barely lost the 1880 campaign f ...

                                               

George Henry Thomas

George Henry Thomas was a general in the U.S. Army. He was one of the top Union army generals in the Western Theater of the American Civil War. Thomas was born in Virginia in 1816. He graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1840. He ...

                                               

E. Donnall Thomas

Edward Donnall "Don" Thomas was a American physician. Thomas won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1990 with Joseph E. Murray for his help in the development of cell and organ transplantation.

                                               

Frank Thomas (animator)

Franklin "Frank" Thomas was an American movie animator. He was one of Disneys Nine Old Men. He worked on many Disney movies until he retired in 1978. Later on, he wrote the animation book The Illusion of Life with good friend and fellow animator ...

                                               

Helen Thomas

Helen Thomas was an American author and news service reporter. She was a member of the White House press corps and opinion columnist. Thomas was the first female White House press correspondent. Thomas was the only female print journalist to trav ...

                                               

Lyda Ann Thomas

Lyda Ann Thomas was an American politician. She served as the mayor of Galveston, Texas from 2004 to 2010. She was first elected in 2004 to replace Roger "Bo" Quiroga. Thomas was the third female mayor of Galveston. She serve three terms as mayor ...

                                               

James R. Thompson

James Robert Thompson, Jr. was an American Republican politician. He was the 37th Governor of Illinois from 1977 through 1991. He was part of the 9/11 Commission. A structure in Chicago is named after him, the James R. Thompson Center. Thompson w ...

                                               

John Thompson (basketball)

John Robert Thompson Jr. was an American college basketball coach, player and sports commentator. He coached for the Georgetown Hoyas between 1972 to 1999. In 1984, he became the first African-American head coach to win a major collegiate champio ...